On January 12th, three members of Pax Christi at St Francis (Bob Cooke, Susan Kerin and Pat Labuda) were arrested at the U.S. Senate as part of a protest by Witness Against Torture (WAT). For Susan, the arrest had a personal significance as her husband is a torture survivor. The Senate action was the culmination […]
By LuAnn Mostello First, let me say that I love to go to movies. Second, let me qualify this — I prefer going to good movies. Third, the following is not a movie review. In these last few weeks, the Sony film, “The Interview” has been the topic of controversy. So far I’ve heard that […]
from the SHARE Foundation The SHARE Foundation – Building a New El Salvador Today – is inviting members of partner organizations to commemorate the 35th anniversary of the martyrdom of Archbishop Oscar Romero this March 24, 2015. All are invited on a delegation to El Salvador to honor the life and legacy of Oscar Romero, […]
“Osama is dead, Osama is dead,” they repeat on CNN, and then people gather outside the White House waving flags, cheering, chanting “USA,” and singing the national anthem. What are the feelings in these hearts? I assume the “killers” of Osama will soon be honored. More “heroes” of violence for our youth to model. Jesus, what are you thinking and feeling?
By Cesar E. Chavez Show me the suffering of the most miserable; So I will know my people’s plight. Free me to pray for others; For you are present in every person. Help me take responsibility for my own life; So that I can be free at last. Grant me courage to serve others; For […]