On September 8, 2007, Thaddeus Hicks, MA ’08, was handing out bottles of water and sandwiches from a Salvation Army emergency canteen in downtown Atlanta,… Read more about From Cop to Servant: Paying Penance to the Needy
The Salvation Army began in 1865 when English clergyman William Booth decided to take his message of God’s redemptive love for everyone, including the most… Read more about What is the Salvation Army?
In her meetings with U.S. military leaders and elected officials, Lisa Schirch elaborates upon these eight steps that she believes could and should be taken… Read more about 8 Steps Toward Peace with Iran
EMU’s Third Way In the weeks after September 24, 2007, when Columbia University’s president, Lee C. Bollinger, introduced his invited guest speaker, Iranian President Mahmoud… Read more about Respectful Engagement With Iran
EMU’s trainers play supporting roles This April CJP, under contract with Catholic Relief Services-Sudan Program, will wrap up nine months of “Leadership in Peacebuilding” training… Read more about Peace Spreading in South Sudan
On National Healing Process Once the leaders, with international support, agree that “War is over.” Once the borders are secure. Once the tens of thousands… Read more about CJP to Work in Sierra Leone
From her base as Baptist chaplain at American University in Washington D.C., “Marinetta” Cannito Hjort, MA ’05, has been flying frequently to Mexico and her… Read more about From American University to Mexico to the Mafia
End the Seige on Gaza Rania Kharma, MA ‘03, worries that the world is abandoning Palestinians, ignoring a massive humanitarian crisis in the Gaza Strip… Read more about ‘To All Who Believe In Our Right to Live’