Edited by Robert Ellsberg. A collection of Dorothy Day’s “On Pilgrimage” columns from the 1960s is a chronicle of faith and action. Living among the poor and seeking God in her daily life, Dorothy Day had a special vantage point during this tumultuous decade, marked by the Cuban Revolution, Vatican II, the struggle for Civil Rights, Vietnam protests, and the rise of the United Farmworkers. A chronicle of faith and action through a decade of protest, idealism and change. Read more.