Corrymeela’s community believes no one can unwind every evil of the past, so each person can only decide how he will live with others in the present.
Peter BurnsOctober 13, 2022
Through the Good Friday Agreement, Corrymeela was an epicenter for people working towards a peaceful settlement to the Troubles.
Peter BurnsOctober 12, 2022
The Russian invasion of Ukraine helped the West remember that it is fortified by a shared love of peace.
Abigail WilsonJune 30, 2022
The Catholic tradition reminds us that just war thinking is critical to peacemaking.
Joseph E. CapizziJune 28, 2022
I appreciate Michael McKoy’s recent “What Does Pacifism Have to Say About Ukraine?” But I remain unimpressed by the pacifist view.
Marc LiVeccheApril 12, 2022
Today, after Russia has completely abjured socialist ideals, leftist “peace” movements promote Russian foreign policy narratives. What, then, motivates them?
Aaron RhodesFebruary 16, 2022
Numbers and statistics can desensitize students of war to real tragedy. But Keefe’s focus on Jean McConville’s murder in Say Nothing gives readers a detailed examination of the Troubles while reminding them of the victims.
Mark MeltonFebruary 9, 2021
While Nicaragua’s government has resorted to repressive tactics like organizing paramilitary forces to fight protesters, the church is one of the remaining institutions that still enjoys popular support and legitimacy.
W. Alejandro SanchezJuly 9, 2018
Force is always only the form love takes against terrible evil in the last resort when nothing else will protect the innocent, restore justice, and bring about the conditions for peace. The old Chestertonian nugget remains: “The true soldier fights not because he hates what is in front of him, but because he loves what is behind him.”
Marc LiVeccheMarch 28, 2018