Saturday, September 8, 2018
The primary purpose of the Dallas Diocese Chapter (DDC) of the Knights of Columbus is to promote the well-being of the Order within the Catholic Diocese of Dallas by serving as a vehicle to represent the Knights of Columbus on a diocesan-wide basis and by providing activities that allow councils to
Where were you in ‘62? Gasoline was 28 cents a gallon, John Glenn was the first American to orbit the earth in February of that year, the Cuban Missile Crisis occurred in October and The D
Here's the Reservation form for the Fall 2018 Dallas Diocese Exemplification to be held at St. Monica's Catholic Church on Saturday September 8th, 2018.
I have been asked for clarification to be posted on the subject of the NEW UNIFORM.
Until July1, 2019 the start of that fraternal year we are still going to be turning out in our current regalia. I ask that you take advantage of the opportunities to wear it and turn
Elections were held on Thursday May 31st at the final DDC chapter meeting and awards banquet for the 2017/2018 Fraternal Year. The Chapter Officers elected to serve 2018-2019 are:
The Dallas Diocese Chapter year end celebration and awards banquet was a great success and was attended by councils throughout our Diocese. The event took place on May 31, 2018 at Council Hall 799 where councils and members were honored and our 2018/19 officers were elected.
Please see this document for use in Org Meeting materials.
The 2018 tournament at Bear Creek Golf Club was agreat success! Thanks to all who participated and supported this event.
March 4 Update:
Congratulations goes out to our Dallas kids who placed in the State Free Throw Contest in San Antonio on Saturday, March 4, 2018:
Council 6402 and their families brought a crew together to help clean up a devastated Garland neighborhood on January 1, 2016 following the tornado damage that occurred on Dec 26. There are several photos posted on the KofC Dallas FacebookRead More...
Terrific work and sense of community and fraternity shown by "Knights Hands" of District 101 councils 12484 from Lancaster and 8157 from Duncanville in November 2017. These Knights Hands repair damage on a building at St. Vincent de Paul after storms tore off shingles and damaged the roof. See th
The Dallas Diocese Chapter was awarded a very nice plaque and honor as Special Olympics Area 10 "Service Organization of the Year." This is a great tribute to the outstanding service being given by our Knights in the Dallas Diocese. Diocesan Deputy Roger Scott and Special Olympics Chair Phil Coup
Do you support the idea of creating a diaconate support program within the Dallas Diocese? Good interest has been expressed in creating a program for those seeking to serve our community as a deacon.
The diocesan diaconate formation is now running three concurrent classes and the c
Success at the Regan Agency has created an opportunity for additional field agents to enter a full time career. The world’s largest Catholic Fraternal organization has positions available representing an established clientele with protected territories. The Knights of Columbus is currently
Pope Francis has named the Most Reverend Edward J. Burns to serve as the new Bishop of the Diocese of Dallas beginning December 2016.
Since 2009, Bishop Burns has served as the Bishop of Juneau, Alaska. Prior to that, the 59-year-old bishop served the Catholic Church on the national level as Executive Director of the Secretariat for Clergy, Consecrated Life and Vocations at the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops in Washington, D.C. from 1999 -2008. In 2008 he was named the Rector of St. Paul Seminary in Pittsburgh, PA. In January 2009, he was named the Bishop of Juneau. Prior to 1999, Bishop Burns served in parish ministry, diocesan administration and did extensive work in vocations.