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Council News

Our council is preparing for the election of officers for the coming year.   Nominations will remain open until the night of the election which will be on June 13th in the council chamber.  Those knights that have been nominated for positions so far are:


Grand Knight - Jim Sinkiawic

Deputy grand Knight - Doug Hanna

Chancellor     -  Paul Nastav

Treasurer       -  Michael Massimi

Advocate.      -  Jimmy Dickerson

Recorder.       -  Brad Hahn

Warden          -  William Hemsworth

Inside Guard  -  Craig Ramaeker

Outside Guard - Don Colli

Trustee 1st Year - Robert Ortiz

Trustee 2nd Year - Raul Valdez

Trustee 3rd Year - Andrew Jordan

Fr. Vincent and Jose Resendez receive their Knights of Columbus CUF Degrees

Father Vincent and Jose Resendez received their CUF Degrees on Wednesday April 17th.    Welcome to Council 6848 Knights of Columbus.

COR Meeting

The COR theme for May 9th is "Christ is sThe Cornerstone" .   Men are called to share their faith with others.   To share the faith, a man must know the faith.

Seminarian Ivan Monge

The Knights Council has chosen to provide support to Seminarian Ivan Monge of Yuma Arizona.    He is a member of St Francis of Assisi and is in his Propaedeutic year of studies at Nazareth House Seminary House of Formation in Phoenix.  He will receive a $500.00 scholarship.

You can read more about Ivans' journey to the ministry of the Catholic Church by clicking on the link below.

Free Throw Challenge

The St Francis de Sales Council  hosted the annual Free Throw Challenge on Saturday February 3rd in the Parish Gym.    Council 6848 volunteers new GK Jim Sinkiawic, Treasurer Mike Massimi, Recorder Brad Hahn, SK William Hemsworth, 3rd year Trustee Andy Jordan and Advocate Jim Dickerson.

Silver Rose at the Parish

The Silver rose will be at the parish on May 25th. and the prayer service from 2:00 PM till 3:00 PM.    The rose will be at the 5:00 PM Mass.    The 5:00 PM mass will also be the  Mass for the Deceased Brothers of Council 6848.  

The journey of the Silver Rose begins each year in March and ends on December 12th, the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe.  During that time, Silver Roses travel from town to town along eight routes throughout North America.  Several of those routes begin in Canada and end in Mexico.  The Silver Rose Program began in 1960 when the first rose - a real, live one - was blessed by the bishop of Ontario.  The rose then traveled to New York and then to Texas where it was taken across the border into Mexico.  The rose ended its pilgrimage at the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Monterrey on Dec 12th, the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe.  To better ensure future annual trips, a Silver Rose was ultimately made.  Today, due to the popularity of the program throughout the North American continent, eight Silver Roses travel unique routes.