Mark Colville founded the Amistad Catholic Worker house in New Haven, together with his wife Luz, in 1994. Together, they have committed to a life of service and fellowship among their neighbors in the tradition of Dorothy Day. Mark has been a frequent advocate on behalf of the poor and has also demonstrated for peace in protest of United States government actions.
Matt Croasmun interviews Mark about his life in the Amistad Catholic Worker house, and how that life has shaped, and been shaped by, his vision of a life worth living. Mark discusses the tension in choosing a life of poverty in solidarity with the poor while also seeking to alleviate the circumstance of poverty.