The members of Sacred Heart Cathedral Council, for the first time in their sixty year history, earned the "Double Star Council Award". Earning the “Star Council Award” is an annual recognition from the Supreme office of the Knights of Columbus. The Double Star designation means these men greatly exceeded the requirements for the annual recognition.
The requirements cover a variety of efforts. These include membership increases, community service, parish service and faith-based activities. The members of Council 5207 conduct a year long food drive, a “Coats for Kids’ drive, “Trunk or Treat” Halloween activity, men’s retreat and a Father/Daughter dance in February.
“These men demonstrate that Christ is alive in our parish. On a daily basis, they practice their faith, by being the example of a Catholic gentleman” said, Grand Knight Christopher J. Manning.
The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic Fraternity that was formed in 1882 by Blessed Father Michael McGivney. Any interested Catholic gentleman may inquire, regarding membership, through our website's Contact Us link above.