Summary: Begs for help as they are about to begin their 25th year of serving the poor. Compares the Catholic Workers to the desert fathers in their humility, gentleness, and the way their actions show a standard of values that turn the world upside down. (The Catholic Worker, April 1957, 2. DDLW #720).
Summary: A collection of stories: her daughter Tamar’s search for a new farm, the gift of looms, a book by Eric Fromm on community, labor and civil rights picketing, her profession as a Benedictine oblate, and the injustice of Morton Sobell’s trial for espionage with the Rosenbergs. (The Catholic Worker, April 1957, 1, 6. DDLW #719).