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Larry Balagna at Knight-Hands PIP Days 2017

Knight of the Month – June 2017

  Larry Balagna Larry is a tireless, versatile worker who seemingly arrives at any Knights activity with the proper tool and a smile. He most recently was part of the workforce that made the parish’s annual Pentecost picnic (and anniversary celebration) the best ever in the opinion of multiple parish employees. Larry often appears in…

Lecture No. 45 – June 2017

I was recently reminded that I have another birthday approaching. They seem to come around quicker than they used to when I was much younger. Not that I have any regrets. When I was very young, I was pleased that my birthday was safely removed from Christmas so that the likelihood of getting “combined” gifts was remote at best….

St. Joseph’s cookout – May 2017

Dan Murphy, our director of community activities, headed another enthusiastic group of Knights on Saturday, May 13 to prepare and serve a cookout lunch for those who live at St. Joseph’s Residence in Oak Cliff along with their families and friends. That was the Saturday before Mother’s Day, and that’s never a coincidence in the…

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Rosary Rally Honoring Our Lady of Fatima

Join us for a Rosary Rally honoring the 100th Anniversary of Apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima. Saturday, May 13th, 2017 at Noon Duncanville Armstrong Park Amphitheater 100 James Collins Blvd. Duncanville TX 75116 (parking available off of James Collins Blvd or Wheatland Rd at City Hall) Please invite others to join us in prayer.

Knight Hands and the City

On May 3rd of 2017, The Knights of Columbus, through the Knight Hands program, collaborated with the City of Duncanville and participated in P.I.P Days (Property Improvement Program).  Betty Dunn, a member of the First United Methodist Church in Duncanville first introduced  Knight Hands to  P.I.P and encouraged Knight Hands to repair a home designated…

Tony Gonzalez Family of Month

Family of the Month – May 2017

The Tony Gonzalez family Tony and his wife and children were a major part of the council’s fish fry dinners during Lent. Simply put, preparing and serving his fish tacos “is the highlight of my year,” he said. Hats off to Tony, wife Rosalinda and the kids: Kristopher, Nathan, Isaiah and Alyssa. Tony’s preparations begin…

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Knight of the Month – May 2017

Deacon Al Evans Al notes that one of the great gifts of being a deacon is to both serve as a member of the clergy while also being a parishioner. Deacon Al was a frequent participant during the recent series of Lenten fish fries, literally frying the fish — and also doing some breading when…

Lecture No. 44 – May 2017

I am convinced that who we are, what we believe, our likes and dislikes, even how we make decisions, is all based on our previous life experiences. I grew up in western New York. My neighbors were from just about everywhere you could imagine. My schools were on the other side of “Little Italy.” My church was surrounded by Italians….

Will Quezada – April 2017

Will and his wife, Maria Isabel, live in Dallas not far from Holy Spirit. They regularly attend the downtown Cathedral, which Will has done since his family moved to the area from Mexico in 1974. “It became home,” he said. They’re both Eucharistic Ministers at the 12:30 Mass, and Will is also head of the…

Edward Dzuvilla – April 2017

  Edward is a financial adviser for Wells Fargo, coming down to our neck of the U.S. woods from Connecticut during his career in sales-related positions. Wife Rachel is the principal at St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic School. His daughter, Annie, is graduating from the University of Maryland and headed for law school at SMU….