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Dorothy Day (1897–1980) was an American journalist, social activist, and devout Catholic convert. In 1933, with Peter Maurin, she established the Catholic Worker, creating a community dedicated to direct aid for the poor and homeless, solidarity...read more
Dorothy Day (1897–1980) was an American journalist, social activist, and devout Catholic convert. In 1933, with Peter Maurin, she established the Catholic Worker, creating a community dedicated to direct aid for the poor and homeless, solidarity with the dispossessed, and social change. Day participated in the labor struggles of the 1930s, the Civil Rights movement, and nonviolent, pacifist opposition to WWII, Cold War militarism, and the Vietnam War, and her cause for canonization is open in the Catholic Church.

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The Duty of Delight

The Diaries of Dorothy Day

Written by Dorothy Day

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All the Way to Heaven

The Selected Letters of Dorothy Day

Written by Dorothy Day
Edited by Robert Ellsberg

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