The Catholic - Labor Network

(Updated: November 27, 2009)

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The process for canonization has begun for Dorothy Day. Recently, the Guild for Doroty Day was established in New York, and has published a brochure. Click here for information on the canonization process.

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Documents & Articles which concern Catholic and Labor Issues

Papal Social Encyclicals

Other Catholic Social Teachings

Catholic Hospitals & Labor

Catholic Schools & Labor

Msgr. George Higgins

Catholic Worker Connection

General Articles of Interest

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The Catholic Worker Connection

In the 1930's, Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin began a movement that combined Catholic traditions, the new papal social encyclicals with a commitment to live out the Corporal Works of Mercy in a spirit of voluntary poverty.

Today, that tradition continues in many cities in our country and around the world. Some of the most thought provoking writings about living as a disciples of Jesus and walking in his path are coming from these communities.

As part of the Catholic - Labor Network, we dedicate this page to the writings of our brothers and sisters of the Catholic Worker Movement.

Selected articles of interest:

Papal Social Encyclicals
    Other Catholic Social Teachings
General Articles of Interest
Catholic Worker Connection
Labor Priests  Home Page
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