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More than 125 people, including 20 sisters, get ready to begin a 5K Run for the Nuns.  The event was held March 8 in conjunction with the Here I Am Lord National Vocations Conference at St. Patrick Parish in St. Charles. Organizers hope the race will be an annual event. Read more March 13 in The Observer.

More than 125 people, including 20 sisters, get ready to begin a 5K Run for the Nuns. The event was held March 8 in conjunction with the Here I Am Lord National Vocations Conference at St. Patrick Parish in St. Charles. Organizers hope the race will be an annual event. Read more March 13 in The Observer.

A young woman walks up the stairs toward the chapel on the grounds of Rockford’s Poor Clare monastery. The cloistered nuns who live there hosted their first “Come and See” vocations retreat Aug. 20-21. Read more Sept. 4 in The Observer.

A young woman walks up the stairs toward the chapel on the grounds of Rockford’s Poor Clare monastery. The cloistered nuns who live there hosted their first “Come and See” vocations retreat Aug. Read more Sept. 4 in The Observer.

Third-grade students in Joe Palade’s (standing, right) class at St. Mary School in Elgin take part in a weekly Friday Lord’s Day Celebration, which is part of their Catholic Household Program. Principal Barbara Colandrea (seated, far right) watches students interact afterSophia May (standing, left) reads the next Sunday’s Gospel. Read about Catholic School's Week in The Observer, Jan. 27, 2017.

Third-grade students in Joe Palade’s (standing, right) class at St. Mary School in Elgin take part in a weekly Friday Lord’s Day Celebration, which is part of their Catholic Household Program. Principal Barbara Colandrea (seated, far right) watches students interact afterSophia May (standing, left) reads the next Sunday’s Gospel. Read about Catholic School's Week in The Observer, Jan. 27, 2017.

Sister Miriam James Heidland, SOLT,  quotes St. John Paul II in her talk about sports and faith. It was part of the first IMPACT talks and the last session of this year’s Hear I Am Lord! vocations conference at St. Patrick Parish in St. Charles. Read more in The Observer March 17, 2017.

Sister Miriam James Heidland, SOLT, quotes St. John Paul II in her talk about sports and faith. It was part of the first IMPACT talks and the last session of this year’s Hear I Am Lord! vocations conference at St. Patrick Parish in St. Charles. Read more in The Observer March 17, 2017.

One Minute Reflection – 17 May    “He who feeds on my flesh and drinks my blood has life eternal”……………….John 6:54 #mypic

One Minute Reflection – 17 May “He who feeds on my flesh and drinks my blood has life eternal”……………….

The Diocese of Rockford will host its third Be Reconciled Day March 16. Bishop David Malloy has asked the priests of the diocese to be available between 9 a.m. and 8 p.m. that day to hear confessions and help all Catholics fix “Something between us and the Lord (that) is just not right.” Read more March 11, 2016, in The Observer.

The Diocese of Rockford will host its third Be Reconciled Day March 16. Bishop David Malloy has asked the priests of the diocese to be available between 9 a.m. and 8 p.m. that day to hear confessions and help all Catholics fix “Something between us and the Lord (that) is just not right.” Read more March 11, 2016, in The Observer.

Psalm 100  Make a Joyful noise

Psalm ~ Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, all ye lands. Dear Lord, I will praise You with my whole heart and soul for You are worthy of all praises. The Joy of The Lord is my Strength!

Passive Agressive Pinterest Behavior: When you get home from work and pin things you wish you could say to people at work.

Passive Aggresive Behavior: When you get home from work and pin things you wish you could say to people at work.

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