Norwalk Knights Of Columbus Cross Bridges In Name Of Friendship

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Members of Knights of Columbus  in Norwalk traveled to Brooklyn on Sunday, April 28, to visit Our Lady of Solace parish on Coney Island.
Members of Knights of Columbus in Norwalk traveled to Brooklyn on Sunday, April 28, to visit Our Lady of Solace parish on Coney Island. Photo Credit: Contributed

NORWALK, Conn. -- To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the ordination of the Rev. Justin Russolillo, founder of the Vocationist Order of Priests (Society of the Divine Mercy), many members of St. Matthew Parish in Norwalk traveled to Brooklyn, N.Y., last month to visit Our Lady of Solace parish on Coney Island for the occasion.

Members of Knights of Columbus St. Matthew Council 14360/Bishop Fenwick Assembly 100 traveled along with many members of the parish family of St. Matthew in Norwalk.

The order also oversees Our Lady of Solace, including the Rev. Armando Palmieri, the pastor at Our Lady of Solace. The brother Knights formed an honor guard for the Mass, with principal celebrant Bishop Nicholas DeMarzio of Brooklyn.

The friendship began when St. Matthew Parish and Knights of Columbus Council 14360 reached out to help Our Lady of Solace when Superstorm Sandy hit the tristate area in October 2012.

That connection started a friendship that will endure far beyond the damage incurred from the storm.

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cute costumes! Is it only for men?