Monthly Archives: March 2015

All In?

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“He’s just not that into you!” Wasn’t that a title of a popular book a few years ago? I never read it but according to talk shows it was a blunt awakening intended to let folks know that if they’re being strung along by a hoped for love, with no commitment—the reality probably is, “he’s… Read more »

Compañia

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by Jim Haggerty A young boy, maybe eight or nine years old, slowly raised his violin and began fiddling a lovely old traditional American tune called the “Arkansas Traveler.” He was a participant in a Saturday afternoon music workshop at our local library. Sitting directly opposite him in a large circle was a man who… Read more »

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You can help IVC get a $50,000 grant! For a limited time, a generous donor has made it possible for you to earn IVC an extra 50 cents for every dollar you donate. Please take a moment to visit our Donate page and make a contribution now. All new donations received by May 24, 2015… Read more »

Companions on the Journey

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This post from Ignatian Volunteer Don Gibel first appeared on IVC Chicago’s Footprints Blog .  I am going on my 12th year with IVC, which has been very important in my life, and my 10th year at my current placement, Faith and Fellowship. Faith and Fellowship is a one woman “agency”, led by founder and director Connie… Read more »