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The State Convention - April 25-27, 2014

The 113th Annual Meeting of the Indiana State Council Knights of Columbus will convene at the Indianapolis Marriot East Hotel 7202 21st Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. Convention Packets will be sent out shortly! Pre-Registration is critical to the Convention and ensuring a smooth check-in process - please do so as soon as possible. ALL MEMBERS, WIVES, AND GUESTS, including Delegates, Alternates, Officers, Past State Deputies, Director, Chairmen, and Financial Secretaries are required to pre-register, and pay registration fee, for the convention.

Pre-registration cards and fees should be mailed to Scott Cunningham, State Secretary, 4621 Brookshire Parkway, Carmel, IN 46033-3303, prior to April 1, 2013. Please review rules and regulations for selecting delegates, submission of resolutions, and keep an eye out for your Council's packet.

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Gibault 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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Knights of Columbus 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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The State Council has switched email hosting. If you are looking for information about the move: Click for Information.