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Assembly 100 Stepping Up During the COVID-19 pandemic

Check out the article from the 6/12/20 special Knightline edition from Supreme. Faithful Navigator was interviewed about how Assembly 100 and St. Matthew Council 14360 went to work on helping the community during the pandemic.

Honoring Our Veterans

On Friday, January 17th, we honored 15 members of our Assembly who are veterans at our Inaugural Veterans Recognition Dinner. 2 of those Vets are from WWII. Each Veteran received certificate and a gift from the Assembly. Thanks to SK’s Giuseppe Pampena and Scott Criscuolo for helping FN George Ribellino with organizing the event. A …

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Bringing Christmas Cheer to our Veterans

A rewarding day delivering Christmas presents to our veterans at the VA Hospital in West Haven.  Our Assembly joined Assembly 107 who started this beautiful tradition 27 years ago.  It was so beautiful to see the smiles on the patients faces as Santa, his Knights and families delivered gifts and greetings.  It is an honor …

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Greater Norwalk Knights of Columbus Councils/Assembly 100 hold Annual Coats for Kids Event

Coat Distribution Event’s Record Response Demonstrates Community Need Norwalk, Conn. – More than 220 brand new and 75 gently used winter coats were distributed during the Knights of Columbus Coats for Kids event held this year at Family & Children’s Agency (FCA) on November 23, 2019. This event helps keep kids warm over the winter months by providing this necessity, …

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Assembly 100 Honors Those that served in Honor of Veterans Day

Bishop Fenwick Assembly 100 takes pride every year in honoring those who served our country defending our freedom and way of life here in the United States of America. The Assembly took part in 3 great events in honor of our Vets. On Friday, November 8, Assembly members FN George Ribellino, Captain Scott Criscuolo, Pilot …

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Assembly 100 Memorializes Deceased Members at Annual Memorial Mass

On Wednesday, November 6, 2019, Assembly 100 honored the memory of our deceased Knights over the last year at Our Lady of Fatima Church in Wilton.  Faithful Friar Father-Reginald Norman delivered a moving homily.  A roll call of our fallen Knights were read and Faithful Navigator George Ribellino it candles in memory of our Brothers. …

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13 New Members for Assembly 100 Exemplified in Bridgeport on Sunday, October 20, 2019

Bridgeport-Bishop Fenwick Assembly 100 welcomed 13 new members after they were made Sir Knights in the 4th Degree at the Fall 4th Degree Exemplification on Sunday, October 20, 2019 at St. Andrew in Bridgeport. In total 63 new Sir Knights were exemplified in the CT District of the Bishop Healy Province. Great job by the …

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Never Forget: Knights of Columbus Bishop Fenwick Assembly 100 honors those lost on 9-11-01

NORWALK, Conn. — In a solemn ceremony held at Notre Dame Health & Rehabilitation Center in Norwalk on Saturday, September 7th members of Knights of Columbus Bishop Fenwick Fourth Degree Assembly were joined by their families as well as residents and staff of Notre Dame at a special Mass in remembrance of those who lost their lives eighteen years …

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Bishop Fenwick Assembly 100 in the beloved regalia for the last time

On June 30, 2019, 65 members of the Knights of Columbus donned the iconic feathered chapeaus and capes one last time. The Supreme Knights of Columbus have discarded the ceremonial capes and plumed chapeaus of its fourth-degree members as of July 1, 2019. The Knights had traveled from different councils and assemblies throughout the state …

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Assembly 100 participates in the Annual Flag Placing event and Shea McGrath Ceremony in Norwalk

Norwalk-KofC Bishop Fenwick Assembly 100 was so honored to be a part of the Annual Flag placing at St John Cemetery.   Thanks King Industries for sponsoring the event.  Hundreds of people met at St. Johns Cemetery Saturday to lay flags on grave sites and remember those who have helped protect our freedom. Volunteers placed flags …

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