Martha Hennessy, granddaughter of Dorothy Day, said her grandmother “loved the Staten Island Ferry, so what an honor to have one named after her.”
Dinner guests at the Maurin House, a relatively new Catholic Worker community in Columbia Heights, might be tempted to describe what they see as an exceptional and lofty expression of Christian life.
Deacon Tom Cornell, a co-founder of Pax Christi USA as well as the Catholic Peace Fellowship and a decadeslong associate of Catholic Worker co-founder Dorothy Day, died Aug. 1 at his home near New York City. He was 88.
Dorothy Day’s need to connect with others and keep neglected people front and center would fit perfectly in the COVID-19 era.
The sainthood cause for Dorothy Day, co-founder of the Catholic Worker movement, believes it could have all of the documentation prepared at some point next year to send to the Vatican Congregation for Saints’ Causes.
Dear Editor: Articles re: the progress of efforts made to canonize Dorothy Day, co-founder of the Catholic Worker movement, have appeared in various periodicals.
For Father John Gribowich, 36, the best type of ministry is to love others. “I have a great love for the poor ever since I was in high school. I want to live the social justice mission of the church.”
Dorothy Day’s life and legacy were remembered at the University of St. Francis in Fort Wayne, Ind., as part of the events marking the school’s 125th anniversary.
Late last year, I spent an evening at The Catholic Worker House, 55 East Third St. in Manhattan. I usually invite myself over to The Worker once a year to give a lecture. Whenever I go, I hope that I will have something to say that interests the 50 or 60 people who might attend. On […]