Summary: Asserts that action for social and racial justice must flow from reverence for those in need and the precept of love. Says “. If we are afraid, we must pray not to be afraid, to be fools for Christ.” (The Catholic Worker, July-August 1952, 1, 2. DDLW #635).
Summary: On the feast of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary she appreciates the work of mothers and the practice of the presence of God in the smallest acts. Describes Tamar’s family and their house where she is caring for the grandchildren while Tamar and David have a vacation. Describes life with the children and lauds “manual labor as part of a penitential aw well as creative life.” (The Catholic Worker, July-August 1952, 2, 7. DDLW #636).