Adopt-A-Trail Program – Through October 2022

Once again this year, our Council will help maintain the trail that runs from the front of St Elizabeth Church, to the covered bridge, then back to the end of the church property. We are looking for volunteers to walk and clean the trail during the months of April, June, August and October.

For details and to sign-up, click here!

 

Patriotic Rosary

July 2 - Our Council will lead a Patriotic Rosary in the church at St. Elizabeth at 7:40 am, prior to the 8:30 am Mass. Inspired by Our Lady, the Patriotic Rosary is a powerful prayer for divine protection and mercy for our Nation and our government leaders at all levels. Each decade of the Patriotic Rosary starts with a historical quote from famous leader, recognizes our states and is followed by the singing of a hymn.   Click here to learn more about this special prayer!

Thank you to the Steve Pucchino and the Brothers who helped support this.  We hope to do it again next year.

Clothing Drive to benefit St Vincent de Paul Society

June 4th / 5th - We collected gently used clothing and other household items after all Masses to benefit St Vincent de Paul Society.  We do this each year, and as usual the members of the parish community were very generous with their donations to assist those in need.

Thank you, Steve Puccino, for coordinating the collection this year!

 

Golf Outing for Charity

June 3rd - Thank you to all the golfers, sponsors and volunteers who made our Annual Golf Outing for Charity a success!  We had over 70 golfers register for a terrific day at Kimberton Golf Club.  The weather could not have been better.  While we didn't have any big prize-hole winners, we enjoyed lots of food, drink and each other's company!  The proceeds from this event will be going to support the charitable activities of our Council local community.

Thank you to Brother Jason Ameen for coordinating the event this year!

Click here for details!

 

Prayer for Protection in Time of Pandemic

The Knights of Columbus has published the prayer said by Pope Francis and Archbishop Lori online, calling on members and Catholics to say the prayer over nine days as a novena beginning Sunday. It especially prays “for those who have fallen ill, for those who are vulnerable and for those who have died.”  It adds: “Intercede also for those charged with protecting the health and safety of others and for those who are tending to the sick and seeking a cure.”

Click here to view and print the prayer.

Taking Care Of Those In Need

We are all being impacted by the COVID-19 crisis, but some of us are struggling more than others.    Our Council is committed to providing assistance to those in need.  Charity is at the heart of our work and our faith.  If you or someone you know in our Council or community are in need of assistance, contact us and let us know.  Learn more by clicking here.

FOCUS Ministry – Sarah Grubb Support

FOCUS (focus.org) is a Catholic apostate that aims to share the hope and joy of the gospel with college students across the United States.  Sarah Grubb was a parishioner before going to college.  She has graduated, and is now has a ministry with FOCUS at Ole Miss.  She is asking for financial assistance, and our Council has agreed to support her in this effort.  If you are interested in helping out, click here to make a tax deductible donation by credit or debit card.  You can find her Spring 2020 update by clicking here.

Message From The Grand Knight

Greetings. I’m Keith Chandler , Grand Knight of Council #13141 of the Knights of Columbus and I want to welcome you to our web-site! I am honored to be serving as the council’s presiding officer for the current year. If you are already a member of the Knights and of our council you will find our website useful in keeping up with events and council news. If you are not currently a member of the Knights, I would like to take invite you to learn more about our organization and what we do.

The Knights of Columbus was founded in 1882 by the Venerable Servant of God, Father Michael J. McGivney in St Mary's Church in New Haven, CT. If canonized, Father McGivney would be the first American born priest to become a Saint.

To learn more information about Fr. McGivney, visit the website dedicated to his Life and Legacy at www.fathermcgivney.org

Explore our site!  If you are interested in learning more about becoming a member, please click here and we will be in touch with you shortly!