Father White, CSSR
Council 10827
Lititz, PA
Council 10827


2nd Sunday of each month. Rm 104
7:00 Holy Rosary
7:30 -8:00 Meeting
Social Meeting in St. James Hall afterwards

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1st Degrees Our Lady of Lourdes Council #13451 will sponsor one on Oct. 23, Nov. 20 and Dec. 18.
Candidates show at 7 pm, Degree at 7:30 pm.

2nd Degree

3rd Degree

4th Degree Holiday Inn Grantville


Council 10827 makes its home at St. James Catholic Church located at 505 Woodcrest Ave., Lititz, Pa. We meet the 2nd Sunday of each month in room 104 at 7:00 (Holy Rosary) conduct our business meeting from 7:30 to 8:30 pm. We meet afterwards in Our Lady's Center for fellowship and any unfinished discussion to keep our meetings efficient and get to know each other better! Come often and help us grow!

What the Knights of Columbus Stand for

What the Knights Stand For

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Highway Cleanup

Road Crew Needed for Saturday April 18th
Rain Date Saturday April 25th
Meet at St James Church parking lot 7:30 AM
8-10 Brothers needed we should be done in 1 hour to 1- 1/2 hour
Come bring your best trash pick up skills!!!!

Reply to e/mail thwin@ptd.net or call Tom Hayes 717-629-0274

Monthly Socials

Father Wm. White, C.Ss.R.
505 Woodcrest Ave.
Council #10827
Lititz,PA 17543


Respect Life Prayer Breakfest

Respect Life Interfaith Prayer Breakfast
Date: April 19, 2015 Time: 10:15 AM, immediately following the 9:00 Mass Location: St. James Catholic Church, 505 Woodcrest Ave., Lititz, PA 17543 (To be held in the Social Hall, please use rear entrance.)

Presenter: Tammi Morris
Born in 1972, raised by a single mother who refused to abort her and her twin brother, Tammi is no stranger to suffering, abuse, extreme poverty and rejection. At the age of 16 Tammi, became a single mom and was homeless several times, a high school dropout and severely depressed. She would spend the next 18 years of her life, living two different worlds. She was promiscuous, a liar, a thief, a murderer of several of her own unborn children, a lesbian, adulterer, and alcoholic. But by the age 32, she was an accomplished leader in the nonprofi t world, had a beautiful home in the suburbs of Camp Hill and the respect of many. But her personal life was a train wreck. Until one day when the Lord met her on an otherwise normal day and short stretch of highway in York County Pennsylvania. Her world would never be the same. That was 10 years ago and for the last 6 years she has been the executive director of a local non-profi t that helps homeless mothers and children like her own mother and she once was. Come and listen to her story of tragedy, brokenness, hope, redemption and victory.

A free will offering will benefit pro-life ministries in Lancaster County.

Please RSVP Bob Lowe at boblinlowe@windstream.net and mention the number of people attending.