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The Catholic Worker Movement does not have official recognition from the Church, nor is the movement actively seeking it. It is best known for its "houses of hospitality" in the inner cities.
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André House of Arizona
Hospitality House in Phoenix based on the traditions of the CW and the Holy Cross order.
Brot & Rosen Community
Brot und Rosen Community in Hamburg, Germany, has information in both English and German about German Catholic Worker communities.
Jumping-off point for the Catholic Worker Roundtable, the Dorothy Day Library on the Web, and other Catholic Worker links. Also a list of Catholic Worker houses with web pages.
Multifaceted nonprofit organization based in Boston's South End and Roxbury neighborhoods. Offers overview mission, story, people and what we do.
Houston Catholic Worker
Articles on the history, philosophy, theology, and practice of the Catholic Worker Movement. Description of services provided by Casa Juan Diego to the homeless, battered women, and new immigrants in Houston, Texas. Includes newspaper and links.
Las Vegas Catholic Worker
Opportunities to serve the poor and work for justice. Photos of recent activities.
London Catholic Worker
A Community of the international radical Christian ‘Catholic Worker’ movement.
Los Angeles Catholic Worker
LACW founded in 1970, serving the poor and homeless on LA's Skid Row.
Oakland Catholic Worker
Hospitality house working with immigrants from Mexico and Central America.
Pie and Coffee
A hospitality weblog loosely connected with the Worcester CW, providing news about the CW movement, and acts of civil disobedience.
San Diego Catholic Worker
Serves noontime meals to poor and homeless of San Diego, and operates a house of hospitality for single men.
St. Benedict Catholic Worker
Catholic Worker and Benedictine spirituality explored. Ministry to the poor, homeless, and incarcerated in Fresno, California. Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin photos.
St. Martin House of Hospitality (San Francisco)
Founded in 1971 Martin's is a community of people with diverse spiritual practices inspired by the Catholic Worker Movement, and operates a soup kitchen.
Temenos Catholic Worker
Support services for homeless youth in the Polk Street neighborhood of San Francisco.
Vancouver Catholic Worker
Providing hospitality to the poor and needy of Vancouver, British Columbia. Has information about events, and contact information.
Last update:May 20, 2016 at 11:45:05 UTC