Maryhouse (New York, N.Y.)
Most widely held works about Maryhouse (New York, N.Y.)
Most widely held works by Maryhouse (New York, N.Y.)
Talk on indigenous rights by António Macedo ( Recording )
1 edition published in 1992 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Formal remarks by indigenous rights activist António Macedo at a Catholic Worker gathering at Maryhouse in New York. He speaks about the need for basic rights for rubber tappers in the Amazon rainforest, the global rubber trade, his cooperative's conservation efforts, and the dangers of violence. A question and answer period follows.
Talk at Maryhouse by A. B Bharadwaj ( Recording )
1 edition published in 1991 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Informal remarks by A.B. Bharadwaj at a meeting at Maryhouse in New York. Felton Davis begins the meeting by discussing a nonviolent action organized by the Atlantic Life Community that took place at the United Nations. The action protested sanctions imposed on Iraq and Davis elaborates on the problems that these sanctions have caused in Iraq. Bharadwaj then talks about Indian social conditions and foreign relations as well as Ghandhism. A question and answer session follows.
Healing and forgiveness Jesus in trouble by Daniel Berrigan ( Recording )
1 edition published in 1988 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Formal remarks by Daniel Berrigan made during a Catholic Worker Friday Night Meeting at Maryhouse. Berrigan uses Mark 3:27 to discuss Jesus' interactions with the socially marginalized in His time and how they apply to marginalized groups in the present day (the poor, women, AIDS patients, etc.). A question and answer session follows his remarks.
Anarchism ( Recording )
1 edition published in 1986 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Roundtable discussion on anarchism held at Maryhouse. Led by Robert Peters, Katherine Temple, and Eileen Egan, the topic was chiefly anarchism and its modern meaning to its diverse group of adherents, the Catholic Worker movement, and the general public. The welfare state, Marxism, and the history of anarchism are also discussed.
Alcoholics--Rehabilitation Amazon River Region Anarchism Brazil Bureaucracy--Language Catholic Church Catholic Church-Protestant churches relations Catholic Worker Movement Civil disobedience Communal living Conference proceedings Criticism, interpretation, etc. Cursillo movement Day, Dorothy,--1897-1980 Economic sanctions Healing in the Bible Hennacy, Ammon,--1893-1970 History Homeless persons Hospitality--Religious aspects--Catholic Church Human rights Independent study India International relations Interviews Iraq Land use Maurin, Peter Oral histories Passive resistance Poverty--Religious aspects Poverty--Religious aspects--Christianity Rain forest conservation Rubber industry and trade Sanctions (International law) Shepherd, Mary Social history Social justice--Religious aspects Teresa,--Mother,--1910-1997 Theology, Doctrinal United Nations United States Urban poor--Housing