Program Director

The program director serves two purposes. The first responsibility of the program director is to guide each of the activity directors in planning strong projects each quarter. A good program director leads each activity director in planning a successful activity, acquiring the man-power and resources to get it done, and advertising so that people show up on the day of the event. The second responsibility is to lead the programs portion of the meeting. This means keeping track of where each activity director is in the planning for the next upcoming project and calling on them to report on it or doing so in their place if they are absent. The following are the program areas for which the director is responsible for: Church, Council, Community, Family, Pro-Life, Youth, Bingo, Ravens, Degree Teams, and any seasonal events that fall outside of these areas. If you need to contact the current program director you may send an email to .

Church Activities

Our church programs tie us together with the parishioners and clergy. Through these programs we aim to draw closer to God and to each other.

Community Activities

Our community activities allow us to reach out to members of the community; many of whom we have never met. These activities are our outward reach to the community outside of our parish.

Council Activities

Our council activities give us a chance to relax and celebrate together as brothers. These events are typically more relaxed as we focus on taking a step back from our charitable activities and taking a break.

  • Leo Bernt Horseshoe Tournament
  • Officer Installation Banquet
  • Winter Social at Bullerock
  • Lantern Queen Boat Cruise
  • Fiore Vineyards Wine Tasting

Family Activities

We take a lot of time away from our families in order to work on these other charitable causes. Our family activities help us take the time to give back to those we love and keep our family as strong as ever.

  • Family Movie Night
  • Pumpkin Picking and Hay Ride
  • Ironbirds/Orioles Game
  • Spaghetti Dinner
  • Keep Christ in Christmas


As a practical Catholic organization, we believe in the sanctity of life starting at conception. These activities allow us to reach out to others who are like minded but may not have the support or resources to follow their beliefs.

Youth Activities

To borrow the words of songwriter Whitney Houston, "I believe the children are our future, teach them well and let them lead the way." These activities provide a safe and informative venue for children to learn and grow.

  • Kids Bingo
  • Jerry Meany Fishing Tournament
  • Children's Christmas Party
  • Trunk or Treat
  • Ice World
  • Basketball Shootout
  • Rolling in the Dough
  • Substance Abuse Program


Every organization needs members to stay alive and active. We are fortunate to have a legend in charge of our recruitment efforts. Bill Hengemihle has recruited more than 100 members to date and kept as many active in our council. If you are interested in joining or have any questions, please email Bill Hengemihle at


One of our two main fundraisers involves running a beer stand at M&T Bank stadium during Ravens football games. During both sweltering hot and blistering cold days, our captains Lee Eder and Mike Georgulas put us through our paces and make sure we have as much fun as our customers have. By the way - free food and drink for working the game. We look forward to seeing you just inside Gate B at Tankard 112!


Our biggest money maker is bingo held on the 2nd and 4th Fridays of the month in Kilduff Hall. If you're free to help, we're always looking for extra runners, callers and help in the kitchen. If you're just interested in playing, then by all means come on by and have a great time. Our hall sees around 100 people on average and peaks around 200 for special events.

Ladies Auxiliary

The Ladies Auxiliary is the sister branch of the Father Maurice J. Wolfe council. We aid each other in all of our endeavors and work together to give each others events that little bit of extra pizzazz.