Dorothy Day became Catholic in 1927, after a unique but difficult young adulthood. She was passionate about helping workers and the poor, writing and advocating for social reform. In 1932 Dorothy co-founded the Catholic Worker newspaper, which promoted Catholic social teaching and grew into a movement, founding shelters for the unemployed across the world. Dorothy passed away among the poor in one of those shelters in 1980.
Now you can bring this heavenly friend with you wherever you go with a Tiny saint! This cute, colorful, and durable charm is made of soft PVC and a small clip that allows you to attach the charm to keychains, backpacks, jacket zippers, lanyards and more.
This item makes a great stocking stuffer at Christmas or a thoughtful little gift for your child or teen to help remind them of the prayers and intercession of their patron or favorite saint.
- Durable rubber construction
- Not for children under 3 years old
- 1" charm w/lobster clasp (no live lobsters included)