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Knight of Columbus

Holy Family CC

Council 15234

The Holy Family Catholic Church, Council 51234 was founded in 2011. Our council works closely with the Holy Family Catholic Church.

Our council is part of many organizations within the Holy Family Catholic Church community who work together to support our Church leaders, our Church members and our Nashville community as a whole.
Knight of Columbus Council 15234 is located at the Holy Family Catholic Church just east of Wilson Pike at the entrance to Crockett Park.

Why you should become a Knight

Help those in need, serve your parish, grow your faith, and access top-rated insurance ...

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Change Your Life in 24 Hours Can Change Your Life

Giving just one full day a year to Knights of Columbus activities can make an enormous difference in your life.

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Did You Know?

In 2011, Knights of Columbus raised and distributed more than $158 million...

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Michael J. McGivney

The Life and Legacy of Father Micheal J. McGivney

At the first memorial service for deceased Knights, this tribute was accorded him:

“He was a man of the people. He was zealous of the people’s welfare, and all the kindliness of his priestly soul asserted itself more strongly in his unceasing effort for the betterment of their condition… Oh, Reverend Founder… that act alone which gave life to the Knights of Columbus has surely secured for thee everlasting joy and eternal peace.”

The Life and Legacy of Father Micheal J. McGivney

“He was zealous of the people’s welfare, & all the kindliness of his priestly soul asserted itself more strongly in his unceasing effort for the betterment of their condition… that act alone which gave life to the Knights of Columbus has surely secured for thee everlasting joy & eternal peace.”



Calendar Event Timeline

  • 01 Dec
    Assembly (4th Degree) Meeting 06:30 PM to 08:00 PM

    For 4th Degree Knights. Meets FIRST TUESDAY of every month.

  • 04 Dec
    Carols and Cocktails All Day

  • 10 Dec
    Rosary then Council Biz Meeting 06:15 PM to 08:15 PM

    Special All council meeting due to Christmas

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    Meeting ID: 937 5155 5485 / Password: 550155
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  • 01 Dec - 10 Dec
  • 05 Jan - 28 Jan
  • 02 Feb - 25 Feb
  • 02 Mar - 25 Mar
  • 06 Apr - 22 Apr
  • 04 May - 27 May
  • 01 Jun - 24 Jun
  • 06 Jul - 22 Jul
  • 03 Aug - 26 Aug
  • 07 Sep - 23 Sep

Knights of Columbus Insurance

Unlike many fraternal organizations, Knights of Columbus does not require the purchase of insurance for membership. It is voluntary. However, a man must be a member before he is eligible to purchase insurance for himself or family.

Since our founding in 1882, the primary mission of the Knights of Columbus has been to protect families from the financial ruin caused by the death of the breadwinner. In the beginning, Venerable Father Michael J. McGivney and his fellow Knights “passed the hat” to benefit widows and orphans.

From that humble start, the Order has grown to include top-rated life insurance, long-term care insurance and retirement products joining the elite ranks of the most highly rated insurance companies in North America. With more than $92 billion of insurance in force and a full-time field force of more than 1,400 serving our members and their families, we are proudly fulfilling Fr. McGivney’s vision.

As a Knights of Columbus Insurance certificate holder, there are two free fraternal benefit programs exclusive to Knights and their families: Family Fraternal Beneift Program and Orphan Fraternal Benefit Program.

Family Fraternal Benefit Program makes available to eligible family members five distinct types of assistance. To be eligible, the member must be in good standing with his Council and either he or his wife must be insured under a Knights of Columbus certificate requiring an annual premium of at least $150, or providing at least $5,000 permanent life insurance coverage.

Orphan Fraternal Benefit Program started at the founding of the Order. Knights of Columbus has always been concerned about the welfare of the child who loses both parents. These benefits are designed to reach out to families, especially at times when they are devasted by the intrusion of untimely death, whether of parent or offspring, or by health condition of child. With this program, the child must be under 19 years of age and be insured by an individual Knights of Columbus certificate.

The best way to learn about our products is by arranging a visit with a local field agent. Your agent can custom design an insurance program to meet your current needs, help you plan for the future or simply explain the many fraternal benefits that come with membership.

Council 15234 Field Agent: Paul Daigle, FIC

What the Order Stands for Today

By their deeds shall you know them.

The Knights of Columbus is very much a grassroots organization. The international body does not dictate the charitable programs and activities of local councils. Rather, local councils develop the programs they believe will best serve the needs of their communities.

Who May be a Member?

Open to any practical Catholic man in union with the Holy See

Membership is the Knights of Columbus is open to any practical Catholic man in union with the Holy See who is not less than 18 years of age on his last birthday. A practical Catholic is one who lives up to the Commandments of God and the Precepts of the Catholic Church.

Knights of Columbus - Council 15234 membership invitation

For additional information visit:
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Fathers for Good

The Knights of Columbus international headquarters is located in New Haven, Connecticut. Led by the Supreme Knight, the chief executive officer of the Knights, the office provides administrative support and leadership for our more than 14,000 local units.

Supreme Council Office

Fathers for Good is an initiative for men by the Knights of Columbus. Whether you are a seasoned dad, a new dad, a dad to be, or a single guy wanting to know more about fatherhood, consider learning more about becoming the best father you can be.

Fathers for Good
  • Faith
  • Community
  • Family
  • Youth
  • Fellowship


As Knights, our faith is our foundation. Dedicated to the Catholic Church’s growth and her good works, we support religious outreach, promote vocations, and provide financial support for seminarians and postulates. This way, we help support our Church and strengthen our personal faith.



As committed as we are to the Catholic Church, so are we to our communities. By actively and financially supporting Special Olympics, by leading the charge in pro-life, or by safeguarding the environment, Knights of Columbus members all over the world have helped countless communities prosper.



As fathers and husbands, serving our families is not only part of what we do, it’s part of who we are. To that end, Knights of Columbus councils offer programs that strengthen family and marital bonds by holding numerous family focused events, including the “Family of the Month” program that honors outstanding families. Most importantly, as Knights, we are able to provide assistance and support to Knights and their families whenever needed.



The importance of helping today’s youth become tomorrow’s leaders is also a huge focus of the Order. For that reason, many local councils sponsorColumbian Squire Circles, the Order’s official youth organization for Catholic young men, ages 10–18, which provide them the unique opportunity to developleadership skills. Additionally, through activities such as the Catholic Citizenship Essay contest, the Substance Abuse Poster contest, and the annual FreeThrow championship, the Knights of Columbus assists youth in building a strong sense of civic and religious responsibility.



To be a Knight means to believe in each other as we believe in ourselves; realizing that by creating strong, social, and supportive local councils, we help create a stronger Order worldwide and ensure an even stronger future.


Council 51234 - Charities / Organizations Supported

  • American Cancer Society

    Memorial Foundation, Hope Lodge, 2008 Charlotte Ave, Nashville, TN 37203
  • Aquinas College Right To Life

    4210 Harding Pike, Nashville, TN 37205
  • Arc of Williamson County

    129 West Fowlkes Street, Suite 151 Franklin, TN 37064
  • Bishops Burse

    2014 - Essay Winners
  • Brightstone

    140 Southeast Parkway Court, Franklin, TN 37064
  • Dominican Sisters Postulants

    801 Dominican Drive, Nashville, TN 37228
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