The Catholic Worker, Vol. 10, No. 07 (June 1943)


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The Catholic Worker, Vol. 10, No. 07 (June 1943)


Easy Essays by Peter Maurin
Half Million Miners Halt War Work By Three Strikes
Peace—Peace—Peace! address by Pope Pius XII
Leo XIII on Just Wages
Negro and White Battle in Detroit; Disorders Rampant
For Christians No Just War
Where Is Sanctuary?
Patristics And Peace
Catholic Conscientious Objectors
The True International
Day After Day
Feeding Europe
From The Mail Bag
Catholics Can Be Conscientious Objectors by Fr. John J. Hugo
Serapion’s Prayer
Books of the Times by Fr. Clarence Duffy
Your Grandson’s History Lesson Is Being Written Today!
Mental Patients In Oregon
Even The Poor
Is the C.W. a Catholic Paper?
Otherwise, Death More Abundantly
Interview with Peter Maurin by Arthur Sheehan
Letters from the Houses by Jack Thornton


1943 June




Thomas Merton Center, Sub-Section H.17A: Joseph Zarrella Papers, Accession 1, Series 5: The Catholic Worker newspaper, 10:7.


“The Catholic Worker, Vol. 10, No. 07 (June 1943),” Merton Center Digital Collections, accessed November 30, 2020,

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