Summary: Meditation on the struggle between heaven and earth, between God and man, and between worship and action. Juxtaposes images of an atomic bomb test, the mentally ill, the Mass and worship, and quotes from writers. Argues for decentralization of government services, most especially for the decentralization of mental hospitals, and personal responsibility over state aid. Explains how all must atone for sin through suffering. (The Catholic Worker, June 1956, 2. DDLW #707).
Summary: Reflects on a variety of items–the gift of a statue of Mary, expensive house repairs, appeal to help Puerto Rican children, the crafts of bookbinding and spinning, encouraging children to explore nature, and the plight of the mentally ill. (The Catholic Worker, June 1956, 6, 7. DDLW #708).
Summary: Appeals to readers for money to assist children from East Harlem to spend a summer at the beach. (DDLW #688).The Catholic Worker, June 1955, 5