St. Thomas à Becket Council of the Knights of Columbus


The Knights of Columbus Installation of Officers and Charter presentation ceremony for Incarnation Catholic Church took place on July 29th at 8:00pm.

Here is a note from our new charter Grand Knight:

"I am truly honored and humbled to have been selected to serve as the charter Grand Knight for the St. Thomas à Becket council.
I look forward to a wonderful year in leading our council in the direction that God leads us.  This year in particular, we will be focusing on charity within our parish and surrounding community.
I ask our parish friends and family to remember all of our council members in your prayers so that we may open our minds, eyes, mouth, ears, hands and especially our hearts…to do and accept everything in God’s Divine Will."

Congratulations to our new 2015-2016 Officers:

Chaplain - Father William Holiday
Grand Knight - Luis Rosas
Deputy Grand Knight - Frank Chisari
Chancellor - Louis Campese
Recorder - Chris Mayo
Financial Secretary - Eric Palmer
Treasurer - Erick Ybarra
Lecturer - Jonathan Boothby
Warden - Kevin Brown
Advocate - Jonathan Boothby
Inside Guard - John Jupin
Outside Guard - Christopher Rabanal
One-Year Trustee - Don Lorbecke
Two-Year Trustee - Joe Bostwick
Three-Year Trustee - Jim View

Here is a link to some of the pictures that were taken during the ceremony:

https://kofc16236.shutterfly.com/

Our active council consists of 23 members and growing.  Feel free to contact me (email below) or any of our members if you are a practicing Catholic man, 18 years or older in union with the *Holy See, if you want to become part of this great organization...Knights of Columbus.  If you are already a Knight but not active or part of a different council, contact us to re-activate your membership or to transfer into our council.
*(This means that an applicant or member accepts the teaching authority of the Catholic Church on matters of faith and morals, aspires to live in accord with the precepts of the Catholic Church, and is in good standing in the Catholic Church.)

http://www.kofc.org