Catholic Worker movement today
The Catholic Worker, begun in New York City during the depression in 1933 by Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin, continues today in St. Joseph, just two blocks from St. Bens. The Central Minnesota Catholic Worker house of hospitality opened just last year and offers a place of friendship to those in need and a challenge to all injustice in society. We live in community, practice healthy, environmentally sound eating and purchasing, all as a matter of faith. Come hear who we are and how we're trying to change the world.
Gould, Craig, "Catholic Worker movement today" (2012). Forum Lectures. 184.
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