TCC Video: The Life of Dorothy Day

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Works of Mercy

Today is the 83rd anniversary of The Catholic Worker.  Learn more about The Catholic Worker movement and its founder, the soon to be canonized, Dorothy Day, from this short PBS film on her life and work.  Watch it after the jump:

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TCC Radio: Mengele Twin | Snap Judgement

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Eva Mozes Kor

 “Not because the perpetrators deserve my forgiveness. Forgiveness is self-healing . . . I deserve it.”

Eva Kor and her twin sister Miriam were experimented on by Nazi doctors at Auschwitz. In an attempt to save her sister’s life, and find out what was done to her, Eva finds a former Nazi doctor. She asks him for a signed document attesting to the evil that he participated in, and then, she forgives him. Listen to her story on Snap Judgment after the jump:

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TCC Reads: The Trial of the Catonsville Nine by Fr. Daniel Berrigan, RIP

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Daniel Berrigan

The Jesuit priest, poet, and peace activist, Daniel Berrigan has died at the age of 94. May he rest in peace. Fr. Berrigan gained attention by fighting for gospel nonviolence, and for his civil disobedience against The Vietnam WarRIP, Daniel Berrigan. More from Anna Keating after the jump:

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