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15791 - FALMOUTH

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Council Officers Meeting. (April) – 15791

05/30/2021


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:

No new members, re-admissions or transfers for consideration

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

New Business




Daily Mass (April) --- 15791 Falmouth

05/30/2021


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




Daily Mass (May) --- 15791 Falmouth

05/30/2021


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




The Most Holy Rosary of the Blessed Virgin Mary (April) --- 15791 Falmouth

05/30/2021


Council: 15791 - FALMOUTH

Project Description:

Since the beginning of the Pandemic, one of our Priests started to broadcast live the Holy Rosary, since day one four Brother nights join him, along with 30+ brothers in Christ every day uninterrupted, from our Parish and from other Parishes in Maine and other states

We have been praying for an end of the Pandemic, for all the Doctors, Nurses and all the Hospital personnel, Chaplains

In addition to praying the Holy Rosary we have been praying different Novenas, all with our Souls, hearts and minds place in the hands of God

By the Grace of God many of our prayers have been answer, we will continue praying for and end of the pandemic, for all the victims of the pandemic and for an increase in Faith, Hope and Charity thru all the world




The Most Holy Rosary of the Blessed Virgin Mary (May) --- 15791 Falmouth

05/30/2021


Council: 15791 - FALMOUTH

Project Description:

Since the beginning of the Pandemic, one of our Priests started to broadcast live the Holy Rosary, since day one four Brother nights join him, along with 30+ brothers in Christ every day uninterrupted, from our Parish and from other Parishes in Maine and other states

We have been praying for an end of the Pandemic, for all the Doctors, Nurses and all the Hospital personnel, Chaplains

In addition to praying the Holy Rosary we have been praying different Novenas, all with our Souls, hearts and minds place in the hands of God

By the Grace of God many of our prayers have been answer, we will continue praying for and end of the pandemic, for all the victims of the pandemic and for an increase in Faith, Hope and Charity thru all the world




TMIY (April) --- 15791 Falmouth

05/30/2021


Council: 15791 - FALMOUTH

Project Description:

Seven council brothers and thirteen Parishioners participated in the weekly this Man Is You

Over the course of 4 weeks, we meet to watch TMIY Spring semester

We meet every Saturday from 7:00 AM to 8:00 AM.

We watch and share our faith, allowing us to strength our relationship with God and our families




TMIY (May) --- 15791 Falmouth

05/30/2021


Council: 15791 - FALMOUTH

Project Description:

Seven council brothers and thirteen Parishioners participated in the weekly this Man Is You

Over the course of 4 weeks, we meet to watch the KoC Into the Bridge series

We meet every Saturday from 7:00 AM to 8:00 AM.

We watch and share our faith, allowing us to strength our relationship with God and our families




Family of the Month for May 2021

05/29/2021


Council: 13861 - SANFORD

Project Description:

The St. Thomas Knights of Columbus Council has chosen the family of Ray and Barbara Wallace as family of the month for May 2021.
Ray and Barbara are proud parents of a daughter Latisha, who married Canaan Harriman last October. Ray has been a knight in the St. Thomas Council for the past 21 years.

Ray is involved in several activities in St. Therese of Lisieux Parish. Ray serves on the ACTS team that will soon be organizing another retreat. Ray’s wife Barbara is also involved in the ACTS program as an ACTS sister. Ray and Barbara serve on the Worship and Spirituality Committee. Ray helps coordinate the weekly That Man is You and Into the Breach sessions at the parish hall on Saturday mornings, as well. Ray is part of the Music Ministry at the 11:00 am Sunday mass and cantors once a month. Finally, Ray is part of the Catholic Prison Ministry. This ministry ministered to the York County Jail inmates on Saturday evenings before the pandemic. The visits to the York County Jail will resume after the pandemic is over.

The Knights of Columbus proudly presents the Family of the Month for May, the Wallace family, a family united in living their faith together. We are blessed to have them in our parish!




February Knight of the Month

05/26/2021


Council: 13861 - SANFORD

Project Description:

KNIGHT OF THE MONTH
FEBRUARY
Our Knight of the Month, John Greenlee, has been a Knight for fifteen years. He has served as our Worthy Financial Secretary for many of those years.
For those who may not realize, Financial Secretary is considered the most demanding position in the council but is one that works “behind the scenes” for the most part, sending out notices regarding membership and dues, entering new members into the KofC data base, preparing many required reports to keep the council in compliance, preparing membership cards each year, and working in hand with the Worthy Treasurer preparing financial vouchers guaranteeing our financial checks and balances. John is a resource in helping with council communications. John, a Fourth Degree Knight and member of The Color Guard, participates in Color Guard activities at funerals for our fallen Brothers. He is also the Assembly Faithful Financial Secretary.
In his spare time, John works as a CPA and is an avid gardener/farmer. He plants a rather large garden and donates much of his harvest to local food pantries. This past year he donated over four hundred pounds of vegetables.
Please join me in congratulating John, a shining example for The Knights of Columbus.




January Knight of the Month

05/26/2021


Council: 13861 - SANFORD

Project Description:

Knight of the Month
January
Our Knight of the Month served our council as Grand Knight for three years. He serves us as our Worthy Recorder, Worthy Program Director, and Worthy Community Program director. He gathers everyone’s surge hours either at our council meetings or through e mails, keeping a spread sheet on all the various categories of service. Annually, he summarizes these surge hours and submits the Annual Survey of Fraternal Activity.
John also serves on the Knight of the Month and the Family of the Month nominating committees. He is a participant on the Sanitizing team and serves as Lector, Eucharistic Minister, and Altar Server. Prior to COVID-19 he also organized the coffee social after 9:00 am Sunday mass.
John prints the certificates for Knight and Family of the Month and submits articles to both the parish bulletin as well as the newspaper.
Just this past month John planned, organized, and staged the Keep Christ in Christmas Poster Contest and the Catholic Citizenship Essay Contest with St. Thomas School.
Please join me in congratulating John Chandonnet our Knight of the Month for January.




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