St. John the Baptist’s parents have a variety of education options for their children. However, the cost of some choices challenge family budgets. The Catholic Education Tuition Assistance (CETA) program provides financial assistance to those families who apply and are found most deserving. Please support the effort to provide our children with the education they deserve. Visit https://membership.faithdirect.net/givenow/VA922 to make an immediate gift or set up a recurring donation through Faith Direct (https://membership.faithdirect.net/session/VA922).
A men’s retreat will be held at the San Damiano Spiritual Life Center in White Post. Attendance is limited to 31 Knights. The cost ($275/attendee) includes lodging and meals. The event will start on Friday (May 17th) at 5pm and conclude on Sunday mid-day. Attendees and spouses will attend Mass on Sunday (May 19th) at 11am followed by a cookout lunch. Please reserve your spot by sending a note to Fr. Duesterhaus (firstname.lastname@example.org) by January 1st.
Your efforts on behalf of the Council’s charitable works are greatly appreciated. Please report your individual efforts through the “2024 Survey of Fraternal Activities” or by contacting Brother Leo Carling (540-631-7555).
Please enter your hours for events as they occur. Project leaders are encouraged to record the hours for their event participants.
The summary of data is reported to the Supreme Council which aggregates the information to demonstrate the World-wide impact of our brotherhood.
Congratulations to those members selected to lead the Council in Fraternal Year 2024. The elected officers are as follows:
Cory Cook (866-868-1492 ext 1604, email@example.com) is our assigned Fraternal Benefits Advisor. In addition to insurance, other financial instruments (annuities, investments, legal documents) are available through the KofC program. Please give Cory a call to discuss ways to protect your family.
Approximately 200 men and women incarcerated in the RSW Regional Jail are released every year. These people need models of Christianity to help them return to the community as worthy citizens. A few hours of your time could make a permanent difference in their lives. They need guidance and practical support to obtain basic aspects of life (e.g. clothing, a place to live, work and transportation arranged by Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Arlington) as well as mentorship. If you are interested in learning more, visit the Diocese’s Prison Ministry website or contact Chris Manion (540-635-9166).
Mark your calendar and reach out to the Council’s POC to offer your assistance. No POC? If you’re called to do so, please step up.