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THE HOLY SACRIFICE OF THE MASS IN MEMORY OF ALL DECEASED KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS DURING THE

129TH SUPREME CONVENTION AUGUST 4, 2011 DENVER, COLORADO


MEMORIAL OF SAINT JEAN-MARIE VIANNEY PRIEST

His Excellency

Most Reverend William E. Lori Bishop of Bridgeport Supreme Chaplain Principal Celebrant & Homilist

8:00 A.M. Plaza Ballroom Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel


INTRODUCTORY RITES Organ Prelude

Canzona in D Minor J.S. Bach (1685-1750)

Introit

Requiem Aeternam Plainsong, Mode VI

Requiem aeternam dona eis, Domine et lux perpetua luceat eis. Te decet hymnus, Deus, in Sion, et tibi reddetur votum in Jerusalem. Exaudi orationem meam, ad te omnis caro veniet.

Grant them eternal rest, O Lord and let perpetual light shine upon them. It is fitting to sing a hymn to you, O Lord, on Mount Zion, and to you must vows be fulfilled in Jerusalem. Hear my prayer, for to you all flesh must come.

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KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS SAINTS AND BLESSEDS

St. Luis Batiz Sainz

St. Mateo Correa Magallanes

St. Pedro de Jesús Maldonado Lucero

Bl. Carlos Manuel Rodríguez

St. Rodrigo Aguilar Alemán

St. Miguel de la Mora de la Mora

Bl. José Rangel Montaño

St. José María Robles Hurtado

St. Rafael Guízar Valencia

Bl. Andrés Sola Molist

Bl. Leonardo Pérez Larios


Fourth Degree Procession

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Litany of the Saints


Entrance Hymn

O God, Our Help in Ages Past

Greeting

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Penitential Rite

Confiteor

Kyrie

Deutsche Messe Franz Schubert (1797-1828)

Opening Prayer

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LITURGY OF THE WORD First Reading

Ezekiel 3:17-21

A reading from the Book of the Prophet Ezekiel The word of the LORD came to me: Son of man, I have appointed you a watchman for the house of Israel. When you hear a word from my mouth, you shall warn them for me. If I say to the wicked man, you shall surely die; and you do not warn him or speak out to dissuade him from his wicked conduct so that he may live: the wicked man shall die for his sins, but I will hold you responsible for his death. If, on the other hand, you have warned the wicked man, yet he has not turned away from his evil nor from his wicked conduct, then he shall die for his sin, but you shall save your life. If a virtuous man turns away from virtue and does wrong when I place a stumbling block before him, he shall die. He shall die for his sin, and his virtuous deeds shall not be remembered; but I will hold you responsible for his death if you did not warn him. When, on the other hand, you have warned a virtuous man not to sin, and he has in fact not sinned, he shall surely live because of the warning, and you shall save your own life. The word of the Lord. R/ Thanks be to God. 9


Responsorial Psalm

Psalm 117 Peter J. Latona (b.1968)

Praise the LORD, all you nations; glorify him, all you peoples! R/ For steadfast is his kindness toward us, and the fidelity of the LORD endures forever. R/

Gospel Acclamation

Chant

The Lord sent me to bring glad tidings to the poor and to proclaim liberty to captives. R/

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Gospel

Matthew 9:35–10:1

@ A reading from the holy Gospel according to Matthew

R/ Glory to you, Lord. Jesus went around to all the towns and villages, teaching in their synagogues, proclaiming the Gospel of the Kingdom, and curing every disease and illness. At the sight of the crowds, his heart was moved with pity for them because they were troubled and abandoned, like sheep without a shepherd. Then he said to his disciples, “The harvest is abundant but the laborers are few; so ask the master of the harvest to send out laborers for his harvest.” Then he summoned his twelve disciples and gave them authority over unclean spirits to drive them out and to cure every disease and every illness. The Gospel of the Lord.

R/ Praise to you, Lord Jesus Christ.

Homily

Most Rev. William E. Lori Bishop of Bridgeport Supreme Chaplain

Necrology

Dennis A. Savoie Deputy Supreme Knight

All are invited to pray silently as the Necrology is read. The complete Necrology can be found starting on page 25. 11


LITURGY OF THE EUCHARIST Offertory Motet

The Call

Five Mystical Songs, IV Music: Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958) Text: George Herbert (1593-1632) Setting: Allen Percival

Come, my Way, my Truth, my Life; Such a Way, as gives us breath; Such a Truth, as ends all strife; Such a Life, as killeth death. Come, my Light, my Feast, my Strength; Such a Light, as shows a Feast; Such a Feast, as mends in length; Such a Strength, as makes his guest. Come, my Joy, my Love, my Heart; Such a Joy, as none can move; Such a Love, as none can part; Such a Heart, as joys in love.

Prayer Over the Gifts

Preface

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Sanctus

Deutsche Messe Franz Schubert (1797-1828)

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Eucharistic Prayer

Memorial Acclamation

Amen

Danish

Dresden

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COMMUNION RITE Lord’s Prayer

Doxology

Sign of Peace

Agnus Dei

Deutsche Messe Franz Schubert (1797-1828)

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Guidelines for the Reception of Communion For Catholics: As Catholics, we fully participate in the celebration of the Eucharist when we receive Holy Communion. We are encouraged to receive Communion devoutly and frequently. In order to be properly disposed to receive Communion, participants should not be conscious of grave sin and normally should have fasted for one hour. A person who is conscious of grave sin is not to receive the Body and Blood of the Lord without prior sacramental confession except for a grave reason where there is no opportunity for confession. In this case, the person is to be mindful of the obligation to make an act of perfect contrition, including the intention of confessing as soon as possible (canon 916). A frequent reception of the Sacrament of Penance is encouraged for all. For our fellow Christians: We welcome our fellow Christians to this celebration of the Eucharist as our brothers and sisters. We pray that our common baptism and the action of the Holy Spirit in this Eucharist will draw us closer to one another and begin to dispel the sad divisions which separate us. We pray that these will lessen and finally disappear, in keeping with Christ’s prayer for us “that they may all be one” (Jn 17:21). Because Catholics believe that the celebration of the Eucharist is a sign of the reality of the oneness of faith, life, and worship, members of those churches with whom we are not yet fully united are ordinarily not admitted to Holy Communion. Eucharistic sharing in exceptional circumstances by other Christians requires permission according to the directives of the diocesan bishop and the provisions of canon law (canon 844 § 4). Members of the Orthodox Churches, the Assyrian Church of the East, and the Polish National Catholic Church are urged to respect the discipline of their own Churches. According to Roman Catholic discipline, the Code of Canon Law does not object to the reception of communion by Christians of these Churches (canon 844 § 3). For those not receiving Holy Communion: All who are not receiving Holy Communion are encouraged to express in their hearts a prayerful desire for unity with the Lord Jesus and with one another. For non-Christians: We also welcome to this celebration those who do not share our faith in Jesus Christ. While we cannot admit them to Holy Communion, we ask them to offer their prayers for the peace and the unity of the human family.

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Communion Antiphon

Lux Aeterna Plainsong, Mode VIII

Lux aeterna luceat eis, Domine: cum sanctis tuis in aeternum, quia pius es. Requiem aeternam dona eis, Domine: et lux perpetua luceat eis: cum sanctis tuis in aeternum, quia pius es. Let perpetual light shine upon them, O Lord: with your holy ones for all time, because you are merciful. Grant them eternal rest, O Lord: and let perpetual light shine upon them: with your holy ones for all time, because you are merciful.

Communion Refrain

How Lovely Is Your Dwelling Place Jan M. Vermulst (1925-1994)

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Communion Meditation

How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling Place Ein Deutsches Requiem Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)

How lovely is Thy dwelling place, O Lord of Hosts! For my soul, it longeth, yea it fainteth, for the courts of the Lord; my soul and body crieth out Yea for the living God. Blest are they which dwell within thy house. They praise thy name evermore.

Prayer After Communion

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CONCLUDING RITE Greeting V / The Lord be with you. R/ And also with you.

Pontifical Blessing V / Blessed be the name of the Lord. R/ Now and for ever. V / Our help is in the name of the Lord. R/ Who made heaven and earth. V / May almighty God bless you, @ the Father, @ and the Son, @ and the Holy Spirit. R/ Amen.

Dismissal V / The Mass is ended, go in peace. R/ Thanks be to God.

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Recessional Hymn

Come, My Way, My Truth, My Life

Postlude

Fugue in C Major J.S. Bach (1685-1750)

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NECROLOGY

Hierarchy Most Reverend Józef Mirosław Życiński Archbishop of Lublin

Most Reverend Francis M. Zayek Bishop Emeritus of Saint Maron of Brooklyn (Maronite)

Most Reverend John T. Steinbock Bishop of Fresno

Most Reverend René Audet Bishop Emeritus of Joliette

Most Reverend William H. Bullock Bishop Emeritus of Madison

Most Reverend Paul V. Donovan Bishop Emeritus of Kalamazoo

Most Reverend Jean Gratton Bishop Emeritus of Mont-Laurier

Most Reverend Luis Manresa Formosa, S.J. Bishop Emeritus of Quetzaltenango, Los Altos

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Most Reverend Samuel Ruiz García Bishop Emeritus of San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas

Most Reverend Francisco M. Aguilera González Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of México

Most Reverend Patrick V. Ahern Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of New York

Bishop Anthony F. Mestice Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of New York

Most Reverend James E. Michaels, S.S.C.M.E. Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of Wheeling-Charleston

Most Reverend John J. Ward Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of Los Angeles

Most Reverend George O. Wirz Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of Madison

Most Reverend Luis M. Estrada Paetau, O.P. Vicar Apostolic Emeritus of Izabal

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Supreme Secretary Emilio B. Moure California

Former Supreme Advocate Judge Ricardo H. Garcia Texas

Former Supreme Director Darrell W. Beck Illinois

State Treasurer Thomas P. McGinn Massachusetts

State Warden Joseph A. Maresca Texas

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Past State Deputies William J. Sansone New York

Henry C. Ouillette Connecticut

Clarence A. Phillips Nova Scotia

Gilbert M. Guerrero Georgia

Reverend John C. Thomas Nova Scotia

Roger A. Graefe Idaho

Louis G. Miller Oklahoma

Edwin H. Hoff Idaho Everett Hofmeister Idaho

Joseph S. Yourish Jr. Pennsylvania

Dr. Leo V. Bongers Kansas

Arthur A. Sears Rhode Island Joseph A. Kammermayer Saskatchewan

Thomas L. McGuire Jr. Louisiana Peter J. Giordano Massachusetts

Daniel C. Romer Tennessee

Thomas F. Chady Mississippi

Frank J. Becker Utah Robert Sorensen Utah

Kenneth L. Coleman Montana

Paul D. PichĂŠ Virginia

Atalio Chavez New Mexico

Harold A. Schmidt Wyoming

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Former State Chaplains Reverend Thomas Zimmer Indiana Reverend Monsignor Irvin Lampe Kansas Reverend Monsignor Charles J. Keenan Nebraska Reverend Monsignor Andrew H. Meister Nebraska Reverend Monsignor Fernand Boucher New Brunswick Reverend Phil M. Donohoe Oklahoma Reverend Clifford Tremblay Saskatchewan Reverend Monsignor Lionel Mondor Saskatchewan Reverend Joseph P. O’Shea Washington

Former State Secretaries Freddie T. Johnson District of Columbia

Frank B. Perry Minnesota

Former State Treasurers Wenceslao Rosario Mieses Dominican Republic Benjamin C. Pablo Guam David Ingersoll Oklahoma 29


Former State Advocates Filipo Luca British Columbia Harry L. Brand Delaware Albert L. Sullivan Mississippi Frank Taccetta New York Delpha BĂŠlanger QuĂŠbec Eulogio B. Jumawan Visayas Donald Donell West Virginia

Former State Wardens Richard P. Branson District of Columbia Bernard Hensheid Idaho Bill Breeding Missouri Peter J. Davi Missouri Alphonse Nagel North Dakota Edwin Hrncir Texas 30


Former Masters Bernard Gardner California

Earl Arsenault Prince Edward Island

Judge John Ottaviano Jr. Connecticut

James Ayers Prince Edward Island

William A. Baker Sr. Delaware

Everett Muttart Prince Edward Island

Bernard Santowski Illinois Wilfred T. Burke Nova Scotia

Bernard H. Feterl South Dakota Valentine K. Lacher South Dakota

Deacon Alfred J. Rizzo Washington

District Deputies John M. Schwoebel Kentucky John W. Reid Jr. Massachusetts Alfonso GarcĂ­a Olmos Mexico South Thomas R. Wargo New York Joseph C. Russo Ohio Daniel A. Brennan Pennsylvania

A. James Rieckman South Dakota Michael Domenicali Texas Adolfo Garcia Texas Dionesio H. J. Gocotano Visayas Renato D. Golero Visayas J. Richard McEntee Washington

Raymond J. Hall Wisconsin 31


Former District Deputies Philip J. Carboy Alaska

James E. Harrison Colorado

John E. Cammaert Alberta

Louis T. Twombly Colorado

Eugene V. Ruzicka Alberta

John J. Ruggiero Connecticut Chester C. Sadosky Connecticut

Norman Tabor Alberta

John T. Callahan Delaware

Walter H. Van de Walle Alberta

Troy G. Sponaugle Delaware

Ray Waters Alberta Edward A. Flynn British Columbia

Arthur Corr Florida

Roger R. Durand British Columbia

Mark F. Gervia Florida

Leo Klotz British Columbia

Leonard Morro Florida

John Shawchuk British Columbia

James F. Powers Florida

Arthur W. Varley British Columbia

Ron Smith Florida John Tatum Florida

William E. Monroe California

Howard Alston Idaho

Richard Ronzano California 32


George Santos Idaho

Raymond Chezem Indiana

Ward Stroschein Idaho

John J. Heintz Iowa

Nick Thelen Idaho

David W. Kibbie Iowa

Kenneth Collins Illinois

Gerald K. Madsen Iowa

Robert Cunningham Illinois

James Patera Iowa

Charles Englum Illinois

John Durler Kansas

Peter Kearns Illinois

Edward Englert Sr. Kansas

John Lisk Illinois

Robert P. Flach Kansas

Gerald McDonough Illinois

George Sims Kansas

Joseph Mehallow Illinois

Gene Sramak Kansas

Richard Rose Illinois

Gerald E. Steffes Kansas

Kenneth Surowiec Illinois

Robert Temaat Kansas

James Toenesing Illinois

Bernard J. Camuel Kentucky

Anthony Babb Indiana

Nelson Fox Kentucky 33


Dick Rawe Kentucky

Eugene P. Klos Massachusetts

Ester C. Ruggles Kentucky

Harold E. Mathon Massachusetts

Robert J. Diaz Louisiana

William F. Muise Massachusetts

Robert Ebberman Louisiana

George C. Mutascio Massachusetts

Adrian Van Aert Manitoba

James M. O’Loughlin Jr. Massachusetts

Dr. Celso S. Barrientos Maryland

Joseph Porrazzo Massachusetts

Thomas J. Blair Maryland

William J. Thibault Jr. Massachusetts

Richard F. Gordes Maryland

J. E. Paul Turcotte Massachusetts

Paul E. Skulaski Maryland

Leo H. Ward Massachusetts

Carlton Williams Maryland

Robert T. Wilman Massachusetts

Joao J. Amaral Massachusetts

Noel Dansereau Michigan

James V. Bauer Massachusetts

William Deary Michigan

Paul F. Hanke Massachusetts

James Leonard Michigan

Chester J. Hankey Jr. Massachusetts

Honorious Perreault Michigan 34


Donald Carson Minnesota

Raymond Ashbrock Ohio

Harold Schuebel Minnesota

Joseph F. Bishop Ohio

Eugene Serres Minnesota

Roger Markovich Ohio

Marvin Armstead Missouri

Raymond Petrilla Ohio

Allen F. Karnik Nebraska

Edward M. Crimmins Oklahoma

Nelson Lynch New Brunswick

John Brawley Ontario

James R. Confroy New Jersey

Arthur F. Delmore Ontario

William Diamond Sr. New Jersey

James V. Hallinan Ontario

Charles B. Gates New Jersey

Edward Kennedy Ontario

Raymond Kuehner Sr. New Jersey

Joseph A. Macaluso Ontario

Leonard F. Molito New Jersey

Alexander MacDonald Ontario

Antonio E. Rostro New Mexico

Freddie Magpayo Ontario

Kevin F. Dutton Newfoundland and Labrador

John G. Orr Ontario

Ralph H. Provost North Carolina

テ]gel P. Garcテュa Puerto Rico 35


Hervé Beaulieu Québec

Jean Simard Québec

Martial Bourque Québec

Roch Vallée Québec

Jean-Louis Cloutier Québec

Jean Villemure Québec

Roger Comeau Québec

Robert Duarte Rhode Island

Paul-Eugéne De la Durantage Québec

Ernest Giroux Rhode Island

Aime Drareau Québec

Roy Ledoux Rhode Island

Jean Dumouchel Québec

John Rebello Rhode Island

Georges Gilbert Québec

Roch T. J. Pilon Saskatchewan

Raymond Girard Québec

Ronald C. Sommer South Dakota

Jean-Guy La faille Québec

Dr. Elvyn V. Davidson Tennessee

Daniel Lambert Québec

Gary Noonan Tennessee

Claudius Lavoie Québec

Ishmael S. Arsuaga Texas

Jean-Paul Lévesque Québec

Jerry Ballard Texas

René Mérineau Québec

Cecil C. Castro Texas 36


Albert Ciuksza Texas

Jose Amancio Visayas

Alfred B. Coward Texas

Arthur Areias Visayas

Lou Diaz Texas

Luis Canete Visayas

Robert Hines Texas

Florito Luyao Visayas

Andrew Rekieta Texas

Felicito Nawanao Visayas

Louis E. Russer Texas

Cayetano Olavides Visayas

George Smith Texas

Robert White Washington

Gilberto Valenzuela Texas

George Brezinski Wisconsin

John Castelli Utah

Norman Farrell Wisconsin

William F. Farquhar Virginia

Peter Mastricola Wisconsin

Marion W. Kuhlman Virginia

William Potthoff Wisconsin

Charles E. Murello Virginia

Arthur Silvia Wisconsin

Paul E. Skolaski Virginia

Roger J. Splitt Wisconsin

Melvin Steiner Wisconsin 37


General Agent Richard Leblanc QuĂŠbec

Former General Agents Donald Doepker Vito Guappone Robert Hohl Edward Loughney William McKinney Joseph Pollaci Carroll Spencer Earl Zak

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MINISTERS OF THE MASS Deacons Rev. Mr. Chuck Parker Rev. Mr. Mark Salvato

Masters of Ceremonies Very Rev. Steven C. Boguslawski, O.P. Rev. Msgr. Dariusz J. Zielonka Rev. Juan-Diego Brunetta, O.P. Rev. Kevin Kimtis Rev. Cyprian P. LaPastina Rev. Joseph A. Marcello Rev. Michael D. Weston Rev. Mr. James DeFillipps

Acolytes Mr. Glenn Evers Mr. Matthew Marinelli Seminarians of the Archdiocese of Denver

Lector State Deputy John S. Appelbaum Missouri

Necrologist Dennis A. Savoie Deputy Supreme Knight

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Gift Bearers Past Past State Deputy & Mrs. Lawrence J. Gardner Delaware

Past State Deputy & Mrs. Julio C. Domínguez Soto México Northwest

Past State Deputy Douglas J. Murray Florida

Former Mindanao Deputy Sofronio R. Cruz Mindanao

Past State Deputy & Mrs. Stanley A. Maria Hawaii

Past State Deputy & Mrs. Yvon Carrier New Brunswick

Past State Deputy & Mrs. Guy M. Precourt Manitoba

Past State Deputy & Mrs. Max A. Snow Newfoundland & Labrador

Past State Deputy & Mrs. Paul J. Upman Ohio

Fourth Degree Honor Guard Dennis J. Stoddard Supreme Master

Robert G. “Jerry” O’Connor Vice Supreme Master

Sir Knights of John H. Reddin Province

Musicians Dr. Peter J. Latona, Director of Music Neil F. Ewachiw & Matthew Mueller, Cantors Members of the Choir of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception

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SUPREME OFFICERS Carl A. Anderson Supreme Knight Bishop William E. Lori Supreme Chaplain Charles E. Maurer Jr. Supreme Treasurer Francisco R. Gomez Supreme Warden

Dennis A. Savoie Deputy Supreme Knight John A. Marrella Supreme Advocate Virgil C. Dechant Past Supreme Knight

SUPREME DIRECTORS Edward J. Mullen Weston, Connecticut Frederick J. Abraham Jr. Vancouver, Washington Robert F. Cayea Windsor, Ontario

Dennis J. Stoddard Jacksonville, Florida Thomas P. Smith Jr. Branford, Connecticut John P. Wainscott Sandy, Utah

David A. Bellendier Marion, Iowa

Ronald B. White Eldersburg, Maryland

Yves Duceppe La Prairie, QuĂŠbec

Logan T. Ludwig Bolingbrook, Illinois

Michael J. O’Connor Frackville, Pennsylvania

Thomas M. Wegener Lansing, Michigan

Javier S. Martinez Missouri City, Texas Daniel J. Baker Villa Rica, Georgia Michael G. Conrad Fort Calhoun, Nebraska

Reginald F. Beckett Haddon Heights, New Jersey Alonso L. Tan Quezon City, Philippines Michael T. Gilliam Peace Valley, Missouri

Paul J. Lambert Madison, South Dakota

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FATHER MICHAEL J. McGIVNEY MEMORIAL CHALICE In 1990, to commemorate the centennial of Father Michael J. McGivney’s death, the Knights of Columbus Board of Directors commissioned a memorial chalice. The chalice was crafted by Giansanti Artistic Jewelers, a prestigious jewelry concern in Rome, Italy. The 18-karat, solid-gold chalice features a node in the form of a globe that depicts the Old and New Worlds, signifying that Christopher Columbus brought the faith from Europe on his voyage of discovery and evangelization in 1492. A medallion at the base of the chalice bears the likeness of Father McGivney. First used at the Memorial Mass during the 108th Supreme Convention in San Antonio, Texas, the McGivney Chalice is used at major Orderwide liturgies. Most notably, the McGivney Chalice was used by Pope John Paul II during the Papal Mass co-sponsored by the Order and the Diocese of Brooklyn in 1995. Under the base of the chalice is the emblem of the Order and the inscription: The Knights of Columbus commissioned this chalice to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the death of its founder, Father Michael J. McGivney, August 14, 1990. 42


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The Knights of Columbus is grateful to Father Juan-Diego Brunetta, O.P., Chairman of the Liturgy Committee; Dr. Peter J. Latona; and all those who contributed to the beauty of this liturgy. Excerpts from the Lectionary for Mass for Use in the Dioceses of the United States of America Copyright 1970, 1986, 1992, 1998, 2001 Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, Inc., Washington, D.C. All rights reserved. No part of this work may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by an information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the copyright owner. The Kyrie, Sanctus and Agnus Dei are from Franz Schubert’s Deutche Messe © GIA Publishing, OneLicense.net E-802250. Used with permission. All rights reserved. How Lovely is Your Dwelling Place by Jan M. Vermulst © World Library Publications. Copied under License No. AL0708861. All rights reserved. Come, My Way, My Truth, My Life tune © Stainer & Bell Publishing. All rights reserved. The mosaics featured in the program are the work of Father Marko Rupnik, S.J., and the Centro Aletti Workshop, and are located in the Holy Family Chapel in the Knights of Columbus headquarters in New Haven, Connecticut.

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