Dorothy Day's movement is a solid expression of traditional Catholicism, rooted in the spirituality and thought of the Church.
Edmund B. Miller
Review of Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker Movement edited by William J. Thorn, Phillip M. Runkel and Susan Mountin
DOROTHY DAY'S CRUMBLING LEGACY
VITAL WORKS RECONSIDERED, #10
Charles Owen Rice
President Johnson was seduced by his macho superpatriotism into the morass of Vietnam, and so the war against poverty was lost too.
BUT AN IMPORTANT CATHOLIC WRITER?
John C. Cort
Review of A Revolution of the Heart: Essays on the Catholic Worker
HOMELESSESS: A LIFE-THREATENING CONDITION
CHRIST & NEIGHBOR
A REVOLUTIONARY INFINITELY BEYOND MARX
William D. Miller
Review of Dorothy Day by Robert Coles and Simone Weil by Robert Coles
HISTORY AS SEEN FROM A PERSONALIST VANTAGE POINT
- Karl Keating