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 […]
By Jack McHale I am reminded of yield everyday as I drive. It reminds me of the importance of patience and of waiting. It reminds me of the “other” and that “to yield” means that I can give up my time for you.
By Emmanuel Charles McCarthy
When one has far more than he or she needs to live and another does not have enough to survive (one person dies every nine seconds of starvation in this world, and that is just the beginning of humanly created deprivation), the only way he or she or they can hang onto their excess is by the gun.
By Mary Liepold, Pax Christi Metro DC-Baltimore. October 4 was the Feast of St. Francis, patron of ecology and celibate father of the ever-green, 800-year-old Franciscan movement with all its exuberant shoots and branches.