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Joshua Hren
Caroline Gordon's 'The Malefactors,' a novel lost to prospective generations of readers, was a classic Catholic tale told by an author of considerable talent.
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The Dorothy Day Guild and America Media present a commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the death of Servant of God Dorothy Day on Nov. 29, 2020, featuring a conversation about her living legacy with New York Times columnist David Brooks, Comment magazine editor Anne Snyder and The New Yorker contributor Paul Elie. The event is convened by Robert Ellsberg, publisher at Orbis Books, and the panel is moderated by America Media's Colleen Dulle.

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A Hunger for God. A Striving for Goodness. A Passion for Justice.
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James T. Keane
The teaching seems cut and dry—and yet there are examples of conscientious objectors, like Dorothy Day, who abstained from voting.
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Mike Mastromatteo
Dorothy Day lived a life that today poses significant challenges for just about anyone mindful of the least of our brethren.
Alejandra Molina - Religion News Service
Founded in 1970, Los Angeles Catholic Worker is modeled after the Catholic Worker movement started by Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin in Greenwich Village in New York City in 1933 to relieve poverty.