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Awards & Recognition

CSJs Pat Boyle, Mary Joan Lofgren, and Peggy Sullivan receive the Cheverus Award

cheverus award 2014

For Quiet and Often Unrecognized Service

Among the recipients of this year’s Cheverus Award Medal were Pat Boyle, CSJ, Mary Joan Lofgren, CSJ, and Peggy Sullivan, CSJ. At the November 23 vespers prayer service at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross to present the awards, Cardinal Seán said, “Without the work of dedicated men and women like this year's 116 Cheverus Award Medal recipients, the mission of the Archdiocese of Boston would grind to a halt.” First presented in 2008 at the celebration to mark the conclusion of the archdiocese's bicentennial year, the award is presented each year on the Solemnity of Christ the King to recognize dedicated service to the Church and God's people, with an emphasis on those who serve in a quiet and often otherwise unrecognized fashion. 

Pictured: Pat Boyle, CSJ, Mary Joan Lofgren, CSJ, Peggy Sullivan, CSJ after receiving the Cheverus Award

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