This is the first in a series of posts by Dorothy Day Tampa co-founder Mike Doyle about his experience of starting a Catholic Worker community in Florida.
Art Laffin (Dorothy Day CW, Washington, D.C.) reports on the Ash Wednesday liturgy held in front of the White House to call for the repentance of the United States.
Our ten-member community is hoping for two new live-in volunteers- one in each of our two guest houses.
Hope Vaughn from Emmaus House in Chicago talk about mutual aid networks, jail support, and being a young person (younger…
Here’s a roundup of Catholic Worker news for February 14, 2023, including a remembrance of Tom Cornell, an AgWeek report on Catholic Worker farms, and a new Catholic Worker community listing in the directory..
The pandemic nearly shuttered Duncan and Porter House of Hospitality, until a 1.000-mile road trip from a Catholic Worker cleaning crew gave the community a boost. Now the community is appealing for help paying for a new roof and floors.
Here’s a roundup of Catholic Worker news for February 7, 2023, including two CW-authored op-eds about nuclear disarmament, the closing of the Parkland Catholic Worker, and more.
In Japan, where I grew up, twelve years represents a full cycle of the zodiac calendar. With each “round” or “turn” of the zodiac cycle, we enter a new fullness of life. This year of the rabbit, twelve years after my first experiment with the Catholic Worker, I find myself in Portland, Oregon, at the newly formed Dandelion House Catholic Worker.
An obituary from the Ithaca Catholic Worker for longtime peace activist Louis (Louie) De Benedette, who passed away on October 22, 2022.
In our first mini-episode we introduce the Aims and Means of the Catholic Worker and read through the current iteration…
In this episode, we hear from Mary Beth and Johanna from the House of Grace Catholic Worker in Philadelphia. There…
We have a room open for a young person who does not want to enter the conventional American roadway to career and consumerism, or an older person who wants to leave it for a different path. We are not a typical urban CW community.