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S+L BLOG: Carl Anderson



The Vatican’s television production centre, Centro Televisivo Vaticano (CTV) has been slowly moving towards broadcasting in high-definition. Today they took a giant leap forward in that direction. Thanks to Sony and the Knights of Columbus, CTV is the proud new owner of a mobile broadcast truck fully capable of broadcasting in high definition. Speaking to ...read more
Today was the first day of work at the Knights of Columbus Supreme Annual Convention in Washington D.C. Traditionally the convention kicks off with a concelebrated Mass at the conference venue. This year was a little different and whole lot more spectacular. The opening Mass was celebrated at the Basilica of the National Shrine of ...read more
Pope John Paul II described them as the “strong right arm of the Church,” and many a priest would consider them backbone to parish activities. More than just an “arm” or a “backbone” the Knights of Columbus are the largest organized “body,” so to speak, of lay Catholic men.  In fact, they’ve just cracked over ...read more
The fifth and final encounter of the second year of Nothing More Beautiful airs this Saturday. The theme of this episode is Jesus Christ: Revelation of the Trinity. The catechesis talk is given by Cardinal Marc Ouellet, the Archbishop of Quebec and Primate of Canada, while the Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus Carl ...read more
As if the lovely Sisters of Life retreat weren’t enough, when all of the other retreatants boarded trains to go home, the Salt + Light “retreat team” began ironing our Sunday best in preparation for a visit to the Knights of Columbus Supreme Council headquarters in New Haven, Connecticut. “I don’t know how to ask ...read more
[The following article was written by the Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus Carl Anderson, and originally appeared in the Monday March 26th edition of Zenit.] Twenty-five years ago, Pope John Paul II inaugurated the celebration of World Youth Day — to be celebrated on Palm Sunday each year. He understood — as does ...read more