Please Support our Knights of Columbus Congo Project

Please Support our Knights of Columbus Congo Project “ Building a Wellspring of Hope” for St Leo the Great Parish in Kinshasa, Congo.

We are helping their parish drill a well and build sanitary latrines.

You can help by:

  • Write a check to the Knights of Columbus Council #9597 – Congo Project and drop off or mail to our parish office.

Prayer Warriors Needed

Good afternoon Brothers,

We will be signing up prayer warriors on the weekend of March 13-14 after all of the masses. The sign ups will be for one hour shifts across from planned parenthood. Our prayer dates are March 20 and 25 from around 6am to 6pm.
Our prayers have taken on added urgency with the new “stimulus” measure which funnels millions of dollars to planned parenthood in the guise of health care services.
So I’d urge all of my Brother Knights, their wives and their grown up kids to sign up for a one hour prayer shift on one of those days.
Thank you in advance for your consideration and have a blessed day
Don Frevert,
Life Director

What the Knights Do (Feb 20th Edition)

On February 20th Brother Knights Norbert Boeckman, Patrick Stewart (and John Pickard not pictured) picked up trash along W 15th Pl between Kipling and Miller streets. Council 9597 has adopted this stretch of road to keep clean for the City and our community.
“Faith in action is service. Service in action is love”  -Mother Teresa
Vivat Jesus, JPickard GK

Patrick and Norbert

What the Knights Do (Feb 13th Edition)

On February 13th Brother Knights Joseph Lagae, Brent Schuller (and John Pickard not pictured) helped out at the Samaritan House in downtown Denver with cleaning the newly renovated dormitory for homeless women. The renovation included new bunk beds and lockers, and their construction left a bit of a mess. The Knights helped put the finishing touches on cleaning the area so it will be ready to go in the near future.
“Faith in action is service. Service in action is love”  -Mother Teresa
Vivat Jesus, JPickard GK

Joseph and Brent

Knights say “Thank You”

The Knights of Columbus Council 9597 extends to all a giant THANK YOU to the parishioners at Our Lady of Fatima and their friends and extended families for your fantastic support of our 2020 Peaches for Seminarians Donation program!  In absence of our regular peach program, the Knights received donations totaling in excess of $9,500 which will allow us to provide $500 each to 19 seminarians in their journey to become priests.  

As a way of showing our appreciation for your tremendous support of our program, the Knights have a special gift for each of the donors.  You may pick up your gift anytime in the basket at the Miller St. entrance.

The Knights would also like to thank the OLF staff for all of their support, especially for accepting and processing the donations that were mailed or dropped by the church office.

The Knights are looking forward to 2021 with the anticipation for a great peach crop to be produced by the fruitgrowers in the Palisade valley in western Colorado.

Food Drive Results

A big thank you to all of the Brother Knights who were able to come out and help at the food drive today. We were able to raise over $4,000 and filled two vans with food for the Marisol Home and the Little Sister’s food pantries. Great work Brothers.
Vivat Jesus
John Pickard

Food Drive, Saturday May 9th

Our council will be hosting a food drive on Saturday May 9th from 9am to 2 pm to benefit Marisol House and the Little Sisters.  Everyone is encouraged to bring non-perishable food, and/or a donation to help feed our neighbors impacted by this global pandemic.  Details below:

Drive Through Food Drive 
Pick up is also available, if needed.
Now, your support is needed more than ever in these unprecedented times of Covid-19 .
Drive Through Food Drive 
Our Lady of Fatima Knights of Columbus is sponsoring a food drive on Saturday, May 9th from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm
We will be collecting food in the main parking lot of the Church at 1985 Miller St, Lakewood, CO  80215
Please do not get out of your car to maintain social distancing. 
Please put your donation in a place the volunteers can retrieve it from the car such as the back seat, trunk, or bed of a truck. 
If you do not have food at home to donate, no need to go to the store, please consider making a cash donation.
Please click on the link to donate or drop off your donation on Saturday, May 9th from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Pick up Donations:
If you’re unable to make the drop off, we’re happy to come to your home and get your donation off your front porch.
Please contact us before May 9th to make arrangements for pick up at or call 303-877-2642.
We will do pick ups Saturday, May 9th from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm within a 15 minute drive of 1985 Miller St, Lakewood, CO  80215.
Thank you for your help!