RELICS OF ST. DAMIEN AND ST. MARIANNE
The Archdiocese of NY is sponsoring a tour of the relics of
St. Damien and St. Marianne.
The locations and dates are:
Friday - 9/27 St Joseph's Dunwoodie 5pm-9pm
Saturday - 9/28 Hunter College Bible Summit 8am-5pm
Sunday - 9/29 St Patrick's Cathedral: Cardinals Mass at 10:15am
Color corps has been requested by the Cardinal and Supreme;
Swords - TBD. - Color Corps - Please contact the Master of the 2nd NY District Gerard Moriarity @ firstname.lastname@example.org if you are able to attend, and which sessions you will be attending.
2019 NEW YORK CITY COLUMBUS DAY PARADE
The New York State Council will be participating in the 2019 Columbus Day Parade. The annual Columbus Day parade, the largest celebration of Italian-American heritage and culture in the United States, will take place on Monday, October 14, 2019, beginning at 11:30 a.m.
Our State Deputy, Wally Wych has requested and invited all Knights, Columbiettes, Squires, and Ladies Auxiliaries to join us and show pride as we march up 5th Avenue from 44th Street to 72nd Street.as a Unified Body of Catholic Men and Women.
Our Line-Up Location has not been determined yet. Anyone interested in Marching in this year's parade, please contact Joe Peluso via email at email@example.com or via cell 917-623-0711.
Color corps has also been requested with Swords. - Color Corps - Please contact the Master of the 2nd NY District Gerard Moriarity @ firstname.lastname@example.org if you will be attending.
2019 NEW YORK CITY VETERAN'S DAY PARADE
The New York State Council will be participating in the 2019 Veteran's Day Parade.
State Deputy Wally Wych invites and encourages all to March with us and show our support and gratitude to all those who served our country proudly and faithfully in the United States Armed Forces. We will be marching as a unified body of proud Catholics as we show our support and appreciation t those who served.
The parade will occur on Monday, November 11 (Veterans Day), rain or shine. This year, the Parade will start at 12:00 Noon (at the conclusion of the Opening Ceremony, see below) and concludes around 3:30pm. It will be immediately preceded by a youth tribute march that will start at 11:05 AM.
The parade goes north on Fifth Avenue, from 26th to 46th Street. The route is 1.2 miles, and takes approximately 30 ~ 35 minutes.
The parade is preceded by our traditional Opening Ceremony inside Madison Square Park (24th Street & Fifth Avenue). The ceremony begins at 11:00 am and begins with a moment of silence to commemorate the precise moment of the Armistice that ended World War I (the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month). The ceremony ends just before 12:00 noon with the laying of wreaths at the Eternal Light monument. Limited seating is available at the opening ceremony, with preference given to our disabled and elderly veterans.
For More Information Please Contact:
MARCHERS PLEASE CONTACT
Color corps has also been requested with Swords.
COLOR CORPS PLEASE CONTACT
District Master - 2nd NY District