Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Knights of Columbus flip hamburgers to feed 1,000

tuesday the 7th
Multi-faceted effort includes Vancouver Community College hairdressers and Ugandan rappers
Peter Cheah, a Knight of Columbus from All Saints Council 5540, puts hamburger patties on the grill while fellow Knight Michael Yeo flips burgers. Alistair Burns / The B.C. Catholic.
If Knights of Columbus councils are known for pancake breakfasts, then one has had a culinary makeover. All Saints Knights Council 5540 fired up their barbeques for the homeless in Vancouver's Victory Square Sept. 20. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

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Faith brings light to hardship, Pope Francis says at children's centre
Pope Francis arrives for a meeting with children assisted by the Bethany Centre and those helped by other charities during an encounter in the church at the Bethany Centre in Tirana, Albania, Sept. 21. CNS photo / Paul Haring.
Pope Francis visited an Albanian centre for abandoned children, emphasizing in his remarks that Christian charity can help bring oneself and others closer to God. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

Seminary draws largest numbers in almost 50 years
Adam Rieger, Karl Trautmann, Sedney Polinar and John Duane Carmichael are among 53 seminarians from 12 Western Canadian dioceses studying at St. Joseph Seminary this year, the largest number since the 1960s. Ramon Gonzalez (CCN).
Thanks to prayer and hard work, St. Joseph Seminary is bursting with seminarians this year. Currently 53 seminarians from several Western dioceses are studying for the priesthood at St. Joseph. That's about 10 more than last year. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

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