All is grace: book review (and SAMS Congress)
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
All is grace is a revised and updated version of Love is the measure, based on more sources, including Dorothy Day’s letters and diaries. I have little to add to my original review, other than to say that this one is bigger and better and even more worth reading. Dorothy Day, and anarchist, pacifist and communitarian, was one of the outstanding Christians of the 20th century and in 1998 the process of having her declared a saint in the Roman Catholic Church was started.
Perhaps I could add that this week I have been attending the annual congress of the Southern African Missiological Society (SAMS), which is on the theme of Religion and Empire. And listening to the papers being read, and the discussion on them, I think that if anyone knew anything about “Religion and Empire” it was Dorothy Day. So I really recommend this book to anyone who is interested in that topic.