Remembering Fr. John “Jack” O’Malley

The labor movement, and especially the Labor Guild, has been blessed by so many dedicated priests and religious leaders throughout the years

Guild Concludes Virtual Parliamentary Procedures and Bylaws Workshops

by Sean Lundergan, Fr. Boyle Fellow The Guild’s first ever virtual workshop series concluded on Tuesday. Once a week four weeks Patti Legault-Frank, our longtime parliamentary procedure and bylaws instructor, ran her usual workshop over Zoom for an average of 25...

This Week in Labor History, vol. 8: The Great Railroad Strike of 1877

by Sean Lundergan, Fr. Boyle Fellow 143 years ago, on July 16, 1877, workers in Martinsburg, West Virginia went on strike in response to wage cuts imposed by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. They blockaded the railway, disabled the cars and announced that no train...

School Blog


Looking for the inside scoop on Guild School Courses? Take a look through our School Blog to meet students, hear about what they’re learning, and get a glimpse of school nights at the Guild! Want to add your own thoughts or be featured? Let us know by emailing Joe Twiner.


Guild Welcomes New Executive Board Member

The Guild is proud to announce our newest Executive Board member, Rob Manchester of Teamsters Local 25. Rob, who’s 27, has been a member of Local 25 for three years, and he credits both the Teamsters and the Guild with a vast improvement in his quality of life...

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