Mother's Day has been celebrated as a national holiday in the United States on the second Sunday of May for over 100 years, but the traditions is much, much older, and is rooted in the Catholic faith. Mothering Sunday is also known as Laetare Sunday. It is St. Paul's words in the Mass of the day … Continue reading On Mothering Sunday
24 Hours is All It Takes
By becoming a Knight and giving just 24 hours a year, a man can be a better Catholic, father, and husband and make a difference in the Church and his community. Some men don’t think they have time to join Knights. Ask them if they have just 24 hours. In just that short time frame, … Continue reading 24 Hours is All It Takes
A Truly “Good Friday”….
"What's so good about a day your God sacrificed his only son?" As laymen maybe you've been asked this or a similar question about this Holy Day Of Celebration. This is a question I have been asked by people outside of the church / non-believers many times. To ask this question is to completely misunderstand … Continue reading A Truly “Good Friday”….
6th Annual Laps For Life- A Great Success
Orlando Florida, March 27 2019 Over 500 men, woman and children, and representatives from many of Central Florida's pro-life organizations gathered at the campus of Bishop Moore Catholic High School https://www.bishopmoore.org/ to infuse greater energy, resolve and money into the cause of protecting the unborn. To many of the event's organizers the day could not … Continue reading 6th Annual Laps For Life- A Great Success
Good Friday Liturgy
As we get closer to Easter, the Knights of Columbus are encouraging families in our parish communities to attend a Good Friday Mass at All Souls Catholic Church (Sanford), Nativity Catholic Church (Longwood), or a parish of your choice on April 19. Despite Good Friday’s central nature in the heart of Christianity, attendance at services … Continue reading Good Friday Liturgy
Knights on the Air
In 1941, the Knights’ Service Department provided councils with the cutting-edge technology to communicate with members and the public in marking of the Order’s founding. Today, Knights tweet, post, share and update. Through the 1930s and 1940s communicating could include soaps and dramas and radio was king. “Founding of the Knights of Columbus” was the … Continue reading Knights on the Air
On the Feast of Saint Joseph
ON THE FEAST OF SAINT JOSEPH By Pope Paul VI Church calls on Saint Joseph as Protector, Guide During the Holy Mass celebrated in St. Peter's on the feast of St. Joseph, the Holy Father gave the following homily: Dearest brethren, sons and daughters! Today's feast invites us to meditate about Saint Joseph, Our Lord … Continue reading On the Feast of Saint Joseph