Throughout the Knights of Columbus, our college councils promote the moral, intellectual and spiritual development of the future leaders of civil society, the Order and the Church through witness to the Gospel and dedication to the principles of charity, unity, fraternity and patriotism.
Here are some of the many activities being undertaken by our young Knights.
Notre Dame Knights hold their annual Thanksgiving dinner for residents of the Corvilla home for people with developmental disabilities. The tradition has fostered strong ties between the two communities and highlights the Knights' steadfast defense of the dignity of those with physical and intellectual disabilities.
College Knights from Georgetown University, The Catholic University of America and The George Washington University recently gathered for a football battle on the National Mall. After the games, the councils gathered for a fraternal cookout. This annual tradition of brotherhood unites the D.C.-area college councils and strengthens their commitment to live out the values of the Knights of Columbus on their individual campuses.