The Field Hospital: More than 200 people have registered to make a muscular public commitment to "active nonviolence and just peace" on Saturday, Sept. 24, in Burien, Wash.
Thousands marched on Sept. 21 to protest the extrajudicial killings under President Duterte and the 1972 establishment of martial law under the Marcos regime.
Obituary: The Iowa priest was a former executive director of the Catholic Campaign for Human Development and devised the "Two Feet of Social Justice" model.
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Conversations with Sr. Camille: With the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas, former journalist lives out passion for justice in a global network.
The statement "An Appeal to the Catholic Church to Re-Commit to the Centrality of Gospel Nonviolence," calling for jettisoning just war, endangers the just peace it hopes to promote.
A Native American tribe's efforts to halt construction of a crude oil pipeline in North Dakota have swelled into a movement, drawing international attention and the support of movie stars and social media, and making a major oil company blink.
While the tribe's lawyers work to persuade a federal judge to withdraw permits for the pipeline in a ruling expected on Friday, thousands of protesters gathered at campgrounds near Standing Rock Sioux Tribe lands.
The U.S. government moved on Friday to halt a controversial oil pipeline project in North Dakota that has angered Native Americans.
Preview: This is the Day of Prayer for Peace in Our Communities, but for people from backgrounds like mine, we don't see the problem as ours.
Large-scale mining and extractive operations are failing to deliver economic benefits while causing environmental damage and human suffering throughout Latin America, said a coalition of church organizations and environmental groups.
The Churches and Mining Network, which includes Catholic bishops, priests and laypeople, leaders of Christian churches and environmentalists, said in a statement Sunday that governments, church leaders and civil society organizations need to find alternatives to so-called "mega-mining" operations.