2003-05-09 / Community

Knights Of Columbus Hold Communion Breakfast

Knights Of Columbus Hold Communion Breakfast


Rev. Jim Dunne with members of Rockaway Council #2672 Columbiettes on St. Camillus’ steps.Rev. Jim Dunne with members of Rockaway Council #2672 Columbiettes on St. Camillus’ steps.

The Rockaway Council #2672 Knights of Columbus celebrated their Seventy-Fifth Annual Corporate Communion Breakfast on April 27.

It commenced with the 10:30 a.m. Mass at St. Camillus Church. The Mass was concelebrated by Pastor Rev. James Dunne, Associate Pastor Rev. Fred Marano, and the 55-year Chaplain of the Rockaway Council Msgr. William F. Burke, who is celebrating his sixtieth anniversary of his ordination as a Roman Catholic priest.

The Knights and guests then marched to the Council Hall, escorted by the 100 Precinct, Knights of Columbus Stephan B. Moylin, Fourth Degree Honor Award, the A.O.H. Tyrone Pipe Band.

Special awards were presented to two Knights for their extraordinary service to the Council and the Knights of Columbus organization.


The ordained guests (left to right) Rev. James Devine, Msgr. William F. Burke, and Rev. Peter Rayder.The ordained guests (left to right) Rev. James Devine, Msgr. William F. Burke, and Rev. Peter Rayder.

The Knight Of The Year Award for Outstanding Service went to Treasurer Frank Mullen.

The 2672 Service Award for Distinctive Service went to William Mahoney.


Stephan B. Moylin, Fourth Degree Honor Guard, escorting marchers to Council.Stephan B. Moylin, Fourth Degree Honor Guard, escorting marchers to Council.Knight Of The Year Frank Mullen flanked by Grand Knight Larry Kelly and Deputy Grand Knight Jim Hurley.Knight Of The Year Frank Mullen flanked by Grand Knight Larry Kelly and Deputy Grand Knight Jim Hurley.

Service Award recipient William Mahon­ey (right) with Grand Knight Larry Kelly (left).Service Award recipient William Mahon­ey (right) with Grand Knight Larry Kelly (left).

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