Columbiettes

The Columbiettes, an organization of Catholic women dedicated to our Patronesses, Blessed Virgin Mary, St. Theresa the Little Flower and St. Joan of Arc, are comprised of affiliated Auxiliaries of the Knights of Columbus Councils.

 

A Columbiette Auxiliary is in existence only with the consent and approval of the Council with which it is affiliated. One of our purposes is to aid our Council spiritually, socially and financially. The Columbiette Auxiliary upon request aids said Council in all its endeavors.


Our purpose is to:
  • promote the spiritual, social and charitable welfare of our members
  • to instill a steadfast conviction relating to the proper place and function of Catholic women in safeguarding the religious, civil and economic rights of all Catholics
  • to rely upon the intercession of Mary, our Mother and Model, for guidance in guarding the common good, and to work through her, on loving and aiding all members of the human family and to give assistance to the Knights of Columbus in all their activities upon request.
  • The BLUE CIRCLE represents the World.
  • The WHITE CROSS represents Christ’s love for us – by His Crucifixion He redeemed the World.
  • The RAYS represent our zeal to serve God through the Mediums of Faith, Hope and Charity symbolized by the THREE WHITE STARS.
 

Columbiette News

The Columbiettes are creating a Volume II of our custom cookbook. The cookbooks will be professionally published and are sure to be a treasured keepsake. Please submit your favorite recipes so you can be represented in our cookbook. More recipes will ensure that our cookbook is a success. Submit your recipes or reserve your book to email columbiette5833recipes@gmail.com by August 23rd. We have recipe writing format tips available at St. Cecelia’s after each mass or by visiting our facebook page Columbiette5833.

Friday - August 19, 2016 - Sunday August 21, 2016 Columbiette Annual Supreme Convention Hyatt Regency Princeton, 102 Carnegie Center Drive Princeton, New Jersey

The Supreme Council Columbiettes are sponsoring the Past Su-preme President's Scholarship Fund. This award is open to all Columbiettes in good standing with a minimum of 2 years of mem-bership, who are interested in furthering their education. Scholar-ship recipients will be selected on the basis of academic achieve-ments, community and volunteer service, financial need and any other related selection criteria. Recipients may attend any ac-credited public or private, two or four year college or university or an institution offering a one year certificate degree. Payments will be made directly to the educational institution of enrollment. Scholarships will be awarded on an objective and non– discrimina-tory basis, without regard to race, color, age, national origin or disability. Deadline for submission: June 15, 2016 If interested, please contact Columbiette President Bertha Barosky. We are proud to state that last year, Columbiette Alison Pellicci was a recipient of this award, she graduated from UCONN last month. Congratulations Alison!

Something to ponder:

In happy moments, Praise God;

In difficult moments, Seek God;

In quiet moments, Trust God; and,

In every moment, Thank God!