The Catholic Worker, Vol. 02, No. 03 (July-August 1934)



The Catholic Worker, Vol. 02, No. 03 (July-August 1934)


Archbishop Hanna Named As Industrial Arbitrator In San Francisco Strike
But Labor Dispute Board Is Ignored While Police, State Troopers and Strikers Battle
Interracial Official Declares New Deal Has Not Aided Negro Workers
What to Do?
National Milk Survey Finds School Children Without Needed Milk
Communist Action In Schools Challenge to Catholics, Declares Peter Maurin
Denominations Unite In Asking Labor Peace In San Joaquin Vally
4,800 Meals are Given by Catholic Group to Needy Women in 1933
“We Have Sinned Exceedingly—“
Priest Averts Near Riot at Meeting of Steel Workers
Letters of Praise, Question and Criticism
The Youth Movement
The Preface—The Most Holy Trinity
A Critique of C.C.F. by Alfred Greene
“Make Haste to Help Us!”
Ask and You Will Receive, Is Christ’s Promise
Day After Day
Spanish Communist Leader Is Converted
Farmers and Workers Start Public Market



Thomas Merton Center, Sub-Section H.17A: Joseph Zarrella Papers, Accession 1, Series 5: The Catholic Worker newspaper, 2:3.


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