Fr. Brabant Assembly

Victoria assemblies host Honour Guard for Bishop Ken Nowakowski State Chaplain

The 4th Degree is a group of outstanding Knights, dedicated to promoting patriotism enlightened by their Catholic faith. The Knights, distinguished by exemplary deeds for God, for country, and for the Order, are united by the Fourth Degree to support religious, civic, and charitable causes.

The first 4th Degree Assembly was formed in Feb 1900 and by all accounts was active in the Victoria area soon after. There is very little recorded history of their activities up to the years preceeding World War II. Prior to 1952. It was known as the Victoria General Assembly. However in 1952 the name was changed to honour one of the earlier priests in the area, Fr. Brabant. 

Membership in the 4th Degree is open to any 3rd Degree Knight in good standing with his home council and who has been a member of the Knights of Columbus for a minimum of 12 months. 

Meetings

 Location  Queen of Peace Community Centre
 Days  3rd Thursday of every Month
 Start Time 7:30 pm 

Queen of the Peace Parish

  • Fourth Degree Knights honour Guard for Bishop Ken
    Feb. 16, 2014 saw both Fr. Brabant Assembly and Bishop Demer's Assembly parade an Honour Guard for Bishop Ken Nowarowski at St. Nicholas Ukraine Church  
    Posted Feb 16, 2014, 4:01 PM by Langford Council
  • 4th Degree Honour Guard for Bishop Gagnon
    Both 4th Degree assemblies from Victoria were present to wish Bishop Gagnon farewell on his new posting as Arc Bishop of Winnipeg

    Posted Dec 10, 2013, 10:22 AM by Langford Council
  • Special Mass at Sacred Heart Honour Guard

    Posted Dec 7, 2013, 2:31 PM by Langford Council
  • Necrology Mass Nov 11th 2013
    SKs of both assemblies participated in a Necrology Mass at Our Lady Star of the Sea RC Chapel in Belmont Park. 
    Posted Dec 4, 2013, 4:54 PM by Langford Council
  • Remembrance Day Honour Guard
    Remembrance day 2013 saw both assemblies participate in the Remembrance day parade in Esquimalt.
    Posted Dec 4, 2013, 4:53 PM by Langford Council
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Langford Council,
Apr 20, 2014, 9:59 PM
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