White House and Pentagon Peace Actions to Commemorate the U.S. Nuclear Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Dear Friends,
This is a special invitation to join with the Dorothy Day Catholic Worker, Pax Christi Metro-DC, Columban Center for Advocacy and Outreach, Isaiah Project and the Sisters of MercyInstitute Justice Team in two nonviolent acts of public witness at the White House and the Pentagon to repent for the U.S. nuclear bombings of Japan on August 6 and August 9, 1945 and to call for the abolition of all nuclear weapons in the U.S. and worldwide. See details below.
Also we are circulating an “Apology Petition” (see below) regarding the U.S. nuclear bombings of Japan, which we invite you to sign and share with your networks. If you are not able to be in Washington, we encourage you to hold a vigil in your area on August 6th and use this petition.  
Please share this invitation with your network of friends.

With great gratitude,

Art Laffin, Scott Wright, Paul Magno, Bob Cooke, Jean Stokan


August 6-9 Peace Actions

Commemorating the U.S. Nuclear Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Seventy-one years ago the U.S. Government did the “unspeakable” and dropped atomic bombs on the people of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan, thus beginning the Nuclear  Age. The U.S. has never repented for the use of these weapons of indiscriminate mass murder. Moreover, it has continued to build even deadlier weapons which endanger all of creation. Today the U.S. possesses nearly 7,000 nuclear weapons, many of which are on hair-trigger alert, and proposes to spend $1 trillion over the next 30 years to modernize it’s existing nuclear arsenal. 

Please join in two nonviolent actions as we seek to remember the pain, repent the sin, reclaim the future and create a nonviolent disarmed world. At the August 6th White House witness we will be joined by a Hibakusha (A-Bomb survivor) from Japan.

When and Where:

Saturday, August 6 (Anniversary of the U.S. nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and the Feast of the Transfiguration): Nonviolent Witness and Prayer Service of Repentance at White House. 8:00-9:00 AM on north side of White House on Pennsylvania Ave–across from Lafayette Park. (8:15 AM is the exact time that the bomb was dropped in Hiroshima) The Apology Petition will be presented to the Hibakusha during this witness.


Tuesday, August 9 (Anniversary of U.S. nuclear bombing of Nagasaki): Nonviolent witness at the Pentagon. Meet on corner of Army-Navy Drive and Fern St. @ 6:30 a.m. Witness from 7:00 – 8:00 a.m.

Please join us!

For more info contact Dorothy Day Catholic Worker: 202-360-6416,


Apology Petition


Hiroshima and Nagasaki: An Apology

Envision the World Without Nuclear Weapons


August 6 and 9, 2016–71st Anniversary of the U.S. Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki 


The anniversary of the U.S. atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki is a time of remembering the horror, repenting the sin and reclaiming a future without nuclear weapons. It is a time to recommit ourselves to the work of disarming and dismantling the machinery of mass destruction. Nuclear weapons are sinful and idolatrous. Their research, production, possession, deployment and use are a crime against God and humanity. We decry the fact that the U.S. government plans to commit a trillion dollars to modernize its existing nuclear arsenal over the next thirty years.


On this August 6 and 9, we gather with people of faith and conscience across the globe to mark the anniversary with a daily presence of prayer and action. As citizens of the United States, we invite people to publicly ask God for forgiveness for the U.S. atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, which caused the immediate death of more than 200,000 people, and hundreds of thousands more who died in the aftermath as a result of radiation poisoning. Pope Paul VI, in his 1976 World Day of Peace Message, described the bombings as “a butchery of untold magnitude.”


We apologize to the people of Japan – and to the survivors of the bombing, the hibakusha – for our country’s bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and we ask forgiveness for these atrocities. We repent for the continued proliferation of nuclear weapons at the expense of unmet human needs. Further, we offer repentance for threatening to use nuclear weapons and keeping many of them on a first-strike hair-trigger alert. We firmly resolve, with God’s grace and mercy, to reject the false idols of nuclear weapons, and to embrace the life-affirming work of abolishing these weapons of terror.


Now is the time to pursue non-violent alternatives to war and proclaim a Jubilee Year of Mercy, as both the Scriptures and Pope Francis suggest: to restore justice for the poor; to lay the foundations for peace; and to seek a nuclear-free future for our children. In that spirit, we renew our commitment to the biblical vision of peace, a world without weapons or war, expressed so well by the prophet Isaiah: On that day, “God will rule over all nations and settle disputes for all peoples. They will beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruning hooks. Nation shall not raise sword against nation; nor will they train for war anymore” (Is 2:4).

(This petition was prepared by Scott Wright and Art Laffin. Groups sponsoring the petition include: Dorothy Day Catholic Worker, Pax Christi Metro-DC, Columban Center for Advocacy and Outreach, Isaiah Project, the Sisters of MercyInstitute Justice Team, Little Friends for Peace, Jonah House and the Hiroshima Nagasaki Peace Committee of the National Capital Area. To sign the petition please go to The Apology Petition. This petition will be presented to the Hibakusha at the August 6th White House witness. Please sign by August 5th. If you are not able to be in Washington, we encourage you to hold a vigil in your area on August 6th and use this petition.  For more info contact artlaffin@hotmail.com)

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Ending the Crime of Torture:Testimony of Two Torture Survivors

Speakers: Sami Baloch Badini from Balochistan, Pakistan and Janel Martial Siewe Kwegue
Date: Friday, June 3, 2016 @ 7:30 p.m.
Place: Dorothy Day Catholic Worker, 503 Rock Creek Church Rd. NW, Washington, DC, 20010.

Sami Baloch Badini from Balochistan, Pakistan, and Janel Martial Siewe Kwegue from Cameroon, are members of the Torture Abolition and Survivors Support Coalition International (TASSC) and will speak about their experience as torture survivors. The mission of TASSC, the only organization founded by and for torture survivors, is to end the practice of torture wherever it occurs and to empower survivors, their families and communities wherever they are. Please join us for this very important program.

For more info on TASSC’s 19th Annual Torture Survivors’ Week from June 22-26th, including the day-long vigil on June 25th at Lafayette Park across from the White House,  please see: www.tassc.org.

For more info contact Dorothy Day Catholic Worker: 202-882-9649 or 202-360-6416.

Published in: on May 23, 2016 at 7:55 pm  Leave a Comment  

Targeting Muslims at Home and Abroad

Speaker:  Dr. Maha Hilal 
Date: Friday,  May 13, 2016 @ 7:30 p.m. 

Place: Dorothy Day Catholic Worker, 503 Rock Creek Church Rd. NW, Washington, D.C. 20010
Islamophobia is on the rise! In response to recent attacks in Paris, San Bernadino and Brussels, Muslims are being targeted and demonized at home and abroad. In the U.S., Republican presidential candidates want to restrict the entry of Muslims, increase security and surveillance where Muslims reside, and authorize torture. Abroad, the U.S. has waged an unrelenting war against Muslims, through bombings, occupation and the use of killer drones, as well as the unjust detention of Muslim men at Guantanamo. 
Dr. Maha Hilal is the Executive Director of the National Coalition to Protect Civil Freedoms, an organization dedicated to addressing civil and human rights abuses related to preemptive prosecutions and thoughts crimes in the War on Terror. She is also an Islamophobia consultant for the Team Baluchi Defense Team of the Office of the Chief of Defense, where she supports research on disparities in the legal system that Muslims face. She is presently an Adjunct Professor at George Mason University. Maha earned her doctorate last May from the Department of Justice, Law and Society at American University in Washington, D.C. She received her Master’s Degree in Counseling and her Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has worked at a number of human rights organizations, including the Center for Victims of Torture and the National Religious Campaign Against Torture. Last November she was part of a Witness Against Torture delegation to Guantanamo to call for the closing of the detention center. See the following excellent article about Guantanamo that Maha recently wrote:
Please join us for this important event!
For more information contact Dorothy Day Catholic Worker: 202-360-6416
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Prophet and Eucharistic Martyr: Remembering El Salvador’s Blessed Oscar Romero

Speaker: Cinnamon Sarver
Date: Friday,  April 1, 2016 @ 7:30 p.m.

Place: Dorothy Day Catholic Worker, 503 Rock Creek Church Rd. NW, Washington, D.C. 20010

“The word remains.  This is the great comfort of the one who preaches.  My voice will disappear but my word, which is Christ, will remain in the hearts of those who have willed to receive it.”  (Oscar Romero, Dec. 1978)

So much of Archbishop Oscar Romero’s witness to the poor and suffering people of El Salvador, including his martyrial death in 1980, was offered during his celebrations of the Eucharistic. Come hear more about this prophetic figure, with a special eye toward the witness he gave in his preaching and the offering of the Mass.  

The talk will be given by Cinnamon Sarver, a local Catholic educator, who has traveled to El Salvador four times to study the legacy of Oscar Romero.  Last May she attended Romero’s beatification Mass and will also share some about that event and her personal journey with Romero.
See her March 19th article in the National Catholic Reporter:
Please join us!
For more information contact Dorothy Day Catholic Worker: 202-882-9649 
Published in: on March 29, 2016 at 10:18 pm  Leave a Comment  

Report of March 24-25, 2016 Holy Thursday-Good Friday Faith and Resistance Retreat-Witness in D.C.–Four Arrested at Pentagon

Dear Friends,

From Holy Thursday afternoon to Good Friday afternoon, some 25 friends gathered in D.C. for a Faith and Resistance retreat and public witness that was organized by the Dorothy Day Catholic Worker and held at St. Stephen and the Incarnation Church. Those who participated in the retreat/witness included members of Jonah House, the Atlantic Life Community and students from Loras College from Iowa. The theme of the retreat was: “Put Away the Sword–Stop Crucifixion Today.” Holy Thursday was a day of reflection, sharing, action planning and Liturgy. Good Friday was a day of public witness.


The retreat began with a very rich and inspiring communal Gospel sharing of Matthew 26: 47-56. This was followed by a planning session for the Good Friday Pentagon and White House actions.  After dinner, Cinnamon Sarver offered a compelling reflection-slideshow about the life and witness of Archbishop Romero, as Holy Thursday also marked the 36th anniversary of Romero’s martyrdom. Cinnamon’s reflection focused especially on the central role the Eucharist played in Romero’s life and how we have to continue to live out the Mass that he was unable to complete due to his assassination (which actually occurred during Mass). Following this presentation was a moving foot-washing ritual led by Loras students, which included beautiful spirit-filled music. The evening concluded with Liz McAlister leading a powerful commemoration of the Last Supper.


On Good Friday, a nonviolent public witness was held at the Pentagon. At 7:00 a.m. the community processed from Army-Navy Dr. to the police designated protest zone with signs and small crosses with the names of different victims in our society and world written on them. During the procession the Loras students led us in singing “Let Me Be An Instrument Of Peace.”  As hundreds of Pentagon employees streamed into work and numerous police were on hand, four of our community remained on the Pentagon sidewalk (where we are subject to arrest) and processed toward the building carrying a cross with the inscription: “Suffering Humanity–2016,” and a sign that said “Put Away the Sword.” As they processed , they were able to kneel and pray three times the traditional prayer of Good Friday “We Adore You O Christ and We Bless You, Because By Your Holy Cross You Have Redeemed the World,”  followed by a plea “Put Away the Sword!” Surprisinlgy, they were not immediately stopped by police and they were able to go halfway down the sidewalk before they were arrested. Simultaneously ,  the rest of the community proceeded into the designated “protest zone.” A huge banner that said: “U.S. Empire Crucifies Humanity” was displayed on the grassy slope overlooking the sidewalk going into the Pentagon metro entrance. A retreatant, dressed in a black robe, standing on a crate, with arms outstretched on a large cross,  wore a sign: “Victim of Militarism.” Our leaflet was read and a reflection about militarism and Jesus being nailed to the cross today, written by Leonardo Boff, were read aloud.  In between the readings there was silence and singing “Were You There When They Crucified My Lord.”


After about ten minutes, those who were praying on the sidewalk were arrested, taken to the Pentagon Police processing center, and released after several hours. They were charged with “failure to comply with a lawful order” and given a violation notice to appear in U.S. District Court in Alexandria, VA on May 19, 2016.


Following this witness, retreatants returned to the church for breakfast and evaluation of the Pentagon action. Before leaving for the White House witness, Dr. Ahn, a Korean scientist turned peace activist, shared with us his amazing story, which included his involvement in developing the cruise missile program, and his deep belief in the power of redemption. He also spoke about the “Cheonan” incident in March 2010, which resulted in the death of 46 South Korean sailors.


At noon-time, we were joined by other friends from the wider D.C. peace community as we held a “contemporary crucifixion” on Pennsylvania Ave. directly in front of the White House, as hundreds of  tourists looked on. See below the reflections that were read for each of the eleven crucified victims as they, wearing black robes, took turns, standing on a crate, with arms outstretched on the cross. After each victim came off the cross we sang: “Were you there when they crucified my Lord.” Our leaflet was also read to begin the witness, and a reading about how Jesus is being crucified today, by Leonardo Boff, was offered to conclude it. The Loras students began and ended the witness with singing “Let Me Be An Instrument of Peace.” We ended our witness and retreat by sharing a sign of peace.


Let us pray for each other during this Holy Season, and for all those in our world who are experiencing at this very moment the passion and death of Jesus. And let us be transformed by the cross and resurrection of Jesus as we seek to practice resurrection and be living signs of hope for our world.


In peace and gratitude, Art


Those Arrested:

Sr. Ardeth Platte

Sr. Carol Gilbert

Libby Johnson

Felton Davis


A Good Friday Plea: Put Away the Sword and Stop Crucifixion Today!

Today is Good Friday, the day Christians commemorate the Crucifixion and death of Jesus. Today, vast numbers of God’s global family experience a modern form of crucifixion as they are crucified to a cross of war, militarism, racial hatred, discrimination and economic exploitation. In the crucified people of our world we see the crucified face of Jesus.

Today, we remember the victims who have been and continue to be crucified and deemed expendable, and call for an immediate end to their crucifixion. We also pray for an end to the desecration of our sacred earth.

We, members of the Atlantic Life Community and students from the midwest, witness at the Pentagon and White House today to follow Jesus in nonviolent revolution as he made his way to Jerusalem. Jesus’ last instruction to his disciples at the time of his arrest were “Put away the sword,” (Mt. 26:52).  We say loudly and clearly with Jesus, “Put away the sword,” and all weapons! Stop all violence and killing!  Be merciful as God is merciful!

We call out to the consciences of those who lead the nations, including our own–War No More! Put away your guns, drones, bombs, carriers of bombs and oppression and become part of the nonviolent revolution. We can no longer afford guns and bombs when billions of people worldwide do not have sufficient food, clean water, health care, shelter and educational and job opportunities.

Our consciences are formed to love our enemies, to do the works of mercy, to become one world of sisters and brothers under one God, one Spirit, one family with disarmed hearts and in a disarmed world. Please join us.

For further information contact:
Dorothy Day Catholic Worker: 202-882-9649




Script of Crucified Victims and Desecrated Earth–2016

(Read at White House Witness–Victim of Militarism-Nuclearism Read at Pentagon Witness)


Today is Good Friday, the day Christians commemorate the crucifixion and death of Jesus. Today, vast numbers of God’s global family experience a modern form of crucifixion as they are crucified to a cross of war, racism, militarism, economic exploitation and social injustice. In the crucified people of our world we see the crucified face of Jesus. Today, we remember the victims who have been and continue to be crucified and deemed expendable, and call for an immediate end to their crucifixion. We also pray for an end to the desecration of our sacred earth.


Crucified Victim #1–Iraq War Victim 
For 25 years the U.S. waged an unrelenting war against Iraq. We pray, O God, for the nearly 2 million Iraqis who have died since 1991–crucified to a cross of bombings, invasion, occupation and U.S.-UN led sanctions. We pray for the countless millions injured and the over 4 million displaced. We repent for the U.S. destroying an entire society, traumatizing a generation of Iraqis and setting into motion a spiral of violence and political upheaval which, in part, created the conditions for the rise of the Islamic State. We call for all CIA and U.S. military personnel and security contractors to leave Iraq immediately, and that the U.S. beg forgiveness from and make reparations to the Iraqi people.


Crucified Victim #2–Afghanistan war victim
Since the U.S. began its criminal military intervention in Afghanistan in 2001, thousands of Afghan civilians have suffered and died. Let us remember that on October 3, 2015 the U.S. bombed a Doctors Without Borders Hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan, where 42 people were killed and 30 injured. A survivor of the attack described how patients in the hospital were literally burning to death in their intensive care unit beds. We pray for all those Afghans who have been, and continue to be, crucified to a cross of ruthless U.S. military occupation. We pray and work for an immediate end to the immoral and illegal U.S. war in Afghanistan, for the withdrawl of all military and CIA personnel, and that the U.S. beg forgiveness from and make reparations to the people of Afghanistan


Crucified Victim #3–Drone bombing victim
We pray, O God, in repentance for all victims of U.S. drone strikes and call for an immediate end to the use of these immoral and illegal killer-drones in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia and elsewhere. We call for a halt to the Obama Administration “kill lists” and that an apology and reparations be made to all victims’ families of drone strikes. We pray in gratitude for all who have resisted and who have been imprisoned for decrying this diabolical robotic warfare.  We commit ourselves to abolishing these murderous drones, our American death squads of the skies.


Crucified Victim #4–Victim of Militarism and Nuclearism
We pray for all people–past and present–who have been, and continue to be, crucified to the cross of militarism and nuclearism. We pray and work for the abolition of nuclear weapons, nuclear technology and all weapons, for an end to the militarization of space and all forms of militarism and military intervention worldwide, and for the conversion of our war-based economy to one centered on meeting human needs and serving the common good.


Crucified Victim # 5–Victim of Racial Violence                                                                                                We pray for all those–past and present–who have been and continue to be crucified to a cross of racial hatred. We remember and pray for all those American Indians and African Americans who were slaughtered, enslaved, lynched and murdered simply because of their skin color. Today racial hatred and violence is pervasive throughout the land. Blacks are under siege! A disproportionate number of Blacks are imprisoned and executed. Blacks are constantly profiled and are being killed in record numbers by white police officers. We remember Amadou Diallo, Mike Brown, Eric Garner, Aiyana Stanley-Jones, Tamir Rice, and Walter Scott, to name but a few. We remember Freddie Gary and countless others have been killed while in police custody. Muslims are under siege! Islamophobia is on the rise! Systemic violence and racism, inherent in oppressive  economic and political structures, crush the poor and people of color, denying so many of their dignity and basic human rights. Too many have suffered; too many have died because of state and police violence, and white silence! Black lives matter!  We repent for the sin of racism. Free us, O God, from fear and racial hatred. Liberate us from the unclean spirit that seeks superiority and domination of others. Instill in us, O God, a spirit of love that truly embraces everyone as equal, everyone as a sister and brother, everyone as a child of God. Deepen our commitment to tirelessly work for justice and equality for all people of color as we strive to make the Beloved Community a reality here and now.


Crucified Victim #6–Victim of Poverty and Economic Exploitation                                                             We remember all people who have been, and continue to be, sacrificed at the altar of greed, oppression and economic exploitation. Never have so few rich people been allowed to hoard so much. “The 62 richest people in the world now hold as much wealth as the poorest 3.5 billion.” (Oxfam, Jan. 2016) Income inequality is a grave injustice. We remember all people who have died early deaths in the U.S. and worldwide from dire poverty, malnutrition and inadequate health care. We pray and work for an end to structures and policies which dominate, exploit and crucify people to a cross of dehumanizing poverty, debt and neglect. We commit to working for an end to corporate domination, the eradication of poverty, debt cancellation, a fair redistribution of wealth and a just economic order.


Crucified Victim #7–Torture Victim (dressed as a GITMO prisoner)
Jesus was a torture victim who was condemned by religious authorities and executed by the Roman empire. We remember all torture victims, past and present, who have suffered and died from the effects of torture. We remember the over 100 prisoners who, since 2001, died at secret U.S. military black sites, as well as the nine men who died at the U.S. military prison in Guantanamo. We remember the 91 detainees in Guantanamo, most of whom have been cleared for release, including those who have been on hunger strikes and endured excruciating force-feedings to call for an end to their brutal, unjust confinement. Let us continue to pray and work for the abolition of torture worldwide, and for the immediate closing of Guantanamo, the SOA/WHINSEC and all military torture and training centers.


Crucified Victim #8–Nonviolent revolutionary victim
We remember all those who have given their lives and who have sacrificed their freedom as they have struggled, without using violence, for justice in their countries. We think of those who participated in the Arab Spring to break their shackles of oppression. We hold in prayer the dead and wounded people of Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain, Libya, Yemen, Iran, Iraq, Palestine, Jordan, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, and Syria. These nonviolent resisters marched, demonstrated, and occupied the streets and squares in order to free themselves from police repression, censorship, unemployment, and violence and were met with violent attacks. We remember all of the people of these nations and repent for U.S. funding of any of the guns, bombs, and materials used to prop up their abusive dictators. May all that has been stolen from these sisters and brothers be restored.


Crucified Victim #9– Imprisoned Victim                                                                                                            We picture before us the imprisoned Jesus–arrested, tortured, stripped, crowned with thorns, mocked and crucified. We remember today imprisoned political prisoners and all who are held in gulags and prisons throughout the world. We remember and pray for:                                                                –Private Chelsea Manning, whistle-blower and truth revealer of U.S. war crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan now serving a 35 year prison sentence;                                                                                       –All whistle-blowers, truth-tellers and political prisoners who have been, and continue to be, persecuted, including Julian Assange and Edwin Snowden;                                                                                Norman Edgar Lowry, Jr. sentenced in May 2012 to 1-7 years for third trespass at a military recruiting office in Lancaster, PA;
–Leonard Peltier, Native American political prisoner, imprisoned for over 40 years, serving a life sentence;                                                                                                                                                                        –All those who been arrested and jailed for their nonviolent resistance to a new naval base on Jeju Island which will serve as a U.S. military outpost to threaten and contain China;                                          — The detainees in Guantanamo and all prisoners held in indefinite detention;                                            — All immigrants held in deportation centers;                                                                                                       — The over 2.2 million prisoners in the U.S., over 3,000 of whom are on death row, and all prisoners worldwide. We pray and work for a dismantling of the mass incarceration complex and the creation of a justice system rooted in the biblical mandate of restorative justice. In the words of Jesus, let us “proclaim liberty to all captives.”


Crucified Victim #10–Immigration Victim
Mindful that Jesus was born as a migrant and exiled as a refugee, we remember today those immigrants who have been crucified to a cross of exploitation, oppression and war. We remember all those who have fled their homelands in Syria, Iraq and throughout the Middle East and North Africa due to war. We remember, too, those who have been driven from their homes and the hundreds who have died crossing the Mexico-U.S. border in search of a better life. Loving God, help us to learn to love and welcome the immigrants in this land. Give us the courage to stand for justice for all immigrants instead of imprisoning them in dehumanizing detention facilities. Give us the courage to speak out and expose how our country’s policies of globalization and free trade are driving people to leave their countries and tearing families apart. Help us to take down the walls of division and fear that create physical walls of separation on our border. Teach us the words of love you would have us speak as we call for comprehensive immigration reform in this land.


Crucified Victim #11–Our Desecrated Earth                                                                                              Creator God, we confess that the way we live today is desecrating the earth, changing the climate, the seas and the balance of life, and dispossessing the poor and future generations. We repent for the way our environment and earth continues to be endangered by industrial pollution, toxic deadly chemicals, wasteful oil consumption, nuclear radiation and the effects of preparing for and waging war.  According  to Joseph Nevins, in an article published on June 14, 2010 by CommonDreams.org, GREENWASHING THE PENTAGON, “The U.S. military is the world’s single biggest consumer of fossil fuels, and the single entity most responsible for destabilizing the Earth’s climate.” Creator God, help us to stop destroying your creation. Today, on Jeju Island in S. Korea, a global biosphere reserve and world natural heritage site is being destroyed, and the ancient  Gureombi lava-rock formation has been decimated, all because of the construction of a new naval base that will serve as a U.S. military outpost in the Asia-Pacific region. Empower and sustain all those who are nonviolently resisting this new war base and all other threats to land, water, air and sky. Empower us to safeguard all creation and choose life for all that is at risk.

Published in: on March 27, 2016 at 12:05 am  Comments (1)  

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