Ignatian Volunteer Corps Honors Jesuit
Saturday, May 11th, 2013
Fr. Fred Enman, SJ, receives the Ignatian Volunteer Corps’ Della Strada Award.
Fr. Fred Enman, SJ, assistant to the dean at Boston College law school and founder of Matthew 25, was honored with the Ignatian Volunteer Corps’ Della Strada Award at a liturgy and reception on April 21.
Fr. Enman is being recognized for his work in establishing and running Matthew 25 since 1988. The organization buys and renovates abandoned homes in Worcester and Boston then rents the residences to low-income families at a percentage of their income.
Fr. Si Smith, SJ, chaplain and reflector celebrated the liturgy. Fr. Bill Barry, SJ, spiritual director, was the homilist.
Pictured above are (left to right): Patti Ryan, Fr. Fred Enman, Julie McGovern and Tom Ryan. Tom and Patti Ryan introduced Fr. Fred and Julie McGovern, IVC New England regional chair, presented the award.
To learn more about Fr. Fred and his work with Matthew 25, see pgs 18-19 in the spring/summer issue of JESUITS magazine.