Henrietta Cullinan is peace activist, teacher and writer. She has been part of the London Catholic Worker since 2005, volunteering and joining direct action campaigns on migrant rights and resistance to nuclear weapons and the arms trade. As a peace activist, she has been able to visit Afghanistan and Pakistan, as well as spend time in the Catholic Worker house for refugees in Calais.
The London Catholic Worker creates the physical and intellectual spaces in which to practice radical hospitality and explore Christian anarchism. As these spaces can be transitory, easily destroyed or abandoned, the Catholic Worker must draw on its personalist and anarchist roots to adapt to a rapidly changing world.