Programming Faith

The mission of Faith Activities is to promote and foster stronger ties between local councils and parishes. If the Knights of Columbus is to continue to be a strong right arm of the Church, our councils need to be active, visible and totally integrated into the life of every parish.

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  • » RSVP & Vocations Support

    Vocations to the Priesthood and religious life are nurtured in the individual’s home life. Organize programs that encourage individual to discern their own vocation and to answer the call to religious life. The RSVP Program has been established for a way that councils can assist those that enter the seminary or religious – providing financial and moral support.

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  • »Stations of the Cross & Benediction

    On Palm Sunday, Knights and their families gather at the Shrine of Saint Margaret in Bridgeport for the Stations of the Cross and Benediction. Councils are encouraged to promote attendance at this event.

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  • »Marian Icon Prayer Program

    Continuing a decades-long tradition the Knights of Columbus will be launching the 2018-2019 Icon Payer Program on Nov 1st. The Icon for this year is dedicated to Our Lady Help of Persecuted Christians. The Icon will be traveling through the Districts ending Feb. 2021. Councils are encouraged to conduct this program in their parishes during the 2 month period it is in their District. If there are any questions contact PSD F. Joseph Murphy, Marian Icon Chairman.


  • » Living Rosary

    Annually Knights gather at Lourdes of Litchfield (October) and at Ender’s Island (May) to recite the rosary of a group for various intentions, as well as personal intentions for those present. Councils are encouraged to promote attendance at these events.

  • » Vocation Poster Contest

    The Vocation Poster Contest encourages young people to design their own message to promote vocations to the priesthood and religious life for men and women. This context is open to religious education and Catholic school students from 1st Grade thru 8th Grade. Competition is broken down into four categories based on age.