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In the film, “Entertaining Angels,” it tells the true story about how Dorothy Day, a journalist and social activist, helps New York City’s poor. It shows her struggle as she begins the Catholic Worker movement and commits her entire life to peacemaking, battling for justice, and serving the poor. Many people think that Dorothy should be declared a saint, but she is just the perfect model for how people are supposed to live their lives if they want to be closer to God: they have to care for the poor, they have to be willing to suffer for justice, they must act with charity, and bring faith and action through prayer. The film portrays many Catholic Social Teachings. One of the teachings shown in the film is solidarity, which is being upheld, and another teaching that is being violated is the life and dignity of the human person.The social teaching that is being upheld in the film is solidarity. The term means that the world is one big human family, whatever our national, racial, ethnic, economic, and ideological differences are, and that we are our brothers’ and sisters’ keepers, wherever they may be. An example of this in the film is the Catholic Worker movement. After Dorothy’s conversion in Staten Island, she returns back to New York City with her daughter, Tamar, and meets a French man named Peter Maurin. His devotion to helping people living on the street pushes Dorothy to open her own soup kitchen and shelter for the poor.  In one scene he tells her: “There is no sin in being rich. There is no sin in being poor. But there is sin in having more than you need and not sharing with those who have less than they need.” The Catholic Worker movement worked to help out the people, our brothers and sisters, who needed food and shelter. The Catholic Social Teaching that is being violated in the film is the life and dignity of the human person. The Catholic Church proclaims that human life is sacred and that the dignity is the foundation of a moral vision for society. In our society today, human life is threatened by things like abortion and euthanasia. An example from the film is when Dorothy was involved with the writer Lionel Moise. When Day got pregnant, she gave into Lionel’s insistence to get an abortion, in fear that he would leave her if she didn’t. Another example is the scene where