Table of contents for The Catholic worker movement : intellectual and spiritual origins / Mark and Louise Zwick.

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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

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Catholic Worker Movement -- History.
Catholic Church -- United States -- History -- 20th century.