Brothers, 40 Days For Life begins on Ash Wednesday, March 5th with an 8:00 AM Mass at the Cathedral of St. Peter, 500 North West Street con-celebrated by Bishop Malooly and Father Klein followed by a Rosary Procession to Planned
Mission: To promote and strengthen the Church for the community. Activities include “Keep Christ in Christmas”, Lenten Evening of Reflection, Malvern Retreat, Church Christmas Decorations, Memorial Mass for Deceased Knights of Santa Maria 195, and working in conjunction with the Parish Christian Formation Committee (CFC) to present programs for the spiritual growth of our members and the church community .
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This years ‘Souper Bowl’ food collection was another success. We collected over 800 items of food and $700 in donations. The food collected was delivered to the Holy Rosary food pantry, and Sister Catherine there was very appreciative of the
If their are any Knights interested in helping with two specific areas of Social Ministry in our Parish, please contact Gerard Holmes who can work with you on meeting these needs. The two area are (1) Perpetual adoration, and (2) Sunday
Each year the IHM Council Knights assist in decorating our Church with their Christmas trees. Help in needed to erect the two large trees that are on each side of the alter, and the fresh trees that are placed in
The ‘Lenten Evening of Reflection’ sponsored by the Parish’s Christian Formation Committee in conjunction with our Council, was a very spiritual experience. Thank you to all the members of the CFC who developed the program, especially Terry DiFonzo. Also, a special
The ‘Keep Christ in Christmas’ Christmas card campaign was very successful. 70 boxes of these beautiful cards were purchased. Thanks to all who gave of their time at the IHM Christmas Bazaar and after each Mass the past two weekends. They were: Martin McCarrick (our campaign Chairman) and
The Memorial Mass and wives dinner was a very enjoyable event. Our Chaplin Father Kempski said the Mass and delivered a very meaningful and thoughtful homily causing all to appreciate those Knights who preceded us, and how we should view ourselves in the
Knights and their families filled up three roundtables on Sunday night. Proceeds from the dinner help support the building at Pius X where many of our members have received their degrees. Helpings of chicken and pasta were huge. Everybody enjoyed the meal,