Earlier this year our Worthy District Deputy arranged for us to host the traveling icon of St. Joseph pictured below. We received the icon today and plan to host it at each of the Masses this weekend.
In addition, We will host a prayer service for all members of the parish community at St. Joseph on Monday the 4th at 6:30pm to pray for the intercession of St. Joseph in raising, guarding and preparing future generations.
Please make a point to attend as we honor and call on as Saint who serves as such a strong example for us as Men, Fathers, and Husbands.
Check for $ 942.81 was given to Camp Optimist during the September Council meeting. This Check was the proceeds from the Spring drive. The October 2023 drive will have another check for them when the State Council sends it to us. Thank you for all your help.
Grand Knight Mike Karpus hands Alpha Family Center director Karen Marston a check for $300, the proceeds for our Council's Mother's Day Breakfast held May 14, 2023.
In the past when you joined the Knights, the Degree ceremonies were private for the candidates and current Council memebers. A few years ago, Supreme Council changed the ceremony and opened it up to the members, family, and friends. Go to the following link and watch the exemplification that you will go through when you join Council #2084. There was an Exemplification on March 5th after the 11:00 AM Mass at St. Charles Catholic Church, Greenville, MI., The Council welcomes Thomas and Benjamin. Exemplification Link
In the last six years, Council #2084 has donated over $6,000 to the support of our Seminarians from St. Charles and St. Joseph.
Grand Knight Mike Karpus presents a $500 check from K of C St. Charles Council 2084 to Fr. Jim Wyse to help the parish purchase new chairs for the St. Charles Activities Building. The chairs were first used at the March 11 fish fry.
This Fraternal year, Council #2084 was recognized for it's support of trying to end hunger thru food donations to local food pantries. With help from St. Charles parishioners, the Council was able to donate serveral hundred pounds of food to a local pantry. We wish to thank all who helped and we will try to do it again this year.