Monday, August 13, 2012

Remembering Fr. Michael McGivney


Tomorrow is the anniversary of the death of Fr. Michael McGivney, the saintly founder of the Knights of Columbus. He was declared venerable last year by Pope Benedict.
Father McGivney’s cause for canonization was opened in 1997 by the Archbishop of Hartford. Its diocesan phase has already been completed. The Congregation for the Causes of Saints at the Vatican is currently reviewing Father McGivney’s life and works and investigating two reported miracles attributed to his intercession.
You can learn more info about Fr. McGivney and his cause for canonization here.

2 comments:

Bill said...

As a 4th degree Knight, I am proud of what the Knights stand for. Most recently, we are standing up for the undorn, elderly abd as always, for the mentally handicapped.

Bill said...

As a 4th degree Knight, I am proud of what the Knights stand for. Most recently, we are standing up for the undorn, elderly abd as always, for the mentally handicapped.