A true great Universal story of an amazing woman and humanitarian.
This film is a real eye opener to how one person can make a real difference in so many lives. In this world of self promotion and selfishness it's nice to know that one woman can do so much to create a better world for so many. Everyone can learn a thing or two about the Catholic Worker movement and Dorothy Day as a person form this documentary. This particular expose of Dorothy Day is told through her writings (novels and editorials) and personal letters which gives a personal touch to the film that can only be achieved from this first hand information. The film leaves the idea of canonization for Dorothy Day open to the viewer instead of following a biased pursuit.
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