Month: October 2019

Holy Bible


Lecture No. 6 SACRED SCRIPTURE AND REVEALED TRUTHPart #1 The Catholic Church, founded by Jesus Christ, has spread the teachings of the gospel to every tribe, race and nation in every age for the past 2,000 years. The Holy Bible comprising both the Old and New Testament was combined together by the Church guided by […]


Family of the Month – October 2019

Tom Greco and Helen Beggane Tom and Helen were married on April 19, 1975 in Omaha, Neb., and have been Holy Spirit parishioners since 1982. “It’s been our spiritual home and a haven for both of us,” Tom said. They previously were active at St. John’s parish in Omaha on the campus of Creighton University, […]


Football and Baseball Concessions

The Youth Football Cedar Hill league football season started on August 31 and will conclude on October 19 (barring a payoff tournament) This league plays either 4 or 8 games every Saturday starting at 9:00am and are completed about 4:00pm. The youth teams are 6, 8, 10, and 12 years old. Some of the teams […]


The Waco Avenue House

When Devyn Buschow asked if Knight Hands could help with the painting of a house in Dallas, we said “sure”. Little did we know the extent of repairs that would have to done before painting could begin. David Dybala and I and Devyn looked at the home in early September of 2019 and decided we […]


Property Improvement Program (P.I.P.)

Twice a year Knight Hands helps a needy citizen in the city of Duncanville by doing repairs to their home or yard. This year we did both. Jorge Ruiz replaced rotted fascia on the front of the home and Allen Reitmeier and Jorge Ruiz replaced rotting siding on the garage wall. David Dybala, Ken Rarick […]

Doug Maddox

Knight of the Month – October 2019

Doug Maddox Jr. So there were Doug and Paul Ryan – a retired Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army and a retired Colonel in the U.S. Marines, respectively – holding down the fort by themselves, the fort in this instance being the council’s Valley Ridge football concession stand for the day’s final shift. “It took […]