July 1 will mark the end of a 79-year era when the Knights change the ceremonial Color Corps regalia long associated with the fraternal Catholic order.
QAS Ko C Projects and activities include: blood drives, Tootsie Roll Drive, fish fries, 3rd grade basketball tournament, youth essay contest, drug awareness poster contest, free throw contest, Road Rally, prayer services, White House Retreat, soccer challenge, Roses for Life, the Religious Information Bureau, the Christmas outdoor nativity, and book drives.
We celebrate the 5th Sunday of the month by attending Mass together and providing the Extraordinary and Hospitality ministers.
The new look debuted at the 135th Supreme Convention in St. The vote came after three years of testing and discussion within the membership.
Board members believe it will open the doors to a new generation of Knights.
The Knights are also trustees for the Catholic High School Endowment Fund which provides scholarships to eighth grade students who will be attending Catholic high schools.
Benefactors include Any gentleman over 18 years of age and in good standing with the Church are welcome to join.
It was a major point raised in a roundtable in March at the Archdiocese of Toronto chancery when the Knights gathered a group of men to discuss their impressions of the organization.
Several men noted the cape and chapeau as drawbacks.
Finalists and scholarship winners are honored at a spring awards ceremony with Archbishop Robert Carlson.
Applications and guidelines will be are available after that date from your pastor's office, Catholic school principal, Parish School of Religion director, Catholic Home School association/co-op, or by contacting the RLA at [email protected] 314-792-7555 (leave a voicemail if not immediately available).