Revolution of the Heart: The Dorothy Day Story
Special | 57m
Through Dorothy Day's journey from young, communist journalist, to her awakening as co-founder of The Catholic Worker newspaper and "houses of hospitality," sheltering and feeding New York City's homeless during the Great Depression, emerges a portrait of a selfless woman who followed her heart to better the lives of those less fortunate. Martin Sheen, Cornell West, biographer, Robert Ellsberg.
Aired: 03/06/20 | Expires: 03/05/24 |
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