State Council

State Council Information:

This is the State Council section. This section includes the information, reports, and forms for the State Council members. There are some links that are for registered users only, and will be appropriately identified.

Worthy Grand Knights:Mary

This is the first in a monthly series of helpful hints to enable your council to qualify for the Columbian Award.  The Novena for Life is one of the mandatory programs in overall culture of life programming.

In a letter dated April 28th, Fr. Kyle Stanton, pastor of Good Shepherd and Holy Family Parishes, announced to his parishioners that Salve Regina Academy will open for the 2019-2020 Academic year on the site of the Holy Family SalveReginaParish Center.

This new parish school is built upon the vision of an “authentically Catholic community of lifelong learners dedicated to discovering all that is Good, True, and Beautiful through a commitment to academic excellence and personal discipleship in the holistic tradition of Catholic education”. Two years ago, Fr. Stanton formed a committee to establish the location, curriculum, and culture of a new Catholic school. Parents wanted a curriculum, culture, and mission distinctly different from that of other schools.

CampFatimaI recently held an annual meeting with Mike Drumm on February 23rd at Camp Fatima. We always meet to get ready for the Knights' “Annual Camp Fatima Work Day”. This year it will be held on May 19th 2018.

HolyFamilyThe Supreme Council encourages every council to participate in the Order’s “Family of the Month” program. On the 15th day of each month, 100 Family of the Month reporting forms are randomly selected and the families chosen receive a Holy Family plaque.

Brothers:KofC

We are proud of our membership in our Order. We are encouraged to wear our membership pin and even decorate our vehicle with the Emblem of the Order. This is entirely appropriate. The lapel pin and a ring are visible reminders to ourselves and to others we are Catholic Gentlemen.


Shining Knight Emblem

The NH State Council Shining Knight Activity Program is similar the Supreme Council's Knight in Shining Armor Award. The Shining Knight Activity Program is administered by the New Hampshire State Council, and is for Knights who did not complete Knight in Shining Armor Award or became knights before Knight in Shining Armor Award program.


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StateKofCVocations to the priesthood and religious life are very important to the Catholic Church and to our Order.  We need priests to offer the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and to teach and lead us on the path to Jesus.  Education costs are extremely highFrMcGivney 002 for the candidates to the priesthood and religious life. The NH State Council wants to assist these men and women with a special calling by providing financial support for their education.
 
The Penny-A-Knight-A-Day (PKD) program was established by the NH State Council at the October 2009 Quarterly Meeting.  This program is voluntary and provides needed dollars to the NH State Council Vocations fund.  This fund is used to support religious vocations to qualified candidates throughout the State of NH.

March 15th was the deadline for the State Program Submissions for the 2019-2020 Fraternal Year.  The On-line Form will be re-activated on May 1st.

Upcoming Events
Sun May 31 @12:00AM
Pentecost
Tue Jun 02 @ 6:00PM -
1st Degree - Rochester (CANCELLED)
Sat Jun 06 @12:00AM
2nd & 3rd Degree - Londonderry CANCELLED
Sun Jun 07 @11:00AM - 07:00PM
St. John Vianney Summer Picnic (CANCELLED)
Fri Jun 12 @ 7:30AM -
1st Degree - Hudson (CANCELLED)
Sat Jun 13 @11:00AM - 07:30PM
4th Degree Exemplification - Rochester POSTPONED
Mon Jun 15 @ 7:00PM -
1st Degree - Bedford (CANCELLED)
Tue Jul 14 @12:00AM
The Immaculate Conception of The Blessed Virgin Mary
 
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