Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker: The Miracle of Our Continuance

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Catholic Practice in North America
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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data

Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker : the miracle of our continuance / photographs by Vivian
Cherry ; Text by Dorothy Day ; Edited, with an Introduction and Additional Text by Kate
Hennessy. — First edition.
       pages cm. — (Catholic practice in North America)
     Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 978–0–8232–7136–8 (hardback)
1. Day, Dorothy, 1897–1980—Portraits. 2. Catholic Worker Movement—Pictorial works. 3. New
York (N.Y.)—Social conditions—20th century—Pictorial works. I. Hennessy, Kate, 1960– edi-
tor. II. Cherry, Vivian, 1920– Photographs. Selections. III. Day, Dorothy, 1897–1980. Works.
Selections.
BX4705.D283D66 2016
267’.182—dc23

2015036364

Printed in Italy

18 17 16   5 4 3 2 1

First edition

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction 1
  • One- House of Hospitality 16
  • Two- The Paper 43
  • Three- The Farm 60
  • Four- The Duty of Delight 84
  • Five- Protest and Prison 107
  • Six- Prayer 116
  • Epilogue- What Can One Person Do? 128
  • Excerpt Sources 130
  • Index of Photos 133
  • Select Titles from Empire State Editions 137
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