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StateDeputy“The Knights of Columbus Supreme Council is aggressively instituting changes, recruitment tools, council training modules, and the “Faith in Action” program. They see the need to reach out differently to attract young members.”2019 2020 State Emblem 200x200

Greetings and welcome to the New Hampshire State Council website of the Knights of Columbus!!!

The New Hampshire State Council is growing! With 17 districts, comprising of 74 councils with over 7,000 members we continue to reach out to support our clergy, parishes, families, & communities. We are actively seeking Catholic men to join us in these opportunities. You are encouraged to review the information available on this website to learn more about what we do. The basic principles of our Order are Charity, Unity, Fraternity, and Patriotism.


My hope is in your review of this site you will appreciate the many services and charitable programs available throughout our State Council and that you avail yourself of the opportunity to join us in our fraternal activities.

So, on behalf of my Brother Knights and their wives throughout New Hampshire, I bid you a hearty welcome!!!

Please click on e-Membership above for more information about how you can join us today!

Fraternally,

Joseph J Kowalik III
New Hampshire State Deputy

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FrMcGivney 002Knights of Columbus Founder Father Michael McGivney Moves Closer to Sainthood

Priest launched international lay movement, died in 19th century pandemic 

ROME – The Vatican today (May 27) announced that Pope Francis Pope Francis approved the promulgation of a decree recognizing a miracle attributed to the intercession of the founder of the Knights of Columbus, Venerable Father Michael J. McGivney, a Connecticut priest who served his flock during the pandemic of 1890, before himself becoming ill and dying of pneumonia.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Camp Fatima will not open this summer. Therefore, we have cancelled the Camporee for September 2020. Hopefully, we will be able to be back to normal for 2021. Workday will be scheduled for May 22nd and Camporee September 3-6th, 2021. Everyone stay safe. We'll miss you all. Thanks.

God Bless

Ron Metevier, Chairman

LeaveNoNeighborBehindIn light of this global pandemic, Christ’s call to love and serve our neighbor has never been greater. It is situations like this that are the reason The Knights of Columbus exists - and we need you now more than ever to join us in supporting our communities, our churches and our brothers.

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