Dorothy Day became Catholic in 1927, after a unique but difficult young adulthood. She was passionate about helping workers and the poor, writing and advocating for social reform. In 1932 Dorothy co-founded the Catholic Worker newspaper, which promoted Catholic social teaching and grew into a movement, founding shelters for the unemployed across the world. Dorothy passed away among the poor in one of those shelters in 1980.
Laborers; Life After Abortion; Reporters; Social Justice; The Poor