Yes, everybody…in case you forgot: NUN RUN 2012 is less than 3 weeks away. Mark your calendars, register now:MARCH 10, 2012!!!! Click here to REGISTER!
Our registrations are down a bit this year. So for the sake of Sr. John-Mark’s morale (smile, smile), please sign up TODAY! She heads up the Nun Run down to the last smallest detail – and does so with amazing precision and grace.
Same deal as the last 2 years:
Onsite participants: Register before Feb. 25th for the discounted registration fee
Shadow participants: Register before Feb. 23rd to guarantee that your shirt will arrive in time for the race. (we will still try to get race shirts out in time for the race to shadow participants who register after the 23rd. We just can’t guarantee it after that date!)
A SHOUT OUT TO ALL YOU OUT OF STATE RUNNERS: for the last 2 years we have had shadow participants from nearly (if not all) of the 50 States. This year, – according to online registrations – we only have 26 states participating and 3 countries (Wales, Australia, Zambia). So let’s get going people! 🙂 We want all 50 states represented again!
To all you ASU and NAU Students: The Chaplains Challenge is in full swing! Be sure – when you register – to mark your school in the Team Captain section of the registration form. School with the most participants will be awarded the CHAPLAINs CHALLENGE Trophy to be kept at the respective school until next year’s Nun Run. Fr. Matt Lowry (NAU) and Fr. John Muir (ASU) will be racing in the 5K for the coveted Chaplains Challenge plaque! So come out to cheer on your Priests and participate in the run while you’re at it!!!
“Young Religious ought to enter blogs and correct the opinions of the youth, showing them the true Jesus”
- Cardinal Camillo Ruini, Vicar for Rome
The PCPAs of Our Lady of Solitude
"A religious community which refuses to conform to the requirements of the times becomes unfaithful to its founder, for it will no longer be able to do the work confided to it...A community keeps its youth if it is faithful to the spirit of its founder by striving to do things, not as they were done in the lifetime of the founder, but as the founder would do them if he were alive in our day."