In Support of Our Church

Church Activities

Knights from Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Conn., greet Supreme Chaplain Bishop William E. Lori following a Mass Bishop Lori celebrated at the Sacred Heart in 2009
 
Knights from Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Conn., greet Supreme Chaplain Bishop William E. Lori following a Mass Bishop Lori celebrated at the Sacred Heart in 2009.

Catholics are searching for ways to further develop the ministry of our Church.

If these good intentions are going to bear fruit, if the Church is going to not only exist, but thrive in today’s society, men and women throughout our communities must come forward and take an active part.

Far more action of an ecumenical nature is needed. As Knights of Columbus, our prime responsibility is to encourage and promote that action.

The lay apostolate must respond to the constant call for active involvement in the work of the Church. Your council-5476 has the numbers, the organization, and the communication ability to get involved and spread the word throughout the Christian community.

Appeal for greater unity, understanding and ecumenism among all religions. Initiate those programs through which members can practice their Catholic duties in the fields of charity, devotion and education.

Strive to sponsor activities which enable the individual Knight to set a constant and worthy example as an ideal Catholic to his family, his community and his fellow members.

Contact St. Bridget Church Knights of Columbus Council-5476 for more information, or if you have any questions.