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" We are still pacifists. Our manifesto is the Sermon on the Mount, which means that we will try to be peacemakers. Speaking for many of our conscientious objectors, we will not participate in armed warfare or in making munitions, or by buying government... "
Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker: Teaching and Learning about Writing in ... - Page 128
by Nancy L. Roberts - 1984 - 226 pages
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Beyond Charismatic Leadership: The New York Catholic Worker Movement

Michele Teresa Aronica - Social Science - 197 pages
...which affirmed Day's ideas had not been developed. Nevertheless, she continued to write her beliefs: We are still pacifists. Our manifesto is the Sermon on the Mount which means that we will try to be peace makers. . . . We love our country and we love our President. We have been the only country in...
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A Revolution of the Heart: Essays on the Catholic Worker

Patrick G. Coy - Religion - 1988 - 388 pages
...Christ's words, each day, holding them close in our hearts, each month printing them in the paper. . . . We are still pacifists. Our manifesto is the Sermon...Mount, which means that we will try to be peacemakers." Recalling the Worker commitment to hospitality, she wrote, "Our works of mercy may take us into the...
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Interpretations of Conflict: Ethics, Pacifism, and the Just-War Tradition

Richard B. Miller - History - 1991 - 294 pages
...the Sermon on the Mount, which means that we will try to be peacemakers." This means, Day added, that "we will not participate in armed warfare or in making...to prosecute the war, or in urging others to these efforts."33 The position was unpopular, both in the Worker movement and without. During the early 1940s...
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Interpretations of Conflict: Ethics, Pacifism, and the Just-War Tradition

Richard B. Miller - History - 1991 - 294 pages
...perfectionism characteristic of many Protestant pacifists. Writing in 1942, Day delivered this message: "We are still pacifists. Our manifesto is the Sermon...Mount, which means that we will try to be peacemakers." This means. Day added, that "we will not participate in armed warfare or in making munitions, or by...
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Readings in Christian Ethics: A Historical Sourcebook

J. Philip Wogaman, Douglas M. Strong - Religion - 1996 - 388 pages
...excerpted from The Catholic Worker from 1942. We are at war, a declared war, with Japan, Germany, and Italy We are still pacifists. Our manifesto is the Sermon...prosecute the war, or in urging others to these efforts. But neither will we be carping in our criticism. We love our country and we love our President. We...
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Modern American Religion, Volume 3: Under God, Indivisible, 1941-1960

Martin E. Marty - History - 1996 - 555 pages
...month after Pearl Harbor the Catholic Worker editorialized: "We are still pacifists." On what grounds? "Our manifesto is the Sermon on the Mount, which means that we will try to be peacemakers." Such editorials led to the loss of half the paper's readership. The Catholic Worker outlets, many called...
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On Pilgrimage

Dorothy Day - Biography & Autobiography - 1972 - 256 pages
...Country Passes from Undeclared to Declared War; We Continue Our Pacifist Stand," in which she wrote, We are still pacifists. Our manifesto is the Sermon...prosecute the war, or in urging others to these efforts. But neither will we be carping in our criticism. We love our country and we love our President. . ....
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In Our Own Voices: Four Centuries of American Women's Religious Writing

Rosemary Skinner Keller, Rosemary Radford Ruether - Literary Criticism - 1995 - 542 pages
...Christ's words, each day, holding them close to our hearts, each month printing them in our paper. . . . We are still pacifists. Our manifesto is the Sermon...participate in armed warfare or in making munitions, or in buying government bonds to prosecute the war, or in urging others to these efforts. . . . Our Works...
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The Power of Nonviolence: Writings by Advocates of Peace

Howard Zinn - Political Science - 1963 - 202 pages
...all "called to be saints," that we are other Christs, reminding us of the priesthood of the laity. We are still pacifists. Our manifesto is the Sermon...prosecute the war, or in urging others to these efforts. But neither will we be carping in our criticism. We love our country and we love our President. We...
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Dissent from the Homeland: Essays After September 11

Stanley Hauerwas, Frank Lentricchia - History - 2003 - 226 pages
...all "called to be saints," that we are other Christs, reminding us of the priesthood of the laity. We are still pacifists. Our manifesto is the Sermon on the Mount, which means that we will try to be peacemakers.17 Not surprisingly, the circulation of The Catholic Worker dropped after this editorial...
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