Preparation for the Celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the Death of Venerable Mother Mary Theresa Dudzik on
September 20, 1918
A Reading from the Chronicle of Venerable Mother Mary Theresa Dudzik
"All of a sudden Sister Josepha began failing in health, and I was obliged to send her to a doctor. This resulted in weekly visits and medication for her until October. I was the only one left who could stand the heaviest work; because the lady whom I hired also complained that it was too hard for her to run the washing machines.
Sculpture of Mother Mary Theresa Dudzik, Foundress of the
Franciscan Sisters of Chicago unveiled during celebration Mass
On April 23, St. Stanislaus Kostka Church in Chicago celebrated its 150th Anniversary. Over 1,500 people attended a special anniversary Mass and celebration led by Cardinal Blase Cupich. The historic church was decorated with red and white ornaments as celebrants representing both the Polish and Hispanic communities marched in.
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Reflections on Mother Mary