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Knights of Columbus (K Of C)

The Knights of Columbus were founded in 1882 by the Venerable Father Michael McGivney.

Guided by the principals of Charity, Unity, and Fraternity, the Knights of St John's Albion work closely in the parish on a number of activities such as: Ushering, Food Drives, BBQ's, supporting the Caledon Community Services, Basketball and Soccer competitions for the youth, Roses for Life, Light Up For Christ and anything else we can do to support Father Bob, parishioners and the community.

We were also founded to protect the livelihood of Catholic families and that commitment means we continue to provide our members and their families top quality life insurance and annuity products. No life insurer in North America has a higher rating than the Knights of Columbus.

Joining the St Johns Albion council does not mean you sacrifice quality time with your family. In fact, volunteering an hour here and an hour there with your family can make an enormous impact in your life and in the lives of others. As a member of our council, you will strengthen your faith and become a better Catholic, husband and father. Through your support of our parish and community, you will form friendships with fellow Knights that can last a lifetime.

As much as our council has done over the past years, we could do even more with your help. We invite you to join our council today and help us make a difference in our parish and our community. If you are a practicing catholic man, 18 years of age or older who are looking for the opportunity to offer service to the parish and the community, consider joining the Knight's of Columbus.

For more information, visit the Knights of Columbus websites:

Ontario State Council Website - Ontario KofC

Knights of Columbus Website - Knights of Columbus

To join the Knights of St. John's Albion, please contact the office at 905-880-0080.

Visit or see the flyer at the back of St. John's Church.