Dorothy Day's Reckless Love
A Dignity NY Young Adult Reading Series
Join the Young Adults of Dignity / New York as they begin their exploration of Dorothy Day by watching the documentary "Dorothy Day: Don't Call me a Saint".
Dorothy Day was an American journalist, social activist, and Catholic convert. Day initially lived a bohemian lifestyle before gaining fame as a social activist after her conversion. She later became a key figure in the Catholic Worker Movement and earned a national reputation as a political radical, perhaps the most famous radical in American Catholic Church history.
The full-length documentary about Day, "Dorothy Day: Don't Call Me a Saint", premiered in 2005 and was shown at the 2006 Tribeca Film Festival.