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"TRIPLE STAR COUNCIL"
2013-2014 & 2014-2015
"DOUBLE STAR COUNCIL"
Wednesday, November 18th at 8 PM
At Fr Brennan Hall
A SPECIAL MESSAGE FROM FR STAS'
St Barnabas Daily Mass
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Prayer for the Canonization of
Father Michael J. McGivney
God, our Father, protector of the poor and
defender of the widow and orphan, you called
your priest, Father Michael J. McGivney, to
be an apostle of Christian family life and to
lead the young to the generous service of their
neighbor. Through the example of his life and
virtue may we follow your Son, Jesus Christ,
more closely, fulfilling his commandment of
charity and building up his Body which is the
Church. Let the inspiration of your servant
prompt us to greater confidence in your love
so that we may continue his work of caring
for the needy and the outcast. We humbly
ask that you glorify your venerable servant
Father Michael J. McGivney on earth
according to the design of your holy will.
Through his intercession, grant the favor I
now present (here make your request).
Through Christ our Lord. Amen.
Our Father Hail Mary Glory be to the Father
Dear Brother Knights
Monday 11/02/2020 was All Souls day. Please pray for our deceased loved
ones we’ve lost this year due to the pandemic and those still in critical condition Please pray for all of our loved ones who are in Heaven or in Purgatory for the month of November.
You may have noticed something added to the Sunday Mass and yesterday’s Mass. Me! I’m back at work serving at Mass and any other activity in my Deacon role or as your Chaplain for the Knights. My recovery from my bicycle accident is going well, and I have one more outpatient session this week. I will still do exercises at home.
I will be attending a Church Staff meeting this week and I’ll give you a
report when I attend our K of C meeting on November 18th at Brennan Hall at 8 P.M. Hopefully, I’ll have something to tell you about our activities during the holidays.
As I read in our Grand Knight’s report, we must still be diligent as far as the
Covid-19 virus is concerned. Protect yourself and use a mask and practice social distancing. Wash your hands frequently.
That’s it for now. I hope everyone is safe and your families are in peace as
we are about to celebrate Thanksgiving for what we have. Even though times are different, and we have many changes in our lives, lost jobs, businesses closed and the pandemic limiting our social contact during the holidays, we must do our best to be thankful for our lives and our great country and our Lord. Celebrate with your immediate family this year. Maybe next year things will be different, but let us do the best with what we have and think of the other “guy” (and “gal”) when we venture out to the unknown. Remember the Lord is always with us on our trip.
Yours in Christ,