Church Activities

In service of Holy Spirit Catholic Church.

James Smith

Church Activities Director

The Church Activities Director coordinates with the Community Life Director of the parish to obtain access to and use of facilities as needed by the Council. This is usually done a year in advance. The Church Activities Director also schedules Corporate Communion - a quarterly celebration of the Eucharist by Knights as a group and makes sure the Council is involved in the RSVP Program that supports seminarians. James joined the Knights of Columbus in February 2013. James is a retired phlebotomist. He and wife Judy have been members of Holy Spirit for 31 years and enjoy their 5 children and 13 grandkids. The Smiths live in Duncanville.

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Recent Articles

Help Needed Moving Chairs

We are looking for help with moving and setting up chairs on the following days: Wednesday, April 1:  help starting at 9am to move chairs over to the church. Friday, April 3:  help starting at 9am to set-up overflow chairs in narthex and rental chairs in the gym Monday, April 6: help starting at 9am…

Mike Moloughney receives Bishop’s Award

Bishop Kevin Farrell honors recipients of 2015 Bishop’s Award for Service to the Church At a Mass and ceremony at the Cathedral Shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe on February 7th, Bishop Kevin J. Farrell bestowed the Bishop’s Award for Service to the Church to Michael Moloughney and Barbara Ann Maddy of Holy Spirit and…

Hot pancakes for a cold February

nother pancake breakfast for our parish was served courtesy of the Duncanville Knights of Columbus. Approximately 100 breakfasts were served. The Knights who prepared, served and cleaned up were: Grand Knight Nick Kleinhaus, Jim Stavinoha, Jim Ouimet, John Espree, Jim Russell, Jim Richardson, Andy Goza, Jack Ramsden, Daniel Rosales, Sr. and Daniel Jr., Barry Barksdale, and…

Our First Fish Fry of 2015

n the first fish fry of the 2015 Lenten Season, which took place on Friday Feb 20, we served 175 regular dinners and 17 children dinners. Our menu this year featured good old American farm-grown catfish fillets breaded with our special seasoning mix and deep fried to perfection in vegetable oil. Although our original seasoning…

Super Bowl Hotdog Cookout

Pictured at the Super Bowl  Hotdog Cookout this past Sunday morning are from left, Grand Knight Nick Kleinhaus, Jim Stavinoha, Andy Goza and Tom Greco. Also in attendance were Jim Russell, Mark Meyer, Robert Tovar, Gene Jones, and our newest Knight Leslie Beene. Thanks to all.  

Breakfast with St. Nicholas

  he small army of council elves provided an encore performance in preparing scrambled eggs, French toast, bacon and hash browns for what was an estimated 300 guests during the annual Children’s Faith Formation “Breakfast with St. Nicholas” for three hours on Sunday, Dec. 14. The KC brothers had finished fixing all of the eggs…