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Divine Mercy

The Divine Mercy Message is about the immeasurable Love God has for us and is as easy as ABC.
A – Ask for God’s Mercy (Sacrament of Reconciliation)
B – Be merciful to others (Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us)
C – Completely trust in Jesus (Truly believe unceasingly in God’s Love for us)

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Church: Missions

Our Mission – a program by the Ontario Knights of Columbus to support Catholic Missions in Canada. As members of the Knights of Columbus and as a Catholic Gentleman, we have committed to support the Catholic Mission’s in Canada by collecting pennies and coins.

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The Holy Family Prayer Program

The Holy Family Prayer Program is the 17th Prayer Program sponsored by the Knights of Columbus, designed to strengthen Catholic families and our prayer lives.

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Pro-Life

“We must not believe the Evil One when he tells us that there is nothing we can do in the face of violence, injustice and sin” (Pope Francis, March 24, 2013) . As Catholics and Knights of Columbus, we are called to continually promote, develop and defend a Culture of Life that values life from the moment of conception to natural death.

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Roses for Life

The Roses for Life Program consists of distributing small roses, which attach to the lapel of jackets or coats. The program is designed to increase awareness of the Culture of Life / Pro-Life issues (for example abortion, euthanasia).

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Refund Support Vocations Program

Now, more than ever, Seminarians can use a helping hand as many do NOT have funds apart from their education and basic living. Any assistance is greatly appreciated on their journey to the priesthood.

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Keep Christ in Christmas

During the Season of Advent, Knights of Columbus Councils around Ontario are busy reminding everyone that Jesus is the Reason for the Season. Celebrating Christmas is about Celebrating the birth of the Son of God!

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Fr. McGivney Guild

The guilds of old were established as associations of artisans or merchants, bonded by common practices and objectives. They were an effective method of ensuring that only the highest standards of their chosen crafts were acceptable.

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