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TEXAS COURT HELPS PRO-LIFE ON 44TH
"ROE VS WADE" ANNIVERSARY
CALIFORNIA COURT TEAMS UP WITH KNIGHTS
FOR FISH FRY
Court Marian #1669, Lakewood, California, joined Knights of
Columbus Msgr. Daniel Kielty #10140 to host their annual joint
Fish Fry. Funds raised were distributed to area schools that the
court supports. The event was a success, and members also
celebrated the court's sixty-third anniversary. In the photo, Pat
Hunter, left, sits at a table during the fish fry with Bonnie Warner
and her husband Bob.
Court St. Francis of Assisi #1887, San Antonio, Texas, hosted a
baby shower to benefit The Gabriel Project on the 44th Anniversary
of the Supreme Court Roe v. Wade decision allowing abortion.
The Gabriel Project, which began in Houston in 1990, provides
help to pregnant women who might not choose life for their
unborn babies. Local parishioners were invited, and all present
enjoyed bingo, games, door prizes and food. A large supply of
diapers, wipes, toiletries, other baby items and $155.00 in cash
was collected. In the photo, court attendees, front row, Carrie
Maldonado, Charter member Eva Gomez, Hope Cano, Angie Salas,
Socorro Flores, Helen Gutierrez and Secretary Zulema Mota. Back
row, Sylvia Coronado, Financial Secretary Maria Clark, Regent
Amelia Torres, Lydia Hernandez, Sylvia Salas, Vice Regent Leticia
Flores, Dolores Gomez and District Deputy Janie Villarreal.
TEXAS COURT LOVES VALENTINE'S DAY
NEW COURT IN NEW MEXICO
Court San Miguel #2730, Socorro, New Mexico, was instituted
with 26 members on March 19, 2017, on the day of the Feast of St.
Joseph. In the photo new members dressed in white smile happily.
Valentine's Day was celebrated by members of Court Queen of the
Holy Rosary #2282, La Grange, Texas, at the beautiful Texas Czech
Heritage and Cultural Center. A catered chicken spaghetti dinner,
sisterhood, and friendship were enjoyed by all. The celebration
also honored Court Chaplain Rev. Dan Kahlich, District Deputy
Terri Wagner and Parish Deacon John McCourt. In the picture,
attendees, many in "Catholic Daughter and Valentine's Day red,"
pause during the festivities.
NORTH CAROLINA COURT OFFERS LENTEN SOUP
Court Asheville #412, Asheville, North Carolina, helps the Basilica of
St. Lawrence with its project of serving a meal every Friday during Lent
followed by the Stations of the Cross. Calling it "soup and substance,"
court members prepare and serve the meal, clean up, and then the
Stations of the Cross begins. In the photo, front row, left to right, Silvia
Bendersky and Cecelia Meredith. Second row, left to right, District Deputy
Veronica Sartor, Financial Secretary Sharon Stosich, Vice Regent Mickie
Booth and Liz Pritchard. Third row, left to right, Treasurer Marge Sposato,
Recording Secretary Aviva Bruyer, Joan Tolley and Cindy Smith.