Dorothy Day: Holy Dissatisfaction

Police flank Dorothy Day, seated at a farm workers picket line in Lamont, California, in 1973.
Police flank Dorothy Day, seated at a farm workers picket line in Lamont, California, in 1973.

“I loved the Church for Christ made visible. Not for itself, because it was so often a scandal to me. Romano Guardini said the Church is the Cross on which Christ was crucified; one could not separate Christ from his Cross, and one must live in a state of permanent dissatisfaction with the Church.”–Dorothy Day

1 thought on “Dorothy Day: Holy Dissatisfaction”

  1. What do you think Howard Zinn, Cesar Chavez, Thomas Merton, and Phil Berrigan were saying to Dorothy Day in heaven when her name was brought up in Congress and it was not by the Capitol Police reading her Miranda rights before arresting her?

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