September 1, 2014: this week for Virginia Knights

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  • This week's checklist

    September 1, 2014 - Get off on the right foot in the new 2014-2015 Fraternal Year by meeting the requirements to be a Star Council.  Read the August 2014 issue of Virginia's Star Council News for a full description.


    News from the 2014 Supreme Convention in Orlando, Florida can be found HERE.


    What do they look like? Photo galleries of the new Virginia state officers and Virginia district deputies are now posted.


    Photos and information from the state organizational meeting can be found HERE. The state  pre-organizational meeting held on June 21 in Fredericksburg provided intensive training for incoming Grand Knights and District DeputiesYou can find the slides from the GK and DD training HERE.




  • From the State Deputy

    Stephen A. Burnley

    My Brother Knights and Families,


    Lucretia and I have just returned from the 2014 Supreme Convention and are very excited to provide you with this brief report of the week’s events.


    From the opening Mass on Tuesday through the closing remarks of our Supreme Knight Thursday afternoon, every session provided extraordinary examples of the accomplishments of our Knights of Columbus world-wide, reminders of the challenges our families continue to face in our local communities and the shared respect and support we have with our Priests, Bishops and most importantly His Holiness, Pope Francis.  Read more HERE

  • Membership:  We Beat the Goal!

    As of June 30, the total number of new members in Virginia for this fraternal year is  1,486.  That not only beats the goal set by the Supreme Council for this year, it also beats  OUR goal of 1,400 new members for the year.  Thanks to all for achieving this extraordinary success this Fraternal Year!

  • Virginia Knights - Activity of the Week


    February 2014 - Joseph M Johnson Council 7538 in Ashland, Virginia participated in the nationwide Knights of Columbus Coats for Kids program this year, purchasing a box of coats for needy children in Hanover County.  Larger photo and full story HERE.

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