In the 1940s Dominican Father Jacques Loew started the worker-priest
movement, where priests joined workers on the factory lines.
In 1950, however, the Vatican had condemned this Nouvelle Theologie, and soon condemned the French worker-priest
Currently, he is a parttime pastor or worker-priest
But somehow I always thought of him in the context of the worker-priest
, a priest moulded into the heart of his community.
He studied theology at the University of Birmingham and was ordained as a worker-priest
While it is common to see the origin of basic Christian communities in 1960's Brazil, Hinton also sees roots in the worker-priest
movement of 1940's France and the Iona Community in 1930's Scotland.
The use of modern art in church buildings, a historical approach to the Bible, and the worker-priest
movement -- priests who worked in factories, joined unions and supported protests for economic justice -- all alarmed the pope.
In a reversal of the church's position, the Second Vatican Council later restored the worker-priest
Seeing the "immense potentialities of the North American people," Richard writes as an outsider, one who came to this country as a worker-priest
The formations of Dan and his younger brother Phil (now 75 and 72 respectively) in the Catholic tradition and their experiences (Phil in combat, Dan influenced by the worker-priest
movement in France) are noted as are the men's early brushes, as priests, with their religious superiors.
After his pontificate's shaky start -- his condemnation of "Action Francaise" achieved nothing save to split French Catholicism asunder, meanwhile handing opportunities on a plate to future worker-priests
and useful Popular Front idiots -- Pius XI acknowledged, almost too late, Catholicism's political weakness.
They started their married life with two worker-priests
in a poor part of Paris.