Judith Kelly Named 2014 Peacemaker of the Year

Sunday, November 9, 2014, 5:30 p.m. Sacred Heart School Auditorium 1625 Park Road, NW Washington, DC 20010 Please Join Pax Christi Metro DC-Baltimore for a prayerful and celebratory evening of peace and remembrance.

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From Just War to Just Peace: The Time Is Now

The most fundamental objection to the just war tradition is that it is incompatible with the teaching and example of Jesus.

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Saints and our Pax Christi Movement

By Br. Steve Herro, O. Praem The month of November is not only launched with All Saint’s Day, but is home to a number of holy men and women of our Pax Christi movement.  It is with pride that I celebrate my membership in the Catholic Church and Pax Christi, fully aware that leaders of […]

End Drone Warfare Now!

We decry our government’s use of unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) as the new face of war. 1. DRONE KILLING IS ILLEGAL. Under the U.N. Charter, which is a binding treaty of the U.S., a member state may use military force only in defense to an armed attack or with the authorization of the Security Council. […]

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Blessed Offerings: A Quilt for Catholic Women

The following is a meditation from long-time Pax Christi member, Eileen Melia of Arlington, Virginia. A request from the Women’s Ordination Conference (WOC) and listening to the Spirit led to the creation of this quilt which I’ve named “Blessed Offerings.” Making this quilt has given me great joy! My mind, heart, and soul believe that […]

Dorothy Day: Practitioner of the Incarnation

By Art Laffin
The greatest gift I received from Dorothy is the importance of LIVING the Eucharist. Dorothy practiced an incarnational theology which was deeply rooted in prayer and the Eucharist. She recognized that to receive the Eucharist implied a risk: to give of herself completely in suffering love as Jesus did.

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