Frs. Bill Creed, SJ, and Dan Hartnett, SJ, To Be Recognized At Inaugural Ignatian Volunteer Corps, Chicago, Della Strada Awards
April 20, 2012 in News
The Ignatian Volunteer Corps, Chicago, (IVC) is hosting a mass and awards reception on Thursday, May 17th at 5pm at Loyola University Lakeshore Campus. The Della Strada Award honors lives that reflect the Ignatian values of direct service to the poor, and working and educating for a more just society. Honorees include Fr. Bill Creed, SJ, and George Sullivan, founding directors of the 11-year-old organization. In addition, Gail Krema will be recognized for her promotion of Ignatian Spirituality; Christine Boyd for her long-term support of IVC volunteers at St. Mary of the Lake and St. Thomas of Centerbury Catholic Schools; and Fr. Dan Hartnett, SJ, pastor of Holy Trinity Parish, for promoting Ignatian values of direct service to the poor, and working and educating for a more just society. Tickets are $50 per person and benefits the Chicago chapter of the IVC which includes 40 volunteers aged 50 and older serving at 32 sites in direct service to the poor across greater Chicagoland.
To view the full invite with event information, click here.
To RSVP to the event, please fill out the reply card here, and send to:
Ignatian Volunteer Corps.
2050 N. Clark Street
Chicago, IL 60614
For more information about the great work of the Ignatian Volunteer Corps, visit their website www.ivcusa.org.