Council 6063 is the local Foxborough/Sharon Chapter of the Knights of Columbus. Our goal is to help the local community, support our catholic church and improve the well-being of families around the world. We bring food to the hungry, warm coats to the cold, wheelchairs to those who cant walk and conduct many other programs help those in need. As an organization we:
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Congratulations to Father Matt Westcott for receiving the 63rd Lantern Award!
Interested in becoming a Knight? Join us on the first Friday of every month at St. Mary's Church in Foxboro starting at 8pm to learn more. Want to connect with someone directly? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations to our Scholarship winners! Caroline Cutillo, winner of the Paul Reynolds Scholarship is pictured with her Mother and Grand Knight Todd Phillips. Ryann McGowan, winner of James Stark Nursing Scholarship is pictured with Debby McGowan, Tim McGowan, Courtney McGowan, Krissy Matthews, Dan Bates and Grand Knight Todd Phillips.
Knights of Columbus Council 6063
International Essay Winner
We are proud to announce that the Supreme Knights of Columbus Board of Directors have chosen a winner of the prestigious Knights of Columbus International Catholic Citizenship Essay Contest from Bishop Feehan High School, the school Council 6063 sponsored for the contest!
Nicole O’Brien's essay was chosen from hundreds of entries around the world and, as the Supreme Knights of Columbus noted in the announcement, her essay “truly defines Going into the Peripheries.” Today’s Catholic youth will play a major role in the future direction of the Church, and the Supreme KoC notes that they are on the right track. With a strong base of Catholic beliefs, they will excel in the roles of future priests, sisters, teachers, and legislatures.
Along with Supreme KoC, we congratulate Nicole O’Brien and wish you continued successes on your journey!
Read the winning essay: Going to the Peripheries