On the Road to Peace: After 12 years of trying, Jesuit Fr. John Dear is finally heading to Afghanistan. Here, he spells out why he wants to go to this war-torn area.
On the Road to Peace
On the Road to Peace: Why is peacemaking so rare? Why do war-makers abound and profit? Why does peacemaking have such a bad name?
On the Road to Peace: The talk given by a civil rights leader was an inspiring call to nonviolence with the power and energy of love.
On the Road to Peace: A memoir from a member of the Christian Peacemaker Teams recalls 118 days in captivity in Iraq and the death of a friend.
On the Road to Peace: A disturbing new documentary tells the story of hydrogen bombs the U.S. dropped in the South Pacific in the 1950s.
On the Road to Peace: Try to practice the resurrection life of peace by walking, slowing down enough to notice your surroundings.
On the Road to Peace: This breakthrough book uses graphs, research and statistical analysis to show how nonviolence is more effective than violence.
On the Road to Peace: A group of young Afghan peacemakers has a vision for the future of their war-ravaged country.
On Nov. 6, Californians have the opportunity to vote to end the death penalty, an opportunity Jesuit Fr. John Dear wholeheartedly supports.
If you looked carefully at the news last week, you might have heard a report from Afghanistan about how the U.S./NATO forces bombed and killed eight Afghan women who were out walking in the mountains early in the morning before dawn to collect wood. Eight other women were seriously injured.
But you probably didn't hear that story. Who cares about the death of eight Afghan women from our bombs?