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Come join your fellow Knights for a fun evening Family bonfire
at Vacation Isle Park. Saturday, August 24th 5pm to 8 pm
[Just north of Sea World]
Any questions or more information, please contact:
Martin Teachworth at : email@example.com
Mobile phone: 619-850-7979
Happy Birthday to All Worthy Brothers!
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Meeting Attendance Drawing: Win $$$
Did you know . . . ?
. . . that at each business meeting, you have an opportunity to win $25 or more.
JUST FOR SHOWING UP TO THE MEETING!
Each business meeting, we have a membership drawing in which all members are represented but only one name is pulled. If it is your name, the minimum you win is $25.00 . Every month in which the winner is not present, another $5.00 is added to the potential winnings pot.
A sweet deal~So just show up!
Mentors for new members wanted
Do you remember when you first joined the Knights?
Is there a Catholic gentleman 18+, that you know who isn't a Knight?
Why not enrich his life and give him the gift of a membership in the Knights?
Please contact Ed Dondero or Pat Esquibel for details at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to all the Prayer Warriors,
please continue to join us to recite the Rosary every Wednesday at 6:30-PM in Santa Sophia Church.
See Br. Pat Esquibel for details at: email@example.com
**The Rosary Prayer Group meets every 4th Saturday of the month, at Planned Parenthood on Main St.
in El Cajon, CA. For details on how you can help, please contact Br. Van Fritzenkotter at: firstname.lastname@example.org
I'd also like to encourage all to continue your personal prayers for the healing of our fellow brothers.
Officers Meetings & council Business meetings Schedule
Officers Meetings are the 1st Thursday of each month-starting at 7 pm in the Verhoeven Room.
All officers must attend. All members are welcome to attend as well
Council Business Meetings are the 3rd Thursday of each month in the DeMoor Room. All members should attend
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Important- for Brother knights in financial distress
*** Attention Worthy Brothers!
If any of you are experiencing financial difficulties and cannot meet your dues obligations, the Knights of Columbus and this Council can help! Just Contact the Grand Knight or Deputy Grand Knight and they can find a way to meet your dues or help you get over a financial obstacle- just ask.
Contact Shawn Reidy, Grand Knight at email@example.com or call 619-559-5037
Leo McGarry, Deputy Grand Knight at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Practical Catholic Guidelines
These guidelines include:
- A practical Catholic accepts the teaching authority of the Catholic Church on matters of faith and morals, aspires to live in accordance with the precepts of the Catholic Church, and is in good standing with the Catholic Church.
- A practical Catholic strives to have a greater knowledge of the teaching of Christ and his Church, and to accept, respect and defend the Church’s authority (vested in the Supreme Pontiff, the hierarchy and clergy united with him) to teach, govern and sanctify the faithful.
- A practical Catholic gives material and moral support to the Church and her works on all levels, promoting the programs of the parish and diocese and coming to the aid of the missions, the needy and the underprivileged; supports and advances the just causes of minority groups; endeavors to eliminate unjust discrimination, prejudice, etc.; and supports the Church in her defense of marriage and family life.
- If questions regarding the practical Catholicity of an applicant or member arise, the pastor of the applicant or member should be consulted before any action i
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