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Scott Fleckinger and Community Car Care has turned over to the Knights of Columbus Over $1,400 which has gone towards the council's many Activities that we do to Service our Community. This is the Third year that Scott has Sponsored this program with the Knights of Columbus, and we can't Thank him enough. I trust Scott with all of my Vehicles and you should to! It is what you do when you do not have to, that shows your True Character, and It is through Great Knights like this that our Community Shines! Great Job Scott!!!!!

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You need tires, they need help!

Once again, Community Car Care is proud to announce we will donate $5.00 per tire sold to one of three local charities for the next three months, September, October and November. Again this year we will include the CARE Mission, the Benevolence Ministry at Plum Creek Church and the Knights of Columbus Council 5220. All great charities helping people in need right here in our neighborhood.

It costs you nothing! When you purchase tires, choose the charity you prefer, we donate the money accordingly.

The organization with the most requests will receive a $150.00 bonus from Community Car Care. We are proud to say we have donated over $4700.00 with your help!


Thank you, Scott & the team at CCC.

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Who was Father DeJaco?
Reverend Louis Anthony DEJACO 1                He was born on March 28, 1891 in Newport, Kentucky at 942 Saratoga Street. He was baptized on March 29, 1891 in Newport, Kentucky at Saint Stephen Catholic Church by Rev. Joseph ...
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Father Terry Hoppenjans has been pastor of St. Michael's Catholic Church since 1997 where he carries out Mission work to help hundreds of families in this economically depressed region of eastern Kentucy.
Annually, our Knights of Columbus - Dejaco Council have been blessed to be able to help Fr. Terry in his endeavour. Our contribution is small compare to the needs in the area but every year we are able to help hundreds of people with food, clothing and other corporal necessities.
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Through the Knights of Columbus, Father McGivney gave Catholic laymen a new opportunity – the chance to grow in holiness while contributing to their parishes, communities and security of their families. Today, more and more Church leaders are recognizing his spiritual genius in animating the laity.

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Opportunities for Life
Frankfort, Kentucky For women dealing with crisis pregnancies, Opportunities for Life, the pro-life outreach of the state`s four Catholic dioceses, is a "listening ear," a source of ...
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What Have You Done for Your Marriage Today?

That’s the question the Catholic Church asks in a series of TV and radio spots launched June 27 by the U.S. bishops’ Committees on Marriage and Family ...

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Jack McKeon

Filmed after he lead his team to win the 2003 World Series, then Florida Marlins manager Jack McKeon tells Msgr. Jim Lisante that baseball isn't his only love.

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Each day a priest, deacon or lay person from around the ...

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Video Daily Reflections

The U.S. bishops’ Catholic Communication Campaign (CCC) has expanded its streaming video site, CCC-TV, to include daily reflections, interviews and stories of faith that offer a range of engaging multimedia content. The new features give visitors the opportunity to experience the rich tapestry of Catholic faith from diverse perspectives and learn about the activities of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and the Church across the country. Daily reflections offer brief commentaries on the Mass readings of the day. The Archdioceses of Galveston-Houston, New Orleans, Miami, San Antonio, Washington, D.C and the Dioceses of Fort Wayne-South Bend and Raleigh are currently participating. Several other dioceses are scheduled to tape reflections for the coming year.

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First Positive Conclusions Regarding The Holy See Report For The Convention Against Torture
The Committee for the Convention Against Torture (CAT) has released an advance unedited version of its Concluding Observations on the Initial Report of the Holy See. These Observations recognise that the Holy See has made many serious and substantial reforms on its procedures that further ...

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To The Bishops Of Mexico: Promote Encounter Through Dialogue Against Violence
This morning Pope Francis received the bishops of the Mexican Episcopal Conference, in Rome in these days for their five-yearly “ad limina” visit. At the end of the meeting, the Holy Father handed them the text of his planned address, ...
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Jesus' Pain On The Cross Reflects The Pain Of Humanity
The suffering of Jesus on the Cross, that reflects the pain of humanity and represents the divine response to the mystery of the evil that is so difficult to understand, was the theme of Pope Francis' catechesis during the general audience held today, Holy Wednesday, in which the liturgy ...

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Francis: Do Not Get Used To Behavior That Anaesthetises The Heart
This morning the Holy Father celebrated the general audience with 30,000 faithful gathered in St. Peter's Square. Pope Francis dedicated this Ash Wednesday's catechesis to the Lenten journey of forty days ...
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The Pope's Meeting With The Council Of Cardinals
This morning in the Domus Sanctae Marthae the Pope's third meeting with the Council of Cardinals began. The Council was created on 13 April 2013 and confirmed by Pope's chirograph of 28 September, to assist in the governance of the Universal Church and to draw up a plan for the revision of the ...
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