Donor Recognition

By Hendel, Caitlin | National Catholic Reporter, September 8, 2017 | Go to article overview

Donor Recognition


Hendel, Caitlin, National Catholic Reporter


Dear readers

Every September, we take a few pages of the newspaper to shine a light of gratitude on you, our Friends of NCR.

Your generous support sustains NCR's mission to be an independent news source covering the church and the larger societal issues with which it intersects. It allows us to shine a light on truth and underscore our values of mercy and justice. This year, we highlight our shared commitment to uncovering the truth with our theme, "Rise Up." Thank you for joining us!

On the following pages are the names of those donors who contributed to NCR during our previous fiscal year that ended June 30, 2017. The names in bold, of which there are many, are donors who have supported NCR for 10 or more consecutive years. You'll also see a new category, "Online gifts," for donors who made an online gift and requested a moniker in place of their full name.

On this page is the list of our NCR Legacy Society members, donors who have taken an extra step by confirming that NCR is part of their estate planning.

In these complicated and often troubling times, what a blessing it is that NCR can remain the selfsupporting, independent publication that was founded by a bold group of journalists some 53 years ago. You are a vital part of NCR's continued presence, and we are thankful you're part of our community.

With deep gratitude,

Caitlin Hendel

Publisher

Friends of NCR RISE UP NCR Legacy Society

We are extremely grateful to the NCR Legacy Society donors who have taken the extra step to support NCR into the future. For more information about including NCR in your estate plan, please call 1-800-444-8910 or email Nancy Browne at nbrowne@ncronline.org.

NCR Legacy Society

Anonymous

Anonymous--In honor of Judith B Liteky

Thomas E Bertelsen, Jr

Margaret Blair

Len & Kitty Bronec

Barbara Buehler

Patricia & Michael Busk

Mary A Christie

Charles E Curran

Mary McGahey Dwan

Tom & Hoa Fox

Jim & Judy Giesen

Richard D Hansen & David B Eckert

Nancy B Kenny

Annette Lomont

Luedde-Gajewski Gay Affirming Fund--Horizons Foundation

John Mammoser

Bob & Liz Maxwell

Mary Brennan Miller

John L Minck

Sandy Murray

Moira E O'Dea

Thomas Joseph O'Brien

Suzanne Polen

Noraleen Renauer

A Regina Schulte

Fr Tony Schumacher

Peter Stynes

Tim & Jean Unsworth

Patrick J Waide, Jr

Joseph B Young

In Memoriam

Fr Nicholas J Calabro

Mary Helen Carroll

Blanche Childs

Ralph H Dwan, Jr

Fr Joseph F Geniesse, CSC

Angelo D Giancarlo

Robert G Hoyt

Robert H Kline

Margaret C Lewis

Thomas Francis Maher

Marian A McNally

Msgr Daniel James O'Connor

Patricia I O'Connor

Betty Quadracci

Mareia J Ryan

Gerard F Songster

Nicholas P A Troccola

Patrick F Walsh, Jr

Charles Wargel

Ann T Weick

Anna Woods

Michael J Zarr

JOHN XXIII SOCIETY

$10,000 and up

Anonymous

S D Bechteljr Foundation

Thomas E Bertelsen, Jr

Maryjeanne & Richard Burke

Dominican Sisters of San Rafael

Franciscan Sisters of Chicago

James & Mary Frey

Frank S & Julia M Ladner Family

Foundation

Jeanne Marie Lee

Annette Lomont

Mr & Mrs Patrick A Malone

JoanS Bob McGrath

Stephen & Susan Miller

Mutual of America Foundation *

Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Sisters of Charity of Nazareth

Sisters of Mercy of the Americas--MD

Sisters of Saint--Anne Marlborough HA

Sisters of Saint Francis of Dubuque, IA

Sisters of the Visitation

Patrick J Waide, Jr

PUBLISHER'S CIRCLE

$5,000 to $9,999

Anonymous

Adrian Dominican Generalate

Mr & Mrs Robert L Berner, Jr

Mrs Mary Jane Blinka

Mary C Bunting

Elaine Burke

Francis Butler

Greg & Kathy Calegari

Tom & Hoa Fox

Mrs Margaret M Raidmets

Mr 8Mb Robert F Shannon

Sisters of St. …

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