Prayer Requests


Posted Nov 06, 2019
by pbettge

Wednesday, November 6, 2019 – 6 pm Rosary at St. Joseph's Catholic Church.  Please wear church attire.

Thursday, November 7, 2019 – 9 am Memorial Mass at St. Joseph's Catholic Church.

Frank was not a 4th degree knight; however the Assembly has voted to give our longest living member of 64 years a tribute.  I don't think many of our chili dinners would have been successful with Frank's equipment & guidance.

For the Memorial Mass & to show respect to Frank & his family:

We would like you to wear the Tuxedo, name badge, social baldric, jewel of office (if you want) & any mini jewels you have & any pin you wish.  Bring your Cape & Chapeaux (no sword or gloves). Fold your cape over one arm, chapeaux in the other over your heart.  We will march in before the family, lay our cape & chapeaux on the table we will have set up, then go to the pew (on the left side) & sit as a group as if we were at a corporate communion.  Please arrive no later than 8:45 am.

The Grand Knight has asked for help in setting up the parish hall beginning at 7:30 am.  Please come if you can help.

There will be a private service later when the Family decides & we have all be invited to attend.  I will past the information to us when Barbara lets me know.

Please pray for Frank & his family. 

Requested by:  David Zeigler, PGK, PFN, FDD, Msgr. L.L. Meyer Council 1422

God our Father, 
Your power brings us to birth, 
Your providence guides our lives, 
and by Your command we return to dust.

Lord, those who die still live in Your presence, 
their lives change but do not end. 
I pray in hope for my family, 
relatives and friends, 
and for all the dead known to You alone. 

In company with Christ, 
Who died and now lives, 
may they rejoice in Your kingdom, 
where all our tears are wiped away. 
Unite us together again in one family, 
to sing Your praise forever and ever.

Amen; Amen

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