Tag Archives: Peace Abbey

Lighting Those Candles


By Kathie MM Yesterday’s post by Lewis Randa, Director of the Peace Abbey, is a model letter for Donald Trump to consider sending to Chairman of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Kim Jung-un.  The post is also a beacon to … Continue reading

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Refusing the Order to March, Part 2

  By Lewis Randa The protest march from Natick Center to the Natick Army Base last Sunday, August 27, was important for reasons that extend beyond making a public statement against a potential nuclear strike against North Korea. For our … Continue reading

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Comfort women

By guest author Dot Walsh Comfort women were women and girls forced into prostitution by the Japanese government during World War II.  The name “comfort women” was taken from a Japanese word meaning prostitute. In reality these women were sex … Continue reading

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