Today, Holy Thursday 2018, we also commemorate Father Michael J. McGivney and the Knights of Columbus on Founder’s Day.
As we celebrate the legacy of Venerable Michael McGivney and the contributions of our brother Knights since 1882, we also prepare for an even greater future as we live out the vision of our founder.
The anniversary of the realization of Father McGivney’s dream is a cause for celebration.
Councils throughout the Order are urged to observe this day – among their own members and with the community at large – as a reminder of what the Knights of Columbus has accomplished in the past years, the ideals of the Order, and their own local achievements.
We are reaching the end of the Lenten season. March 25 marks the start of Holy Week with Palm Sunday. Mass is scheduled at normal hours, but there will be a procession at 10am. Check the Parish schedule here and plan your week accordingly.
In council news, after Easter Sunday at a date to be determined in April there will be a presentation of three new flags for the flagpoles at the church entrance. The penny weigh-in will take place on the 19th of April, and the First Communion breakfast will be on the morning of the 22nd.
Update: pictures from the 10am procession can be viewed here.