Summary: Tender obituary of Fr. Pacifique Roy telling of his long involvement with the Catholic Worker–his love of work, reverent way he said Mass, joy in feasting, and how he introduced the workers to the famous “retreat” which “made us feel the power of love.” Writes of his illness and death in his native Quebec. (The Catholic Worker, November 1954, 1, 6. DDLW #675).
Summary: Appeals for help to continue the works of mercy at the Catholic Worker houses and farms which is a reflection of God’s love for us. Says the ideal is that every parish have a mutual aid center. (The Catholic Worker, November 1954, 2. DDLW #676).
Summary: Highlights from letters from those connected to the Catholic Worker community. She extols their hard work and struggles. (The Catholic Worker, November 1954, 3, 8. DDLW #677).
Summary: Recommends many books: novels, history, about saints, social teachings of the Church. Singles out a book for teaching children about God and one about Martin de Porres. (The Catholic Worker, November 1954, 4. DDLW #678).