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Imagine no religion : an autobiography : from Central America to the Middle East, the life story of a leader in the movement for social justice and peace

Author: Blase Bonpane
Publisher: Pasadena, CA : Red Hen Press, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Blase Bonpane; Blase Bonpane
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Blase Bonpane
ISBN: 9781597096706 1597096709 9781597091800 1597091804 9781597094351 1597094358 9781597095532 1597095532
OCLC Number: 729341812
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xx, 214 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Introduction --
1. The escape --
2. Odyssey to Maryknoll --
3. Uninhibited apostolate --
4. Assignment to Central America --
5. Renegade priest --
6. Cuba --
7. The peace movement --
8. New incarnation --
9. Our wedding --
10. Surveillance --
11. Campaign / Chicano / Moratorium / Santa Paula --
12. La Paz --
13. Return to academia / the peace movement --
14. The movement to abolish nuclear weapons and the struggle of the Sandinistas --
15. Nicaraguan revolution --
16. Office of the Americas and Nicaraguan delegations --
17. Media requests --
18. Beginning of the International March for Peace in Central America --
19. The long march through Central America --
20. The celebration --
21. Reflection on the International March for Peace --
22. Returning home --
23. El Salvador --
24. Demonstrations --
25. Liberation theology --
26. Last delegation to Nicaragua and reflections --
27. Delegation to Iraq --
28. L.A. uprisings & campaign for House of Representatives --
29. Cuba again --
30. Chiapas --
31. A respite --
32. Let's not talk about Jesus --
33. A moral revolution --
Personal reflections --
Postscript: A conversation with God.
Responsibility: Blase Bonpane.

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