Come and join us on Saturday, September 12 as we pray, witness and bike for an end to abuses of human dignity at two locations in Aurora and Naperville.
Our day begins with a Rosary at the Planned Parenthood in Aurora and we will bike all the way to the IVF clinic in Naperville, where we will pray another Rosary for LIFE. Afterwards, we will celebrate life with lunch in downtown Naperville.
Click here to register. There is no cost to attend or bike, but donations will be accepted for the Knights of Columbus Council 1369 Pro-Life Fund.
Jesus, protect and save the unborn!
Knights for Life
Monthly Pro-Life Rosary outside Planned Parenthood, Aurora
7:30 am breakfast
(meet at Pomegranate Cafe, 55 S Commons Dr. Aurora, IL 60504)
9:00 am Rosary and Divine Mercy Chaplet
(join us on the third Saturday of every month!)
Please join me for monthly Pro Life adoration time. It is to be held before our monthly business meeting on the first Tuesday of every month. The time would be 5:30pm-6:00pm. Recently, there are many issues that have come up for our legislators that need our prayer intentions. We should also pray for Christians that are being persecuted in the middle east, the preservation of our religious libertys here at home and for the protection of traditional marriage.
Mark your calendar for Saturday, August 15, 1:30 PM for a day of fun and fellowship.
- NEW LOCATION | the event will be held at Orchard Valley Golf Club in Aurora, a premier Chicagoland golf facility.
- NEW DATE | our outing is one weekend earlier than what has traditionally been the event date.
Friday, July 17th, the White Sox will host the defending AL Champs, the Kansas City Royals. All tickets are offered at a discounted price and $5.00 from every ticket will go to support Special Olympics. There will also be post-game fireworks! Do not pass up this great deal & a chance to make a difference in the lives of the Special Olympians!
2nd Annual Joliet Diocese Catholic Men’s Conference
Saturday, May 30, 2015
Providence High School, New Lenox
The Illinois Lottery and Special Olympics Illinois are proud to announce the first U.S. Lottery game to benefit Special Olympics. Gov. Pat Quinn signed Senate Bill 219 at the 2014 Special Olympics Illinois Summer Games Opening Ceremony on Friday, June 13, 2014, at Illinois State University’s Hancock Stadium in Normal.
“There are few things as inspiring as watching a Special Olympics competition,” said Gov. Quinn. “The athletes’ cheerful determination can brighten anyone’s day. With this Lottery ticket, we are returning the favor by helping more of these competitors realize their Olympic dreams.”
Sponsors of Senate Bill 219 creating include: Sen. Mattie Hunter (D-Chicago), Sen. Bill Cunningham (D-Chicago) and Reps. Fran Hurley (D-Chicago) and Dan Burke (D-Chicago).
The new game will provide funds for training and competition programs that benefit more than 21,000 Special Olympics athletes in Illinois from all 102 Illinois counties. These funds will also allow for the organization to continue transforming lives. The Lottery ticket will help Special Olympics Illinois offer increased participation for eligible athletes in the state as well as pursue additional national and international opportunities for their existing athletes.
New money generated from the Lottery game will not be used for administrative expenses.
“We are incredibly grateful for this new initiative that will allow Special Olympics Illinois to continue transforming the lives of both current and future generations of Special Olympics athletes. Funds raised from this game will lead to further innovation and program growth, and expand opportunities for individuals with intellectual disabilities, their families and volunteers throughout Illinois,” said Dave Breen, Special Olympics Illinois President & CEO.
Specialty games like the Special Olympics Illinois ticket personify the heart and soul of the Lottery. The Special Olympics Illinois ticket will be offered as part of a rotating schedule of special Lottery instant games that benefit unique causes and will be available in February 2015 at Illinois Lottery retailers throughout the state.