Los Angeles Catholic Worker Community

Los Angeles Catholic Worker Community

The L.A. Catholic Worker is a lay Catholic community of men and women which operates a free soup kitchen, hospitality house for the homeless, AIDS ministry, hospice for the dying, newspaper, and regularly offers prophetic witness in opposition to war-making and injustice. Each summer mid-June through early August, the L.A. Catholic Worker extends an invitation to any adult interested in joining us for a period of six weeks during the summer. It is an opportunity to live and work with a gospel-based community, to discern one's vocation, or just simply to deepen one's social justice experience on a first-hand basis. By the way, the weather here in Southern California is great too.

LOS ANGELES CATHOLIC WORKER
Ammon Hennacy House of Hospitality
632 North Brittania St.
Los Angeles, CA 90033-1722
323-267-8789
info@lacatholicworker.org

Hospitality Kitchen
(aka the "Hippie Kitchen")
821 E. 6th St.
(Corner of 6th St. and Gladys Ave. Near Central Ave.)
Los Angeles, CA 90021
213-614-9615

Email: info@lacatholicworker.org

Website: Los Angeles Catholic Worker Community

Publication: The Catholic Agitator

Volunteers needed:
Each summer mid-June through early August, the L.A. Catholic Worker extends an invitation to any adult interested in joining us for a period of six weeks during the summer. It is an opportunity to live and work with a gospel-based community, to discern one's vocation, or just simply to deepen one's social justice experience on a first hand basis. By the way, the weather here in Southern California is great too.


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