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Pilgrims and Prophets for Peace in Reno

Posted by Erin Bechtol
09.24.17

In the style of “Readers’ Theater,” Inscape Ministries (Sharon Halsey-Hoover and David Hoover) portrayed Thomas Merton and Dorothy Day, two well-known Catholics who were sometimes criticized for their strong nonviolence and anti-war stances. Both could not reconcile their strong faith and prayerful lives with war. This Life Peace & Justice sponsored event drew around 70 attendees on the International Day of Peace.

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Part of the 2017 Campaign Nonviolence Week of Actions

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