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October Newsletter

Posted on October 01, 2020 in: General News

October Newsletter
GA, Newsletter submission October 2020 Dear State Family, It is with great humility that I am now responsible for all of the membership for the state of Wisconsin and the Upper Michigan Peninsula. Many of you read this news in our September newsletter, however, my reasoning for bringing this back up this month is that most of the members in southern Wisconsin will be rece...

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Super Bowl Champ Says 'World Needs Knights'
By Andrew Fowler 09/21/2020 Harrison Butker’s impact on the football field is tremendous. As kicker for the Kansas City Chiefs, he was a vital component to the team’s victory in Super Bowl LIV. But the morning after the game, as he told the attendees at the Knights of Columbus 55th annual College Councils Conference, he still had to take out the garbage. This sim...

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"Putting my faith into action"

Posted on September 29, 2020 in: General News

"Putting my faith into action"
One of the best ways to bring more fellow brothers into the Knights of Columbus is through sharing our personal stories. Here is a terrific example of how the Knights helped Jon Marsili a Catholic Marine Corps Verteran who found peace and brotherhood in joining our organization. Please watch Jon's story and help us share what the power of the Knights can do.   ...

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Wisconsin Brookfield Knights Featured
The Brookfield Knights were featured on the official Knights of Columbus news hub on the main website this month and we could not be more proud of them! Check out this awesome video about how they went above and beyond to live out the three main hallmarks of the Knights: Unity, Charity and Fraternity, to help their brothers and sisters in need during this crazy time of COV...

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Career Opportunities

Posted on September 01, 2020 in: General News

Career Opportunities
Hello, as you read in the September Newsletter BIG Changes are happening in the Nowak Agency. As we grow and expand we long to reach more Catholic Families and with that outreach we require more Holy and dedicated Knights. The Link below directs you to our Careers page if you feel the call to service. Maybe the call isn't for you but for someone you know, PLEASE f...

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Careers

Built on the Rock of Faith

Posted on September 01, 2020 in: General News

Built on the Rock of Faith
"James Joseph Sexton, a Fourth Degree Knight of Columbus, set out on pilgrimage in 1920 to a Marian shrine that didn’t yet exist. His destination was Washington, D.C., where construction would soon begin on the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. Like many pilgrims, he brought with him an offering of faith and devotion, albeit one heavier than most: a 3.3-t...

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September Update

Posted on September 01, 2020 in: General News

September Update
To my Fellow Brother Knights and Families of Wisconsin: The Nowak Agency would like to Congratulate Joe and Darlene Molosky on the retirement of Joe from the Knights of Columbus Insurance Business.  Joe has been a loyal and faithful leader for the Molosky Agency for Wisconsin, and we wish them blessings and success in their future endeavors in retirement. Joe’s lo...

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With Father McGivney, favors abound
Devotees testify to his powerful intercession by Gerald Korson It was the miraculous cure of an unborn child from a life-threatening condition that cleared the way for Father Michael J. McGivney’s beatification this October, but countless others who have sought his intercession attest that he has granted them favors as well. Among those favors reported to the Father...

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Father McGivney, Knights of Columbus, Beatification
138th K of C Virtual Convention
Hello Fellow Knights and Family,  Welcome to another new month, August! August is a month that lets summer wind down and allows us to transition into the beginings of the fall season. Because we find ourselves navigating these unprecidented times we find that this year's 138th Supreme Convention will be held virtually. While this is a little different than most year...

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Agency Meeting, 2020, Knights of Columbus

AS YOU RETURN TO THE PEW

Posted on June 30, 2020 in: General News

AS YOU RETURN TO THE PEW
"In many parts of the U.S. and Canada, churches had been closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But now, Masses are resuming in a limited fashion, with social-distancing guidelines implemented in various ways by dioceses and local parishes. It’s not the same as before. Attendance is restricted in some areas to a fraction of capacity. And, because elderly or immune-c...

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2020, Covid-19, Corona Virus Update
Knights of Columbus founder to be beatified
Pope Francis has recognized a miracle attributed to the intercession of Father McGivney  Venerable Servant of God Father Michael McGivney, founder of the Knights of Columbus, is cleared for beatification after Pope Francis recognized a miracle attributed to his intercession.  Father McGivney's is one of 12 causes that have advanced, according to a report rel...

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Father McGivney, Knights of Columbus, Beatification
KofC Support Food Banks with Funds and Volunteers
Phase one kicks off with more than a million dollars and a multitude of volunteers from coast to coast to help deliver food to those who need it With food banks facing increasing demand during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Knights of Columbus is launching a multi-million dollar food drive and delivery operation mobilizing its more than 1.25 million members in North America to c...

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The Supreme Knight’s Message on the Coronavirus
As the world confronts the COVID-19 pandemic, Supreme Knight Carl Anderson shares the actions and responses taken by the Knights of Columbus. Dear Brother Knight, As the world confronts the COVID-19 pandemic, I wanted to take this opportunity to share with you the actions and responses taken by the Knights of Columbus. The coronavirus disease is not the first pandemic ...

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Knights Raise $20,000 for Widower and 10 Kids
Wisconsin Knights and community raise funds to support family after mom dies in childbirth By Andrew Fowler 4/6/2020 MARSHFIELD, WIS. — Father Keith Kitzhaber, pastor of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Marshfield, Wis., got a call at 6 a.m. It was Marshfield Hospital, asking him to come to the hospital right away. “They had someone who was fading fast and ...

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