Faith, Resistance, and the Future
Daniel Berrigan's Challenge to Catholic Social Thought
Publication Year: 2012
Published by: Fordham University Press
Title Page and Copyright
We would like to express our appreciation to Rosemary O’Connell for her help in preparing this manuscript for publication. We are grateful to Anna Brown’s husband, David I. Orenstein, for his . . .
This book has its origins in a conference at the University of Notre Dame in the fall of 2005, under the auspices of the American Catholic Philosophical Association. The conference theme, selected . . .
Philosophy and the Prophetic Challenge
In various forms, if only as a quarrel, an association between philosophy and poetry extends throughout the history of philosophy. That sort of association does not exist between philosophy and . . .
Daniel Berrigan’s Theology: Retrieving the Prophetic and Proclaiming the Resurrection
Daniel Berrigan is one of the most remarkable and significant American Catholic theologians of the past century. Like Thomas Merton, Martin Luther King, Jr., William Stringfellow, and others, he has . . .
The State of Resistance: On the Relevance of Daniel Berrigan’s Work to Catholic Social Thought
Like many, I initially encountered Daniel Berrigan through his written words; first, in an introduction to a 1969 book edited by David Kirk of the Emmaus Community in Harlem under the title . . .
Father Berrigan and the Marxist-Communist “Menace”
Father Berrigan seldom refers to Karl Marx in his writings. His training as a Jesuit, and indeed a Jesuit with considerable interest in theology and philosophy, has given him a deep acquaintance with the . . .
The Language of the Incandescent Heart:Daniel Berrigan’s and Etty Hillesum’s Responses to a Culture of Death
Daniel Berrigan and Etty Hillesum opened themselves fully to a world ravaged by war and learned to accept, with gratitude and praise, all that this world gave in return. Their acceptance of this world was . . .
Self-Appropriation and Liberation:Philosophizing in the Light of Catonsville
These words, of course, are from The Trial of the Catonsville Nine, written by Daniel Berrigan. The words are uttered by the character Daniel Berrigan in the trial of himself and eight others, who entered the draft . . .
Consecrating Peace: Reflecting on Daniel Berrigan and Witness
The day Nixon left the White House for good I arrived in America for the first time. If I had come looking for America, I had first encountered something unexpected and for the most part nameless. More . . .
Bernard Lonergan and Daniel Berrigan
Asking what Bernard Lonergan has to do with Daniel Berrigan probably seems to some a transposition to personalities of the age-old question: What does Athens have to do with Jerusalem? Or, in an equally . . .
A Kind of Piety Toward Experience:Hope in Nuclear Times
I don’t have to look far to find the influence of Father Daniel Berrigan, SJ, in my life. Taped to my office door is a bumper sticker for Nebraskans for Peace, a statewide peace and justice organization that came . . .
From April to August 1970 Daniel Berrigan, the “holy outlaw,” went underground and eluded FBI capture.2 Having lost the latest appeal of the Catonsville Nine—nine Catholic antiwar activists, who on . . .
Lonergan and Berrigan: Two Radicaland Visionary Jesuits
In the ordinary conventional view of things, there appears to be little that unites Bernard Lonergan and Daniel Berrigan other than their mutual membership in the Society of Jesus, their devotion to both . . .
Government by Fear, and How Activistsof Faith Resist Fear
Fear and courage are perennial topics of discussions in moral philosophy. From Aristotle’s analysis of the courage of the soldier on the battlefield, we have inherited the idea that courage, as with any virtue, requires . . .
Announcing the Impossible
In the spring of 1998, Fordham University invited Father Daniel Berrigan to teach a class on poetry related to social justice. The class, which I had the great privilege of taking, focused on works by . . .
The “Global War on Terror”:Who Wins? Who Loses?
On May 17, 1968, Daniel Berrigan and his brother Philip joined seven other Catholic protesters3 at the Catonsville, Maryland, draft board. They went into the draft board (housed in the Catholic . . .
A Conversation with Daniel Berrigan
Editors’ Note: Anna Brown (AB) and James Marsh (JM) met with Daniel Berrigan (DB) during the summer of 2008 in his apartment. The point of the meeting was to allow for Berrigan to have the . . .
Page Count: 416
Publication Year: 2012
OCLC Number: 821725657
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