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Market Insights - September 2021

Posted on September 21, 2021 in: Market Insights

Market Insights - September 2021
By: Tony Minopoli, President & CIO of Knights of Columbus Asset Advisors Source One of the greatest joys of my job is being able to focus on things that genuinely interest me. I have always been a student of history and politics and have a love of the Financial markets. The investment business is really the intersection of these three items. The events of the last few w...

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Cowboy Bulletin September 2021
Download Full PDF From Your State Deputy A Renewal at Supreme, A Renewal of Wyoming’s Councils As a new state deputy, I joined other state deputies in New Haven, CT for several days in June. Be-sides meeting the top officers and department heads of the Order, we breathed deeply of its history, culture, and operations, culminating in our installation as state deputi...

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RETIREMENT INCOME YOU CAN COUNT ON. GUARANTEED.
RETIREMENT INCOME YOU CAN COUNT ON. GUARANTEED. What is it? An annuity is a retirement savings product. You make contributions, and, after a specified amount of time, the annuity pays you a regular income stream. Who needs it? There are few financial matters we give more thought and attention to than our retirement. Everyone thinks about it. Everyone needs it. ...

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The Truth Certainly Stings

Posted on September 14, 2021 in: General News

The Truth Certainly Stings
KofC Insurance Report More than 70 percent of Americans over the age of 65 will need long-term care services at some point in their lives, according to a study by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. If that doesn’t open eyes, consider the following HHS statistic: Anyone reaching the age of 65 years has a 40 percent chance of entering a nursing home, with ...

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‘A Little Bit of Light’

Posted on September 07, 2021 in: General News

‘A Little Bit of Light’
K of C insurance agents recall delivering immediate aid to families of first responders after 9/11 By Cecilia Hadley 9/1/2021 Source Recovery workers at ground zero kneel before the World Trade Center Cross during a prayer service March 29, 2002. Photo by Susan Watts/NY Daily News Archive/Getty Images SHOCK. ANGER. DISBELIEF. Twenty years later, New York and New...

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Knight's Vision August 2021

Posted on September 03, 2021 in: Montana Newsletter

Knight's Vision August 2021
Download Full PDF From the State Deputy The end of Q1 is upon us this September. A way to go to finish the year but it is never too late to get started on making our goals (Council Forms and membership quotas)! Many of you have taken the first two months off because it is summer. Delaying inviting new men into the Knights and delaying in helping your parish with a CO...

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Council Meeting Messages September 2021
Council Meeting Message September 2021 Dowload Full Council Annoucements Here Some events are the harbinger of the change in seasons:  swallows returning to Capistrano, opening day for major league baseball, kids getting out of school for summer vacation (and then school shopping in August!), football season in the fall with Halloween and Thanksgiving and finally end...

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Knights Call - August 2021
Download Full PDF    “Do all you can, leave the rest to God.” These simple words were the motto of Sister Blandina. Last month I had the great honor of attending the dedication of a new garden for her in Trinidad near Holy Trinity Catholic Church. She was born in Italy in 1850, and when she was 4 years old moved to Ohio. At the age of 16, she joined ...

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Market Insights - August 2021

Posted on August 25, 2021 in: Market Insights

Market Insights - August 2021
By: Tony Minopoli, President & CIO of Knights of Columbus Asset Advisors Last month, I start musing about the Federal Reserve’s (“Fed”) call that inflation would be transitory. As an investor, and an analyst at heart, we are trained to be curious and to ask questions. In a case where the Fed says inflation will be transitory, the obvious question is to ...

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Blessed Father McGivney

Posted on August 19, 2021 in: General News

Blessed Father McGivney
Who is Father McGivney? On March 29, 1882, the then 29-year-old assistant pastor of St. Mary’s Church in New Haven, Conn., gathered a group of parish men to found a lay organization with the goal of uniting men in the Catholic Faith and protecting the families of deceased members. Through that act, the founder of the Knights of Columbus, Father Michael McGivney, bec...

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