2003

2003 Aug BIO for STRATCOM conf

Frank Cordaro (Iowa) is a lifetime career activist for peace and justice. He lives with and is a founding a member of the 32-year old Des Moines Catholic Worker (DMCW) community (www.DesMoinesCatholicWorker.org) providing daily hospitality to needy people. Cordaro subscribes to a long tradition of civil disobedience as a model and means for effecting social… Continue reading 2003 Aug BIO for STRATCOM conf

2003

Aug 2003 Interviews A.Milen & P.Fitzgerald -Re “D.Day DM Vist Nov 1952” p. 5

Aug 2003  Interviews A.Milen & P.Fitzgerald -Re “D.Day DM Vist Nov 1952” p. 5 DOROTHY DAY’S DES MOINES VISIT November, 1952 By Frank Cordaro Amy Millen and Pat Fitzgerald were the St. Joseph’s Academy students, who interviewed Dorothy Day in Des Moines in November, 1952.  Below is a recent interview with Frank Cordaro:     … Continue reading Aug 2003 Interviews A.Milen & P.Fitzgerald -Re “D.Day DM Vist Nov 1952” p. 5

2003

Aug 2003 v.p. Leave of Absence Statement p. 7

Bishop Charron of Des Moines accepted Frank Cordaro’s request for a leave of absence effective August 1, 2003. Below is Frank’s statement regarding his leave. August 1, 2003 Dear friends; It is with great sadness I write I am leaving active priestly ministry. There were many issues that contributed to this decision, the most influential… Continue reading Aug 2003 v.p. Leave of Absence Statement p. 7

2003

2003 Feb v.p. “In Memory of 4 Peacemakers: Fr Dick McSorely, Kassie Temple, Ladon Sheats and Fr. Mike Colonese” p. 6

2003 Feb v.p. “In Memory of 4 Peacemakers: Fr Dick McSorely, Kassie Temple,  Ladon Sheats and  Fr. Mike Colonese”  p. 6   IN MEMORY OF FOUR PEACEMAKERS By Frank Cordaro   Fr. Dick McSorely, S.J.  Presente! Fr. Dick McSorely, a Jesuit priest from Georgetown University, died in October 2002, in Washington, D.C.  He was 88… Continue reading 2003 Feb v.p. “In Memory of 4 Peacemakers: Fr Dick McSorely, Kassie Temple, Ladon Sheats and Fr. Mike Colonese” p. 6