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Dorothy Day

Dorothy Day (1897-1980)


Important EventMay 1, 1933 she launched the "Catholic Worker Movement" "those who worked with hand or brain, those who did physical, mental or spiritual work. But we thought primarily of the poor, the dispossessed, the exploited" (Long Loneliness, p. 204).

BiblographyBorn: November 8, 1897 Died: November 29, 1980

Interesting Facts1 Common Good 2. Work of social justice.3. "Catholics" = poor 4. Justice of the common good5. Caring for the poor and vulnerable.6. "The Catholic Worker" 7. Social justice teachings8. Reconstruction of Social Order9. Rich and Poor. 10. God's footsteps

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Expending larger incomes so that opportunity for gainful work may be abundant, provided, however, that this work is applied to producing really useful goods, ought to be considered, as We deduce from the principles of the Angelic Doctor,[37] an outstanding exemplification of the virtue of munificence and one particularly suited to the needs of the times. (#51)-On the Reconstruction of Social Order

Food for the body is not enough. There must be food for the soul. -Dorothy Day

If you pour yourself out for the hungry and satisfy the desire of the afflicted, then shall your light rise in the darkness and your gloom be as the noonday. Isaiah 58: 10


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