In 1924, Jim Crow laws were still enforced in many parts of the United States. Martin Luther King, Jr. was not yet born, and the height of the civil rights movement wouldn’t be for another 40 years. Nonetheless, it was at this time that the Knights of Columbus commissioned and published The Gift of Black Folk: The Negroes in the Making of America by famous civil rights proponent W.E.B. DuBois.

The Gift of Black Folk presents the varied contributions of Black Americans from the earliest colonial settlements through World War I and the early 1920s. A valuable resource to all who are interested in black history, the book is filled with touching stories and anecdotes.” READ ARTICLE

“Going with God

Catholic faith and fraternity inspire Hispanic family

By Jason Godin

For Antonio Bañuelos and his wife, Mayra, the Church has been an anchor in a journey that has taken them from Mexico to the United States and across borders of culture and language. Their Catholic faith, and the parish community that goes with it, have helped them find a home wherever they have settled and given them and their three children guidance and direction.” READ ARTICLE

“Fight the Great Fight

“In this world goodness is destined to be defeated. But a man must go down fighting. That is the victory. To do anything less is to be less than a man.” READ ARTICLE


More Than 2,000 Men Join K of C Amid Pandemic
More Than 2,000 Men Join K of C Amid Pandemic

By Tyler Lomnitzer 4/17/2020


If you’re interested in helping those in need, serving our parish, growing in faith, or obtaining exclusive access to top-rated insurance protection for your family, then joining Resurrection Council 11341 of the Knights of Columbus is the organization for you.

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