Notice During the Covid-19 Outbreak
In solidarity, we at the Interfaith Peace Project stand together in these times of heart break and upset. Some of you may have lost friends or family members. Some of you may have lost your job and your income; some may be working overtime to help with the crisis. Some of you may be home and alone and some may be trying to figure out a new way to live. Please let us know how we can help. If you would like a phone appointment with any of us, give us a call.You may call or email Tom at:
December 2, 2020
Today, on the 40th anniversary of these four martyrs deaths, we, of the Interfaith Peace Project, honor Dorothy Kazel, OSU, Maura Clarke, MM, Ita Ford, MM and Jean Donovan. On December 2, 1980, these four women were brutally murdered by the United States supported Salvadorian military. What was their crime? They were standing with the people living in poverty in El Salvador. “They had chosen to live and walk among the poor, to eat and pray with them, to join their struggles for a better tomorrow, and, in so doing, to risk and give their lives alongside them.”
For more information: http://www.share-elsalvador.
The Interfaith Peace Project