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Via Crucis: The Stations of the (Displacing) Cross

The annual Los Angeles Catholic Worker commemoration of the Good Friday Stations of the Cross has taken place since the 1970s. For the L.A.C.W., the Via Crucis (literally “the way of torture”) serves as a reminder of many ways that Christ is still crucified in our world today. This year, we gathered virtually to remember, …

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Join Us to Commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the Four Churchwomen in El Salvador

On December 2, 1980, four U.S. churchwomen working with the poor in El Salvador – Maryknoll Sisters Maura Clarke and Ita Ford, Ursuline Sister Dorothy Kazel, and lay missioner Jean Donovan – were kidnapped, raped, and murdered by the U.S.-backed military of El Salvador. In the end, they met the same fate as thousands of …

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STATIONS OF THE CROSS AND SEDER CANCELED

Due to the discouragement of large gatherings, we are so sorry to have to cancel this year’s Stations of the Cross as well as our annual Seder of Liberation celebration. Although we cannot gather this year, our extended community of friends, family, supporters, and volunteers are not forgotten, we pray we see you all soon.

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Join Us For Our Annual Spring Events!

We look forward to seeing you at our upcoming events!

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Memorial for U.S. Church Women Martyred in El Salvador

Join the LACW community for a memorial service on Saturday, December 2, 7pm at Mount St. Marys College Doheny Campus in Chapel (near building 15), 10 Chester Place, Los Angeles, CA 90007, Phone: 626-345-1666, to commemorate the 37th anniversary of the four U.S. churchwomen martyred in El Salvador. The four women — (pictured from top …

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Memorial for U.S. Church Women Martyred in El Salvador

There will be a memorial service on Wednesday, December 2, 7pm at Mount St. Marys College Doheny Campus in Chapel (near building 15), 10 Chester Place, Los Angeles, CA 90007, Phone: 626-345-1666, to commemorate the 35th anniversary of the four U.S. churchwomen martyred in El Salvador. The four women — (pictured from top left) Sister …

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Jeff’s Book Tour News

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JOIN US AT OUR ANNUAL SPRING EVENTS

Here is the LINK to view the photos from last year’s Stations of the Cross. And the LINK for last year’s Seder of Liberation.

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Theo’s Arraignment Date Set

Theo Kayser finally received an arraignment notice for his backcountry action at Vandenberg AFB on October 22, 2012. He will appear at 1pm on Thursday, February 21, in Santa Barbara Federal Bankruptcy Court, 1415 State St, Santa Barbara, CA 93101. See the action Press Release and Statement HERE

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2013 Summer Intern Program Dates Set

The annual LACW Summer Intern Program will commence on Monday, July 1, and end on Monday, August 11. Applications now are available.  Please e-mail [email protected] for an application or with questions you may have. You can also check HERE for an overview of our Summer Program or HERE to view photos from 2012. Do something …

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Court Date Set For Two Arrested On October 22, 2012

LACW Rebecca Casas and Fr. Louie Vitale, OFM, two of three arrested during the Vandenberg backcountry action, now have a January 17 court date at 8:30am in Santa Barbara Federal Bankruptcy Court, 1415 State St, Santa Barbara, CA 93101. Both face trespass charges, which is punishable by a maximum six months in federal prison and …

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Holiday Schedule and Policy Reminder

Please note that Hospitality Kitchen (Hippie Kitchen) is closed Christmas Day and New Years Day. Also, we do not accept volunteers working for school service requirements or other forms of community service hours from Thanksgiving to Christmas. We do not have the space to accommodate the many people who wish to volunteer during this time …

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