Knights of Columbus
In Service to One, In Service to All – Official website of the Knights of Columbus
Knights of Malta
The Knights of Malta were formed long before their reign on Malta. The Order was originally established in 1085 as a community of monks responsible for looking after the sick at the Hospital of St. John in Jerusalem. They later became a military order, defending crusader territory in the Holy Lands and safeguarding the perilous routes taken by medieval pilgrim.
Knights of St. Columbia (UK)
Pope Benedict appealed to the laity to assist in the mission of the Church by becoming more involved in the work of the parishes and our communities. Membership of the Knights of St Columbus provides the opportunity to respond to the Holy Father’s appeal.
National Fellowship of Catholic Men
This website provides Catholic men with: Resources to use in Catholic men’s groups, Training materials for Catholic men’s fellowship and faith group leaders, Communications forums for exchange of information and ideas among Catholic men, Web-based Resource E-zine for Catholic men, Catholic men’s conference dates and Catholic men’s fellowship locations (including links to their websites).
Pope Benedict praises Knights of Columbus
The Pope praises Knights of Columbus witness to Christian hope.
St. John Neumann Men’s Club
Catholic men’s group dedicated to promoting faith development, camaraderie, forming enduring friendships, and service to build a better Parish community at St. John Neumann Catholic Church in Miami, FL.
True Knights was founded to encourage the spiritual growth of men, to promote a true and courageous faith among men of all vocations world-wide.
Wikipedia – List of Knights of Columbus
The following is a list of notable living and deceased members of the Knights of Columbus, the world’s largest Catholic family, fraternal, service organization.