1897 – Born on the 8th of November in New York.
1927 – Began a period of spiritual awakening, which led her to embrace Catholicism, joining the Church in December with baptism at Our Lady Help of Christian’s parish on Staten Island.
1933 – Founded the Catholic Worker Movement, espousing nonviolence, and hospitality for the impoverished and downtrodden.
1952 – Published her autobiography The Long Loneliness.
1960 – She was embraced by progressive Catholics.
1963 – Her account of the Catholic Worker movement, Loaves and Fishes, was published in this year.
1980 – Died on the 29th of November and was buried in Resurrection Cemetery on Staten Island, just a few blocks from where her beachside cottage once stood where she first became interested in Catholicism.
1983 – She was proposed for sainthood by the Claretian Missionaries.