Experience Making a Difference

Experience Making a Difference

Finding God in New England

This wonderful reflection was written by Mary and Tony Mahowald for the IVC Chicago Footprints blog. Mary and Tony are two long-time IVC...

Gladness

In the pathways of sadness, sweetest lilies may grow: Let us sow seeds of gladness- let the joy overflow. – Eliza E. Hewitt An...
Led Back to the Fold

Led Back to the Fold

IVC New England Program Details Volunteer Opportunities Volunteer Stories Calendar of Events Madonna Della Strada Award Ceremony Dave...
For when I was hungry…

For when I was hungry…

In the midst of the civic unrest and anxiety about the coronavirus, we can lose sight of the ongoing crisis of food insecurity. Defined as...

A Commute Towards Happiness

As a semi-retired Ignatian Volunteer Corps member, I think to myself, “Why do I feel so much happier than my fellow commuters?” Sister Nancy greets me with “Are you up for teaching a class this morning?” or “I’ve got a new one for you to register. Let me know whether you think we should take her.” I never know what awaits me, but that is part of the appeal. Refugees and immigrants also never know what awaits them. I am one of them!