A Request from the Supreme Council Archives

The Supreme Council is requesting our information from our members pertaining to the K of C Efforts during the first and second world war.

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June Council of the Month Announced

Brother Anthony Council #100014 is our June 2017 Council of the Month. Click below to learn more about Brother Anthony Council #100014 and why they were selected as Council of the Month!

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Charity Appeals Draw Winners Announced!

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Knights of Columbus Alberta Charitable Foundation

The Alberta Charitable Foundation is the Charity arm of the Knights of Columbus in Alberta.   Since its inception, the foundation has given over $2,400,000 to worthy causes.  The primary focus of our donations is Catholic Education, Children and Youth Charities, Women Needs and Seniors Charities.

Who We Are

The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic men’s fraternal benefit society that was formed to render financial aid to members and their families. Mutual aid and assistance are offered to sick, disabled and needy members and their families. Social and intellectual fellowship is promoted among members and their families through educational, charitable, religious, social welfare, war relief and public relief works.

Founded in 1882 by Father Michael J. McGivney in New Haven, Connecticut the order has grown to more than 15,000 local councils and more than 1.8 million members throughout Canada, United States, Mexico, the Philippines, the Bahamas, Virgin Islands, Guatemala, Guam, Sipan, Poland and recently Ukraine and Lithuania.

The first Knights of Columbus council in Alberta and Northwest Territories was formed in Edmonton on January 5, 1907 with 30 Charter members. Since then the Knights have grown to more than 175 councils and more than 18000. Included in these numbers are several French, Ukrainian and Filipino councils.

The Knights of Alberta and Northwest Territories have been active in many worthwhile projects and activities. They are involved in their parishes, communities, and youth programs, support of vocations, education and health systems. Their involvement in community life is a record of outstanding benevolent achievement.

Latest Alberta Knights of Columbus News

20170708 Installation & DD Meeting

The new 2017-18 Columbian year State Council Installation & DD Meeting was held on July 8, 2017 at Clarion Hotel & Conference Centre, Calgary. This is the 2nd time occasion happened during our Calgary Stampede; you might see, if lucky, through your window the...

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20170626 Calgary Chapter Presentations

The 2016-17 last Calgary Chapter Meeting was held on Monday, June 26, 2017 at St. Stephen's Parish. The following presentation was taken during the meeting: A.  Pennies for Heaven to Calgary Chapter President B.  Membership award to DDs 33 & 26 & 27 Also, the...

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New Knights of Columbus Training Micro-Site

The Knights of Columbus Supreme Council has launched a new training micro-site through open enrollment for District Deputies, Grand Knights, and Financial Secretaries. We encourage all leaders within the state, including state officers to link to the Open Enrollment...

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Knights of Columbus Insurance

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Since our founding in 1882, the primary mission of the Knights of Columbus has been to protect families from the financial ruin caused by the death of the breadwinner.

In the beginning, Venerable Father Michael J. McGivney and his fellow Knights “passed the hat” to benefit widows and orphans.

From that humble start, the Order has grown to include top-rated life insurance, long-term care insurance and retirement products.

With more than $80 billion of insurance in force and a full-time field force of more than 1,400 serving our members and their families, we are proudly fulfilling Fr. McGivney’s vision.

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