Justice for ALL Awards Dinner
  Knights of Columbus Council 6735 Planned Activities and Events for 2014 – 2015
  Saint Peter's Council's Halloween Party-- 25 October

Knights In Action
  Council 6735 Members help St. Michael's Ukrainian Catholic Church

  Federal Educa-shun: Common Core's Growing Resistance
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Council 6735 at 43 West Maple Street, Merchantville, NJ 08109-5141 US - Home

Welcome to Our Website

 Welcome to the Saint Peter’s Council 6735 of the Knights of Columbus. 

Father Michael J. McGivney and a handful of Catholic laymen founded the Knights of Columbus in 1882, in the basement of St. Mary’s Catholic Church in New Haven, Connecticut.   The aim of the founder was to set up a parish-based lay organization that offered insurance benefits to the widows and children of members. In an era when parish and fraternal societies were popular, Father McGivney felt there should be some way to strengthen the religious faith of his flock and provide financial support for families overwhelmed by illness or the death of the breadwinner. 


Today the Knights of Columbus have grown from that one local unit, or council, to over 15,000 councils in the United States (including Puerto Rico and Guam), Canada, Mexico, the Philippines, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Panama, the Bahamas, the Virgin Islands, Guatemala, Poland, Ukraine, Lithuania, Korea, and Saipan.  


Membership is 1,843,587 members, plus their families - approximately 5.6 million people total - many of whom are actively involved in volunteer service programs for the Catholic Church, their communities, their families, young people and one another.


The Knights of Columbus, the world's largest organization of Catholic men and their families, has been called "the strong right arm of the Church," and has been cited by popes, presidents and other world leaders for support of the Church, for programs of evangelization and Catholic education, for civic involvement and aid to those in need.

This is our home on the Internet. Here you will find the latest news and information about us. Please take a moment to visit the on-line Calendar for upcoming events and our News page for featured articles. Our NEWS PAGE  has latest news & a lot of ACTION ITEMS. These we ask for you to send a message to our public officials to tell them YOUR opinion on current events. This section is updated almost daily.

Also check out News & Information pages marked "Via RSS" these are constantly updated electronically with the latest news & information.

At the bottom of the each page is a footer cotrolled exclusively by The Vatican Information Service. The instant the Vatican issues a news item, it is shown here. Plus we get direct seperate messages from the Vatican, these are listed in the box marked "News From The Vatican"

 You can find out more about the Knights at the SUPREME COUNCIL website, the NJ STATE COUNCIL web site. For Fourth Degree information visit the Bishop Justin J. Mc Carthy web site. All of these can be found on our LINKS page.


Other items will be listed under appropriate headings such as Knight's In Action, Insurance, etc.

 Visitors are invited to sign up for our on-line mailing list for special news and announcements. We hope you enjoy your visit and encourage you to check back often for updates!

Council members who have news that they would like to share with the council and have published here should contact Council Public Relations Chairman Andy Zazzera, PGK


A Great Family Movie

When the Game Stands Tall is a film currently in theaters nationwide. It stars Jim Caviezel and is based on a true story of the incredible winning streak of a Catholic high school football team. It is both an amazing story and one with a strong moral message. Supreme Knight Carl Anderson's says ...

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Justice for ALL Awards Dinner

The 2014 Annual Justice for ALL Dinner will take place at Adelphia Grand Ballroom in Deptford on Thursday, September 25th at 5:30 p.m., tickets are $95.00 per person. All proceeds will be used to provide direct assistance to clients in all six counties of the diocese: Atlantic, Camden, Cape May, ...
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Saint Peter's Council's Halloween Party-- 25 October

The Halloween party is scheduled for Saturday, October 25th.  Start talking it up and let's get a big group out for the festivities.  Tickets will be available shortly and you will be notified when they're ready.
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Council 6735 Members help St. Michael's Ukrainian Catholic Church

Saint Peter’s Council 6735 in Merchantville, NJ assisted members of Saint Michael’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, in Cherry Hill, NJ to move items & prepare their Lower Church for cleaning and fixing a mold issue. When you meet these brothers, thank them for their work. If you are not a ...
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Assisted Suicide

You will recall that in June the Aid in Dying for the Terminally Act A2270 (Doctor Assisted Suicide) was withdrawn before a vote by the full Assembly because it lacked one or two favorable votes. The bill’s sponsor has pledged to bring the bill back again in September for a vote. Here is a ...
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Respect Life Leaders Gathering 

The Diocese of Camden will be holding a Respect Life Leaders Gathering on Saturday, October 18, 2014 at St. Charles Borromeo in Sicklerville. It will be from 8:30 am – 3:00 pm, and should be a great time, featuring a keynote speaker, Mass and communal prayer, breakfast and lunch, ...
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Senate Bill S2578

This bill would overturn state laws throughout the US that restrict or limit abortion. Our bishops have spoken out strongly against it: Cardinal O’Malley, Archbishop Lori to Senate: Oppose Bill that Attacks Religious Freedom WASHINGTON—In a letter sent July 14 to all U.S. Senators, ...
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The Supreme Council offers us the opertunity to help Christians Extinction in Iraq

The Supreme Council offers us the offers us the offers us the offers us the offers us the opportunity opportunity opportunity to to help Christians Extinction in elp Christians Extinction in elp Christians Extinction in elp Christians Extinction in elp Christians Extinction in elp Christians ...
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Assisted Suicide

You will recall that in June the Aid in Dying for the Terminally Act A2270 (Doctor Assisted Suicide) was withdrawn before a vote by the full Assembly because it lacked one or two favorable votes. The bill’s sponsor has pledged to bring the bill back again in September for a vote. Here is a ...
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ARE YOU ONE OF THE THOUSANDS OF NEW JERSEYANS NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE?   Have you moved into the state or to a new county since the last election? Turned 18 recently? Are you recently married?   WHAT’S YOUR OPINION?   If you’re not registered to vote, your opinion ...
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Fundraiser for State Deputy Andy Lipenta

It is that time of the year to help our State Deputy, Andy with the annual fund raiser. It is a 40 point football pool. The cost of a spot is $50 for the season. Only 32 spot will be sold. Teams will be assigned by a drawing. Your team must finish a game with the score of 40 points  for ...
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The Summer Three for All Program

Council 6735 initiates "The Summer Three for All Program"  This is for any brother who brings in 3 new members into his council from July 1st to September 30th will receive a special embroidered golf type shirt. I'm actively recruiting younger members who have recently turned 18 ...
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Little Wars = World War III?

War is caused not only by those who wage it directly but also by those who do not do everything in their power to avoid it."—St. John Paul II, 1979   Has "World War III" already begun, without any formal declaration?   Perhaps... if Pope Francis is ...
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Eagles vs Redskins

  The Council 6735 of the Knights of Columbus are raffling off 3 tickets to the Eagles versus Redskins at Lincoln Financial Field on Sept. 21st at 1 pm.  The tickets are in Section 36 Row 18 and a parking pass is included.  The drawing will occur on Sept. 16th at 8 pm and the ...
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DVD tells story of Knights of Columbus founder

A documentary about Venerable Michael McGivney, the 19th century priest who founded the Knights of Columbus, is now available on DVD. “At a time when Catholics and Catholic immigrants were being marginalized, Father McGivney saw the opportunity to bring the men of his parish together to ...
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Knights of Columbus set record for global charitable giving

The Knights of Columbus continued to set records for charitable giving and volunteer hours, making this the 14th consecutive year they've increased their contributions. For the 2013 year, the Knights donated nearly $170 million and volunteered more than 70.5 million hours, according to their ...
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Knights of Columbus will match donations to aid persecuted Iraqis

The Knights of Columbus have established a matching fund to assist Christians and other religious minorities facing severe persecution or displacement in Iraq and nearby countries. “The unprovoked and systematic persecution and violent elimination of Middle East Christians, as well as ...
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Knights' collection for persecuted Iraqis passes $2 million

A Knights of Columbus relief fund for persecuted Iraqi refugees has now surpassed $2 million, and the order has released a special prayer to add a spiritual dimension to the humanitarian response. “It has shocked the conscience of the world that people are systematically being purged from ...
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