“Writing is an act of community. It is a letter, it is comforting, consoling, helping, advising on our part, as well as asking it on yours. It is a part of our human association with each other. It is an expression of our love and concern for each other.”
Explore Dorothy Day's writings on war and peace | justice | pacifism | poverty | faith | nonviolence | conscience | work | the works of mercy | hospitality | community | the mystical body of Christ | the little way | saints | prayer | hospitality | liturgy | and much more.
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This website is for spiritual seekers and committed believers alike. Reading Dorothy Day is an invitation to explore what it means to lead an authentic human and Christian life in our time.
For more information about Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker Movement visit the companion website at The Catholic Worker Movement