WHAT’S UP @ 6855 – March 9 to 15

God sent us this beautiful day, and we have made it even more beautiful by our prayerful presence at the 40 Days for Life prayer vigil.  This being the midway point in the campaign, the occasion was graced by praise songs from Kathleen Dunn and an inspirational speech from Stephanie Gray followed by a few words and blessing from Archbishop Miller himself.  Listen to the end of Stephanie’s talk here.  Some photos have been posted on the website here.  More to follow as people send in their photos (keep them coming).  Thank you to everyone who participated in prayer and spirit.

We’ve been challenged by the LifeTeen-ers to a Volleyball Match this Sunday, March 15 after the 6:30pm Mass. Brother Knights.  Let’s show up and demonstrate that it’s all about experience, technique and having a good time!   We need some fans to cheer, too…

Pancake Breakfast coming up folks.  All hands on deck please, for setup and on the day of, thank you.  BP takers, too.

And Monday night is our one and only… General Meeting for the month.  Your presence and your input are what makes this Council unique and activated, so please be there.

WHAT’S HAPPENING THIS WEEK:

March 9 Monday 8pm @ Room 1+2
General Meeting

March 10 Tuesday 8pm @ Nezil Residence RSVP 604-448-0868
Rosary Night

March 14 Saturday 10am @ St. Paul Gym
Pancake Breakfast Setup

March 15 Sunday @ St. Paul Gym
Pancake Breakfast; Blood Pressure Check

March 15 Sunday 8pm @ St. Paul Gym
Knights vs LifeTeen Volleyball Challenge

COMING UP:

March 17 – Regional Training Seminar @ St. Francis Xavier Parish
March 19 – Fourth Degree General Meeting
March 23 – First Degree Exemplification
March 25 – Marian Hour of Prayer @ St. Monica Church
March 27 – Euthanasia Seminar @ Pope John Paul II Pastoral Centre
March 28 – Fourth Degree Exemplification and Banquet

“The authentic dwelling place of God, the sanctuary that replaces the corrupt sanctuaries of religion is the temple of his crucified and risen body. Jesus himself is the place where God dwells, and we, in the measure that we are grafted on to him, are temples of the Holy Spirit.” – Fr. Robert Barron.

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