Dorothy Day: Friend to the Forgotten  -     By: Deborah Kent
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Dorothy Day: Friend to the Forgotten

Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. / Paperback

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This fascinating biography chronicles the life of Dorothy Day, known the world over as the leader of the Catholic Worker Movement. Guided by a strong commitment to social justice and by deep religious ideals, Dorothy Day dedicated her life to the service of others. Deborah Kent here recounts the trials and triumphs of Dorothy Day's life, detailing her role as the founder of The Catholic Worker newspaper, as the founder of numerous "houses of hospitality" that provided food and shelter to the destitute, and as the champion of causes that helped those in need.

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Format: Paperback
Vendor: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.
ISBN: 0802852653
ISBN-13: 9780802852656

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Now back in print--the evocative biography of Dorothy Day: journalist, social activist, founder of the Catholic Worker movement, and advocate for the homeless. Photos.

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