Sainthood cause for Dorothy Day + Who is Dorothy Day? + Dorothy Day’s unpopular stance

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CatholicNewsService· Dec 12, 2012

Part I in a series examining the sainthood cause of Dorothy Day, an American activist and founder of the Catholic Worker movement. This segment examines recent developments in the canonization process.

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Who is Dorothy Day?

Dec 13, 2012

Part II in a series examining the sainthood cause of Dorothy Day, an American activist and founder of the Catholic Worker movement. Here’s a look at Dorothy Day’s early life and the founding of The Catholic Worker.

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Dorothy Day’s unpopular stance

Dec 14, 2012

Part III in a series examining the sainthood cause of Dorothy Day, an American activist and founder of the Catholic Worker movement. This is an examination of how Dorothy Day’s staunch pacifism during World War II tarnishes her reputation in Catholic circles.

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Christianity and Anarchism

from the archives:

Dorothy Day: Change begins with oneself

Exclusive: What is Christian Anarchism, and is it useful today? by Rocket Kirchner

Exclusive: Why is there no peace in the peace movement? by Rocket Kirchner

Exclusive: Progressives that became more progressive after their conversion to Christ by Rocket Kirchner

Our Brothers, the Jews by Dorothy Day (1933)

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4 responses to “Sainthood cause for Dorothy Day + Who is Dorothy Day? + Dorothy Day’s unpopular stance

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  4. CANONIZE HER !

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