1. Six Insights from the Life of Dorothy Day

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    Watch the video above in which Archbishop Dolan shares six insights that we may receive today by reflexing on the life of Dorothy Day, the founder of the Catholic Worker Movement. The Archbishop preached during Vespers (the evening prayer of the Church) at the Church of St. Joseph in Greenwich Village on Tuesday, November 9 2010. Dorothy often prayed at Saint Joseph's Church, the 30th anniversary of her death is on November 29. This event was co-sponsored by the Church of St. Joseph in Greenwich Village and Pax Christi Metro New York.

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    • Christ Room

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      CHRIST ROOM presents a day in the life of an intentional community house where priests and lay Church members welcome formerly homeless men to live rent-free. Set in Durham, North Carolina, the Rev. Dr. Colin Miller shares his dreams of the Maurin House Catholic Worker house: a place where friendships can be formed through daily prayer and meals among people who would not otherwise meet. This short documentary gives viewers a look into a modern day Christian intentional community in the tradition of Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin's Catholic Worker movement of the 1960s. Is this kind of life together possible? This film explores the tensions created when people from different walks of life come together under one roof. “Christ Room” is a short documentary about the Maurin House Catholic Worker community in Durham, NC. Also known as the Community of the Franciscan Way, Maurin House strives to create hospitality among students, families, and formerly homeless people by fostering friendship that “transcends the alienating differences between the privileged and the poor.” Learn more at http://cfw.dionc.org/ Producer and Editor: Pilar Timpane Assistant Producer: Alex Junho Kim

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      • 2011-06-21-Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker Movement- PART I

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        Her life's work and its relevance for today with Msgr. Lorenzo ALBACETE, Theologian, author, columnist, and Mary LATHROP, Catholic Worker and close friend of Dorothy Day Welcome by Fr. Jordan Kelly, OP Moderator: Rita A. Simmonds Presented by Crossroads Cultural Center and the Siena Forum for Faith and Culture Tuesday, June 21, 2011 St. Catherine of Siena Church, NYC

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        • Dorothy Day La fuerza de un ángel - conversión

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          Dorothy Day fue una joven que vivió en el siglo XX, fue periodista y luchó por los derechos de la mujer. Su conversión al cristianismo católico la llevó a trabajar por los más necesitados y fundó comedores y albergues para los sin techo. Fue encarcelada por protestar contra las guerras y la compra de armamento. Defensora de la no violencia. En esta secuencia se trabaja su conversión. Secuencia de uso exclusivamente educativo. Baja calidad de vídeo.

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          • Panelists on Peace Asked About Religious Support for War

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            Josh Stieber described his experience in war of being trained and ordered to do evil things, and having religious authorities advise him to just trust the military. Ray McGovern asked him to speak more about this, and Chris Hedges and David Swanson offered their thoughts as well. This was during a Thursday, April 29, 2010, “Teach-In on Capitol Hill,” held in Room 2168 of the Rayburn House Building, in Washington, D.C., dealing with the question of what the U.S. Congress must do to end the U.S. Wars and secure a peaceful Middle East. For more details on this event and its sponsors, go to: http://afterdowningstreet.org/node/51592 For more details on this event and its sponsors, go to: http://www.afterdowningstreet.org/node/51592

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            • 2011-06-21-Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker Movement - PART II

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              Her life's work and its relevance for today with Msgr. Lorenzo ALBACETE, Theologian, author, columnist, and Mary LATHROP, Catholic Worker and close friend of Dorothy Day Moderator: Rita A. Simmonds Presented by Crossroads Cultural Center and the Siena Forum for Faith and Culture Tuesday, June 21, 2011 St. Catherine of Siena Church, NYC

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              • Distributism

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                Distributism is an economic philosophy that developed in England in the early 20th century based upon the principles of Catholic social teaching, especially the teachings of Pope Leo XIII in his encyclical Rerum Novarum and Pope Pius XI in Quadragesimo Anno. For more information go to: http://www.distributistreview.com

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                • 2011-10-23 Dorothy Day: A Saint for Our Time?-DC (Part I)

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                  World-renowned Dorothy Day biographer Jim FOREST, author of ALL IS GRACE, discusses the life of this great Catholic social reformer and the movement that was born from her call to serve Christ, as well as the relevance of this history for today's troubled times. Presented by Crossroads Cultural Center, Washington, DC Date: Sunday, October 23, 2011 Time: 4pm The Catholic University of America Hannan Hall, Room 108 620 Michigan Ave., N.E. Washington, D.C.

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                  • Catholic Worker: Altruism and Abnegation

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                    Documentary on the New York based Catholic Worker organization. The Catholic Worker is a controversial social outreach group started in the 1930's in New York by Dorothy Day. Steadfast in their beliefs, they strive to see the end of militarism in all it's forms, redistribution of wealth, and the elimination of the domination systems put in place by capitalism and greed. Written and Directed by Chris Cloud Additional Camera Operator: Tyler Yowell Boom Operator: Corey Hodge

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                    • The Oakland Catholic Worker: Sowing Seeds of Peace

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