This attractive volume is an essential resource on Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker and belongs in every library . . . invaluable for classroom use with advanced high school or college students or in adult study groups . . . attest[s] to the power of Dorothy Day's religious conversion, the richness of her contemplative, Eucharist-centered, and activist spirituality for so many whose paths crossed hers or who are stirred by her writing and witness for nonviolent revolution.
American Catholic Studies
A wonderful book . . . that will refresh and renew one's faith. . . . Reading even one at a time or all over a month or so will create a longing - for the days when journalists (and reformers, and community founders, leaders, and mystics - all of which Ms. Day embodied) would write in clear, direct language.
CRUX of the News
This book is a well-written collection of highly relevant articles that are very much worth reading.
Thanks to Patrick Jordan for cutting and pasting these delightful writings from Commonweal into a single volume