Rush Info. Session Aug. 31st & Social Sept. 4th

A WARM WELCOME to the Harvard Class of 2015
and to all returning students and fellows across the university!
Please register here to join our email list and learn about the Knights of Columbus.

For gentlemen interested in our fraternity, information and videos are below.
Send all questions and comments to HarvardKnights [at]
You can also view our tentative Calendar of Events.

and founding Grand Knight, speaks with Fr. Rosica of Salt + Light Television 
on what drew him to the Knights and how membership impacted his faith.

(Video courtesy of Salt + Light Television.)

Below are invitations to a RUSH Info. Session (Aug 31st) and Social (Sept 4th).
[ For all Catholic women viewing our site, thanks for your support
and please explore our female counterpart, the Harvard Daughters of Isabella. ]

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Join us for Holy Mass, followed by a RUSH Informational Session on
Wednesday, August 31, 7PM, at St. Paul's Church and Lounge 
Refreshments to be served. Informal attire.
Catholic gentlemen are welcome and encouraged to attend.

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We welcome you to our first joint social with the Harvard Daughters of Isabella on
Sunday, September 4, 9PM, at St. Paul's Catholic Center Lounge
Food, music, and fellowship. Formal attire.
ALL are invited to attend this community event.

The Knights of Columbus is the largest Catholic fraternal organization in the world

(Video courtesy of the Supreme Office via YouTube.)

The Order was founded in 1882 by the Venerable Father Michael J. McGivney to unite Catholic men under the values of charity, unity, fraternity, and patriotism. Since that time, the Order has grown to over 1.8 million members in 15,000 Councils worldwide. In 2006, former Grand Knight and President of the Harvard-Radcliffe Catholic Student Association, Br. Michael V. Brewer ‘07, founded the Pope John Paul II Council (No. 14188) to serve the Harvard Catholic Center based at St. Paul Parish. We now invite you to consider joining our work—a quest to grow in faith while serving those around us.

Membership in the Knights is a unique fraternal experience at Harvard, distinct from other campus organizations. We are a Council of men deeply committed to Christ, Holy Mother Church, and each other's spiritual formation—diligently building up the Kingdom of Christ, one man at a time. Attendance and participation, therefore, are taken with seriousness and dedication. We welcome you to explore our rich history and brotherhood at Harvard, comprised of undergraduate and graduate students, spanning all academic disciplines, as well as faculty, alumni, and young-adult professionals.

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Registration available here