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Military Archdiocese Needs our Support

Religiously devoted, Patriotically proud is the 4th-degree tagline. We have an opportunity to meet both in responding to this a recent request

Monsignor Jeffery Laible, Vicar General and Moderator of the Curia, Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA in need of 6-10 Chalices/Patens for use by our Military Chaplains.

Many of our assemblies have Chalices/Patens stored and available to donate to our brother Priests, and are most willing to make such donations.

What greater need than the donation of a Chalice/Paten to our military chaplains who dedicate their lives to God and country, serving our military members and their families.

Let’s also remember to continue our financial support of the military chaplain scholarship fund. I urge assemblies, councils, and individuals to “pass the helmet” and donate $25.00 to support our co-sponsored seminarian program. Of course, larger donations are acceptable but any donation is welcome for this need.

We are in desperate need of Catholic Chaplains, as of today we are down to just 39 active Chaplain Priests in our entire U.S. Navy, and only 86 in the U.S. Army. The need is great, yet few are called.

Assemblies willing to donate a Chalice/Paten may ship them to:

The Rev. Monsignor Jeffery G. Laible

Vicar General and Moderator of the Curia

Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA

102 Michigan Avenue., NE.

P.O. Box 4469

Washington, DC 20017

Msgr may be reached via email at

The mailing address for assembly, council, state council, and others who donate to the Military Chaplains Scholarship Fund is as follows.

Knights Of Columbus Charities

Attn:: Maryann Ludington, Charities

One Columbus Plaza

New Haven, CT 06510

On the memo line write “Military Chaplains”

Thanking you in advance for your continued support of these programs.

Learn more about the Military Archdiocese at

Learn more about the Military Chaplains Scholarship Fund

Michael P. Gaspers

District Master, Iowa

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