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KNIGHTLINE

VOLUME 39 • NUMBER 37 • September 15, 2021

WEEKLY NEWS FOR KNIGHTS AROUND THE WORLD



During the 111th Annual Meeting of the Supreme Assembly, held in New Haven, Conn., Sept. 10-12, leaders of the Fourth Degree gathered for a Memorial Mass for the 20th anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001. Additionally, a new video produced by the Knights of Columbus recalls the heroic work of first responders and priests on that tragic day and K of C field agents’ efforts to bring financial assistance to grieving families.



111th Supreme Assembly Meeting

Highlights of the meeting included an address from Supreme Knight Patrick Kelly, the presentation of membership awards, a business session, and a Memorial Mass for the 20th anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001. At the Mass, Supreme Master Dennis J. Stoddard read the names of the Knights killed in the 9/11 attacks and in the War on Terror. To view photos of the Memorial Mass, visit our . news hub


Service and Sacrifice: Remembering 9/11

The horrors of the 9/11 attacks shook the United States to its core. These tragic events inspired Americans, including members of the Knights of Columbus, to work together as never before. This short film produced by the Order, Service and Sacrifice: Remembering 9/11, commemorates the heroic work of first responders and priests and the K of C field agents’ efforts to bring financial assistance to grieving families. WATCH FILM


Knights To The Heights

Servant of God Nicholas Black Elk was a traditional healer and a Catholic convert who served decades as a catechist among the Lakota people. South Dakota Knights recently made a pilgrimage to Black Elk’s grave and the summit of Black Elk Peak to pray for his canonization and intercession. WATCH VIDEO | READ MORE



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