There is no better way to experience love and
compassion than by helping those in need,
a call Knights answer every day.


Knights banded together can accomplish more
than any of us could accomplish individually
in support of our Church and priests.


Knights socialize together and take care of each other –
we have each others’ back.


Members of the Knights of Columbus are proud
of our devotion to God and country,
and believe in standing up for both.




T he heart and soul of the Knights of Columbus is in the service activities. Here is where the work of the order actually happens. Often we talk about how much good work that Knights do for the needy and it is here in the service activities that it actually happens. These Directors give of themselves unselfishly their time and energy to assure their assigned area is successful. How many behind the scenes hours spent we will never know.

The next time you go to a regular business meeting, listen between the lines and know and appreciate how much effort these Directors put forth to make the council successful.


Here’s some of what the Duncanville Knights DO:

  • Free Throw Contests
  • Award Scholarships to youth members of parish
  • Catechists’ Appreciation Dinner
  • Two major Blood Drives, Summer & Winter
  • Lenten Fish Fry Fridays
  • Pancake Breakfast
  • Donate to Bishop’s Pro Life Dinner
  • Sponsor some Youth Group fundraisers including Spaghetti Dinner
  • Donate to State Charities
  • St. Joseph Assisted Living Residence Cookouts, twice per year
  • Emergency Medical Technician Appreciation Lunch
  • Set up and cooked for the 40th Anniversary Picnic
  • Vacation Bible School Dinner
  • Operate the Concession Stands for Cedar Hill Little League Baseball in the Spring and Fall seasons
  • 40 Days for Life
  • Fall Festival, construction, cooking and tear down
  • Hike for Life Cookout
  • Veterans Cookout at VA Medical Center Dallas
  • Annual Cancer Survivors cookout at Methodist Dallas Medical Center
  • Knight Hands completed over 100 projects
  • Seminarian Cookout
  • Seminarian Sponsorship
  • Donate to Parish Ministries
  • Set up and tear down chairs for Easter
  • St Elizabeth of Hungary School Carnival
  • Donated money to Rosaries for Angola


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VIDEO: Founding to Future

Founding To Future

The Order’s history and how today’s Knights meet the challenges facing society and the Church.
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