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St. Agnes Church in Walker and Sacred Heart Church in Hackensack, MN

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Saturday: 4:00 PM (1st & 2rd Saturday)

10:15 AM Sunday

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Saturdays: 4:00 PM (3nd, 4th & 5th Saturday)

8:30 AM Sunday




Grand Knight Don Carlson's Bulletin Board


Next Meeting: October 19
at Sacred Heart @ 6:30 PM Rosary

7:00 PM Meeting

Meetings are now on the 3rd Thursday of the month

September  2017 • VOLUME 34 • NUMBER 9

 

Top stories 

 


Please share this issue

In the past, Knightline has been emailed to all members who have an email address on file. As of this issue, we will be sending Knightline only to officers and program directors. Going foward, we ask that all grand knights forward Knightline to interested council members and post each new issue on local council websites. Councils can also share Knightline articles via council social media accounts or newsletters. Thanks for sharing!


Supreme knight outlines recruitment priorities


By bringing men to the K of C, you will help them make connections between their faith, family obligations and parish life. Check out kofc.org and Knightline for ideas on how to develop programs that will attract energetic and motivated men, and keep them both interested and involved. Read more about recruitment priorities here.


Three steps to success


It makes sense to look for new members in the place you’re most likely to find them: your parish. You can do this by holding a Church Recruitment Drive, which takes just three easy steps! Check out Knightline for more details.


Campaign to save 1 million children


Join us in our Campaign to Save 1 Million Children, which aims to reach the goal of 1,000 ultrasound machines as quickly as possible. Read more in Knightline or visit kofc.org/ultrasound. Questions may be directed to William O’Brien at 203-752-4403 or william.obrien@kofc.org.


Don't forget!


Make sure that the Circle Officers and Chairmen Report (#468) and Report of Round Table Coordinator (#2629), both due Sept. 1, were submitted. Also, don't forget to plan your council’s participation in Coats for Kids drives, Food for Families initiatives and the international World Day of Prayer for Peace (which takes place on Sept. 11).


 

The Minnesota State Council  of the Knights of Columbus has awarded the Knights of Columbus Council 13144 of Hackensack/Walker the Certificate of Directors Award for Achievements in Programs & Membership for
2015/16 Fraternal Year

Receiving the award at their Wednesday evening meeting are as follows:
Presenting the award in front row is;   Dan Shea-- K of C District Deputy to
Marv Hartneck-- Grand Knight.  Back row, Ken Randall- Chancellor, Dennis Abbott-Trustee, Don Carlson-Recorder, Dan Falk-Financial Secretary, Ken Nerad-Deputy Grand Knight and Jerry Bialke-Treasurer.

 

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Please call the Parish office for more information

Or email our Grand Knight Marv Hartneck


 


 



 

4th Degree Knights with Bishop Paul Sirba and Father Francis

The 4th degree during flag dedication

More pictures of the flag dedication (5 pages)

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Mission Statement

We are the parishioners of St. Agnes Catholic Church in Walker and Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Hackensack.

We are inspired by the Word of God, empowered by the Holy Spirit and nourished by the Eucharist. We strive to use our time, talents and resources to become a real presence of Christ.

Our mission is to reach people for God, to welcome them into His Holy Church and to lovingly strengthen and support them as we journey toward our eternal home.

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Our Lady of Gradalupe Prayer Book

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Origin and Objectives

    The Knights of Columbus was chartered in 1882. 
Father Michael J. McGivney and six parishioners of St. Mary's Church, New Haven, Connecticut, saw the need for an organization to serve the Church and the Parish Community.The basic principles set forth by the Knights of Columbus in that era still prevail.

CHARITY
To share our time, talents, gifts, and treasures with those in need.

UNITY
To work together to accomplish deeds not achievable Individually.

FRATERNITY
To aid our Brother Knights and their families, to show concern for them and to provide insurance protection for them.

PATRIOTISM
To serve and honor our Country in the Church and Community.

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Mission:  We are a Catholic, Family, Fraternal, Service Organization dedicated to the values and Faith of the Roman Catholic Church through the activities of members and their Councils that promote charity, unity, fraternity and patriotism.

Vision:  The Knights of Columbus comprised of Catholic men, with the involvement of their families, seek to insure the blessings of the Catholic faith through opportunities that provide support of the Church, our families, our community, our youth and councils. 


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