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St. Augustine Council 4317 and St. Augustine Circle 2328, both in Baliuag, repacked and distributed relief goods for those affected by recent flooding in central Luzon. The council also had a free feeding program, complete with food, games and entertainment for needy children.

Pateros Council 4340 and Santa Maria Assembly provided free soup to about 200 people who were affected by floods in central Luzon.

Molave Council 5625 in Sorsogon hosted a free feeding program for children in a local village.

Members of Don Febian R. Millar Council 5973 in Tayabas City stand with some of the relief goods they delivered by boat to flood victims in Barangay Lambac, a village where 250 families were affected by the storm. Knights delivered food, medicine and other supplies.

Diego Silang Council 7656 in Quezon City participated in a fund drive to help construct Our Lady of Fatima Church. Knights also distributed relief goods to victims of flooding in central Luzon. Finally, the council took part in a prayer rally against the Reproductive Health Bill that is currently being considered by the Philippine government.

Holy Family Council 13776 in Colgante hosted a feeding and gift giving program for people with physical and intellectual disabilities.

Holy Spirit Council 13919 in Malolos City took charge of relief operations at its parish for those affected by flooding in central Luzon. Knights distributed canned goods, rice, water, coffee, noodles and used clothing to 125 families displaced by the disaster.

Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary Council 14323 in San Pedro distributed lunches and bottles of mineral water to more than 500 people affected by flooding in central Luzon. The council also conducted a street cleaning project in the Rosario Subdivision of the city. Finally, Knights repaired the pews at their parish.

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Salug Valley Council 7610 in Molave erected a permanent pro-life sign on the street where St. Vincent Ferrer Church is located.

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Fourth Degree Knights from throughout Visayas provided an honor guard for a Mass that was held in opposition to the Reproductive Health Bill that is being considered by the Philippine government.

Bishop Casimiro Lladoc Assembly in Bacolod City provided an honor guard for a celebration commemorating the 29th death anniversary of Benigno Simeon Aquino Jr., considered by many to be a modern martyr and hero of the Philippines. Aquino, who was assassinated in 1983, led the opposition to the Marcos Regime in the Philippines in the 1970s.

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