Knights of Columbus Yard Sale in Kensington

Saturday, June 4 the Knights held their Yard Sale on the church grounds at St. Mary’s Holy Family Church.

The Corner of Pleasant Street and North Broadway, Kensington

An anchor point for the corner was the new KofC “Pop Up Canopy”, that sheltered the table containing the goodie basket of Island Treats and the Donation Jar for the Ukraine.

Brother Knights under the Canopy (if it had sunny or raining it would have served us well).

The principal focus of the Yard Sale was to provide funds for the Annual Scholarship provided to a graduating student from St. James or St. Mary’s Holy Family Parishes to assist them in their first year of college/university.

Happy Browsers and Buyers

Over $1,300.00 dollars came in and it was a great fraternal project that was welcomed by the parish and neighbourhood after the disruption of Covid-19 for the last couple of years.


We are all aware of the impact that COVID 19 has had on every segment of society. 

This pandemic has forced us all to adapt, some of it with difficulty and a certain amount of hesitation. 

However, the ability to adapt was on show today as I had the privilege to welcome 17 Brother Knights into the 4th Degree. 

This was accomplished utilizing a virtual ceremony hosted by the District Master of New Brunswick and included Knights from both Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. 

Our group here on the Island was divided into 2 groups, one located in Charlottetown and the other in Tignish. 

My thanks to our guests, State Deputy SK Mike White, and Past Vice Supreme Master SK Ralph Dunn for your presence. 

Also, to Faithful Navigator SK Roger Burke of Belcourt Assembly here in Charlottetown and Faithful Navigator

SK Louis Shea of MacEachern Assembly in Tignish for your commitment and dedication to our Order.  

To my Worthy Marshall SK Ghassan Kassouf for being my right hand and always there ready to step in.  And finally, to you, Sir Knights welcome to the 4th Degree. 

It is truly my honour to serve as your District Master for Prince Edward Island.

Dan Miller

The following photo was submitted by Faithful Navigator of the Bishop MacEachern Assembly (Prince County) Sir Knight Louis Shea of those Knights who became 4th Degree Knights this past Saturday 12 March 2022 and were participating in the Virtual 4th Degree Exemplification from Tignish. 

They were part of the group of 17 PEI Knights who participated in the Virtual 4th Degree Exemplification in which 35 Knights from NB, NS and PEI were called to 4th Degree honours.  In the picture, the new Sir Knights from the Tignish area are wearing ceremonial baldrics that were donated to the  council by Lorna DesRoches in memory of Sir Knight Glen DesRoches.


The PEI District of the K of C will be participating in a 4th Degree Exemplification on 22 March 2022 commencing at 9:30AM.

This ceremony will be conducted virtually and is hosted by the New Brunswick District.

All 3rd Degree Knights are invited and encouraged to participate.

For more information, please contact your Grand Knight or SK Dan Miller, PEI District Master at: or 902-393-4621.


North Rustico Knights & Students Honour Veterans

A group of Grade 9 students on P.E.I.’s North Shore pitched in to help North Rustico get ready for Remembrance Day — by lending a hand with the community’s display in honour of its veterans. 

The display features hundreds of tiny crosses, each bearing the name of a local veteran. The project was organized by the Knights of Columbus in 2020, and this year they asked a group of local students to help them set it up at the local cenotaph. 

“It’s very important for the Knights of Columbus, and for the community, to make a connection with the youth today so that they can remember, and hopefully we pass the torch to the next generation,” said James Donnelly, grand knight with the Knights of Columbus (KOC).

“I think the students probably have a connection, they probably have a relative or a great-grandfather or a great-uncle in this list of names here. I hope that they understand that it’s a connection to their past.”

To read the full article from CBC click on the link below:

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