Chapter Announcements

NEXT CHAPTER MEETING - Friday February 16,2018           NEXT OFFICERS' MEETING - Saturday November 18th

08:00 PM  Westmont Room                                                    08:00 AM

Hilton Oak Brook Hills Resort                                                  St. Mary Immaculate

 3500 Midwest Rd                                                                  Plainfield,IL       

Oak Brook, IL 60523                                                                                                                                      



 A reminder that Cardosi Applications are due by February 19th. Email to or





2017/2018 Chapter Officers with Bishop Conlon at the Nov 11th Bishop's Burse. The Chapter presented a check to the Bishop for $6,000.00.

Honor Guard at the 2017 Bishop's Burse at Holy Family Parish in Shorewood

Example Frame

Upcoming Chapter Events

No events are scheduled within the next 60 days.

Chapter Officers

Diocese of Joliet Chapter

See Schedule Above
08:00 PM
To Catholic Diocese Site

Most Reverend R. Daniel Conlon

My Brothers in Christ,

Catholic men are called to a life of loving service as disciples of Christ. We are called to care for our families, to attend to the poor and to defend those in need, especially the weakest among us. A wonderful opportunity exists for Catholic men to answer this call to serve by becoming members of the Knights of Columbus.

The Knights of Columbus was founded in 1882, by the Fr. Michael J. McGivney, a diocesan parish priest who had a vision of an organization which would provide Catholic men the opportunity to live their faith through charitable works while at the same time protecting their families through a fraternal benefits society.

Each year, this organization of Catholic men collectively donates millions in dollars and hours to charity while offering members access to insurance benefits for their families. In addition members have the opportunity build up the church, promote a culture of life, support vocations and develop leadership skills while sharing a fraternal brotherhood with men of similar values.

As a 4th Degree Knight of Columbus myself, I have personally witnessed the outstanding work that these men have accomplished in our diocese. However, there is still much work which needs to done in the name of charity.
I strongly encourage each man in this diocese who is a practicing Catholic to consider joining the Knights of Columbus. Please take time to visit with them. It will make a great difference in your life.

You will all continue to be in my prayers.

May God bless you.

Most Reverend R. Daniel Conlon
Bishop of Joliet