Tag Archives: nonviolence

Our Hope For Peace in 2014

Recently, the world’s most famous Jesuit offered a message from Rome in anticipation of the church’s world day of peace celebration on January 1. In it he reminds us: “Fraternity is an essential human quality, for we are relational beings. … Continue reading

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February Profile: Pax Christi USA’s Patty Chappell

Pax Christi USA Executive Director Patty Chappell, our February Progressive Profile, talks about how an individual conversion to a life of peace and nonviolence leads to action that can transform our families, communities, nation and the world. Continue reading

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We Are Crying Out ‘Help Me’: A Look At Nonviolence As An Alternative

We as a country are crying out for help as we watch yet another violent tragedy play out in Connecticut. Those who sell us fear, hatred and division profit while we destroy our own souls. A look at nonviolence as a possible salve. Continue reading

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February Profile: John Dear, S.J.

John Dear, S.J., international nonviolence and peace activist, reflects on his life’s work, the role of nonviolence in today’s world and his life-changing new book. We are honored to feature him as our February Progressive Profile. Continue reading

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