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.

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by LKragtBakker, Nov 09 2014

You may have heard recently of Arnold Abbott, the 90-year old who was arrested for feeding the homeless in Fort Lauderdale. And before him you may have heard of others -- "a report by the National Coalition for the Homeless found that since 2010, there has been a 47 percent increase in the number of cities that have passed or introduced...

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by MWeyrens, Nov 08 2014

HAPPY BIRTHDAY DOROTHY DAY! She would be 117 years old and the Catholic Worker Movement is still going after it started 81 years ago. A great testament to the Holy Spirit working among us.

Some Dorothy Wisdom: 

"It is no use to say that we are born two thousand years too late to give room to Christ. Nor will those who...

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