What does it mean to be a Knight?
It means a life of faith in action, a life of boldness in brotherhood, a life worth living. Join two million Catholic men on a mission.
St Patrick’s Knights of Columbus made a donation of $475 to Birthright London on behalf of all Mothers of the Parish and wished all Mothers a Happy Mothers Day.
Thank you to all those who attended our breakfast on Sunday May 7 and for their generous goodwill donations , $350 was raised for our charities.
Knights of Columbus Bursary Opportunity.
The Knights of Columbus St Patrick’s Lucan Council 7754 is offering two $250 Bursaries for two students who will be entering post secondary school for the first time in the Fall of 2023. To apply, submit an essay with the following information:
-Your name, address and phone number
-The School you are presently attending
-The Post Secondary School and the program you have been accepted into.
-Your career aspirations
-Any involvement in your Parish and Community
-Any hobbies and volunteer opportunities you participate in
– Cap the essay off with why you would be a worthy recipient of a Bursary from the Knights of Columbus.
Deadline for applications is May 31, 2023
email applications to Kevin Crowley email@example.com
Send applications to : Knights of Columbus
St Patrick’s Council 7754
32922 Richmond Street North
Lucan , Ontario
St. Patrick Council meet on the second Monday of each month at 7 PM
IN SERVICE TO ONE, IN SERVICE TO ALLMotto for Knights of Columbus
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Opening Council Prayer
Christ Jesus — the Way, the Truth and the Life —
Teach us to live the charity, unity, fraternity and patriotism required of us as Knights of Columbus.
During this meeting, guide us in our discussions so that we may thoroughly understand the matters in hand, judge them with knowledge and wisdom, and decide upon solutions that will truly give glory to our Father in heaven.
Founded on the principles of charity, unity and fraternity, the Knights of Columbus was established in 1882 by Father Michael J. McGivney, assistant pastor of St. Mary’s Church in New Haven, Conn., and a group of parishioners. Their intent? To bring financial aid and assistance to the sick, disabled and needy members and their families.
Today, Father McGivney is being considered for sainthood.