The Catholic Worker, Vol. 03, No. 06 (November 1935)



The Catholic Worker, Vol. 03, No. 06 (November 1935)


Granger Catholic Subsistence Farms Show Progress
Parish Guild Assures Care to All Parents On Co-Operative Basis
Back to Christ!—Back To The Land! By Peter Maurin
Mexican Bishops’ Pastoral States Social Program
Lynch Terror Fails To Stop Share Croppers’ Union Growth
“I Was Racketeer for Capitalism,” Says Butler
Agriculture and Industry by Donald Powell
Social Sermonettes
Catholic Seamen Ask for Justice, Not Protection
St. Andrew, Apostle
1935 Lynching Record Aids Anti-Lynching Bill
African Missionary Forms Native Co-Ops
Our Own Ethiopians
Conscientious Objection Duty of Christians
Perjury of “Astral Body” Bared in Mooney Hearings
Communism and the Negro by Editor
Let’s Be Exploiters!
Day By Day
Thoughts Pertinent to The Negro Question
They Are Annoyed
Letters and Comment
The Epistle: Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed
Social Justice Demands Church Foster Farm Life
Striking New York Longshoremen Sent Back After Walkout
Book Reviews
A Baby’s Chance to Live
Farmers Mush Control Land, Says Speaker at Rural Life Conference
Religious Background Formed Early Co-ops
Gullup Miners Given Forty-Five Years After Clemency Plea
We Need Overcoats!
“Ora Et Labora”
“No One Shall Starve”
Questions on “The Fortieth Year”
Company Unions Again
Catholic Lay Action
Notes on the Catholic Press
Campions vs. Jersey Cops
Campion Propaganda Committee



Thomas Merton Center, Sub-Section H.17A: Joseph Zarrella Papers, Accession 1, Series 5: The Catholic Worker newspaper, 3:6.


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