Graduation, the dream of every scholar; you can’t stop yourself from thinking about it from the very moment you are enrolled into an Institution. It is often a long awaited day. Imagine how much anxiety I felt whenever I watched others celebrate on this day and how I wished I could be in their position. I had fantasized over my graduation day from the very moment I set foot in school on the October 12th 2012. Many times I thought about it and could not imagine it could one day come and go.
By every measure, the death penalty declined again in 2015. A new report released today by the Death Penalty Information Center (DPIC) found:
ASSOCIATE NEWS – Sr. Joan Mahoney
THE CELEBRATIONS OF MARGUERITE HAVE BEGUN!
On Saturday, January 11 in Illinois, the associates and sisters gathered in South Holland, IL for prayer and festivities that included a piñata and dancing. Certainly, Marguerite’s joy was well celebrated! In the first picture: Sr. Bea Baker and Eva Williams enjoying the events. The second picture: Maria Vazquez holds the piñata and hitting stick. The third picture: Karen Fleszewski, Sr. Darleen Mayo, Eva Williams, Sr. Julia Lydon, and Alicia Parkinson prepare for dancing.