As we have worked to establish the Motels4Now program and ensure its sustainability, we have struggled to meet the monthly financial obligations of Our Lady of the Road and our Catholic Worker household. Would you please consider helping on a monthly basis and inviting others in your circle to do so? Together, we can continue practicing the works of mercy, listening for the promptings of God’s Spirit.
As she prepares to return to Israel for the trial of the man who assaulted her, Cassandra Dixon (Mary House Catholic Worker, Jackson, Wisconsin) is asking supporters to help the people of Tuba plant an olive grove on their land. Her appeal letter is reprinted here.
St. Martin de Porres is a Catholic Worker community located in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. There is currently only one community member here and he is planning on applying to religious life with the hopes of beginning in the summer of 2024. Therefore, the community is seeking at least one new community member to come, be trained, and take over the operation.
Sacred Tent CW is currently looking for two female live-in community members.
The Iowa City Catholic Worker recently appealed for financial help for a migrant farmworker badly injured in a grain elevator accident.
Strangers and Guests Catholic Worker Farm in Maloy, Iowa, is looking for new community members.
The Uganda Catholic Worker Community, currently homeless after eviction from its Kiboga district location, is appealing for $56,000 in donations. The funds will be used to purchase a house, a key step in their plan for self-sustainabilit
Complete scans of the newspaper from its first issue in 1933 through 2021 are available at the Catholic News Archive, which is maintained by the Catholic Research Resources Alliance.
The Catholic Worker Archives comprises more than 200 cubic feet, including the personal papers of Dorothy Day, Peter Maurin, and others involved in the movement; records of past and present Catholic Worker communities; photographs; audio and video recordings of interviews, talks, television programs, and peace demonstrations; and a wide variety of publications.
The Dorothy Day Guild was established in 2005. Housed in the offices of the Archdiocese of New York, its purpose is to: 1) spread the word of Day’s life work and sanctity; 2) identify the growing devotion to her by Catholics and non-Catholics; and 3) document healing attributed to her intercession.
Named in honor of Servant of God, Dorothy Day, the Center seeks to study and promote the work of the key figures and social movements she is associated with.
The Maurin Academy for Regenerative Studies is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization for alternative public education. Inspired by Peter Maurin’s call…
Thanks to all who have been reaching out in support. While we are a bit overwhelmed with donations and tasks to continue getting the house organized (and would gratefully accept your involvement if you can spare some time), an updated wish list can be found here:
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!
The Casa de Clara Catholic Worker (San Jose, CA) is looking for multiple new live-in intentional community members. If you’re…
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.
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.
We welcome 3-5 summer residents for the duration of the summer months, with some flexibility around start and end date. This is a volunteer role, where residents live upstairs and have food and housing in exchange for their service and contributions in the soup kitchen.