In this issue: CWers protest nuclear weapons at Volkel Air Base, White House; House of Grace Free Clinic granted zoning variance; Mary’s House vigil for James Barber execution; L.A. Catholic Worker on a roadmap to house the homeless; Pope Francis writes new preface to “From Union Square to Rome”; Amistad CW continues backyard hospitality for displaced tent encampment; Martha Hennessy on the Eucharistic Revival and the Catholic Church; London CW lauds Catholic bishops’ document on migrants; and more.
In this issue: Reflecting on “ecological conversion”; Theo Kayser protests NAATO exercises with Kommuniteten Senapskornet (Mustard Seed Community) in Luleå, Sweden; the canonization debate continues; a reflection on Dorothy Day’s complicated attitude toward sex; the complexity of racism in the Catholic Worker Movement; Des Moines CW receives a hefty bequest; and more.
In this issue: A new Catholic Worker in St. Louis; Claire Schaeffer-Duffy reports on her trip to Ukraine as part of the Zaporizhzhia Protection Project; St. Francis House plans a nine-day celebration for its 50th anniversary; “The Provocations of Dorothy Day” by Kate Hennessy; Vatican covers 90ths anniversary of CW; and much more.
In this issue: The Institute for Religious Peace and Justice changes its name to honor Jim Forest; Amistad Catholic Worker raises money for tiny houses; Theo Kayser is live-blogging the Catholic Worker Eurogathering; and Brian Terrell makes the case that Catholic Worker communities need to go beyond “hyper-local” activism.
In this issue: The Nation runs a long piece on the state of the movement; two new Catholic Worker communities now listed, bringing number of CW communities to 177; Iowa City raises $30,000 for new living space; Great Turning signs purchase agreement for second house; Chapp publishes “Confession of a Catholic Worker; death of Tampa CW co-founder Ann Doyle; Casa Maria preaches Christian nonviolence to gun owners; a conversation about voting; and more.
The future of the Catholic Worker at 90; CWers turned sociologists; European Catholic Workers; Cherith Brook raises $190,000 for rehab project.
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.
Here’s a roundup of Catholic Worker news for March 3, 2023, including a new film about the Kingsbay Plowshares 7, new community newsletters, a profile of Dorothy Gauchat, and more.
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..
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.
Here’s a roundup of Catholic Worker news for the week of January. 26, 2023, including two CW-authored op-eds about nuclear disarmament, the closing of the Parkland Catholic Worker, and more.