GOOD OF THE ORDER

Do you know of a member of this council, or an unassisted brother of the Order, sick or in distress?  Intentions may include widows, family members, friends or acquaintances in need of prayer.

Prayers are requested for those Brothers and family members sick or in distress. 
As reported at the Sept 24 business meeting, and subsequent reports:
  • The 4th Degree Color Corps, one bishop, 12 priests, 4 deacons, 5 nuns and a dozen brothers attended the funeral of Doris Lindenfelser, Fr. Tim’s mother, on 31 Aug.

  • Greg Meese is recovering well from his recent stroke.

  • Continue to pray for Don Fox.

  • Alex and Lee Stamatelos have successfully relocated to New Jersey.

  • Steve Barthelmes requested prayers for Joan Luceri who has entered hospice.

  • Prayers requested for Joe Lynn Look who will require surgery Oct. 12 for an intestinal obstruction.

  • Council 11046 PGK Mike Ryan is recovering from heart surgery in early Sept., has been in intensive care, may be moved to a rehab facility soon.

  • Tom Drygas was in a high-speed, multi-car+semi wreck on I-95 on Oct 4, suffered a few broken bones but did not reinjure the knee replacement surgery that has kept him in Brooks Rehab most of this year.  He is back in Brooks Rehab, would appreciate a call on his cell phone 904-806-0267.

To  add the name of a Brother Knight or family member to this list, please send the information to kofc7121@gmail.com

LEAVE NO NEIGHBOR BEHIND

Brother Tim Buckley's brother, Father Brendan Buckley, OFM Cap., was cited for his work at his parish, St. Michael – St. Malachy, Brooklyn NY during the pandemic.
Read the story from the Catholic News Agency: by clicking the next line:
'This is exactly what we want to be doing': A friar's life in Brooklyn during coronavirus
                    
Click the document link to the
right to view Fr. Brendan Buckley's
thank you letter to Council 7121
for our donation to the St. Michael -
St. Malachy food pantry.

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