Rosalie Riegle calls herself a "Catholic Worker at large." Professor emerita in English at Saginaw Valley State University in Michigan, she co-founded a Catholic Worker in Saginaw and has written 4 oral histories of Catholic Workers and others working for peace.

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Book Review

In 'Transform Now Plowshares,' the legacy of anti-nuclear Catholic activists informs our future

In 2012, The Transform Now Plowshares called the U.S. to its senses through nonviolent action. Carole Sargent has written an engaging and exciting book that can inspire us to stand together in similar hope once again.

The life and death of a ministry


“The Jeannine House is closed.” It’s still hard for me to say those words, but I’m getting a lot of practice these days as the board ponders what to do about the fine old house at 721 East Holland Avenue in Saginaw, Mich.