Knights of Columbus
Knights of Columbus Council 7904
Charity, Unity, Fraternity, Patriotism
Knights are Practicing Catholic men, in union with the Holy See, which means they live up to the Commandments of God, and the precepts of the Church, 18 years and older, who are committed to making their community better, while supporting their parish and the Catholic Church.
Being a Knight is more than camaraderie. It means getting involved and serving, while enhancing your own faith and enhancing your family life. Our Council Knights sponsor social events, support Pro-Life activities and youth activities, serve as ushers and ministers, serve on parish committees and the parish council. In full regalia, Knights serve as Honor Guard to the Bishop at major parish functions.
You are invited to learn more about the Knights of Columbus and to learn how you too may become a Knight. For more information about the Knights of Columbus and our Council #7904, please visit the Knights of Columbus Council #7904 website.
The Knights of Columbus are proud to announce that we have embarked on a new program for the Parish.
We now have a medical equipment loan program. If you, or anyone you know, needs a wheelchair, crutches, canes, walkers, or any other medical type equipment, please contact Marcus Ray at 480-734-8103. Through Marcus, the Knights will be able to lend you whatever it is you need, if we have it. We will also be happy to accept all donations of medical equipment. Please contact Marcus or Tim Smith at 619-727-8083 for further information.
Fr. William J. Mitchell Assembly 3817
The Fourth Degree is the highest and most prestigious degree within the Knights of Columbus. It is a group of outstanding Sir Knights who are dedicated to the service of their Church, their Country and their Order.
There is more to being a Fourth Degree member of the Knights of Columbus than a uniform. They are the men who have chosen to embrace the Order’s fourth principle of patriotism, the men who lead the efforts to reach out to veterans and active military and to embody the fact that one can be a faithful Catholic and also be a faithful citizen.
For more information about our Assembly, please visit the Knights of Columbus Assembly 3817
or visit our Facebook page: Facebook.com/assembly3817
Leave No Neighbor Behind
Please remember our neighbors who are in need. One way to help is to donate food/clothing to St Vincent de Paul’s Holy Cross Conference. St Vincent de Paul volunteers distribute the donations to needy people in our community. Please see the Holy Cross web site for more details.
Join the Knights
Become a Holy Cross Council 7904 Knight!
Online Knights of Columbus Membership:
Designed to introduce men to our Order in a way that will help them to grow as a Catholic man and a Knight. Go to: kofc.org/un/newjoin/