The Sask K of C Charitable Foundation is extremely pleased and proud of the support offered by our Bishops and priests for the continued growth of the Sask K of C Vocations Endowment Fund. This is best demonstrated by the video that includes all five Bishops of the Province. Please take the time to view this video.
Why Men Need the Sacraments
Into the Breach is a call to battle for Catholic Men which urges them to embrace wholeheartedly masculine virtues in a world in crisis. This hard-hitting new video series illustrates the gravity of our duty as men of Christ and offers an inspiring invitation to renew authentic masculinity.
Why are you here? To know God. To love God. To serve God. If you are a man, you are called to share the faith. You are called to live the faith. Step into the breach this Lent and discover your role as a Catholic man in today’s world. All 12 episodes of Into the Breach are now available on our YouTube channel.
Saskatchewan State Mission Statement
The Knights of Columbus of Saskatchewan, in the name of Jesus Christ and through the intercession of Our Lady of Guadalupe, strive to build the Catholic Church by developing the spiritual growth of themselves and their families, serving parishes, building communities, and by evangelizing all people according to the principles of Charity, Unity, Fraternity and Patriotism.
The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic, Family, Fraternal Service Organization that includes charitable service and financial aid to our communities, parishes, families and members.
Marian Icon Program
State Deputy's Message
Each month, State Deputy Chris Bencharski has an encouraging message in the Saskatchewan Knightline, a monthly newsletter for Knights of Columbus members and their families. Read the messages here.
State Chaplain's Message
State Program Director's Message
Each month, State Program Director Eugene Achtemichuk has a message about getting active and recording all the activities in the Saskatchewan Knightline, a monthly newsletter for Knights of Columbus members and their families. Read the message here.