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Norwalk Knights Of Columbus Welcomes Educator For Communion Breakfast

Longtime educator Sister Sally Norcross to speak at St. Matthew Knights of Columbus Family Communion Breakfast on June 4th
Longtime educator Sister Sally Norcross to speak at St. Matthew Knights of Columbus Family Communion Breakfast on June 4th Photo Credit: Contributed

NORWALK, Conn. -- Sister Sally Norcross will be the special guest speaker at the Knights of Columbus St. Matthew Council 14360’s 4th annual Family Communion Breakfast on Sunday, June 4.

The breakfast will be held after the 9 a.m. Mass (around 10 a.m.) in the St. Matthew Masterpool Great Room, 216 Scribner Ave. in Norwalk.

“We are so fortunate to have Sister Sally at St. Matthew Parish. Her energy and enthusiasm is infectious and she is always willing to help someone in need”, said St. Matthew Knight and Family Communion Breakfast chairman, Ron Miller.

Norcross has taught generations of students over the years and beloved by many. Former students will take the time to visit her at St. Matthew to say hi and check in.

Norcross keeps busy by volunteering at soup kitchens, tutorial programs and shelters. Currently she servers as the chairperson of the Board of Trustees at Villa Maria Academy in the Bronx and she was recently elected by her community to serve on the Provincial Leadership Team of the North American Province as a part time counselor. She will engage the crowd with her wit and down to earth personality at the breakfast.

The breakfast will cost $15 per person with kids 10 and under free. Click here for reservations or contact Scott Criscuolo at (203) 858-6042.

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