The Catholic Worker, Vol. 02, No. 01 (May 1934)



The Catholic Worker, Vol. 02, No. 01 (May 1934)


Catholic Church Stands Alone today As Always—the True ‘International’
Demonstrations by Communist Party in Anti-War Fight
The Wisdom of Dostoievsky by Peter Maurin
From 2,500 to 35,000 Copies Marks First Anniversary of the Catholic Worker
Bishops Reaffirm Right of Workers To Form Unions
The Bishops’ Message
Scottsboro Again
League of Nations Stresses Need of Safeguarding Family
Abandons Forced Labor
Negro Role in Church, State Progress Brought Out at Workers’ School
How the Communists Work
Here and There in the Catholic Press by Joseph Barnes Bennett
‘Protection of Motherhood and Childhood’ in Russia
Machines and Products Belong to the Workers Of Nation, Says Gill
Apostolatus Maris
May-Day by Margaret E. Jordan
Thank You!
Letters and Comment
Definitions by Hilaire Belloc
Not by Peter Maurin, but Like Him
The Catholic Worker and the Negro
The Month of May
Edison Company Kind To Goats—at Least
Catholic Workers’ School Program 456 Easy 15th Street, N.Y.C.
Labor Guild: From Slavery to Uncertainty by Michael Gunn
Catholic Lawyer’s Aid Saves Worker form Unjust Accusation
City Paid by Julia Ruth Dow
The Sequence Pentecost Sunday
A Worker Makes Some Suggestions for School
Toolmakers and Tools go on Strike Together
Books to Read
B’klyn K. of C. Conducts School Philosophy
Municipal Lodging House No “House of Hospitality”
Easy Essays by Peter Maurin
Mimeograph Machines Urged by P. Maurin for Every Parish
U.S. Steel Stronger Than U.S. Government
Labor Disputes on Increase Everywhere
Social Justice Outline For Use in Study Clubs
Pope Pius XI Condemns Exaggerated Nationalism
Danger of Grave Violence In Fruit Growing Regions
Our Children’s Corner
Mary’s Month
Despite Code Abuses Workers Continue to Strike for Rights



Thomas Merton Center, Sub-Section H.17A: Joseph Zarrella Papers, Accession 1, Series 5: The Catholic Worker newspaper, 2:1.


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