The Catholic Worker, Vol. 10, No. 06 (May 1943)

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Title

The Catholic Worker, Vol. 10, No. 06 (May 1943)

Description

CONTENTS:
PAX by Peter Maurin
Our Lady of Mott St.
Peace Now Without Victory Will Save Jews
“Catholics CAN Be Conscientious Objectors…”
Feed The Hungry!
Dead Men’s Bread Feeds the Starving In Polish Ghetto
The Family Front
Don Luigi Sturzo Christian Democrat by Fr. Clarence Duffy
Christian Sociology By the Grace of God by Don Luigi
Books Received
“Pharisees” Not Saviors, Vatican Declares
On Farming and Other Cooperatives
Interview with Peter Maurin On Land and Children by Arthur Sheehan
Taylor, Murphy End Hunger Strike On 82nd Day
Negroes and Civilian Public Service
Letter From Camp
Aims and Purposes
Day After Day
From The Mail Bag
Catholics Can Be Conscientious Objectors by Fr. John J. Hugo
A Night In The County Jail by J. F. Powers
Association of Catholic Conscientious Objectors
Pius XII
“The Poor You Have Always With You”
Strangest Parish
In a Peasant Land by Francis Gabrovsek
Fr. Judge Said:
Catholic Worker Summer Retreats
War
Jon Thorton Writes
St. Isidore’s Farm
Farming Commune
It Is Not Too Late by Ade de Bethune

Date

1943 May

Language

English

Identifier

Thomas Merton Center, Sub-Section H.17A: Joseph Zarrella Papers, Accession 1, Series 5: The Catholic Worker newspaper, 10:6.

Citation

“The Catholic Worker, Vol. 10, No. 06 (May 1943),” Merton Center Digital Collections, accessed May 27, 2019, https://merton.bellarmine.edu/items/show/17740.

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