THE DUTY OF DELIGHT: THE DIARIES OF DOROTHY DAY

DOROTHY DAY

On the feast of the Immaculate Conception in 1932, Dorothy Day visited the National Shrine and prayed that “some way would be opened for me to work for the poor and the oppressed.” When she returned from the National Shrine to her apartment in New York, the French peasant-intellectual Peter Maurin was waiting on her […]