Rendering Pecuniary Aid (Fraternal Benefits)

The month of November in the Knights Of Columbus is traditionally the time during which we remember our deceased Brother Knights those who have gone to their eternal reward.

Our thoughts also turn, naturally, to those who our Brother Knights have left behind  their widows and children.  These are the same people, though a different generation, who occupied Father McGivney’s thoughts in 1882 when he founded the order.

The first two reasons listed on our charter for the establishment of the Knights Of Columbus are:“rendering pecuniary aid to its members, their families and beneficiaries of members and rendering mutual aid and assistance to its sick, disabled and needy members and their families.”

My position as a field agent for the Order has evolved from those principles.  I am here to help you plan financial security both for yourself and for those who you may leave behind.  I am not here to sell you insurance because you might die and be a part of our remembrances next November.  I am here to sell you insurance because someone else might live and I think you love that someone and would like her to continue to live with dignity.

It’s not a pretty though, but picture the first November your loved ones will spend without you. How does it look?

Call me today for an appointment. 


Rick Morin, FICF, LUTCF

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