WEBSITE REPORT

 

Website Report
New Features on our website

 

  1. We have added a few more videos to our website. The first one is the Necrology slideshow that was shown at the Memorial Mass at the State Convention in Yorkton on April 22. The second video is a playlist titled “Domestic Church Inspiring Missionary Disciples”. At the suggestion of our State Chaplain, Bishop Bryan Bayda, we made recordings of some of the people at the state convention. Each video is a brother knight giving a 30 second (or longer) speech stating their name, how long they have been a knight, and what was the most important thing that they have experienced or learned while being a knight, encouraging others to join the Knights of Columbus and inspiring missionary disciples. To view these videos, go to our website and click on the link at the left-hand side that says “VIDEO GALLERY”.
  2. Our website has a lot of information about the state convention. Look under the articles on the home page. The first one is the press release from the state convention. Secondly, the awards presented at the Saturday afternoon awards ceremony, Thirdly, the awards presented at the Saturday evening State Banquet.
  3. Starting March 29, the Saskatchewan Knightline (this newsletter) is available by email subscription. Please tell your council or assembly members, or your family (after all the newsletter is free for the public to view on our website anyway). To subscribe, click on the part of the page that looks like this:
  4. Starting April 2, the Saskatchewan Knights of Columbus are starting a program called Online Membership. To find out more information, click on the button on our main website that says “Join Us”. The button looks like this:
    This would then link to our article on Online Membership. As well as some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). At the bottom of the article there is a final link that says: Become an Online Member Now! Which then takes you to the Supreme website where a potential candidate can sign up to be an Online Member.

 

Fraternally,
Peter Folk Saskatchewan State Webmaster

 
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