"I read through Dorothy’s autobiography like a starving man tucking into a feast, and I well remember sitting in the Fishbowl at the University of Oregon when I turned the last page. 'I’ll never be the same,' I said out loud, and I was right."_____________________________
From "Ecumenism, Conversion, and the Catholic Worker: Dorothy Day's Appeal to Evangelicals," Dorothy Day and the Church: Past, Present, & Future, eds. Lance Richey and Adam DeVille (Solidarity Hall, 2016).