Knights of Columbus 4972 would like to extend a warm welcome to our newest brothers, Ryan King, David McCullars, John Taylor, and Cameron Wagner! We are excited and fortunate to have them as part of our Council. Please join us in congratulating them on taking this first step on their journey in the Knight of Columbus.
Being a Knight of Columbus represents a common bond in our devotion to the Catholic faith and our brotherhood in Christ. We have joined together to help one another become better Catholics, better husbands, better fathers, better providers for the financial protection of our families and better citizens of the countries in which we live. If this is sounds like something that would benefit you and your family, please talk to any of the current members of the Knight of Columbus to learn more.
The Knights of Columbus Council #4972 will be hosting their Annual Kids Halloween Party on Friday, October 26th from 6-8:30 P.M.
There will be a hot dog dinner, games, candy, prizes, costume contest, and a magic show performed by Rodney The Magician.
Join us for a ghoulish night of fun and entertainment. For more information, call the Club House (615-883-4972) or email KofC4972@gmail.com
On October 2, 1881, Father Michael J. McGivney brought men of his parish together to unite men of Catholic faith and to provide for the families of deceased members. A few months later on February 6, 1882 the Knights of Columbus was born and has continued this mission set forth by Father McGivney.
Join us this Saturday for a free event presented by Stephen Regan. There is no cost or obligation. Everyone from the parish is invited – bring your spouse and kids. Whether you are a current member of the Knights of Columbus or not, please take advantage of this opportunity to learn if any of these benefits are right for you and your family.
Council 4972 would like to thank everyone who made the Lenten Friday Fish Fry nights and the 2017 Bonanza such a success! We hope you had a wonderful time! We were overwhelmed by the amount of people that purchased a ticket, helped sell tickets, donated items for the auctions, volunteered time to setup and work the event, participated in the auctions, made financial donations, and offered their prayers to us
In addition to supporting Holy Rosary Church and Academy, your support allows us to help many of the charitable organizations and important causes to us. This includes donations to Special Olympics, Second Harvest Food Bank, our seminarian Anthony Stewart, and our 54th Nun’s Picnic to name a few. Again…THANK YOU!!
In addition to the many individuals that supported the Bonanza, these businesses donated items and services. Please consider supporting them in return.
|3rd Avenue Hardware
||Brandon Berger DDS
||Fr Ryan High School
||Gateway Tire and Service Center
|Guy Stermin – Stained Glass
||Hanna at Michelle’s Hair
||Hearing Health Center
|Holy Rosary Academy
||JPII High School
||Metro Parks Nashville
||Mount Juliet Wine and Spirits
||Music City Floors
|MVP Lawn Care
||Nashville Predators –
|Nashville Predators –
||Red Sox – David Price
|Red Sox – Mookie Betts
||Second Harvest Food Bank
|St Cecilia’s High School
||St Mary’s Bookstore
||Starbucks – Hermitage
|Strike and Spare – Donelson
Please visit the Photo Gallaries page to view pictures from Bonanza.
Dear Knights of Columbus Council 4972,
Hello! I hope that all of you are doing well. All is well here in Rome, and I am anxiously awaiting my upcoming Easter Break in two weeks. This Easter I will be spending some time in Ireland with a priest friend from back home. It will be good to get away from school before I finish up in June. I wanted to send you all a note expressing my gratitude for the check you all sent me last week. I am indeed grateful, and it will help me with the various expenses I have here in seminary. This weekend I will be going to Assisi with students from the University of Notre Dame, and will be sure to pray for Council 4972 at the tomb of St. Francis. Once again, I am humbled and grateful for your support! I look forward to meeting you all this summer! Until then please be assured of my continued prayers for the good work that you all do!
Below is a greeting from the new seminarian, Anthony Stewart, we are sponsoring. Please join me in welcoming him and including him in our prayers.
Dear Knights Council 4972,
Hello! I wanted to write you all to express my gratitude for your willingness to support me in these final years of my formation as a seminarian. Unfortunately, I cannot thank you all in person at the moment because I am studying in Rome. I will return to the diocese in June for the summer, and it is my hope that I can come by and meet you all at a council meeting. However, so you all know a little bit about me until then allow me to introduce myself. My name is Anthony Stewart, and I am a seminarian for the Diocese of Nashville. I’m 26 years old, and from McEwen, TN. McEwen is a small town just about 50 miles west of Nashville. It is home to the world’s famous Irish Picnic. I was born and raised in McEwen, and my home parish is St. Patrick’s Catholic Church. I have three siblings. (2 sisters and a brother) I am the second of four. My mother is a nurse and my step-father works as a foreman for a construction company. I have not always been a catholic. My senior year of high school I converted to Catholicism from a Nazarene Church. After high school, I attended Aquinas College in Nashville for two years before ending up in seminary. I am currently in my sixth year of formation for the diocese. The last three years I have been living in Rome, Italy studying at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross. Previous to coming to Rome I studied in Columbus, Ohio at the Pontifical College Josephinum. I only have two years left before I am ordained a priest. This coming September I will be ordained a deacon at St. Peter’s basilica along with my classmates.
Once again, thank you all for your support! Please know of my prayers for Council 4972.
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