Knights of Columbus Spiritual Reflection – A talk on Suffering during COVID-19

The Knights of Columbus presents a Spiritual Reflection – a talk on suffering during COVID-19  Sat., Nov. 7th 8:30 – noon at St. Benedict’s Church and online via WebEx. Speakers include Dr. Ken Bryson, Father. Anthony Eboh, and Deacon Lyle LaLonge.

The physical event location will be held at:

St. Benedict’s Church

1011 Oak Ave. Sarnia, ON N7S 1J4

To attend please register in advance here:

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Please note space is limited as a result of COVID-19. Face masks are required for the entire session.

To view the event online or over the phone via WebEx visit:

Use the contact form to obtain a password.

Peruvian Beef Seco Stew Takeout Fundraiser

The Knights of Columbus 1429 will be hosting a Peruvian Beef Seco Stew Takeout Fundraiser at Our Lady of Mercy Hall on Saturday, Sept. 26, between 3-7 pm. All proceeds benefit Sarnia’s local food banks. Tickets are $13. Summer might have come to an end, but warm-up your stomach while filling others.

Pickup location:

Our Lady of Mercy Hall (390 Christina St N, Sarnia ON N7T 5V9) ‪

Sat. Sept 26, 2020. 3:00 – 7:00pm.
Pick up only.

We will be serving a traditional Beef Seco Stew, seasoned with Amarillo sauce, mixed vegetables and some Peruvian flair served with a seasoned side of steamed rice. Orders must be placed in advance. Orders can be placed online at:

Orders can be made by calling 226-776-4993 (for those without internet access).

For more information about the event, visit:

San Rocco Festival

As in years past, William E. Prentice Council 1429 continues its support of this very important festival each year. Seen leading the procession through the streets around our home base at Our Lady of Mercy church, is Deacon Lyle LaLonge. Representing the Council were Sean Jesso, Maria and Jim Leliveld and David Rodrigues.

Stuff the Bus BBQ Fundraiser – 06 July

Working hard to Stuff the Bus, several Knights cooked for store goers at Food Basics to help fill two Sarnia Transit buses with non-perishable food items to be passed along to the Salvation Army and the St. Vincent de Paul Society.

Shoppers responded enthusiastically by donating generously, especially badly needed items like diapers, toilet paper, feminine products, canned fruit and peanut butter.

Over 12,200 pounds of food was collected for the Salvation Army and St. Vincent de Paul Society, far surpassing last year’s total of about 10,000 pounds.

The two agencies will also share $1,667 in cash donations.