All Saints Assembly 954
• P.O. Box 1026 • Johnstown, PA 15907-1026 • (814) 749-5064 •
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Why a Fourth Degree?
The Fourth Degree was first considered in 1886, just four weeks after the Order
was founded. Enthusiasm over the degree led various councils to seek additional
one. Because the Supreme Council of 1886 was busy establishing its governing
structure, developing its insurance program, and electing a new supreme knight,
the proposals for an additional degree were set aside for future discussion.
The All Saints Assembly meets in the Basement Hall at the Resurrection Parish, 324 Chestnut Street in the Cambria City section of Johnstown Pennsylvania. The current Faithful Navigator is John George. You can contact him by phone at (814) 749-5064.
Fourth Degree Meetings of the All Saints Assembly (954) are held in the Resurrection Parish Basement Hall, at Fourth Avenue and Chestnut Street in the Cambria City section of Johnstown, PA. These meetings are held at 7:30 PM on the first Wednesday of each month.
about our assembly
The Knights of Columbus was founded in the basement of
Saint Mary's Church in
New Haven, Connecticut. There, on October 2, 1881, The Venerable Father
Michael J. McGivney and a small group of parishioners organized a Catholic
fraternal society. On March 29, 1882, the Knights of Columbus was incorporated
by an act of the Connecticut State Legislature. The first Fourth Degree
Exemplification was held in New York City on February 2, 1900, with over 1,400
Sir Knights exemplified. Originally, Sir Knights were active as uniformed
members of their Councils, but a 1910 reorganization of the Order established
that Sir Knights should be gathered into their own groups, known as Assemblies.
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