The New York Catholic Worker has put out a call to all Catholic Worker communities to help it update its master list.
Unimaginable terror afflicts refugees, including children, on dilapidated boats crossing the Mediterranean Sea. Humane alternatives should guide policies.
In the wake of the deadly shipwreck that killed several hundred refugees, the London Catholic Worker held a prayer vigil outside the Home Office to name and remember all refugees who have died trying to seek sanctuary in Europe and the United Kingdom. This news release is from Brother Johannes Maertens of the London Catholic Worker.
Today we have Brian Terrell joining us from Strangers and Guests Catholic Worker Farm in tiny Maloy, Iowa. Brian discusses what they’re growing at the farm, whether it’s really worth growing your own beans and what it was like living with Dorothy Day compared to how she is thought of nowadays.
After raising more than $195,000 to purchase a second house, The Great Turning CW turns to the work of hospitality and expanding its urban farming operation.
This is the fourth in a continuing series of articles about how to start a Catholic Worker community, told through the lived experience of the Tampa Catholic Worker.
Forty-five years after the publication of Michael Garvey’s “Confessions of a Catholic Worker,” Larry Chapp has written his own “Confession.” But his attempt to link the theology of Joseph Ratzinger and Hans Urs von Balthasar to the vision of Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin is far off the mark, writes Brian Terrell.