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Orange Diocesan Council of Catholic Women
April 17, 2018 @ 8:00 am
The Catholic Worker Movement began simply on May 1, 1933, when a journalist named Dorothy Day and a philosopher named Peter Maurin teamed to publish and distribute a newspaper called “The Catholic Worker”. This radical paper promoted the biblical promise of justice and mercy. Jordan Hoiberg is one of four community members at the Orange County Catholic Worker Isaiah House in Santa Ana. Jordan helps manage the Orange County Worker’s Outreach ministries at the Civic Center and the Santa Ana River Trail homeless encampments. Guided by a commitment to fulfillment of the corporal works of mercy, Orange County Catholic worker ministries provide over 1,000 meals a week and various other necessities to the residents of Orange County homeless. Through these services, the ministries Jordan manages, actively engage individuals experiencing homelessness in fellowship and community allowing him to address the needs overlooked by nonprofit service providers and serve as a witness to their humanity and dignity.
Donation: $18.00 (Includes: Continental breakfast and lunch)
Contact: Pat Martin H: (714) 892-5219/C: (714) 866-0633 firstname.lastname@example.org