Atlanta Council 660, proudly serving the Parish of Christ the King!
The Knights of Columbus is the world’s largest Catholic fraternal service organization. Founded over 140 years ago by the Blessed Father Michael McGivney, the Knights uphold four key principles as pillars of the order: Charity, Unity, Fraternity, and Patriotism. Father McGivney also charged the Knights with two primary missions: to help widows and orphans and to oppose persecution of and discrimination against Catholics. Each fraternal year the organization performs a variety of service activities designed to advance each of these principles and missions.
Atlanta Council 660 was chartered in 1902 and is the second oldest Council in the state of Georgia. The Knights of Council 660 donate their time, talent, and treasure to the Parish community while serving as “the strong right arm” of the Catholic Church.
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2023 - 2024 ESSAY TOPIC
In an essay of 500-750 words,
How can the Church evangelize in the digital age?
In Biblical times, the only way to “carry” good news was to bring it physically, walking from one place to another. Technological advances, however, have opened up numerous additional communication channels, all of which we can use to amplify the rate at which we spread the Word. – Romans 10:14-15
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