Summary: Chronicles life at St. Joseph’s House: repairs, grocery bills for “the line”, managing subscriptions, endless mail and visitors. Asks St. Joseph to “impel” readers to help pay the grocery bills. (The Catholic Worker, September 1955, 7, 8. DDLW #692).
Summary: Visits and visitors fill her days and conferences and talks fill many evenings. Praises Ammon Hennacy’s annual fast and picketing for America’s dropping of the atom bomb. Says handicrafts provide relaxation and create beauty–“the rhythm of life which overflows in work of hand and brain.” (The Catholic Worker, September 1955, 5, 8. DDLW #691).