Bread not Stones 2022 Campaign

PCUSA National Campaign to challenge our Nation’s Budget PrioritiesDespite the end of the Cold War in the 1990s, the U.S. has continued to operate out of the mentality that peace is assured through military might, the manufacturing of weapons, and investment in preparation for war. From prolonging the war in Ukraine to increasing fossil fuelContinue reading “Bread not Stones 2022 Campaign”

John & Martina Linnehan Archives at UF Library

John and Martina Linnehan and the Florida Peace Movement Collection The archival material chronicling John and Martina’s involvement in the peace movement in Florida is housed at the PK Yonge Library of Florida History at the University of Florida. This information was relayed by James Cusick, UF archivist. Thank you to John Frank, who helpedContinue reading “John & Martina Linnehan Archives at UF Library”

PCF Letter to Florida Bishops re: Nuclear Disarmament

Pax Christi Florida sent the following letter to all of the Florida Bishops, urging them to join us in our prayer, study and action efforts to promote nuclear disarmament. A copy of “Living in the Light of Christ’s Peace”, a recent pastoral letter by Archbishop John C. Wester (Santa Fe) was included with each letter.Continue reading “PCF Letter to Florida Bishops re: Nuclear Disarmament”

Here’s a simple thing you can do right now to help stop nuclear war!

Here’s a very simple, easy thing you can do RIGHT NOW – or tonight or tomorrow – to help us move toward a day when nuclear war will no longer be a threat. It’s short, it’s easy, and it isn’t everything we’ll have to do, but it will be a step. Click on the link/buttonContinue reading “Here’s a simple thing you can do right now to help stop nuclear war!”

The Catholic Church: Centering Nonviolence?

Join us! Thursday, December 16, 7:00 p.m. EST for a presentation by author and global peace activist, Marie Dennis.  She will address the topic, “The Catholic Church: Centering Nonviolence?” For many years, Pax Christi’s Catholic Nonviolence Initiative has appealed to the leadership of the Catholic Church to move Gospel nonviolence to the center of Church teaching onContinue reading “The Catholic Church: Centering Nonviolence?”