September 2017 Update

Dear Brother Knights,

September 2017 Update.

 

Grand Knight’s Message

 

Welcome again to the new 2017-18 Knights of Columbus fraternal year.  This past month our council Knights have started this year with activities that attest to our fraternal spirit and what the Knights do for our brother Knights and the community. In August we supported the Youth Frisbee tourney with our BBQ serving over 200 participants. Earlier this month we had our best turnout for Council Fun Bowling and most recently our Brothers built a backyard staircase for the widow of a dear Br. who had passed. You can review these activities on our St. Isaac Jogues Knights of Columbus Facebook https://www.facebook.com/St-Isaac-Jogues-Knights-of-Columbus-1937011353221830/ and our web site. http://kofc11098.org/ Please ‘Like’ and ‘Share’ the activity page events that promotes our council’s visibility and actions that support our target causes and charities.

 

Below are notices of some upcoming events. Get engaged and be part of it.

 

Wednesday, September 27th Fr. Jack O’Brien, SJ Golf Classic

FRIENDS OF THE JESUITS 2017

http://www.manresa-canada.ca/documents/Jack-OBrien-Golf-Classic2017.pdf

 

11AM Reg; 1:00 start $300/golfer; $75. dinner

Angus Glen Golf Club; (North Course) Markham, ON

Fr. Jack is remembered for his pastoral work at Manresa Jesuit Retreat. This classic raises funds for the support of the Jesuits in formation & their sr. years
Sunday, October 1st Lifechain www.lifechain.net

 

2PM to 3:00PM Kingston Rd (Hwy 2) at Liverpool

Contact Chris Jacques-Carr at 416-561-5090

chris@cjcarrandassociates.com

Please come out and join the Lifechain to honour the lives of millions of babies who have lost their life to abortion.
Sunday, October 1st Rose for Life Collection

After all masses on October 1st.

 

chris@cjcarrandassociates.com 416-561-5090

All proceeds to be donated to the Rose of Durham, Young parents support services.
Tuesday, October 3rd General Meeting

 

7:30pm in the Church Hall

 

(Rosary or Mass at 7pm in Chapel)

 

All welcome to join us in our traditional assembly. All brothers are encouraged to attend to build fraternity and engage collaboratively on the planning and execution of the council’s goals and objectives. Come help us build our Mission and Vision.
Friday, October 13th Movie Night with Fr. John Boos

For Greater Glory”

 

7:30 in the Church Hall

 

$5 admission, which includes Pizza

Please RSVP to paul.bertrand@cpeoplemi.com

Religious freedom is important. Knights should see this film. The Mexican govt. persecuted the Catholic Church in the 1920s including priests. The Mexican Knights were instrumental in founding the League of the Defense of Religious Liberty to organize protests against persecution.
Monday, October 17th Knights 5 pin Bowling

7:00pm to 8:30pm

Ajax Bowl

172 Harwood Ave. South (just south of 401)

Contact:  Kevin Foxton

kevin@foxton.ca

Come out and enjoy an evening of Bowling with your fellow Brothers.
Saturday

 

Oct. 28th

 

Pasta Bingo Night is Back!  Parish Hall starting after Mass.

(set-up 3:30 pm) 5:30 pm till 9:30 pm
Contact Reid Robertson reidrobertson82@gmail.com

Prize money for the winners & proceeds benefiting our charity for the evening
This month: Rose of Durham

 

 

 

Vivat Jesus!

 

 

 

COUNCIL 11098 St. Isaac Jogues, Pickering, Ontario CANADA

 

 

 

MISSION
To provide a supportive network of Catholic men, who, in accordance

 

with the principles of our Faith provide works of charity to benefit our parish priests,

 

fellow members and their families and the needs of our community.

 

 

 

VISION

To be leaders of our Catholic Faith who inspire the men of our Parish to join us as Brother Knights.

 

 

June Council Update

 

Dear Brother Knights,

Please take a moment to review our upcoming events and take steps to be PART OF IT!

 

This month’s Grand Knight’s message:

 

The month of June is dedicated to the Sacred Hear of Jesus. The Church celebrates the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus on the Friday following the second Sunday after Pentecost. Many devotional exercises are connected with the Sacred Heart of Jesus. In this month’s issue of Knightline, we are encouraged to continue building and supporting the Domestic Church. The Family Rosary program has been added. Parents are reminded to teach children the ‘Art of Living’ through faith and character.

 

June is the last month our Knight’s year and thanks to all Brothers who have put in time and effort to make this year a success and raise funds for our Council charities.  

 

UPCOMING EVENTS 

Here are the other upcoming events which are taking place.   Mark your calendars.  Remember any time, no matter how little, dedicated to our efforts makes us stronger.

 

Sat.

 

June 3rd

 

Life Teen Event  – BBQ

–          -4:45 – After 4:30 pm Mass

 

Church Parking Lot

Shelly Coish, Youth Director

Shelly needs some Knights to assist with their BBQ cooking at Life Teen event.
Sat. June 3rd To

 

Sun. June 4th

KofC Raffle Tickets after all Masses this weekend

 

St. Issac Jogues Church

(vestibule / hall)

 

Contact Agnel Soans soansab@rogers.com 905-839-4445 or Emmanuel Volney

The Cash-Box with tickets is in the corner of the office in the “File-Cabinet” or nearby at the foot of the table near the Volunteer’s Desk, right side. Kindly collect and leave it in the same place.
Tuesday

 

June 6th

General Meeting

 

–          -7:30 pm

Church Hall

 

(Rosary or Mass at 7pm in Chapel)

 

All welcome to join us in our traditional assembly. All brothers are encouraged to attend to build fraternity and engage collaboratively on the planning and execution of the council’s goals and objectives. Come help us build our Mission and Vision.
Sat. June

 

10th

KofC Talent Show

–          – 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM

Orchard Villa Retirement Centre

 

Contact Allan Ashby allanashby@rogers.com

The popular talent show is back again this year with expected local performers including solo singers, groups and bands.
Sat. June 10th To

 

Sun. June 12th

KofC Raffle Tickets after all Masses this weekend

 

St. Issac Jogues Church

(vestibule / hall)

Contact Agnel Soans soansab@rogers.com 905-839-4445 or Emmanuel Volney

The Cash-Box with tickets is in the corner of the office in the “File-Cabinet” or nearby at the foot of the table near the Volunteer’s Desk, right side. Kindly collect and leave it in the same place.
Sat. June

 

17th

KofC – CWL Garage Trunk / Craft Sale’

–          -8:30 am to 1:30 pm

Church Parking Lot & Hall

$20. Per table/ parking spot.

BBQ Lunch, Refreshments

 

WE HAVE SPOTS AVAILABLE.

Contact: Al Ashby allanshby@rogers.com

Come & bring family, friends to this 2nd‘Craft & Garage sale’ sponsored by the KofC & CWL. See what treasures you can discover from the parking lot vendors & Church Hall Craft sale.
Tuesday

 

June 27th

Council Business Meeting

–          -7:30 pm

Church Hall

All welcome to gain more detailed info on council’s activities
Sat. July   1st

CANADA DAY 150th Celebration

St. Issac Jogues Council Bingo Event

 

–          -10:00 am to 6:00 pm

Kinsmen Park– Sandy Beach Rd.(s.of Krosno)

Contact: Stephen Ball stephenball2@gmail.com 905-420-2591 or Paul Bertrand paul.bertrand@cpeoplemi.com

Our KofC 111098 Council is hosting a Bingo event at Kinsmen Park as part of Canada’s 150th anniversary celebration held by the City of Pickering. Need some volunteers for shifts.

 

Vivat Jesus!

 

COUNCIL 11098 St. Isaac Jogues, Pickering, Ontario CANADA

 

MISSION
To provide a supportive network of Catholic men, who, in accordance

with the principles of our Faith provide works of charity to benefit our parish priests,

fellow members and their families and the needs of our community.

 

VISION

To be leaders of our Catholic Faith who inspire the men of our Parish to join us as Brother Knights

 

Council Update March

Dear Brother Knights,

 

Please take a moment to review our upcoming events and take steps to be PART OF IT!

 

This month’s Grand Knight’s message:

The month of April is dedicated to the Holy Spirit. The entire month falls during the Easter season. The liturgical color is white — the color of light, a symbol of joy, purity and innocence.  

 

Building the Domestic Church

All councils are encouraged to build the Domestic Church and our Christian family life through prayers, meditations and activities as the ‘Simple Supper and Stations’ or praying the Angelus. CIS Catholic Information Series booklets are being distributed by Brs. in the hall at all Masses this weekend.  

 

Outstanding Knights Membership Dues – 2017

If you owe $40 for your 2017 Annual Knights member dues, please contact Reid Robertson as soon as possible to make arrangements. reidrobertson82@gmail.com  905-509-3177. Thanks

 

UPCOMING EVENTS 

Here are the other upcoming events which are taking place.   Mark your calendars.  Remember any time, no matter how little, dedicated to our efforts makes us stronger.

 

 

Mon. Mar. 27th Knights 10 pin Bowling

.-       7:00pm to 8:30pm

Leisure Lanes, Oshawa

(n. of 401, between Stevenson & Thornton)

Contact:  Kevin Foxton

kevin@foxton.ca

Come out and enjoy an evening of Bowling with your fellow Brothers.
Tuesday

 

Mar. 28th

Council Business Meeting

–          -7:30 pm

Church Hall

All welcome to gain more detailed info on council’s activities
Wed.

 

Mar. 31st

Stations of the Cross during Lent

–          -7:00 pm

St. Isaac’s Church

Knights lead the Stations Mar. 31st

Contact: David Easson dvdeasson@yahoo.ca

During this Holy Season of Lent join our Church and Br. Knights in these special prayers Mar. 31st
Tuesday

 

April 4th

 

General Meeting

 

–          -7:30 pm

Church Hall

 

(Rosary or Mass at 7pm in Chapel)

 

All welcome to join us in our traditional assembly. All brothers are encouraged to attend to build fraternity and engage collaboratively on the planning and execution of the council’s goals and objectives. Come help us build our Mission and Vision.
Tuesday

 

April 25th

Council Business Meeting

–          -7:30 pm

Church Hall

All welcome to gain more detailed info on council’s activities
Sat. April. 29th Pasta Bingo – LAST of the Season!  Parish Hall starting after Mass.
(set-up 3:30 pm)-          5:30 pm till 9:30 pm
Contact Reid Robertson reidrobertson82@gmail.com
Prize money for the winners & proceeds benefiting this night’s charity, CAFÉ CDN. Aid for Education. Boyer Chev will donate an extra $100 bonus prize for 100 or more Bingo attendees.
May

 

2nd

General Meeting

 

–          -7:30 pm

Church Hall

 

(Rosary or Mass at 7pm in Chapel)

 

All welcome to join us in our traditional assembly. All brothers are encouraged to attend to build fraternity and engage collaboratively on the planning and execution of the council’s goals and objectives. Come help us build our Mission and Vision.
Fri. May 5th to Sun. May.7th

 

KofC Charity Raffle Weekend

KofC Annual Charity Tickets Raffle

–      -Fri. May 5, Sat. May. 6 & Sun. May 7th

 

Pickering Town Centre Mall

Contacts: Time Slots, Ticket Books: Agnel Soans 905-839-4445 soansab@rogers.com, Emmanuel Volney bolney@yahoo.ca 905-427-3619

We have our 2nd Weekend Sale of the KofC Annual Charities Raffle Tickets at the Pickering Mall. This is an important fundraiser for ON State Charities: Special Olympics, Arthritis Society and our council.
Thurs.

 

May 11th

MARCH FOR LIFE Nat. Event

($40. Knights Providing box lunch)

–          -8:00 am

St. Isaac Jogues – Buses to Ottawa http://marchforlife.ca/event/pickering/

Contact: Chris Jacques-Carr chris@cjcarrandassociates.com

Come to support the March for Life through downtown Ottawa and Rally on Parliament Hill to restore a culture of life in Canada.
Sat. May 27th KofC 11098 11th Annual Fr. Diego Memorial Golf Tourney

 

Deer Creek Golf & Banquet Facility, 2700 Audley Road N, Ajax, ON

Contact: Jim Gauvin jgauvin@rogers.com

Reminder to all Brothers to support this leading Council Charity fundraiser through signing up to golf, asking for sponsors or door prizes, getting involved.

 

Vivat Jesus!

COUNCIL 11098 St. Isaac Jogues, Pickering, Ontario CANADA

 

MISSION
To provide a supportive network of Catholic men, who, in accordance

with the principles of our Faith provide works of charity to benefit our parish priests,

fellow members and their families and the needs of our community.

 

VISION

To be leaders of our Catholic Faith who inspire the men of our Parish to join us as Brother Knights.