Truly I tell you, just as you did it to one of the least of  
these who are members of my family, you did it to me.

Matt 25:40
 626 Nolan • San Antonio, TX 78202   Office: (210) 224-7736
 
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Directions




Getting Here from 37/281
Heading North: Take the exit for Commerce. After exiting, turn right on Commerce and follow it until you reach Hackberry. Turn left onto Hackberry and follow it to Nolan. Turn left onto Nolan, and we are the second house on the left, where you will see a black & white sign "Catholic Worker House".

Heading South: Take the McCullough/Nolan exit. Do not turn onto the first road that you come to off of the exit. Continue to the next road which is Nolan, and turn left. You will pass Cherry St and Mesquite, and you will find us on your right just before you get to Hackberry. We are the second house from the corner of Nolan and Hackberry, where you will see a black & white sign "Catholic Worker House".

Getting Here from 35
Heading North: Take the 281 S / Corpus Christi exit. When you get onto 37/281, do not merge - stay in your lane because it exits to McCullough/Nolan. Do not turn onto the first road that you come to off of the exit. Continue to the next road which is Nolan, and turn left. You will pass Cherry St and Mesquite, and you will find us on your right just before you get to Hackberry. We are the second house from the corner of Nolan and Hackberry, where you will see a black & white sign "Catholic Worker House".

Heading South: Take the 281/37 S Exit. If you are daring, you can immediately cross four lanes of traffic (your entrance onto 281 S is on the left side of the highway) and take the McCullough/Nolan exit - you can then proceed as described in the Heading South section of Getting Here from 37. If you value your life, then you should not cross four lanes of traffic, but rather you should stay on 281 S and take the Commerce St exit. Turn left onto Commerce and follow it until you reach Hackberry. Turn left onto Hackberry and follow it to Nolan. Turn left onto Nolan, and we are the second house on the left, where you will see a black & white sign "Catholic Worker House".