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
You may have felt lost when council members talk about recruiting, membership, and council growth. It sounds like we are just about membership and recruiting new members and that is not entirely correct.
For years and years and years, Jerry Pilarski has been at the church front door greeting our parishioners at the 9:15 mass. He gives special attention to new comers and little children. We call them "Jerry's family."
We have had to share Gene Keeling for many months this year, while he was off on his several trips to California and beyond. He was sorely missed, but Lisa Keeling seemed to be everywhere filling in and often led efforts in support of both the Council and the Catholic Daughters.
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.
Our annual Religious Appreciation Dinner is on September 16 at the University Club in Durham. This is a wonderful opportunity to show our appreciation to those that give so much to us.
We're back! The Knights of Columbus members have put together another outstanding series of Lenten Fish Fries for the Friends and Family Hall. Everyone is welcome to join in and enjoy a great fried fish dinner.
Where were you last Friday? It was a Lenten Friday and we do hope that you were enjoying a fish dinner with your family and friends.
A number of years ago, when our council was just starting, our knights looked for ways to help build our church community. Most of our families were fairly new to Chapel Hill. Some knights had been with our church since the beginning on Gimghoul Street and others were here for school, a new job, or to be with family.
Special Olympics at St. Thomas More School - December 8th, 4 to 6 pm. in the St. Thomas More School Gymnasium St Thomas More School and the Knights of Columbus host the Special Olympians Basketball Team. The program includes exhibition games by Special Olympians and the St. Thomas More Boys and Girls JV and Varsity teams. Free Throw contest for … Continue reading Special Knight Basketball – December 8