On Feeding the Hungry, by Assistant State Chaplain for the Sioux City Diocese Father Randy Schon
Jesus told many parables about a final judgment in which there would be a separation of good and evil. It is in Matthew 25 that Jesus specifies his main criteria for this separation. When the king welcomes the good people to his kingdom, he begins by saying, "For I was hungry, and you gave me food" (Matthew 25: 35). Jesus then lists several other works of mercy that were performed by…
Fr. David Ambrosy, assistant State Chaplain from the Archdiocese of Dubuque; Fr. Randy Schon, assistant State Chaplain from the Diocese of Sioux City; Fr. Chris Reising, assistant State Chaplain from the Diocese of Des Moines; Fr. Bruce DeRammelaere, assistant State Chaplain from the Diocese of Davenport; with Msgr. Larry Beeson, retired from the Diocese of Des Moines, and State Chaplain Fr. Bill Reynolds from the Diocese of Davenport, plan to present here, in no particular sequence,…Continue
Dear Worthy State Deputy Jon Aldrich. Dear Worthy Supreme Director Paul Lambert. Dear Brother Knights. Friends all.
We gather as Catholic men, bonded in faith, challenged to unity, charity, fraternity, and patriotism. At this 115th annual meeting of the Iowa Jurisdiction of the Knight of Columbus, we thank God for our faith.
Last evening we had a wonderful meal together. Indeed, a banquet. This evening we will again gather and share a banquet. This…Continue