The Catholic Worker Movement

History of the Catholic Worker Movement

The Catholic Worker Movement by Jim Forest
A short account of the movements founding and principle ideas by a friend and biographer of Dorothy Day.
May Day, 1933 by Jim Forest
The opening paragraphs of "All Is Grace: a biography of Dorothy Day" (Orbis Books)
A Brief Introduction to the Catholic Worker Movement by Tom Cornell
An essay written by long-time Catholic Worker Tom Cornell which includes biographical sketches of Peter Maurin and Dorothy Day, as well as highlights of the Movement's history, religious and philosophical ideas.

Other sources:

The biographies of Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin

Consult the General Bibliography for additional sources.