Manordale Valley Council #4226

Murrysville, PA 

Links to Our Parishes

Mother of Sorrows Parish

St. John the Baptist de LaSalle & St. Mary, Our Lady of Lourdes Parishes

Diocesan Link

Diocese of Greensburg




Monday-Friday @ 8am

Saturday @4:30pm

Sunday @ 7:30am, 9:30am (Livestreamed), 11:30am

and 6:00pm (Regional Mass)

For those who are unable to attend mass in person, the Greensburg Diocese celebrates Sunday mass online at 9 AM and you can watch mass on TV on EWTN or from the Altoona Johnstown Diocese. You can also listen to We Are One Body Radio WAOB 106.7 FM.

Mother of Sorrows also broadcasts its' 9:30am Sunday Mass. Links can be found through Mother of Sorrows website or directly through YouTube.

St. John/St. Mary Mass Schedules

Daily Mass is as follows

St. John DeLaSalle, Delmont

Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8:30am;

Saturday 4pm; Sunday 11am

St. Mary, Export

Tuesday, Thursday 8:30 am; Saturday 6pm;

Sunday 9am (Livestreamed)

Council Newsletters

Newsletters will be emailed out to members just prior to each monthly meeting. For those members who do not have email the newsletters will be sent out via USMail. Thank you!






Latest Updates to Website

References to Recent Website Updates listed below

  • 4/3 - Updates for April made. Memorial Day Car Cruise; 40 Days for Life; "The Well" Mens' Conference; Bishop Lamb Assembly webpage.
  • 4/12 - Updated Council News and Member New webpages. Added upcoming Exemplification at Mother of Sorrows. Added a Pirate Game Night on May 20th.
  • 5/1 - Updated Member page webpage. New members to our council. 
  • 5/5 - Updated Council News webpage. New article - Ordination of Father Andrew Hamilton
  • 5/18 - Added Information on Catholic Men's Leadership Alliance to Member News webpage. 







Grand Knights Comments+

Worthy Brothers,

I hope this finds you and you’re families well.    Do you know your history on the Knights of Columbus?  The Knights have a long and storied history that started when our founder Blessed Michael McGivney began our fraternal society in 1882.  During WW1 the Knights provided rest and social services to Allied service man of all faiths.  These facilities became known as K of C Huts and provided religious services, supplies and recreation under the motto, “Everyone Welcome, Everything Free”. These K of C huts became very popular in the United States and Europe.  Everybody meant everybody.  Whatever your race or creed, you were welcome at K of C huts.  The Knights were praised by historians because unlike other social welfare organizations operating in the war, the Knights never drew the color line.  As a result of the Knights wartime work, which earned high praise from Pope Benedict XV, nearly 400,000 men joined the Knights between 1917 and 1923.  More history in our next newsletter.


Walk proud as a member of the Knights of Columbus my brothers.  We have and continue to change the world and our local community with the work we do.  God Bless you for everything you do.  We have a lot of activities going on in the council right now.  Please try to come to this month’s meeting and see where you can help.


Vivat Jesus,


Grand Knight – Robert Heinle

3300 Riverview Street Lower Burrell, PA 15068-2222



Field Agent

Jose Pinero

Field Agent

Jose Pinero

Field Agent

Knights of Columbus Insurance

10100 Kettlecreek Dr. Suite #200

Cranberry Twp. Pa 16066




Meeting Information:
Council Meetings – 2nd Wednesday of each Month
Rosary @ 7pm

Meeting follows immediately after recital of the Rosary.

3294 Franklin Towne Dr.
Murrysville, PA 15668



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