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Welcome to the Knights of Peter Claver

All Units are requested to schedule their Service Projects
during the month of November - preferably during the weekend of
November 4th - 5th or November 11th - 12th

CLICK HERE FOR SERVICE PROJECT IDEAS, RESOURCES, AND CONTACTS

Official Founders Day Turnout:
November 11th VIgil Mass or November 12th Sunday Mass


We pray for those who were injured
in the recent attack in Las Vegas
and for the repose of the souls
of those who lost their lives. 

We pray for peace
and an end to all violence.

CLAVER DISASTER RELIEF FUND

Please contribute today so that we may be of service to
our Claver Brothers and Sisters affected by natural disasters.

Donations are tax-deductible and will be used strictly for Disaster Relief Support to Claver members and / or churches.
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Over the past few months, the media has been inundated with stories about domestic violence. Given that October is National Domestic Violence Month, even more much needed attention will be focused on this issue as well, which is particularly important. Domestic violence is not new or rare to the Black community. African-American women are more vulnerable to this type of abuse than their white female counterparts. Read More
As with any generation, millennials come with a set of strengths and challenges that shape their seminary experience. Rectors note that making a firm commitment to a vocation is something that can be difficult for young men today. And Father Kartje observes that many millennials’ overexposure to digital media can pose a challenge when it comes to fully entering into the kind of quiet, unmediated prayer with Christ needed to discern his will, what he calls “visual silence.” Read More
“Deeply saddened to learn of the shooting in Las Vegas, Pope Francis sends the assurance of his spiritual closeness to all those affected by this senseless tragedy,” read an Oct. 2 telegram signed by Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin. Read More
On Wednesday Pope Francis recalled his recent visit to Colombia, saying the desire for peace in the country is proof that the violence of their past doesn't have the last word, but rather, the love and mercy of Christ. “Colombia, like most Latin American countries, is a country in which the Christian roots are strong,” the Pope said in his Sept. 13 general audience. Read More
The damage done by Hurricane Harvey is a cause for prayer and preparation to help the storm’s victims, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops has said. “As the Archbishop of Galveston-Houston, this crisis hits very close to home,” conference president Cardinal Daniel DiNardo said Aug. 27. “In solidarity with my brother bishops in this area of the country, I call on people of faith to pray for all of those who have been impacted by this hurricane, and I ask people of good will to stand with the victims and their families. “May God, the Lord of mercy and compassion, protect all who are still in danger, and bring to safety those who are missing. May He care in a special way for those who were already homeless, or without support and resources, before this disaster,” Read More
Catholic bishops from around the country recently condemned the white nationalism at rallies in Charlottesville, Virginia. But what might be lesser known is that the Church has spoken out against racism through the centuries, and still calls for conversion from it. Read More
“Dialogue is critical to resolving this particular issue,” Dr. Joseph Capizzi, a moral theologian at the Catholic University of America, told EWTN News. “We have kicked the can down the road for 50-plus years, with regard to Korea.” “And the further we kick the can down the road, the more difficult the situation becomes, the less solvable it becomes by the use of force. So dialogue is more essential now than it ever was before.” Read More
Catholic YouTube junkies of the world, unite – you are needed for the New Evangelization. That was essentially the message of the recent Catholic YouTubers Hangout, the first-of-its-kind online meeting of dozens of Catholics from around the world who last month about bringing the Gospel to their YouTube channels. About 50 channels logged on to take part, hailing mostly from the United States, but also with channels joining from places like Italy, Brazil and Spain. Read More