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John Dear is an internationally known voice for peace and nonviolence. Featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, National Public Radio's "All Things Considered," and more, he is the author of more than thirty books. A priest of the diocese of Monterey, California, Dear was recently show more nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by Archbishop Desmond Tutu. show less

Works by John Dear

The Nonviolent Life (2013) 33 copies
Seeds of Non-Violence (1992) 13 copies
Jean Donovan; The Call to Discipleship (1990) — Author — 8 copies

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In these pages, John Dear, the activist, brings us to the still, dark places where he wrestles demons and waits to be touched by God. We wait with him and are touched, too, by the silence and he quickened desire to live simpler, more generous, and more engaged lives.
 
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PendleHillLibrary | Jan 25, 2024 |
This book covers the Inward Journey, the Public Journey, and the hope of a life loved in the love of Christ. "John Dear's inspired journey--inside and out--gives us renewed hope for our own personal and public peacemaking. LIVING PEACE is a beautiful reminder of our shared identity." Fred Rogers
 
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PendleHillLibrary | 1 other review | Nov 17, 2023 |
This is a diary and journal of reflections of John Deere, Hey Jessica who was worked with the poor and their struggle for justice in the United States and in Third World countries.
 
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PendleHillLibrary | Nov 17, 2023 |
answering Gospel call to nonviolence
 
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