The Common Good
March-April 2002

Resources: Building Supplies

by Rose Marie Berger, Jodi Hochstedler | March-April 2002

The Catholic Worker Cooperative Bakery in Guadalupe, California, offers fresh, handmade
communion bread
and hosts, with 100 percent organic whole-wheat flour.

The Catholic Worker Cooperative Bakery in Guadalupe, California, offers fresh, handmade communion bread and hosts, with 100 percent organic whole-wheat flour. They provide jobs and an equal share in the proceeds for poor women with children. 4721 West Main St., Suite A, Guadalupe, CA 93434; (805) 343-0454

Spice up your newsletter with a little justice. Alternatives' Spirit of Simplicity: Quotes and Art for Simpler Living and Global Justice offers humorous, serious, religious, and secular quotations and images for your publications and inspiration. Paper ($15) and CD-ROM ($15) versions available. www.SimpleLiving.org; 1-800-821-6153

Want to know why economic globalization hasn't lived up to its hype? Check out the International Forum on Globalization's "Does Globalization Help the Poor?" ($12) and the Episcopal Church's booklet "Globalization: A Christian Perspective on International Economics" ($2). Contact the International Forum at (415) 561-7650 or www.ifg.org and the Episcopal Peace Commission at (202) 537-6546 or schwobel@ edow.org.

Check out Jewish Voice for Peace (www.jewishvoiceforpeace.org), the Muslim Peace Fellowship (www.mpfweb.org), and the Israel/Palestine Center for Research and Information (www.ipcri.org) for alternate news from the Middle East.

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