INTERVIEW: Shelley Douglass, PCUSA Teacher of Peace, “Living for peace in the shadow of death”

By Terry Messman, for AFSC's Street Spirit The path of nonviolence is a lifelong journey that leads in unexpected directions to far-distant destinations. One of the most meaningful milestones on Shelley Douglass’s path of nonviolence came on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 16, 1983, when she walked down the railroad tracks into the Bangor naval base with … Continue reading INTERVIEW: Shelley Douglass, PCUSA Teacher of Peace, “Living for peace in the shadow of death”

REFLECTION: The specter of nuclear weapons can’t be ignored

by Shelley Douglass Pax Christi USA Teacher of Peace As I write this, we’re still in Eastertide – at Holy Family we’re still wishing each other “Happy Easter!” at the Kiss of Peace.  Today Fr. Bob reminded us in the homily that resurrection is to “do the works” Jesus did  - feeding the hungry, healing, … Continue reading REFLECTION: The specter of nuclear weapons can’t be ignored