Interview with Eleanor Josaitis
QUESTION 5
SHEILA C. BERNARD:

So you would have people in your home to talk about what?

ELEANOR JOSAITIS:

Father Cunningham, because of his ability to speak from the pulpit, intrigued me. I would invite him back to our home after Mass on Sunday, I would go up and down the block and get all the neighbors to come in, and we would discuss what was going on in the Civil Rights Movement, and we would discuss--

SHEILA C. BERNARD:

Stop for one second, stop for a second. I just need, we, we're not going to--

SHEILA C. BERNARD:

So you were trying to get your neighbors--

ELEANOR JOSAITIS:

Father Cunningham was the weekend Pastor and when he would finish a sermon, I would invite him over to our house and then I would get the neighborhood to come in and talk. And the purpose of getting everybody to talk was to try to understand what was going on and the, the confusion again, was,, ah, unreal.