Bishop Gossman Mass at St. Thomas More 9/28/05

Sorry for the late release of this request, but the Knights of Chapel Hill have been requested to provide an honor guard for the Bishop’s mass this Wednesday, September 28th.

Our newsletter had a date of October 28th and that was in error. Here are the details from our newsletter with additional information provided. Please share this information with your fellow Knights. Start your phone trees.

It is time to dust off your tuxes. The Bishop is having a Mass right here at St. Thomas More Church on September 28th. The mass celebrates his 50th Anniversary and retirement.

Sir Knight Bob Wirth is coordinating participation by our council as attendees as ushers or honor guard. Fourth Degree Knights should arrive NLT 30 minutes before the mass. The mass is at 7 p.m. If you are in the honor guard, allow time to put on your regalia. NO SWORDS are used in this event. If you can not participate in the honor guard, show up in your social regalia and serve as an usher. Knights of the Fourth Degree will sit together as a group.

The church is on the NC54/US 15-501 bypass at 940 Carmichael St. Coming from Burlington, it is the light after the light for the Dean Smith Center and NC Memorial Hospital. Use maps.google.com a a good map. The church and school are co-located

There is a reception immediately following the mass. We need your R.S.V.P. that you are participating so that we can ensure you are included in the reception head count.
Let’s honor the bishop. See Bob for more details. Call him at: 919-942-0532 or e-mail him at wirth7399@earthlink.net.

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