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                 Fourth Degree Chalice

      Each Fourth Degree Knight of Columbus may choose to have a chalice presented to a priest or bishop.  The Sir Knight's name is engraved on the bottom of the chalice.  A Chalice Ceremony is conducted during the funeral Mass of the Sir Knight.  Each time Mass is celebrated with the chalice, the Sir Knight is remembered in prayers.

     On October 31, 2008, Bishop Tod Brown of the Diocese of Orange presented an Assembly chalice to Patriarch Twan.  Bishop Brown had led a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. 
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Rev. John Janze, Faithful Friar of El Camino Real presents a chalice to the Latin Patriarch-November 2010.
    
Bishop Otto Separi, auxiliary bishop of Papua New Guinea celebrated Mass on December 1, 2008 with a memorial chalice given to him by El Camino Real Assembly 85.  The chalice was presented to the bishop by Brother Peter Ryan, FSP, Vicar General of the Patrician Brothers.  Bishop Otto
is the first PNG born bishop of Aitape, and he pledged to remember the Sir Knight and his family each time he uses the chalice.  The bishop said he felt privileged to be chosen to receive the chalice and asked that his thanks be conveyed to the Knights.

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Chalice presented by Brother Jerome Ellens to  Fr. Ernest Frimpong of St. Francis de Sales, Ghana

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Chalice presented to Bishop Antonisamy Francis of Kumbakonam, India

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Brother Bosco and Brother Jerome, Superior General of the Patrician Brothers present a chalice 
to Fr. Maria Soosai, parish priest of Sacred Heart Church, Coonoor, Nilgiris, Tamilnadu, India

 

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El Camino Chalice Ceremony Team
Color Corps Commander SK Alvin DeCuir, District Marshall SK Ernie O'Leary
PFN SK Dr. Ronald Knowles, Comptroller SK James Berlier