- Feb 16, 2020
The U.S. bishops and the Knights of Columbus offered their “prayerful solidarity” to the Assembly of the Catholic Patriarchs and Bishops of Lebanon as Iraq and Lebanon experience protests against political corruption and foreign interference.
For John Moore, each step is a prayer. And when you’re walking the 2,800 miles from San Francisco to Washington, that’s a lot of prayer.
The Lenten Fish Frys are more than meets the eye; they raise funds that transform and help communities across the globe.
For the past 34 years, the Knights council, has hosted Thanksgiving for folks in the community who might need a little help or a little company.
With the International Military Pilgrimage this week at Lourdes, the famed Marian shrine will be defined by prayer, music, young people and beer.
“We have seen incredible generosity from our members, and we invite others to join us in providing aid that is urgently needed,” said Knights of Columbus CEO Carl Anderson, in a statement released on Sept. 8. The Knights have been raising money for victims of Harvey and Irma.