“McNamara’s Vlog”: Dorothy Day (1897-1980)

“McNamara’s Vlog”: Dorothy Day (1897-1980) November 29, 2018

Friends, today marks the 38th anniversary of Servant of God Dorothy Day’s passing. In 1933, she and Peter Maurin founded the Catholic Worker movement, probably the most radical program of evangelical poverty ever seen in American life. I hope you’ll enjoy this video I created to honor her life and work. Hopefully, on some future November 29th, we’ll be celebrating the Feast of St. Dorothy!

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