Into the Breach

Join us for an 8 week small group study for men. This video series is based on “Into the Breach”

  • an Apostolic Exhortation for Catholic men written by Bishop Thomas Olmsted of the Diocese of
    Phoenix. Bishop Olmsted calls men to something better, something great. Here, men will find a
    sure guide for stepping into the moral and cultural breach.
    Each week we will watch a short video, followed by group discussion, reflection, goals for
    spiritual growth, and prayer. The cost of the program covers your study guide and light
    refreshments each week.
    This program is presented by the Knights of Columbus, Council 9715, and is open to all men.
    Cost: $5
    Dates: Thursdays – 9/29 – 11/17
    Time: 7:00pm – 8:30pm
    To Register – Call Jim @ 610-390-9888 or Email

Pancake Breakfast is Back!!

Please come join us on Sunday, January 16 – 7:30AM to 11:30AM – Enjoy Sunday Breakfast with family and fellow parishioners! Pancakes, Omelets made to order, Scrambled Eggs, Bacon, Sausage, Home Fries, “Chefs-own” Specialty Waffles, Fruit, Juice, Donuts, Beverages -sounds like home! – Father Doyle Social Hall –Eat well and support the Knights’ worthy causes.  Adults $8.00, children $4.00 and our special “Family Pricing”, a family of 4 or more just $24.00. Veterans eat free!  The best breakfast for price, food and fellowship in town!

Dont’ Worry, Retire Happy

Doyle Council Photo
Dear Brother Knights:
“Don’t Worry, Retire Happy! Seven Steps to Retirement Security” is your guide to straight-forward retirement planning in uncertain times. In this presentation, Tom Hegna will simplify the retirement journey with his seven steps to retirement security. Learn how to make a trouble-free plan for retirement with a solid foundation to build on for future generations. Avoid living a just-in-case retirement and enjoy the fruits of your labor! Whether you are a late starter with your retirement planning or you have significant savings, this presentation outlines how to make the most from the least with the smallest amount of risk.
In order to register, please click on the link below and follow the instructions: Hope to see you participate in the seminar!
Stay Healthy and Well!

AnthonyAnthony J. RosatoGrand KnightFather John E. Doyle Council #9715


The following letters were received prior to the September 2020 council meeting:

In the spring of 2019, the Father Doyle Council approved a donation to help Moira Hopkins complete a missionary trip in Africa this past summer.  Attached is her letter of appreciation.


Moira Hopkins Thank You


2020 Awards Ceremony

We held a special Mass and had a modified awards ceremony on Tuesday, June 23, 2020. The following people were honored for their contributions during the past year:


Outgoing president, Wendy Kelley thanks Stacy Ray for her past contributions and for taking on the responsibilities of President. Many thanks to Wendy for her outstanding service as the Auxiliary’s first President.

Mary Lou Rossi was awarded the “Above and Beyond” award for her assitance with so many activities.



For consistently contributing above and beyond the call, Ed Drach was named Knight of the Year for 2020.

Pete Makarichev and Dave Winder were awarded Outstanding Service awards for consistently going above and beyond the call of duty in service to the Council.

Our Rookie of the Year Award was presented to Kevin Rossi, who stepped in to serve as Outside Guard in addition to helping out at numerous activities during his first year.

The Family of the Year Award was given to the Adinolfis: Rob, Catherine and family.

In memory: Lou Pauzano

Louis V. “Skip” Pauzano, 88, of Lansdale, died Sunday November 17, 2019 at Gwynedd Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center, Lansdale. He was the beloved husband of Anna M. (Pata) Pauzano for 63 years.  Born June 17, 1931 in Philadelphia, he was the son of the late Louis A. and Angelina (Manzo) Pauzano.
He served in the United States Army during the Korean War.
He worked for many years in sales with the former Standard Pipe and Supply and the former BBL Company. He was a member of Corpus Christi Catholic Church, Lansdale and was a 4th Degree Knight of Columbus.
Surviving with his wife are sons, Steven Pauzano, wife Nancy of Glenolden, and Robert Pauzano of Lansdale; grandchildren, Nick Pauzano, Joseph Pauzano, Christina Carr, and Angelina Pauzano; and niece, Jo Ann Prego. He was predeceased by his daughter-in-law Pamela Pauzano and a sister, Frances Frizziola.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105.