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From The Catholic Register
BALTIMORE – The U.S. bishops, on a voice vote, endorsed the sainthood cause of Dorothy Day, the co-founder of the Catholic Worker movement, who was famously quoted as saying, “Don’t call me a saint. I don’t want to be dismissed so easily.”
The endorsement came at the end of a canonically required consultation that took place Nov. 13, the second day of the bishops’ annual fall general assembly in Baltimore.
Under the terms of the 2007 Vatican document “Sanctorum Mater,” the diocesan bishop promoting a sainthood cause must consult at least with the regional bishops’ conference on the advisability of pursuing the cause.
In the case of Day, whose Catholic Worker ministry was based in New York City, the bishop promoting her cause is Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan of New York, president of the U.S. bishops’ conference. The cause was first undertaken by one of Cardinal…
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