The Peace Pulpit: "We have to act in the opposite way -- return love for hate, nonviolence for violence."
Making a Difference: The U.S. government and international community need to invest not in weapons, but in training and research on nonviolent resistance strategies.
NCR Editorial: We hope that the people of God consider a new view of peacemaking and nonviolence as essential to their lives as Catholic Christians.
Making a Difference: A monumental conference held in Rome sought to deepen the church's commitment to nonviolence, a very personal subject for me.
Movie Review: The premise of "God's Not Dead 2" is nothing more than politicized religion as a vehicle to feed conspiracy theories.
Commentary: The realization of global women suffrage, which represents one of the most significant power shifts in human history, occurred without women firing a single shot.
Jerome Berrigan was last arrested in 2011 at the age of 91 after protesting Reaper drones at Hancock Field Air National Guard Base in Syracuse, N.Y.
The women have stood in silent protest each week for more than 20 years, appealing for an end to the church's discrimination against women and complicity in war.
Making a Difference: Whether it's on an individual, city, national or international level, violence always dishonors God and makes bad situations worse.
In our first lesson today, we have an incident that shows how the first disciples of Jesus were beginning to carry out the work of Jesus. If you think about it, you can really imagine how distressed those officials in that courtroom must have been, how upset. They thought they had killed Jesus. What's this? Now people are going out now and in his name -- that is, with his power -- acting as he did. They're continuing to do the same thing he did.