Finding Dorothy Day (Part II)

In 1950, an Irish Jesuit priest named Father Edmond Kent was visiting Manhattan for the day. He was hoping to meet Dorothy Day, because he had read about her remarkable conversion from Marxism to Christianity, and was equally impressed by her Catholic Worker Movement and its...
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APPENDIX: Why We Catholics Are So “Hung Up” on Abortion

[Timothy Cardinal Dolan is the Archbishop of New York. This column appeared on January 13 on the website of Catholic New York (www.cny.org) and is reprinted with the Cardinal’s permission.]   “Why are you Catholics so hung up about abortion?” this rather well-known political...
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Good Humor and the Illusion of Control

Day-to-day events are moving with the speed of an avalanche, so fast, in fact, that they threaten to bury me right here where I sit scribbling. Our moment cries out for a caveat: Between the time of this writing and the time of your reading some important new “fact” may be...
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HOT TOPIC: Churches Set for Holy Battle to Open in New York

www.newsmax.com/mariamcfaddenmaffucci/churches-new-york-cuomo-dolan/2020/05/21/id/968299/ Perhaps the cardinal’s intensity reflected growing frustration with our secular prince, Gov. Andrew Cuomo? Dolan ended his powerful, moving homily with a saying popularly attributed to...
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