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Contents Introduction 00 Chapter 1 Blowing the Dynamite of the Church 00 Chapter 2 Christ in the Poor: The Works of Mercy 00 Chapter 3 Monasticism: Hospitality, Prayer, Work, and Study 00 Chapter 4 Dom Virgil Michel, OSB, the Liturgical Movement, and the Catholic Worker 00 Chapter 5 Nicholas Berdyaev: Particular Prophet of the Movement 00 Chapter 6 Emmanuel Mounier, Personalism, and the Catholic Worker Movement 00 Chapter 7 Francis of Assisi: Saint of Voluntary Poverty and Nonviolence 00 Chapter 8 The Common Good vs. Individualism 00 Chapter 9 Economics Worthy of the Human Person 00 Chapter 10 Pure Means from a Converted Heart: Jacques and Raïssa Maritain 00 Chapter 11 St. Teresa of Avila 00 Chapter 12 St. Catherine of Siena, a Woman Who Influenced Her Times 00 Chapter 13 Dostoevsky and Other Russian Writers 00 Chapter 14 The Famous Retreat 00 Chapter 15 Dorothy Day: Spiritual Leader of American Catholic Pacifism 00 Chapter 16 Dorothy Day and St. Thérèse: The Little Way 00 Chapter 17 The Legacy of the Catholic Worker in a Troubled World 00 Appendix I Aims and Purposes of the Catholic Worker Movement 00 Appendix II Peter Maurin's List of Great Books 00 Endnotes 00 Index 00
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Catholic Worker Movement -- History.
Catholic Church -- United States -- History -- 20th century.