Bishop F. Richard Spencer, Auxiliary Bishop of Archdiocese for the Military Services presided the Confirmation Mass at JEB Little Creek Chapel, Virginia Beach, VA.
Honor Guards included: FCapt Joe Burns, Frank Green, FN Ted Quinter, CCC Wayne Phelps, Earl Reid, Stan Schnell, and Robert James.
Chalice Ceremony and Honor Guard were provided at Hollomon-Brown Funeral Home, Princess Anne Chapel & Crematory on 11/21/2022 by:
- FN Ted Quinter – HG
- FCapt Joe Burns – Poet
- Dave Wemhoff – Navigator
- Glenn Rodriguez – Chalice Bearer
- Frank Green – HG
- Stan Schnell – HG
- Steve Zeeryp – HG
- Dan Shaunessy – Lector
- CCC Wayne Phelps – Commander
Honor Guard was provided for funeral service at Saint Luke Catholic Church on 11/22/2022 by:
- FN Ted Quinter
- Glenn Rodriguez
- Steve Zeeryp
- Stan Schnell
- CCC Wayne Phe...
The Special Olympians showed immense appreciation for the Color Corps presentation of Colors and for Honor Guards at the lighting of the torch.
Color Corps members included the following:
- State Deputy Pat Rowland (and other State Council Staff)
- District Marshal of VA – Tidewater North Terry Fairman (Assembly 2184)
- ASSEMBLY 1162 – FATHER MATTHEW J O’KEEFE, NORFOLK, VA – two SK’s
- ASSEMBLY 2184 – FATHER JOHN P WASHINGTON, YORKTOWN, VA – FN Randy Vis
- ASSEMBLY 2588 – FATHER MICHAEL J MCGIVNEY, ...
Honor Guard support for Bishop Knestout Mass and Holy Family Church Sanctuary Renovation Dedication on 10/20/2022 provided by our Sir Knights:
Joe Burns, FCapt
Wayne Phelps, CCC
Ted Quinter, FN
The Most Reverend Barry C. Knestout, Bishop of the Diocese of Richmond, celebrated Mass at St. Stephen, Martyr Roman Catholic Church (SSMRCC) on October 22nd. The Bishop was there for a ground breaking of a parish expansion project and to officially install their new priest, Father Charles “The Giant” Ssebalamu. Our very own SK Bob James was there to support All Saints Assembly 2185.
The Fr. Habets Assembly #1505 March 2021 Newsletter can be downloaded here:The Flag, Sword, and Cross Newsletter – April 2021
Brother Sir Knights,
Leadership of the Assembly met last week and unanimously agreed to cancel this year’s fish fries. This decision did not come easily, but ultimately CDC guidance, Commonwealth rules, and the desire to keep everyone safe trumped the need for fraternal activity and the service we provide during Lent. Positive cases are on the rise, and the mutations are spreading, so in the leadership’s opinion the risks far exceed the benefits of doing the fish fries.
We will continue to ...