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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 the Hospital Chapel.

The presentation is scheduled to take place at the 12-noon mass on Tuesday. November 24, 2020. The mass will be in the Emerson Auditorium in the North-South building on the main campus.....just north of the main entrance to the hospital. Please plan to be there earlier to get directions if needed. This gesture is to allow for social distancing and following the guidelines in place for observing Covid-19 protocols.

The President and CEO of St. Luke's hospital, Shane Cerone, and other dignitaries from the hospital will be on hand to accept the vestments from the IWKnights on behalf of St. Luke's Hospital. Current COVID-19 Restrictions in place at the distancing, face coverings, etc....will be in place at that time.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me by clicking here. Hope to see you there on November 24th at Noon.

Sincerely Yours,

Sir Knight Bryan V. Hewing
New Media Coordinator, Incarnate Word Knights of Columbus Council #9981
Chesterfield, MO

Parking for the Vestments Presentation

The Mass & Presentation of the vestments takes place in the Hospital Chapel, which you access by going through the Main Entrance of the hospital then by going to the last door on the right of the main hallway.

The parking (including Handicapped parking) is available on the surface lot in the northeast corner of the hospital campus just to the east of the main entrance of the hospital or in the North/South Garage (both highlighted in yellow).

Complimentary Valet Parking is available outside of the North medical office building.

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