Rival Knights Of Columbus Councils Clash Swords Over Territory

June 8, 2014 by  
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  (Photo: Shealah Craighead) Orlando, FL–Rival councils of the Knights of Columbus clashed with one another on Friday at Our Lady of Good Intentions parish hall in Orlando, Florida, officials have confirmed. At least 12 Knights were injured. “We believe that the clash may have started after two Knights of Columbus Field Agents attempted to sell life insurance to the same prospective... Read More

Knights Of Columbus Totally Not Catholic Version Of Freemasons

March 24, 2014 by  
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New Haven, CT––The Knights of Columbus, which are made up of wealthy white men and organized into Jurisdictions, Districts, and Councils boasting of over 14,000 local units in America alone, were founded by Fr. Michael J. McGivney, who was totally a real person and whose real name was, no joke, “McGivney,” with the mission, “to prevent Catholic men from entering secret societies... Read More

Family Fighting For Good Seats At Christmas Mass With The Zeal Of 12th Century Crusaders

December 24, 2013 by  
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Reporting that he and his family had been forced from their aisle seat just minutes after acquiring it, 48-year-old Brenden O’Malley told EOTT moments ago that he would “not rest till his aisle seat was once again reclaimed.” “Beset, as I was, and routed from my aisle seat by congregants that only attend the Holy Mass on Christmas and Easter, my family and I surrendered... Read More