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MANY CULTURES, ONE FAITH

Posted on June 15, 2022 in: Catholic Life

MANY CULTURES, ONE FAITH
By: Mike Mastromatteo Father Michel Chalhoub of Jesus the King Melkite Catholic Church in Thornhill, Ontario, blesses the congregation. The establishment of the Knights’ first Melkite/Arab Christian council near Toronto adds new meaning to the international fraternal organization’s...

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Seven ways to foster vocations in the family
Seven ways to foster vocations in the family By Father Ryan O'Neill “What do you want to be when you grow-up?” This is one of the all-time most popular questions for children when they go to visit the relatives for Thanksgiving or Christmas. At least, when I was a kid, thi...

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PENTECOST IS PERSONAL

Posted on June 05, 2022 in: Catholic Life

PENTECOST IS PERSONAL
We have a mission like the first apostles By Gerald Korson The Descent of the Holy Ghost by Titian (1488 - 1576) in church Santa Maria della Salute, Venice. Credit: Getty Images You’ve got the spirit — the Holy Spirit. What are you doing with it? At the first Pentecost, ten day...

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French Knights Honor St. Joan of Arc
The Knights brought intentions from around the world to a shrine in the saint’s hometown By Andrew Fowler St. Joan of Arc, patron saint of France Credit: Wikipedia Commons The Knights of Columbus in France commemorated the 100th anniversary of St. Joan of Arc’s canonization by b...

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Holy Spirit Novena Prayer

Posted on May 26, 2022 in: Catholic Life

Holy Spirit Novena Prayer
O Lord Jesus Christ who, before ascending into heaven, promised to send the Holy Spirit to finish your work in the souls of your apostles and disciples, be pleased to grant the same Holy Spirit to me that he may perfect in my soul the work of your grace and love.  Grant me the spirit of wisdom,...

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Monthly Challenge from the Supreme Chaplain
SUPREME CHAPLAIN'S MONTHLY CHALLENGE   Each month, Archbishop William Lori – Supreme Chaplain of the Knights of Columbus – selects a brief passage from the Gospel reading of one of the Sunday Masses of the month. Archbishop Lori shares a brief reflection on the pa...

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Many Names, One Mother

Posted on May 06, 2022 in: Catholic Life

Many Names, One Mother
Many Names, One Mother No matter what we call her, Mary always guides as a loving mother No human being has influenced the world the way that Mary, the Mother of God, has. Of course, Jesus — who is both divine and human — is on another level entirely. But among human beings, no ...

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Feliz Domingo de Resurrección
En nombre de los Caballeros de Colón de Colorado, Montana y Wyoming con la Agencia Wheaton ¡les deseamos a todos una feliz y bendecida Pascua en este Glorioso Día de la Resurrección de Nuestro Señor Jesucristo! Como Caballeros de Colón, nuestros principios de caridad, unidad y fraternidad r...

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Easter Mass

Posted on April 15, 2022 in: Catholic Life

Easter Mass
BY CHRISTOPHER WELCH Easter Sunday (formally known as “Sunday of the Resurrection”) is the holiest day of the year in the Catholic faith and of its Liturgical year. The Easter mass is said the morning of Easter Sunday and the Eucharist is to be received after the sun rises. Some ...

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Holy Thursday

Posted on April 13, 2022 in: Catholic Life

Holy Thursday
COMMEMORATING THE INSTITUTION OF PRIESTHOOD AND THE SACRAMENT OF THE HOLY EUCHARIST BY CHRIST Thursday of Holy Week (traditionally referred to as Maundy Thursday or Holy Thursday) is when the Church celebrates the three pillars of the Catholic Church instituted by Jesus Christ at the Last Supper:...

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