Added by Decorah Knights on February 6, 2015 at 11:16pm — No Comments
There are now two ways to access the Ossian Knights' new website/profile on the IowaKofC.org platform:
This is now the official website for Council 2073.
Although there are still parts that are being added, the main structure of the website is now in place. The plan for…Continue
Added by Ossian Knights on February 6, 2015 at 10:15pm — No Comments
The 2014-2015 Iowa KofC Campaign for People with Intellectual Disabilities (CPID) to date has raised $621,990.76.
“Iowa has exceeded $600,000 in four of the last five years”, said Denny Hagedorn, Iowa KofC CPID Chairman. “In 2013-14, Iowa raised $622,373 and with 18 more Councils still to report for 2014-2015, we will easily surpass that…Continue
Congratulations to the following Councils for winning the January 2015 Membership Incentive! Each will be receiving a check for $50.
Council 1115 - Neola
Council 3893 - Vinton…Continue
New Hampton Knights (Council 1697) have begun work on their website: http://iowakofc.org/profile/newhamptonknights
Please check it out and leave comments and friendly greetings and suggestions in the comment box at the bottom of the site.
Added by New Hampton Knights on February 4, 2015 at 10:00pm — No Comments
The Ossian Knights (Council 2073) have begun work on their website: http://iowakofc.org/profile/ossianknights
Please check it out and leave comments and friendly greetings in the comment box at the bottom of the site.
Added by Ossian Knights on February 4, 2015 at 2:37pm — No Comments
This article is a reprint from Our Sunday Visitor in January of 2015. With the wrap of the Midwest March for Life in Des Moines we are renewed in our support for the Pro-Life movement. The author, Lawrence P. Grayson is a visiting scholar in The School of Philosophy, The Catholic University of America. Vivat Jesus!
State Council, Iowa Knights of Columbus
After almost 42 years of persistent efforts to abolish…Continue
Catholic Schools Week and National School Choice Week were celebrated across the state last week. Lt. Governor Kim Reynolds spoke at a school choice event held at the State Historical Building and Gov. Branstad signed proclamations to mark the events.
In addition, staff from the Iowa Catholic Conference was part of a team of speakers discussing Education Savings Accounts at Davenport Assumption High School last Thursday night. There was a great turnout of nearly 100 people at this…Continue
Each year World Marriage Day is celebrated on the second Sunday of February. World Marriage Day honors husband and wife as the foundation of the family, the basic unit of society. It salutes the beauty of their faithfulness, sacrifice and joy in daily married life. You can find more ways to celebrate this…Continue
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Added by Decorah Knights on February 1, 2015 at 9:30pm — No Comments
If you look in the right-hand column of this website, you'll see an advertisement for "Royal Flooring". Grand Knight Bill Ludwig is sponsoring the IowaKofC.org website via this ad. You may want to visit the Royal Flooring website, and you…Continue
Added by Decorah Knights on February 1, 2015 at 8:00pm — No Comments
Click here for information about the 4th degree exemplification in Coralville on Friday 10 April 2015.
Added by Decorah Knights on February 1, 2015 at 1:20am — No Comments
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Fraternally, Paul Lee (Third Degree Exec Comm. Member, Iowa Knightline Editor)
A MESSAGE FROM OUR WORTHY STATE DEPUTY, MICHAEL GASPERS
Brothers- As human persons we look for occasions to mark our…Continue
Added by Paul Lee on January 29, 2015 at 4:00pm — No Comments
At the suggestion of a priest, I have now watched "The Encounter Paradise Lost". Peace be with you.
Added by CLM on January 27, 2015 at 11:26pm — No Comments
Iowa Knights of Columbus family- Welcome to the 114th Annual Meeting of the Iowa Knights of Columbus, April 10-12, 2015, in beautiful Coralville, IA. Enjoy fraternity by connecting with old friends and make new ones. Learn about our programs, strategies to grow the Order, receive training for officers, all while growing in your faith. Various spiritual experiences await include daily Mass, the Sacrament of Reconciliation, and Adoration of the Blessed…Continue
The Immaculate Conception Prayer Program began August 7 at the 131st Supreme Convention in San Antonio, Texas. It began traveling the state in September, and since then it has visited some 150 councils, which includes over 250 parishes, religious education programs, nursing homes, and Catholic grade/high schools. Nearly 5000 people have viewed this Icon over the past…Continue
Added by Paul Lee on January 27, 2015 at 10:33pm — No Comments
State Family Director
Congratulations to the Family of William and Rose Cunningham of Council 2144, Centerville, Iowa. They are the November Awardees of the Supreme Family of the Month.
Each month a random drawing is held by the Supreme Council Office from all of the Family of the Month Forms that are completed and turned in. There are 100 families chosen each month. Each of these families will receive a Holy Family Icon from the Supreme…Continue
Added by Joseph Pollpeter on January 27, 2015 at 7:26am — No Comments
State Family Director
I would like to congratulate the following winners of Knight of the Month and Family of the Month for December.
Knight of the Month for December is Charles Osmanski, from Council 0739 in Fort Madison. Charles will receive a custom monogramed shirt for being Decembers Knight of the Month.
Family of the Month is The Charles and Shannon Covell Family from Council 2073 in Ossian, Iowa. They have two…Continue
Added by Decorah Knights on January 24, 2015 at 10:26am — No Comments
This week is Catholic Schools Week and the Iowa bishops have released a statement in support of Education Savings Accounts. ESAs would allow parents who choose not to enroll their children in a public school to receive a deposit of public funds into a savings account set up by the state. The money could be used for nonpublic school tuition.
“This innovative idea would further level the playing…Continue
Added by Tom Chapman on January 23, 2015 at 4:24pm — No Comments