Monona Knights Council 8178 planning on cemetery project.
Date & time tba.
Added by Monona_Area_Knights on June 2, 2015 at 11:00am — No Comments
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
Added by Tom Chapman on May 29, 2015 at 12:34pm — No Comments
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…Continue
Added by Jason Follett on May 27, 2015 at 10:02pm — No Comments
The Western Iowa of KofC James & Judy Chambers Memorial Camporee will be held in Storm Lake on 12-14 June 2015.
Those interested in attending are asked to call the City of Storm Lake campgrounds to make your reservations. The phone number is 712-732-8023.…Continue
Added by Jason Follett on May 27, 2015 at 4:30pm — No Comments
Culture of Life forum on USCCB web site...
Added by Dennis Shea on May 27, 2015 at 11:08am — No Comments
Inside the pro-life movement there is a growing rift. It is called Personhood. What comes from it is the notion that unless all pro-life initiatives are immediately adopted, none should be supported. This all or nothing mentality doesn't follow logically. It is called a false dilemma and one which does far more damage than good, in the long run.
We must be more aware of our positions and understand that it is better to get a win that gives us 20% than abandon the argument and…
Added by Andy Milam on May 26, 2015 at 10:30am — No Comments
The Supreme Council has announced it's Family of the Month Awardees for February.
Every month the Supreme Council will randomly draw 100 entries from the all the Family of the Month Applications that are sent in to Supreme. This month we are lucky to have three winners from the state of Iowa. Winners will receive a Holy Family Plague from Supreme.
This Months Winners are:
The Family of David and Janice Loecke. Council 1962 - Manchester
The Family of Roger and…Continue
Added by Joseph Pollpeter on May 23, 2015 at 6:24pm — No Comments
State Family Director
April Knight and Family of the Month:
I would like to congratulate the following Knights for their outstanding work that lead them to be nominated for the State of Iowa Knight and Family of the Month:
Knight of the Month is Bob Hageman from Council 4208 in Decorah. Bob was nominated by Grand Knight Brian Franzen. Bob keeps things running smoothly in his Council. He…Continue
Added by Joseph Pollpeter on May 23, 2015 at 5:50pm — No Comments
The Roses For Life Campaign was held at the Sacred Heart Church in Maquoketa. This event was held on Saturday and Sunday May 9th and 10th. Our Council was able to raise $263.73. Thank You to everyone who help in any way, and a special thank you to everyone who donated to this Knights of Columbus event.
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Brother Knight and Program Director Jason Follett recently wrote a letter to the editor of the Des Moines Register regarding Religious Liberty.
What follows are his thoughts:
Religious liberty exists to allow human persons to fulfill their obligation to seek God and must be a civil or constitutional right. It is a civil right that is rooted in human dignity. While it is a civil right, it is also a natural right. Natural law says that every human person ought to have…Continue
Added by Andy Milam on May 22, 2015 at 10:30am — No Comments
The Iowa Senate and House have passed different versions of SF 510, the "standings" appropriations bill. The bill makes adjustments to appropriations that are required by state law.
Regarding an issue of concern to the Iowa Catholic Conference, both versions of SF 510 contain status quo funding of $8.6 million for the transportation of nonpublic school students. If fully funded, the appropriation would be $9.96 million. School districts control how this money is expended either by…Continue
I pledge allegiance to the flag …… words we recite often. Knights are rightfully proud of our investment in these two words “under God” which reflect our belief shared by the founders in the…Continue
Click here for the 6 May 2015 Iowa Knight Life radio program podcast. Go to the 15:30 mark to hear State Deputy Mike Gaspers interview Dave Sanger.
With the current fraternal year about to close, council officers need to Finish Strong and transition for a Quick Start to the new fraternal year.
All fraternal leaders are invited to register and attend this one hour presentation. This webinar will discuss the importance of finishing the…Continue
Added by Jason Follett on May 18, 2015 at 2:00pm — No Comments
Different week – same story. There’s still no deal at the legislature regarding funding for public schools. Republicans have proposed a $100 million increase and the Democrats have proposed a $200 million increase. This disagreement is holding up completion of the state budget.
In the meantime, we have put two new alerts up on our website. As usual, several issues that had been put aside earlier in the session have come back to be…Continue
Added by Tom Chapman on May 18, 2015 at 9:29am — No Comments
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For the full, publicly available issue of the Spring/Summer 2015 edition of the Tepeyac newsletter, from whence this piece came, click…Continue
Added by Decorah Knights on May 16, 2015 at 4:39pm — No Comments
Special Olympics Iowa has been selected as one of the top 200 causes (out of about 4,000 entries) to move forward to the voting phase for the State Farm Neighborhood Assist grant program. If they are among to top 40 at the end of the voting, they will win a $25,000 grant to support Unified Sports throughout Iowa!
You have 10 votes per day…Continue
Added by Jason Follett on May 14, 2015 at 11:19am — No Comments