Knights of Columbus: Mother of Perpetual Help / Council 5629

Purpose:  The Knights of Columbus is the largest Catholic Fraternal Order in the world.  It was founded in 1882 by a young priest, Blessed Michael J. McGivney, to help the men of his parish care for their families.  We, the heirs to that great legacy, are pledged to help each other, our parish, and the greater community.  Membership is open to Catholic men age 18 and older.

Responsibilities:  Our members are involved in every aspect of parish life, and we are committed to the mission of Christ here on earth by helping one another lead more virtuous and faith-filled lives as we stand in solidarity with our clergy and the Church in everything we do.

Time Commitment: We are a volunteer organization and members are asked to do only as much as their time and interests allow.  Besides a variety of spiritual and fraternal activities, we have dinner meetings at Msgr. Irvine Nugent Hall on the 3rd Wednesday of each month from September to May, starting at 5 o’clock.  The personal rewards are immense, so please come join us!

Contact: Bill Wetzel, 321-615-7684, E: or Dan Delgado, 772-321-4730, E:

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