The Catholic Worker, Vol. 01, No. 07 (December 1933)



The Catholic Worker, Vol. 01, No. 07 (December 1933)


Co-Operative Apartment for Unemployed Women Has Its Start in Parish
To National Recovery Act Administration Officials—Is Inflation Inevitable?
Scottsboro Boys Are Children of Mary
The Professional Musician by Edward S. Schein
Commentary Column
Letter to Charites Head
Technique of Agitation
Prayer of the Working Man
3,431,268 Meals Served By Priest in Two Years
Co-Operatives as Instruments of Social Justice by George M. Boyle
The Third Lesson from the Matins of the Little Office of the Blessed Virgin
Hotel Industry Code
U.S. Sells Industrial Power at 45% Saving
Letters and Comment
The Catholic Sea Workers’ Movement by A. Gannon
The Christmas Season
Catholic Worker Program
Some Real Catholic Action by Michael Gunn
Women: Start a Campaign in Your Organization to Open Shelters
Worker Tells of Sweat Shop
Economics—Natural and Supernatural by Rev. J. D. Loeffler, S.J.
Catholic Worker Plans for the Coming Year
Senator Wagner to Keep Watchful Eye on Levee Jobs
Interview With Moley Told By Peter Maurin
Under the Crusader Flag Catholicism and Capitalism
Harry T. Bagley
A Priest Speaks
Slowly Opening Up Boulder Dam Employment to Negro
14-Cent Wage in Laundry Code Will Be Opposed
Message for the New Year
The Wisconsin Farmer by Father Urban Baer
Worker Praises St. Vincent De Paul by Joseph Barnes Bennett



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


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