The FoM Knights will serve breakfast between the end of the 7:30 AM and the start of the 11:30 AM Masses in the Brown-McCarthy Auditorium at St John Neumann on Sunday, November 4. This month we are sponsoring Mother of Mercy Free Clinic.
On Sunday, October 14th, the Most Reverend Michael F. Burbidge, Bishop of Arlington, was the Presider at a Jubilee Mass for those couples in the Diocese observing their Golden and Silver Anniversaries. Attending this special service were four Brothers and spouses celebrating 50th Wedding Anniversaries this year: Francis & Patty Francois (not pictured), Bill and Adrienne Free, Al and Mary Zane, and Bob and Cecilia Balog. Also celebrating and attending from St. John Neumann Parish were Dr. Tony DiPaola and his wife Jean. Congratulations for your fidelity and example.
The SJN Oktoberfest on Saturday, October 13th, was a great success and the Family of Man contributed greatly to that success! Brothers John Geraerdts and Bob Andres headed up the food purchasing and preparation, and PGK Joe Gibbons and SK Tom Zorn took care of buying beer and wine while PGK Keith George Made sure that the bar operated smoothly. Other Worthy Brothers, too many to mention, did everything else (grilling, serving, cleaning, etc.) to make for a very enjoyable evening for our fellow Parishioners.
It is with great pleasure the Family of Man Council announces the Mark Emery family as Family of the Month for October 2018.
The Emery family, Mark, Jeff, Barbara, Patrick and Kara began to attend SJN in 1991. Soon thereafter Mark became a Knight in 1992. Jeff followed in his proud dad’s footsteps and became a Knight in 2013.
On September 25th, the Family of Man Council #7566 hosted the annual Italian Dinner in the Brown-McCarthy Auditorium with traditional dishes from 5:00 to 7:30pm.
The menu includes Macaroni and Cheese, Spaghetti and Meatballs, Meatless Baked Ziti, Baked Chicken, Garden Salad, Dinner Rolls and, of course, dessert. Thanks to the numerous generous donors the Knights of Columbus Scholarship Program raised funds for graduating high school seniors and students already in college, to help defray the high costs of higher education.