Summary: Lukewarm review of a book on Christian unity. Defends the author’s critique of Catholics but wishes he was better versed on ecumenical efforts, including ones she is involved in. (The Catholic Worker, April 1952, 4. DDLW #632).
Summary: Points to the Little Way of St. Therese of Lisieux as the way to respond to the suffering and tragedy around us. Ties Therese’s desire to increase love in the world with acts of protest, picketing, speaking out – the importance of even one person’s actions and collaborating with others who affirm life. (The Catholic Worker, April 1952, 1, 7 DDLW #184).
Summary: Celebrates the feast of the Annunciation with frolicking grand children, kissing the springtime earth. Complains of fatigue and morning stiffness. Laments her inefficiency but recommends relaxing prayer, even in the midst of the disorder of happy children. (DDLW #926). The Catholic Worker, April 1962, 1, 6.