MLK DAY RETROSPECTIVE: On being Pharaoh’s daughter

Today we conclude our week-long MLK Day Retrospective, featuring some of the best writing from the Bread for the Journey blog that references or is inspired by Dr. King’s witness. Today’s reflection is from Shelley Douglass. This post originally appeared August 14, 2013. by Shelley Douglass Pax Christi USA Teacher of Peace We have morning Mass … Continue reading MLK DAY RETROSPECTIVE: On being Pharaoh’s daughter

MLK DAY RETROSPECTIVE: For now we see in a mirror, dimly – an anti-racist critique of Pax Christi USA’s theology and practice of nonviolence (part one)

All this week, leading up to the celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on January 20th, we’ve been featuring some of the best writing from the Bread for the Journey blog that references or is inspired by Dr. King’s witness. Today’s reflection is from Tom Cordaro. This post originally appeared July 16, 2012. by Tom … Continue reading MLK DAY RETROSPECTIVE: For now we see in a mirror, dimly – an anti-racist critique of Pax Christi USA’s theology and practice of nonviolence (part one)