Feast of the Annunciation Pro-Life Mass and Banquet with Bishop Daniel Conlon and Father “Rocky” Francis Hoffman from Relevant Radio – Saturday March 24, 2012

The Knights of Columbus will be holding
a Pro Life Mass and Fundraiser Banquet to benefit both
The Waterleaf Women’s Center located in Aurora, IL
and The Father Michael J. McGivney Women’s Center
located in Glenview, IL.

The event will be held at:
Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church
36 N. Ellsworth, Naperville, Illinois 60540

Date: March 24, 2012
Mass will begin at 5:00 pm.
The banquet dinner will follow, starting at 6:30pm.

The main celebrant and speaker for the evening
will be the Bishop of Joliet, Daniel Conlon.
4th degree Knights will provide the honor guard.

The key speaker for the event will be
Father “Rocky” Francis Hoffman of Relevant Radio’s
“Go Ask Your Father”.

Tickets are $50 per person. Bar is included.

Tickets and reservations:

Please email us at KofCProLifeBanquet@gmail.com
or mail your check, payable to The Knights of Columbus to:
Al Knoeck, 1030 E. North Avenue, Naperville, IL 60540.

Please call John Zabinski at 630-747-8439
for further information.

John Zabinski
Blanchette Assembly 3044 Pro-Life Director
Council 1369 Pro Life Director
Knights of Columbus

Seen on the web: Abuse cover up claimed to be going on in Diocese of Joliet?

Reader comment re: Crisis Magazine article on KC Bishop Finn
A victim of recent Diocesan abuse 10/29/2011 11:38 am

The Diocese of Joliet in Illinois is also covering up an abuser is continues to be employed on staff in spite of numerous written and verbal complaints.  No secular organization would allow this person’s behavior to continue more than 5 minutes, yet he has been allowed to continue for over 5 years.

Any staff person attempting to address his sexual, physical, and verbal abuses has been threatened into silence.  Bishop Conlon is at least consistent in his response to this issue, in that he has a long history of coverups in his previous diocese of Stuebenville.


Editor’s note: Does anyone know more about these allegations? If true, this is very serious. If false, calumnious. Either way, it needs to be properly addressed … and quickly! Please let me know.

Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP) not pleased with Bishop Conlon.

“We believe that Bishop Conlon still treats victims with extreme disrespect, still quietly moves priests who have complaints against them to new assignments in unsuspecting communities, and does very little to protect kids,” SNAP Director David Clohessy said in a statement. “It’s a blow to wounded victims, vulnerable kids and caring Catholics to see this promotion.”