Challenges to marriage, religious liberty among Knights' top concerns

ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Supreme Knight Carl A. Anderson called the number of attendees at the Knights of Columbus 130th supreme convention in Anaheim "a testament to the growth and development" of the international fraternal organization. More than 2,000 Knights from around the world -- many of them with their wives and children -- along with 12 cardinals and more than 70 bishops attended the Aug. 6-8 convention. Anderson made the comments at the States Dinner, a high point of the convention that brings Knights together in a celebration of patriotism.

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