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Aims and Means of the Catholic Worker Movement
The mission and philosophy of the Catholic Worker Movement. . .
Catholic Worker Positions by Robert Ludlow
A concise restatement of the Catholic Worker philosophy emphasizing personal responsibility, a decentralized society, direct action, houses of hospitality, a revolution from below, and pacifism.
The Aims and Means of the Catholic Worker
Reprinted from The Catholic Worker newspaper, May 2012
The Works of Mercy
The Works of Mercy in Christian tradition are an abiding norm for the Catholic Worker Movement. They were at the heart of Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin's actions and vision.
The Catholic Worker Movement described in 120 words

In Dorothy Day's words:

In Peter Maurin's words:



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