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(L) July 7th, Regent Carol Holllenbeck presents gift from the Court to departing Chaplain, Fr. Tom after his final Mass at Corpus Christi Parish, in honor of his nearly four years of service to CDA Court #330. (R) Treasurer Jan Roth wishes Fr. Tom the best as he shows off his new John Deere Hat, a gift from a parishioner at his reception on July 7th.
Court Officers install Deacon John Pfenning of St. Patrick Church, as new Chaplain of Court St. Anthony #330 on Monday, June 28, 2021. (L) Vice Regent Felicia Davidson, Regent Carol Hollenbeck, Deacon John, Fr. James Ahenkora (Pastor), Angie Shea Recording Secretary and Jan Roth, Treasurer. Welcome Chaplain Deacon John! Thank you and Fr. James for your support!
We have prayed for and supported our Court’s Seminarian for years. Here are some members with him on December 18, 2016. (L) Kathy Carlin, Angie Shea, Rita Hughes and Carol Hollenbeck. We were in Des Moines for an ordination and got to visit with the man who we now WELCOME AS FR. JACOB EPSTEIN! He is assigned to Corpus Christi Parish in Council Bluffs. We will continue to pray for him as he enters his ministry in our community. He told me he will come to a meeting and asked for our continued prayers.
We will also pray for Fr. Max Carson, who is now serving in St. Patrick Parish. We are so blessed by Bishop Joensen to have these two priests here with us. AMEN
Check out our End of Summer Salad Luncheon on August 11th!!
A Prayer for the Sick – please pray with us….
We THANK YOU for the people tasked with studying the nature of the COVID-19 virus and their success in creating vaccines. We are grateful for those who are delivering these medications to the World. We are grateful for the medical warriors who continue to labor in search of bringing comfort and saving lives.
We pray for those afflicted with long term effects and all those who lost their lives due to this pandemic.
Grant us the grace to do our part and work for the good of all and to help those in need. We owe our very existence to your Grace and Provision.
We thank you Father, ahead of time, for all your blessings. We pray in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, Your Son, who lives and reigns with You, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, God forever and ever.
Catholic Daughters of the Americas strives to embrace the principles of faith, working through love in the promotion of justice, equality and the advancement of human rights and human dignity for all.
Unity and Charity
As the largest organization of Catholic women in the Americas and founded through the Knights of Columbus Catholic men’s organization, our purpose is to participate in the religious, charitable and educational Apostlelates of the Church.
Carol Hollenbeck, Regent