What’s Inside This Issue…
“What’s Happening in Minneapolis” by Katie Yanike, page 1
Featured Article: “Whites Fighting Racism: What it’s about” by Ricardo Levins Morales, page 3
“#BlackLivesMatter” by Dawn King, page 4
“The Chippewa River Water Walk” by Joe Kruse, page 5
Recipe: Nikki’s Power Cookies, page 6
“Healing Shame” by Ruth Cole, page 7
Support Us, page 8
click here to read the Summer 2015 Newsletter
The Rye House has a new name! We now call ourselves the Minneapolis Catholic Worker, in order to reflect more clearly the people and ideas that make up our community. The Rye House is still the Rye House, and does all that it has always done. The new name connects us to the greater Catholic Worker community, its people, projects, and support. Furthermore, the new name enables us to add another house, which is our hope for the near future, give it a name, and create a two-house Catholic Worker community in Minneapolis.
humility is not not-loving yourself.
its not knowing, its knowing by unknowing
to breath paradox
it’s to love your unique self, and to shed your ego to the collective self, for a moment
to fade into the un-seeable stuff of the infinite, the forever moving dust that shapes all.
to break and cave into God
by Joe Kruse