Peace activist says Afghanistan should cause reevaluation of just war doctrine

from Crux [Editor’s Note: Michael J. Baxter teaches Religious Studies and directs the Catholic Studies Program at Regis University in Denver, Colorado. He served from 2001 to 2012 as director of the Catholic Peace Fellowship, an organization supporting conscientious objectors to war through counseling, education, and advocacy. He is currently completing a book titled Blowing the … Continue reading Peace activist says Afghanistan should cause reevaluation of just war doctrine

Bishop Anthony Taylor: Just Peace – World conflicts need to be resolved nonviolently

by Bishop Anthony B. TaylorThe Arkansas Catholic Bishop Anthony B. Taylor of the Diocese of Little Rock wrote this column in observance of the United Nations International Day of Nonviolence Oct. 2. Since the time of St. Augustine, the Catholic Church has used the Just War theory to help discern when and how force might … Continue reading Bishop Anthony Taylor: Just Peace – World conflicts need to be resolved nonviolently