Knights of Columbus Council 893 at 3870 Atlanta Highway, Montgomery, AL 36109 US - Home
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Knights of Columbus, Council 893.
Our physical home is St Bede The Venerable Catholic Church in Montgomery, AL. If you are interested in joining our Council 893 or just want more information about the Knights of Columbus you have come to the right place.
Please take a moment to browse our online community. Here you will find the latest news and information about our council along with links and information about the Knight of Columbus world wide. You can also email us directly from the Contact page. We hope you enjoy your visit and encourage you to check back often for updates!
Council 893's History
Council 893 was the third council to be initiated in the state of Alabama. The date of inception was April 10, 1904. The first Grand Knight of the council was Thomas Carr, who was also the Mayor of the City of Montgomery. The first council home was located in a two story house on Court Street, at what is now the overpass above Interstate 85. The council drew members from Montgomery and the surrounding cities and towns. When Interstate 85 was planned, the council home was sold to the state for the purpose of construction of the highway. The council then moved further south, to Goode Street, just behind Sidney Lanier High School. There, an addition was added to the building to accommodate various activities, such as New Years dances, parties, and conducting bingo games The council remained active at the Goode Street address until a decision was made to sell the home...
"For The Good of the Order"
If any Council member is aware of another member or members' family needing prayer due to illness or an unfortunate circumstance please contact the "Council 893" Fraternal Director, Doug Blackburn at DougWBlackburn@yahoo.com
Additionally, Fraternal Services sends "Congratulations", "Get Well", "Sympathy" and "Thank You" cards on behalf of the brothers of Council 893, just provide Doug with the details of the needs and a name and full address to have this accomplished."
2014 Lenten Fish Fry at St Bede Family Life Center
The Knights of Columbus Council 893 will kick off Lent by cooking our now famous "Lenten Fried Fish Dinners" this upcoming 1st Friday of Lent March 7th. We will also cook for the 3rd and 5th Fridays on March 21st and April 4th. All dinners will be served in the St Bede Family Life Center beginning at 5:30pm. Cost: $7 per person and $4 for children 8 and under which only covers the cost of food. (Reservations must be made by calling the Church office the Tuesday prior to the Fish Fry so we may provide ample food for all in attendance.) We always enjoy giving back to our Parishes and this is one of our favorite activities. These fish frys are always well attended so call and make your resevation to join us and your fellow parishinors for fun and fellowship. Most importantly, Stations of the Cross will follow each dinner at 7pm in the church.
Knights to Cook for 2013
St Bede Fall Festival
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Video Daily Reflections
The U.S. bishops’ Catholic Communication Campaign (CCC) has expanded its streaming video site, CCC-TV, to include daily reflections, interviews and stories of faith that offer a range of engaging multimedia content. The new features give visitors the opportunity to experience the rich tapestry of Catholic faith from diverse perspectives and learn about the activities of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and the Church across the country. Daily reflections offer brief commentaries on the Mass readings of the day. The Archdioceses of Galveston-Houston, New Orleans, Miami, San Antonio, Washington, D.C and the Dioceses of Fort Wayne-South Bend and Raleigh are currently participating. Several other dioceses are scheduled to tape reflections for the coming year.