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Catholic Worker Akron seeks artists, photographers, and original content creators.



Style of Ade Bethune of Catholic Worker. Lino Cut and black and white. A scene of a street with people living in harmony together.

CWA is looking for original content related to the Catholic Worker movement as informed by the Aims and Means passed on by Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin and updated over time to reflect current realities.

"The aim of the Catholic Worker movement is to live in accordance with the justice and charity of Jesus Christ. Our sources are the Hebrew and Greek Scriptures as handed down in the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church, with our inspiration coming from the lives of the saints, “men and women outstanding in holiness, living witnesses to Your unchanging love.” (Preface to the Eucharistic Prayer for holy men and women)

This aim requires us to begin living in a different way. We recall the words of our founders, Dorothy Day who said, “God meant things to be much easier than we have made them,” and Peter Maurin who wanted to build a society “where it is easier for people to be good.”

-Reprinted from The Catholic Worker newspaper, May 2019 issue


CWA looking for people who are inspired byincrease The Aims and Means of the Catholic Worker. We are looking for original content to increase our readership and our volunteer base.

Our focus is social justice, immigration law, and environmental protection - we advocate for the dignity of each person and speak out against social injustice in it's many forms.


What do you get out of it? Community Membership

The chance to make a difference An opportunity to use your talents in the service of others

The reward that comes from a job well done


Send emails to cwa.technical@gmail.com or

akroncatholicworker@gmail.com to submit your pieces.


In Gratitude,

CWA



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