Norfolk Catholic Worker

Norfolk Catholic Worker

Small hospitality house offering short- and long-term hospitality to homeless women; serves breakfast on the street 3 mornings each week; faith-based intentional community; involved in organizing and nonviolent civil resistance against militarism, climate destruction, and racism locally and with the Atlantic Life Community; supports Plowshares movement for nuclear disarmament.

Norfolk Catholic Worker
Sadako Sasaki House
1321 W 38th St
Norfolk VA 23508

Phone: 757-423-5420

Publication: Simplicity

Volunteers needed:
Looking for students on break or for full-time live-in volunteers interested in living in community with homeless people at our hospitality house, working on the soup line, prayer and Scripture study, and activism. Drivers license preferable. Please contact Steve Baggarly.



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“We must make the kind of society where it is easier for people to be good.”

—Peter Maurin

“God meant for things to be much easier than we have made them.”

—Dorothy day