Oakland Catholic Worker

Dorothy Day House Berkeley

Martin de Porres House of Hospitality San Francisco

Los Angeles Catholic Worker

Tenemos Catholic Worker San Francisco

Gainesville Catholic Worker

Des Moines Catholic Worker

Charlottesville Catholic Worker

Bread & Roses Catholic Worker Olympia WA

Cherith Brook Catholic Worker Kansas City

Grace Place Catholic Worker Community Cincinnati

St. Louis Karen House Catholic Worker

Los Vegas Catholic Worker

New Orleans Catholic Worker

San Diego Catholic Worker


Via Pacis, quarterly newspaper of the Des Moines Catholic Worker Community

The Catholic Agitator, newspaper of the Los Angeles Catholic Worker

London Catholic Worker Newsletter

San Diego Catholic Worker Newspaper

Here are some youtube videos of individual Catholic Workers in the Sugar Creek Midwest Catholic Worker Retreat 2009

A youtube video of Dorothy Day’s granddaughter talking about her grandmother


About angelolopez

I’ve wanted to be an artist all my life. Since I was a child I’ve drawn on any scrap of paper I could get a hold of. When I went to San Jose State University, I became more exposed to the works of the great fine artists and illustrators. My college paintings were heavily influenced by the humorous illustrations of Peter De Seve, an illustrator for the New Yorker magazine. I also fell under the spell of the great muralists of the 1930s, especially Thomas Hart Benton and Diego Rivera. I graduated with a degree in Illustration. Since my time in college, my goal has been to be a successful children’s book illustrator. I’ve illustrated 3 books: Two Moms the Zark and Me by Johnny Valentine in 1993; Night Travelers by Sue Hill in 1994; and Cherubic Children’s New Classic Story Book Volume 2 for Cherubic Press in 1998. I’ve painted murals for Lester Shields Elementary School in San Jose, the Berryessa branch of the San Jose Public Library, and Grace Community Church in Los Altos. I’ve had a few illustrations published in South Bay Accent Magazine and I will have an illustration published in the January/February issue of Tikkun magazine.
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