On the Road to Peace: This Advent, a Jesuit dying of cancer is focusing on the finals days of his journey to God.
On the Road to Peace
On the Road to Peace: With everyone else, I've been mourning, celebrating and reflecting these past few days on the extraordinary life of Nelson Mandela.
On the Road to Peace: On Dec. 7, 1993, three friends and I walked onto an Air Force base, an action that led to a period in prison.
On the Road to Peace: This weekend's annual gathering at the School of the Americas was both heartbreaking and heartening, a time of grief and a time of joy.
This weekend, thousands will converge on Columbus, Ga., for the annual protest at the School of the Americas, a U.S. military training institution for Latin American militaries and death squads, officially called the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation. Once again, we will mourn the dead, march for peace and call for the closing of this terrorist training camp.
On the Road to Peace: William Stringfellow has been part of my regular spiritual diet since graduate theology school. A new collection offers the best of his biblical insights.
On the Road to Peace: In the Company of the Poor includes writings from perhaps the world's two greatest Christian lifelong advocates for the poor and marginalized.
On the Road to Peace: In one sign of growing numbers against the U.S. drone wars, a judge acquitted five Catholics who blocked the entrance to an air base.
In her diary on Oct. 19, 1923, 48-year-old New York City educator Jessie Wallace Hughan wrote, "Took Tracy to dinner -- had hair done -- organized the War Resisters League." That day, she launched a new independent, secular network of peace activists that has continued to resist every war since.
On the Road to Peace: Around the world, grass-roots movements are raising visionary leaders who point toward a new future of peace. That's true even in Congo.