Sacred Tent is now hiring! We are looking for two young and responsible female live-in community members to reside at our community house in Clarendon Hills and offer up about ten hours per week to our ministry of serving the homeless. If you or someone you know is passionate about their Catholic faith and social justice and would like to work with us, please reach out.
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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.
St. Martin de Porres is a Catholic Worker community located in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. There is currently only one community member here and he is planning on applying to religious life with the hopes of beginning in the summer of 2024. Therefore, the community is seeking at least one new community member to come, be trained, and take over the operation.
Thanks to all who have been reaching out in support. While we are a bit overwhelmed with donations and tasks to continue getting the house organized (and would gratefully accept your involvement if you can spare some time), an updated wish list can be found here:
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.
We welcome 3-5 summer residents for the duration of the summer months, with some flexibility around start and end date. This is a volunteer role, where residents live upstairs and have food and housing in exchange for their service and contributions in the soup kitchen.