In Service to One. In Service to All.

Welcome to the Huron, Ohio Knights of Columbus,  St. Edward Council 5023

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I was listening to the gospel recently about Jesus telling the parable of the talents. He tells us how there once was a rich man who went into a far country, but before leaving, he left all his belongings to his servants for them to look after and trade with. To one he gave five talents, to another two, and to another just one, to each according to his ability.A talent was worth about six thousand pence, and in the Gospel a penny is mentioned as a day's wage for a laborer. So even the servant who received the least (just one talent) still received an enormous sum of money. The first lesson of this parable is that we have received immeasurable benefits from God and we need to constantly thank him for all the gifts he has given us, life, family, our intellect, our friends and everything else. The second is that we need to use all those talents that God has given us, both for his benefit and for the benefit of all those around us. We need to make sure not to squander and bury our talents by avoiding others and only doing things for our own interests. As Knights of Columbus, it is all of our responsibilities to use each our talents charitably, developing and using them for the benefit of others. What better way to do that than through this great Catholic organization that espouses Charity for others as it's chief aim and virtue!
Your Brother in Christ, Steven Balcerzak
Welcome New Brother Knights!
We are honored to announce Craig Wolf and Mike Buttermore have joined the Knights of Columbus !
Congratulations to Larry Engel for making his 2nd and 3rd Degree in November 
December Awards
Knight of the Month is John Doyle for all the charitable work he does 
Lady of the Month is Kim Vacca
In His Honor