FAILING TO RESPECT THE DIGNITY OF HUMAN LIFE
The release of videos showing Planned Parenthood’s involvement with the provision of babies’ organs following an abortion has prompted much reaction.
Cardinal Sean O’Malley, OFM Cap., archbishop of Boston and chairman of the Committee on Pro-Life Activities of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), noted that “Pope Francis has called abortion the product of a ‘widespread mentality of profit, the throwaway culture, which has…Continue
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There has been a growing posture in the American Church recently of people holding their hands in the fashion of the priest during the Our Father. This posture is called the orans position. This practice, while at first blush seems to be pretty innocuous actually is not in keeping with either traditional or current liturgical law. By that I mean that we as Catholics have roles which we are to fulfill with regard to our lives within the Catholic Church and in this instance,…Continue
The Iowa State Council and Council #952 in Algona, IA, are proud to announce that Kaitlyn Fogarty has been awarded the Knights of Columbus John W. McDevitt Scholarship.
This scholarship is awarded to graduating high school seniors whose…Continue
Easter Seals Iowa formally dedicated the Iowa Knights of Columbus Flagpole Plaza at Camp Sunnyside with a ribbon cutting on 29 July 2015.
Spearheaded by Msgr. J.M. Hanson Council 5038 in Ankeny, the area renovated was flattened to allow for a beautiful cement plaza that is fully accessible for individuals who utilize wheelchairs, walkers,…Continue
This link is a National Catholic Register Article regarding the recently disclosed video of a Planned Parenthood official casually discussing over a nice dinner & wine unbeknownst to her that it was with an undercover…Continue
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Welcome to a new fraternal year! Each July, there are changes in the team of officers, yet the mission of our order and our council remains constant. Since May 6, 1956, the day that Council 4208 received its charter from the Supreme Council, we have embraced the call to continue the work that Venerable Father McGivney envisioned.
During the coming year, we will continue with a number of established projects, such as the…Continue
Welcome to a new fraternal year! Each July, there are changes in the team of officers, yet the mission of our order and our council remains constant. Since April 5, 1964, the day that Council 5544 received its charter from the Supreme Council, we have embraced the call to continue the work that Venerable Fr. Michael McGivney envisioned.
During the coming year, we will continue with a number of established projects, such as the upcoming Campaign for Persons with Intellectual…Continue
There is still time to participate in the next Fraternal Leader Training and Best Practices Webinar. This webinar is geared toward ALL fraternal leaders. Follow the link below to register and then be at your computer with the sound turned up on Thursday, July 23, 2015 at 7:00 p.m.…Continue
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Monday July 13, 2015 New Hampton Knight held their Clergy appreciation night. Dinner was held in Hynes Hall at 6:30. After dinner recognition was giving to our Gifted Clergy by Dan Conlon. Present were Fr. Marks, Fr. Marv, Sister Vickie, Deacon Vic, seminarian Blake Neville ( who been helping in the Parish), Keren Bonfig, and Jacob Carison. …
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On Saturday, July 11, State Chaplain Father William Reynolds gave an address to open the July 2015 State Family meeting of the Iowa State Council, Knights of Columbus. Below are his remarks-Continue
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On July 11-12, fraternal leaders from throughout the state gathered in Des Moines for the Organizational Meeting for the Iowa State Council, also known as the July State Family meeting.Continue
State Leaders met in Des Moines, July 11 & 12, 2015. Our new District Deputy is Chris Determan. Our council is now in District 40.
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Greetings from Des Moines! It's official--I was installed as the new District Deputy of District 31 this afternoon.
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The 2015 Iowa legislative session began in January with Democrats in control of the Senate, 26-24, and with Republicans leading the House 57-43. Iowa is one of only seven states with a legislature that’s not controlled by a single party. As you might expect, that means it’s more difficult to pass bills through both chambers.
The usual deadline to end the session is when the per-diem payment for expenses by legislators runs out – this year on May 1. However, the session bogged down on…Continue
The Dickinson County Commission of Veteran Affairs was desperately looking for help sponsoring veterans for its Honor Flight program. And Iowa Great Lakes Council 5043 of the Knights of Columbus stepped up with the funds to sponsor one of the deserving war veterans.
Honor Flight Network is a non-profit organization created to honor America’s veterans for their sacrifices by transporting these heroes to Washington, D.C. to visit and reflect at their memorials. Top priority is…Continue
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