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Spring_2010, VOL 9.1
The PDF file of this issue and the accompanying reading guide are now available for download. Articles from this issue will be uploaded to the website in the near future.









Spring_2009, VOL 8.2
The PDF file of this issue and the accompanying reading guide are now available for download. Articles from this issue will be uploaded to the website in the near future.









Winter 2009, VOL 8.1
The PDF file of this issue and the accompanying reading guide are now available for download. Articles from this issue will be uploaded to the website in the near future.









Summer 2008, VOL 7.1
The Challenge of Peace: 25 Years Later
a symposium featuring pieces by Paul J. Griffiths; Rick Gribble, Molly Rush; Frank Cordaro; Kathy Kelly; Drew Christiansen; Gerard V. Bradley; & Tom Cornell
Shepherding in a Time of Crisis
by the Staff of the Catholic Peace Fellowship
The Pastor and Pantex
by Leroy T. Matthiesen, Bishop Emeritus of Amarillo




Winter 2007, VOL 6.2
The Beatification of Franz Jägerstätter
report and reflection by Michael Hovey
Seven Perennial Questions
by the Staff of the Catholic Peace Fellowship
The White Rose Martyrs
by Brenna Cussen




Spring 2007, VOL 6.1
Friendly Fire
Catholics killing Catholics
by Jonathan Lace
The Life and Witness of Ben Salmon
by the Staff of the Catholic Peace Fellowship
Benedict XVI Hails Nonviolence
Fr. Emmanuel Charles McCarthy



Fall 2006, VOL 5.2
Counter-Recruitment and the Church
A Catholic response to militarization
by the Staff of the Catholic Peace Fellowship
Christís Centurion
by Nate Wildermuth
Spiritual Combat, Carmelite Style
by Keith Egan



Spring 2006, VOL 5.1
The Moral Compass of Benedict XVI
Where Will His Commitment to Peace Lead Us?
by the Staff of the Catholic Peace Fellowship
A Soldier's Magnificat
by Joshua Casteel
The Editors on the Third Anniversary of the Invasion of Iraq



Spring 2005, VOL 4.2
The Forgotten Case of Louis Negre
Catholics, the First Amendment, and U.S. Military Law
by Dr. Charles Reid, Jr.
War and Conscience after Vatican II
by Tom Cornell
Selective Conscientious Objection
by the staff of the Catholic Peace Fellowship


Winter 2005, VOL 4.1
A Mother's War
by Stacey Paeth
A Certain Kind of Woman
by Barbara Ehrenreich
Women Warriors
by the Staff of the Catholic Peace Fellowship



Summer 2004, VOL III.2
Catholic Becomes First to Refuse to Return to Iraq
by Claire Schaeffer-Duffy
Is Our God a Warrior?
by Diane Bergant
On the (Mis)use of Scripture for War
by the Staff of the Catholic Peace Fellowship



Lent/Holy Week 2004, VOL III.1
Words and the Word:
A Reflection of a Military Speechwriter

by Ken Novak
To Bagdhad and Back
by Cathy Breen
The Ordinary Soldier
by the Staff of the Catholic Peace Fellowship



All Saints 2003, VOL II.4
My Friend Stephen Funk
by Aimee Allison
Saint Therese
and the Little Way of Peace

by Joel Schorn
Military Chaplaincy: Theology and Practice
by the CPF Staff



Ordinary Time 2003 VOL II.3 (pdf 461 KB)






Easter 2003 VOL II.2 (pdf 682 KB)






Christmas 2002 VOL II.1 (pdf 233 KB)






All Saints 2002 VOL 1.3 (pdf 544 KB)






ORDINARY TIME 2002 VOL 1.2

Lent 2002, VOL I.1
The Water We Need
a Homily for the Third Sunday of Lent
by Tom Cornell
A Catholic Judgement on the Present War
by Paul J. Griffiths
After
A Poem by Daniel Berrigan, S.J.

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