How to describe Dorothy Day? Grandmother, anarchist, prophet, journalist, pacifist, saint? The FBI once considered her a threat to national security. Now the Catholic Church is considering her for sainthood. 

The Dorothy Day Story

A viewing and panel discussion with acclaimed documentarian Martin Doblmeier
7 to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, January 15, 2020
at Ascension Borgess Hospital, Lawrence Education Center, 1521 Gull Road, Kalamazoo

A transformations Spirituality Center collaboration with the Peace House, the Catholic/ Quaker House in Kalamazoo, and Ascension Borgess

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REVOLUTION OF THE HEART: The Dorothy Day Story profiles the co-founder (along with Peter Maurin) of the Catholic Worker Movement that began as a newspaper to expose rampant injustices during the Great Depression. It soon expanded to become a network of houses of hospitality to welcome the poor and destitute.

Over the years, Dorothy Day developed her understanding of how to follow the Biblical challenge to be “peacemakers” by resisting all forms of military intervention. She protested America’s involvement in World War II and was severely criticized. Day was arrested multiple times for protesting America’s nuclear buildup and she led nationwide resistance against the war in Vietnam.