The Resource Essential writings, Daniel Berrigan ; selected with an introduction by John Dear

Essential writings, Daniel Berrigan ; selected with an introduction by John Dear

Label
Essential writings
Title
Essential writings
Statement of responsibility
Daniel Berrigan ; selected with an introduction by John Dear
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Biography type
contains biographical information
Cataloging source
DLC
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Berrigan, Daniel
Dewey number
261.8/73092
Index
no index present
LC call number
BX4705.B3845
LC item number
A25 2009
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1959-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Dear, John
Series statement
Modern spiritual masters
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Spirituality
  • Peace
Label
Essential writings, Daniel Berrigan ; selected with an introduction by John Dear
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Daniel Berrigan's life and work : a brief overview -- Daniel Berrigan--poet, prophet, and peacemaker -- Credentials. Credentials -- Each day writes -- Insight -- These many beautiful years -- Less than -- Peacemaking is hard. Peacemaking is hard -- Miracles -- From Sharpeville to Selma -- You finish it ; I can't -- The alternative of nonviolence -- The face of Christ -- Death does not get the last word -- A new exodus underway -- Notes from the D.C. Jail -- The church after the Baltimore Four -- Night flight to Hanoi -- Children in the shelter -- My name -- Our apologies, good friends -- The burning of paper instead of children. The price of peace -- The trouble with our state -- The pentecostal fire of Catonsville -- Our trial with the Catonsville Nine -- The verdict -- Prophecy -- I was a fugitive from the FBI -- The dark night of resistance -- They call us dead men -- Certain occult utterances from the underground and its guardian sphinx -- We are forbidden to serve in their wars -- Letter to the Weathermen -- I will sign my name -- We have chosen to be powerless criminals in a time of criminal power -- Lights on in the house of the dead. September 27, 1971 -- Diary from prison -- Poverty -- Tulips in the prison yard -- Statement upon release from Danbury Prison, February 24, 1972 -- They shall beat their swords into plowshares. Swords into plowshares -- We could not do this -- When hammers come down -- The question of peacemaking. The soul of peacemaking -- Taking stock -- The great sign -- Block Island -- Pilgrimage to Romero's El Salvador -- Witness of the martyrs -- Blessed Franz Jägerstätter -- Some -- Walking with Thich Nhat Hanh -- The word made flesh. Genesis, the dawn of all things -- Kings and pathology of power -- Job's summons to live humanly -- Who are we, that you take note of us? / Psalm 8 -- They call you blind man : call their bluff / Psalm 10 -- Show me your face, O God / Psalm 61 -- I love your promise / Psalm 119 -- May I to my Lord hasten / Psalm 131 -- Hand in hand, heart in heart / Psalm 133 -- Jeremiah and the promise -- Ezekiel and the landscape of dry bones -- Daniel and the credential of nonviolent steadfastness -- Jonah and the whale's tale -- The imagination of Jesus -- Love your enemies, the just command -- The time to obey is now -- Good Friday -- The first nonviolent revolution -- An ethic of resurrection -- Love, love at the end. Consolation -- Vision -- Zen poem
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
285 p.
Isbn
9781570758379
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2009021053
System control number
  • (CaMWU)u2069600-01umb_inst
  • 2049112
  • (OCoLC)373050988
Label
Essential writings, Daniel Berrigan ; selected with an introduction by John Dear
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Daniel Berrigan's life and work : a brief overview -- Daniel Berrigan--poet, prophet, and peacemaker -- Credentials. Credentials -- Each day writes -- Insight -- These many beautiful years -- Less than -- Peacemaking is hard. Peacemaking is hard -- Miracles -- From Sharpeville to Selma -- You finish it ; I can't -- The alternative of nonviolence -- The face of Christ -- Death does not get the last word -- A new exodus underway -- Notes from the D.C. Jail -- The church after the Baltimore Four -- Night flight to Hanoi -- Children in the shelter -- My name -- Our apologies, good friends -- The burning of paper instead of children. The price of peace -- The trouble with our state -- The pentecostal fire of Catonsville -- Our trial with the Catonsville Nine -- The verdict -- Prophecy -- I was a fugitive from the FBI -- The dark night of resistance -- They call us dead men -- Certain occult utterances from the underground and its guardian sphinx -- We are forbidden to serve in their wars -- Letter to the Weathermen -- I will sign my name -- We have chosen to be powerless criminals in a time of criminal power -- Lights on in the house of the dead. September 27, 1971 -- Diary from prison -- Poverty -- Tulips in the prison yard -- Statement upon release from Danbury Prison, February 24, 1972 -- They shall beat their swords into plowshares. Swords into plowshares -- We could not do this -- When hammers come down -- The question of peacemaking. The soul of peacemaking -- Taking stock -- The great sign -- Block Island -- Pilgrimage to Romero's El Salvador -- Witness of the martyrs -- Blessed Franz Jägerstätter -- Some -- Walking with Thich Nhat Hanh -- The word made flesh. Genesis, the dawn of all things -- Kings and pathology of power -- Job's summons to live humanly -- Who are we, that you take note of us? / Psalm 8 -- They call you blind man : call their bluff / Psalm 10 -- Show me your face, O God / Psalm 61 -- I love your promise / Psalm 119 -- May I to my Lord hasten / Psalm 131 -- Hand in hand, heart in heart / Psalm 133 -- Jeremiah and the promise -- Ezekiel and the landscape of dry bones -- Daniel and the credential of nonviolent steadfastness -- Jonah and the whale's tale -- The imagination of Jesus -- Love your enemies, the just command -- The time to obey is now -- Good Friday -- The first nonviolent revolution -- An ethic of resurrection -- Love, love at the end. Consolation -- Vision -- Zen poem
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
285 p.
Isbn
9781570758379
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2009021053
System control number
  • (CaMWU)u2069600-01umb_inst
  • 2049112
  • (OCoLC)373050988

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