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Cori Thibodeau

Executive Director

Office of Urban Affairs

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Office of Urban Affairs

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Background Information

Employment History

Local Director

CRS


Regional Director

Archdiocese of Cincinnati


Affiliations

The Roundtable Association of Catholic Diocesan Social Action

Board Member


Education

BA

religious education and sociology

The College of Mount St. Joseph


Master of Divinity

United Theological Seminary


Web References(44 Total References)


www.catholictranscript.org

Cori Thibodeau
Cori Thibodeau NEW HAVEN ? Only three weeks into her new job as director of the Archdiocesan Office of Urban Affairs, Cori Thibodeau has already gotten the lay of the land. ?My first task is to understand the history and contacts, and to make some assessments,? she said. ?But the one thing that I was encouraged about by this office,? she emphasized, ?is that there is a clear commitment to being at the service of the parish and empowering parishes to live out the social mission of the Church.? That?s an important distinction for Ms. Thibodeau, who comes from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, where she developed a reputation for being passionate about helping parishes and communities to create a just society. She worked there for more than seven years, most recently as regional director of the Catholic Social Action Offices, and as diocesan director for Catholic Relief Services. ?I was very happy with my current job and not really looking for a job,? she said about the opening in the Hartford Archdiocese. ?But when I saw the advertisement for the job, I was really impressed and encouraged by the work that was being done in the Archdiocese. ?Throughout the interview process, every piece fell absolutely right in place,? she said about the match. ?And I saw the potential to move in some different directions because of a staff size that is larger than the office in Ms. Thibodeau, who turns 30 this month, also traveled to Angola, Africa, as part of a legislative delegation to examine the role of the Church in calling for a more just use of natural resources. Ms. Thibodeau holds a Master of Divinity degree from United Theological Seminary in Ms. Thibodeau succeeds P. Joseph Smyth, who resigned Feb. 29after three and a half decades at the helm. However, Ms. Thibodeau brings her own vision and mission to the job. ?I appreciate what the office here has accomplished and the wonderful reputation it holds nationally,? she said. ?And I feel humbled to be in Joe?s place after he?s committed so many years of service here.?


www.catholictranscript.org

Cori Thibodeau
Cori Thibodeau NEW HAVEN ? Only three weeks into her new job as director of the Archdiocesan Office of Urban Affairs, Cori Thibodeau has already gotten the lay of the land. ?My first task is to understand the history and contacts, and to make some assessments,? she said. ?But the one thing that I was encouraged about by this office,? she emphasized, ?is that there is a clear commitment to being at the service of the parish and empowering parishes to live out the social mission of the Church.? That?s an important distinction for Ms. Thibodeau, who comes from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, where she developed a reputation for being passionate about helping parishes and communities to create a just society. She worked there for more than seven years, most recently as regional director of the Catholic Social Action Offices, and as diocesan director for Catholic Relief Services. ?I was very happy with my current job and not really looking for a job,? she said about the opening in the Hartford Archdiocese. ?But when I saw the advertisement for the job, I was really impressed and encouraged by the work that was being done in the Archdiocese. ?Throughout the interview process, every piece fell absolutely right in place,? she said about the match. ?And I saw the potential to move in some different directions because of a staff size that is larger than the office in Ms. Thibodeau, who turns 30 this month, also traveled to Angola, Africa, as part of a legislative delegation to examine the role of the Church in calling for a more just use of natural resources. Ms. Thibodeau holds a Master of Divinity degree from United Theological Seminary in Ms. Thibodeau succeeds P. Joseph Smyth, who resigned Feb. 29after three and a half decades at the helm. However, Ms. Thibodeau brings her own vision and mission to the job. ?I appreciate what the office here has accomplished and the wonderful reputation it holds nationally,? she said. ?And I feel humbled to be in Joe?s place after he?s committed so many years of service here.?


catholicroundtable.org [cached]

Rob Shelledy was elected Vice-Chair and Cori Thibodeau was elected Secretary/Treasurer.
Additionally, Rob Shelledy of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee was elected Vice-chair and Cori Thibodeau of the Archdiocese of Hartford was elected Secretary/Treasurer. Cori Thibodeau, Secretary/Treasurer Cori Thibodeau has been the executive director of the Office for Catholic Social Justice Ministry of the Archdiocese of Hartford since April 2008. She is also the diocesan director for the Catholic Campaign for Human Development and Catholic Relief Services. Prior to this appointment Cori served as the regional director of the Catholic Social Action Office in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati from 2001 to 2008. Cori has a BA in religious education and sociology from The College of Mount St. Joseph in Cincinnati, OH and a Master of Divinity from United Theological Seminary in Dayton, OH. Cori Thibodeau Cori Thibodeau has been the executive director of the Office for Catholic Social Justice Ministry of the Archdiocese of Hartford since April 2008. She is also the diocesan director for the Catholic Campaign for Human Development and Catholic Relief Services. Prior to this appointment Cori served as the regional director of the Catholic Social Action Office in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati from 2001 to 2008. Cori has a BA in religious education and sociology from The College of Mount St. Joseph in Cincinnati, OH and a Master of Divinity from United Theological Seminary in Dayton, OH.


www.archdiocese-hartford.org [cached]

Cori Thibodeau, Executive Director of the Office of Urban Affairs, welcomes participants during her executive report.


www.catholictranscript.org

"We wanted to honor Bishop Peter on the occasion of his 75th birthday, while promoting the work of our office to help parishes engaged in social justice ministry," said Cori Thibodeau, executive director of the Archdiocesan Office for Catholic Social Justice Ministry, the event's sponsor.


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