St. Elizabeth – St. Brigid Council 11386
• P.O. Box 574 • Peapack, NJ 07977-0574 • (908) 234-1265

First Tuesdays of each month from September through June, 7:00 pm in St. Patrick's Hall beneath St. Brigid Church, 129 Main St, Peapack, NJ (unless otherwise posted).

Everyone is invited to pray the Rosary and pray the Blessed Michael McGivney Novena on Tuesday evenings at 7 PM in St. Brigid Church for the intentions of Msgr. Puleo and all others with cancer. Hosted by our Knights of Columbus council.

Our next Council meeting will be on Tuesday, September 6th, 2022 at 7:30 pm.
Join us to pray the Rosery in St. Brigid Church, then proceed to St. Patrick's Hall.

St. Elizabeth – St. Brigid Council 11386 was founded in 1994 through the efforts of our Charter Members, and is named for the patron saints of our Parish. Our Council works closely with St. Elizabeth – St. Brigid Parish in Far Hills and Peapack-Gladstone, providing leadership and funds for various parish and community projects and activities. Many of our members are also active participants in other parish groups.

Officers for the 2022-23 Columbian Year:

Grand Knight Salvatore J. Picarello
Deputy Grand Knight Gabe Del Virginia
Financial Secretary John L. Sweeney
Chancellor James Kearney
Recorder John Gallagher
Treasurer R. Colin Hickey
Advocate Michael Gomez
Warden John Raftery
Inside Guard John F. Spinda, Sr.
Outside Guard Frank Clancey
Outside Guard Tim Dietrich
Three Year Trustee Michael A. Bielawa
Two Year Trustee Abraham Van Beveren, III
One Year Trustee Ray Goger
Chaplain Rev. Msgr. Edward Puleo

District Deputy (District 64)      James Gallombardo, PGK 11386

Meet Michael McGivney Schachle, the miracle baby who helped make his namesake a Blessed from the Catholic News Agency

If They Say... You Say...
In order for prolifers to change hearts and minds on the abortion issue they must engage those in favor of legal
abortion in civil discussions and compel the pro-abortion side to explain and justify their beliefs. Those in favor of
legal abortion must prove the unborn either aren’t alive, aren’t human beings, or prove even though the unborn are
living human beings they aren’t deserving of protection for some principle reason. Continuously spouting empty
words like “choice,” “reproductive freedom,” and “fundamental rights” are not reasoned arguments. Prolifers need
to push past this rhetoric and challenge the opposition to intelligent, thoughtful discussions.


Prayer for the canonization of the Venerable Michael McGivney

Please pray for the repose of the souls of our deceased Brother Knights of Council 11386.

 Columbia Magazine Online Edition