Monthly Archives: September 2014

Kevin Condron’s total for the Worcester Food Bank: $6,000

As regular readers know, I recently decided to hold the leadership of Holy Cross responsible for the harassment I am getting at the Vigil for Justice.  I had to take this step because 889 days have passed since Holy Cross … Continue reading

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Holding the Board of Trustees Responsible

I sent this to the Board of Trustees today, via the college lawyer Vincent O’Rourke: Dear Board, My efforts to contact you have all been ignored.   I will stay with the Vigil for Justice for as long as it takes … Continue reading

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“Go Home!”

It’s always the drunks or the idiots that yell “Go HOME!” when I am at the Vigil for Justice at Holy Cross.  It happens every few weeks.   I now have a standard reply: “Go back to HIGH SCHOOL!!” But it … Continue reading

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“We need, in every community, a group of angelic troublemakers.”

A friend shared these words with me. “We need, in every community, a group of angelic troublemakers.” –  Bayard Rustin Awarded Presidential Medal of Freedom, November 20, 2013

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To the Board of Trustees

Some words to remember: “Jesuit education rests on the premise that love is our origin and love our destination. God has loved us from the beginning and invites us to give ourselves in love as a response. At its best, … Continue reading

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September 11, 2006

On September 11, 2006, I was hiking in the Adirondack Mountains with my usual companions,  a motley group of self-employed people and priests with the day off.  On the way up and at the summit of a mountain, we talked … Continue reading

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Sad. Guess who notices?

The past three days have been out of the ordinary for me.  Since the Vigil for Justice began in March 2012, I have not had any sad days.  Maybe short parts of days when a sad memory returned, but no … Continue reading

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