Un gran hombre, un gran sacerdote, un humilde servidor de Nuestro Señor Jesucristo. Después de servir un tiempo en la parroquia El Sagrado Corazón lo cambiaron a Douglas, AZ. Los lunes en la mañana ha celebrado misa aquí por años, ademas cuando es tiempo de luchar el ha estado con nosotros en la calle o […]

por Alicia Nuñez O.C.D.S. El 16 de julio es la Fiesta de Nuestra Señora del Monte Carmelo. Este año queremos empezar a tener mas eventos Carmelitas en español para que nuestra comunidad pueda participar. La celebración empezó el día 7 con platicas relacionadas a Nuestra Señora del Monte Carmelo y la Orden Carmelita. Es una […]

by Cesar Aguirre Across the country gentrification has been affecting inner-city communities. From Brooklyn to San Francisco inner-city communities have been taken over by moneyed interests. Some claim that it is development and improvement of poor, blighted communities with high crime rates and homelessness. But for those of us who live here it pushes us […]

If you live in the City of Tucson you have until May 10th to drop your ballot in the mail. Check out Brian’s op-ed in the Daily Star (click here)

by Brian Flagg Today, May 1, the feast day of St. Joseph the Worker and International Workers Day, is the 84 year anniversary of the start of the Catholic Worker movement! On this day in 1933, in the midst of the Great Depression, Dorothy Day, Peter Maurin and others went to the May Day celebration […]

by Brian Flagg In recent months I have tried to make a deal with God that goes something like this: “If I clean up my act and be less egotistic and more holy, gimme spiritual power to wage major warfare against local oppressors and moneyed interests.” This past Holy Week I have come to see […]

by Brian Flagg As a white guy who grew up in the suburbs of Los Angeles I always figured I had no real culture, I never even hung out at the mall or none of that stuff. But I did grow up surfing San Onofre with my dad and all my little surf-rat friends. And […]