Some time back, I put a "save the date" notice up for you readers in the New England area. Now's the time to fill in a few of the blanks! The "Afternoon Tea" benefit for the Daughters of St. Paul education fund* will honor Mary Ann Glendon with the first ever Cordero Award. Glendon will be speaking on "The Lay Vocation in a Media Culture: New Challenges."
Glendon doesn't usually accept honors, so that is already an honor! So mark that calendar for Sunday, Sept. 12 at 3:00, and call Sister Christine to reserve your place at the Jamaica Plain motherhouse. (Yes, it's expensive. This is a fund raiser. *If you ever wanted payback for the nuns you had in school, here's your opportunity: send some nuns to school!)
If you're not in New England, call Sister Christine and sponsor someone else! Or send this info to your Boston friends; they can go in your place... Seriously, this is an opportunity.
Sister Christine Setticase, fsp
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