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March 2017 Knightline Newsletter Available

posted Mar 2, 2017, 3:53 PM by Michael Kahny
 
This month's issue — now available online — features:
    • Ideas for engaging the parish and community this Lent 
    • Details on how to win a free Domestic Church kiosk 
    • Pope Francis’ meeting with the supreme knight
    • … and so much more! 
Click here to read the issue online and learn about additional fraternal news and resources. An archive of past issues is also available. For optimal viewing, make sure the latest version of Adobe Reader is installed on your computer.
 
Important Planning Items
There are only 120 days left to qualify to become a Star Council. Not sure if you qualify? Check out the steps in Knightline to find out!
 
Why Recruit?
The Order’s tomorrow depends on recruitment today! For recruitment ideas and materials, click here.
 
Social Media 101: Where to Begin 
Don’t miss out on what social media can offer. It’s a powerful tool for communicating with your members, reaching out to your community and recruiting new Catholic men! If your council is not yet on social media, this month’s issue gives you quick and helpful tips on how to get started. Read Knightline for more details and check out our social media links below.
 
‘Liberating a Continent’ Available to Watch Online
The Emmy award-winning documentary film is now available online. Click here to view the film now! Also available is a guide that can help you engage in thoughtful discussion about the film.
 
Novena of Grace and Solidarity
Join Knights of Columbus around the world in praying the Novena of Grace and Solidarity from Sunday, March 12, to Monday, March 20. The prayer can be found here.
 

Knightline, the monthly resource for local K of C leaders, is designed to help council officers plan events and activities, meet quarterly goals for the fraternal year and learn about Orderwide news. For more information, visit kofc.org/knightline.
 

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