Edmonds Knights of Columbus host holiday dinner for Seattle homeless

Pies from Edmonds being dished up at the Matt Talbot Center.

The Holy Rosary Church-Knights of Columbus Council No. 12591 of Edmonds hosted a special holiday dinner at the Matt Talbot Center in downtown Seattle on Saturday.  The dinner was the 25th Annual Day of Thanksgiving for the center, which serves the homeless, addicted and mentally ill.

Members of Holy Rosary Parish donated turkeys, pies, vegetables, cranberries, stuffing, mashed potatoes and all the trimmings  for the dinner. Parishioners were honoring the memory of Fred Chomos of Edmonds, who was a leader of this event for many years.

  1. This a random post, regarding the Knights of Columbus and Indigenous People’s Day, here is a great video in the defense of Christopher Columbus.

    The Catholics have been discriminated against for a long time in America. The Civil War was really just a contrived way to attack them. The discrimination eventually subsided when JFK was elected. Columbus is a Catholic hero, and it is their day.

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