DOROTHY DAY : FRIEND TO THE
Grand Rapids, MI : Eerdmans,
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Day is remembered as the leader of the Catholic Worker Movement.
She had a strong sense of social commitment and lived her life to serve
others. Day is credited with founding many "houses of hospitality"
that provided food and shelter to the poor and homeless. What drives
someone to be so giving? Find out about the life of one of the best
known social reformers of the 20th century.
Day, Dorothy, 1897-1980.
Catholic converts -- Biography.
Women social reformers -- Biography.
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