Oral history interview with Thomas C. Cornell

Interview conducted for Voices from the Catholic Worker. Thomas C. Cornell, former managing editor of The Catholic worker newspaper and founder of Guadalupe House in Waterbury, Conn. discusses his background with the Catholic Worker Movement and his thoughts on the Movement, the Catholic Church, and...

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Main Author: Cornell, Thomas C. 1934-
Other Authors: Troester, Rosalie Riegle.
Format: Cassette
Language: English
Published: 1988.
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Summary: Interview conducted for Voices from the Catholic Worker. Thomas C. Cornell, former managing editor of The Catholic worker newspaper and founder of Guadalupe House in Waterbury, Conn. discusses his background with the Catholic Worker Movement and his thoughts on the Movement, the Catholic Church, and social problems. He talks about how he came to the Catholic Worker, his deaconship, and changes in the Catholic Church. He also discusses social action, air raid drill resistance, the Catholic Worker Movement's relationship with the Plowshares movement and the Catholic Worker Movement's role in draft resistance and how the draft helped energize the community. Finally, he talks about his experiences with Dorothy Day and editing The Catholic worker. Interviewed by Rosalie Riegle Troester.
Physical Description: 5 sound cassettes (279 min.) : analog + abstract (44 leaves)
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