Perspective

This Epiphany, remember the dreamers

Essay: Men of power do not understand the language of dreams. They only understand the language of manipulation, coercion and murder.

L'Arche founder Jean Vanier reflects on weakness and our need for community

April this year marked the 50th anniversary of the L'Arche International community. The Los Angeles Catholic Worker's Catholic Agitator newspaper recently published an interview with Jean Vanier, founder of L'Arche International, which forms communities with people with intellectual disabilities. Following are excerpts from that interview.

Catholic Agitator: How has your idea of community changed over time?

Commentary

Times are changing under Pope Francis

Commentary: I never expect to be affirmed for what I do. So it was shocking to receive affirmation for my efforts from the pope.

Perspective

Catholic Workers rely on grace, guts, luck in 80-year-old mission

Essay: The life of the Catholic Worker is a life of struggle and disappointment that strips away your illusions but never achieves your expectations.