KERUX

The newsletter of Pax Christi Metro New York

“Kerux” is the Greek word meaning “herald”. As the name of our newsletter, it reminds us that
we are to be heralds of God’s nonviolent love. We welcome letters, articles and reviews.

In addition to our quarterly newsletter, Kerux Live! offers immediate access to current news and feature articles.

You may also wish to check out our online-only current book review.

Rosemarie Pace, director                           Anne Bjornson, editor

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Download the Current Edition in Adobe Acrobat: Fall, 2018, No 11
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Issue HIGHLIGHTS

 

In the Bronx, Catholic Charities Found “Room in the Inn.”

We are all too familiar with the horrific crisis the U.S. government has created with its family separation policy at our southern border. Fortunately, we here in New York can be proud of the good work that Catholic Charities has done to address this very sad situation. On pages 1 and 2, we are pleased to be able to share excerpts of letters written by Msgr. Kevin Sullivan, Director of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York, providing an eyewitness account of their efforts. We also include a prayer for migrants and an opportunity to take action on their behalf.

Protesting Nuclear Weapons at Büchel Air Base

On page 3, you’ll find an informative article by Anthony Donovan about his experience at a Peace Camp outside the Büchel Air Base in Germany where 20 U.S. B-61 H-Bombs are housed. You’ll also read an interesting comparison between U.S. and German handling of anti-nuclear protesters.

Reflections from a Kings Bay Plowshares Activist

Back at home, seven Plowshares activists conducted their own protest in Kings Bay, Georgia, where the U.S. maintains its largest naval base for nuclear weapon carrying submarines. Martha Hennessy, one of the Kings Bay Plowshares activists, wrote a powerful reflection on the action and all that motivated it spiritually, humanely, and politically. We offer it to you starting on page 5.

Farewell and Welcome!

With the new fiscal year come changes in PCMNY’s Board. This year we say thank you and goodbye to S. Susan Wilcox, CSJ, and we welcome Sr. Virginia Dorgan, RSHM. You can read about both of them on page 6.

Nominate Peacemakers for 2019

Also on page 6, get the guidelines for nominating peacemakers for 2019. The deadline is November 7th, so think about whom you’d like to honor and let us know.

Announcements

Don’t forget to check out all our upcoming events on page 7. There’s always a lot happening at PCMNY. And since the list is not complete, periodically be sure to visit our Events page here on the web so as not to miss any updates.

The Calendar on page 8 provides a quick summary of our events and a few more dates for meetings and mailings. You’re always welcome to come, sit in, and help out.

Finally,please remember PCMNY’s Annual Appeal.  Please reflect on the many reasons you value PCMNY, and respond as generously as possible to the 2017-2018 Annual Appeal if you have not already done so. THANK YOU!

 


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