Knights raise money for mental health programs

Emily Booker Diocese of Knoxville, News

Last fall, during the holiday season, the Knights of Columbus Council 6730 took to the streets to raise awareness and money for local mental health agencies in their 36th annual Tootsie Roll street collection. The Knights collected $7,590 from local citizens and businesses in Hamblen County. The Knights gave $3,795 to groups in the Five Rivers area: East High Special …

Knights of Columbus recognized for their continued work at CPOP

Emily Booker Diocese of Knoxville

Knights of Columbus representing six different councils joined Bishop Richard F. Stika for Mass at Christ Prince of Peace Retreat Center in Benton on Oct. 31. The Mass was in appreciation for the mowing teams who care for the retreat center grounds. More than 65 Knights and their spouses attended. Following the Mass, there was a luncheon. Thanks was given to the mowing …

Worthy Sir Knights in diocese honored

Bill Brewer Catholic Church, News

Worthy Sir Knights from across the Diocese of Knoxville received the honors of the Fourth Degree of the Knights of Columbus on March 29 in an exemplification honoring Monsignor Robert J. Hofstetter. Under the direction of Bill Wicke, Tennessee district master for the Knights, 14 Worthy Sir Knights were honored by state, regional and national Knights of Columbus officers. Included …

Knights of Columbus raise funds for diocese

Bill Brewer Catholic Church, News, Stewardship

Bishop Richard F. Stika received two checks totaling more than $10,000 from the Knights of Columbus on Nov. 1 in the Our Lady of the Mountains Chapel at the Chancery office in Knoxville. Making the presentations were Mike Wills, supreme director of the Knights; Tracy Staller, state treasurer; and Ron Henry and Hank McCormick, Knights of Columbus field agents for …