The Catholic Worker, Vol. 02, No. 11 (April 1935)



The Catholic Worker, Vol. 02, No. 11 (April 1935)


A Letter to John Strachey and His Readers by Peter Maurin
Order Pamphlet!
Prepare for May Day
National Biscuit Sweats Workers to Swell Dividends
Catholic Worker Has Entire House On Charles Street
C.W. Sympathizers Protect Quarters In Harlem Riot by H. Hergenhan
Labor Guild
Vultures of Peace
25,000 Handbills Are Distributed by Catholic Workers
Sea Apostolate Work Increasing in United States
400 Ports Unprovided With Apostolatus Services
The Interracial Review by Father Coughlin
English Catholic Transport Guilds
Prepare For May Day
Day After Day
“Justifiable” War by William M. Callalhan
Farming Commune by L.G.D.
Christ’s Humanity
The Passion in the Garden
Meditation on the Love of God
The Preface for Easter Sunday
Objections – Recall the Early Christians
Father Lord’s Objections
Mexican Protest
Class War Attitude Held by C.W. Correspondent Opposed
Letters and Comment
Don Bosco and the Social Question
Holy Thursday
Arkansas Sharecroppers Tell of Misery Back Home
Germany Well Organized For Catholic Sea Action
Regional Board Charges Grocery Chain Violation
Back to Earth by Donald Powell
Good Friday
Comment from a Priest
Letter from Nome by Arthur Hansin Eide
Holy Saturday
Our Harlem Branch
Big Sisters Uphold Housemaid’s Code Against Exploiters
For Mexico by Francis Thompson



Thomas Merton Center, Sub-Section H.17A: Joseph Zarrella Papers, Accession 1, Series 5: The Catholic Worker newspaper, 2:11.


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