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Knights of Columbus Honor Guards for the Blessing of Divine Infant Altar



By Manuel Papa
Scarborough-ON-Canada
February 15, 2017

 
 


The Altar built by the Knights of Columbus Prince of Peace Council # 9144  at Divine Infant School in Scarborough was blessed by Fr. Lorenzo Salandanan on Jan. 27. Sir  Knights of Bishop Charles P. Greco Assembly 2113 and St. John Paul II Assembly # 3325 Knights of Columbus served as Honor Guards.

Commander SK Eduardo Prillo, PGK, FDD of  Bishop Greco KC Assembly # 2113  led the Honor Guards, with SK Robert Bentley, PGK, FDD, FN, SK Jose A. Reyes, PGK, FDD, PFN, SK Wilfred Gomez, PGK , DD, PFN, SK George R. Poblete,PGK, FDD, PFN, KGCHS, SK James Martinez, SK Keith Coutinho, SK Vincent Noronha;  SK Earley Adams, FN and Sir Knights from St. John Paul II  KC Assembly# 3325.




Knights of Columbus KC # 9144 Prince of Peace Memorial Mass


By Manuel Papa
Scarborough-ON-Canada
February 15, 2017

The  Prince of Peace Knights of Columbus KC # 9144 celebrated a Memorial Mass for their deceased knights and families in November 2016 at  Prince of Peace Church in Scarborough, Ontario. Commander SK Eduardo C. Prillo, PGK, FDD and Grand Knight SK Gregory Saldanha led this event of the knights. Rev. Fr. Lorenzo Salandanan celebrated the Memorial Mass, served by fellow knights and their ladies.  




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