Category: News & Announcements

23
May

Keeping the Tradition

It has long been a tradition that the Knight of Columbus of this Council cook a meal for the staff, residents and their family or visitors on Mothers’ Day.  With the current pandemic running its’ course, no outsider is allowed to enter the St, Joseph’s assisted living center.  They are quite pleased to say they […]

24
Apr

Knights Engaging 3.0

Knights Engaging 3.0 “Some of them said WOW,” was part of the text that Dudley Wilcoxson, EMS liaison at Methodist Charlton Hospital, sent to our Dan Murphy, director of community activities, following the third 8157 meal delivery to the hospital staff in as many weeks on Thursday, April 23. This time, the council prepared about […]

10
Apr
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EASTER IN A TIME OF CRISES

EASTER IN A TIME OF CRISES Easter Sunday, the Resurrection of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, is the crowning truth of our faith. Christ’s Resurrection is the fulfillment of prophecies and promises of the Old Testament and foundation and core belief of the New Testament. The Paschal Mystery has two aspects: by his death […]

09
Apr
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Knights Engaging 2.0

Knights Engaging 2.0 One week after a group of Knights prepared and delivered a fish-fry lunch to the EMTs at Methodist Charlton Hospital, a similar group continued the council’s service to our community during the current pandemic by preparing and delivering approximately 300 breakfast tacos for the Charlton staff on the morning of April 9 […]

08
Apr
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Officers & Directors Virtual Meeting

Officers & Directors Virtual Meeting Brothers, In order to prepare for our first ever virtual meeting of Officers & Directors scheduled for next Tuesday April 14th, we need some of you to provide some relevant material for display on screen during the session, i.e.: copy of the budget, slate of officers, etc. That’s not including […]

08
Apr
Faith Innovations: Holy Spirit Catholic Church

When their public fish fry events were cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns, the Knights of Columbus at Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Duncanville decided to do something special instead -- they fried up their fish with all the fixings to give to local EMT workers.Catholic Diocese of Dallas Bishop Dunne Catholic School

Posted by The Official Texas Catholic Newspaper on Thursday, April 9, 2020

Faith Innovations: Holy Spirit Catholic Church

Faith Innovations: Holy Spirit Catholic Church When their public fish fry events were cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns, the Knights of Columbus at Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Duncanville decided to do something special instead -- they fried up their fish with all the fixings to give to local EMT workers. More from The Texas Catholic
01
Apr

In Memoriam – April 2020

In Memoriam Sir Knight Andy Goza – 1965-2019 Brothers today marks the one year anniversary of the premature departure from this world of our dear brother Sir Knight Andy Goza. In tribute to a brother knight who worked tirelessly on behalf of our Council we remember him today. It seems hard to believe it was […]