We are glad that you are interested in learning more about the Central Minnesota Catholic Worker. We are excited about the possibilities that exist and look forward to connecting with a variety of people to develop and sustain our Catholic Worker Community. As you browse the website, we invite you to think about ways that you could live in solidarity with those in our midst who are needing support along their journey. Know you are invited to pray with us, take part in our activities and be aware of the issues around us.

Dorothy Day commented that, "the final word is love." May we do what we can to live this out more fully in our local community and world.

The Latest

Mercy in the City
by THudock, Jan 30 2015

Those interested in the Catholic Worker and the values that fuel its work will enjoy a new book called "Mercy in the City: How to Feed the Hungry, Give Drink to the Thirsty, Visit the Imprisoned, and Keep Your Day Job." It is written by Kerry Weber, an editor at America magazine. 

Icon by Br. Robert Lentz, OFM
by LKragtBakker, Jan 18 2015

"As we reclaim MLK, let's reclaim the Pledge of Nonviolence he wrote. In 1963, Martin Luther King Jr. wrote a pledge that is often called the “Ten Commandments” of the movement. The pledge was a way of affirming the values at the heart of the Civil Rights Movement and protecting the ethos in the streets." (Shane Claiborne)