How does one enter into suffering with those who are poor in spirit, body, and possessions? Are we not all poor as we seek after Someone, Something, beyond ourselves -- for love, peace, and justice? And if we are poor, what does that mean? What is community? This gold-mine of writings from sixty years of The Catholic Worker offers lively accounts of the movement's courageous grappling with these issues and more: homelessness, war, civil disobedience, and community. Includes contributions from Dorothy Day, Henri Nouwen, Robert Coles, Daniel Berrigan, Eileen Egan, and Thomas Merton.