Council 3907

Our Lady Of Olives 3907
P.O. Box 131
Wexford, PA 15090-0131

Council Activities

The Grand Knight for 2018-2019 is William Romig  

Council Meetings

1st and 3rd Wednesday evenings of each month.  Rosary at 7:30pm, Meeting 8:00pm

About Our Council

Our Lady Of Olives Council 3907 was founded November 14th 1954
Primarily, we are members of  Saint Alexis, Saint Alphonsus, Saint John Neumann, Saints John & Paul, and several other parishes in the North Hills of Pittsburgh

65 Years of Columbianism!

Our Lady of Olives
(Stained glass window showing Our Lady of Olives - Located In Saint Alphonsus)
(Window N2 -- Sponsor: Thomas and Sarah Brassell)

The Virgin Mary is the "fair olive" recalled in the scriptures (Sirach 24:14).  In the Bible the olive tree is a symbol of heavenly blessings, prosperity, spiritual excellence, as well as fruitfulness of good works.  This symbolism applied to Mary is a sign of faithful and loving dedication to the Lord but also a symbol of Mary's strength, intercessory power and mercy.  The medal of Our Lady of Olives originates from a wooden statue of Our Lady which survived the destruction of the Church of Murat (Cantal, France) caused by lightning.  This event occurred in 1493 and is the beginning of the devotion to Our Lady of Olives.  The people who carry the medallion of Our Lady of Olives are protected from lightning wherever they may be during a storm. 


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