Mar 2015 - Council No. 04727

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Knights of Columbus Bishop Larkin Council 4727 Issue Number 2015-03
Grand Knight
John Klinkenberg
465-5428
Chaplain
Fr. James Boddie
744-0833
Deputy Grand Knight
Steve Bell
860-2284
Financial Secretary
Ralph Mosley PGK
705-8623
Chancellor
Nick Klepac
608-5135
Recorder
Jim Rogers
803-7286
Treasurer
Netito Espejo
221-7077
Advocate
George Dewey
743-6997
Lecturer
Jim Bonitatibus PGK
744-5426
Warden
Mark Gregario
928-9167
Inside Guards
Billy Morris
805-0742
Outside Guard
Gary Foxworth
683-7700
One Year Trustee
William Smith
228-5335
Two Year Trustee
Daryl Johnson
743-7755
Three Year Trustee
Joe Brozovich
616-6278
District Deputy
Tom Guggisberg PGK
314-9366
Insurance Agent
Derrell Murphy
891-0611
K Cee President
Laura Morris
220-7671
Chief Squire
Jake Zwass
524-9099
Grand Knight’s
Report
March 2015
Deacons Report
By Deacon Stan Grenn
By John Klinkenberg
Brothers,
February was a great month for our council. We
closed January with our Basketball free throw which
was a great time, we had winners in every age bracket
and they will move on to the district challenge. We
started February with our 2nd annual Religious Appreciation night which was well attended and a lot of fun.
Winterfest at Resurrection was a huge event full of
activities and opportunities to serve the parish. Our
council also started the process to nominate a new
slate of officers for our upcoming fraternal year. We
held first and second degrees as well as our monthly
events like road clean up and business meetings, we
started 40 days for Life as well as we started Lent on
Ash Wednesday. We had a wonderful program at A
Day for Men IV at Resurrection. Thank you Brother
Robert Roldan for following the call of God to design,
facilitate and offer this event for all men of faith. As I
look forward to March I anticipate our membership
drive at Resurrection, our St. Patrick’s and Founders
day dinner as well as our breakfast for the Honor Roll
students.
Our Diocesan Eucharistic Congress is on March
13, 14, 2015. We as Catholics profess the Eucharist is
the true presence of Christ, this is the foundation of
our faith and it is what separates us from our
protestant brothers and sisters. This opportunity not
only allows us the time to gather, proclaim our faith
and pray together but we also have the opportunity to
listen to Cardinal Dolan, Jeff Cavins, Dr. Scott Hahn
and many more. This will be an amazing learning
event, especially during Lent for us. This event is
open to all, as the name states “Come to the house of
the Lord”. I hope all of us will make time this lent to
attend this event, take the time to pray and to grow in
our spiritual walk with our Lord.
Please take the time to look at our calendar of
upcoming events, check the diocesan calendar and
plan to become active in your faith and order this
Lent.
In His Love,
John [email protected]
Another season of Lent has started. Lent is a reminder of the 40 days that Christ spent in the desert in
reflection and prayer. We can't go off to some desert
for 40 days but we can use this time as an opportunity
to reflect on our relationship with Jesus Christ. Are we
growing in that relationship? What do we need to do
to improve that relationship.
I pray that all of us will use this time that God is giving us during this season of Lent for reflection and
prayer so that we can grow closer to Christ. If we do
we will be rewarded with an Easter that is filled with
love, joy and hope.
God bless,
Deacon Stan
K’Cee’s Korner
By Laura Morris
President
Happy St. Patricks Day!!!
March 13th & 14th will be our next Diocesan Eucharistic Congress. Plan to attend this very special
function. Cardinal Dolan from New York City will be
the keynote speaker.
We have our St. Paddy’s dinner at the hall at 6:30PM
on Tuesday March 17th.
Blessings to all.
LAURA
904-220-7671
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New Book of the Sick and In Distress
Please pray for the souls of
our deceased Brothers
William Dando, Robert Knutson, George
Morris (PGK), Domingo Sadie, Timothy
Dennis Stack (PGK), Bob Onorato (PGK),
Tony Germano, Dick Cashen, Ward
Berkey, Michael Capizzi (PGK), Charles
Strauss, Frank Gunther, Howard Sell,
Joseph Ervolino, William Carlson, Troupe
Turner,
Roy
Baer, Dan Wendel,
Walt Miller, Everrett Comstock, Harry
Cross. George Boyko, George Rojics,
Robert Wagner, John F. Kenny Jr.,
James Joseph (Jim) Middleton, Vernon
Duncan.
Keep in Your Prayers
Council
Activities
Joe Chorbak, Michael O’Connell, Liebhart
Family, Grace Berkey, Carol Coseo,
George Coseo, Al & Wanda Martin, Linton
NeSmith, Lucy Hollum, Mike Seminario,
Gino Rocca., Nicholas (Nick) Gagnon, Bill
and Mary Misenhemer, Debbie Moore,
Cas Casterlin, Rosemary Shami, Betty
Belson, Monsignor Danaher, Debbie
House, Mickey Moneyhan, Marge Yarborough,
Coffee & Donuts CTK
Our Knights of Columbus has made a commitment to the Coffee and Donut Ministry
at Christ the King. This Ministry needs at
least two people for the First Sunday of
each month to represent the Knights. If
you have not signed up for your Sunday we
need for you to do it NOW! Contact John
Lewis at 464-0187 or email at:
Officer Nominations
If you are interested in
being considered for a
position please contact
Ramon Day at
469-1962
[email protected] or John Lewis [[email protected]]
Financial Secretary Desk
Brothers if you have a candidate please let
Bill Smith or I know so we can arrange the
interview / information night. If you need
Form 100's see me at the meeting, always
good to have one in your pocket. "Renew
you Knightly News sponsorship now for 2015
Ralph Mosley, FS
Brothers, we have a new book of the Sick and in Distress
at the Hall. You will find it next to the statue of Mary accented by candles. Inside you will find monthly pages upon
which to print the names of your special intentions. Each
month we will start a new page so be sure to carry forward
anyone who is still in need of prayers. If you are unable to attend a meeting or function at the hall simply contact an officer
or brother Knight to place your intention in the book. There
are instructions within the book if you would like a visit from
our Knights of the Brotherly Care.
PLANNING COMMITTEES ARE FORMING
Some of the committees who plan our major events are
already starting to get organized for their upcoming
event. If you can help out on any of the following
events please reach out to the Event Coordinator: Annual Bonnie Invitational Golf Tournament - Jim
Bonnie 699-0307; Annual Doc Broome Benefit Ball Butch Ferrizzi 424-5228; InterCouncil Family Picnic
- Mike Yarborough 724-8983; Annual Tootsie Roll
Drive - Scott Lutheran 398-3925
Officer Nominations
Ramon Day has volunteered to Chair our Nominating
Committee for nominations of officers for the July 1,
2015 - June 30, 2016 fiscal year. We will begin the formal nomination process at the April 14, 2015 Business
Meeting. Additional nominations will be taken at the
May 12, 2015 Business Meeting and then nominations
will be closed at this meeting. Elections will occur after nominations are closed at the May 12, 2015 Business Meeting. If you would like to be considered for
election to a position for next year please reach out to
Ramon Day at 469-9162. As an officer you will be required to fulfill the duties of the office and attend both
the Monthly Business Meeting (2nd Tuesday of the
month) and the Monthly Officers Meeting (3rd Tuesday
of the month).
State Convention
The following motion was made, voted on and approved at the February business meeting:
Delegate to Fla State Convention
1st Delegate: John Klinkenberg
Alternate:
Nick Klepac
2nd Delegate: Ralph Mosley
Alternate:
Jim Bonitatibus
If either of the Delegates can not attend then the Alternate will be seated as the Delegate.
The following motion was made at our February business meeting and will be voted on at the March meeting
to give $350 per Delegate to defray cost of the convention.
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MARCH 2015
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
1
2
3
4
5
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7
1st Friday
mass @
6:30PM. Food
by K-Cees
ACA cleanup
8:00AM
13
14
Eucharistic
Congress
Eucharistic
Congress
Road cleanup
8AM
No Brotherly Care
today due to EC
20
21
CTK donuts
8
9
10
11
12
Business &
KCee
Meetings 7PM
@ Hall
15
16
Squires
meeting @ hall
1:30PM
22
18
19
St Patrick’s
Day Dinner &
Founder’s Day
6:30PM
23
Resurrection
Donuts
7-10AM
29
17
24
CTK Honor
Roll Breakfast
6-9AM
1st degree 7PM
30
31
Resurrection
Field Day
Open House &
Officers meeting
Doc Broome
Organizational meet-
Squires
Spaghetti Dinner
1:30-9:00
25
26
27
28
ResurrectionFish Fry
3:30-8:00PM
April 1 April 2 April 3 April 4
Good Friday
No mass
Easter Egg Hunt
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Ponce de Leon Assembly # 0152
Meetings are the 3rd Thursday of each month at
St. Matthew’s Catholic Church in the old convent
building next to the gym located at 1773 Blanding
Boulevard, Jacksonville, Florida 32210.
Fourth Degree
Holy Trinity Assembly # 2368
Butch Ferrizzi (641-3643)
Meetings are the 1st Tuesday of each month
Blessed Trinity Church 7:30 PM
Honor Guard and Color Corp.
Any fourth degree member interested in joining the
HG Or CC to please call Reggie Dubay 249-6941
The Advocate's Corner
- MARCH 2015
Home Corporations or Associations
Knights of Columbus
Squires
Youth Organization
Knights of Columbus
Insurance
Your Shield for Life
What is a Home Corporation and why do we have
them? Councils are unincorporated associations holding
charters from the Supreme Council of the Knights of
Columbus. Unless state laws provide otherwise, local
councils cannot acquire title to real estate. In the past,
councils have formed home corporations for the purpose
of purchasing and owning real property. The Home
Corporation is autonomous (self-governing, independent).
It must obtain its own tax identification number, file its
own tax returns, and arrange for its own liability
insurance.
The Knights of Columbus has encouraged all local
councils to become more closely integrated into the life of
the associated parish or, in our council’s case, parishes.
Consistent with that goal Supreme has discouraged
councils from forming home corporations concerned that
the local council might shift its focus away from parish
life or that the corporation would become a source of
discord and factionalism within councils. Supreme
further indicates that to the extent that a home corporation
does not support the council’s mission and activities, it
should be dissolved.
George Dewey, Advocate
The Knights of Brotherly Care
First Friday
Mass
Due to our Diocesan Eucharistic Congress on
March 13th and 14th we will not be having our
Brotherly Care outing on Saturday March 14th.
We will resume these well received OUTINGS
in April.
God Bless
John Porter
708-3270 or
atjoin11.comcast.net
"Our Flag flying above the hall flies in Honor of our
Service Men and Women around the world.”
Note: If you have a flag and wish to honor a love one with it
flying over the hall call Ralph Mosley.
1st Friday Mass Requests
It is pious and praiseworthy custom for the faithful to have
Masses offered for their particular intentions, and especially
for departed friends and loved ones. Request should be made
at least two weeks before the mass. The suggested stipend is
$10.00. Point of Contact: Netito L. Espejo
Cell: 616-4560
Email: [email protected]
Note: At the discretion of the Grand Knight, intentions for
the good of the order may be added anytime.
2015 MASS DATES
Mar 6 - Matthew Morrissey – by John & Tina Morrissey
Apr 3 - Deceased Family Members of Ed & Pat Aguilar
May 1– Joe, Stella, & Carol O’Brien – by the Ferrizzi
Family
Jun 5 – Howard Sell – by Jean Sell
Jul 3 – Evelyn Guilfoyle – Butch & Bernadette Ferrizzi
Aug 7 – Dan Wendel – by Rita Wendel
Sept 4 -Bob Knutson – Butch & Bernadette Ferrizzi
Oct 2 – Kevin O’neal – by Louis & Darlene O’neal
Nov 6 - Memorial Mass
Dec 4 - Penny Guggisberg – by Tom Guggisberg
St Vincent dePaul Thrift Store
Would you be happening to be sitting on something
that you would like to donate? Give the St. Vincent de
Paul thrift store a call at (904)396-7473, or drop it off.
They are located, on Beach Blvd, in the shopping
center where the traffic court used to be.
Sorry but due to limited budget and staffing they
are only able make pick-ups on Tuesday and
Thursdays. All profits goes to the St. Vincent de Paul
Society of Jacksonville which helps the needy. If you
bored are looking for something to do, come down and
VOLUNTEER. Stay an hour or all day, there is always
something to do, from sorting out and hanging clothes
to placing books on the shelf. We never have enough
volunteers. Check us out!
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month, and our
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Memory Dolores Bianco
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In memory Doc Broome
In memory Harry J Burke
Marjorie Burke
memory Mike CapizziPGK
Irene Capizzi
Cas Casterlin
Dolly Casterlin
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Carol Coseo
Bob Crabtree
Ellen Crabtree
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Emma Duncan
In memory Joe Ervolino
Genevive Ervolino
Netito Espejo
Celia Espejo
John Faustini
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Butch Ferrizzi, PGK
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In memory Anthony &
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Lolita Massengill
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In memory-Leo Mercado
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PGK
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Jesse Morgan
Inge Morgan
Ralph Mosley PGK
Shirley Mosley
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In memory Howard Sell
Jean Sell
Antoine Shami
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Diane Shami
Emiel Shami
Sami Shami
Mike Shevada
LouAnne Shevada
In memory Tim Stack,PGK
Sally Stack
Sarah Stack
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March 8th at 2AM
Renew you sponsorship now for 2015
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Smith)
Please indicate your choice, if you have already
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Information for the newsletter can be sent via Email to Tom or Gerry by the 24th of the month.
Tom Heusinger 372-7196 - email: [email protected]
Gerry
Kistka
396-9897
email:
[email protected]
Family of the Month
February 2015
Our family of the month is Jesse and Inga Morgan. It
is an honor to be able to serve and enjoy time with these
two wonderful servants of the Lord. I appreciate their
commitment not only to the Knights but also to our faith.
They are a great example to all of us. Congratulations
Jesse and Inga!
Knight of the Month
February 2015
Our Knight of the month is Zack Dodge. Many of us
may not know Zack, but he is a second degree Knight, he
is the cook for the priests at Christ the King and is a core
member in the youth ministry program as well. Zack has
been behind the scenes for many of our events usually
cooking and cleaning.
It is encouraging to know that our young Knights are active in their faith and are willing to help when called upon. I have often volunteered Zack for many events that is,
I volunteered him prior to him agreeing to help. Congratulations Zack!
March Birthdays
01 Miguel A Rodriguez
02 Robert F Matthews, Michael McQuade
03 Bill E Misenheimer
04 Ben R Milam
07 Charles J Jones
08 William L Damato, Lawrence P Turner
10 Jeffrey F Rojics
11 Bruce B Pastorini, Thomas W Wildes
12 James Fitzell
15 David J Blaquiere
17 Thomas P Heusinger, Joseph P Marelle Sr
21 M O Jones
25 August J D’Orazio
26 Michael Bell
28 Patrick J Middleton
29 George Schweitzer, Rev Michael Thompson,
Michael Carraway
30 Patrick A Rossano
USE OF OUR COUNCIL HALL
Brothers we have a lot going on at our council hall and
we want to avoid any conflicting activities. If you want to
have an event at our hall, here are the steps to follow. (1)
Consult our annual calendar to make sure that there is no
date or time conflict (2) You will need to get approval from
the Grand Knight John Klinkenberg if your event is not a
normal Knights of Columbus event such as council events,
KCee events, or Squire events (3) Contact our Program Director (Steve Bell 860-2284 / [email protected]
and get your event on the annual calendar to reserve your
spot and (4) Contact our ACA President Bill Smith to obtain
access to the hall and ensure that you are aware of the cleanup and shutdown process after the event.
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Upcoming Events - 2015
4/4
Easter Egg Hunt
4/14 ACA meeting, Nomination of Officers
4/19 CTK parish breakfast & membership drive
4/25 Bunko Night
4/28 Family Dinner-New Knights Dinner
4/24-26 State Bowling Tournament
5/1-26 Squires food drive
5/3
Bonnie Invitational
5/10 Mother’s Day Brunch
5/19 Open House
5/26 State Convention
5/29 PBJ’s for Soup Kitchen
Pro-LIFE Message for March 2015
As noted last month, Rep. Mike Hill, R-Pensacola Beach, introduced HB 147 – Women’s Health Protection Act requiring abortionists to have admitting privileges at a hospital within 30 miles of the location where abortions are performed or induced. A similar bill, SB 920, has been introduced and filed in the Senate by Sen. Kelli Stargel, R-Lakeland. Supporters say such proposals help
ensure patient safety, while critics contend the requirements are designed to make it harder to provide abortions. Looks like a WinWin to me.
Slowly, the pro-life movement seems to be making headway in our culture. The increasingly widespread use of ultrasound machines has shown the humanity of the unborn child in an unmistakable way, and the peaceful, prayerful vigils outside abortion clinics
has helped to save lives and change hearts, as we seek to build a Culture of Life respecting the dignity of every human life at every
stage.
The Spring 40-Days for Life Campaign began on Ash Wednesday, February 18, 2015 and will continue through to Palm
Sunday, on March 29, 2015. 40 Days for Life is a focused pro-life campaign with a vision to access God’s power through prayer,
fasting, and peaceful vigil to end abortion in America. This year we are standing once again in front of "A Woman's Choice of
Jacksonville", at 4131 University Blvd. South (Seven days a week from 7 A.M. until 7 P.M.). The Jacksonville Local Director is
Carol Rowell, 904-382-2619. For additional information please see your church bulletin.
Upcoming pro-life events in April include the 25th Anniversary Celebration of the Women’s Help Center. This year’s annual
Gala for Life “Celebrate the Footprints of Life” will be held on Thursday, April 16th at the Hyatt Regency Riverfront beginning
with a social hour at 5:30 PM. with dinner and program to follow at 6:30 PM. The event is free but Hyatt does charge for parking. It
is anticipated Bishop Estevez and Senator Rick Santorum will be present. Make reservations early by phone or email: 398-5143 or
[email protected] Seating is limited. It is a worthy event to attend. Please mark your calendars and call. We do our best ...
leave to God the rest. He can and will change hearts.
George Dewey, Council Pro-Life Committee