DID YOU KNOW THAT 1 OUT OF 3 PEOPLE OVER AGE 65 WILL FALL THIS YEAR?
On March 28th at 7:15 PM, the Knights of Columbus of Christ the King Parish will host ”Fighting Falls” presented by Lisa Cooper from Cape Cod Rehab.
All are welcome! Admission is free!
During the talk, Lisa will put on a demonstration of the various activities used to help prevent those falls, and the use of their state of the art –“Balance, Testing and Training Systems.” At the end, there will be time for any questions to be answered.
Coffee and pastries will be served.
Any questions please call Jim Livingston, PGK @ 508-221-3596.
We hope you can attend!!
NEWS & REVIEWS…
Knights of Columbus Social Night
February 22, 2016
The Knights of Columbus had Deacon Bob Lemay as this month’s speaker for their Social Evening in the Parish Hall on Monday, Feb. 22,2016.
Deacon Lemay gave a very interesting and enlightening talk on his path as a U. S. Marine to Warrant Officer in the U. S. Coast Guard and then to his role as our Deacon here at Christ the King Parish.
Deacon Lemay joined the U.S.Marines in his 17th year, and after three years, left his active duty status then completing three more years in active and ready reserves.
Bob and his wife Joanne were married while he was in the Marine Corps.
He worked as a carpenter working on bridges on highways around the Lowell area.
The winter of 1960-61 was terrible for work, so he enlisted in the U.S. Coast Guard, and rose from the ranks of enlisted men to the Warrant Officer status in rapid succession as compared to the time it would have taken to acquire the same rank in the Marine Corps.
Being married and raising a family with the demands that his CG duties made on their lives, Deacon Lemay was always looking for ways to better his life, and that of his family. There was also a continued desire in his mind to do what God had in mind for him. As a Warrant Officer, he commanded many men, and traveled to many interesting places. He realized from his experiences that God was always present.
An Army Chaplain in Hawaii became a good friend and advised him about the Church renewing the ministry of Deacon and suggested he look into it, for it might be for him.
It was while being stationed here at Otis Coast Guard Air Station that there was a notice from the Fall River Diocese that they were recruiting Deacons.
After he retired from the U.S. Coast Guard, Msgr. Tosti received permission from Bishop O’Malley to allow Deacon Lemay be a Pastoral Assistant here at CTK.
The Knights of Columbus have been lucky to have a series of excellent speakers this past winter. They have a Social Night on the last Monday Night each Month. We plan on continuing these events until summer. The Social Night is open to the Public, free of charge at 7:15 PM on The Last Monday night each month. We hope you all can attend.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS INSTALLATION 2015
The Knights of Columbus Council #13388 of Christ the King Parish held their annual Installation of Officers on July 25, 2015. It began with attendance at the 4:00 PM Mass, celebrated by Monsignor Hoye, and attended by their friends and families. Immediately after Mass, they went to St. Judes Chapel and there were sworn into their various positions by District Deputy Bud Costello.
K of C Chaplain, Monsignor Hoye opened the proceedings with a prayer, followed by a talk from outgoing Grand Knight , Mark Linse. Chaplain , Msgr. Hoye, finally received his Jewel signifying his office in the council., followed in turn by each officer receiving his “charge” and Jewel from District Deputy Bud Costello. When possible help was given to each Knight by their respective wives doing the honors of placing their Jewel, representing their office, around their necks.
After the ceremony in the Chapel the new officers, wives , friends and families retired to the Quashnet Country club for a nice meal.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS GIVES SCHOLARSHIPS TO TWO WORTHY RECIPIENTS
& BARBARA COTTON SPEAKS, AS WELL AS SEMINARIAN MATTHEW GILL.
At the Knight’s of Columbus June 8, 2015 Business Meeting, Grand Knight Mark Linse presented two outstanding young men with $1,000.00 Scholarships each. The students, Bryan Hyde, and Christian Cotton, will both be attending St. John Paul II in the fall.
Bryan Hyde was accompanied by his mother, Christen, and Christian Cotton was accompanied by his parents, John and Barbara Cotton.
After the presentations, both Bryan and Christian gave very well thought out thank you’s to the Knights of Columbus, explaining how much the scholarships meant to them and their families, and a promise to do their very best to make one and all proud for them.
Barbara Cotton took the time of the event to say a “Thank You” to the Knights of Columbus for their Donation of $300.00 to The Cape Cod Children’s Museum in Mashpee where she is the Director. The money was, in turn, given by the Museum to three families to cover their one year memberships. She went on to say how grateful these families were to the K of C for the opportunities allowed because of these gifts.
Closing out the guest list, was, Seminarian Matthew Gill, who is attending St. John’s Seminary in Boston, MA. He is one of the 4 seminarians that the Council gives support to over the year. He came to the meeting to thank all the Knights for their continued support, both spiritual and monetary. The Council gives each seminarian a $500.00 yearly stipend.
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Who Can Join The Knights of Columbus
Membership in The Knights of Columbus Council 13388 is open to practicing Catholic men in union with The Holy See who are at least eighteen years old. A practicing Catholic is one who lives up to the Commandments of God and the precepts of the Church.
Since the inception of the Council some of the many activities and
programs that have been undertaken and supported are as follows:
Ongoing Red Cross blood drives
Right to Life