March 2005 archive

Ed Birmingham aka John Mowers RIP

Ed Birmingham, a longtime guest and friend of the Los Angeles Catholic Worker died this morning. Ed had stayed with us off and on for several years, so long that no one seems to remember when he first came to the LACW. When he came to us he was no stranger to the CW movement, …

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Stations of the Cross Photos now online

stations-05/5_Doctor_Rich_and_Donald_lead_group_to_LA_County_Courthouse.jpg We are happy to announce that our annual Good Friday Stations of the Anti-War Cross was well attended and was a success. For those who are interested I posted some pictures of the event. lacatholicworker.org/g/stations-05  

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Guatemala Update

[Note: Former Los Angeles Catholic Worker Community Member Elizabeth Griswold has been in Guatemala the last few months working with rural indigenous communities.] Hello to all,    I´ve been meaning to write another group e-mail for awhile. But I keep getting individual ones to which I use my time responding (which is great too—I´m not discouraging …

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March 16th Civil Disobediance Action

Wednesday, March 16, 2005 Our demonstration at the Downtown Federal Building this morning was a sucess! As planned LA Catholic Workers Catherine Morris and David Gardner along with Jesuit Volunteer Corp. member Sara Suman were arrested as part of a planned civil disobediance action in front of the Federal Building. Unfortunatly our friends from the …

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