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The Catholic Worker Movement Then and Now: A Call to Action

The Catholic Worker Movement Then and Now: A Call to Action

Date and Time

  • Thursday, September 24, 2020 from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Location

Zoom

5998 Alcala Park San Diego, CA 92110

Cost

0

Details

*Zoom link will be sent the day of the event*

This event is part of the USD Just Read! program. This event is also aligned with Homelessness and Food Insecurity Action Week 2020, which is hosted by the Urgent Challenges Collective and a number of partners on and off campus. 

In the midst of the Great Depression, Dorothy Day co-founded the Catholic Worker, a movement of people inspired by the teachings of Jesus to address poverty, war, religious and racial injustice, and more. Join us for a conversation with local members of the San Diego Catholic Worker to discuss the life and legacy of Dorothy Day, the work of the CW movement historically and today, and Catholic responses to homelessness in our city. This event is part of Homelessness and Food Insecurity Action Week 2020 and is co-sponsored by the Urgent Challenges Collective and the Center for Catholic Thought and Culture.
 
Attendees are encouraged to watch Dorothy Day: Don't Call Me a Saint (2007) prior to this event. View the film for free using your USD One credentials at this link: https://video.sandiego.edu/Watch/Gt6q9B8T

Sponsor(s)

Black and white profile image of Dorothy Day

This event is open to the public

Post Contact

Center For Educational Excellence
cee@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-7402

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