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Jim Lentz, KM
4/19/2018

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Pilgrimage Petitions Gathered at Anointing Mass

Joan Glasgow, DM
4/5/2018

The DC and Montgomery County regions of the Order held their 12th Annual Lourdes Anointing Mass March 17th at Our Lady of Mercy Church in Potomac, MD.  Over 300 malades and companions attended ...

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Atlanta Region Hosts “Life is Beautiful” Gala

Gigi Meyers, DM
3/22/2018

 

On February 22, the Atlanta Region sponsored the seventh “Life is Beautiful” gala to benefit the Pregnancy Aid Clinic. The region has raised approximately $600,000 through these events over the years to enhance the ...

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Lift It Up for the Greater Glory of God

Don Hempson, III, KM and Richard Mena, KM
3/8/2018

On February 11, the Columbus Region gathered for its Mass of the Anointing of the Sick.  Fr. Joshua Wagner, pastor of Holy Rosary/St. John the Evangelist Church, concelebrated with Magistral Chaplain Fr. Thomas Blau ...

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Men Who Cook

Jim Lentz, KM
4/19/2018

Pilgrimage Petitions Gathered at Anointing Mass

Joan Glasgow, DM
4/5/2018

The DC and Montgomery County regions of the Order held their 12th Annual Lourdes Anointing Mass March 17th at Our Lady of Mercy Church in Potomac, MD.  Over 300 malades and companions attended ...

read more

Atlanta Region Hosts “Life is Beautiful” Gala

Gigi Meyers, DM
3/22/2018

 

On February 22, the Atlanta Region sponsored the seventh “Life is Beautiful” gala to benefit the Pregnancy Aid Clinic. The region has raised approximately $600,000 through these events over the years to enhance the ...

read more

Lift It Up for the Greater Glory of God

Don Hempson, III, KM and Richard Mena, KM
3/8/2018

On February 11, the Columbus Region gathered for its Mass of the Anointing of the Sick.  Fr. Joshua Wagner, pastor of Holy Rosary/St. John the Evangelist Church, concelebrated with Magistral Chaplain Fr. Thomas Blau ...

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Atlanta Anointing of the Sick

Marie Corrigan, DM
3/8/2018

The Atlanta Region hosted a Mass for the Anointing of the Sick on February 10 at Holy Spirit Catholic Church in celebration of World Day of Prayer for the Sick. The principal celebrant was Archbishop ...

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DC Retreat Prepares for Lent, Softens Hearts

Barbara Patocka, DM
2/22/2018

Over the weekend before Ash Wednesday members of the Washington, DC, area regions gathered in Potomac, Maryland for a retreat with the Rev. James Greenfield, OSFS, president of DeSales University.

 

Focusing on the Gospel of ...

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Christmas Carols Illumine Midwest Retreat

Cynthia Salazar, DM
2/22/2018

The Annual Day of Recollection, conceived over 15 years ago by Deacon Ed Gronkiewicz, KM as a way to begin the New Year on a firm spiritual foundation, was held once again at the Shrine ...

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Jacksonville Retreat Held Amid Windswept Views

Jane R. Lanier, DM
2/22/2018

 

The Jacksonville Region Retreat was held February 2-4 at the Ritz Carlton, Amelia Island. From the beautiful, wind-swept oaks to the spectacular Atlantic Ocean and white beaches, God’s majestic creation welcomed knights and dames ...

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Carol Macri DM, Robert Macri KM, Jeanne Raubenstine DM, Clair Raubenstine KM, Karen Hoy DM, George Gunning IV KM at the Marketplace Blessing in 2015

Nourishment and Empowerment in Norristown

Robert Macri, KM
2/9/2018

Members of the Philadelphia Region in partnership with the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and local parishes have worked together to redefine emergency food distribution in Norristown, Pennsylvania.

 

Martha’s Choice Marketplace is an innovative and alternative ...

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Volunteers Needed: Lafayette Flood Home Rebuilding Efforts Continue

Paul David, KM
1/25/2018

 

The next home rebuilding workweek for the victims of the historic 2016 flooding in Acadiana (Lafayette Region) will be March 4-8. John Reilly, KM, will again lead the rebuilding week.  Registration is now open and ...

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A Shepherd to the End

Rick Rotondi, KM
1/25/2018

Bishop William Curlin, bishop emeritus of the Diocese of Charlotte, North Carolina, who established the Federal Association region there, died on December 23. He lived the last months of his life as he had lived ...

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Pilgrimage to Croatia to See Icon of Our Lady of Philermo

1/25/2018

 

The pilgrimage begins in Zagreb, the capitol of Croatia, visiting the nearby Marian shrine of Maria Bistrica and then continues to the Dalmatian coast visiting sites where Christianity took root in the ancient Roman provinces ...

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Help for Hôpital Sacre Coeur

Dr. Joe Giere, KM
1/25/2018

A team with a gynecologic surgeon and anesthesiologist is needed to help at the Hôpital Sacre Coeur in Milot, Haiti during the week of May 13th. Malta member Joe Giere is gathering the team ...

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Florida Kitchen Volunteers Feed and Outfit Customers for Life

Jerry Weedon, KM
1/11/2018

The presence of the Federal Association remains strong at the St. Francis Soup Kitchen in Jacksonville, Fla. The kitchen has served generations of volunteers; many of the knights and dames who now work there through ...

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DeSales President to Lead DC Retreat

Barbara Patocka, DM
1/11/2018

The Rev. James F. Greenfield, OSFS, who recently assumed the presidency of DeSales University in Center Valley, Pennsylvania, will be the retreat master for an Order of Malta retreat in the Washington, DC area on ...

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Spiritual Power of Women Explored in Defense of Faith Talk

Christopher McManus, KM
1/11/2018

On November 30, more than 40 members and guests of the Northern Virginia Region attended the monthly Defense of the Faith Meeting in the St. Ambrose Parish Hall for an informative and inspirational presentation by ...

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Rome Retreat Draws Young Members Worldwide

Christine Kettmer, DM and Mike DeVanney, KM
12/21/2017

Knights and dames of Malta from three continents gathered in Rome in early December for the 11th Blessed Gerard Retreat, an annual event designed to deepen understanding of the Order’s structures, history, and paths ...

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Members Serve Thanksgiving at Fisher House

Gaby DeLeon, KM
12/21/2017

Traditional Thanksgiving dinner was served to over 80 residents and guests of the five Fisher Houses on the campus of Walter Reed on November 15th. Three turkeys with complete dinner accompaniments were donated by Ed ...

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Lafayette Region Buries Poor, Homeless and Forgotten

Paul David, KM
12/6/2017

Thirty-seven coffins lined the aisle of the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist in Lafayette, LA on All Souls Day evening, adorned with floral arrangements and prepared for their final resting place. The coffins held ...

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Thanksgiving Dinner Provided by Central NC

Jim Lentz, KM
12/6/2017

The Central North Carolina Region provided an early Thanksgiving dinner to a full house at the Family House in Winston-Salem, NC while patients of family members underwent cancer treatments at Baptist and Novant Hospitals.

 

The ...

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