ST. ANTHONY COUNCIL 10414
THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS is the world's largest Catholic family fraternal service organization, with more than 1.76 million members serving in over 13,400 Councils throughout North America, Central America, the Carribbean, Asia and Europe. Support for the Catholic Church in faith, community, family, youth and fellowship are the hallmarks of Knights of Columbus activities at all levels of the Order.
Every year, the Knights average over 5 million visits to the sick and bereaved, give over 300,000 donations of blood, contribute over 50 million volunteer hours of community service and offer over 5 million hours of labor for sick and disabled members. Over the past decade, the Knights have donated more than $1.28 billion to numerous charitable causes and volunteered over 612 million man-hours of service.
-PLEASE SUBMIT ANY APPLICATIONS NOW-
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
THURSTON BRICE SCHOLARSHIP
Please choose one of the options below to submit your application.
Submissions deadline is June 15, 2020
1-Must be a registered member of St. Anthony’s Church in Oakley, CA.
(Former St. Anthony’s registered applicants that are currently
active/registered in their scholastic community are eligible, if school
is the reason for non-residence.)
2-Must submit Form KC-1 (Knights of Columbus Scholarship Application) and all requested documentation by June 15, 2020
3-Must be available, if required, to go through an interview process (either
by phone or in person) with members of the Knights of Columbus Scholarship Committee.
Please choose one the options below to apply for the sholarship.
The K of C headquarters is located in New Haven, Connecticut, the birthplace of the Order.
Our Society is governed by the Supreme Council. This top legislative body meets annually in August to vote on resolutions that set policy for the Order.
International affairs are administered by an elected board of Directors under the Chairmanship of the Supreme Knight.
Elected State Officers operate the State Councils. They administer the programs and activities under the guidance of a State Deputy who is the highest ranking State Officer,
The District Deputy represents both the Supreme Knight and the State Deputy in an area known as a District---which is made up of several Councils. He is appointed by the Supreme Knight based on the recommendation of the State Deputy.
The highest ranking officer at the local Council level is called the Grand Knight. Along with the other officers, He is elected each year by the members of his Council.
Council Officers, Grand Knight, District Deputy, State Deputy, Supreme Directors, Supreme Officers, Supreme Knight---There’s a place for you in the K of C. If you would like to be a K of C Officer, you can be…how high you go is completely up to you. BUT IT ALL STARTS HERE---BY BECOMING A NEW MEMBER. JOIN TODAY.
The K of C has FIVE MAIN OBJECTIVES:
- To support the Church
- To build fraternal bonds through social, religious, educational and athletic activities
- To provide comfort and assistance to sick, disabled, and needy members and their families
- To reach out to meet community needs through programs of Charity and Service
- To provide for the Financial Security of our members and their families through our fraternal insurance program
The Service Programs (Each program has its own committees)
RELIGION, FRATERNITY, CHARITY AND INSURANCE
The K of C was organized in 1882 by Father Michael J. McGivney in the basement of St. Mary’s Church in New Haven, Connecticut. Since the founding, the Order of the K of C has grown to become an internationally known and respected Catholic organization. Today there are more than 14,000 Councils throughout the United States, Canada, the Philippines, Mexico, Poland, Puerto Rico, Guatemala, Panama, Cuba, The Virgin Islands, the Dominican Republic, the Bahamas, and Saipan.
Stability and Strength
The great STRENGTH of the K of C is the 1.9 million plus members throughout the world. Members that provide over 70 million volunteer hours to service and administer the objectives, goals and activities of the order in more than 14,000 plus local Councils.
Our STABILITY is based on the four Principles of Charity…Unity…Fraternity…and Patriotism. These Pillars of Stength are further stabilized by our Insurance in force that is over $90 Billion.