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VOLUME 39 │ NUMBER 29 │ JULY 21, 2021
In anticipation of Blessed Michael McGivney’s inaugural feast day, Aug. 13, explore the online resources available to help you learn more about our founder. You are also invited to take on the Supreme Chaplain’s Monthly Challenge for August, making devotion to Father McGivney part of your daily life.
 Plan Your Celebration for Blessed Michael McGivney’s Feast DayResources are available to help your council celebrate the inaugural celebration of Blessed Michael McGivney’s feast day, Aug. 13, with your parish community. VIEW RESOURCES
Supreme Chaplain’s Monthly Challenge for AugustDuring August, Supreme Chaplain Archbishop William Lori challenges Knights to pray every day as an individual or as a family, asking the intercession of Blessed Michael McGivney to live in a more prayerful home. Second, he challenges Knights to assist their council in the Faith in Action Family Prayer Night or Family Week program, incorporating devotions to Father McGivney into their efforts.To read the full challenge, along with questions for reflection, click here.
Knights Team Up for Disaster Relief Efforts in the BahamasThe Island of Abaco was devastated when Hurricane Dorian passed through the Bahamas in 2019. Knights in Louisiana, having faced Hurricane Laura last year, offered their remaining stockpile of disaster relief supplies to the island. Working with councils in Florida, they coordinated the shipment of 18 pallets of MREs (Meals Ready to Eat) to residents in Abaco. WATCH VIDEO
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