QUEZON CITY, April 15, 2014 –The Knights of Columbus in the Philippines together with its insurance arm, the Knights of Columbus Fraternal Association in the Philippines, Inc (KCFAPI) offered a necrological service in honor for the former KCFAPI President, Bro. Antonio B. Borromeo.
It was led by the Knights of Columbus Spiritual Director, Msgr. Pedro Quitorio III on April 2 at the Christ the King parish in Green Meadows, Quezon City. read more »
MANILA, April 14, 2014 –The Fraternal Benefits Group of the Knights of Columbus Fraternal Association of the Philippines, Inc. (KCFAPI) held a two-day Fraternal Service Training program on March 18-19 at the KCFAPI main office in Intramuros, Manila.
There were eight newly Fraternal Counselors from Manila, Antipolo, Bulacan, Bicol Sorsogon, Mindoro and Batangas. read more »
MANILA, April 11, 2014 –More than 10,000 Brother Knights together with Daughters of Mary Immaculate, Columbian Squires, families and friends joined the annual Walk for Life to demonstrate their opposition against Reproductive Health Bill held last March 22 from Intramuros to San Andres gym in Malate, Manila.
“This is a fight against the sinister laws being proposed in Congress such as same sex marriage, abortion, divorce and euthanasia,” said Luzon Deputy Arsenio Isidro Yap. read more »
IN preparation for the 500th jubilee of the arrival of Christianity to the Philippines, the bishops have decided to launch 9 years of intensive evangelization starting in 2013 with the Year of Faith and culminating in 2021 with the Year of the Missions. Every year within this “novena of years” is themed with a particular evangelization focus. This 2014, the theme centers on the Laity. read more »
MANILA, April7, 2014 –Cognizant to the forthcoming 109th Founding Anniversary of the Knights of Columbus Manila Council 1000 on April 23, Council 1000 launched its official logo with the theme “Columbianism in the Changing World”. read more »
NAVOTAS, April 3, 2014 –The Knights of Columbus Council 6620 led by Grand Knight Ramon Reyes and the Daughters of Mary Immaculate (DMI) San Jose de Navotas Circle in coordination with the Parish Pastoral Council and Luzon Jurisdiction initiated a free ultrasound for pregnant women last February 15 held at the San Jose de Navotas Parish.
More than 50 patients undergo the ultrasound initiative. The youngest was16 year old while 38 year old was the oldest. read more »
MANILA, March 19, 2014 — Committed to defending the right to life of every human being, the Knights of Columbus will again take the streets to demonstrate their opposition against a contraceptives law.
Catholics continue to protest against the RH Law, a legislation they believe to be a bandaid solution to poverty.
Now on its 7th year, the KofC’s “Walk for Life” is a simultaneous rally nationwide on March 22 to raise their indignation against the controversial Reproductive Health (RH) law and other anti-life measures. read more »
MANILA, March 17, 2014 –All incumbent and former District Deputies and Grand Knights are invited to attend the 13th Luzon State Convention to be held on May 10 at the Manila Grand Opera Hotel with the theme ”Stewards of God’s Gift”.
Registration fee is P1,800.00/delegate inclusive of convention bag, id, certificate, meal stubs and raffle stub for door prizes.
Delegates must be registered on or before February 28, late registrants will have additional cost. read more »
Puerto Princesa, March 11, 2013 –Fourty three (43) officers from the various councils of Apostolic Vicariate of Puerto Princesa and Apostolic Vicariate of Taytay, Palawan have attended the whole day Grand Knights and Financial Secretaries Seminar held at Libis Bawview Hotel, Puerto Princesa, Palawan last January 18, 2014. read more »
MANILA, March 7, 2014 –The Luzon Deputy Arsenio Isidro Yap has plead all council members especially under his Jurisdiction to support the newly initiated ‘food bank’ project for calamity victims.
“We should not only assist during times of calamities but to look forward ahead of time that calamities will happen every now and then and we should be prepared in assisting the victims,” said Yap. read more »