The Catholic Worker, Vol. 03, No. 07 (December 1935)

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Title

The Catholic Worker, Vol. 03, No. 07 (December 1935)

Description

CONTENTS:
Student Worker Catholics to Picket Mexican Consul
Institutions Vs. Corporations - Catholic Tactic by Pete Maurin
Catholics Are Urged To Refuse Welcome To Germany’s Envoy
Aristocrat-Plutocrat by Donald Powell
Day by Day Account of Editor’s Travels Thru West and North
Angelo Herndon
The Sacrament of Duty by Joseph McSorley
Student in Rome Protest Stand of Catholic Worker
The Great Antiphons
Ethics of Modern War Discussed in Brooklyn
Catholics and Jews Seen Drawn Together By Their Sufferings by George Barnard
Home on the Range
The Approach of Fascism
Demonstrate Cotton Picking Machine, Doing Work of 20 to 100 Men
Liturgy and Sociology
Thanksgiving!
Merry Christmas!
Letters and Comment
Questions and Answers
Catholic Activity—Catholic Action
St. Joseph’s College Inaugurates School of Social Sciences
Notes on the Catholic Press
Can Prejudice Be Cured? By John LaFarge, S. J.
Young “Cast-Offs”
State’s Textile Board, Headed by Bishop, Asks Reforms for Industry
Campion Propaganda Committee
Books
Again an Appeal—Please!
The Chicago Letter
Our Children’s Corner
Working Wives Opposed By Priest in Mill Town

Date

1935 December

Language

English

Identifier

Thomas Merton Center, Sub-Section H.17A: Joseph Zarrella Papers, Accession 1, Series 5: The Catholic Worker newspaper, 3:7.

Citation

“The Catholic Worker, Vol. 03, No. 07 (December 1935),” Merton Center Digital Collections, accessed July 15, 2020, https://merton.bellarmine.edu/items/show/17848.

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