Friday, September 29, 2023


1.  Buy a WIThings Scale (tracks , charts, and tells you how much you lost daily?)

2.  Get up EVERY morning go to the bathroom and weight yourself. If the scale says +++ ##lbs  YOU ATE TO MUCH THE PREVIOUS DAY.  BAD BOY or GIRL.  If nothing lost no worries keep eating the way you are. MINUS SIGN OH YAH

3.  DURING the day: STOP EATING TO MUCH!!!!!!


5. WORK out for faster results.  THE BIGGER you are the faster your weight will come off.


Tuesday, September 26, 2023

The Knight Shield - October 2023

    The Corporate Communion this past September was really special. The Cardinal Mooney High School Football team was there with their staff and some parents. It was great to see such an upstanding group of young men. These men were not just sitting there at the request of their coach, but actually participating in the mass and listening to another awesome homily by Father Ron. They loved the choir’s communion song “Gonna Sing” and you could see the spirit work in them as they clapped their approval after the song. 

    It got me to thinking of my days back playing football and what I had aspired to be while in High School. There was a lot of uncertainty at that time, but the more I leaned on my faith, the clearer the picture became. It was evident to me then, that students who had little or no faith background seemed to struggle and lived in the now rather than plan for their lives outside of High School. Our presence as Knights, I believe, favorably impressed them. And, thanks to Deacon Marc who talked about the important programs the Knights are engaged in here in this community. These young people need positive role models. Let’s be that for our community. 

    I’m expecting several of these young men to join our ranks in the Knights of Columbus sometime in the near future and as Father Ron mentioned, maybe one or two will have a calling to the priesthood. Let’s continue to show our presence at church and within our community. Let’s continue to tell our story about what we are doing and how it impacts the lives of others. Let’s continue to be there when people are in need. 

    The Pancake Breakfast was another success thanks to the hard work of our director Kurt Buhlinger and those that contributed cooking, cleaning or serving. The money raised is going to McCrest to assist with the feeding of homeless men, women and children. What a great cause. Thanks Brothers. I’m proud to be part of this Council and excited about the programs we have coming up. God bless our Council and God Bless the Knights of Columbus 

Vivat Jesus ! 

Vincent Ursini

Saturday, September 16, 2023

Vito Guzzardo - January 21, 1933 - September 13, 2023

 Vito Guzzardo Obituary

GUZZARDO, Vito. September 13, 2023. Age 90. Beloved husband of 68 cherished years to Patricia (nee Mattingly). Loving father of Carol (Don) Titus, Linda (Tim) Guzzardo, Diane (Tom) Clingenpeel, Margie (the late Dave) Briggs and Sue (Butch) Ericson. Adored grandfather of Chris Titus, Jeremy Titus, Eric Titus, Kim (Eric) DiPalma, Jennifer DeMaria, Anthony (Chantal) DeMaria, Danielle (Leo) Clingenpeel, Zack Briggs, Nick (Ally) Briggs, Matt Briggs, David Briggs, Emilee Ericson and Noah Ericson; great-grandfather of Sofia and Nina DiPalma, Enzo, Arianna and Gianna Titus and Giovanni and Nico DeMaria and David Briggs. Dear brother of Margaret (the late Joe) Buscemi, Sam (Raelene) Guzzardo and Joann (the late Simon) Perri. Survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his parents Vito and Mary. Vito loved spending quality time with his family and his greatest joy was the time he spent with his grandkids and great-grandkids. He loved playing cards and games with his beloved wife Patricia and loved to watch the game show channel. One of the many things Vito will be remembered for is his silliness and the joy he found in making others around him laugh at his jokes. Visitation Sunday from 3-9pm with a 7pm Rosary at Wujek-Calcaterra & Sons, Inc. 36900 Schoenherr at Metro Parkway (16 Mile). Instate Monday from 9:30am until the time of the 10am Mass at St. Thecla Catholic Church, 20740 S Nunneley Rd, Clinton Twp. Interment at Resurrection Cemetery. Please share memories with the family at their "On-Line Guestbook" at

The Knight Shield - April 2024

     This past month’s exemplification was tremendous. We had seven men from three different councils participating in the 1st thru 3rd de...