REFLECTION: The witness of “Living Stones” in the Holy Land

by Rosemarie Pace Pax Christi Metro New York coordinator Seventy years ago, at the end of World War II, a French woman, Madame Dortel-Claudot, and a French Bishop, Pierre-Marie Theas, began a movement to pray for peace and reconciliation between their country and Germany. It disturbed them terribly that two supposedly Catholic Christian countries could … Continue reading REFLECTION: The witness of “Living Stones” in the Holy Land

ISRAEL-PALESTINE DELEGATION: Lamentation and hope

by Scott Wright Former Pax Christi USA National Council Member “Forged in the broken relationships of a brutal war, Pax Christi began its journey 70 years ago with a vision based on the Gospel – love your enemies – and rooted in a deep belief that reconciliation was possible.” These words, which begin the final declaration … Continue reading ISRAEL-PALESTINE DELEGATION: Lamentation and hope