Grand Knight Message August 2017


Today, as at our founding, the family stands at the core of the Knights of Columbus’ beliefs and ideals as a Catholic, family, fraternal service organization. The Knights of Columbus has always strongly supported the family at the local, state, and international levels in many ways, especially through our awarding insurance program. Throughout the year, we should work to strengthen our families by encouraging wholesome home life; take time to enjoy each other’s company, talk, and be active together. Knights of Columbus Family Week, August 6th through the 12th, is a special opportunity for our order to celebrate and emphasize the importance of the family through activities and programs that support and involve the church and the parish, unite Knights with their families, and the community at large. These programs and activities should be fun and enjoyable for all but meaningful in their message, our celebration of the family on August 6th is open to families of the parish, prospective members, parishioners, friends, priests, and religious. It will be celebrated with fun, games, and a cookout from 12:30 to 2pm inside and outside of MacLoughlin Hall. It is sponsored by the Knights of Columbus and the Religious Education of St. Theresa. Thank you to everyone who attended or participated in the Installation of Officers on July 19th, 2017. Thank you very much Msgr. Lichtenthal celebrating Mass with us prior to the Installation. Thank you Ron and Loretta Ciampi for preparing the delicious meal we enjoyed following the Installation. Also, thank you to all who participated in the 5th Sunday Rosary on July 30th. Don’t forget Grandparents Day on September 10, 2017. Vivat Jesus! Fraternally yours, Don LaClair


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