Colleen Dulle, award-winning author and multimedia journalist who covers Catholic news at America Magazine/Media will lead the discussion and also talk about the politics of Dorothy Day in light of polarization in the U.S.
Harvard Divinity School student, focusing on religion, ethics, and politics through a public policy lens. She is dedicated to bridging the gap between progressive politics and religion in the U.S.
Editor in chief and publisher of Orbis Books and author of Blessed Among Us: Day by Day with Saintly Witnesses – the person and life of Dorothy Day
Ignatian Volunteer Corps NY/Metro. Joe’s IVC work supports the Cause for the Canonization of Dorothy Day under the auspices of the Archdiocese of New York. Dr. Sclafani will speak about the IVC’s unique relationship with the Dorothy Day Guild.
Co-Founder of the Albany Catholic Worker Community – Emmaus House and member of the Ignatian Volunteer Corps. Dr. Boehrer will speak about outreach to the homeless and immigrants. Fred also serves as Director of New Sanctuary for Immigrants, the first all-volunteer group providing free services to both documented and undocumented immigrants in the Albany, NY area.
Vice postulator for the Cause of Dorothy Day and Director of the Department of Social and Community Development (NY Catholic Charities) – update and happenings with the Canonization Process