Napoleon Knights of Columbus

Council 1344

Serving Henry County




Together, we’re empowering Catholic men to live their faith at home, in their parish, at work and in their community.


Aside from the numerous personal rewards that come from being a Knight,
here is a list of the many tangible rewards for you and your family.


Twelve free issues annually of the world's largest Catholic family magazine―Catholic family evangelization at its best!

Rosary Program

A free Knights of Columbus rosary is given to new and readmitted members.

Daily Mass Remembrance

Mass offered daily for deceased members, deceased spouses of members, and deceased Columbian Squires at St. Mary's Church, New Haven, Conn.

Matthews and Swift Educational Trust Fund

Provides tuition-only scholarships to Catholic colleges up to $25,000 per year for children of members in good standing who, while serving in the military forces of their country in a combat zone, specifically designated as such by the Board of Directors, are killed by hostile action or wounded by hostile action resulting within two years thereof in permanent and total disability, and for children of members in good standing who are full-time law enforcement officers or full-time firefighters who, while in the lawful performance of their duties, are killed in the line of duty as a result of criminal violence directed at them. Applications must be filed within two y ears of the member's death or (for servicemen) disability.

Fourth Degree

Eligibility of Third Degree members to join the Patriotic Degree.

Annuity Program

Enables member and spouse to provide for retirement and build an estate through tax-deferred savings.

Long-Term Care Insurance

Enables members and their spouses to safeguard their assets and afford the care and assistance needed later in life.

Honorary Life Membership

at Age 70 After 25 years of continuous service, member merits this distinction and no longer need pay dues.

Disability Income Insurance

Enables members and their spouses to protect their most important asset, their ability to earn a living.

Catholic Information Service

Opportunity for member and family to avail themselves of a variety of literature on Catholic faith and spirituality.

Member/Spouse Fraternal Benefit

Accidental death coverage for member and spouse at no cost. (Details on reverse side.)

Membership Card

Entitles participation in all Catholic, fraternal, and social activities in member's council and also in over 15,000 councils throughout the world.

Orphan Benefit

$80 monthly allotment for orphans of eligible families; up to $7,000 in college scholarships available.

Family Fraternal Benefit

For eligible families: a) Pays $1,500 for the child who dies before the age of 61 days,- b) Pays $750 for the child who is stillborn at least 20 weeks after conception; c) Offers guaranteed-issue insurance up to $5,000 to any child under age 18.

Family Activities - Eligibility for recognition in Orderwide

"Family of the Month/Year" program and participation in a wide variety of local family events, such as family Communion breakfasts.

Widow Benefits

a) Continues to be covered under the Member/Spouse Fraternal Benefit; b) May purchase insurance, annuities, or Long-Term Care up to one year after insured member's death; c) Receives a free lifetime subscription to Columbia; d) Eligible with her children for scholarships, etc.

Athletic Programs

Participate in annual council, state, and international golf, bowling, and Softball tournaments,- many councils sponsor teams in a variety of sports.


Six different college scholarship programs for members and their families; two different graduate fellowship programs; and scholarship programs for seminarians.

Youth Programs Opportunities

for your children to participate in a variety of youth-oriented programs such as the Columbian Squires, a leadership training program for young men under council sponsorship.

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