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by Philip Berrigan

eBook Punishment for Peace ePub
Author: Philip Berrigan
Language: English
ISBN: 0345224302
ISBN13: 978-0345024305
Publisher: Ballantine Books (October 12, 1971)
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A punishment for peace. by. Berrigan, Philip.

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com: A Punishment for Peace: VG in VG DJ. Berrigan indicts both church & state for not taking immediate steps to end war & racism. urgency of a passionate call to conscience which Philip Berrigan makes to all Christians

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Philip Francis Berrigan (October 5, 1923 – December 6, 2002) was an American peace activist and Roman Catholic priest. He engaged in nonviolence civil disobedience in the cause of peace and nuclear disarmament and was often arrested

Philip Francis Berrigan (October 5, 1923 – December 6, 2002) was an American peace activist and Roman Catholic priest. He engaged in nonviolence civil disobedience in the cause of peace and nuclear disarmament and was often arrested. He married a former nun, Elizabeth McAlisiter, in 1972 and they were both ex-communicated by the Catholic church. 11 years of their 29 year marriage were separated by one or both serving time in prison.

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Together with his late brother, Philip Berrigan (and . Dan Berrigan: priest, poet, prophet, antiwar activist, disturber of the peace-and giver of retreats. Father Daniel Berrigan appeared at our family’s apartment on a hill in Rome on New Year’s Eve, Dec.

Together with his late brother, Philip Berrigan (and recently deceased brother Gerry, . he spent many years in American Prisons, having been arrested and imprisoned protesting weapons and war. Up to the end of his life by his example, he challenged each of us to be peacemakers and work for disarmament, justice and the poor. In December 1987, Dan gave a retreat to the community at Andre House in Phoenix.

Philip Berrigan, former Roman Catholic priest who led draft board raids that galvanized opposition to Vietnam War in late .

Philip Berrigan, former Roman Catholic priest who led draft board raids that galvanized opposition to Vietnam War in late 1960's, dies at age 79; photo (M. He hardly missed a beat after his transfer to Baltimore, founding an antiwar group, Peace Mission, whose operations included picketing the homes of Defense Secretary Robert S. McNamara and Secretary of State Dean Rusk in December 1966. By the fall of 1967 Father Berrigan and three friends were ready to try a new tactic. On Oct. 17, they walked into the Baltimore Customs House, distracted the draft board clerks and methodically spattered Selective Service records with a red liquid made partly from their own blood.

Philip Berrigan (Berrigan, Philip). used books, rare books and new books. by Philip Berrigan, Mark Colville, Susan Crane, Stephen Kelly, Tom Lewis-Borbely. Punishment for Peace. Find all books by 'Philip Berrigan' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Philip Berrigan'. The Criminality of Nuclear Deterrence. by Francis Anthony Boyle, Philip Berrigan. ISBN 9781884540523 (978-1-884540-52-3) Hardcover, Haleys, 2000. ISBN 9780345224309 (978-0-345-2243) Softcover, Ballantine Books, 1971. Find signed collectible books: 'Punishment for Peace'.

Philip Berrigan was a decorated WWII vet who became one of the most influential anti-war activists (most .

Philip Berrigan was a decorated WWII vet who became one of the most influential anti-war activists (most notoriously for burning draft records as part of the Catonsville Nine). These early prison journals of Father Berrigan set out in detail his non-violent, christian revolutionary perspective on this country in the early 70's. He covers everything from the Vietnam War to the Civil Rights movement, to the hypocrasy of the Catholic Church, to the problems with our criminal justice system. While now 30 years old, Father Berrigan's writings remain relevent today.

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