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IWKnights Corner For November 29, 2020

Did you know this about the IW Knights of Columbus? Official tapestry Image of Blessed (Fr.) Michael McGivney as it hangs behind the Altar of Cathedral of Saint Joseph in Hartford, CT. (Photo courtesy of Cathedral of Saint Joseph) “HARTFORD, CONN. — Attendees at St. Joseph’s Cathedral in Hartford, Conn., erupted in applause and church […]

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5th Sunday Mass Cancelled on Nov 29

From: James Ressler, Grand Knight I regret to announce that due to restrictions imposed by the parish and St. Louis County, council 9981 cannot meet for the 5th Sunday mass or gather after mass on Sunday, Nov. 29. You are stil welcome to attend mass at 8:45 AM on Sunday. (going by last Sunday’s bulletin). […]

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If Possible still today at Loaves and Fishes in Maryland Heights

Loaves and Fishes Thanksgiving distribution is tomorrow so this is really short notice. They feed 250 families. If anyone has the ability TODAY to bring rolls or whip cream, that would be very helpful. See note below. Loaves and Fishes is located at 2750 McKelvey in Maryland Heights. They are open to receive until 5PM […]

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IWKnights Corner For November 22, 2020
(Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe)

Did you know this about the IW Knights of Columbus? The ancient fresco of Madonna del Soccorso (Our Lady of Help) in St. Peter’s Basilica was restored with the support of the Knights of Columbus to mark the Year of Faith (2012-2013).   Photo courtesy of Fabbrica di San Pietro/M. Falcioni.11036 – Full Page Version  Click […]

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IWKnights Corner For November 15, 2020

Did you know this about the IW Knights of Columbus? +++ “They are the Knights on Main Street, the men you probably envision when someone says Knights of Columbus to you.  They’re present in their distinct regalia at civic and Church events, acting as honor guards and color corps, or standing in respect at the […]

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Official Presentation of the Vestments being donated by the IWKnights to St. Luke’s Hospital (UPDATED)

Solivari 620 Chasubles (Photo courtesy of Catholic Supply) Dear fellow IWKnights, It is with great pleasure that I can announce to you that the details have been set for the official presentation of the vestments (Solivari 620 Chasubles) being donated by the IWKnights to St. Luke’s hospital for use by all priests celebrating masses in […]

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IWKnights Corner For November 8, 2020

Did you know this about the IW Knights of Columbus? Father James Sullivan is the current rector of the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception in Waterbury, Conn., where Father McGivney grew up in the 1800s. (Image by Christopher Beauchamp) In this Part 2, we pick-up the story of a Connecticut priest named Father James Sullivan […]

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Blessed Michael McGivney

From the moment Blessed Father Michael McGivney launched the Knights of Columbus, the Order has remained true to its founder’s vision of fortifying Catholics in their faith and providing for orphans and widows. This morning, the founder of the Knights of Columbus, Father Michael McGivney of New Haven, Connecticut, was declared Blessed Michael McGivney. We […]

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Pre-election Holy Hour – Nov. 2 – 7:00 – 8:00

On behalf of the IW Parish Pro-Life Committee, The Knights of Columbus are invited to join our parish in prayer before the election. As you may have seen in the bulletin, there is a Holy Hour planned for Nov. 2nd – the night before the election from 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. We will start with […]

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IWKnights Corner For November 1, 2020 (Solemnity of All Saints)

Did you know this about the IW Knights of Columbus? Father James Sullivan is the current rector of the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception in Waterbury, Conn., where Father McGivney grew up in the 1800s. (Image by Christopher Beauchamp) “This column is part one of a 2-part presentation of a story about a man named […]