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John Hitt, the Faith Director for the Tennessee Knights of Columbus and a parishioner at St. Albert Church in Knoxville, addresses a meeting about the Knights' Sons of McGivney Evangelization and Discipleship Training Program. The meeting for the state's District Deputies was held in Nashville on Saturday, June 18.

Knights evangelization program embraces order’s first mission  

‘We’re on a journey to get to heaven’

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Read more about the article Eucharist can give us strength to change the world, bishop says
Bishop J. Mark Spalding led a Eucharistic procession after the 11 a.m. Mass at the Cathedral of the Incarnation in Nashville on Sunday, June 19, the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ, also referred to as Corpus Christi. The processions at the Cathedral and at other churches in the diocese were the first step in the national Eucharistic Revival that has been launched by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.

Eucharist can give us strength to change the world, bishop says

‘I nourish myself at the gift of the sacrifice of Christ at this altar, the very gift of himself’

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Read more about the article Knights’ gift continues mission to help those with intellectual disabilities 
Knights of Columbus from Council 9132 at Our Lady of the Lake Church in Hendersonville and Council 10010 at St. John Vianney Church in Gallatin donated $125,000 to the Hand In Hand Options program at Pope John Paul II Preparatory School. The money was left over after the disbanding of Sumner Special Housing, Inc., the non-profit agency the councils created to provide housing for adults with intellectual disabilities. Kim Shaver, director of the Hand In Hand Optiions program, talks to members of the Sumner Special Housing Board of Directors.

Knights’ gift continues mission to help those with intellectual disabilities 

$125,000 donation largest ever for HIHO program at Pope Prep

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Read more about the article Mercy Sister Ann Francis enjoyed 82 years of religious life  
Mercy Sister Ann Francis Henkel celebrated her 100th birthday, on Aug. 21, 2021. On Sunday, Aug. 22, she sat outside the entrance of the Mercy Convent in Nashville as a caravan of relatives drove by to wish her a happy birthday.

Mercy Sister Ann Francis enjoyed 82 years of religious life  

Former teacher, principal, librarian dies at 100

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