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Knights of Columbus
Father Frank Colacicco
Council 4060 - Danville, CA


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Announcing:  Annual Council 4060 Appreciation Dinner June 30, 2024, 6:00 PM

The Dinner is our way to show our appreciation to our wives and families who have supported our Council this year.  We will also be acknowledging our charities assisted by our collective work and the generosity of our parish.

Also, we will need Knights for room set-up room and clean-up afterwards.

Please see the Signup Genius link in Grand Knight Jack Martin's June 12 email (time stamp 11:05 AM) to our membership. 

And Knights will once again be in Danville's annual Independence Day Parade!

See Grand Knight Jack Martin's second June 12 email (time stamp 11:21 AM) for the Signup Genius Link !

The spectacularly beautiful yet reverent three-tablet monument reminding St. Isidore parishioners and visitors of core Catholic principles (God's Ten Commandments, sacredness of human life, and the Beatitudes) was dedicated on Thursday, May 16.  Father Matthew thanked all who had a hand in inspiring the idea for the  monument, funding it, and then placing it.   He then blessed these beautiful tablets to God's purpose.

Knight Ed Indelicato, who led the effort from its inception, himself thanked all involved, including Gabe and Bernadette Moufarrej, Owners of InContro Ristorante.  Gabe also operates a construction company; he arranged for installation of the heavy-duty concrete pads needed to place the monument's granite tablets. 

Bert Morrison (St. Isidore Facilities Manager, who along with his wife Jean also leads the Confirmation program) assisted with the landscaping.  Father Mark and Father Candelario (current Chaplain and immediate past Chaplain to our K of C 4060 Council) were on hand for the dedication.  Thanks, all!

Last photo:  Fr. Mark, Fr. Candelario, Sir Knight Bert Morrison, Fr. Matthew, Sir Knight Ed Indelicato, Gabe Moufarrej, Grand Knight Jack Martin

Thanks also to Ron Cortez for another exciting March Madness Contest!


The Red, Blue, and Gold Dinner on April 19 was also a great success.  Thanks to Elmer Spartz, Jim Fiedler, Dennis Fresquez, Ron Cortez, Grand Knight Jack Martin, and District Deputy Mike Krausnick for their efforts in making this happen!    

And among the other fine works of the Knights Council 4060 is its support of Diocesan charities and special works.  Among the latter: support for seminarians, our wonderful priests in training.  See further below....

The Red, Blue, and Gold Dinner, April 19

Knights of Columbus Assembly 1979 Honor Guard
Jack Martin with First Responder Honorees
Contra Costa Sheriff Honoree
Brendan Barckley with Jack Martin
Jack Martin presents honor for Danville Police Deputy Gregory Drolet, who could not attend.

On May 25th, John Paul Rabago and Juan Carlos Ponce were ordained to the Priesthood by Bishop Barber at Christ the Light Cathedral.  Clicking on picture above should open the YouTube video of the event.  

See our Seminarians page, which also presents the current Oakland Diocesan young men studying for the priesthood.  Our St. Isidore Knights contribute funds to assist in seminarians' preparation.  

General Council Meeting:
Council Meetings ordinarily are held on the 4th Thursday of Every Month.

The Officer meeting is on Thursday, June 20, at 7:00 PM.

The next Council meeting is on Thursday, June 27, 6:30 PM Council officers will be voted upon at this Council meeting! 

Council 4060 Featured at Supreme:

California Knights Give Back

Since 1979, members of the Father Frank Colacicco Council 4060 at St. Isidore Church in Danville, California, have provided food baskets to those in need during the Christmas season season.  An initiative that started with just a few boxes has grown over four decades into a project that provides hundreds of food baskets and wrapped gifts for local families in the Bay Area.


Our Catholic Faith and four core principles inform the good works of the Knights of Columbus:


Among charitable works by our St. Isidore Knights are the many  food baskets  we prepare for needy  families at Christmas time.


None of us alone is as good
as all of us united.  So we stick together in making life better for our parish and our community.


We also cooperate as brother Knights in such fine service opportunities as the East Bay Stand Down (for Veterans).


We are proud of our devotion to God and faithful support of the Church, our Nation, our families -- and allegiance to our Flag.

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March 16, 2024 Crab Feed

March 19, 2023 Bishop's Vocation Dinner 

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