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Norwalk Knights recognized for Sandy aid
| January 15, 2013
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BROOKLYN, NY—On December 30, members of St. Matthew Norwalk Knights of Columbus Council 14360, representing Assembly #100, Bishop Fenwick in Norwalk, attended Mass at Our Lady of Solace church in the Coney Island section of Brooklyn.




The assembly members dressed in full color guard regalia and were led by Color Corps Commander Bill Berger, Faithful Navigator of Assembly #100.

The Mass was celebrated by the Bishop of Brooklyn, Bishop Nicholas DeMarzio. Our Lady of Solace Parish was hit hard by Hurricane Sandy, and through St. Matthew’ Parish in Norwalk, the Knights have helped out with goods, Christmas gifts and other supplies to get parishioners through the holidays. In the picture with Bishop DeMarzio are Sir Knights Anthony Armentano, Scott Mazzo, Mike Colaluca, Bill Berger, George Ribellino and Scott Criscuolo.