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State Officer Installation Sept 21 2018

Incomming state officers with Bishop Robert Hennessey

The Massachusetts State Council Knights of Columbus recently held its Installation of State Officers at St. John the Evangelist Parish in Canton with a Mass celebrated by the Knights of Columbus state chaplain and Boston auxiliary Bishop Robert Hennessey.

Installed were state deputy Paul Flanagan of Stoughton, state secretary Michael Lesperance of Millville, state treasurer Thomas Butler of West Springfield, state advocate Robert Schwarz of Wareham, Nicholas Melanchook of Lynn and immediate past state deputy Paul O’Sullivan of Foxborough.


2018 Father Joe Baggetta’s Family Cookout

Fr. Joe Baggetta talking into micThe Massachusetts State K of C and District Deputy Class of 2004 invited the Station of the Cross radio listeners to our annual Family Cookout for Father Joe Baggetta’s “Chapel of Hope.”

Held on Saturday, August 18, 2018 rain or shine. Mass followed at 4 PM. All proceeds went to support former state chaplain, Father Joseph Baggetta’s “Chapel of Hope.”

Please join us again next year for raffles, food, fun and fellowship. We hope to see all our brother knights, families and friends. Donations are gratefully accepted.

2018 KofC Supreme Convention

August 7-9, 2018 marks the 136th Supreme Convention in Baltimore, MD.  The CatholicTV network will provide special coverage with Bishop Robert Reed, Kevin Nelson, and Peter Sonski, who will be interviewing special guests and covering live events such as Masses, States Dinner, and more.  Also aired throughout the conference will be documentaries produced by the Knights of Columbus.

Click here for more information on the coverage from CatholicTV.
To view the broadcasts on demand, click here.

International Essay Winner

We are proud to announce that the Supreme Knights of Columbus Board of Directors have chosen a winner of the prestigious Knights of Columbus International Catholic Citizenship Essay Contest from our state. Nicole O’Brien’s essay was chosen from hundreds of entries around the world and, as the Supreme Knights of Columbus noted in the announcement, her essay “truly defines Going into the Peripheries.” Today’s Catholic youth will play a major role in the future direction of the Church, and the Supreme KoC notes that they are on the right track. With a strong base of Catholic beliefs, they will excel in the roles of future priests, sisters, teachers, and legislatures.

Along with Supreme KoC, we congratulate Nicole O’Brien and wish you continued successes on your journey!

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