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Oral history interview with Richard Cleaver

Author: Richard Cleaver; Rosalie Riegle Troester
Publisher: 1989.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : English
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Interview conducted for Voices from the Catholic Worker. Richard Cleaver discusses the scholar-worker tradition of the Catholic Worker, the differences between the New York and Des Moines Catholic Worker houses and midwestern houses generally, and attending Dorothy Day's funeral. He also speaks about his conversion to Catholicism, and why it was the right thing for him as a gay man, and mixing politics and religion.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Oral histories
Interviews
Named Person: Richard Cleaver; Dorothy Day; Brian Terrell, Catholic Worker.
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Cleaver; Rosalie Riegle Troester
OCLC Number: 650085001
Event notes: Recorded on Nov. 1, 1989 in Ann Arbor, Mich.
Description: 2 sound cassettes (87 min.) : analog + transcript (43, i.e. 44 leaves)
Other Titles: Voices from the Catholic Worker.

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Interview conducted for Voices from the Catholic Worker. Richard Cleaver discusses the scholar-worker tradition of the Catholic Worker, the differences between the New York and Des Moines Catholic Worker houses and midwestern houses generally, and attending Dorothy Day's funeral. He also speaks about his conversion to Catholicism, and why it was the right thing for him as a gay man, and mixing politics and religion. Cleaver also theorizes about where the Catholic Worker Movement is headed, and highlights the issues it needs to address. He recounts visiting Marquette's Catholic Worker Archives, and refers to Catholic Worker Brian Terrell throughout. The many interruptions in audio are present in the original recording. Interviewed by Rosalie Riegle Troester.

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