JPII important notices
Next Exemplification May 6th Hyannis resort(email FC for costs)
April 6 @7pm St Anthony's church hall Salem St Fitchburg
Snail Mail address is 54 Townsend Rd Ashby Ma 01431
Once members of a council obtain the 4th degree they become members of Saint John Paul ll assembly (as well as maintaining membership in There own council). All members are encouraged to obtain Regalia so they can become fully involved.
Saint John Paul ll Assembly covers the towns of Fitchburg council 15962,Jefferson council 14298 Townsend council 14842 ,Westminster Council 15972 ,Rutland Council 16001, Lunenburg Council 16480 Meeting are held the 1st Thursday of each month at various parishes at 7pm. Membership information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Saint John Paul ll was born Karol Jozef Wojtyla on May 18,1920 in Wadowice Poland. He was Ordained in 1946,and became Bishop of Ombi in 1958,then Archbishop of Krakow in 1964. He was made a Cardinal by Pope Paul VI in 1967, and in 1978 became the first non-Italian pope in more than 400 years. John Paul ll died in Italy in 2005 and was declared a saint in 2014
This years officers
Faithful Navigator SK Roland Vallee Faithful Comptroller SK Brian Mohan Faithful Friar Fr John Dolan
Faithful Captain SK Phil Morand Faithful Admiral SK Thomas Cotter Faithful Purser SK Chris Fappiano
Faithful Pilot SK Wayne Smith Faithful Scribe SK Mike Roy Inner Sentinel SK Paul Croteau
outer Sentinel open Trustee's Sk open SK Jack Coit SK Tim Chernosky
HONOR GUARD COMMANDER SK TIM CHERNOSKY
The triad emblem of the Fourth Degree features the dove, the cross and the globe. The dove, classic symbol of the Holy Spirit and peace, is shown hovering over the orb of the Earth (globe). Both are mounted on a variation of the Crusader's cross, which was found on the tunics and capes of the Crusading knights who battled to regain the Holy Land from the pagans.
Spiritually, the sacred symbols on the emblem typify the union of the Three Divine Persons in one Godhead, the most Blessed Trinity.
The colors of the symbols are:
Red, white and blue are the colors of the flag of the country in which the Knights originated. They are used to stress patriotism, the basic principle of the Fourth Degree.