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DMCWDes Moines Catholic Worker (est. 1976; Iowa)
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Gronewald's decision to declare a mistrial was surprising and "a hopeful sign that, if given a chance to hear the truths of our peace message, a lone citizen on a six-person jury can make a difference," Des Moines Catholic Worker Frank Cordaro wrote in an April 17 email update.
Remembrances to Des Moines Catholic Worker Community.
When I lived in Des Moines, Iowa, I attended Friday evening Mass at the Bishop Dingman House of the Des Moines Catholic Worker. Many of my students at nearby Simpson College also showed up for worship, as well as to help serve meals, clean the house, and join in war protests during the week.
This becomes all too apparent at the Des Moines Catholic Worker House while one peels potatoes, in a house where images of hunger, want, deprivation, need, insecurity, uncertainty, weariness, and fear are reflected in the eyes of those we serve.
Most heartening for me is the way the Des Moines Catholic Worker House is introducing the next generation to the Catholic Worker movement.
By the end of the day Davis of the Des Moines Catholic Worker house and McKee had each received similarly vague subpoenas.
He helped found the Des Moines Catholic Worker community in 1976.
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