Dorothy Day: Don’t Call Me a Saint
Written, directed and produced by Claudia Larson
This film tells the story of Dorothy Day, the New York writer and Catholic anarchist who unwittingly created what would become a worldwide peace and social justice movement: The Catholic Worker.
The Catholic Worker exists to this day in over 180 houses of hospitality and soup kitchens across the world. They believe in doing works of mercy and living in voluntary poverty with no attachments to Church or State.
Read more about Dorothy Day’s interesting and turbulent life or order the film here.
A Danish film directed by Gabriel Axel and based on the short story by Isak Dinesen
This film is set in Denmark and depicts the story of two sisters whose life is changed when they take in Babette, a refugee from Paris.
It is a story that highlights the importance of community and participation as well as the significance of a shared meal and an outward show of our love and appreciation for one and other.
Order the film here.