Patrick O'Neill

Patrick O'Neill is a longtime contributor to NCR. He is a co-founder of the Fr. Charlie Mulholland Catholic Worker House, which opened in 1991 in Garner, North Carolina. In 2018, as part of the Kings Bay Plowshares 7, he entered Kings Bay Naval Base, the U.S. Atlantic home port of the Trident submarine, to protest these submarines and the nuclear weapons that they carry.

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