RICHMOND KNIGHTS make TUESDAY the night to get out to WACO BINGO HALL and play. The Richmond Knights are working hard to give BINGO PLAYERS more reasons to make TUESDAY NIGHT with RICHMOND KNIGHTS the night to come and play. THANK YOU ALL.

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Join RICHMOND KNIGHTS each TUESDAY NIGHT at the Waco Bingo Hall 3183 Irvine Rd, Richmond, KY 40475

$1000 Cover All FIRST bingo, $500 Cover All SECOND bingo.

Doors open at 5:00 PM Play starts at 7:00 PM

We welcome all who supported us for years and look forward to everyone having more fun!

Richmond Knights actively support local charities and organizations:

Interested in joining the Richmond Knights of Columbus?

If you’re an adult, male, Roman Catholic, living in the Richmond Kentucky area interested in helping those in need, serving your parish, growing in your faith, the Knights of Columbus is the organization for you.
Becoming a Knight of Columbus can transform your life. As a Knight, you have the opportunity to support your parish, give back to your community.
We are a band of brothers, a network of men in communities around the world dedicated to doing good in the service of God and our neighbor.

Our History:

Late-19th century Connecticut was marked by the growing fraternal benefit societies, anti-Catholic prejudice and dangerous factory working conditions that left many families fatherless. Recognizing a need in his community, Father Michael J. McGivney, the 29-year-old assistant pastor of St. Mary’s Church in New Haven, Conn., gathered a group of men at his parish on Oct. 2, 1881. He proposed establishing a lay organization to prevent Catholic men from entering secret societies antithetical to Church teaching, uniting Catholic men and helping families of deceased members.

To demonstrate their loyalty to their country as well as their faith, these men took Christopher Columbus — recognized as a Catholic and celebrated as the discoverer of America – as their patron. The Knights of Columbus elected officers in February 1882 and assumed corporate status on March 29.

In addition to the Order’s benefits, Catholic men were drawn to the Knights because of its emphasis on serving one’s Church, community and family with virtue. Fraternity and patriotism were added to the Knights’ founding principles of charity and unity in 1885 and 1900, respectively.

The Knights of Columbus is born on Feb. 6, 1882, when the first members choose Columbus as their patron. Immediately after the Order’s March 29 incorporation, Father McGivney sends a diocesan-wide appeal for new members to priests.

What we provide:

Support the parish with its needs.
Help meet the needs of those in the local community.
Provide “Coats for Kids” and support programs that benefit people with intellectual disabilities.
Save lives through initiatives such as the “Ultrasound Program”
Charity is the first principle of the Knights of Columbus. Knights are men who get things done. We volunteer our time to serve our parishes and our communities. And by working together worldwide, Knights of Columbus in total, were able to donate more than $1.5 billion and 683 million volunteer hours to worthy causes in the past decade.

A unique “band of brothers.”
Shared values and the support to live out our Catholic faith more fully.
The ability for our network to accomplish things together that we could not accomplish alone.
Unity and Fraternity are the second and third principles of the Knights of Columbus. The Knights of Columbus was founded so that men could work together to serve their parishes and communities, protect the well being of their Catholic families, and support each other in faith and in many other ways along life’s journey. The Knights of Columbus offers its members the opportunity grow in their faith through living the example of a charity that evangelizes and personifying what it means to be a Catholic gentleman through the practicing of good works.

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