Grand Knight Message

Grand Knight

My Brother Knights,

The month of November is upon us and as a Council we remain very busy. I am looking forward to the annual Elderly Thanksgiving Dinner when we have our guests from the area nursery homes visit us and enjoy a delicious dinner. I have also invited the local police and first responders to join us and thank them for the service to the community. More details about this event will be forth coming.

Also this month we will be having our Deceased Members Mass. A corporate communion will be held at the 5:30pm mass and afterwards we will be having the reading of the names and a dinner at the hall. More details to come in this newsletter.

We will soon be sending out the annual dues letters to all George Brent Council members. It is very important that every member pay their dues and to be current. Continue to watch the mail for the letter.

Vivat Jesus!

Brian W. Henslee
Grand Knight

DGK Message



November is knocking on our door and with this month comes the remembrance through the Deceased Members Mass of our loved ones who have departed to be with our Father. We also celebrate life with the Healing Mass and the Elderly Thanksgiving Luncheon. This is the time that prepares us for the happiest season of all, Christmas!

Blood Drive
Saturday November 14th - 8:30am-1:00pm
Chairman: Colin Myers

Deceased Members Mass
Saturday November 14th
Mass 5:30pm in the church
Dinner follows in the Hall

Family Breakfast
Sunday November 15th - 10:30am
Chairman: Bill Bolton

Healing Mass & Elderly Thanksgiving Luncheon
Saturday November 21st - 10:00am
Chairman: Matt Lewandowski

Vivat Jesus!

Carlos Sousa
General Program Director
Deputy Grand Knight
George Brent Council 5332

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9290 Stonewall Rd
Manassas, VA 20110
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Healing Mass
Elderly Thanksgiving Luncheon
George Brent Council will host its annual Healing Mass and Elderly Thanksgiving Luncheon on November 21, 2015 begining at 10:30am.
Knights of Columbus Hall
9290 Stonewall Drive
Manassas, VA 20110
For more information contact Matt Lewandowski

The birth of our Lord Jesus Christ brought a great illumination of hope into the world. Keeping Christ in Christmas is keeping the very heart and meaning of the Christmas celebration alive; to celebrate the birth of the Son of God.

Using an Advent wreath as a focal point for your family’s prayers and holiday celebrations is a great way to prepare for, and celebrate, Christmas. An Advent wreath is generally made with leaves of laurel, spruce or a similar foliage and four candles assembled at equal distance from one another. A candle is successively lit during each of the four weeks of Advent to symbolize the light that Christ’s birth brings to the world. Traditionally, three of the candles are purple; the color of kings and of penance, while one is rose, signifying a break of joyful expectation on the third Sunday of Advent.

Gather your family around the Advent wreath daily — generally before supper. Light the candles and pray together. At Christmas, the penitential season is over and the time to rejoice is at hand! To transform the Advent wreath into a Christmas wreath replace the original candles with long red candles (to be lit at breakfast on Christmas morning), red ribbon and other festive decorations. Promote the Advent wreath in your homes as a means for the family to prepare spiritually for Christ’s birth.

William F Bolton Jr
KCIC Chairman

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Bring your family and friends and join us for our Monthly Family Breakfast!
Sunday December 20th
10:30 AM

Cost = Donation to KOVAR
All you can eat!
For more information contact Bill Bolton at:
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