Lathrop, Mary New York Catholic Worker Community
Most widely held works by Mary Lathrop
Oral history interview with Mary Lathrop by Mary Lathrop ( Recording )
6 editions published between 1975 and 1998 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
In this interview, Catholic Worker Mary Lathrop speaks about her tumultuous background, conversion to Christianity, and ultimately to Catholicism, and what drew her to the Catholic Worker. She also describes meeting Dorothy Day, living at St. Joseph's House and the relationships she developed there. Lathrop also discusses following Ammon Hennacy to Salt Lake City, Utah, helping him found Joe Hill House, and leaving Salt Lake City to work as a laborer throughout California. The interview ends abruptly. Interviewed by Deane Mowrer.
Ammon Hennacy a roundtable discussion by Catholic Worker Friday Night Meeting ( Recording )
1 edition published in 1990 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
A discussion at a Catholic Worker Friday Night Meeting in New York memorializing Catholic Worker Ammon Hennacy, and honoring the twentieth anniversary of his death. Speakers include (in order) Eileen Egan, Tom Sullivan, Tom Cornell, Daniel Marshall, Mary Lathrop, Michael True, Ed Turner, and other members of the New York Catholic Worker Community. Many anecdotes and insights into Hennacy's wide-ranging influence are shared.