VOLUME 40 • NUMBER 48 • November 30, 2022


“Without my faith, I would be nothing. It has allowed me to be grateful for my life,” affirms Grand Knight Tom Peterson of St. Juan Diego Council 12175 in Seattle. Continuing to serve his community despite the challenges of having Lou Gehrig’s disease, Peterson gives a powerful witness to the dignity and intrinsic value of every human life. Supreme Knight Patrick Kelly has urged all Knights in the United States to likewise offer pro-life witness by participating in the 2023 March for Life in Washington, D.C.

Supreme Knight Urges Participation in March for Life

Supreme Knight Patrick Kelly invites Knights of Columbus and their families to join him at the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., on Friday, Jan. 20, 2023 — not only to celebrate the reversal of Roe v. Wade, but also to send a clear pro-life message to lawmakers and resist efforts to codify legal abortion in federal law. The supreme knight also encourages Knights across the United States to support and participate in pro-life events at the state level: “Every Knight has a part to play, and every council should get involved.”


Grand Knight With ALS Encourages and Inspires

Knights of Columbus in Poland held the country’s first Coats for Kids event Oct. 1, during Supreme Chaplain Archbishop William Lori’s recent visit there. With winter quickly approaching, many Ukrainian refugee children need new coats, which Archbishop Lori helped to distribute at a home for children outside Częstochowa.


No Greater Love Debuts in Canada

Mother Teresa: No Greater Love, the Knights of Columbus-produced documentary about the inspiring life of St. Teresa of Calcutta, made its nationwide debut in Canada Nov. 2-3. Missionaries of Charity in Winnipeg, Manitoba, joined local Knights at a screening with some of the people they serve. For more information about streaming or purchasing the film, visit | WATCH HERE

Washington, D.C. State Treasurer Nicholas S.C. Shields and other volunteers help distribute coats to kids at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church in Washington, D.C. on Black Friday, Nov. 26.

Coats for Kids Across the US and Canada

As temperatures drop, Knights take action! The goal of the
Knights of Columbus Coats for Kids program is to ensure that no child goes without a coat during the winter season. Over the holiday weekend in the United States, multiple Knights of Columbus councils held events to distribute new winter coats for kids in need. Look for extended coverage in next week’s Knightline.

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