Knights of Columbus
Council 11987 Fr. Emil J Kapaun
Kaiserslautern Military Community, Germany
The Knights of Columbus Council 11987 Fr. Emil J. Kapaun meets monthly. The mission of Council 11987 is to develop and implement programs that best serve the needs of the community, including Church, council, family and youth. Council 11987 serves the Kaiserslautern Military Community, Germany. Business Meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month from 1800-1900 at the Ramstein Southside Chapel. A Knights of Columbus Social is held the 4th Tuesday of each month from 1900hrs at Anna’s Pizzeria in Ramstein. For more info on the Knights visit us on Facebook, http://www.facebook.com/KofC11987 or contact Tom Shaver at 0170-931-7144 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why You Should Be A Knight of Columbus
As an integral part of the world's largest and most dynamic Catholic fraternal organization, you will be united with more than 1.7 million brother Knights and their families in over 13,000 local councils in the US, Canada, Mexico, Philippines, Poland, Central America and the Caribbean.
Your Personal involvement as a Knight will provide opportunities, in charity and fraternity, for service to the Church at the local diocesan and universal levels; to your... (read more) communities; and to the less fortunate in our midst.
Your active participation in council affairs: spiritual, fraternal, family, social, civic-oriented, athletic and recreational - will serve as a school of leadership and enable you to develop qualities that enhance your strengths and abilities.
You will enjoy a sense of "belonging" in an organization that shares your religious beliefs, brings together like-minded men joined in a common cause, and offers the opportunity to develop and cement friendships for yours to come.
Your concerns for your family and for your retirement years can be addressed by the Order's low cost insurance program, conducted by brother Knights for brother Knights, and assure their security and your peace of mind.
You will share in the sense of pride all Knights feel in knowing that their Order is second to none in support of our Holy Father, our bishops and priests; in working for our fellow man, especially those most in need; and in binding together to preserve traditional values in the face of attacks against the family of innocent human life.