Read How the Knights of Columbus Supported a Franciscan Sister’s Call

by Sister Julie Ann on July 8, 2009

ss_whyjoin.gif“In service to one. In service to all.” The Knights of Columbus, a fraternal benefit society built on founding principles of charity, unity and fraternity who have ‘been around’ for over 125 years, featured one of the Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity in their latest July Columbia magazine. In this case, they were indeed in service to not just one Franciscan Sister, but in service to the world.

sr-hannah-06.jpgYou’ll want to check out Sister Hannah Johnecheck’s brief article on the back cover of the magazine.  Sister Hannah thanks the Knights for their personal interest in her call as a Sister.

Here’s her reaction to the publication while studying at St. Michael College, Burlington, VT:

I just have to tell you one of the students  in my class carried two Columbia magazines to share with me this morning.  She saw the article and said she was telling her family and friends that she knew me and that I was in her class. It was cute.  Blessings.

What’s your experience with the Knights of Columbus?

2 thoughts on “Read How the Knights of Columbus Supported a Franciscan Sister’s Call”

  1. It is great to share in Sister Hannah’s journey with Jesus as one of our Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity! Having known Sister Hannah since she was in grade school I love to see how she continues to open her life to Jesus’s love and her desire to share that love with all whom she lives and serves!

  2. A Knights of Columbus Hall was the reception of the 25th Anniversary of the Priesthood celebration for Father James Dunfee, a friend of the Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity in Mingo Junction, OH July 5, 2009. Another proof of the dedication and faithfulness of the Knights for all vocations in our Church.

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