Knights of Columbus



The Knights of Columbus is an international Order of Catholic men who are called to lead with faith, protect our families, serve others and defend values in a busy changing world. The MMOTC Knights of Council #6374 supports many aspects of Mary Mother and the wider community. For more information, visit their website. For information on the Knights in general, visit www.kofc.org

Fr. Michael McGivney Beatification

Fr. Michael McGivney, the founder of the Knights of Columbus, will be beatified during a special Mass Oct. 31 at the Cathedral of St. Joseph in Hartford. Information on the beatification can be found here.


A letter from Archbishop Hebda, inviting and encouraging the men of our parishes to consider becoming a Knight.  

This new documentary explores the life, legacy and impact of Fr. Michael McGivney, the founder of the Knights of Columbus and apostle of spiritual brotherhood and unity:

Into the Breach Video Series

Why are you here? To know God. To love God. To serve God.

If you are a man, you are called to share the faith. You are called to live the faith.

Step into the breach this Lent to strive nobly and discover your role as a Catholic man in today’s world.

The Knights of Columbus has produced a 12-episode video series inspired by the Apostolic Exhortation Into the Breach written by Bishop Olmsted of Phoenix.

Watch the trailer now!

Each episode features a man’s personal story and major Catholic figures such as Dr. Scott Hahn, Father Mike Schmitz, former NFL player Matt Birk, FOCUS founder Curtis Martin and others who break down and explore the virtues of Catholic masculinity. Will you step into the breach with your brother Knights and answer God’s call to lead?