Upcoming Events

  • Sep 03 – Catholics Pack the Park
  • Sep 07 – Officer’s Meeting (7pm)
  • Sep 14 – Council Meeting (7:30-9pm)
  • Sep 17 – Col. Co. Cares Spaghetti Dinner
  • Sep 24 – GA Right To Life Banquet
  • Oct 24 – Annual Car Show

Supreme Council Holds 133rd Supreme Convention

Philadelphia, PA was the host city for this year’s Supreme Convention held from August 4-6 at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown Hotel. 

Gérald Cyprien Cardinal Lacroix, Archbishop of Quebec, gave the States Dinner Invocation followed by Supreme Knight Carl A. Anderson’s State Dinner Address.  In his opening remarks, the Supreme Knight highlighted the coincidence that while this year’s convention was held in such a historical and meaningful city, “there is no better city in which to recall that we are endowed by our creator with life and liberty”.


REMINDER - Newsletter Articles Due Monday July, 20

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If you plan to submit an article for this month's newsletter (July), they must be submitted no later than Monday July, 20.

The new newsletter format has a larger file size than those in the past; if you don't get a copy of the newsletter delivered to your email inbox by July 25, either check your Spam/Junk mail box, or request another copy be sent to you.  The format of the newsletter will be PDF, or Adobe Acrobat, rather than Microsoft Word as it has been for the last couple of years.  You will need Adobe Acrobat or some other application capable of viewing PDF files in order to view the new newsletter.  Don't worry -- if you can download and view the church bulletin, you can view this.  As always, it will also be available online here in the Member area. 

SK Carlos Collazo Profiled in News-Times

Carlos CollazoOur own SK Carlos Collazo has been profiled in The Columbia County News-Times for "giving back to the community".  Read about Carlos by clicking here. Photo by Jim Blaylock, The Columbia County News-Times.

Internet Explorer Issue

WebPageErrorIf you use Internet Explorer to view this web page, you most likely are seeing ugly things on here that you won't see if you use Firefox, Chrome, Safari or other browsers. The images at the bottom of the home page as well as other pages aren't displaying properly (they're too large).  I'm woking to correct this issue, but in the meantime, you may want to use a better browser like Firefox or Chrome.

Congratulations to Our Newly Elected Officers

The following Brother Knights were elected to office for the 2015-2016 Fraternal Year:

Grand Knight – John Vigna

Deputy GK – Johnny McDonald, Jr.

Chancellor – Jason D Sowinski

Advocate – Joe Hotchkiss

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