Reading Guides, VOLUME 11

Ten Women Social Critics that Christians Should Be Reading

In honor of Women’s History Month, here are 10 important social critics of the last 100 years. The work of social critics is vital for the health and flourishing of the church, because they remind us of the brokenness of the world and challenge us to imagine new and more healthy ways of sharing life together.

 

Here are ten women social critics whose work has been particularly helpful for me in trying to discern how to live faithfully in the twenty-first century. With each critic, I’ve included an excerpt that will serve as an introduction to that writer’s work.

 

Dorothy Day

The co-founder of the Catholic Worker movement, lived among the poor and was staunch anti-war activist.

*** Books by Dorothy Day


Excerpt: Robert Coles’s intro to Day’s autobiography
from  The Long Loneliness: The Autobiography of the Legendary Catholic Social Activist




 

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