Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus
Knights of the Fourth Degree, deem it an honor and privilege to
carry our TRIAD EMBLEM, which features The Dove, The Cross, and The
Globe. Our Honored Order cherishes as its Patron, Christopher
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The City of Rome celebrates the Knights of Columbus
|ROME, ITALY - June 9, 2010 - The Mayor of Rome, the Vatican Secretary of State, and the Supreme Knight all gathered at Rome's Capitoline Museum today for the opening of a special exhibit that tells the story of nearly a century of friendship between the Eternal City and the Knights of Columbus.|
more about the exhibit using these links:
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Catholic News Service story about Rome Exhibit
Catholic News Service TV report about Rome Exhibit (via media player on the Madison Catholic Herald website)
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Catholic TV & Radio Coverage
|EWTN television will broadcast convention proceedings via its cable and satellite affiliates throughout North and South America, Europe, Africa and the Pacific Rim of Asia. News Director Raymond Arroyo will be onsite Tuesday, Aug. 3, with live coverage of the opening Mass, the Supreme Knight's annual report, and the States Dinner, as well as interviews and updates on convention activities.|
|Canada's Salt & Light TV will cover the convention events live to its audience of over two million people in Canada alone, and tens of thousands of people the world over viewing the live streaming on the Salt and Light website www.saltandlighttv.org, providing English and French-language reports by Basilian Father Thomas Rosica and a team of correspondents. S&L will cover all three days of this year's Supreme Convention|
EWTN Radio will also broadcast live from the convention site and provide live audio of the opening Mass and business session. EWTN is carried on many independent Catholic radio stations around the United States, as well as via streaming audio on the Internet.
|Boston-based CatholicTV returns for its third year of broadcast coverage to its national audience. News anchor Kevin Nelson will provide live reports, activities and interviews from the convention site throughout the opening day's events. Catholic TV is now available on selected cable systems around the United States.|
|All three TV outlets will broadcast Men of Faith Who Made a Difference: The Knights of Columbus. This new hour-long documentary chronicles the history of its 127-year history and profiles several of its prominent members and charitable initiatives.|
|SirusXM Satellite Radio's Catholic Channel will once again broadcast live from the convention, carrying The Busted Halo Show with Paulist Father Dave Dwyer on Monday, Aug. 2 and Tuesday, August 3 from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. EDT. New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan of New York will also originate his weekly program, A Conversation with the Archbishop, from the convention site.|
(NEW HAVEN, CONN.) - In 1979, Pope John Paul II, drawing from the whole of the Catholic tradition, introduced to the Church and the rest of the world his "theology of the body," a rich presentation of the Church's teaching on the relationship between spirituality and the physical body.
In Called to Love: Approaching John Paul II's Theology of the Body (Doubleday Religion, on sale 4/14/09, $24.00), New York Times best-selling author Carl Anderson and Father Josť Granados build upon these teachings and further examine the tremendous gift they offer.
"Christianity is itself the fullness of love," says Anderson. He continues that the experience of love in all its different forms is worth understanding, enabling Catholics to rediscover the full treasure of this Christian tradition and integrate it into daily life.
Anderson and Granados teach that the human body beholds wonder and mystery that teaches people about love in its purest form, and that it speaks of God revealing His goodness. It also speaks of men and women and the innate human desire to love. The summary of these teachings gives a new understanding of the Christian way of love, how it directly intersects with faith and how to embrace both faith and love fully in life.
Carl Anderson is supreme knight of the Knights of Columbus and vice president of the Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C.
Father Josť Granados is Assistant Professor of Patrology and
Systematic Theology at the Pontifical John Paul II Institute for
Studies on Marriage and Family at the Catholic University of
America in Washington, D.C.
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Pope receives Supreme Knight and Supreme Chaplain at the Vatican
Pope Benedict XVI received Supreme
Knight Carl Anderson and Supreme Chaplain Bishop William
Lori in a private audience at the Vatican on Thursday,
December 6, 2007.
On behalf of the 1.7 million members of the Knights of Columbus, Supreme Knight Anderson presented His Holiness with a gift of $1.6 million, representing this year’s earnings from the Order’s Vicarius Christi Fund, which was established in 1981.
Over the past 25 years, the fund has provided more than $43 million to the Vicar of Christ for his personal charities and causes.
|Pope Benedict XVI, on Oct.
17, announced the elevation two K of C members to the College of Cardinals:
Archbishops John P. Foley and Daniel N.DiNardo. The Cardinals-designate will join 21 other churchmen in receiving their red hats and rings during a Nov. 24 consistory in Rome
Cardinal-designate Foley is a Pennsylvania native and member of Our Lady of Lourdes Council 4546 in Philadelphia. He was recently named pro-grand master of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem after serving for 23 years as the president of the Pontifical Council for Social Communications.
Cardinal-designate DiNardo was born in Steubenville, Ohio, and was ordained a priest for the Diocese of Pittsburgh. He is a former bishop of Sioux City, Iowa, and was installed as archbishop of Galveston-Houston in 2004. He is a member of Father Vincent Joseph Guinan Council 13940 at the University of St. Thomas in Houston.
Cardinal-designate Francisco Robles Ortega, native of Mascota, Mexico, is a member of Santa Martha Council 14098 in Monterrey. He was ordained in 1976 and served as auxiliary bishop and bishop of the Diocese of Toluca before being appointed archbishop of Monterrey in 2003. He serves as chaplain of the Northeast Mexico State Council.
On Oct. 18, Pope Benedict XVI elevated two Canadian bishops,both Knights of Columbus, to become metropolitan archbishops. They are Bishop Martin Currie of Grand Falls, who becomes metropolitan archbishop of Saint John & rsquos, Nfld., and Bishop Anthony Mancini, auxiliary bishop of Montreal, as metropolitan archbishop of Halifax, N.S. Bishop Currie is a Fourth Degree
Knight who joined the Order in 1972, and is a member of Cobequid Council 6633 in Truro, N.S.. Bishop Mancini is a Fourth Degree Knight who joined the order in 1970. He is a member of Montreal Council 284.
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