The COLUMBIETTES is a unified international organization of Catholic women dedicated to our Patronesses, Our Blessed Virgin Mary, Saint Theresa the Little Flower and Saint Joan of Arc.  They were founded in 1939 by Monsignor J. Francis McIntyre.  Through the integrity, strength and scope of the Auxiliary activities, the Columbiettes have become a recognized group of women working with the Knights of Columbus, promoting the ideals of Columbianism.

Our Emblem

  • The Blue Circle represents the world
  • The White Cross represents Christ’s love for us, by His Crucifixion He Redeemed the world.
  • The Rays represent our zeal to serve God through the mediums of Faith, Hope and Charity that are symbolized by the Three White Stars


First Annual Down Syndrome Celebration Day