|Other Retailer||Price Checked Time||Their Price in NZD||Our Price|
|Amazon UK||8 days ago||37.18||$22.38||You save $14.80|
|Amazon US||7 days ago||27.68||$22.38||You save $5.30|
Michael Boover has been connected to the Catholic Worker movement since the early 70s when he met Dorothy Day and Catholic Worker priest Bernard E. Gilgun. Michael joined other young Catholic Workers in Central Massachusetts doing the works of mercy in a storefront and later house of hospitality in the city of Worcester and at the "House of Ammon" farm commune in Hubbardston. He also lived at the Catholic Worker Farm in Sheep Ranch, California. Michael currently lives and works at "Annunciation House of Worcester," a household blending Franciscan, Benedictine (Cistercian) and Catholic Worker influences. He and his wife, Diane, have four adult children who inspire and entertain.
"Some books give us the wise and prayerful words of Dorothy Day, co-founder of the Catholic Worker. Some books are about her, providing details of her life and influence. Michael Boover gives us both. His nuanced and thoughtful analysis of personally chosen selections from her writing can help readers not only to learn about this saintly woman but to grow in their own spirituality by using these selections as springboards to prayer and reflection." Rosalie Riegle, author of Dorothy Day: Portraits by Those Who Knew Her