Dorothy Day
 
 
When Pope Francis talked to the U.S. Congress, one of the four great Americans he singled out was Dorothy Day. Her dedication to the poor led her to co-found the Catholic Worker movement; a pacifist movement that provides direct aid for the poor and encourages non-violent protest to improve the lives of the poor. Today there are 236 Catholic Worker communities who live and work among the poor, provide hospitality for the homeless and protest violence in all forms.

 
Other Selections by Dorothy Day


TitlePublication Date
Dorothy Day 10/2002
Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker 05/2016
From Union Square to Rome 09/2006
House of Hospitality 02/2015
House of Hospitality [ePub Ebook] 02/2015
Ishi Means Man 01/2015
Loaves and Fishes 09/1997
M S S Dorthy Day 06/1996
On Pilgrimage 03/1999
On Pilgrimage 08/1999
The Book of Ammon 05/2010
The Duty of Delight 10/2011
The Long Loneliness 09/2009
The Reckless Way of Love 03/2017