At our March meeting of last year, our Council decided to pursue having a "Corporate Communion Mass" during the months which have 5 Sundays. This is being celebrated by many of the KC Councils throughout the United States. The objective of the Corporate Communion Mass is a Show of Unity and Brotherhood within our Council and to increase the visibility of our Knights within our Parish Family, hopefully resulting in identifying parish men who would consider joining our Council 1762.
The next 5th Saturday is January 28th at the 5:00 mass.
The Knights and their families attending the mass should plan on sitting in the front sections on either side of the main aisle. if you have them, please wear your KC shirts identifying us as Knights of Columbus giving us greater visibility. the Knights will take Communion with the rest of the parish. At the end of mass, the Priest will mention that there will be several Knights available in the back for those having questions about the Knights of Columbus. We will attempt to have the mass said for all our deceased Brother Knights. If there are Knights ushering, reading, distributing Communion, etc it will be even better. A reminder of the upcoming 5th Sunday "Corporate Communion" will appear in the bulletin the weekend prior to mass. Below is the schedule for the 5th Sunday Corporate Communion masses in 2017.
-Saturday January 28th at the 5:00 mass/ Mass intention for "All deceased Knights"
-Sunday April 30th at the 8:30 mass/ Mass intention for "All deceased Knights"
-Sunday July 30th at the 10:30 mass/Mass intention for "All deceased Knights"
-Saturday October 29th at the 5:00 mass/ Mass intention for "All deceased Knights"
-Sunday December 31st at the 8:30 mass/Mass intention for "All deceased Knights"
We ask all Knights to make an effort to attend at least one of our 5th Sunday masses in 2017.
Thank You Knight
COUNCIL WINS STATE AWARDS
St. Croix Council 1762 won the 2015 Wisconsin State Deputy Trophy for large councils in the state at the Knights of Columbus State convention held in Wisconsin Dells. The trophy is awarded to the council that accrued the most points in programs and activities conducted in the community, church, council, youth, family and culture of life. State Deputy Ron Faust and Supreme Vice President of Communications Andrew Walther presented the award to council members attending the convention. Along with the State Deputy Trophy the council received an award for the number one council service activity in the state for their involvement with the Steve Aza cancer fundraiser. At the presentation were council members Jim Michaelson, Paul Krenik, Mike Frase, Charlie Silver, Dan Schwab, Gary Maier and Jim Burns.
KC COUNCIL LOGO SHIRTS
The council has an avenue to order a variety of shirts with our council logo embroidered upon the left breast. Cut sheets describing each shirt including the cost to the members can be viewed in the PHOTO GALLERY tab along the left border. Click on the Photo KC Council Shirt Sales. There is also an order form to record your order and email to Jim Michaelson or to place in an envelop and place in the KC mailbox in the church office. You will need to provide payment at the time of order or when receiving the shirt.
There are two logo options a standard logo and a 100 year logo (we gained the 100 year status in 2014). Additional orders will be placed throughout the year as needed.
If you need additional information call or email Jim Michaelson, 715-549-6152, firstname.lastname@example.org.