Mass State Council

Officers for the Fraternal Year


Donald Lattig, FDD #155

Rev. Robert T. Kickham #107

First Vice-President
Joseph McHugo, FDD #2259

Second Vice-President
Paul G. O’Sullivan, SD #6063

Financial Secretary
Robert M. Olson, DD, PP #271

Recording Secretary
Jamie Kaszanek #107

Russell Steinbach, IPSD, PP #107

Paul Flanagan, ST #200

James McLaughlin,DGK #107

Inside Guard
Edward Butler, FDD # 6063

Outside Guards
Dean Arnold, DD #2259
Frank Simpson, FDD #10289

Trustee 3 Years
Patrick Curley, SMD, IPP #4336

Trustee 2 Years
Michael J. Baldner, PSD, PP #107

Trustee 1 Year
Robert J. Rolinson, SED, PP #62

Knights of Columbus
Boston Chapter
470 Washington St. Suite #6, Norwood MA 02062
An Association Of Knights of Columbus Councils
Beginning Our Second Century Of Service To Our Church And Community

The Knights of Columbus Boston Chapter meets on the last Wednesday of each month at 7:30 pm, usually at the Knights of Columbus Greater Quincy Council # 2259, 5 Hollis Ave, North Quincy. In months that have 5 Wednesdays we meet at various local Councils. If you would like to host a Chapter Meeting at your Council please contact the Chapter at .
See our calendar below for information on meetings and events.

The Boston Chapter History and Mission

The Boston Chapter of the Knights of Columbus was established in 1902 with its primary function being providing help to underprivileged children in the Archdiocese of Boston. Each year, the Chapter sponsors a "Day in the Country" which is funded by donations from members and Councils in the jurisdiction of Massachusetts through our annual Red Stocking Drive. The Chapter also provides funding for children and family events sponsored by non-profit agencies. This has been our mission, and one which continues today, but only with the continued support of our members.

The Annual Red Stocking Drive is our major fundraiser of the fraternal year, and you can be certain that, with the exception of the cost of the mailing, every penny that is contributed goes directly to charity to assist those less fortunate among us.

The Knights of Columbus places the virtue of charity foremost among our principles. So, too, is the virtue of unity. It is our hope that through the continuing combined generosity of all our Brother Knights, the Boston Chapter will be able to further our mission of aiding needy children, and charities which support them. Below are listed just some of the charities we support and we ask for your prayers that our mission will be a success.

Membership in the Boston Chapter is open to any Council located within the Archdiocese of Boston. Each member Council is welcome to attend the monthly meetings and participate in the business of the Chapter and as the need arises request funds for a worthy child or family related endeavor. The annual dues for each Council is $25.00. Each Council is entitled to be represented at the Chapter Meeting by the Grand Knight and 5 Delegates.

Here are just some of the organizations that the Boston Chapter
has been able to assist through the generosity of our members:
All Saint’s Food Pantry - Haverhill
Boston Catholic Television
Boston Police Area C Children’s Christmas Party
Bread of Life – Malden
Camp Allen
Camp Fatima
Catholic Action League of Massachusetts
Catholic Charities
Christmas in the City
Condon School Children’s Christmas Party
Dorchester Special Olympics
Friends of the Unborn
Germantown Youth Center
Good Shepherd
Grace and Hope Missions
Kennedy Donovan Center
The Laboure Center
Lawrence Youth Center
Life Teen (Saint Mary’s – Dedham)
Little House
Massachusetts Special Olympics
May’s Home for Children
Mission Safe
Missionary Sisters of Mercy
Preofessional Center for Child Developement - Andover
Quincy Teen Mothers
Riley’s Walk
Sacred Heart Food Pantry – Roslindale
Sacred Heart Youth Center – Middleboro
Sacred Hearts Parish
Saint Francis Parish
Saint Patrick’s Parish
Saint Paul’s Archdiocesan Choir
Saint William’s Parish
Sisters of Saint Joseph

E-mail , click on the button below or text us to sign up for our e-mail list to receive regular updates and meeting reminders.

2014 Boston Chapter Harbor Cruise

2014 Evening with Jim Plunkett at Quincy Council #2259

2012 Boston Chapter Day in the Country at Canobie Lake Park

Officers and Members of the Boston Chapter with various groups that attended the Day in the Country

2012 Boston Chapter July Cookout

Resident chef Russ Steinbach cooking for the members of the Chapter


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