Knights Called to ‘Creative Courage’
In his first annual report, Supreme Knight Patrick Kelly urges members to follow the models of St. Joseph and Blessed Michael McGivney
Supreme Knight Patrick Kelly addressed the Knights membership during the Order’s 139th Supreme Convention, held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In his first annual report to the Order, Supreme Knight Kelly urged his brother Knights to find creative solutions to adapt to the challenges of the pandemic and other cultural challenges facing Catholics today.
“On every front, the end of the pandemic is an invitation to action,” the supreme knight said. “Charity is our highest calling, and it demands our renewed focus. Where there’s pain, let us heal. Where there’s grief, let us comfort. Where there’s need, let us meet it, in new and creative ways.”