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15791 - FALMOUTH

In Service to One, In Service to All
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Consecration to the Holy Family

01/19/2021


Council: 10019 - LEWISTON

Project Description:

In order to help families come together to consecrate themselves under the protection of the Holy Family, the Supreme Chaplin has composed a prayer. This prayer was recited to the parish after mass. It seeks to strengthen families. revitalize our parish and communities.

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Family of the month/year

01/19/2021


Council: 10019 - LEWISTON

Project Description:

Each month the council at Holy Family has their committee select one parish family that models Christian values and visibly lives them every day. The Grand Knight then presents them with an award at the end of the month at the council meeting.




Holy Hour

01/19/2021


Council: 10019 - LEWISTON

Project Description:

Dan Lake, Bob Dumond, Gordon Davis, Bob Roberge, Brian Labreque and partici Brian Wilson have all pated in Eucharistic adoration in the form of a regularly scheduled Holy Hour. This continues to take place at the chapel in Holly Cross church in Prince of Peace Paris. All of these gentlemen are members of council 10019 Holy Family Church.




REFUND SUPPORT VOCATION PROGRAM

01/19/2021


Council: 10019 - LEWISTON

Project Description:

The council voted to keep the faith alive by supporting our two seminarians by donating $500 and agreed to provide our seminarians with moral support and prayers for success.




54 day I'll be home for Christmas Novena – 15791

01/18/2021


Council: 15791 - FALMOUTH

Project Description:

One of our Brother Knights and his wife participated in the 54 day Rosary Novena, hosted by Relevant radio.

On every day of the Novena, reflections were shared




ACTS proto-Core (December) --- 15791 Falmouth

01/18/2021


Council: 15791 - FALMOUTH

Project Description:

One bother knight and 6 parishioners attender our past Parish ACTS retreat proto-Core meeting, the proto-Core Team meets every month to plan the annual women’s ACTS retreat and the men’s ACTS retreat, our meetings were conducted at Holy Martyrs Church before the pandemic declaration, after the pandemic declaration we continue our meetings by means of video conference, during our last meeting the men’s ACTS retreat director gave an update on the retreat preparation and the COVID-19 guidelines to be used during the retreat preparation and during the retreat

A decision was made to move forward from a proto-core to a full ACTS Core

Women’s Retreat scheduled for May 2021

Our ACTS proto-Core also includes parishioners from Our Lady of Hope Parish, this accomplish two objectives, the first one is to help the Parish of The Holy Eucharist to strength our 3+ year ACTS ministry and to expand the reach of the ACTS retreat to other Parishes, over these past 3 years the ACTS retreat has touched and changed the lives of 100+ parishioners, the fruits of the retreat have been clear in the four core areas of ACTS, A (Adoration) C (Community), T (Theology) and S (Service), many of our Parish ministries have seen a grow in participation coming from the retreatants.

POTHE/OLH ACTS CORE Formation: Both pastors gave their blessing to move forward with forming a Core. By forming a Core, the POTHE/OLH ACTS Community will be a legal Community in the eyes of ACTS Missions. Forming a Core is the next step in the ACTS process after having the 4 Mission Retreats, 2 Men’s and 2 Women’s retreats. The Core is the “guiding body,” along with the pastors and Fr Marquis, our ACTS Chaplain, that assures that all retreats are kept in the true order that ACTS intended, SIMPLE, CATHOLIC, REVERENT.




Coats for Kids ---15971

01/18/2021


Council: 15791 - FALMOUTH

Project Description:

Five Council Brothers, Parish Office Staff and Yarmouth Community Service’s Staff joined together in promoting, ordering and delivering the 2020, Fourth Annual Coats for Needy Kids.

This year was very difficult for the program due to the COVID-19 pandemic, none of our previous community partners accepted donations this time with the exception of the Yarmouth Community Services

The Council coordinated with Yarmouth Community Services to purchase and distribute 72 coats.

God’s miracle’s come to us in many ways. Praise be to GOD.




Council Officers Meeting. (December) – 15791

01/18/2021


Council: 15791 - FALMOUTH

Project Description:

During our past Officer’s meeting we review the following programs and how they will be funded during the pandemic:

New Members
No new members, readmissions or transfers for consideration
Discussion re recruiting in the COVID-19 environment
Council quota for 2020-2021 is four new members

Our Treasurer and Financial reports were reviewed to keep track our current Faith in Action Programs

We hear the reports of our Trustees, Chancellor, Faith in Action Program, Seminarians, Knight and Family of the month, Fourth degree and field agent

We review some fundraising opportunities
Gift Card Raffle, Consecration to the Holy Family, Virtual Baby Bottle Drive and Into the Breach video series




Daily Mass (December)--- 15791 Falmouth

01/18/2021


Council: 15791 - FALMOUTH

Project Description:

Now that Public Masses resume, two brother Knights started to assist one of our Parish Priest, taking care of checking in all the Parishioners attending, making sure the health protocols established by the government were in place (wearing face mask, sanitizing their hands upon entry to the Church, stay at least 6 feet apart)

After Mass we move back everything used during Mass to the Sacristy and to their corresponding storage and the Church was also sanitized




Reconciliation (December) --- 15791 Falmouth

01/18/2021


Council: 15791 - FALMOUTH

Project Description:

One of our Parish Priest and I managed and conducted parking lot drive-thru set up for The Sacrament of Reconciliation at Sacred Heart Church during June. Every Saturday from 2:00 PM to 4:45 PM one of our Parish Priests and I worked together to provide this service. Because of the current stay at home measures to minimize the spread of COVID-19, the Church made available the Sacrament of Reconciliation to all those that needed it. The drive-thru setting allowed us to keep the social distance rules, the parishioners have 3 options to receive the sacrament of Reconciliation, either from their cars and the required social distance, in a kneeler with a double screen (Fabric and plastic) and social distance, or face to face with 7 feet distance between the Priest and the parishioner. Because we are all sinners this service has been very important to many Parishioners.




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