News & Announcements

SAFE Announcement - October 2018

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RELIGIOUS & CIVIL RIGHTS MESSAGE

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Please find below the October 2018 Talking Points.

 

Vivat Jesus!!!

 

Bernie Ernst, FDD

Webmaster

 

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Prayers for our Holy Father and our Holy Catholic Church:

Continued prayers for our Holy Father and our Holy Catholic Church in light of recent issues involving Church Hierarchy and priest scandal.  State Deputy Bob Hatler, echoing the words of Supreme Chaplain Archbishop Lori, who said “we must pray for those victims and for those implicated in this scandal which has rocked our Church”.  Our State Chaplain, Bishop Paul Bootkoski, added “We can’t lose faith, and must realize, appreciate and support all the good priests and Bishops who are suffering because of their sinful brothers.”

 

Pray the rosary every day for peace in our country and around the world.  Please pray to our Blessed Mother daily.

 

Prayer Vigil Outside Abortion Facilities:

One small way of taking action is to volunteer an hour or two each week with your local “prayer warriors” who hold vigils outside of local abortion facilities.  The typical activities consist of holding signs, saying the rosary or other prayers, handing out brochures, or even talking to young women entering the facility.  Please consider joining the Life Chain in front of St. Veronica rectory on Sunday, Oct 7 at 2:30 PM for one hour of prayer and witnessing.

 

The NJ Physician Assisted Suicide bill A1504/S1072:

The NJ Physician Assisted Suicide Bill (A1504) is coming up for a vote in the Assembly on Oct 29, 2018.  This bill destroys respect for human life by legalizing suicide and will eventually lead to outright euthanasia.  Please call, email, or send a letter to our two assemblymen and urge them to vote against A1504:

 

HOWELL:

 

Assemblyman Sean T. Kean

1967 Highway 34

Bldg C, Suite 202

Wall Township, NJ  07719

732 974-0400

732 974-2564  FAX

AsmKean@njleg.org

http://www.njleg.state.nj.us/members/BIO.asp?Leg=333     Contact Your Legislator(s)

 

Assemblyman Edward H. Thomson                    

1967 Highway 34

Bldg C, Suite 202

Wall Township, NJ  07719

732 974-0400

732 974-2564  FAX

AsmThomson@njleg.org

http://www.njleg.state.nj.us/members/BIO.asp?Leg=391     Contact Your Legislator(s)

 

JACKSON:

 

Assemblyman Robert D. Clifton

935 Highway 34, Suite 3B

Matawan, NJ 07747
732 970-6386

AsmClifton@njleg.org

http://www.njleg.state.nj.us/members/BIO.asp?Leg=342     Contact Your Legislator(s)

 

Assemblyman Ronald S. Dancer

2110 West County Line Rd.

Jackson, NJ 08527
609 758-0205

AsmDancer@njleg.org

http://www.njleg.state.nj.us/members/BIO.asp?Leg=352     Contact Your Legislator(s)

 

 

Respectfully submitted

Andrew E. Lipenta, PSD, VSM

R&C Committee Chairman

KNIGHT OF COLUMBUS CHARITY GOLF SCRAMBLE

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The Howell Jackson Knights of Columbus is holding our 20th Annual Charity Golf Scramble on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20TH. We have moved the event from a tradition Friday in October to a Saturday in the hopes of more participation to generate more funds for our Holiday Food Basket Program.

 
It will be a 11 AM shotgun start at Gambler Ridge Golf ClubThe cost is $90 per golfer.
 
Please see the attached flyer and signup sheet for details about this very worthwhile event. Why not join us for a great day of golf before the really cold weather shows up and help us raise funds to help those less fortunate families during the holiday seasons.
 
Hope to see you on October 20th.

Steve Stazko 
Charity Golf Chairman

 

ReBoot

St. Veronica's Mega 50 50

St. Veronica's Raffle

St. Veronica's Dinner Dance

2018 Annual Family Picnic

Shoulder To Shoulder Program

To kick off this program the Trenton Diocese Federation designed and purchased 1,050 magnetic bumper stickers with the Order’s logo in juxtaposition with a generic police shield and the statement “Shoulder to Shoulder – With our Brothers in Blue”. These are available for a donation of $5.00. The funds generated by this project are to be applied to the establishment and development of an ongoing Public Service Announcement campaign promoting and supporting the law enforcement community. Councils are encouraged to utilize their portion of the proceeds to create and implement other programs that promote a positive image of law enforcement in the community.

Council Director List

Council Director List

                                                                Directors for 2017-18

                                                                     Columbian Year

Membership Director and Health and Welfare: Tom Raulinavich TTQuick6@optonline.net

Council Director: Matt Brienza H: 732-367-0325 Brnzmatt88@gmail.com

Community Director: Joe D’Angelo H: 732-276-5170 Mom00385@optline.com

Family Director: Michael Bradley H: 732-303-7191 michaelbradley611@gmail.com

Youth Director: Lou McGraw M: 732-804-8766 LouisMcGraw@pvh.com

Church – St. Aloysius : Joe D’Angelo (see above)

Church – St. Veronicas : Tom Raulinavich M: 908-752-2306 TTQuick6@optonline.net

Right to Life Director: Hugh Mador 732-367-2565 hmador@optonline.net

Public Relations Director: Alex D’Ambrosio M: 732-569-7632 alex@ocitcs.com

Health & Welfare Director: Karl Bauerlein Karl.Bauerlein@schindler.com

Retention Director: DGK Russ Taylor wrtaylor@optonline.net

Golf Director: Steve Stazko PGK 732-901-1954 Staz811@aol.com