|Statement||by Marc H. Ellis.|
|Series||A Deus book|
|LC Classifications||BX810.C393 E44|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||140 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||140|
|LC Control Number||78061722|
Sixty-six years ago the Catholic Worker movement began with the opening of a shared aprtment as a house of hospitality and the selling of the Catholic Worker newspaper for a . Get this from a library! A year at the Catholic Worker. [Marc H Ellis] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n library. Catholic Worker Books. A Year at the Catholic Worker, by Marc Ellis. Baylor University Press, Waco, TX. *Your Ways Are Not My Ways, and The Gospel of Peace, by Fr. John Hugo. Available from Cecelia Marie Lyons, 3 Loretta St., Latrobe, PA This rich oral history weaves a tapestry of memories and experience from interviews, roundtable discussions, personal memoirs, and thorough research. In the sixtieth anniversary year of the Catholic Worker, Rosalie Riegle Troester reconfirms the diversity and commitment of a movement that applies basic Christianity to social problems.5/5(5).
Fifty years ago, Dorothy Day sold the first issue of the Catholic Worker in New York, and one of the most remarkable newspapers in American history was born. It advocated something revolutionary for America: the union of Catholicism with a passionate concern for social justice and with personal activism. Today, the Catholic Worker, still a monthly with some , subscribers, remains a. These diary entries written by Dorothy Day in provide an intimate look into Day's personal life as well as essential background for understanding the Catholic Worker movement, which she founded. In this book, Day writes about all facets of her life.4/5. New York, Catholic Worker Books, c p. On Pilgrimage: The Sixties. New York, Curtis Books, c p. The movement publishes a tabloid-size organ seven times a year, The Catholic Worker. Started by an itinerant French worker-scholar (and illegal immigrant) Peter Maurin and Dorothy Day, a veteran left-wing journalist and Catholic convert, the paper was first sold in New York City, at a Communist Party May Day rally in Union Square, for a penny a copy, in
With this in mind, I asked Dr. Byrne, a British expert on the Catholic Worker Movement and Distributism, to introduce TIA readers to her recently published book The Catholic Worker Movement (): A Critical Analysis (Bloomington: AuthorHouse, , . The Catholic Worker was founded in , and was edited by Dorothy Day until her death in No issue or contribution copyright renewals were found for this serial. No issue or contribution copyright renewals were found for this serial. The Catholic Worker is a newspaper published seven times a year by the Catholic Worker Movement community in New York newspaper was started by Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin to make people aware of church teaching on social said the word "Worker" in the paper's title referred to "those who worked with hand or brain, those who did physical, mental, or spiritual ation: 25, March —The Catholic Worker, iconic newspaper of the Catholic Worker movement for more than 80 years, is now available online. The Catholic Worker movement began in New York City in It was founded by Dorothy Day, a radical journalist and Catholic convert, .