Summary: Comments on a potpourri of events–Halloween costumes of the saints, hurricane Carol, pacifist conference, and irritations while saying the community rosary. (The Catholic Worker, October 1954, 2, 7. DDLW #238).
Summary: Criticizes those Catholics who affirmed the Industrial Council Plan that supported co-management. Calls for co-ownership as the only means to alleviate the injustice caused by industry and quotes “Observatore Romano” on its condemnation of capitalism. Also criticizes those who call the Industrial Council Plan the Pope’s plan, and repudiates the claim by quoting Pius XII’s 1952 Christmas message which calls for an agriculture economy. (The Catholic Worker, October 1954, 1,6. DDLW #175).
Summary: Retells the indignity and jailing that an interracial group endured in Shreveport, Louisiana. (DDLW #239: The Catholic Worker, October 1954, 1, 6.)