Catholic Union of Texas, The KJT has provided members with solid financial protection through life insurance. Your membership in the Catholic Union of Texas, The KJT gives you access to the many member benefits, member activities, and the opportunity to volunteer to raise money for the various charities that are supported by the Union.
Holy Mass is offered for all living and deceased members of the KJT on a daily basis.
KJT offers a full portfolio of insurance products including whole life, limited pay life, term life, simplified issue and guaranteed issue.
A KJT annuity, kapital account, traditional IRA or Roth IRA allows our members to provide for retirement and build an estate through both taxable and tax deferred retirement products.
KJT offers a youth camp to 80 of our members who are age 9-12 as of July 1 of each year. To be eligible for the annual summer camp, applicants must be insured members of Catholic Union of Texas, The KJT as of April 30 prior to the date of camp. KJT Youth Camp is currently held at the SPJST Environmental and Nature Center located in Waldek, Texas.
The KJT News is the official publication of the Catholic Union of Texas, The KJT. Our monthly news publication keeps you informed of what is going on in the KJT around the state. KJT News is published eleven times during the year, January through October, and the November/December issue is combined. The deadline for news articles is the 10th of each month.
KJT Insurance Services, LLC is KJT's wholly owned insurance agency that offers home, auto, boat, motorhome, individual health, group health, and Medicare supplement insurance.
The KJT Newborn Security Benefit guarantees coverage in the amount of $2,000 beginning with the 25th hour of birth. This coverage is available if both parents and all eligible brothers and sisters (including 1/2 brothers and 1/2 sisters living within the same household) are KJT insurance members prior to the birth of the infant. During the first 60 days, KJT guarantees the eligible newborn may be insured at standard rates for $5,000 of permanent life insurance regardless of the infant's health.
The KJT Mmeorial Foundation is a charitable, religious and educational non-profit corporation administered by the officers and directors of the Catholic Union of Texas, The KJT. Upon donation of at least $5, an entry will be made in the Book of Remembrances, which is part of the permanent archives, of the KJT Home Office. For more details or enrollment information, click here.
KJT offers fifteen $1,000 scholarships annually to graduating high school seniors. If any of the scholarship recipients are attending a Catholic College or University, the amount of the scholarship is raised to $2,000. Currently, the KJT Memorial Foundation is offering one $1,000 scholarship as well.
KJT offers scholarships for individuals studying for the religious life. The amount of the scholarship depends on the year of study.
KJT offers 50 - $100 tuition grants to members from grades K - 11 who are attending a Catholic school. For more information or to download the form to register, click here.
In addition to receiving discounts on prescriptions at participating providers, ScriptSave has now expanded to include other ancillary benefits as well, including Vision Care, Hearing Care and discounts on Daily Living Products. Click here for more details.
Your membership in Catholic Union of Texas, The KJT offers an individual several member activites througout the state as well as an avenue to volunteer one's service through various community and parish events.
KJT will hold its 7th annual golf tournament on Saturday, October 4, 2014 at the Stephen F. Austin Golf Course in Sealy, Texas. The tournament will be open to the first 18 four person teams to call and register. Email David at email@example.com for more information on registering your team for the tournament.
The KJT Tarock Tournament will be held on Sunday, September 7, 2014 at the KJT Activity and Fraternal Center. The cost of the tournament is $25 per person. A complementary lunch will be served. Click here for an application.
KJT encourages its societies and members to take part in a Join Hands Day project. Join Hands Day, sponsored by the American Fraternal Alliance, is a national day of volunteering which allows societies to work with other fraternals or organizations with the goal of joining together for a common purpose. Join Hands Day will be held on May 2, 2015. For more information go to joinhandsday.org.
Flag Day, is a day in which local societies are encouraged to host a flag day ceremony in their area to honor our nation's flag. Other opportunities to honor our nation's flag include Memorial Day, Independence Day, and Veteran's Day.
Along with several Texas based fraternals, KJT helps sponsor the Fraternal Alliance of Texas Bowling Tournament. The proceeds raised from this event benefit the Fraternal Alliance of Texas Scholarship Fund.
Each year, the KJT Board of Directors names specific charities and asks that societies hold fundraising efforts to support these charities.
Our priests and religious have dedicated their lives in service to the Church and God's people. The board of directors of KJT has chosen the Priest and Religious Retirement Fund as one of its statewide charity projects in an effort to give back and assist the clergy and religous in their needs that they encounter later in life.
Funds raised by each society stay in the diocese in which the society is located so any donation will be directly helping your local priests and religious.
It currently costs over $30,000 per year to educate each seminarian. With this in mind, the KJT board of directors has chosen to have the Seminarian Education Fund as one of its statewide charity fundraisers. Please consider making donations to this worthy cause as we help to educate our future priests who will celebrate the Sacraments for us and preach the Good News of the Gospels.
Funds raised by each society stay in the diocese in which the society is located so donations will directly be helping to educate future priests for your diocese.
Camp For All is a unique, barrier free camp working in partnership with other non-profits to enrich the lives of children and adults with challenging illnesses or special needs and their families.
In 1993, two Houston physicians who cared for children with special needs teamed up with a parent who lost a child to cancer. Their mission was to create a unique place that would embrace those who because of an illness or disability had limited opportunities to experience the joy of camp.
In 1998, the dream became reality, as Camp For All hosted its first campers and today welcomes more than 8,000 children and adults throughout the year. The barrier free campsite works in collaboration with 56 non-profits and has served more than 100,000 since the gates opened.
For more information on Camp For All, click here.