John Paul II Council 13935

St Patrick's Milford, PA | St Joseph's Matamoras, PA

Watch the Knights of Columbus134th Supreme Convention

This week, even if you’re unable to make it to the Knights of Columbus 134th Supreme Convention, you can still experience what makes these three days the highlight of the fraternal year.

August 2-4, 2016, from the comfort of your own home, look to kofc.org for daily reports on events as they unfold in Toronto. Featuring news briefs, photos and links to live streaming video, the K of C webpage is your premier source for inside coverage.

The Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN) and its radio affiliates, along with CatholicTV and Canada’s Salt + Light TV, will broadcast on Tuesday the Opening Mass (9:30 AM ET), Opening Session (1:00 PM ET) and States Dinner (7:00 PM ET) live from the Knights of Columbus Supreme Convention site. On Wednesday will also be the Votive Mass of Mercy (8:00 AM ET), and on Thursday, the Memorial Mass (8:00 AM ET).

August Knightline Posted

Knightline, the monthly resource for local K of C leaders, is designed to help grand knights and other officers plan council events and activities, meet quarterly goals for the fraternal year and read about Orderwide news.
 

This month’s issue — now available online — features:

  • Knights Help Transform Kraków Into a City of Mercy

  • World Day of Prayer for Peace
  • Honor Our Founder and Join the Guild
  • Social Media 101: What Great Content Looks Like

This issue also features a special supplement to recognize those councils who have received the Star Council, Columbian, Father McGivney and Founders’ awards.

Click here to learn about these and additional fraternal news and resources. An archive of past issues is also available.

 
134th Supreme Convention: Be on the Inside 

Look to kofc.org to experience what makes the Knights of Columbus Supreme Convention the highlight of the fraternal year. Featuring news briefs, photos, and links to both live and archived video, the webpage is your premiere source for inside coverage — both during and after the event — of this year’s 134th Supreme Convention.

Knights of Columbus Urges Prayers for Healing

Following a week of violence across the United States, the Knights of Columbus has called for a novena of prayer to heal the wounds and divisions afflicting this country. 
 
Knights, their families and all people of good will are encouraged to join in the novena (nine days of prayer) that will run from July 14-22 by praying St. Francis of Assisi’s Prayer for Peace:
 
Lord, make me an instrument of your peace,
Where there is hatred, let me sow love;
where there is injury, pardon;
where there is doubt, faith;
where there is despair, hope;
where there is darkness, light;
where there is sadness, joy;
 
O Divine Master, grant that I may not so much seek to be consoled as to console;
to be understood as to understand;
to be loved as to love.
 
For it is in giving that we receive;
it is in pardoning that we are pardoned;
and it is in dying that we are born to eternal life.
 
“The violent episodes of the past week have shocked the conscience of our country,” said Supreme Knight Carl Anderson. “Through this prayer, each of us has the opportunity to help transcend hatred and violence by personally committing to the concepts of love of neighbor, peace and forgiveness that are central to an authentic embrace of Christianity. It is our hope that, from coast to coast, those who pray this prayer will become true instruments of peace.”
 
Supreme Chaplain Archbishop William Lori of Baltimore also urged people to join this prayer campaign: “During this Year of Mercy, let us pray for an end to violence and senseless killings,” he said. “Through our prayers and good works, may we help build a society that is merciful, just and peaceful.” 

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Welcome to John Paul II Council #13935

Welcome to the new web site and online home of Knights of Columbus John Paul II council #13935 of Milford, Pa serving the parishes of St Patrick's and St Joseph's.

Please be patient as we do a little development on our site, and come back often for the latest news and happenings for our council.

Vivat Jesus

Communications Committee