Over at Sussidiario, Monsignor Lorenzo Albacete has a fine essay on Dorothy Day. Albacete is, in his own very different way, possessed of a certain saintliness, so it is unsurprising that he finds in Day's life and witness that marks of sanctity as well. And, therein, the breezes of the Spirit by which God renews the face of the earth.
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- Editorial: Sisters deserve an apology for apostolic visitation
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