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Four Years Ago on September 11th

Four years ago on September 11th, 2001, our country was attacked by Islamic extremists because, according to our president,

Inter-faith Religous Service for the Department of Peace Conference

I feel truly blessed and at the same time deeply saddened to be here with you this morning. If my daughter was still alive, I would be sitting amongst you… Read more »

Comments at Keene State College During “Day of Waging Peace”

Thank you Susan Haye and all Mothers (and Others) for reaching out to September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows and allowing me the privilege of being with you today. Two… Read more »

Bin Laden Proposes a Truce

Published in the New York Times, January 21st, 2006: To the Editor: Osama bin Laden has proposed a truce. Vice President Dick Cheney rejected that notion out of hand. He… Read more »

WHO SPEAKS FOR THEM? The kidnapped of Baghdad.

From the first day of our invasion of Iraq political violence came to innocent victims; civilian casualties. Men, women, and children who thought little of politics are being caught by… Read more »

The Price of Peace Activism

One day when I wore a t-shirt that said "War is Costly, Peace is Priceless", a young man who I knew to be in the US National Guard challenged me… Read more »

DUST TO DUST

In part from the Reflection at Ash Wednesday Mass, February 13, 2002
Fordham Preparatory High School Students
Fordham University Chapel

Peacemaking in a Troubled World

Retreat-St. John’s Episcopal Church
Columbus, Ohio

United 93 – Commentary on NPR

If you’ve been to the movies lately you might’ve seen the trailer to “United 93.” It’s Hollywood’s take on the 9-11 hijacking that ended in a fiery crash in a… Read more »

No More Innocent Lives Lost – Statement on the Film, United 93

I share with other United Flight 93 family members the hope that through better understanding of the events of September 11th, we can find ways to ensure that people do… Read more »

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