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    City and Kingdom New York

    Connolly's Pub & Restaurant, 3rd floor, 121 W 45th St ⁄ New York, NY 10036

    Join us at 7 p.m. on Monday, May 8, 2017, for a conversation with Robert Ellsberg on Dorothy Day, the history of the Catholic Worker Movement, and how Catholic Workers are, today, continuing Day’s commitment to radical hospitality. This meeting will also launch The Reckless Way of Love: Notes on Following Jesus. This book, a carefully-chosen selection from Dorothy Day’s writing, is a handbook of practical discipleship. Complimentary copies will be available at the event. Sign up below for this event, which is co-sponsored by Plough, Solidarity Hall, and The Davenant Trust. Space is limited; first come, first served!

    If you cannot attend this event, but would like to receive information about future such events, please indicate that on the form below.

    This is the first of what we hope will be an ongoing series of meetups in New York City, in which we will explore the theological, philosophical, and above all practical aspects of living truly counter-cultural lives – as New Yorkers. At these meetings, and through the network of organizations, publications, and communities that they will bring together, we will look at, and learn from, different ways that men and women in our locality are carrying out the life of Christian discipleship-- living with something like dual citizenship: seeking the good of the city, while owing final allegiance to the New Jerusalem.

    Please note that while Plough is a supporter and sponsor of these events, City and Kingdom New York is organized and hosted independently of Plough. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Susannah Black at