Poor Clare Colettine Nuns of Rockford, Illinois | Copyright and Credits
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Welcome to the Poor Clare Colettine Nuns of Corpus Christi Monastery, Rockford, Illinois website. These terms of use govern your use of this website; by using this website, you accept these terms of use in full.

 

Site Contents Ownership: This website is expressly owned and operated by the Diocese of Rockford on behalf of Poor Clare Colettine Nuns of Corpus Christi Monastery, Rockford, Illinois. Unless otherwise noted below, the design and content featured on this website, including photographs, designs, icons, navigational buttons, images, artwork, graphics, text, audio and video clips or content, software and the like (collectively, the “Content”) is either owned or stewarded by the Diocese. Therefore, in adhering to this stated arrangement, all collective “Content” follows the Diocese of Rockford’s own Terms of Use, License and Acceptable Use Policies. Unless otherwise stated below, the Diocese owns the intellectual property rights in the website and material on the website.

 

DIOCESE OF ROCKFORD ©2018

 

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Image Credits:

 

All images, unless otherwise noted below, are provided and exclusively copyrighted by The Observer, the official newspaper of the Diocese of Rockford.

 

The following photos (click here for full list) displayed on this site were provided and are exclusively copyrighted by Abbie Reese from her exhibit Erased from the Landscape.

Home Page Rotator, Crucifixion Scene

 

The following photos displayed on this site are Public Domain, which are sourced as copies of “the master Wikipedia page at Meta, which lists a number of sources of public domain images on the Web.”

St Francis Mourned by St Clare (Giotto)

Santa Chiara d’Assisi (Simone Martini)

 

Further Credits:

Virtual Tour, Permission: Dan Van Den Broeke, January 8, 2018  [Further Terms]

Chosen Material, Permission: Abbie Reese, January 9, 2018.

St. Clare Stained Glass, Flickr/Kevin Dooley (St. Mary’s in Phoenix, Arizona)