WELCOME TO HOLY TRINITY KNIGHTS COUNCIL 12394

Vision:

Faithfully build upon the traditions and heritage of the Holy Trinity Council 12394 by providing a Catholic fraternal example to our brothers, families, and the community at large through the Knights of Columbus's principles of Charity, Unity, Fraternity, and Patriotism.

Message:

Friends and Brothers in Christ, we would be honored if you would join us for fellowship and to learn more about our fraternal community. Any practical Catholic man is welcome! Regular business meetings are held in the View Room on the first Wednesday of every month at 7:00 PM and are preceded by an informal fellowship dinner starting at 6:00 P.M. Dinner is a $10 donation, but your first visit is free! Please check this webpage for our calendar of events.

- Chris Ewing, Grand Knight, 2019-2020 -

Council Meetings

Join us for dinner!

Please join us for fellowship and to learn more about our community. Regular business meetings are held at Holy Trinity Parish the first Wednesday of every month at 7:00 PM and are preceded by an informal fellowship dinner starting at 6:00 P.M. Double check the calendar for exact dates. Dinner is a $10 donation, but your first visit is free!  

We meet in the View Room

**Note: as of October, 2018 we are meeting in the View Room, not the Youth Room.** Go right to the main church entrance and look right. There is an entrance through the Narthex and from the outside next to the adjacent small kitchen area.

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Happy feast of the Baptism of the Lord!

Baptism and the other sacraments are life-changing. Did you know Knights pray for recipients of the sacraments and offer them gifts marking the occasion? For more on the Sacramental Gifts Program: bit.ly/39RgXpr
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The Epiphany: "We saw his star at its rising and have come to do him homage."

The incarnate Son of God, born into a human family, is manifested to all peoples, represented by the three Magi. #Epiphany
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“A Child is born. To some He comes on this Christmas Day, even in the remorse that follows ‘there is no room’; to some He comes when their hearts are saddened by a life that has been taken away, and can be gladdened only by a Life that is given; to some He comes when their hearts like conscious mangers cry out ‘Lord, I am not worthy’; to others He comes as their study of science reminds them that the only star worth studying is the Star that leads to the Maker of the Stars; to others He comes when their hearts are broken, that He might enter in to heal with wings wider than the world; to others He comes in joy amidst the Venite Adoremus of the angels; to others He comes because they are so young they can never remember another Christmas – but to each and everyone He comes as if He had never come before in His own sweet way, He the Child who is born, He, Jesus the Savior, He Emmanuel, He, Christ at Christ’s Mass on Christmas – Merry Christmas!!” Archbishop Fulton Sheen (The Fullness of Christ) ... See MoreSee Less

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