Service – Outreach
The Knights of Columbus are an international Catholic men’s fraternal organization. Only practical Catholic men, in good standing with the Catholic Church, 18 years and older can join. We are dedicated to corporal works of mercy in the service of God and our neighbor.
The Blessed Sacrament Council works to follow the example of our founder Father Michael J. McGivney who started the order to provide for the widows and orphans of it’s members. Our primary function aside from supporting the Church and defending our faith is raising money and providing services to aid other needs in our community. Some of those functions and needs are:
Outward Sign – financial & knight power
Lake Hill School for the Handicapped – financial & handicapped wheelchairs
Building Block Ministry – financial and bingo for the handicapped clients
Baby Bottle Boomerang – financial for the JMJ Pregnancy Support Center
Cornerstone Hospice House – financial
Greater Clermont Cancer Foundation – financial
Morning Star – financial
Special Olympics – financial
Thanksgiving Dinner for those in need cooked and served by Knights
Provided Thanksgiving meals to Santo Toribio Roma Mission and Lake Hill School
Lenten meal for parishioners
Financial and physical support for parish projects
Catholic gifts (bibles, etc.) for the children receiving sacraments
Families in need
Many Knights serve as Pastoral Lay Ministers in support of the Church
Lead a Family Rosary service prior to our meetings each month.
Our principals are Charity, Unity, Fraternity, and Patriotism. Most men who join remain members for life. If you are interested in serving your church and community contact us:
Leo Brand SKLB1444@GMAIL.COM 813-624-3889
Karl Grabowski 973-687-2716
This ministry is comprised of caring and prayerful parishioners, committed to bringing the Body of Christ and the Word of God to those unable to join their faith community at the Table of the Lord. They visit local nursing homes, assisted living centers, the hospital, homes of the sick and shut-in, and the Mike Conley Hospice House by scheduled weekly arrangement.
If you can use a telephone, then you can serve on the praise and petition prayer line. This ministry provides a network of support for anyone who is in need of prayers or who wants to offer thanksgiving for prayers answered.
The Prison Ministry goes to the Lake Correctional Facility in Clermont every Tuesday to minister to the inmates. Tuesday is known as Catholic Tuesday among the inmates. Bible Study, using the Great Adventure Time Line (Salvation History), is a weekly activity from 9:00am to 11:00am. A Eucharistic service is done on Tuesday between 1:00 pm and 3:30 pm. Once a month a mass is celebrated at the prison by one of the priests in our parish. RCIA preparations are given to those who wish to receive the sacraments or want to become a Catholic. Spiritual guidance and counseling are also given. We fulfill what Jesus said in the Beatitudes: I was in prison and you visited me.
The Prison Ministry goes to the Lake Correctional Facility in Clermont every Tuesday to minister to the inmates. RCIA preparations are given to those who wish to receive the sacraments or want to become a Catholic. Spiritual guidance and counseling are also given. We fulfill what Jesus said in the Beatitudes: I was in prison and you visited me.
Motivated by the life of St. Thérése of the Child Jesus, St. Thérése Circle women are dedicated to making a difference in our parish community through our Small Acts of Love that make a big difference. The Giving Angel Christmas Tree and Rosary Making Ministry are two of the service activities for St. Thérése Circle. We find our mission through scripture; 2 Corinthians 5:14, For the love of Christ impels us!
This womens group is ideally designed for the women of our parish who can meet once a month in the evening. Activities and meetings offer spiritual enrichment, fellowship and service.