The Catholic Worker, Vol. 01, No. 10 (April 1934)



The Catholic Worker, Vol. 01, No. 10 (April 1934)


Need of Good Press Stated By Holy Father, Pius XI, In Letter Last Month
Call for Catholic Centers of Action In Large Cities
Easy Essays by Peter Maurin
“Collective Bargaining” Still Bone of Contention with Labor and Capital
Capitalist Violence In Ambridge Strike Scored at Hearing
The Communist Says: “Welcome, Negro Brother!”
The Labor Guild by Michael Gunn
To Busy Mothers
Back to the Soil
Spreading the Paper
Dr. Haas Indorses Wagner Labor Bill at Senate Hearing
Days With an End
Determined Strike!
Books to Read
Rivals by Margaret E. Jordan
April—The Month of the Holy Spirit
Is It Spring?
The Teresa-Joseph Cooperative
Letters and Comment
Catholic Workers’ School Program 436 East 15th Street, N.Y.C.
Here and There in the Catholic Press by Joseph Barnes Bennett
Catholics are Named on Welfare Boards
Is War Justifiable? War Preparations Cause Questioning
Parish Propaganda
Coast Priest Is Named Dress Code Authority Adjustment Chairman
Music Notes
Shows Child Labor Amendment Guards Catholic Rights
Salaries Vs. Wages
“Corporations Have No Soul” by Michael O’Shaughnessy
The Negro Problem
Chiselling Condemned by Fr. Wynhoven
Rabbit-Warren Fire-Traps Burn Bodies and Kill Souls
Labor Says Capital Controls Codes
Dividends Rise
Msgr. Conroy Chosen Labor Dispute Arbiter



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


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