Brian Terrell Explores the Evolving Identity of the Catholic Worker Movement (CCW Ep 18)

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.

In this episode of “Coffee with Catholic Workers,” hosts Theo Kayser and Lydia Wong interview Brian Terrell of Strangers and Guests Catholic Worker Farm in Maloy, Iowa, Brian discusses life on the farm, the significance of growing your own food, his experience living with Dorothy Day, and his belief that the movement risks losing its identity if it fails to carry on Dorothy and Peter’s vision of a revolution aimed at creating a world where it is easier for people to be good.

Coffee with Catholic Workers is a podcast by and about Catholic Workers. Every two weeks, join Lydia Wong and Theo Kayser for a conversation with some of their favorite Catholic Worker folk. Special thanks to sound engineer Chris of Bloomington, IN.

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