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Alum named Cardinal by Pope Francis Vincent Nichols (MEd ’78), the Archbishop of Westmin-


ster, is one of 19 clergymen who was named Cardinal by Pope Francis in February. Fr. Nichols will be eligible to join the Conclave that will select the next pope. Of the 19, Fr. Nichols is one of only two Europeans. Fr. Nichols was born in Liverpool,


Fr. Nichols


United Kingdom, and was ordained a priest in 1969 for the Archdiocese of Liverpool. He earned an MA in theology in 1971 and an MEd at Loyola in 1978. In 2009, Fr. Nichols was appointed the Archbishop of Westminster by Pope Benedict XVI. He is the author of two books: Promise of Future Glory and Mis-


sioners. His appointment as Cardinal qualifies him as the most senior Catholic cleric in the United Kingdom. “This appointment enables me, on behalf of all, to serve the Pope in a direct and prolonged way,” Fr. Nichols says.


Damen Award


founders’ dinner Saturday, June 28, 2014


Damen Awards


Named for Loyola University Chicago’s primary founder, Arnold Damen, S.J., this award is granted to an alumnus(a) from each of Loyola’s schools and colleges. It recognizes the qualities of leadership in industry, leadership in community, and service to others.


COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES James V. LoBianco (JFRC ‘93, BA ’94 )


QUINLAN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Mark K. Satkiewicz (MBA ’95) SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION


SCHOOL OF CONTINUING


AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES SCHOOL OF EDUCATION


INSTITUTE OF ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY


THE GRADUATE SCHOOL


Susan Jo Candiotti (JFRC ‘73–74, BA ’76) Carmen Velasquez (BS ’63)


Carl A. Grant (MEd ’62) David E. Miller (JFRC ‘73–74, BS ’75) Deborah C. Hockman (PhD ‘82) STRITCH SCHOOL OF MEDICINE NIEHOFF SCHOOL OF NURSING


SCHOOL OF LAW Joseph A. Power Jr. (JD ‘77) Nancy S. Hardt (MD ‘77) Barbara M. Brodie (BSN ’57)


INSTITUTE OF PASTORAL STUDIES SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK Coffey Award


Keep an eye out for Loyola’s billboard across the street from the historic Wrigley Field marquee through July 27.


Tune in, and turn it up


Todd Ricketts (BA ’93), Chicago Cubs board director and co-owner, voiced several radio spots on the value of a Loyola education to be aired on WGN- AM during all home games of the 2014 season. If you catch a Cubs game on the radio this summer, you just might hear it!


Named for M. Justitia Coffey, BVM, the first president of Mundelein College, this award honors an alumna for her leadership in the community, accomplishments in industry, and service to others.


Judith A. Mayotte


MUND ’62


Terrence C. Nelson-Johnson (BS ‘80, MPS ‘82)


Antwan A. Turpeau (MSW ‘11) Felice Award


Named after the founding director of the John Felice Rome Center, this award is given to a JFRC alumnus(a) who has shown exemplary leadership in business and community and support to the Rome Center.


Philip R. O’Connor


JFRC ’68–’69, BA ’70


To register, visit LUC.edu/founders. SPRING 2014


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