The Knights of Columbus was organized as a fraternal benefit society in New Haven, Connecticut in 1882 by the Rev. Michael McGivney.  The purpose of this fraternal order of laymen is to support the Church and the country by means of charity, unity, fraternity and patriotism.  It works tirelessly to reach out to widows and orphans, defending the unborn and aged, providing assistance to the hungry, the homeless, those physically and mentally challenged, and for vocations to ministry within the Church.  Membership is open to men of 18 years or older who are practicing Catholics.

Guardian Angels is home to our local Father Lynch Council #4188.   Men interested in joining the Knights of Columbus can contact Grand Knight Terry Clayton by email at  or call 248-795-9698. Go to to join online.

February 19, 26; March 5, 12, 19, 26; April 2
4:30pm – 7:00pm Carside at the Hall | No Dine In
K of C Hall | 870 Main St., Clawson

Cost: $10

Meal consists of 3 pieces of fried fish, macaroni and cheese,
vegetable, baked potato, and a brownie.

A limited number of meals will be prepared..

Please call 248-435-0765 (no texts) or email to pre-order by 6:00pm on Wednesdays.
Leave your name, number of dinners, time of desired pick up, and phone number.


Come on Friday and place your order in the drive thru.

Please enter through the East Elmwood entrance and follow the one-way traffic and instructions. Exit west.

Thank you for helping support our charities!




Our Knights of Columbus Council 4188 is proud to announce they were able to support two seminarians with $500 scholarships – Deacon John Dudek, studying at the Pope St. John XXIII seminary in Massachusetts and serving here at Guardian Angels, and Karl Finkbeiner studying at Scared Heart Major Seminary in Detroit. Please add these gentlemen to your prayers.

Pictured is Deacon John Dudek accepting the $500 check from Council 4188 Chancellor and Vocations Director Mark Conger and District Deputy John Reeser Sunday before the 9:00 Mass.


Updated information from Archbishop Vigneron and the Archdiocese of Detroit|