Rev. William Edward Reynolds
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Reflections from Pentecost

When God created the man in the garden God "formed man out of the clay of the ground and blew into his nostrils the breath of life, and so man became a living being" (Gen 2:7). Genesis is a story of creating the material world. John's Gospel is the story of God's re-creation, of God's establishing a new spiritual order through Jesus Christ. Consider Genesis and the creation of the world; a certain chaos resulted; God created mankind and blew his own breath of life into man; and there came to be…See More
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Reflections from Pentecost

When God created the man in the garden God "formed man out of the clay of the ground and blew into his nostrils the breath of life, and so man became a living being" (Gen 2:7). Genesis is a story of creating the material world. John's Gospel is the story of God's re-creation, of God's establishing a new spiritual order through Jesus Christ. Consider Genesis and the creation of the world; a certain chaos resulted; God created mankind and blew his own breath of life into man; and there came to be…See More
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"Thank you, Father, for all of your service to God at the State Convention. Decorah Knights very much appreciate your work. Peace be with you."
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Sacred Heart Church
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Reflections from Pentecost

Posted on May 28, 2015 at 11:33am 1 Comment

When God created the man in the garden God "formed man out of the clay of the ground and blew into his nostrils the breath of life, and so man became a living being" (Gen 2:7). Genesis is a story of creating the material world.

John's Gospel is the story of God's re-creation, of God's establishing a new spiritual order through Jesus Christ.

 

Consider Genesis and the creation of the world; a certain chaos resulted; God created mankind and blew his own breath…

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From the State Chaplain

Posted on November 12, 2014 at 1:30pm 1 Comment

Dear Brother Knights:

This past weekend we observed liturgically the anniversary of the dedication of the Lateran Archbasilica in Rome. There is no St. John Lateran, so don't be listening for his name in the Litany of the Saints. Lateran was the last name of the Roman senator whose property was confiscated by the Emperor Nero. Later, in 313, When Constantine was emperor, and after he became a Christian, he gave that property to the pope, believing that Lateran Palace…

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At 8:24pm on April 17, 2015, Decorah Knights said…

Thank you, Father, for all of your service to God at the State Convention. Decorah Knights very much appreciate your work. Peace be with you.

At 2:29am on February 1, 2015, CM said…

Hi Father,

Thank you for your service to the Lord via the Iowa Knights of Columbus.  Peace be with you.

At 2:25am on February 1, 2015, Decorah Knights said…

I hope you’ll take a look at the Council 4208 website; all you need to do is go to DecorahKnights.tk or http://iowakofc.org/profile/decorahknights and just scroll up and down to see all the information about the Decorah Knights of Columbus; it's that simple.  If it hasn’t already been done, I hope you’ll take the time to set up a website (aka profile) for your Council on the IowaKofC.org website.  Website training is at http://iowakofc.org/page/website-training  Feel free to use DecorahKnights.tk as a model.  And please don’t forget to give us feedback on our website in the comment box at the very bottom of DecorahKnights.tk, by sending us a message via the IowaKofC.org message system (click on the “Inbox” link near the top right of your profile), or by sending email to DecorahKnights@gmail.com

And please add us as a "Friend" if this isn't already the case.  :-)

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