Rest In Peace PSD Terry Simonton It is with great sadness that the Texas State Council Knights of Columbus announces the death of Former Supreme Director and PSD Terry Simonton. […]
Schedule For The 60th Annual Knights of Columbus Bob Stras Memorial HS Basketball Tournament Announced
Schedule For The 60th Annual Knights of Columbus Bob Stras Memorial HS Basketball Tournament Announced The Knights of Columbus of the Dallas Diocese are proud to present the 60th Annual […]
Attached is the report of the Wheelchair Mission Donations by Diocese and Council received as of September 30, 2023. Thank you and God bless you to the First Lady’s Initiative and the 60 Councils that have donated a total of $124,843 for 832 wheelchairs. At this time last fraternal year, 58 Councils and 1 Assembly had donated $78,848 for 525 wheelchairs.
Thank you Brother Bill for providing these latest Gifts of Mobility. Your highly successful ministry of providing wheelchairs to the needy is one of the greatest sources of satisfaction and pride for us Knights in the Dallas Diocese.
We are sad to report the passing on Wednesday, August 2, 2023 of Sir Knight William “Bill” Henry, who was a beloved member of Council 12300, Mother Teresa Assembly, and St. Anthony Parish of Wylie, at the age of 93.
The Knights of Columbus 141st Supreme Convention took place on August 1-3, 2023 in Orlando, Florida. Our Texas Delegation included all our Texas State Council …
Kolbe Prison Ministries will be holding its annual statewide conference on July 22, 2023 from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Frisco. The event will feature speakers including:
If I had to pick only one word to describe this past weekend, it would have to be OUTSTANDING!!!!! The hard work and efforts each of you and your teams did to make this Convention a success was evident in every aspect of the presentation.
This is the Report of Officers chosen for the term. Please submit a copy to the DDC so we can keep our website records up to date. Thank you.
Although temperatures reached into the triple digits, members of Council 830 in Denison turned out and supported the building of a Habitat for Humanity home on June 18.