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DeSales Catholic School Award 2017:

DeSales Catholic School Eighth Grade Graduation Awards from Lockport Council 319 Knights of Columbus $100 check to Markus K. Jaekle, presenter Martin Johnston Grand Knight,

$100 check to Stephanie M. Porth, Sister Carol Ann Kleindinst, Sister of Saint Mary of Namur, Principal.

 

Lockport Arts & Crafts Festival 2017. Our Tent is there We are selling charitable & benevolent Tickets:

Fathiful Navigator Jeff Halstead (left) with Greg Pope PFN

Knights of Columbus Assembly #754 Faithful Navigator Jeffrey Halstead at Bishops burse (Bishop Richard Malone)

Here is a list of upcoming events:

June 24 - 25 Lockport Arts and Crafts Festival on Main Street Lockport starting at 11am both days. Please show your support at our Tent and Get your C & B tickets!!!

July 13 - Assembly Meeting.  6:30 Shamus Restaurant.

August 10 - Assembly Picnic at Fatima Shrine.  Start assembling about 5:30.  Eat at 6:00.  $20.00.  Request donations for beer, pop, and water.

August 21 - Installation of Officers.  Batavia.  6:00 Bar.  6:30 Dinner.

Past Faithful Navigator's Night.  TBD Sometime in October.

 

 

FATIMA SHRINE 100 Year Anniversary!

 

Knights of Columbus Lockport Council 319 Gardening day:

 

 

 

3rd Degree Ceremony at Our Lady of Peace Council February 28th, 2017.

DIGNATIRES: James Gregory Traves, Deacon Charles Esposito, John Sowinski Jr., Rev. Jeffrey L. Nowak, Christopher Hull (second row)

 

 

Fourth Degree candidates-- Kenneth Paulin Jr., Thomas Shontz, Daniel Rawlings. April 22, 2017 at St. John Maronite Catholic Church.

 

 

Martin Johnston-GK, Jeffrey Halstead-FN, Philip Kauppinen-3rd Degree Candidate

 

 

Spaghetti Dinner 2017 @ All Saints Parish. Lockport NY

Bowling Night 2017

 

 

                                             

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Here are the age group winners from Lockport area front row l to r: second from left Olivia Masters Girls age 11, fourth from left Cole Meller Boys age 12,  sixth from left Henry Genewick Boys age 10, far right Aiden Masters Boys age 13.

The competitors will advance to the Knights of Columbus Regional Free Throw by Championship on 2/25/17 at Our Lady of Hope Council 1530 Kenmore Ave. Buffalo, N.Y. Congratulations!

Lockport Council # 319
http://www.kofc319.org/
A time to renew old friendships as well as
creating new friends.
Where: All Saints parish
76 Church Street
Lockport, NY 14094
When: Sunday, March 5, 2017
Time: Noon until 3:00 pm.
Tickets: $10 in advance $12 at the door $8 (5-11)
Family of 4: $35
4 and under free
Please contact Steve Popovich at 433-0366 or e-mail at: lumberjacksrule@verizon.net
Catering by Lockport’s own Donna Eick

 

The smallest act of kindness is worth more than the grandest intention.      

Come join us for a fun time of family bowling on Sunday, February 19, 2017, starting at 3:00pm.  Tickets are $25 each (or 2 for $40) for 2 hours unlimited bowling, shoe rental, pizza and pop.
Special prices for kids under 10

Our Family Bowling will take place at:
 



        Brad Angelo Lanes                                           
        6280 S. Transit Road                                            
        Lockport, NY 14094                                            

 

 



     All proceeds to benefit

 

Our Lady of Fatima Shrine

 

To purchase your tickets, please contact Steve Popovich at (716)433-0366

Basket Raffle   50/50 Split

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The Lockport Knights of Columbus Council 319 held their annual basketball free-throw this past Saturday at DeSales Catholic school. All boys and girls ages 9 - 14 were allowed to participate.  The district event this year will be at St Christopher's at 1 pm on 2/12/17, with the Regional/WNY event on 2/25/17 at Kenmore Council. Co-Chairman & Past Grand Knight Todd Fragale and Co-chairman  & current Grand Knight Marty Johnston were pleased with the event and said Lockport participants last year competed very well last year with seven winning the District event. Cole Meller and Aidan Masters are defending champions, in their respective age brackets, of the Council, District and Regional free-throw competitions. For additional information on the Lockport Knights of Columbus go to www.kofc319.com

 

 

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Fraternal Benefits Services

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On top of those product guarantees, I guarantee that I will offer professional, high-quality service that you would expect from our organization.
Our Order is among the highest rated life insurers in North America. AM Best has rated the Knights of Columbus “A++, Superior” for 39 consecutive years. It’s a testament to our track record for excellence and security.
I would suggest that a principal reason that we were able to achieve those accolades is because we remain steadfastly committed to the vision of Venerable Father Michael J. McGivney by providing life insurance by brother Knights for brother Knights.
That commitment is an essential core value of the Knights of Columbus, and our core values permeate all levels of our organization. We pledge to serve our brother Knights, and their families, according to our Golden Rule: “In all my professional relationships, I pledge myself to the following rule of conduct: I shall, in light of all conditions surrounding those I serve, render that service which, under the same circumstances, I would apply to myself.”
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Bishop Burse 2015

 

 

Lockport Council #319 Communion Mass and Breakfast May 31,2015

 

 

 

 

 

Congratulations to the New 4th Degree members from our Lockport Assembly 754 Class of 2015

Lockport Communion Breakfast

Guest Speaker: Andrew Garrity

Time: following 8:30am Mass at St. John’s RC Church Lockport

Date:  Sunday May 31st

Where: Davidson Road Inn

Tickets:  Adult presale $19 per person (Full Buffet with Coffee & Juice table)

Children ages 4 to 12  $13

Contact Joe Hejna (716)778-7998 for tickets or email: jshejna@hotmail.com

A time to renew old friendships as well as creating new friends.

Where:   St. Johns Church Hall
168 Chestnut Street
Lockport, NY 14094
When:     Sunday, May 17, 2015
Time:       Noon until 5:00 pm.
Tickets:    $10 in advance     $12 at the door    $8  (5-11)        
Family of 4:  $35

Please contact Steve Popovich at 433-0366 or e-mail at: lumberjacksrule@verizon.net
Catering by Lockport’s own Donna Eick

 

Fort Niagara Memorial Mass 2013

Memorial Day Parade in Lockport NY 2013

Naval Park Armed Forces Week Ceremony with Color Corps and Guard 2013

 

 

 

Confirmation at St. Patricks Site May 2013

 

4th Degree Exemplification Ceremony April 2013 in Niagara Falls

 

 

 

St. Johns in Lockport Confirmation with Bishop Malone and Color Corps. April 23, 2013

 

 

Devine Mercy Sunday Service at St. Gregory's Church. Color Corps. April 7, 2013

 

3rd Degree at Kenmore Council. Tuesday, March 19th, 2013. Congratulations.

Charlie Croff, Frank Jemiolo, Jack Weger and Steve Popovich

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Knights of Columbus 1st Degree Ceremony held at St. Gregory's RC Church. Making their 1st Degree are Bob Scalazo and Ryan Obusek.

In Photo from Left (tan blazer) FN Greg Pope on his left Bob Scalazo, Frank Jemiolo,Ryan Obusek, GN Joe Rodriguez withothers from St. Greg's Council.

Earlier this month, the world learned of Pope Benedict’s decision to retire from the Papacy, effective today.

As he steps down from his role as the leader of our Church, and in the days of transition that follow, our thoughts and prayers are with Pope Benedict XVI, who has worked so hard in leading the Church, and has always been such a good friend to the Knights of Columbus. We wish him all the best in his retirement. In addition, we pray for all those cardinals who will take part in the conclave, and for the pope’s successor, that God may inspire them as they carry out the mission with which they are entrusted.

Our Supreme Chaplain, Archbishop William Lori of Baltimore has written a Prayer for the Church in this time of transition. I ask you to please commit to pray this prayer daily until the Church has a new pope, and to encourage your brother Knights and fellow parishioners to do the same.

We have developed a website for this campaign: PrayerfortheChurch.com. In addition to sharing the prayer itself, please share this site with your council and your parish. The site will allow individuals to add their names to the list of those praying for the Church daily, and will assist them in sharing the prayer and their commitment with family and friends.

I ask that you also encourage those brother Knights and their families that are on Twitter to show their prayerful support by using the hashtag #prayerforthechurch.  If you're on Facebook, you can also pledge to pray and encourage your friends to do the same with our Prayer for the Church facebook app. Visit facebook.com/knightsofcolumbus for more information.

The names of all those who pledge to pray this prayer will be brought to the Installation Mass for the new pope.

Knights have long been supporters of the Church and the pope, and during this time of transition our prayers are especially needed. This prayer and corresponding campaign provide Knights and all Catholics an opportunity to show their solidarity with the Church through prayer.

Thank you for your assistance and for your prayers for Pope Benedict XVI, for the Church, and for our future pope in this time of reflection and preparation.

Fraternally,

Supreme Knight Carl Anderson