Summary: Witnesses to the authenticity of the Eucharist, and answers the agnostic’s objections of religion’s cannibalism. Recognizing that the Eucharist is a difficult teaching to accept, she argues that its understanding lies in its simplicity. Christ nourishes through His presence and accomplishes this through the most simple elements of life, bread and wine. (America, 5 (September 1, 1934):491. DDLW #54).
Summary: A review of summer activities including a children’s party held in honor of the Feast of the Assumption, passing out literature, answering inquiries, and the various summer centers hosting lectures. Describes a feisty infant whose antics inspired Peter Maurin to recite the principles of Catholic Action to this “potential recruit.” Defends The Catholic Worker’s* reaction to Rockerfeller’s recent donations to Catholic Charities in light of violence in Ludlow, Colorado. (The Catholic Worker, September 1934, 3, 7. DDLW #281).*