Dorothy Day

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Dorothy Day: Friend to the Forgotten

Part of the Women of Spirit collection for young readers, this fascinating biography chronicles the life of Dorothy Day. Known the world over as the leader of the Catholic Worker Movement, Day, guided by a strong commitment to social justice and by deep religious ideals, dedicated her life to the service of others. Kent recounts the trials and triumphs of Dorothy Day's life, detailing her role as the found of The Catholic Worker newspaper, as the founder of numerous "houses of hospitality" that provided food and shelter to the destitute, and as the champion of causes that helped those in need.

Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1996
Paperback, 147 pages


DEBORAH KENT is the author of more than a dozen novels for young adults and numerous nonfiction titles for children and teens. She lives in Chicago, IL.

Author: Deborah Kent
Publisher: Eerdmans
Date Published: 1996
Language: English
Pages: 157
ISBN: 978-0802851178
Item Number: B557P

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