Monday, November 15, 2010
“Dorothy Day is one of the most significant women in the life of the Church in the United States." That's how Archbishop Timothy Dolan of New York began this moving and inspiring talk about the founder of the Catholic Worker Movement on the anniversary of her birthday Nov. 9 at St. Joseph's Church in Greenwich Village. Day often visited that church. The Peter Maurin Center is a part of the Catholic Worker movement.
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