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Reflections on September 11

Progressive Christian Social Action Reflections on September 11: The Infernal Whirlwind: Violence, Terror, and War You have plowed wickedness, you have reaped injustice, you have eaten the fruit of lies. Because you have trusted in your power and in the multitude of your warriors, therefore the tumult of war shall rise… Read More »Reflections on September 11

Hearts and Ashes

Progressive Christian Social Action Hearts and Ashes Today is both Valentine’s Day and Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent.  I usually observe both.  My mother Ruth’s birthday was on February 14, so I’ll be carrying her with me all day (as I often do). This evening, I’ll go with… Read More »Hearts and Ashes

War is Not the Answer

Today I was arrested for peace with my dear friend Shirley Osgood at Beale Air Force Base, supported by several Veterans for Peace and other peacemakers.  Beale is home of Global Hawk surveillance drones, which identify targets in countries around the world for U.S. killer drones. Shirley and I walked… Read More »War is Not the Answer

A Day at Oceti Sakowin Camp

We started today (as every day) with a council that began and ended with prayer in the big geodesic dome. We affirmed our agreements, received updates on the pipeline, and heard offers and requests for help in the camp, especially with the winterizing efforts–a huge job.  It was emphasized that… Read More »A Day at Oceti Sakowin Camp