Frits ter Kuile (Jeannette Noel House, Amsterdam, Netherlands) joins Coffee with Catholic Worker to share his story, which ranges from anarchist squats to imprisonment for draft resistance to marches across the U.S. for peace. He also shares some of the good work being done by other Catholic Workers across Europe.
Catholic Workers attending the Midwest Catholic Worker Faith and Resistance Gathering were among dozens who participated in nonviolent direct actions at Truax Air Force Base and Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers’ office on Monday to oppose the deployment of F-35 fighter jets to the base.
“Loneliness is the greatest poverty, Mother Teresa said.” In this edition of Mason Street Musings, Claire Schaeffer-Duffy recounts the stories of a 20-year-old guest working jobs up and down the coast and a toddler named Davide. “Time is looping back on itself,” she writes, reflecting on how she and Scott are once again working on issues of nuclear disarmament, just as they did as young Catholic Workers.
By Art Laffin, Dorothy Day Catholic Worker House (Washington, DC) March 21, 2023 Humanity is at a critical crossroads. The…
. Isaiah 8:22 – 9:5 Anguish has taken wing, dispelled is darkness; for there is no gloom where there was…
I’ve just returned from the national Catholic Worker gathering in Worcester, Massachusetts, which celebrated the Mustard Seed Catholic Worker’s fiftieth…
The CW “no longer follows in Dorothy Day’s footsteps,” some complain, but I am confident that if on the day I arrived at the CW in New York almost 50 years ago I told Dorothy that I had come to follow in her footsteps, she would have immediately put me on a bus home.
Simone Weil Catholic Worker is looking for live-in intentional community members/Catholic Workers (full time, but p/t outside work is fine); live-in (or local) summer volunteers; members of a new associate community of folks living in our second house and sharing in our life while working and contributing to rent….
This Lent, we invite you to support our work financially. We are so grateful for the support offered to our community during the Advent season, which gave us a few months of peace of mind. However, this spring, we are now once again facing a monthly shortfall. Donations, especially recurring donations of any size, are greatly appreciated!
Here’s a roundup of Catholic Worker news for March 20, 2023, including four calls for volunteers, Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin as literary figures, the impact on the Catholic Worker on sociologists, news from Cassandra Dixon in Palestine, and more.
Cassandra Dixon of Mary House of Hospitality was seriously harmed by an Israeli settler on March 7 while she and an Italian observer were in the hills outside of Hebron near a village called Tuba. Both were volunteers with Operazione Colomba (Operation Dove), the “nonviolent Peace Corps” of the Pope John XXIII community based in Italy, She issued the following statement.
The Casa de Clara Catholic Worker (San Jose, CA) is looking for multiple new live-in intentional community members. If you’re…
Author D.L. Mayfield joins Coffee with Catholic Worker to talk about her new book, Unruly Saint: Dorothy Day’s Radical Vision and its Challenge for Our Time.
Lydia’s House, a Catholic Worker in Cincinnati, Ohio, is accepting applicants for the two-year Dorothy Day fellowship program in Community Ministry and Maternal and Early Childhood Advocacy
Hildegard House (Duluth, MN) is looking for someone to help with hospitality to asylum seekers from May to September — and longer, if it seems like a good fit.
March 24 – 27, 2023 The focus of the weekend is preparing for a resistance direct action that we will…
Here’s a lecture delivered by Robert Ellsberg at Loyola University Chicago’s Joan and Bill Hank Center for Catholic Intellectual Heritage on February 17, 2017. Ellsberg was a member of the Catholic Worker community in New York from 1975 to 1980, and served as the managing editor of The Catholic Worker newspaper from 1976 to 1978. He later went on to become editor-in-chief at Orbis Books.
This is the second in a continuing series of articles about how to start a Catholic Worker community, told through the lived experience of the Tampa Catholic Worker.
Do you ever wonder what life is like on an organic vegetable farm? Do you yearn to make an impact on local food justice? Our farm would be an excellent place for you to contribute to food justice, land stewardship, and community-building missions while learning valuable skills.
Hello friends, Help us say no to war, environmental pollution, militarism, and F-35’s in Madison or anywhere else! The 20th…