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Knights Columbus EmblemWho are the Knights of Columbus?

The Knights of Columbus was founded by Venerable Servant of God Father Michael McGivney, a New Haven parish priest, in 1882, the Knights of Columbus was organized to provide charitable outreach and care for the financial well being of Catholic families. Its primary focus was protecting and supporting widows and orphans, and strengthening the faith of its members. Today, Knights of Columbus has grown into one of the world's largest lay organizations with over 1.8 million members throughout North and Central America, the Philippines, the Caribbean and Europe. In 2015, nearly 15,000 Knights of Columbus councils supported a countless number of charitable organizations by donating more than $175 million and performing 72 million hours of service. If you would like more information about Knights of Columbus, please contact our Grand Knight by telephone or use our form below.

Larry Armstrong
Grand Knight, Council #5253
614-619-7429

 

Contact the Knights of Columbus Hohman Council #5253


2017-2018 Newsletters

09 September 2017


Knights of Columbus Membership Basics

Membership Basics

Knights of Columbus is a fraternal organization which involves formal membership. Father Hohman Council #5253 was chartered in March 1962. It is open to all men age 18 and over who are practicing Catholics. In addition to our many service projects and social opportunities, each month we conduct the following:

  • Family Social — 7:00 PM in the PAC Room, first Tuesday each month
  • Business Meeting — 7:00 PM in the PAC Room, third Tuesday each month

For those men interested in joining the Knights of Columbus, contact us via our form above or attend any Family Social meeting.

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