Council 184 Wolverhampton

Brother Larry Hartness died on 12th October 2012 and his funeral mass was at South Shields Northumberland on Wednesday 24st October and the Knights of Saint Columba were present from Provence 4 Northumbria representing Provence 18 and Council 184. Many thanks to the Northumbria brothers who attended Larry's requiem mass.


A sum of £25 has been sent to the Beacon Centre for the Blind for five lights on the Christmas Remembrance Tree in memory of deceased council brothers. Carols are sung and Father Duggan who was a past council spiritual advisor reads the service. Brothers also enjoy the company, the coffee, and the mince pies. The event is on Thursday 13th December 2012


The council carried out two collections for Compton Hospice. One on Saturday 13th October at Sainsbury's Perton Store and the other in Wombourne Village on Friday 19th October.


The council has now paid the Head Office and the Provincial dues invoices.


The council was represented at the deceased brothers mass at St Chad's Cathedral on 3rd November 2012. Two brothers attended the annual St Chads old boys mass celebrated by Father Christopher Gay (Brother Maurice Gay's son) on the same day.

A decade of the rosary was said at the meeting as requested by the supreme Knight for life and the sanctity of Christian marriage.


Grand National Draw tickets were distributed at the November meeting, also boxes of eighteen Christmas Cards at £2-50p and 'Keep Christ in Christmas' stickers were available to brothers