St. John Vianney Family Picnic

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All are Welcome

Saturday July 27, 2019

Sanderson Hay Farm
682 Post Road, Greenland, NH

Proceeds for the Family Picnic will go to Continued Vocations Funding

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 3rdDegreeEmblem  New Hampshire State Council Knights of Columbus

Summer Quarterly Meeting Notice
Sunday, July 21, 2019

About the Meeting: I am pleased to announce the 2019 Summer Quarterly Meeting, to be held on Sunday, July 21, 2019 is being hosted by Knights of Columbus Belmont Council #10943.

Meeting location (St. Joseph’s Catholic Church) 96 Main Street. Belmont NH 03220.

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State Council

State Council Information:

This is the State Council section. This section includes the information, reports, and forms for the State Council members. There are some links that are for registered users only, and will be appropriately identified.

HolyFamilyThe Supreme Council encourages every council to participate in the Order’s “Family of the Month” program. On the 15th day of each month, 100 Family of the Month reporting forms are randomly selected and the families chosen receive a Holy Family plaque.

FrJonathanMy Brother Knights, as Fr. Kalish states below we are ALL fathers. We need to step-up to the plate and be FATHERS and MEN of Christ. WE need to be the positive role models for all children, not some athlete being paid millions of dollars to not stand and honor our flag. My Brothers, be a MAN!

CampFatimaI recently held an annual meeting with Mike Drumm on February 23rd at Camp Fatima. We always meet to get ready for the Knights' “Annual Camp Fatima Work Day”. This year it will be held on May 19th 2018.

40DaysforLife

Hello everyone! Great news! There will be three 40 Days for Life campaigns in NH this fall - Manchester, Keene, and Greenland! Mark your calendars: September 27th - November 5th.

This newsletter will switch back to 40 Days for Life Manchester, as well as the Facebook page. Expect a newsletter in early September from the Manchester team to bring you news about their campaign.

Brothers:KofC

We are proud of our membership in our Order. We are encouraged to wear our membership pin and even decorate our vehicle with the Emblem of the Order. This is entirely appropriate. The lapel pin and a ring are visible reminders to ourselves and to others we are Catholic Gentlemen.

We all, at one time or another, violate, or are perceived to violate, any of the voluminous laws that dictate of daily lives‎. Some, like speeding, are minor violations. Some are much more serious.

In all these things, in this State and nation and before our Order; one is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law‎. At the same time we all took an oath not to bring discredit upon the Order. That oath includes living a good Catholic life. Discredit, however, in this day of instant news and ‘headline rule,’ can be merely associating our Order with an unproven, alleged act. Remember also that the "press" is usually not an ally, has a profit motive, and general does not support Mother Church in the same way we do. In general it is not a good idea to speak to the press on current events items without careful reflection. This guidance does not apply to advertising our good works and acts.

Brother Knight:

In a new op-ed, Supreme Knight Carl Anderson asks all people of good will to unite to build a worldwide effort to save historic, indigenous minority communities in Syria and Iraq who are the victims of an ongoing genocide and face extinction.

To read more, click here.


Shining Knight Emblem

The NH State Council Shining Knight Activity Program is similar the Supreme Council's Knight in Shining Armor Award. The Shining Knight Activity Program is administered by the New Hampshire State Council, and is for Knights who did not complete Knight in Shining Armor Award or became knights before Knight in Shining Armor Award program.


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StateKofCVocations to the priesthood and religious life are very important to the Catholic Church and to our Order.  We need priests to offer the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and to teach and lead us on the path to Jesus.  Education costs are extremely highFrMcGivney 002 for the candidates to the priesthood and religious life. The NH State Council wants to assist these men and women with a special calling by providing financial support for their education.
 
The Penny-A-Knight-A-Day (PKD) program was established by the NH State Council at the October 2009 Quarterly Meeting.  This program is voluntary and provides needed dollars to the NH State Council Vocations fund.  This fund is used to support religious vocations to qualified candidates throughout the State of NH.

March 15th was the deadline for the State Program Submissions for the 2018-2019 Fraternal Year.  The On-line Form will be re-activated on May 1st.

Upcoming Events
Sat Jul 27 @11:00AM - 08:00PM
St. John Vianney Family Picnic
Tue Aug 06 @12:00AM
Supreme Convention
Tue Aug 06 @ 6:00PM -
1st Degree - Rochester
Wed Aug 07 @12:00AM
Supreme Convention
Thu Aug 08 @12:00AM
Supreme Convention
Sat Aug 24 @ 3:30PM - 04:30PM
PSD Association Meeting
Sat Aug 24 @ 4:30PM - 07:30PM
Installation of Officers
Fri Aug 30 @12:00AM
State Camporee
Sat Aug 31 @12:00AM
State Camporee
Sun Sep 01 @12:00AM
State Camporee
 
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