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Mission Statement

We, the Knights of Columbus family of North Carolina, formed out of the inspiration and love of Father Michael J. McGivney, are a welcoming, Eucharist-centered, and culturally diverse Order of Catholic gentlemen.
Together, with the involvement of our families, we strive to exemplify our Order’s principles of charity, unity, fraternity, and patriotism. As stewards of our Order’s legacy, we endeavor to answer His call in solidarity with the priesthood, respecting life, defending of our faith and family and serving our fellow man.

Goal

To have a Knights of Columbus presence in every Catholic community in North  Carolina.

Theme

WE ARE CALLED

State Calendar

Special Events

What’s New

January

  • New Years Day – Jan 1
  • Form 1728 Fraternal Survey –Due at Mid-Year meeting
  • Form 4584 Special Olympic Partnership Report – Due at Mid-Year meeting
  • Mid-Year East –Kinston – Jan 6
  • Charlotte Right to Life March – Jan 12
  • Raleigh Right to Life March – Jan 13
  • LAMB FORM 4 –2017 Income Report – Due Jan 15
  • Family of the Month Due – Jan 15
  • Mid-Year West –Salisbury – Jan 27
  • Jacksonville Right to Life March – Jan 27
  • LAMB FORM 3 –2017 Disbursement Request – Jan 31
  • E-Membership launches in North Carolina – Jan 29

February

  • Knighthood Celebration – 9499 Clemmons – Feb 3
  • Knighthood Celebration – 2546 Raleigh – Feb 10
  • Ash Wednesday – Feb 14
  • Form 1295 Semi-Annual Audit Due – Feb 15
  • Family of the Month Due – Feb 15
  • Catholic Men’s Conference – Mooresville – Feb 24 

March

  • Charlotte Diocese Catholic
  • Camporee – Mar 2-4
  • Knighthood Celebration –1074
  • Wilmington – Mar 3
  • 4 on 4 Basketball Tournament –High Point – Mar 3
  • Carolina Camporee – Fuquay Varina – Mar 9-11
  • Family of the Month Due – Mar 15
  • Knighthood Celebration – 6700 Gastonia – Mar 24
  • Good Friday – Mar 30

April

  • EasterApr 1

WHO ARE THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS

These Men They Call Knights

What the Order Stands For Today

How to Join

Principles of the Order

Vision of Father McGivney