Knights of Columbus

Monterey Council 1465

 ~ 100 Years of Charity & Dedication to the Catholic Faith ~


In Service To One In Service To All



Council Meetings

2nd Wednesday: Social, 6:30 pm

4th Wednesday: Business Mtg, 7 pm

462 Webster St. Monterey, CA.

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Grand Knight (2017-2018)

Mike Sutton




The Monterey Council #1465 of The Knights of Columbus was formed on February 6, 1910 and is among the oldest councils in California. Its members come from all walks of life, ages, ethnicities, political affiliations and professions, but all are practicing Catholic men of strong moral character. Members are parishioners of San Carlos Cathedral in Monterey, St. Angela Merici Church in Pacific Grove, St. Thomas Aquinas Chapel at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) in Monterey and other local Catholic parishes of the Monterey Diocese. Many knights are involved with various ministries of the church.

From the time of its inception to current day, the Monterey Council has donated its time and resources to raise funds for a wide variety of charities and noble causes. Council events vary from organizing and participating in blood drives, sponsoring local Catholic students, sponsoring Catholic vocations, honoring our U.S. military, food donations to the poor, youth activities and fundraising for the Special Olympics and Gateway Center, just to name a few.


Charity, Unity, Fraternity & Patriotism








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