Mary Beth and Johanna Bring Personalism to Healthcare within the Catholic Worker (CCW Ep 8)
In this episode, we hear from Mary Beth and Johanna from the House of Grace Catholic Worker in Philadelphia. There…
In this episode, we hear from Mary Beth and Johanna from the House of Grace Catholic Worker in Philadelphia. There they help run a free medical clinic as well as provide hospitality, garden, and support the management of a health clinic in Haiti.
House of Grace Catholic Worker
We are doing the Catholic Worker Free Clinic 4 sessions/week, We are doing Hospitality at Kassie Temple House, We still have two large community gardens and still facilitate the Kay […]
A Ministry of Presence – Drexel Magazine
Though little known outside of Kensington, the Catholic Worker Free Clinic that Johanna Berrigan founded at 1813 Hagert Street in 1991 is part of a network of long-standing organizations providing care for the homeless, addicted, and under- or uninsured of Philadelphia. Within a few blocks, anyone i…
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Daniel Ellsberg released this letter announcing that he has terminal pancreatic cancer on March 2.
Ellsberg is best known for leaking the Pentagon Papers to the New York Times in June 1972; however, in his letter he calls his work for nuclear disarmament his greatest cause. Ellsberg is also the father of Robert Ellsberg, editor at Orbis Books and managing editor of The Catholic Worker newspaper from 1976-1978.
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.
Cassandra Dixon of Mary House of Hospitality was seriously harmed by an Israeli settler on March 7 while she and an Italian observer were in the hills outside of Hebron near a village called Tuba. On April 26, she issued the following update to CatholicWorker.org.