Are you being summoned to love thy neighbor differently? Join us as we journey in faith with a virtual six-week study guided by Servant of God Dorothy Day’s autobiography – The Long Loneliness. Classes for twelve attendees held quarterly and a book is provided. Imagine the possibilities…….. To register, please visit https://www.dorothydaytampa.org/get-engaged
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We are looking for people interested in joining a small, live-in Catholic Worker community. Prior community living experience, grounding in spiritual practice, and commitment to a nonviolent revolution are helpful. Contact Dandelion House Catholic Worker.
Each summer mid-June through early August, the L.A. Catholic Worker extends an invitation to any adult interested in joining us for a…
We are looking for one or two people to join Wallyhouse, a Catholic Worker
community that welcomes volunteers dedicated to the spiritual and corporal works of
mercy. Wallyhouse is the only CW house of hospitality in Hawaii. It is located in the
former rectory of St Elizabeth’s Episcopal Church, surrounded by public housing and a
number of homeless folks living in tents.
We have a room open for a young person who does not want to enter the conventional American roadway to career and consumerism, or an older person who wants to leave it for a different path. We are not a typical urban CW community.
Casa de Clara Catholic Worker, located in beautiful San Jose, CA, has two positions open for workers who are looking to help us rebuild. We shut down in 2021 due to Covid and the need to do a rash of renovations to our house but we’re trying to get started again. We love to have your help. The need in San Jose is great as we have a burgeoning homeless population and an ever-increasing wealth gap.