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Kevin A. Codd

Rector

American College at Louvain

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Employment History

Pastor

St Thomas More Catholic Student Center (WSU)


Pastor

Sacred Heart Catholic Church


Rector

The American College of the Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium


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News & Events

www.bishopwhiteseminary.org [cached]

On September, 2001, Father Kevin Codd was installed as the fifteenth Rector of The American College at Louvain, Belgium.He had been serving as the College's Vice-Rector for Formation since September of 1998.Father Codd is a priest of the Diocese of Spokane and a 1975 graduate of Bishop White Seminary and Gonzaga University.In addition to being an alumnus, Fr. Codd has also served as a spiritual director to several Bishop White seminarians.Moreover, he is well known as an avid promoter of vocations to the priesthood.The Mass of installation was celebrated in the chapel of the seminary and was presided over by the Rev. Msgr.Pearson installed Fr. Codd and read a letter of congratulations on behalf of Bishop Skylstad and the Diocese of Spokane.


January - February 2003 - Faith Movement

www.faith.org.uk [cached]

For example, Fr Kevin Codd, the Rector of the American College at Louvain, has protested that the charges cited by Rose that were made by a student dismissed from Louvain were "wholly without merit or foundation" and that the college does not have a "gay subculture" but is a healthy seminary community.


Pastor

www.mht-eh.org [cached]

You may think that you have in hand the Most Holy Trinity bulletin but this week it is the MHT Sunday Book Review section. (And it's so much lighter than the real thing!) Today I am writing you about a book I've just finished: To the Field of Stars: A Pilgrim's Journey to Santiago de Compostella by Kevin Codd (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2008).
Transparency alert: Kevin Codd is a friend of mine. He is the former rector of The American College of Louvain, Belgium where I served as Vice Rector and taught liturgy and homiletics. We see Kevin in all his humanness and all his virtues and flaws. Beside that are the pictures he paints of the lands and towns he walks through, but above all of the people he meets.


Administrative Division: Inland Register

www.dioceseofspokane.org [cached]

Kevin Codd.
Msgr. Codd is currently on sabbatical in the Philippines, helping with parish ministries, after serving from July 1999 until July 2007 as Vice Rector, then Rector, of the American College of Louvain, the seminary in Belgium where he studied prior to ordination as a priest. Codd said. After his return to Louvain in 1999 to serve as Vice Rector, Msgr. Codd said that the idea of making this pilgrimage remained only an idea, because during his summer vacations he returned to Spokane to be with his elderly, ailing mother and the rest of his extended family. "After her death in November, 2002," Msgr. Codd said, "I realized that for the fist time I might actually be able to remain in Europe during my summer break and finally make this pilgrimage become a dream come true." At the end of the academic year in July, 2003, Msgr. Codd traveled by train from Belgium to Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port, a small town on the French-Spanish border. From there he began a walk of about 500 miles across Spain to Santiago de Compostela. "Even as I was walking," the priest said, "I knew something extraordinary was happening to me." The experience of making this long pilgrimage, following in the footsteps of countless pilgrims who have the made the same walk since Medieval times was, Msgr. Codd said, "an experience that was deeply touching on every level of life: social, spiritual, physical, vocational. The cast of characters who were a daily part of my life made for a lively and fluid community to be a part of along the Camino. The solitude gave me plenty of time for prayer and for taking stock of my life as a priest." From the beginning of his pilgrimage, Msgr. Codd kept a daily journal in which he recorded his experiences and feelings, and that journal later became the basis for his book, To the Field of Stars. "Some months after completing the pilgrimage," he said, "I began to reread my journal; I felt there was something special in its pages worthy of sharing, so I then took the following Christmas vacation to begin writing. I showed the results to a couple of good friends, and they thought the (manuscript merited publication)." Over the years, numerous articles by Msgr. Codd have appeared in magazines and journals, but getting a book published was something else again. He finally found what he calls "a very good and enthusiastic publisher," the Wm. B. Eerdmans Co. Codd said, to choose just two or three from the many extraordinary experiences he had while on pilgrimage. "One that stands out," he said, "was an evening in the beautiful city of Burgos. Codd had on his pilgrimage "probably," he said, "falls into the category of 'miracle.' One morning outside the city of Astorga, I and my fellow pilgrims were caught in a violent thunder and lightning storm. Codd said, "I was reading a very funny book, written by an Englishman, about his own pilgrimage to Compostela accompanied by a donkey, and later by his family, as well. Codd observed, the experience of making the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela "made me much more aware of my own weakness and frailty as a human being and believer. Codd said, "I hope my own story as told in To the Field of Stars captures in words the deep richness of the pilgrim's life on the Camino, both in the particular details of daily life and in the more reflective passages….


CruxNews.com

www.cruxnews.com [cached]

In May, our Contributing Editor Michael S. Rose prepared a set of questions regarding Nash and sent them to ACL's current Rector, Fr. Kevin Codd, who graciously replied.According to Codd, Fr. Nash was hired as ACL's official recruiter by former Rector Fr. David Windsor in 1999.Codd assures that there is "nothing in [Nash's] file to indicate any reason whatsoever to be suspicious of his character or behavior, either before or during his time in Louvain.Fr. Codd did not respond to this question.


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