We are the highly visible Knights as we wear the well-known regalia with cape and sword. Don’t let our attire confuse you. It is only worn for formal events, parades, honor guards, and at special masses in a parish or for the Bishop of the Raleigh Diocese. Most of the time, however, you will find us hard at work in our church or community working to improve life, share our skills to help others, raising funds for the homeless, and promoting citizenship and patriotism.
Above all, we are men of strong religious belief and support our church and parish priests. As an Assembly, we are championing Divine Mercy, St Maria Faustina, the Divine Mercy Chaplet, and the many other programs that support Divine Mercy.
Our Assembly is hosted by the Paul J. Trageser Council, 10910, but our membership also includes Knights from the many Durham and neighboring councils. Membership is open to transferring-in members of the Fourth Degree and to newly exemplified members in October of each year.
Divine Mercy Assembly is one of the newer Assemblies in the North Carolina District of the Desoto Province. We were formed on September 27th, 2006, and were approved by the Supreme Master on October 28th, 2006.
Our meetings are held on the FOURTH Thursday of each month at the Friends and Family Hall, St. Thomas More Catholic Church. We meet at 6:30 pm.
Social Events are held regularly to build strong family bonds. Knights are Brothers. We typically dine with our ladies in one of the many great restaurants nearby. We are very social and enjoy our time together. A Fourth Degree Knight is a lifetime member of the Knights of Columbus.
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