Catholic Worker history discussion at the 75th anniversary Catholic Worker gathering

posted by Mike on July 14th, 2008

History panel

Catholic Worker National Gathering, July 11, 2008, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Worcester, Massachusetts.

Introduction by Michael Boover of Anna Maria College. The panel for this discussion was moderated by historian David O’Brien of Holy Cross College. Panel includes Mel Piehl, author of Breaking Bread: The Catholic Worker and the Origins of Catholic Radicalism in America, and the Dean of Humanities and History at Valparaiso University; Nancy Roberts, history professor at New York University, Albany, and author of The Influence of Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker Movement, and American Catholic Pacifism; Rosalie Riegle, Author of Voices of the Catholic Worker, professor emerita of theology at the College of Saint Benedict; and Dan McKanan, author of The Catholic Worker After Dorothy Day: Practicing the Works of Mercy in a New Generation, and now at Harvard.

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