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Both his difficult experience and his priestly formation nurtured his life of discipleship as a man of prayer and action.

Archbishop of Lipa calls for revival of ‘Columbian Squires’

In recent years, the Squires have been slowly “disappearing” not just in the country but throughout the world

‘Be soldiers of truth,’ papal nuncio urges Filipino Knights

The papal nuncio lamented that many people “have become used to a culture in which truth is no longer a value”

Knights of Columbus extends scope of program to persons with intellectual...

This year's Walk for Life underscores the importance of PIDs “as part of God's creation and as God's gift of life”

Cause for sainthood of Knights of Columbus founder in Philippines reopened

The local process for the beatification and canonization of Father George J. Willmann has been reopened

Knights of Columbus not endorsing candidates in Philippine elections

The Knights of Columbus said individual members can actively engage in partisan politics “as part of our citizenship obligation”

Knights of Columbus founder, Father Michael McGivney, beatified

The Knights of Columbus was born from the pastoral ingenuity of a parish priest to respond to the challenges faced by the people he served

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