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Saturday 28 May

Jude 17:20-25, Ps 63, Mark 11:27-33 Only in you We have a deep longing for God. Only in solitary contemplation will we discover both who we are and who God is. The Hound of Heaven poem introduced as College retreat material fascinated me. Later I read that it led Dorothy Day to Catholicism. She said […]

‘Great Adventure of the Spirit’

Dorothy Day writes of the final days of Blessed Pope John XXIII fifty years ago…  An excerpt from the Catholic Worker of June-July 1963 – reprinted with permission Monday, June third, I landed from the Vulcania Italian Line Ship at 45th Street, New York, at eight o’clock in the morning to find many of my […]