The Photos for the May 19th Vandenberg Vigil are up. Five people were arrested including Jeff Dietrich and Mike Wisniewski from the LACW and Dennis Appel from the Guadalupe CW.
May 23 2007
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May 17 2007
If you missed it, please feel free to come visit some other time!
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Feb 26 2007
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Dec 26 2006
Merry Christmas from all of us!
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Dec 11 2006
It’s getting cold at night on the streets so we are looking for donations of warm jackets and sweaters in good condition to share with our friends on Skid Row. Donations can be dropped off or mailed to the Catholic Worker House at 632 N. Brittania St. Thanks so much!
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Dec 10 2006
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Dec 10 2006
Last Sunday about 1,000 students from St. Paul, Damien and Bosco Tech High Schools walked 26 miles from East LA to the ocean to raise money for the LA Catholic Worker. Thanks for all your hard work guys!
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Oct 18 2006
The September 25th Declaration of Peace Action was a great success! A large group of people including many Catholic Worker volunteers and friends shut down the Hollywood Military Recruiting Center for the entire day! The protest was completely non-violent and no one was arrested. To see pictures of the event click here.
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Aug 24 2006
Jeff Dietrich who was sentenced Friday Aug 18 to thirty days in jail for a March civil disobedience protest of the Iraq war was released Sunday morning Aug. 20 after spending only 36 hours in lock-up!
“I was freed by grace “he said, “the same grace that prevents all of our homeless friends from doing punitive jail time for insignificant ‘quality of Life crimes’. The jails are over crowded and the sheriff is forced to release all ‘non-violent’ offenders after they have served a mere one tenth of their sentence. Thank God for ACLU law suits that prevent the authorities from packing the already over crowded jails and making an unbearable situation even worse”
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Aug 18 2006
Today Jeff went to court to be sentenced for his March 20th action commemorating the third anniversary of the Iraq War. He told the judge that he pled proudly guilty of protesting this immoral and illegal war, and was sentenced to 30 days in LA County Jail. After lunch with Catherine and the rest of the community he turned himself in at 3PM.
Click here to see photos of the demonstration.
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