Thursday, December 11, 2014

News Release: Mass With Janice Sevre-Duszynska, A Catholic Priest and Peace Activist at Catholic Worker House in Iowa

left to right: ARCWP women priests at SOA Watch Vigil Katy Zatsick, Janice Sevre-Duszynska, Diane Dougherty What: Mass with Rev Janice Sevre-Duszynska, a Catholic Priest & Peace Activist
Date: Friday Dec 12, 2014
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Site: Bp Dingman CW House, 1310 7th St. DM IA

  The DMCW Community is honored to host a Mass celebrated by long
time CW'er friend, peace activist and women Catholic Priest Janice
Sevre-Duszynska. Janice was ordained in 2008 into the Association of
Roman Catholic Women Priests community, and

  "Janice Sevre-Duszynska, DMin. was ordained a priest in 2008 in
Lexington, Kentucky. From teaching ESL to children from around the
world she says she learned about the value of nonviolence. A local and
national peace activist, she is a former Prisoner of Conscience for
the School of the Americas Watch and a former board member of the
Women’s Ordination Conference. She completed a Christian Peacemakers
Team delegation into the Sonora Desert of Mexico and Tucson in
solidarity with Mexican migrants as part of the Migrant Trail Walk.
She enjoys writing and is the media representative for ARCWP. She
presides at liturgies in Cincinnati, Ohio, and Lexington, Kentucky.
Phone: 856 684 4247

  Janice last visited DM in 2007 during the IA Caucus "Seasons of
Discontent: A Presidential Occupation Project" (SODaPOP) campaign.
(See attached photo)

  This service is open to all, all are welcome.

  Rev Janice Sevre-Duszynska and Frank Cordaro will also be Prayer
Leaders for the weekly 10 a.m. liturgy Sunday Dec 14 at the Des Moines
Intentional Eucharistic Community

For more info contact:

Frank Cordaro
515 282 4781 / c 515 490 2490
Phil Berrigan CW House
Occupy the World Food Prize campaign

Q: Who have you worked with in the Catholic Worker movement over the years?
A: To name a few . . . Frank Cordaro and Ed Bloomer of Des Moines CW;
Kathy Boylan and Art Laflin of the Dorothy Day CW in Washington, D.C.;
Liz McAllister, Ardeth Platte, Carol Gilbert, Susan Crane of Jonah
House; Anne Montgomery and Bill Bischel; friends at Holy Family CW –
Kansas City; friends at St. Francis/St. Joseph CW - Cincinnati; Mark
Coleville, Greg Williams – Amistad CW (CT); Carman Trotta, Freida
Berrigan, Maryhouse CW (NY); Friends at Su Casa and White Rose CW
Communities (Chicago); Jim Haber of Las Vegas CW; Don Timmerman,
Roberta Thurstin of The Sparrow Sings – Casa Maria CW (Milwaukee);
Carl Kabat and Chrissy of Carl Kabat/Karen CW House – St. Louis, MO;
Patrick O’Neill of Fr. Charlie Mulholland CW – Garner, NC; Sr. Megan
Rice, Mike Walli, Greg Boertje-Obed; Franciscans Jerry Zawada and
Louis Vitale; Jesuit Bill Brennan; Catholic Workers at large Bob Graf,
Joe Radoszewski, (Milwaukee); Brian Terrell, Kathy Kelly of Voices for
Creative NonViolence and others in resistance groups across the
From Via Pacis, July 2014 (PDF 6.3MB) Interview with female priest,
Rev. Janice Sevre-Duszynska | pg. 7

"Female Catholic priest celebrates Mass at St. Francis CW House" by
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