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COVID-19 UPDATE – We CAN Use Volunteers

Hello, outside world! We hope you all have been staying safe and healthy! With this ongoing crisis, we have continued to provide take-out food to our Skid Row community during the regular serving hours. The food is going faster than it has in decades. It has taken careful calculations and creative use of our stove …

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COVID-19 UPDATE

In light of current events, for the health and safety of our friends in Skid Row, the Hippie Kitchen will remain open but is offering Take Out service only during the coronavirus situation, during regular serving hours. We do not need any new volunteers at this time. Some of our other regular services will also …

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STATIONS OF THE CROSS AND SEDER CANCELED

Due to the discouragement of large gatherings, we are so sorry to have to cancel this year’s Stations of the Cross as well as our annual Seder of Liberation celebration. Although we cannot gather this year, our extended community of friends, family, supporters, and volunteers are not forgotten, we pray we see you all soon.

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WE ARE STILL OPEN!

Because people still need to eat, we are temporarily keeping our regular serving hours. We are taking extra precautions around our kitchen to maintain a healthy environment for everyone who comes through. If you have been feeling sick, PLEASE do not volunteer at this time, we will have to send you home. However, if you …

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Join Us For Our Annual Spring Events!

We look forward to seeing you at our upcoming events!

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February 2020 Catholic Agitator – 50 Years of the LACW (Part 1)

The February 2020 issue of the Catholic Agitator is now online In this edition, we celebrate 50 years of the Los Angeles Catholic Worker (and Catholic Agitator). This issue highlights some great articles and photos from the LACW’s first 25 years–1970-1995. The next issue will cover the second 25 years. In this issue: There is …

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December 2019 Agitator

The December 2019 issue of the Catholic Agitator is now online. In this issue: Annual Appeal – Downtown Gangsters Grow Old and Be Strong  by Jeff Dietrich Wisdom From Skid Row Remembering Karan by Sarah Fuller Hospitality and Resistance at the Venice Catholic Worker by Lisa Redmond Ammon Hennacy by Kaleb Havens My Summer at the LACW by Gloria …

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Hippie Kitchen Closed for Thanksgiving!

Please note that the LACW Hospitality Kitchen (aka Hippie Kitchen) is closed on Tuesday, November 26 for needed maintenance, and Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 28. However, we will again be open on Saturday, November 30.

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October 2019 Catholic Agitator

The October 2019 issue of the Catholic Agitator is now online! In this issue: Catholic Worker Spirituality And The Church by Sarah Fuller Challenging The Narrative by Robert Peppey Volunteer of the Month: Bud Fice  by Kaleb Havens Blowing The Dynamite by Peter Maurin The Silence Is Deafening by Mike Wisniewski Roman Catholic Womenpriests by …

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LACW Protests Prudential Financial’s Ties to GEO Group

This past week, as part of a national campaign urging divestment from private prisons, the L.A. Catholic Worker and friends held a protest outside of Prudential Financial’s offices at the Sherman Oaks Galleria. Prudential Financial is one of the largest investors in GEO Group, a private prison company that operates various immigrant detention centers and …

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Hippie Kitchen CLOSED SATURDAY OCTOBER 5

The LACW soup kitchen will be closed on Saturday, October 5, for the L.A. Catholic Worker annual Sister House retreat. Please pray for us and join us next Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday! If you are unaware of the LACW Sister House Network, see this LINK. Each sister house was founded by former L.A. Catholic Worker …

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Volunteer At The LACW Hospitality Kitchen

The LACW Hospitality Kitchen (aka the Hippie Kitchen) could not operate without the help of volunteers. We need volunteers every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday morning. We ask that anyone who would like to help us prepare and serve a hot meal for our homeless sisters and brothers to arrive by 7:30 AM and commit until …

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