Welcome to Knights of Columbus Council 7447

Council Information                                                   

Council 7447’s host parish is Saint Catherine of Siena Catholic Church, 3019 Cayce Lane, Columbia, TN. The Grand Knight for 2013-2014 is Timothy (Tim) Hinds.  You can contact the Grand Knight by email at: grandknight@kofc7447.org

Want to wear a Council 7447 shirt, sweatshirt or jacket?  You can but you will need to fill out the Knights of Columbus Shirt & Jacket Order Form.  Print out this form and bring it with you to our next meeting. 
Did you recieve that last council newsletter in your email?  If not it most likely means we don't have your correct email address on file.  So take a moment and update us and you can once again recieve our monthly newsletter as well as important council communications via email.

About Our Council                                                       

Thanks to the efforts of Father Michael J. McGivney, assistant pastor of St. Mary’s Church in New Haven, CT and some of his parishioners, the Connecticut state legislature on March 29, 1882, officially chartered the Knights of Columbus as a fraternal benefit society.  Throughout its history, the Knights of Columbus has been an effective advocate and defender of civil and religious rights for all. The organization has also contributed billions of dollars and millions of hours of volunteer service to charity worldwide.

Council 7447 has carried out the principals of charity started by Fr. McGivney by serving the Saint Catherine of Siena parish and Maury County, Tennessee community for 33 years.  Since 1979, the “Brother Knights” of Council 7447 have contributed over 100,000 hours of service and thousands of dollars to the Church and community.


Council Meetings                                                          

Council Business Meetings are held the fourth Wednesday of every month at 7 p.m.
Where: The Social Hall at Saint Catherine of Siena Church. Rosary is at 6:30 p.m.


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Please see our newsletters for contact information or visit your KofC General Agency website

Our Founder

Father Michael J. McGivney
Father Michael J. McGivney

On Oct. 2, 1881, a group of men met in the basement of St. Mary’s Church on Hillhouse Avenue in New Haven. Called together by their 29-year-old parish priest, Father Michael J. McGivney, these men formed a fraternal society that would one day become the world’s largest Catholic family fraternal service organization.

They sought strength in solidarity, and security through unity of purpose and devotion to a holy cause: they vowed to be defenders of their country, their families and their faith.

These men were bound together by the ideal of Christopher Columbus, the discoverer of the Americas, the one whose hand brought Christianity to the New World. Their efforts came to fruition with the incorporation of the Knights of Columbus on March 29, 1882.

They were Knights of Columbus.


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