The Round Table

Karen House has published The Round Table, a 24-page newsletter, since it’s founding in 1978.

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We are working to build up our online archive of these newsletters, so come back soon!

 

 2017

Women’s Stories: Persistence and Resistance

Difficult Conversations

 

2016

Every 20 Years

Islam: Living Faith Under Fire

 

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How Do You Experience Hope?

Racism: Resources Toward Understanding

 

 

 

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Ferguson: Voices from the Movement

From Paralysis to Possibility: Living with Climate Change

Catholicism and the Catholic Worker

 

 

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2013

Meals: The Heart of Our Shared Life

Dismantling Sexism

Marching Towards a  Police State

Looking Back, Looking Forward: 35 Years of the St. Louis Catholic Worker

 

 

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2012

A People’s History of St. Louis

Life Together: Building Thriving Communities

A Revolution of the Heart: Occupy and the St. Louis Catholic Worker

 

 

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2011

Appropriate Technology

 

Hospitality: Walking the Path to Liberation

 

Afghanistan: Endless War?

 

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Story Telling

Distributism: Putting a Human Face in the Economy

Peter Maurin

 

 

2009
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Everyday Prophets 

 

Immigration: Loving our Neighbors as Ourselves

 

Parenting Holy Families

 

 2008

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Barred from Life: The Criminal “Justice” System

 

Electing a Just Society? On Elections, Responsibility, and Resistance

 

Food: The Delicious Revolution

 

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Thirty Years!

 

Awareness & Healing: A Discussion of Mental Illness

 

Living the Beloved Community: Homosexuality

 

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The Poor Are Still With Us

 

Crossing the Divide from Privilege to Community

 

 2005

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End the Israeli Occupation; Free the Palestinian Territories

 

Practices of Hope, Practices of Joy

 

2004

Beginning to Live in a Different Way: Karen House and the Catholic Worker Movement

2003

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The New American Empire

2002  

Simple Living

 

The Journey to Karen House

 

2001

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Art & Poetry  

 

The Global Economy

 

 

2000

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Experiments in Community Living  

 

Africa: Cry, the Beloved Continent

 

 

 

1999

Nonviolence and Terrorism

Gun Nation

 

1998

A Tale of One City: St. Louis

Destructive Engagement, Expendable Peoples

 

1997

Who Do You Say That I Am?

The World Will Be Saved By Beauty

20 Years!

 

1996

Dying and Death in the Light of Faith

From Karen House

Christian Anarchism

 

1995

Jobs and Justice

Prayer

RoundTable Discussion on Homosexuality

 

1994

Ann Manganaro

On Pilgrimage…

Hospitality in the Age of Crack

NonViolence in the New World Order

 

1993

Humor

Community

 

1992

Conscience Doth Make Heroes of Us All

Gospel Response in Times of Social Collapse

Children

 

1991

Vietnam: Instant Amnesia

Mercy and Justice Shall Meet

Catholic Social Teaching: 100 Years

 

1990

Recovering the Spirit of Healing

Invisible War

Sacraments & Rituals

The State

 

1989

We Are God’s Work of Art

Capital Punishment

Hope in Hard Times: East St. Louis

Economics on a Human Scale

 

1988

Peace and Friendship: USSR

…I am the Resurrection…

Thomas Merton

Local Peacemakers

 

1987

Voices from Nicaragua

Hospitality

St. Louis CW: 10 Year Retrospective

Next Stop: St. Louis

 

1986

Radical Church

Humor

Nonviolence

 

1985

Witnessing for Peace in Nicaragua

Let the Little Chidren Come To Me

Labor

Spiritualities of the Land

 

1984

We Must Stop Paying for War

A Day in the Life of the Catholic Worker

Radicalism over the Long Haul

Intimacy and Solidarity

 

1983

Crisis and Hope

Love in Practice is a Harsh and Dreadful Thing

Voices from Central America

Responsibility and Law

 

1982

Building the City of God

Shouting Out and Digging In

The Just, Because of their Faith, Shall Live

 

1981

Dorothy Day 1879-1980

The Draft

Women and the Church

Racism: Seething Violence

 

1980

Economic Conversion

 

1979

Questions…

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What Makes a Person Human

The St. Louis Catholic Worker: Prisons

 

1978

The St. Louis Catholic Worker

The St. Louis Catholic Worker

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