Knights of Columbus
3rd Thursday of the month
7:00 PM – Knights Meeting Room
Any changes will be noted in the bulletin.
The four founding principles that guide The Knights of Columbus are Fraternity, Unity, Charity, and Patriotism.
In 1881, then Father Michael J. McGivney founded a fraternal society of men, known as the Knights of Columbus, in a large part to provide assistance to the widows and children left behind when the family bread winner died-often prematurely. Members of the Knights know that together in unity we can accomplish far more than any of us could individually. We support our church and one another as we work to improve life in our parish and community. Through our unity we accomplish much for our most important principle, which is Charity.
Our Catholic faith teaches to “Love thy neighbor as thy self”. The Knights of Columbus Council #6508 show this love by providing material and support to our local food pantry, Camp Gray, Special Olympics, Badger state games and the Pregnancy Help Line, in addition to numerous other local needs in the community.
The members of the Knights of Columbus are Catholic and patriotic citizens who are proud of their devotion to GOD and to country, and believe in standing up for both.
If you are a Catholic gentleman, a parishioner in good standing of St. Joseph Catholic Church, Edgerton, Wisconsin, and wish to learn more about becoming a Knight of Columbus with Council #6508, write us at Knights of Columbus, Council #6508, P.O. Box 343, Edgerton WI 53534