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TEXAS COURT CELEBRATES
Court Our Lady of Humility #2147, Houston, Texas, celebrated its
40th Anniversary with Mass, reception, and a pinning ceremony
at St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church. Knights of Columbus
Assembly #1141 Fourth Degree provided an honor guard at Mass
to help make this a very special occasion. Rev. Damian O. Odunze
celebrated Mass, with a wonderful homily championing the
charitable works of the Catholic Daughters around the world as
a way for all Catholic women to live out their Christian ideals. In
the photo, court members in white pause during the celebration.
NEBRASKA COURT HOLDS 70TH
Mass for the 70th anniversary of Court Guardian Angels #1384,
West Point, Nebraska, was celebrated by Court Chaplain
Monsignor Mel Wiese. In his homily, Monsignor Wiese encouraged
those present to represent Christ to the world in a special way.
"When the darkness surrounds us, we should see everything in
the Light. You can celebrate the sacredness and joy of marriage.
You can help; you can share it and spread it." Regent Marietta
Otte introduced former regents who spoke about their leadership
experiences. Historian Loretta Muhs presented the court history.
Nebraska State Regent Nancy Brown was present with her
husband Gary Brown. In the photo, left to right, Gary Brown, Nancy
Brown, Marietta Otte, Monsignor Wiese and Loretta Muhs.
NINETY-FIVE YEARS FOR
The 95th Anniversary celebration of Court Westinghouse #759,
Turtle Creek, Pennsylvania, was very well attended. In the photo,
center, front, seated, Joyce Hunter. First row, Eileen Ketler; Colette
McCaffrey, Pennsylvania state treasurer; Margaret Giordano,
second vice state regent; Peg Witas, state regent; Peggy Guckin,
ntional director and immediate past state regent; Shirley Hall, first
vice state regent; Lisa McCann, state secretary; Betty Dombrosky,
banner bearer; and Ann Malarkey, color guard. Second row, Rosa
Luciano; Susan Knoedl, color guard; Margeurite Crokus, recording
secretary; Donna Egan, treasurer; Rev. James E. Kunkel, pastor
and chaplain; Christina Seese, regent; Margaret MarieGowaty,
vice Rregent; Mary Catherine Edgar; Laraine McGinnis, past Sstate
Rregent; and Letty Calvetti, past second vice national regent. Third
Row, Jane Brosius, Carol Davis, Terry Gojkovich, Patti Connelly,
Denise Simpson and Nikki Bruni. Fourth Row, Knights of Columbus
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KANSAS COURT CELEBRATES
Court Salina #1972, Salina, Kansas, celebrated its golden jubilee
year with Mass at Sacred Heart Cathedral followed by a dinner
reception. Most Rev. Edward Joseph Weisenburger, Bishop of
Selina, con-celebrated Mass with Rev. Larry Letourneau and Rev.
LeRoy Metro. Members of Court Evarista #1138, Clyde, Kansas,
also joined in the festivities. In the photo, attendees are joined
by Bishop Weisenburger and Court Spiritual Advisor Sister