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Imagine if your child needed healthcare but you didn’t have the means to pay for it. This is a scenario all too familiar for nearly 60 percent of families served by AMITA Health Alexian Brothers Women & Children’s Hospital (ABWCH).
There is a new free website available to all of the parishes, schools and organizations in the archdiocese called The Social Justice Resource Center
It was an evening filled with the wonder of wildlife when nearly 500 guests united amidst the silhouette of city skyscrapers for the 32nd Annual Alexian Brothers Ball de Fleur on Saturday, May 5 at the Lincoln Park Zoo.
Amid joyous celebration, five Sisters of Mercy were elected on April 7, 2018, to lead the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas, West Midwest Community, which stretches from San Francisco, Calif., to Detroit, Mich.
Chicago Sisters of Mercy of the Mercy West Midwest Community celebrated jubilees marking from 60 to 80 years of religious life on April 29 at Mercy Circle, 3659 W 99 St., Chicago.
On April 30, Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard Attorney Rob L. Kohen gave advice to aspiring lawyers at Marian Catholic High School’s 2018 Career Day.
On April 26, 19 Holy Trinity High School students competed in the World Series of Entrepreneurship, held at 1871 Chicago in the Merchandise Mart. This is the first year this competition has been offered in Chicago.
Maryville honored William and Jean O’Neill with the 2018 Guardian Medallion Award on April 20.
Mother McAuley Liberal Arts High School inducted six women into its Hall of Honor on April 22.
Members of the St. Louise de Marillac Children’s Choir performed “On Eagles Wings” on April 22 at a candle lighting ceremony at Loyola’s Organ Transplant Center in Maywood.