WATERBURY, Conn. (WTNH)–The Knights of Columbus has retired its tradition regalia after almost 80 years of usage. Members of the Knights of Columbus’ Color Corps gathered Sunday in front of the Father McGivney statue at Grand and Meadow Streets in Waterbury. Father McGivney is the founding father of the Knights of Columbus. The members started […]
The head of the Army’s Chaplain Corps came to the Elm City to recognize the work done by the Knights of Columbus in World War I, just days away from the 100th anniversary of the war’s end.
Friday, November 29th is the annual Knights of Columbus Black Friday Coats for Kids distribution event.
Knights of Columbus is helping St. Vincent De Paul of Waterbury restock their pantry with their annual fod drive.
While people across the country spent the morning Black Friday shopping, kids in need across Connecticut picked out new coats.
The heat didn’t stop people from opening up their hearts and closets on Saturday.
The leader of the world’s largest Roman Catholic fraternal group is condemning clergy sex abuse and calling for reforms in the church, including a renewed commitment to celibacy by priests.
The Knights of Columbus is planning to close their New Haven printing plant.
Instead of shopping on Black Friday, Knights of Columbus members were focused on giving, helping kids stay warm. They handed out brand new winter coats to children in need as part of their “Coats for Kids” giveaway.
The 3rd Annual Spaghetti Fest will benefit Coats for Kids on Saturday, June 15th.