Welcome to the Knights of Columbus, St. Isaac Jogues Assembly #3333 website! Here you will find all the information regarding our assembly and resources for current, former and prospective fourth-degree Knights. Please take some time to navigate our webpage and feel free to contact us if you have any questions or would like to get involved. We look forward to hearing from you soon!
Officially chartered March 29, 1882 by Father Michael J. McGivney, the Knights of Columbus is the world’s largest Catholic family fraternal service organization. It provides members and their families with volunteer opportunities in service to the Catholic Church, their communities, families and young people. Please take the time to view this feature by clicking here. Our Assembly (#3333), is named after the parish in which it resides, St. Isaac Jogues. Since its inception, our members have spent much of our time working as leaders in our parish and our community to carry out God’s work and setting an example to others through volunteering, fundraising and other works of mercy and charity, as was Fr. McGivney’s vision. The St. Isaac Jogues Assembly has provided another option for fourth-degree Knights in central Florida to participate in an assembly.
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Faithful Assembly Leaders
Other Faithful Leaders
- Vicente Frances – Admiral
- Angelo D. Leonardo – Pilot
- John (Andy) Pickering – Purser
- N/A – Friar
- Joseph Matos – Scribe
- Jose A. Faisca- Inside Sentinel
- Larry W. Smith – Outer Sentinel
- Michael J. Kelly – Three-Year Trustee
- George L. Torres – Two-Year Trustee
- Theodore J. Le Grand – One-Year Trustee
When: Every 1st Monday at 7pm
Where: Social hall
When: Every 2nd Monday at 7pm
Where: Room 2 of Modular B
The locations of the meetings are found at:
St. Isaac Jogues Catholic Church, 4301 S. Chickasaw Trail, Orlando, FL 32829
Supporting the Knights
Throughout the years, the Knights have been successful with their efforts, not just because of the good Catholic men who chose to take a leadership role in the Church, but also because of their extraordinary support working with them. Although some of you may not be eligible to become a Knight, that doesn’t mean you cannot support and work with us. We appreciate all of your volunteer efforts and commitment to setting a strong Christian example for our community.
If you cannot volunteer your time, you can always consider making a donation to the Knights of Columbus. Throughout the year, the Knights have several fundraising events for the church and various charities. For information on how you can make a donation, please contact one of our Assembly officers.