The following organizations are not Catholic Worker communities, but are affiliated with the Catholic Worker Movement. In order to be listed here, an organization or institution’s primary reason for existing must be to serve the Catholic Worker Movement in some way.
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.
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.
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 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.
The Maurin Academy for Regenerative Studies is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization for alternative public education. Inspired by Peter Maurin’s call…