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,
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St Joseph’s Residence Cookout 2019

St Joseph’s Residence Cookout 2019 The Knights from Council 8157 once again performed our spring cookout at St. Joseph’s Residence in the Oak Cliff neighborhood of Dallas, adjacent to the Catholic Retreat Center. Despite a last minute date change from Saturday May 11th to Sunday May 5th (Cinco de Mayo), the turnout of both residents…


DDC Meeting to be hosted by Council 8157

DDC Meeting to be hosted by Council 8157 The next KofC Dallas Diocese Chapter organizational meeting will be hosted by Council 8157 at the Holy Spirit dining room for the first time ever. Mark your calendars for the upcoming meeting on Thursday, March 28, 2019. This meeting is usually attended by knights from all the…

Hike for Life

One thing you can always count on during the “Hike for Life” in Duncanville is rain.  And this Saturday October 13th was no exception.  During the opening ceremonies spearheaded by Mike Moloughney, he hurried things along so that the Hike could be finished before the rains came.  Not to be.  Soon after the beginning of…

The Show Must Go On

The Show Must Go On! Despite the inclement weather all day Saturday, nine knights and Lady Mary Archer braved the heavy rains and loaded our equipment and supplies heading for the St. Joseph’s Residence Fall cookout. Fifty two of its residents, their visiting family members and residence staff were expecting the knights to serve them…


VA hospital cookout – November 2017

The irony was unavoidable during the closing minutes of our council’s annual cookout at the Veterans Administration hospital on Lancaster Avenue in Dallas on Friday, Nov. 10. One of the guests had finished his lunch of a hot dog, hamburger, baked beans, cookie and chips and was heading out of the conference room/dining hall when…

Family of the Month – October 2017

James and Judy Smith It only appears that James and Judy Smith devote all of their free time to activities related to the Knights of Columbus and other Holy Spirit ministries. James became the council’s treasurer in July, adding that to his duties as a member of the baseball and football youth sports concessions operations….

Knight of the Month – October 2017

Jesse Radillo If you saw Jesse flipping burgers during the parish’s fall festival, you probably didn’t recognize him as a man playing with pain. Three broken ribs, to be exact. That happened when he was helping a contractor work on a porch at his Duncanville home and he slipped off a ladder. “It hurts when…

Little League Baseball Starts Very Early in 2017

Little League began with a “bang” this past weekend of February 25th and 26th as Cedar Hill Baseball hosted 50 teams out of a 171 team Metroplex NIT tournament.  Those 50 teams played 61 games at Valley Ridge Park on Saturday and Sunday and 31 games were played at Dot Thomas Park as well on…