July 21st, 2021 - Paul J. Trageser Council 10910 welcomed its new officers for the fraternal year. The ceremony was held in the main sanctuary of Saint Thomas More. In his opening statement, Retired Grand Knight Bill Jackson extended his “warmest congratulations, assurance of continued cooperation, and prayerful wishes for a most successful administration” to … Continue reading Installation of Officers
July 24th, 2021 - The playground at Saint Thomas More Elementary School saw a major renovation. The Knights of Councils 10910, 3390, and 17125, as well as some wives and friends, worked hard to render the area as safe and clean as possible for the returning students. Some Knights shoveled the sand out of the … Continue reading Play Ground Work Day July 24, 2021
This is the first week of three weeks Captain John's Dockside is offering a percentage of sales to our council. For more information about our event please use the link provided to check out the page with all the details and menu. 10% of sales of orders over $20.00 qualify! Don't forget to mention "KNIGHTS" … Continue reading Fish Fry Fundraiser Week 1
40 Days for Life is an innovative pro-life campaign that focuses on 40 days of prayer and fasting, 40 days of peaceful vigil at abortion facilities, and 40 days of grassroots educational outreach. The 40-day time frame is drawn from examples throughout Biblical history where God brought about world-changing transformation in 40-day periods, for example: … Continue reading 40 Days for Life
by James Davisson February 20, 2021 KofC Paul J. Trageser Council 10910 Stations of the Cross Photos by: James Davisson, Worthy Financial Secretary On February 19, 2021, the council held the first stations of the cross for the parish during lent 2021. During lent the council traditionally puts on the Fish Fry at the same … Continue reading Stations of the Cross During Covid-19
It's July and we have already passed the July 4th Holiday and all of the family excitement. However, our Catholic Family needs our attention. The new "council year" starts with our July 17th meeting. You are encouraged to attend,
Brother John Aluise, Council 10910, St. Thomas More Parish, Chapel Hill, provides instruction on the game of Bocce to Bishop Burbidge, formerly the Bishop of the Raleigh Diocese, who was attending the St. Thomas More Church’s 75th anniversary at the annual parish festival.
The New Year is fast approaching and brother knight Jerry Pilarski is again hosting his annual New Year’s Day barbecue in the country. The Pilarski’s have been doing this with family and friends for almost FIFTY years as their way to thank friends and join together for the new year.
We are above all family and it is to our family and extended community family that we reach out to help and to ask for help. We can do great things for the less fortunate in our town, but we can do even more with the help of the parish and local community. We need everyone's help now to support Operation Lamb at seven local sites on October 11, 12, and 13th.
Are you proud of your family? Your Catholic family? Are you an advocate? An apostle? Do you share your faith with others?