Friday, April 16th
1.) Upcoming Council meeting. If you have not yet completed the doodle poll to set next week's meeting for elections, especially if you are running for an officer position, please complete that here. Note that you must be current on dues to attend and participate. The two options are Tuesday (April 20th) and Wednesday (April 21st).
2.) Novena and Social for Pope Benedict XVI. The Novena Prayer for the Pope is posted on our weblog (below) and we encourage everyone to please pray it. Also, in honor of His Holiness' 83rd Birthday, Bro. James Card is organizing an outing tonight at 7pm to Jacob Wirth (31 Stuart St., Boston Theatre District); please email him (lubeltri [at] gmail.com) if interested. This social is open to everyone and we encourage you to bring along friends, prospective members, girlfriends, etc.
Saturday, April 17th
3.) Boston Catholic Men's Conference. The Men's Conference is this Saturday at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross. Tickets are still available at the door and more information is located on the Conference website. The Supreme Office will have tables to promote the Order, and the State Council is hosting a First Degree Exemplification at 2:30pm, so please help spread the word. A number of our own Brothers are volunteering at the Conference; if you'd like to join us, please email Worthy Grand Knight Juan Carmona (carmona [at] fas.harvard.edu).
Sunday, April 18th
4.) St. Joseph Society: Lunch and Rosary. This Sunday at 1pm we will gather at 2 Peabody Terrace, No. 614 to have lunch and launch the spring series of our St. Joseph Society (SJS), the Council's major catechetical group. We will listen to a pre-recorded talk on the importance of the Holy Rosary by Fr. John Corapi, SOLT [Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity]. A video about his powerful conversion story is posted here. After the talk, we will pray the Rosary and set the next SJS meeting. All SJS events are open to friends and prospective members, we only ask that you please RSVP (carmona [at] fas.harvard.edu) to ensure enough food.