Entertaining Angels: The Dorothy Day Story
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Entertaining Angels: The Dorothy Day Story
For spending much of her life helping the poor and unfortunate, the late Dorothy Day was known as the American Mother Teresa. This biopic tells her inspirational story. The film begins in 1917 when Day was living in Greenwich Village, hanging out with such notorious liberals as Eugene O'Neill and working as a politically active radical journalist strongly supporting women's suffrage. Back then, Day was equally committed to fast living and free loving. As a result she ends up pregnant. After suffering a devastating abortion, the traumatized Day leaves the Village and spends the next two… More

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"Focuses on her early years as a Bohemian journalist, a suffragette and an unwed mother."
‑ Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat, Spirituality and Practice
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