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Distinguished Visitors Mark Past Month

Summary: Another appeal has gone out entrusting their needs to St. Joseph. Notes how busy everyone is at the office, on the breadline, and on the farm. (Someone had noted the hordes of young men around the CW and wondered what they do.) Mentions that public works such as bridge building can be considered works of mercy. (The Catholic Worker, April 1938, 1, 4. DDLW #333).