The St. Louis the King Council is located at 12290 Folly
Quarter Road, in the Manor House of the Franciscan Friary in Ellicott
City. The Council is part of St. Louis the King Parish in Clarksville,
Maryland. The Grand Knight for 2013-2014 is Jim Garippa. You can contact the
Knights by phone at 443-995-1211, or by email here.
Business meetings are held every 2nd Monday of the month at the Shrine of St. Anthony, 12290 Folly Quarter Road (ZIP 21042) beginning at 6:30 P.M. with Council Mass in the Chapel of St Anthony, followed by our Fraternal Dinner and Business Meeting in the Papal Dining Room. Our Open Meetings are on the 4th Tuesday of the month in the Pastoral Center at St. Louis Church. Directions to The Shrine of St. Anthony – Take Route 32 to Route 108 East. Proceed past 2 traffic lights and Riverhill Village Center. Turn left onto Sheppard Lane. At the traffic rotary, turn at the 3rd exit onto Folly Quarter Road and then make a right into Friary driveway. Proceed to the building at top of the hill.
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The St. Louis Council was formed in November 1996 with
about 35 men and now has 216 members.
last fraternal year were over $8,000.00 and were given to: Howard Co.
Special Olympics, VIVA House (a
soup kitchen in Baltimore), St. Ann's Infant and Maternity Home, Therapeutic
& Recreational Riding Center, Howard and Carol County Pregnancy, Sarah's
House, Carol Jean Cancer Foundation and several other charities.
before the Monthly Business Meeting
, Right to Life
Rosary Service in October
, K of C
Recruitment weekends – Spring & Fall
, Memorial Mass
for fallen brothers in November
, March for Life
Walk in Washington DC each January
functions to explore and expand our faith through talks, activities and days
of C Life Insurance, Rosary Service at a brother Knight’s funeral
, Prayer and
support for sick brother Knights and families, Dinner before the Monthly
, Frederick Keys
, Monthly Golf
Outings, Annual Picnic
, Christmas Party
, Dinner with
, and Annual
Ice Cream Social.
Day of Remembrance, One Nation Under God at Basilica of the National Shrine
of the Immaculate Conception
honor guard for council installations, Columbus Day Parade, Blue Mass for
Fire-fighters, Police Officers and EMTs,
Flag Day Pause
for the Pledge, Veterans’ Day Hospital Visits, Memorial
Day Mass, and Support
for Eucharistic Congress and Supreme Convention