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Guadalupe House:
The Tacoma Catholic Worker

The Guadalupe House provides transitional housing and food for homeless single adults in the tradition of Dorothy Day. Catholic Workers live in community with their homeless guests, sharing meals and chores. The Catholic Worker community also works on local, national, and international issues that impact the poor. On Tuesdays at 5:30 PM, people of all walks of life come together for a community meal and liturgy.

Guadalupe House is located one block from St. Leo Parish at 1417 South G Street, Tacoma, WA 98405.


  • Cook for community meals                                  
  • Hospitality Greeter
  • Welcome and direct guests at Guadalupe House
  • Help serve and greet guests (especially for Tuesday liturgy)
  • Repair person who takes on minor house repairs
  • Coordinate in-kind donation drives

Guadalupe House always needs donations of new or used socks, razors, towels, washcloths, underwear, toilet paper, feminine hygiene products, laundry detergent, and fresh dairy and meat products.


Guadalupe House Catholic Worker