Knights of Columbus – St. Anne Council #10551

The Knights of Columbus are a fraternal Catholic family of single men, husbands, wives, widowers, widows, children and clergy. There are over 1,700,000 members world wide in over 13,000 local Councils and every Council plays an important role in the Knights of Columbus. In Manitoba there are over 7,000 knights in 102 Councils. The Knights of Columbus offer a rich heritage of fraternity, family, and volunteer service to church and community. Strong families are a priority with the Knights of Columbus and you’ll find opportunities for you and your family to enjoy Knight life.


If you are a Catholic man in good standing with the Church and at least 18 years of age, the Knights of Columbus may be just the organization you would like to join. You can become as involved as you wish and your time allows. The Knights offer an opportunity for friendship and fellowship with people who share the same beliefs, and who recognize the same duty to God, to family, to parishioners and to the community. If you are looking for an organization that can enrich your life in many ways, your search may be over. For more information about St. Anne Council, place a note in the Church collection plate during Divine Liturgy or contact one of the following: Grand Knight Bill Cox 334-3324; Membership Director James Rogowsky 663-0365 or 333-5422.



20 minutes before all Liturgies:

4:40 pm / 8:40 am / and 11:10 am

Come and join the Knights of Columbus in praying the

Rosary to our Blessed Mother!The Knights of St. Anne’s

“Keeping Christ in our Lives”




Additional information on the Knights of Columbus is also available at  the following links

Manitoba State Council –

Supreme Council –

Knights of Columbus St. Anne Council #10551 received its charter on February 21, 1991. We have 98 members who dedicate many volunteer hours toward activities with our order, council, parish, church, community, family and youth. We meet at 7:30 p.m. on the first Thursday of the month from September to June in the Parish Hall.