Summary: An appeal asking for contributions for mounting bills. Describes their coffee and soup lines, and says there should be hospices in every parish, and “where in faith one sees Christ in the old, crippled, the mentally and physically destitute. (DDLW #927).
Summary: Explains how illnesses in her family kept her from a planned speaking trip. Describes a walk with a friend through push-cart lined streets in the neighborhood. (The Catholic Worker, March 1952, 1, 2. DDLW #631).
Summary: A difficult eulogy for Maurice O’Connell who lived at the Easton farm for over 10 years. Notes his helpful side as a worker and his cantankerous nature that tried the patience of nearly everyone in the community. Reflects on the interplay of supernatural love and human freedom. (The Catholic Worker, March 1952, 1, 6. DDLW #630).