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Leave No Neighbor Behind
Father Michael McGivney’s beatification takes place on Saturday, Oct. 31 at 11a.m. ET at the Cathedral of St. Joseph in the Archdiocese of Hartford.
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Father Michael McGivney healed 5-year-old Mikey Schachle of a life-threatening condition. It was this miracle that paved the way for the priest’s upcoming beatification.
Join us LIVE from St. Mary’s Church, where the Knights of Columbus was founded, for an all-night festival featuring prayer vigils, candlelit processions, vespers, and much more. The event begins Friday, Oct. 30 at 7 p.m. ET.
The Supreme Council has put together a collection of resources to help Knights and their councils celebrate the beatification of our founder.
From lifesaving miracles, visions and more, Father James Sullivan says his vocation – and his family’s lives — was changed due to Father McGivney’s influence.
Tune in to EWTN LIVE on Oct. 28 at 8:00 p.m. as Supreme Knight Carl Anderson speaks with Father Mitch Pacwa about the inspiring life of Father Michael McGivney and his upcoming beatification. An encore of the episode will also be aired twice on Thursday, Oct. 29 and once on Nov. 1 — Check out the network’s schedule of events here.
In a special episode of EWTN's Vaticano, discover how Father McGivney, the simple American parish priest who founded the Knights of Columbus, served as exemplary pastor and sacrificed his own life to serve his people during the pneumonia pandemic in 1890.
With the upcoming election, how should we as Catholics act in a time of such spirited debate, confusion and rancor? Knight and Catholic journalist Gerald Korson shares a few principles to keep in mind for maintaining civility in political discourse — or any other subject of controversy. Read more. Also, get out and vote for this election.
How one Knight of Columbus made baseball history during WWII, introducing the game to women, African American troops and people around the world.
John Palmieri’s situation was so critical that he was put in a medically induced coma for 10 days. He says he survived thanks to prayers to Father McGivney
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