Cardinal Dolan Dedicates Dorothy Day Center at Manhattan College

| 02/23/2024

By: Mary Shovlain

Cardinal Dolan blessed and dedicated the Dorothy Day Center for the Study and Promotion of Social Catholicism on Thursday at Manhattan College in the Bronx.

Dorothy Day founded the Catholic Worker Movement, and according to the College’s website, she lived her faith with a commitment to economic justice, pacifism, and nuclear disarmament.

In his remarks, Cardinal Dolan talked about the impact that Day, a native New Yorker, has had on his life.

See our report in the video above.

Find out more about the Dorothy Day Center for the Study and Promotion of Social Catholicism.

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