DOROTHY DAY, UNION SQUARE SPEECH (6 NOVEMBER 1965): SUGGESTED READINGS,

AUDIO-VISUAL MATERIALS, AND ON-LINE RESOURCES

 

Suggested Readings

 

Asbury, Edith Evans. "David Miller and the Catholic Workers: A Study in Pacifism." New York Times (24 October 1965): 76.

Baxter, Michael J. C.S.C. "Catholics Should be More Conscientious about Objecting to War." U.S. Catholic (December 2002): 20-24.

Chatfield, Charles. "The Catholic Worker in the United States Peace Tradition." In American Catholic Pacifism: The Influence of Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker Movement, edited by Anne Klejment and Nancy L. Roberts. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1996.

Chittister, Joan, O.S.B. "Viewpoint Woman: Do Call Her a Saint." Pax Christi USA 13

(1988): 16.

Coles, Robert. Dorothy Day : A Radical Devotion, Radcliffe Biography Series. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1987.

Day, Dorothy. "Address to the Liberal-Socialist Allliance in New York City." In From Megaphones to Microphones : Speeches of American Women, 1920-1960, edited by Sandra J. Sarkela, Susan Mallon Ross, and Margaret A. Lowe. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1941.

———. The Folly of Force. New York: Catholic Worker Press, 1938.

———. From Union Square to Rome. New York: Arno Press, 1978.

———. Loaves and Fishes. New York: Orbis Books, 1997.

———. The Long Loneliness: The Autobiography of Dorothy Day. New York: Harper, 1952.

———. Mystical Body of Christ. New York: Catholic Worker Press, 1936.

———. "To Our Readers." The Catholic Worker (May 1933): 4.

———. "To Our Readers." The Catholic Worker (May 1939): 4.

———. "Union Square Speech." 6 November 1965. Marquette University, Wisconsin, Dorothy Day Archives, DD-CW Series W-63, Box 2.

Egan, Eileen. Dorothy Day: A Permanent Revolution. Erie, PA: Pax Christi,

1983.

———. Peace Be With You: Justified Warfare or the Way of Nonviolence. Maryknoll,

New York: Orbis Books, 1999.

Forest, James. Love is the Measure: A Biography of Dorothy Day. New York: Paulist

Press, 1986.

Goldzwig, Steve, and George Cheney. "The U.S. Catholic Bishops on Nuclear Arms: Corporate Advocacy, Role Redefinition, and Rhetorical Adaptation." Central States Speech Journal 35 (Spring 1984): 8-23.

Hogan, J. Michael. "Managing Dissent in the Catholic Church: A Reinterpretation of the Pastoral Letter on War and Peace." Quarterly Journal of Speech 75 (1989): 400-415.

Jablonski, Carol. "Dorothy Day's Contested Legacy: 'Humble Irony' as a Constraint on

Memory." Journal of Communication & Religion 23 (2000): 29-49.

Klejment, Anne. "War Resistance and Property Destruction: The Catonsville Nine Draft

Board Raid and Catholic Worker Pacifism." In A Revolution of the Heart, edited

by Patrick G. Coy. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press, 1988.

Klejment, Anne, and Roberts, Nancy L. "The Catholic Worker and the Vietnam War." In

American Catholic Pacifism : The Influence of Dorothy Day and the Catholic

Worker Movement, edited by Anne Klejment and Nancy L. Roberts. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1996.

McNeal, Patricia. "Catholic Peace Organizations and World War II." In American Catholic Pacifism : The Influence of Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker Movement, edited by Anne Klejment and Nancy L. Roberts. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1996.

Miller, Richard B. "Aquinas and the Presumption against Killing and War." The Journal

of Religion 82 (April 2002): 173-204.

Miller, William D. Dorothy Day : A Biography. San Francisco, CA: Harper & Row, 1982.

Miller, William D. A Harsh and Dreadful Love. New York: Liveright, 1973.

Morgan, Joseph G. The Vietnam Lobby: The American Friends of Vietnam, 1955-1975. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1997.

Musto, Ronald G. The Catholic Peace Tradition. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books, 1986.

O'Connor, June. The Moral Vision of Dorothy Day: A Feminist Perspective. New York: Crossroad, 1991.

Piehl, Mel. Breaking Bread: The Catholic Worker and the Origin of Catholic Radicalism in America. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press, 1982.

Roberts, Nancy L. Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1984.

Robinson, Douglas. "5 Draft Card Burners Doused at Rally," New York Times, 7 (November 1965): 1.

Robinson, Douglas. "Policy in Vietnam Scored in Rallies Throughout U.S.," New York Times (16 October 1965): 1.

Sammon, Jane. "September 11, 2001," The Catholic Worker (October-November 2001): 6.

Sicius, Francis J. "The Pacifist Debate." In American Catholic Pacifism : The Influence of Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker Movement, edited by Anne Klejment and Nancy L. Roberts. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1996.

 

Audio-Visual Materials

 

Dear, John. Advent of Nonviolence. Villa Maria, PA: Villa Maria Retreat Center, 2001.

Video Recording.

Forliti, John, and Fourre, Connie. We Are Called: Catholic Social Teaching for Today.

St. Paul, MN : Archdiocese of St. Paul & Minneapolis, Instructional Services

Center, 2001. Video Recording.

Fost, Frank. Marketplace Prophets: Voices for Justice in the 20th Century. Washington,

DC: United States Catholic Conference, 1991. Video Recording.

Lawson, Claudia. Don't Call Me a Saint. New York: NY Documentary, 2005. Video

Recording.

The Catholic Contribution to Non-Violence. Kansas City, MO: Sheed and Ward, 1986.

Video Recording.

Rhodes, Michael Ray. Entertaining Angels : The Dorothy Day Story. Burbank, CA:

Warner Home Video, 1996. Video Recording.

 

On-Line Resources

 

"Atoms for Peace." Milestone Documents in the National Archives, Eisenhower—National Archives and Records Administration, http://www.eisenhower.archives.gov/atom1.htm.

Allaire, Jim. "The Catholic Worker Movement," http://www.catholicworker.org/.

———. "Remembering Dorothy Day in her Words and Deeds,"

http://www.catholicworker.org/winona/centenaryinsert.htm.

———. "Directory of Catholic Worker Communities,"

http://www.catholicworker.org/communities/commlistall.cfm.

Collobrative Ministry Office, Creighton University. "The Promotion of Justice

Resources for Exploring the Jesuit and Catholic Tradition,"

http://www.creighton.edu/CollaborativeMinistry/justice-links.html.

Day, Dorothy. "From Union Square to Rome,"

http://www.catholicworker.org/dorothyday/daytext.cfm?TextID=2.

Gregory, Wilton D, Bishop. Statement on War with Iraq. 2003. http://www.usccb.org/sdwp/peace/stm31903.htm.

John XXIII, Pope. Mater et Magistra. 1961. http://www.osjspm.org/cst/mm.htm.

John XXIII, Pope. Pacem et Terris. 1963. http://www.vatican.va/holy_father/john_xxiii/encyclicals/documents/hf_j-xxiii_enc_11041963_pacem_en.html.

"The Marquette University Dorothy Day and Catholic Worker Archives,"

http://www.marquette.edu/library/collections/archives/day.html.

"Pax Christi USA," http://www.paxchristiusa.org/.

Randall, Beth. "Illuminating Lives: Dorothy Day,"

http://www.mcs.drexel.edu/~gbrandal/Illum_html/Day.html.

"Resources for Catholic Educators – Dorothy Day," http://www.silk.net/RelEd/day.htm.

Runkel, Phil. "Dorothy Day the Staten Island Years: an online museum exhibit hosted by

Marquette University,"

http://www.marquette.edu/library/collections/archives/projects/DDE/page01.html.

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. "Social Development and World Peace,"

http://www.nccbuscc.org/sdwp/index.htm.

Zwick, Mark, and Louise Zwick. "A Call to Change America: How Would Dorothy Day

Respond to an Attack such as September 11?" Houston Catholic Worker XXII,

no. 1 (January-February 2002). Available from

http://www.cjd.org/paper/change.html.