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Imagine being part of an organization that fills your heart and your mind with the joy of giving to others and the feeling that comes with making a difference.

Knights are Catholic men, 18 years of age and older, who are committed to making their community a better place, while supporting their Church. Being a Knight is more than camaraderie; it is being involved with your community; it is supporting your local Catholic Church, while enhancing your own faith; it is about protecting and enhancing your family life.

Safe Haven Baby Boxes

HEA 1016 (Baby Box Bill) is now a law!!!
Indiana is the FIRST state in the country to have Safe Haven Baby Boxes!!...and the Indiana Knights of Columbus are standing at the ready for 100 in one year!

Indiana is the FIRST state in the country to have Safe Haven Baby Boxes!

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State Golf Tournament Results

State Golf Tournament

Council 1014 sends out thanks to all Knights who participated in the 2015 State Golf, and made it a successful Fraternal event. We hope all had a great time in Huntington.

The results of the 2015 Knights of Columbus State Golf tournament are as follows:

The Gentlemen’s stroke play division saw one player win both the low gross and the low net. Nick Lancaster of Council 822 played 2 great rounds shooting 86 at Norwood and 84 at Etna Acres for a total gross of 170.

His average score handicap gave him a low net score of 153.

The Senior Gentlemen’s division low gross winner was Don Wright of Council 3228 shooting a total low gross score of 170, with rounds of 82 at Norwood and 88 at Etna acres.

The Senior Gentlemen’s division low net winner was Ron Rennier also of Council 3228 carding a total low net score of 156.

The Captains Choice (scramble format) first place team was made up of players from the Kokomo Council 656 including Brad Willis, Tyler Graves, Chuck Graves, and Mark Graves. They carded scores of 60 at Norwood and 66 at Etna Acres.



The Indiana Knights of Columbus founded Father Gibault Home for Boys in 1921. It was originally administered by Priests of the Archdiocese of Indianapolis. In 1934, the Brothers of Holy Cross became the administrators, teachers, counselors, and overseers. They, in partnership with the Indiana Knights, saw thousands of young boys turn into young men. Read More...

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Evangelium Vitae Medal

Knights of Columbus received Notre Dame's 2015 Evangelium Vitae Medal

The Knights of Columbus and Carl A. Anderson, their director, received the 2015 University of Notre Dame Evangelium Vitae Medal on Sunday (April 26).

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Ultrasound Initiative

Ultrasound Initiative

The Knights of Columbus have been involved in fighting for the unborn for decades, but until recently, their efforts were focused on projects with a long term goal of helping the American culture understand the importance of the right to life. Realizing that babies are in danger of abortion every day, the Knights launched a project to help pregnancy centers purchase ultrasound machines.

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Call to Service

Call to Service

Supreme Knight announces record-breaking 2014 Fraternal Survey result during the 2015 Organizational Meeting of state deputies. Read More

World Most Ethical Company

K of C Named as a World Most Ethical Company

The Ethisphere Institute recognizes the Knights of Columbus' commitment to ethical leadership for the second year in a row. Read More

Portfolio of Protection

Portfolio of Protection

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