Construction of the new Our Lady of the Rosary Church Catholic Church in Greenville, South Carolina.
The following article is from Fr. Dwight Longnecker. There is some real truth as many in the State are facing realignment and consolidation. Also, with those things comes new construction. As many of our Brothers are part of planning committees at the parish level there is something to be said about this mentality. Please enjoy the…Continue
Added by Andy Milam on May 31, 2016 at 9:30am — No Comments
Work on the 2016 legislative session is all wrapped up now that the governor has signed the appropriations bills. Click here for a complete review of the session on our website. There was the usual mix of successes and disappointments.
It’s time to encourage members of Congress to enact common-sense protections for pro-life health care workers. The Conscience Protection Act of 2016 (H.R.…Continue
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The 60th anniversary of Council 4208 and of Decorah Regina Mundi Court #1737 of the Catholic Daughters of America will be celebrated with a concert on 10 June 2016; International Irish Tenor Mark Forrest will perform. Click here for concert…Continue
Some things to do on a regular basis:
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Special Olympics Iowa is hosting their third annual Plane Pull event June 4 at the Endeavor Air/South Cargo Ramp at the Des Moines International Airport.
Teams of up to 20 will test their strength against a UPS 757 airplane weighing more than 120,000 pounds. Teams will compete to see who can pull the airplane 12 feet in the fastest time.
*NEW THIS YEAR: Teams will get to pull twice, with their fastest time counting as…Continue
Today there are many faithful Catholics who over the last forty years or so have seen the all too common utilization of Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion during the Mass. An innovation from the 1970’s intended for occasional use in emergency situations, these extraordinary ministers have indeed become quite ordinary in your ordinary parish Mass on any given Sunday. Sadly, this modern practice has contributed greatly to the blurring of lines between…Continue
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The Knight of Columbus St. Jude Council 1243 will be doing our annual highway road cleanup of P58 on Tuesday the 24th, Please meet at the HyVee Parking lot at 6pm.
Added by Perry Knights on May 23, 2016 at 6:21am — No Comments
Although we Iowans are quite far from the sea, our trade with the world is enormous and requires the transportation of goods to and from Iowa over the world's oceans and waterways. Thus, it is fitting that we remember and pray for mariners and people of the sea. This does include, of course, the courageous men and women who ply the great rivers on the eastern and western borders of Iowa.…
Added by Davis Assembly on May 23, 2016 at 12:01am — No Comments
It is with a very heavy heart to report the passing of Sir Knight Mark Kakert. Mark suffered a massive heart attack on Saturday evening May 14, and sadly passed away on Wednesday evening May 18 at the age of 55 years old. Mark & I have been lifelong friends. Mark just received the honor of the 4th degree on March 12, 2016 at the Davenport exemplification. He was very active in both his council & assembly. Visitation is Sunday May22 from 2:00 - 6:00pm and the funeral Mass on Monday…Continue
More than 2,500 athletes, 1,200 coaches and 2,000 volunteers are set to converge on the Iowa State University campus for the 32nd Annual Special Olympics Iowa Summer Games May 19-21. Events begin Thurs., May 19 with the Torch Run Final Leg bringing the Flame…Continue
Right from the jump, let’s clear up a common misconception: the Ordinary Form is not a vernacular only Mass. Considering how most Catholics experience the Holy Mass at their parish on a weekly basis, this might not appear to be the case.
No doubt many people believe the Ordinary Form of the Roman Rite is only offered in the vernacular; and why shouldn’t they. For decades the…Continue
Added by Andy Milam on May 17, 2016 at 9:30am — No Comments
The following is an article written by "The Liturgy Guy." It is definitely worth the read and it may give some insight into what has been going on with vocations for the last 20 years or so. Please give it a read:
In a recent post I discussed the orthodoxy and vibrant Catholicism…Continue
Added by Andy Milam on May 10, 2016 at 9:30am — No Comments
Insurance Check-Up for 2016
The first quarter of 2016 has flown by!
Hopefully, you’ve established a few goals for this year. I’ve learned a great tip regarding resolutions. First, write them down. It’s not too late if you haven’t already done this. Commit your goals to paper and post it someplace you will see it often. Writing down a goal is the first step towards achieving it. It may not make sense at first, but I’m sure you have…Continue
Added by Decorah Knights on May 5, 2016 at 9:13pm — No Comments
The following is an article from a good friend of mine which makes sense for those of us who are active Knights to understand, with regard to the most visible form of worship, Holy Mass.
Roseanne T. Sullivan, B.A. Studio Arts and English, M.A. English with writing emphasis, is a writer from the Boston area who currently lives in San Jose, CA. Sullivan studied and sang Gregorian chant and Renaissance polyphony in liturgies for several years with the St. Ann choir along with Kerry…
Added by Andy Milam on May 3, 2016 at 10:30am — No Comments
Click here for article about bald eagles in Lansing.
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Worthy Brothers and Sir Knights,
I write to you for a few reasons. First, and foremost, I would like to personally thank the Knights of Columbus, State Officers, and all those in attendance for a wonderful tribute to the Remember Our Fallen display. It was a great honor to be the Host for our Guest Speakers, Bob Ukena, Dave Ballendier and COL (R)…Continue
Welcome to our weekly report as the legislature considers the last few bills of the session. There’s still time to contact your legislator by going to our Action Center at www.votervoice.net/icc/home.
On Friday the Iowa Senate passed its version of HF 2460, the human services budget bill. The bill appropriates nearly $2 billion for important human services programs. Among the…Continue
Added by Tom Chapman on April 25, 2016 at 8:23am — No Comments
Special Olympics Iowa (SOIA) hosted two Young Athlete Play Activity Day sessions sponsored by Sammons Financial Group on April 21. The event was held at Ankeny Centennial High School with one session running in the morning and one in the afternoon.
The Youth Athlete Play Activity Day is a program designed…Continue
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