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Prayer for the 115th birthday of the Venerable Servant of God Dorothy Day of New York

In the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. O God, Who by the life of Dorothy Day of New York has given us examples of Charity in the face of war, Culture that … Continue reading

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Romero Catholic Worker needs your support.

It’s summer time and one thing I’ve learned is that people get just as hungry in June, July, and August as they do in November and December. We continue to make nearly 400 deliveries every month of supplemental groceries to … Continue reading

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The Shame of Notre Dame

If there was any doubt that the leadership of Notre Dame University is confused about its Catholic identity, we need look no further than the presentation this week by Secretary of Defense Bob Gates to their annual commencement. Actually, the … Continue reading

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76 years of the Catholic Worker movement.

If you wonder why I do what I do. . . the answer is in the words below, which I am repeating here from my On Pilgrimage in Oklahoma blog. This is the Feast of St. Joseph the Worker.  On this … Continue reading

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