All Is Grace: A Biography of Dorothy Day

All Is Grace: A Biography of Dorothy Day
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Dorothy Day (1897-1980), founder of the Catholic Worker movement, and one of the most prophetic voices in the American Catholic Church, has lately been proposed as a candidate for canonization. In this richly illustrated biography gives Jim Forest a convincing portrait of his heroic efforts to live the radical message of the Gospel in our time.
journalist and social reformer in his youth, his friends surprised by the decision of the Day in 1927 to enter the Catholic Church. His conversion, induced by birth out of wedlock by her daughter Tamar his left to discover a way to reconcile his faith with his commitment to social justice and the poor. The answer came with his decision to open the Catholic Worker, both a newspaper and a movement. Articulate a radical vision of society rooted in the Gospel, the day and those who went with her, engaged in works of mercy, whilst struggling to generate a new society where it is less difficult to be good. An ardent pacifist, Day All Is Grace: A Biography of Dorothy Day

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