The 40th anniversary of the death of Dorothy Day, a journalist, activist and co-founder of the Catholic Worker Movement, was the occasion of some online reflections on her life and career during a Nov. 29 webinar.
Complicated, flawed, often misunderstood and as controversial as she was beloved, Dorothy Day (1897-1980), co-founder of the Catholic Worker Movement, is the subject of the documentary “Revolution of the Heart: The Dorothy Day Story.”
Selling Dorothy Day’s former New York parish to make way for luxury apartments would be a devastating blow to residents and former parishioners in a neighborhood threatened by gentrification, an American researcher said.
Kate Hennessy, the youngest of Dorothy Day’s nine grandchildren, will speak on her new book, “Dorothy Day: The World Will Be Saved by Beauty: An Intimate Portrait of My Grandmother,” Tuesday, April 17, at College of St. Benedict in St. Joseph.
Kate Hennessy was at St. Norbert College in De Pere, Wis., Feb. 23 to talk about her newly released book, “Dorothy Day: The World Will Be Saved by Beauty: An Intimate Portrait of My Grandmother.” The youngest of Dorothy Day’s nine grandchildren, Hennessy was 20 when her grandmother died Nov. 29, 1980.