he new video of our 2020 Knights of Columbus Council 5423 Bike Drive is
now up at:
It’s also listed on KofC Supreme’s pages of:
There’s also going to be an article at some point in Supreme’s worldwide
Columbia Magazine, which would be available for free viewing at:
Two earlier email reports of m...
Congratulation to Luca Alberti and Theresa Gazzola.
Winners of the 1st Annual Knights of Columbus #5423 and Holy Cross Elementary School Scholarship.
You May have not met Rudy yet, as he is one of our newer Residents, but you should seek him out! Rudy is so happy living here at Rideau, so much, that he volunteered at our Recent Open House to welcome prospective residents and their families as they came in to tour and take part in the festivities.
He wanted to share his story of coming to Rideau and how helpful the staff are and how wonderful the food and services are here at Rideau. We nominated him to be our Resident Ambassador, an hon...
Talk to Knights of Columbus September 2019
Good evening brothers, I hope you are having a good week. My talk for this evening is Seven Days to Happiness. As you know our lives can be challenging every day with so many demands on our precious time, struggling with financial constraints, and trying to maintain good personal relations with our family, friends and colleagues, it is easy to develop a negative outlook on life. The Bible tells us that cheerfulness keeps us healthy; Proverbs 17:22 re...
A donation drive at Holy Cross Elementary School in Burnaby turned out to be a success as 67 bicycles – including 27 bikes for kids – were given away May 4.
According to organizer Graham Darling, those sets of wheels will be given away to people in the community with low incomes looking for an inexpensive way to travel.
“This is currently the only event of its kind in the Greater Vancouver area,” said Darling.
The Knights of Columbus offered the event in partnership with various organizations...
When a huge, superhero-themed festival hit the streets of Burnaby in June, members of Holy Cross Parish saw an opportunity to evangelize.
They joined the parade with a float featuring a cross crowned with thorns, wearing a red cape and labelled “HERO.” They also carried banners of the Knights of Columbus and symbols of the various activities and charitable works the parish offers.
Parade organizers estimated a total of 50,000 people participated in the festival.