In this selection from the final session of Summer Seminar 2022 on Christian Anarchism, I discuss Dorothy Day’s background and motivation for co-founding the Catholic Worker movement with Peter Maurin. Dorothy Day is currently being considered for sainthood by the Catholic Church, and there is a growing interest in her philosophy and work.
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One thought on “Who Was Dorothy Day? (Christian Anarchism Clip 5)”
Thank you, Laurie, I enjoyed your take on Dorothy Day. I believe you two would hit it off if you were to meet one another. I spent a week long retreat at the Madonna House (Combermere, ON) many years ago and was amazed with the way people communed with one another.
Lots of love,