The 2015 Running of the Silver Rose will begin Sunday, June 28 as the Rose is presented from the Wisconsin State Council. It will conclude during a send-off ceremony on Sunday, July 19 as it is passed to the Illinois State Council.…Continue
The Knights of Columbus of Lansing are now maintaining an active website.
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Grinnell Knights Council 4248 has started a new website that will keep Council members and all interested parties aware of the many doings of the Council.
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The Iowa Supreme Court has struck down the Board of Medicine’s rule that essentially prohibited telemedicine (“webcam”) abortions. A district court had upheld the rule, but Planned Parenthood appealed to the Iowa Supreme Court. Here’s a statement from the Iowa Catholic bishops on today’s news:
We are disappointed by the Iowa Supreme Court’s decision to strike down a rule prohibiting abortions by telemedicine.
In 2013 the Iowa Board of Medicine approved a rule that required a…Continue
Pope Francis has released his encyclical letter “Laudato Si” (Praise Be to You). Addressing his letter to all the people living on the planet, the pope asks us to consider what kind of world we want to leave to those who come after us.
The chair of the Iowa Catholic Conference board, Bishop Richard Pates of Des Moines, said, “‘Praise be to you’ as an encyclical is not a political…Continue
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Click here for a pdf copy of the Newsletter.
Note that much more information is available on the DecorahKnights.tk website than shows up in the Newsletter.
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I am pleased to announce the May State Knight and Family of the Month.
Mike Lachnitt from Council 568 in Burlington is our Knight of the Month. Mike will receive a Monogramed Custom Polo Shirt for being selected Knight of the Month.
Ed Ness and his wife Melinda from Council 4132 in Hawarden are the State Family of the Month. Ed and Melinda will receive a personalized Family Bible. Their names have also been entered in the Supreme Family of the Month. If their name is chosen,…Continue
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Congratulations to Brother Tim Mueller, his wife Barb, and their family.
Shown in the photo below clockwise starting front left: Tim Mueller, Son Greg Mueller, Son-in-law Dave Kirchner, Brian Franzen (Grand Knight 2014-2015). Photo was taken 11 May 2015.…Continue
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The Decorah Knights Council 4208 pancake breakfast collected $1,262 to support seminarian Jim Goerend via the Knights of Columbus RSVP program. Seen in the photo below is Mr. Goerend at the breakfast in…Continue
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Waukon Council 1570 hosted there 2015 family picnic on June 09,2015 at Greenvally Get Away. A good time was had by all with games for the kids and GREAT food. Fr. Durbert was thanked for his support of Council 1570 for the last two years.
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Vice Supreme Master William G. Baalmann announced on 29 May 2015 that Father Paul F. Hans Assembly 3265 was selected as the winner of the To Be A Patriot Award for the Father Juan Padilla Province for their project Fallen Soldier Memorial Plaza at Somersby Park.
“The project truly demonstrates the dedication and exemplification of your…Continue
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Seen left to right in the photo below is Recorder Sean Devine-Meyer presenting Financial Secretary Robert Hageman with the certificate indicating Hageman's selection as Iowa Knight of the Month for April 2015. In addition to the certificate, Hageman received an Iowa Knight of the Month shirt with his name on it.
Among his many contributions to Council 4208, Robert Hageman has served as the Council's Financial Secretary for forty-eight (48!) years. Robert and his wife Joann are models…Continue
It is with great honor and I am pleased to share with you the good news that Bill Wieland has been named Knight of the Year by the 4th Degree Assembly 3031 of West Des Moines. Assembly 3031 includes the parishes of Sacred Heart and St. Francis of Assisi which are both located in West Des Moines.
In making the presentation last night on Monday, June 1, Faithful Navigator Joe Pollpeter had this to say about Bill Wieland as Knight of…
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The 2015 Iowa legislative session adjourned last Friday after the leaders of the Senate, controlled by Democrats, and the House, controlled by Republicans, came to a budget agreement. One of the most hard-fought issues – a funding increase for Iowa’s public schools – was finally resolved. Legislators agreed to a compromise that includes an increase of $55.7 million of “one-time money” from the state’s savings account, and a $50 million or so increase which will be included in the base…Continue
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Congratulations to Mr. Jim Brockert for earning May's Agent of the Month for the Still Agency!
Des Moines, Iowa-June 4, 2015-Late last night, life-saving mandatory ultrasound language passed both Iowa House and Senate chambers! It now heads to Governor Branstad's desk for his signature.
While Democrat lawmakers this year refused to budge on the funding of the abortion…
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Monona Knights Council 8178 planning on cemetery project.
Date & time tba.
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Statehouse leaders have not yet come to an agreement on the state budget. Most legislators are at home while leaders are at the state capitol discussing (or not discussing) a possible deal. The next deadline is really July 1, when the new fiscal year begins.
One of the main sticking points is still funding for public schools. The Democrats are supporting a $200 million increase while Republicans have proposed a $100 million increase.
There are ongoing disagreements on other…Continue
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