Pope Saint John Paul II – Assembly 2937

On February 22, 1900, the first Fourth Degree exemplification or degree ceremony was held in New York City.  The Fourth Degree imparts a lesson on the virtue of patriotism.  The primary purpose of this degree is to foster the spirit of patriotism in members and the community at large and encourage active Catholic citizenship.  Today there are more than 300,000 Fourth Degree Knights.
Assembly 2937 meets on the fourth Thursday of every month at 7 p.m. in the lower level at St. Mark Catholic Church.

Fourth Degree Uniform

2021/2022 Assembly Officers

Faithful Navigator: John Wheeler
Faithful Captain:  Bill Christian
Faithful Pilot:  Jason Thrun
Faithful Comptroller: Dan Zielinski
Faithful Purser:  Jason Thrun
Faithful Scribe:  Adam N.
Faithful Admiral:  Tim Mosholder
Faithful Inner Sentinel:  Rex Rhinehart
Faithful Outer Sentinel:  Rich Starr
Trustee 1 Year:  Chet Elder
Trustee 2 Year:  Dave Stauber
Trustee 3 Year:  Bernie Kuta

U.S. Flag

Faithful Freedom Flags Procedures

With the approval of Douglas County & Highlands Ranch Metro District,
American flags, poles, and permanent ground sleeves donated to Douglas County was initiated by the Knights of Columbus – Assembly 2937.  Click on the button below to learn more about the flag procedures.

Flag Procedures


Click on the button below to access the 2022 flag schedule.

2022 Schedule