Unborn Memorial Bricks
Please email Leroy Mensik at firstname.lastname@example.org with the inscription you want on your brick/bricks. You are allowed 18 characters per line with a total of three lines. Each letter and each space between words counts as a character. If you have any questions please contact Leroy. Also, if you are a knight please let Leroy know when you email him the inscription for your brick.
Respect Life Donation
St. Faustina is truly a community where the deep Love and Mercy of God is lived, experience and shared. Many generous donations have been made and the burial expenses of Ms. Romi Lopez are covered. Thanks to all who made this beautiful expression of Mercy possible.
2020 College Grant Winners
Knights of Columbus St. Faustina Council 16103
College Grant Program
Congratulations to Amanda Ennis, Henry Allendorph, Valerie Lopez, Victoria Stornello, Josef Munduchirakal, & Marielle Aldrett for being selected as the 2020 recipients of a the Knights of Columbus Council 16103 college grant in the amount of $500.00.
The Knights of Columbus Council 16103 grant committee was genuinely impressed with the caliber of its 2020 grant applicants. The grant committee, the officers and membership of Council 16103 would like to thank all the applicants for submitting an application for one of our college grants this year.
ATTENTION: Knights of Columbus – St. Faustina Council 16103 has reached the 200 Member mark.
The Knights of Columbus of St. Faustina Parish held their first council development meeting on November 22, 2014 at Epiphany of the Lord.
A planning meeting for council development was held Tuesday, December 2, 2014 at Epiphany of the Lord in the Parish Activity Center in the Epiphany of the Lord’s Knights of Columbus room. All men 18 years of age and older who are interested in becoming a Knight and any current Knight attended.
History of the Knights of Columbus
On Oct. 2, 1881, a group of men met in the basement of St. Mary’s Church on Hillhouse Avenue in New Haven, Conn. Called together by their 29-year-old parish priest, Father Michael J. McGivney, these men formed a fraternal society that would one day become the world’s largest Catholic family fraternal service organization.
They sought strength in solidarity, and security through unity of purpose and devotion to a holy cause: they vowed to be defenders of their country, their families and their faith.
These men were bound together by the ideal of Christopher Columbus, the discoverer of the Americas, the one whose hand brought Christianity to the New World. Their efforts came to fruition with the incorporation of the Knights of Columbus on March 29, 1882.
They were Knights of Columbus.
The Order has been called “the strong right arm of the Church,” and has been praised by popes, presidents and other world leaders, for support of the Church, programs of evangelization and Catholic education, civic involvement and aid to those in need.
Father McGivney’s founding vision for the Order also included a life insurance program to provide for the widows and orphans of deceased members. The Order’s insurance program has expanded substantially to serve more effectively the Knights’ growing membership.
Year after year, the Knights of Columbus has earned the highest possible quality ratings for financial soundness from A.M. Best and Standard & Poor’s. The Order provides the highest quality insurance, annuity and long-term care products to its members, along with many other fraternal benefits.