HOLY EUCHARIST COUNCIL KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS – 25 YEARS
We are only six months away from the 25th Anniversary of our Holy Eucharist Parish Council #11330 of the Knights of Columbus. Our council went “dormant” a few years back due to the need to refresh the membership of our council with additional, active members. Can this still happen? Sure it could and perhaps the recent unprecedented initiative of the Supreme Council may be the key. See the information below and see if it is time for you or some other Catholic gentlemen in your life to make the bold step forward…
What you see below is a tribute to the dedicated men that first formed the Holy Eucharist Council and served for many years, doing many great things for our parish. Not a few have passed away already, while some of the “Charter members” are still active in our parish – as well as many that joined after Council #11330 was established. As a grateful parish, we salute them all and we raise a prayer that the Lord will richly reward them for their dedication to the ideals of the Knights and, by living those ideals, they accomplished much for good of our parish.
+Monsignor Vladimir Bozyk
+Daniel (Dmytro) Kalenchuk
Fr. Gregory Zubacz
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS HAVE INITIATED A UNIQUE, LIMITED MEMBERSHIP OFFER!
The Knights of Columbus Manitoba State Council has initiated a new wave of activity to celebrate a very special moment in the history of the Order that was founded almost 140 years ago in 1882. The priest that founded the Knights – Father Michael McGivney – was declared “Blessed” on October 31st, 2020
(see video below)
To celebrate this, the Supreme Council of the Knights is offering a very special opportunity…
Any Catholic man that would like to join the Knights of Columbus as an “On-line Member” can do so – for Free! Go to www.kofc.org/joinus and explore the page and then click [Join Today] at the bottom of that page(He just has to use this Special Code: ‘MCGIVNEY2020′) This unique opportunity lasts only until the end of 2020.
Questions you might have:
What does an “Online Member” mean?
– This man gets the same benefits as a regular member without attending meetings, or being part of a Council
– He can help on projects, participate in programs, or help to service at Church.
– He can have access to purchase K of C insurance as well.
– He then can become a regular member whenever he wants. (It’s a new way to join in our online and pandemic culture)