The Knights of Columbus is the world's largest Roman Catholic men's organization and has councils in over ten countries throughout the world. Founded in the United States in 1881 by Father Michael J. McGivney as a resource for needy Catholic immigrants, it is named in honor of Christopher Columbus and dedicated to the principles of Charity, Unity, Fraternity, and Patriotism. The Knights of Columbus boasts one of the finest insurance programs available in the United States.
Saint Christopher's is home to the Daniel J. Bradley Council #3102 of the Knights of Columbus.
Membership is restricted to Catholic men in good standing with the Roman Catholic Church.
Catholic ladies are invited to join the Columbiettes, the sister organization, which also has members here at St. Christopher's.
To find our more about the Knights of Columbus, see: Knights of Columbus