Catholic Daughters of the Americas
Catholic Daughters of the Americas, like the Knights of Columbus, is a national organization. St. Clare of Assisi Court #2677 is one of many courts throughout the country whose members participate in religious, charitable and educational Apostolates of the Church.
Our Court engages in creative and spiritual programs, which provide its members with opportunities to develop their special God-given talents for the benefit of the Church and people throughout the world. We strive to embrace our mission through unity and charity. We meet in the Parish Hall on the first Saturday of the month, September through May.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to learn more about Catholic Daughters. We can also accept Zelle donations through our email address!
Catholic Men's Fellowship
We provide an opportunity for the men in our parish to grow in relationship with God and families. Our meetings promote fellowship, spiritual enrichment, faith education and formation in Catholic traditions and values. We meet September through May on Saturday mornings from 7:00-8:30am in the Parish Hall. We begin our meetings with fellowship over coffee & donuts, followed by a DVD presentation and discussion. We provide physical and spiritual sustenance!
Please contact Manny Hernandez at email@example.com
Knights of Columbus Council #12851
Our Knights of Columbus Council #12851 is a Catholic, fraternal organization who are dedicated to promoting educational, charitable, religious, and social works. They fundraise for local charities, our parish, and address the needs of the community through works of mutual aid and assistance! Our Order’s basic core values are Charity, Unity, Fraternity, and Patriotism! The Knights of Columbus is open to all practical, Catholic men aged 18 and up.
For more information, contact Grand Knight Pat Sullivan at (815) 280-8194.
Knights of Columbus 4th Degree: San Juan Diego Assembly #2836
The Knights of Columbus 4th Degree is the final degree of our order. You will see us in our distinct regalia acting as honor guard, color corps, standing in uniform out of respect for deceased Brothers, and we are dedicated to outreach to veterans, First Responders, and members of our Military.
We embody the fourth principle of the Knights of Columbus: Patriotism. We have the honor of being titled “Sir Knight” and we put faith in action for God, community, and country. We meet the 2nd Tuesday of the month at Prince of Peace Catholic Church in Sun City West at 7:00pm.
For questions, please contact Wayne Lorenzana, Faithful Navigator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Legion of Mary
The Legion of Mary is a worldwide lay Catholic organization composed of men, women, and youth. It has been in existence since 1921 and can be found in over 170 countries! Since its inception, it has been approved by every Pope. Members of the Legion of Mary become instruments of the Holy Spirit through a balanced program of prayer and service.
Works include door-to-door evangelization, parishioner visits, prison ministry, visits to the sick or aged, crowd contact, religious education, visiting the newly baptized, Pilgrim Virgin statue rotation, and otherwise meeting the spiritual needs of the parish community.
The Legion of Mary is open to all practicing Catholics that are willing to adhere to the Legion system. The Legion of Mary holds weekly meetings here at St. Clare of Assisi on Tuesdays at 11:30am in the Parish Hall.
Please contact Carla Wrublik for further information: (602) 818-4895.
Recovering from alcohol addiction is a lifelong journey, which is why this substance use disorder is often treated using a combination of therapies. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is one resource to help people become and stay sober and is available nearly worldwide.
Whether you recently finished an alcohol rehab program, are seeking the right treatment for you, or are in traditional therapy and could use more support, AA may be a beneficial support as you start your journey to long-term recovery.
We are an “open” group of members who mostly have extended lengths of sobriety – we welcome newcomers and offer our support, wisdom, and advice to those wishing to journey to sobriety and remaining sober. We meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:30am to 1:30pm in the Parish Hall.
Please contact Chuck Anderson at (623) 518-4450 with questions.