Gratitude from the Heart of Commonweal

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Gratitude from the Heart of Commonweal


For seventy-seven years, Commonweal has been able to provide a place for catholic, liberal, and opinionated voices to reach an audience of readers around the world. We have been able to do this because of the steadfast, generous support of the Commonweal Associates. Each year their contributions help us bridge the gap between our revenue and expenses. We want to thank all those who contributed to the Associates, and especially the 1,107 people listed below who gave $50 or more from January 19, 2000 through January 19, 2001.

Benefactors

Anonymous, IL
Anonymous, TX
Rev. Msgr. Joseph Alves, MA
Francis Neill Corbett, NY
Neil Coughlan, CT
Rev. Anthony DiRusso, NH
Susan Donnelly, MI
Lee F. Driscoll Jr., PA
James Duffy, NY
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph H. Dwan Jr., DC
Paul & Clare Faherty, IL
In memory of Sister Ita Ford, M.M., NJ
Peter B. Fritz, TX
Thomas Gallagher, NY
Robert G. Hoyt, NY
John & Miriam Hunt, NJ
Edward & Marguerite Kowaleski, MI
Mrs. Irving F. (Eulah) Laucks, WA
Rev. Robert E. Lauder, NY
Patricia MacManus, NY
Rev. Mr. Bartholomew J. Merella, MD
Gale & Angela Metzger, NJ
Judith Ann & John Neff, TN
Dennis O'Brien, VT
Mr. & Mrs. Daniel P. O'Connell, CT
Christian B. Peper, MO
Paul C. Saunders, NY
Valerie C. Scanlon, NY
Rev. A.J. Schumacher, WI
Joan & Richard Sexton, NY
Mary Simon, IL
Dr. Stephen J. Sweeny, NY

Supporters

Martha Baltzell, PA
Joseph C. Barbaccia, M.D., CA
Rev. William J. Bausch, NJ
Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Berner Jr., IL
Cyril & June Buersmeyer, MI
Blanche Childs, IL
Catherine M. Connolly, CA
Mrs. Margaret Culkin, CA
Dr. James B. Finn, MO
Thomas & Rita Marie Finnerty, NY
Donald Gancer, IL
Rev. Norman Imgrund, PA
Tom Johnson, TX
Rev. J. A. Komonchak, MD
John & Mary Korey, CA
Mrs. J. Craig Kuhn, PA
Thomas & Barbara Kummerer, IL
Frank & Julia Ladner, IL
Stephen Manning, KY
Edward F. Mannino, PA
Alice E. Mayhew, NY
John G. McKevitt, PA
Mother of Consolation Church, WI
Jonathan & Shirley O'Herron, CT
Margery B. Parry, FL
Joseph & Irene Roach, NY
Peter & Ann Robinson, CT
Kurt & Lois Schilling, V.M.D., CA
Gertrude A. Schlachter, NY
Rev. Richard E. Senghas, ME
Peter & Margaret O'Brien Steinfels, NY
Margaret M. Sullivan, DC
Joseph J. Tunney, MA
Eugene J. Vader Jr., MN
Eugene Vades, MN
Janet P. Vickrey, NY
Mary J. Wodynski, IL
Monica Serpe Yolles, IL

Patrons

Anonymous, MI
W. Shepherdson Abell, MD
William R. Bailey, VA
Suzanne McSorley & Thomas Baker, NJ
Geraldine Baldwin, NY
Richard J. Barber, M.D., MD
Loring W. Batten III, NY
Vivian Segall & Paul Baumann, CT
Charles A. Bentel, NY
Joseph P. Bevak, NY
Vivienne Blanquie, CA
Jeffrey J. Bowe III, MA
M. Joseph Bowler, M.D., MI
William D. Broderick, VA
Marie Caffrey, WI
Edward J. Carville, CA
Alfred Cavanaugh, CA
Rev. James Challancin, IN
Joan Challinor, DC
Joseph & Rosalie Cieply, IL
Rev. John A. Coleman, S.J., CA
Rev. Daniel J. Collins, Tokyo
John M. Corcoran, MA
In memory of Thomas F. Coughlin & Family
Rev. Andrew W. Cryans, NH
Miriam & Tom Curnin, NY
Most Rev. Thomas Curry, CA
John & Marguerite D'Amico, NJ
Edward M. Davin, VA
Rev. Walter Debold, NJ
James L. Deegan, DC
Samuel E. Demerit, MA
Ellen DeNatale, MA
Bernard J. Dobbins, CA
Clarence C. Donovan, CA
William C. & Linda Dowling, NJ
Rev. Robert F. Drinan, S.J., DC
Barbara A. Durbin, AZ
Jean B. Elshtain, TN
Thomas Ewens, RI
Gail Lambers & Peter J. Fagan, MD
Thomas L. Farrelly, NY
Rev. Robert Fenzl, WI
Arthur W. Fleming, M.D., PA
Jacqueline Fontinell, NY
Thomas C. Franco, NY
Mrs. R. E. Frane, MO
Peter J. & Dorothea Gilligan, MN
Charles & Bonnie Glatz, IA
Aaron W. Godfrey, NY
Mrs. Margaret S. Goheen, NJ
In memory of James G. Good, NY
Rev. Louis E. Grandpre, MI
George W. Grayson, VA
Rev. Thomas I. Healy, IL
J. Bryan Hehir, MA
Harry H. Hinkle, NY
Thomas A. Hopkins, PA
Walter Hranilovich, OH
W. … 

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