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Fr. Lutz Message for June 25, 2017 - 12th Sunday in OT (A)
 

Fr Lutz Reflection for June 25, 2017 - 12th Sunday in OT (A)

Dear Friends in Christ,

        We are talking here about witnessing our faith in Jesus Christ; or, our failure to witness our faith in Jesus, the Son of God, which is the same as denial of our faith in him ... something to think about. A long time ago when I was young, I never wanted to argue about faith or politics. I guess I was afraid of being proven wrong, or maybe it was because I didn't have knowledge nor opinions about faith or politics to make arguable points. At any rate, I must confess that I was afraid to argue. That is probably why I went through life as a meek and mild kind of guy not wanting to be proven wrong in anything. When I think about that, I feel there are many like that out there who were afraid to witness to their faith. Maybe that is the reason why many of our children are not motivated to witness to faith either. Something to think about.  I can't believe I'll be celebrating 30 years of witnessing my faith in Jesus Christ as a priest of the Rockford Diocese, especially since I was ordained at the age of 59.  Read on ... (The Attachment).

Fr Lutz Message for June 18, 2017 - Body and Blood of Christ (A)
 

Fr Lutz Reflection for June 18, 2017 - The Body and Blood of Christ - (A)

Dear Friends in Christ,

In an affluent society basic food such as bread and water is no problem. However, for many people in the world it still is. Thus, they can understand better than we do that it is a sign of love and care when God intervenes to feed his people. For them, water and bread are a question of life and death. But we are often hungry and thirsty for other values than sustenance of physical life. In a depersonalized society we suffer from absence where there should be presence. We hunger and thirst for companionship, love, concern, mercy, and respect which are no problems in the great family of primitive people.  Read on ... (The Attachment).

Fr. Joe  Lutz

 

Elected/Selected Officers for 2017-18 Fraternal Year
 

Faithful Sir Knights,

The following SK’s were elected/selected as Officers, for the 2017-18 Fraternal Year, at the May 16 meeting.

Friar - Fr. Jim Canova

Navigator - SK Ty Simmons

Captain - SK Tim Higgs

Pilot - SK Jason Lynch

Inner Sentinel  - SK Chuck Lewis

Outer Sentinel - SK John Kunkel 

Year 1 Trustee - SK Leroy (Bud) Howatt

Year 2 Trustee - SK Tim Cooper

Year 3 Trustee - SK Don Galloy

Purser - SK Tim Lyons

Scribe -  SK Bill Dugan

 

Comptroller - SK Jim Palicka  ( Appointed )

Admiral - SK Don Galloy  ( Appointed )

Color Corps Commander SK Troy Gower (Appointed)