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On Pilgrimage – September 1947

Summary: Highlights the successful summer at the Newburgh farm–crops, retreats, hospitality. Reflects on encouragement in the work and the folly of the cross. Derides flippancy. Describes the environs of her annual retreat and says she is always at home among the poor. (The Catholic Worker, September 1947, 1, 2, 8. DDLW #455).