Entertaining Angels: The Dorothy Day Story
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Entertaining Angels: The Dorothy Day Story
This biographical drama was based on the true story of Dorothy Day, a devout Catholic who devoted much of her life to working with the poor and homeless on New York City's Lower East Side. Born in an Episcopalian household in 1897, Day (played by Moira Kelly) was a free-thinking agnostic in her young adulthood; she contributed to radical leftist journals and was friends with the likes of Eugene O'Neill (James Lancaste) and Mike Gold (Paul Lieber). After undergoing a painful abortion and giving birth to another child out of wedlock after her lover, Foster Batterham (Lenny Von Dohlen),… 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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