Knights of Columbus
Council 10884 - Itasca

551 N. Rush Street

Itasca, Illinois 60143

knights@stpeteritasca.com

  • Wix Facebook page

OFFICERS

Ralph Fortino, Grand Knight           

Hugo Cabadas, Deputy Grand Knight           Fr. Larry Brunette, Chaplain           

 

Frank Vale, Financial Secretary              

Nick Alfano, Chancellor         

Mike CumminsProgram Director        

Michael Blackburn, Recorder                    

Phil Hatke, Treasurer

 

Bill Kolf, Advocate

 

Tom Kryger, Trustee

Mel Gerard, Trustee

Jim Ferenzi, Warden

 

Mike Fink, Lecturer

Tom Sepka, Inside Guard

Ed Rossi, Outside Guard

Ron Metty, District Deputy

 


The Knights of Columbus is the largest Catholic Fraternal Organization in the world with over 1.7 million members. St. Peter the Apostle's council has close to 100 members and operates under the guiding principles of charity, unity, fraternity and patriotism. We operate locally, but support community and national causes, such as disaster relief, coats for kids, the Tootsie Roll drive for the intellectually disabled, and the baby bottle campaign for Women’s Choice Services. 
 

 

 

upcoming events

Parish Calendar

Click below to view all upcoming parish events.

Weekly Tuesday Rosary

Every Tuesday at 7:00 pm (Rosary begins at 7:15pm)

Join the Rosary group as they gather outside near the Blessed Virgin Mary statue to pray the Rosary every Tuesday evening. Plan to arrive at 7:00pm to allow sufficient time to set up and begin praying at 7:15pm. If you will need to sit, please bring your own chair.

Attendees are invited to lead one of the decades if comfortable and moved to do so. Bring your Rosary, your personal intentions and your voice. Invite friends and be a part of this beautiful and powerful gift of prayer.

 

In the event of inclement weather, the group will gather in the church. Please visit the parish website to review Guidelines to be observed. Assistance with cleaning will also be needed once concluded.

The Tuesday Evening Rosary booklet will be available to follow along on screen during the session; however, if you would like to print a copy, you can download the booklet HERE.

During these trying and difficult times, everyone is encouraged to continue praying the Rosary daily for personal intentions and comfort, as well for a resolution and end to the Coronavirus pandemic currently affecting the world.
 

The Rosary is a beautiful and powerful gift of prayer with which our Catholic faith has been blessed.

Please reload

©2017 by St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church, Itasca, Illinois. Proudly created with Wix.com