Don’t Call Me a Saint

Don't Call Me a Saint

The story of the New York writer and Catholic anarchist, Dorothy Day, who at the height of the Depression unwittingly created what would become a worldwide peace and social justice movement, known as the Catholic Worker which continues in hundreds of houses of hospitality and soup kitchens across the United States, the United Kingdom, Europe, Australia, Canada, Mexico and Africa with the mission of doing works of mercy and living in voluntary poverty with no attachments to Church or State. Learn more.