Council #1990 Round Table

WHO WE ARE

 

Knights are Catholic men, at least 18 years old, who are committed to making their community a better place while supporting their church. Being a knight is being involved with your community, supporting your parish, enhancing your own faith and protecting and enhancing your family life.

Imagine being part of an organization that fills your heart and your mind with the joy of giving to others and the feeling that comes with making a difference. You will make lifelong friends.

FAITH: Grow in your faith. Support your parish. Help with your parish fiesta. Knights become better Catholics.

FAMILY: We have many family activities each year such as picnics, council breakfasts, coats for kids and others. Give back to your community. Show your children how to make a difference.

FRIENDSHIP:You will meet like-minded men and make life-long friendships.

FUN: Have fun with your family and brother knights. See the smiles on the faces of those we help. Special Olympics, Food for Families, Habitat for Humanity and other activities.

HELP US HELP OTHERS!!!

OUR PROGRAMS SHOW THE WORLD WHO WE ARE AND WHAT WE DO. Our featured programs are:

Habitat for Humanity

Global Wheelchair Mission

Special Olympics

Coats for Kids

Food for Families

March for Life and Ultrasound Program

College Campus Missionary programs

House of Yahweh

Scholarships for seminarians and religious brothers and sisters

We support numerous community and parish activities at St James in Redondo Beach, St Lawrence Martyr in Torrance and St. John Fisher in Palos Verde

Chaplain's Message

Pope Francis recently declared that a new obligatory memorial is to be celebrated in honor of our Blessed Mother under the title: Mary, Mother of the Church (Mater Ecclesiae). Fittingly, this memorial will take place on the Monday following Pentecost Sunday. Pope Francis wrote in his decree, "in the course of the centuries, Christian piety has honored Mary with various titles, in many ways equivalent, such as Mother of Disciples, of the Faithful, of Believers, of all those who are reborn in Christ; and as "Mother of the Church" as is used in the texts of spiritual authors as well as in the Magisterium of Popes Benedict XIV and Leo XIII." In 1980, St. John Paul II added the Mother of the Church title to the Litany of Loreto, a highly indulgenced Marian litany commonly recited after the rosary. It should also be noted that in 1981 St. John Paul II added a mosaic icon, to the corner of the papal apartments overlooking St. Peter’s Square, of Our Lady as the Mater

Ecclesiae, in response to being shot and saved from an assassin’s bullet. From the moment that Our Lord Jesus Christ on the Cross spoke to Mary, saying "this is your son," referring to apostle John, and then to John, saying that "this is your mother," John then took the Blessed Mother into his own house. We are all called to take Our Blessed Mother into our own houses through various devotions, because she as a mother teaches us about her Son and protects us from the evils of the world. Mary, Mother of the Church, pray for us!