The legendary anti-war and anti-nuclear activist dies in Baltimore on Friday at Jonah House, a community he co-founded in 1973, surrounded by family and friends. Approximately 30 close friends and fellow peace activists gathered for the ceremony of last rites on November 30, to celebrate his life and anoint him for the next part of his journey. Berrigan’s brother and co-felon, Jesuit priest Daniel Berrigan officiated. A look at the life of Philip Berrigan features a roundtable discussion with plowshares activists who were jailed for committing civil disobedience actions with Berrigan by entering military bases and hammering.
Originally Broadcast on 12/9/2002
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