Knights of Columbus

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Knights of Columbus
Christ the King Council 13388
Mashpee, Massachusetts


Chaplain

Msgr. Daniel F. Hoye 

Church Director
Deacon Robert Lemay

Vocations Director
Deacon Frank Fantasia

Grand Knight
Jay Ambrose

Deputy G. Knight
Mark Linse

Chancellor
Shane Clark

Recorder
Jim Parenteau

Financial Secretary
Thomas O’Loughlin

Treasurer
Jim Livingston

Lecturer
Dan Lindburg

Advocate
Bill Kelly

Warden
Dave Ellison

Inside Guard
John Fahrenholz

Outside Guard
Bill Sullivan

Trustees

Dick Kiernin
Joe Powers
David Rowley

 

 

The newly elected
Knights of Columbus Council 13388 ~ 2014-2015

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Our Mission Statement

 

Christ The King Council13388 is comprised of members of the Knights of Columbus, the largest fraternal lay organization of The Catholic Church. We are Catholic gentlemen committed to the exemplification of Charity, Unity, Fraternity, Patriotism and Defense of The Catholic Church. The order is consecrated to The Blessed Virgin Mary and is unequivocal in it’s loyalty to the Pope and is firmly committed to the protection of human life from conception to natural death and the preservation and the defense of the family. We are dedicated to helping Catholic Families spiritually grow in their faith and defend their beliefs. Through strong volunteerism of time and talent, members involve themselves in charitable programs to meet the needs of Christ The King Parish and the Mashpee, MA community.

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Father Michael J. Mc Givney

founded the Knights of Columbus in 1882 at Saint Mary’s in New Haven, CT. as an organization committed to unity as a Catholic lay organization, Charity to those in need and Fraternity with fellow brother knights.

Today, knights and their families remain true to these principles and work to spread Columbianism around the world.

You and your family will benefit from membership in the Knights of Columbus. Join today and help make a better tomorrow.

 

The Knights Prayer

Our Lady Queen of the Knights, bless all the activities of our order. Keep us true to our pledge to extend the kinship of thy Divine Son on Earth. Through your intercession, win for us the grace ever to exemplify in our public and in our private lives the virtues which should characterize those specially dedicated to the service of the heavenly court. Make us always aware as your Knights we are constantly observed, our faith judged and our order appreciated. Accept O Mary this renewed pledge of Faith and devotion of thy servants, The Knights of Columbus, Amen.

 

NEWS & REVIEWS…

DSC_0806KNIGHTS 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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Installation Ceremony 2014

 

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS INSTALLATION JULY 19, 2014

On Saturday afternoon at 2:00 PM, Council  #13388 of Christ the King Parish held its annual installation of officers.We had our new District Deputy, Chris Pereirato to help with the installation services. Msgr. Hoye, our pastor was the celebrant during the blessing of us, and our “”Jewels”. 

After the installation services in the Chapel, we adjourned for a coffee break and the attended the 4:00 PM Mass as a group.

The festivities ended with a nice dinner in the parish hall attended by family and friends. It was hosted by our “new Grand Knight”Mark  Linse, and his wife, Peg. 

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History

Christ The King Council was
founded in 2003 through the efforts of a small core of Churchparishioners and their Pastor Reverend Monsignor Ronald A. Tosti who saw a need for Catholic men to share their talents abilities and leadership in service to The Catholic Church and all those in need.

 

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.

 

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For more information contact Marty Henry martin.henry@comcast.net

 

Council Programs

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
Catholic College Information Fair
Pro-Life Communion Breakfast
Free Throw Basketball Competition
Tootsie Roll Drive for special needs children
Parish Annual MOMS/K of C Family Night
Mission Honduras Project
Parish Adoration Program
Give Them Hope Inc.
Monthly Council Rosary
Habitat For Humanity

Right to Life
Pass It On
A Woman’s Concern
Path to Hope
Morality in Media
Special Olympics
Parish Golf Tournament
Saint Patrick’s Day Dinner Dance
Breakfast With Santa
Columbus Day Event
“From Galway to Broadway”