The National Christ the King Chapter operates out of our headquarters in Norfolk, Virginia. National members don’t attend regular meetings like local chapter members do. They get their action-packed “marching orders” from the RCM Bulletin and from this website.
Local Chapters generally meet weekly and are led by a Chapter Leader.
All local chapters have a patron saint.
Chapter names are varied, for example, Cincinnati chapter, Holy Family of Long Island chapter, or Our Lady’s chapter of Milwaukee.
Print a New Local Chapter Form as needed.
The meeting agenda is focused on projects promoted in the RCM Bulletin and on this website. Chapters range from two to eight or twelve members in size. Since most chapters meet in homes they split into two when space dictates the need to do so. Also organizationally the group should not be much larger than that for effective operations. Typically chapters meet at the same time and place each week, for example, every Sunday from 7-9 PM at John’s house. View the new free Local Chapter Packet here (available soon).
All chapter members belong to Rebuilding Christendom: The Movement (RCM) with the chapter leader holding a minimum membership level of Associate and chapter members holding a minimum level of Adherent. See Application for Membership for more details.