The Chicago Tribune used one of their photos from another story (about a new Franciscan community being founded in Chicago) to illustrate an opinion piece about the Vatican move to reform a US organization for sisters. I strongly doubt that the Franciscans are as "stunned, sad, weary, worried" about the move as the article suggests. I know I'm not! (More on my Nunblog; romans8v29.blogspot)
Melissa moved to Chicago for college. She shares how she adjusted to the freshman party scene at Columbia College, her struggles securing true friends, and the moment she realized she was becoming a Chicagoan!
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Nearly everyone has heard about Amelia Earhart, but not as many are familiar with Bessie Coleman–the first African American woman to become a licensed pilot. Coleman was born in Atlanta, Texas in 1892.When she was 23 years old she moved to Chicago to escape poverty and discrimination and seek o...Nearly everyone has heard about Amelia Earhart, but not as many are familiar with Bessie Coleman--the first African American woman to become a licensed pilot. Coleman was born in Atlanta, Texas…
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