Passing of Bishop Odore Gendron, Seventh Bishop of Manchester, October 16, 2020
On October 16, 2020, Bishop Emeritus Odore J. Gendron, Seventh Bishop of Manchester, was called to his rest and to the glory of the Resurrection promised by the Lord after having received the prayerful support and consolation of the Sacraments. At 99 years old, and having just entered his 100th year last month, Bishop Gendron was the oldest bishop in the United States. Bishop Gendron will lie in repose in the cathedral until 6:00 p.m., concluding with the Mass of Jesus Christ, High Priest. The faithful are welcome to pay their respects and attend the Wednesday evening Mass following COVID precautions. All funeral services will be available via livestream at www.stjosephcathedralnh.org. More details online.
- NH State Council Fall Quarterly Meeting Virtual Webinar – Saturday, October 17, 2020
Saturday, the State Quarterly was conducted on GotoWebinar presenting updated information for councils. Presentations discussed positive actions councils can take moving forward in Membership Growth and for successful Programs during COVID-19. Guest speakers included Supreme Director Paul O’Sullivan and our Regional Growth Director Ken Latham. Announcements included:
- The Beatification of Father Michael McGivney.
- FY 2019-2020 Program Service Awards
- FY 2019-2020 (2nd Half) Incentive Winners
- SAVE THE DATE: 2021 NH State Convention
- @ The Red Jacket Mountain View Resort
Details are in the October 19th Weekly Briefing and on the State Council Website @ NHknight.org
Fall Is upon us, “LEAVE(S)” No Neighbor Behind”
State Deputy Joseph J Kowalik III