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Dorothy Day was a bohemian social activist and anarchist who did not abandon these liberal beliefs after she converted to Catholicism. Were her beliefs too radical to be considered for canonization? Read here to discover more and find out how Day’s legacy has been intertwined with Fordham University.

Fordham Librarians were listening carefully to Father Joseph P. McShane’s latest State of the University address on October 18, 2021. It has always been important to the library to reinforce the ways in which the University’s Jesuit mission and strategic plans are reflected in the academic programs and initiatives that we will ultimately support and enhance. “Educating for Justice” will be embraced by the University libraries. Check out some of the newly acquired ebooks in this week’s post!

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