from the Pax Christi International Washington Working Group

_47765584_nuclear512Please consider being part of an important webinar on Tuesday, May 17th at 4pm (EDT) on nuclear weapon abolition and why we as U.S. Catholics should work for it at this time. Also, please pass this invitation to join the webinar to anyone you know who you think should hear what is being said.

The presenters in this first of a series of such webinars will be:

  • Joan Chittister, osb, Pax Christi USA Teacher of Peace, who will lay the spiritual groundwork for this undertaking
  • Fr. Drew Christiansen, S.J. who will address the very important papal document, “Nuclear Disarmament:  A Time for Abolition”, issued in December, 2014
  • Daryl Kimball, Executive Director of the Arms Control Association, who will tell us why, from a secular viewpoint, this is the time to work for abolition of nuclear weapons
  • Marie Dennis, Co-President of Pax Christi International, will be moderating this session

While it is not necessary to register for the webinar, we highly recommend that you do so by e-mailing that you intend to be on the webinar. By doing so, you will be able to receive reminders of the webinar immediately beforehand.

Whether you pre-register or not, you can view the webinar on May 17th at 4pm EDT by clicking on this link:

If you are unable to be part of the webinar when it takes place, we will be recording the webinar and will let you know where you can view it at a later time.

The webinar is presented by the Pax Christi International Washington Working Group (Pax Christi USA, Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns, Columban Center for Advocacy and Outreach, Sisters of Mercy, Good Shepherd Sisters of North America and Pax Christi International).

2 thoughts on “NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT: An invitation to join the Catholic Nuclear Weapon Abolition Webinar on May 17th

  1. Thank you Pax Christi,
    I hope you find this new documentary supportive, encourgaging and deeply informative for all those concerned with nuclear weapons, and our planet. Thank you for your focus and efforts…. for decades of being there, here on this. Fr. Dan Berrigan’s wake and funeral was such a profound gathering of souls, and I know a number of you were there with.

    “Good Thinking” is a documentary on those who tried to push back on nuclear weapons, four plus years in the making. Perhaps little new to you here, but for the general public I hope it helps to widen the perspective, deepen the knowledge base and history, and encourage us all forward.

    Because of the recent dangerous, irresponsible remarks of U.S. Presidential candidates about nuclear weapons, I’ve chosen not to wait until after our elections for the November film festivals and release it now to the public.

    DVD’s also are now being made for groups. (some are watching it in two sittings). I welcome critical feedback, and welcome talk backs to groups.

    I grant permission to share the below in any/every way you wish, to all concerned or interested. Feel free to post.

    the direct link to watch Good Thinking:

    With great respect and gratitude,
    Anthony Donovan

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