Many Parish Knights of Columbus Join Ranks of the 4th Degree

On June 13, 2015, almost twenty members of the St. Philip and St. Clare Knights of Columbus Council #11825 travelled to Cornwall, Ontario to be explemified into the 4th Degree of the Knights of Columbus, the highest “rank” within the fraternal order. This degree represents patriotism, the last of the four (but certainly not the least) concepts that underpin what the Knights of Columbus stand for. It is the pinnacle of Knighthood, where its members live, serve and protect the Truth of our Catholic faith.

Afterwards, everybody came back to the St. Philip Parish Hall for the Knights year-end banquet, and to celebrate and recognize the new, and existing, Sir Knights of Council #11825.

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The Sir Knights of the 4th Degree of St. Philip and St. Clare Council #11825

Front row (L to R): Peter Moore, Jack Lemyre, Bill Flynn, Stephen Dale, Ray Huet, Ernie Beaudette, Gerry Blair, Gerry Gautier.
Middle Row (L to R): Erick Muis, Dale Robichaud, Vic Galea, Brian Goss, Richard Guitard, Alf Kavanaugh, Luc St. Jean
Back row (L to R): Dan McKenna, Peter White, Tom McHale, Dcn Mark Masson, Fr. Bob Poole, Dcn Louis Seward, Patrick McIver, Bernie Roosen, Marc Fouasse, and Peter Maitland.
Missing: Neil Van Galder, Glenroy Huff, Brent Mather, Mike Lotan, Bob Lawless

 

 

Knights of Columbus Publish Activity Calendar for Upcoming Fraternal Year

The St. Philip and St. Clare Knights of Columbus have recently finalized their activity calendar for the upcoming 2015-2016 fraternal year. This was done following the Knights recent executive meeting and parish planning meeting.

The activity calendar can be viewed here, and also by viewing the Knights’ recently-updated webpage on the parish website.

All Knights members and parishioners are encouraged to view this calendar and mark on your calendars these dates. The Knights are an important part of the St. Philip and St. Clare Catholic community  through its many community-building and fundraising activities, and we look forward to having another successful fraternal (as well as pastoral) year in 2015-2016.

St. Philip Temporal Affairs Council Issues its Latest Quarterly Report

The St. Philip Temporal Affairs Council has issued its latest report for the three months ending June 30, 2015. A hard copy of the report will be available this weekend.

The quarterly report can also be viewed here.

To view previous reports, please visit the St. Philip’s TAC page and look for it under the heading, “TAC Reports to Parishioners and Other Reports.” Parishioners will find links to past TAC reports starting with the quarter ending September 30, 2013.