|提及的人：||Dorothy Day; Peter Maurin|
|注意：||Site maintained by Jim Allaire.|
|详述：||Mode of access: Internet.|
The Catholic Worker Movement was founded by Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin in 1933. The basis of the movement's belief is in a God-given dignity of every human person and a commitment to nonviolence, voluntary poverty, and the works of mercy as a way of life. This site contains information on contemporary Catholic Worker thought and action, a directory of the over 175 Catholic Worker communitites in the world, biographical information on Peter Maurin and Dorthy Day, and writings and essays by Peter Maurin and Dorothy Day.