Center co-founder Michael True was a man of many titles – professor of American Literature, father, writer, and one of Worcester’s most indefatigable peacemakers. During his life, Michael devoted a lot of ink to highlighting the work of nonviolent activists, known and unknown. In True Commitments, his last book, he finally tells of his own grand and adventuresome life. Who said peace-making was boring? Join us virtually at Worcester’s Tidepool Bookshop on Chandler Street. Register here: https://bit.ly/3smCAWO
For people around the world who believe in peace and nonviolence, Michael True was and is a source of great light and hope. He was a hero and mentor to so many of us— but was also a humble friend and a good man who made every person he met feel important and appreciated. His wise words will uplift and inspire all who read this memoir.
—Jim McGovern, United States Representative, 2nd District, Massachusetts
To order, please send a check made out to:
SS. Francis and Therese Catholic Worker,
52 Mason Street, Worcester, MA 01610
Haley’s Antiques and Publishing
488 South Main Street, Athol, MA 01331
Online, please visit: https://www.truecommitments.com/
Book cost: $22.99 + $3.00 for shipping.