Remembrance Day Preparations

IMG_6669George Deviat Grand Knight of the T.P. Butler Knights of Columbus Council in Morell Reports:


In spite of wind and cold – recently George Deviat and Leonard Deveaux T.P. Butler Council Morell Knights with young children placed Canadian Flags and Poppies on 36 Veterans graves at St. Theresa the Little Flower and St. Lawrence O’Toole Green Meadows.

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We Pray for all who served our country and commend them to the kind mercy of the Lord.

Following the placing of flags there were snacks in the church basement.

Knights from the Montague, Cardigan, Georgetown & Sturgeon Area

Now that fall is in the air and winter is just around the corner, the Knights of Columbus would like to begin their “Coats for Kids” program.

We would like you to check your closets and donate any new or used coats that you won’t be using this year. They will be distributed through the schools in the area to children who need them.

Please drop them off at St. Mary’s Church in Montague or call one of the following:

John Rowe – Montague area—838-2098;

Louis Callaghan – Cardigan & Georgetown area – 583- 2962;

Brian Smyth –Sturgeon area – 902-830-4410.

Installation of Officers at St. Dunstan’s Basilica, Charlottetown


Our newly installed Executive Officers of Our Lady of Fatima Knights of Columbus Council #824 St Dunstan’s Basilica.

Standing: Raymundo Yu, Desmond FallDavid Abbott, Duke Fall, Cory Malone, Donald ChevarieBrady Grant.

Sitting: District Deputy Basil Favaro, Reg Shields, Mike White, Arnold Moore, Brendon Duffy.

Not shown in the picture Fr Floyd Gallant, John Reilly, Albert Bryanton and Henry Savidant.

Photo by Mike White

St. Dunstan’s Parish Picnic: Sunday, September 24

From Mike White’s Facebook Wall:

It was a beautiful day for a picnic yesterday!

There were plenty of people, smiling faces,

hamburgers, hot dogs, cold treats and,

of course, chocolate yesterday at the St Dunstan’s Basilica Annual Parish Picnic.

Many Knights were out to help with the food preparation,

cooking, serving, set up, music and clean up.

Day of Prayer for Peace and Reconciliation

Dear Brother Knights:


This Aug. 15, on the Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Knights around the world are encouraged to pray for their respective countries as part of an Orderwide Day of Prayer for Peace and Reconciliation.


Supreme Knight Carl Anderson called for the Aug. 15 observance during the 135th Supreme Convention in St. Louis. Citing the recent increase in political violence, including the shooting of members of Congress last June on a baseball field outside of Washington, D.C., he said:


“Violence and the rhetoric of violence have no place as a style of politics in America or any other country. … I call upon all my brother Knights and their families to again seek the intercession of Mary, Queen of Peace.”


For more information and suggested prayers, please visit


Knights Choir Welcoming New Members!

The PEI Knights to Remember Male Chorus, formed last October with 14 current members from four Councils – invites new members for the Fall.  Newcomer and veteran Knights of Columbus ages 18+ are most welcomed to join us for fun making music together and special upcoming engagements.  Weekly evening practices will resume in mid-September and with possibilities for rotating schedules in participating K of C districts across PEI.  Contact Director Basil Favaro through St. Francis of Assisi Parish in Cornwall or at or 902 569 8826.

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