Tuesday, Jan. 22, 8:00 p.m.
University of Tulsa Presidential Lecture Series
Saturday, February 9th, 7:00pm,
"Living Together As Neighbors"
Sunday, February 10th, 1:15pm, Clark
Inkanish Retirement Celebration
Sunday, February 10th, 7:00pm,
Sunday, Feb. 17, 3:00, Jewish
Community Center - 25th Annual Trialogue Series
Sunday, Feb. 20th, 7:30pm, 2008 Snuggs Lecture at TU, in Lorton Hall
Sunday, Feb. 24, 3:00, Boston Avenue
Church - 25th Annual Trialogue Series
Sunday, Feb. 24, 5:30 p.m. -
Interfaith Relations Banquet
Sunday, March 2, 3:00, Peace Academy
- 25th Annual Trialogue Series
Tuesday, April 8, Tulsa Interfaith
Alliance Annual Meeting
Thursday, April 17, 7:30 p.m.
University of Tulsa Presidential Lecture Series
19 - Mary’s Hope Workshop, Spiritual Healing and Recovery
April 20, 2:00 p.m.
Epiphany Group Lecture - Fr. Tom Doyle
Thur-Fri, May 8-9 Hidden Cost of War Photo Exhibit at Bishop Kelly,
Pax Christi Eastern Oklahoma is presenting a photo exhibit, "Hidden Costs of War", Thursday, May 8, and Friday, May 9, 2008, 3:00 to 7:00 pm at the Bishop Kelley High School Library/Media Center. The exhibit features photographs of Iraqi children and their families by photojournalist Takashi Morizumi. For more info, see the Pax Christi web page.
June 14, 6:30 p.m.
“A Medieval 9/11 and St. Francis' Reaction To It.”
Oct. 23, 7:00 p.m.??
Book Signing/Social with Fr. John
Archive of Selected Past Events
Friday, Oct. 29, 6:30 p.m. - Our Lady
of Sorrows Convent
Would you like to learn more about Making the World Safer Through Non-Violence? Sister Pat was the Director for Justice and Human Development for the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City for eight years—1986-1994. Her education includes an M.A. in Theology from Fordham and Juris Doctor from the University of Minnesota. The Nonviolent Peaceforce (NP) is an international organization of citizens working together to expand the power and potential of nonviolent peacemaking. NP helps reduce global conflicts by sending international trained teams into conflict zones to cooperate with local peace and justice organizations seeking to prevent violence. Founded in 1999, NP now has over 115 member organizations all over the world. NP's first project is in Sri Lanka, u country that has been involved in civil war for the past 20 years. NP's team there now numbers eighteen persons from fifteen different countries. Future projects may include Uganda/Sudan, the Philippines, Burma or others where local peace groups are seeking help.
Thursday, November 4, 12:00 Noon, Unity Church of Christianity (35th and S. Jamestown)
A Season for Nonviolence Invitational Luncheon
Please RSVP ASAP to email@example.com or 857-1206
A Season for Nonviolence (SNV) honors the legacy of M.K. Gandhi and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.and falls between the memorial anniversary of these two great leaders (January 30 and April 4) Last year Tulsans were honored to welcome Arun Gandhi, who has dedicated his life to spreading the nonviolent teachings and social change strategies promulgated by his grandfather. Over 1,000 were in attendance at an interfaith celebration at which he delivered the keynote address. To learn more about a SNV, go to www.agnt.org
Sunday, December 5, 3:00 p.m., Church of the Resurrection
Controversy With Coffee - Divorce, Annulment and Remarriage
Panelists will be Mary Albriton, Phil Scott and Fr. Michael Knipe
Tulsa Peace Fellowship - Iraq: Lessons from the Past, Hope for Future
Thursday, January 27th Aaronson Auditorium, Central Library, 4th and Denver. 7 pm.
Iraqi-Americans share historical perspectives, personal stories and photo images to express their concerns about the current situation in Iraq and their hopes for peace and security. Contact: 857-1206
Season for Nonviolence Taskforce - Mahatma Movie Matinee benefiting the Tsunami Survivors
Saturday, January 29th, 2:00 pm at the Circle Cinema, 10 South Lewis.
The Season for Nonviolence Taskforce and the Federation of Indo-American Chamber of Commerce will host a Red Cross disaster relief effort on behalf of Tsunami victims and survivors. The Mahatma Movie Matinee will feature the Academy Award winning film Gandhi. Authentic Indian food and warm hospitality will be provided to patrons during intermission and following the film. $15.00 minimum donation suggested. Call 585-3456 to reserve your tickets. The movie will be shown again on Sunday, January 30th at 2pm, on the memorial anniversary of Gandhi and the first day the Season for Nonviolence which runs through April 4th, the memorial anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King
21st Annual Trialogue Series Explores
Science and Religion
Sunday Feb. 20th, 3:00 p.m. Boston
Avenue United Methodist Church
Sunday Feb. 27th, 3:00 p.m. Boston
Avenue United Methodist Church
Sunday March 6th, 3:00 p.m. Boston
Avenue United Methodist Church
Season for Nonviolence Celebration
Thursday, March 10th, 7:00 pm, Temple Israel, 2004 E. 22nd Place
Tulsa’s Season for Nonviolence Taskforce
will host an interfaith and multicultural celebration of the lives and
legacies of two great men, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and M.K. Gandhi,
who gave their lives to further the causes of peace, justice and
freedom. The Season for Nonviolence is a 64 days period between Gandhi’s
memorial anniversary on January 30 and King’s memorial anniversary on
Dr. Scout Cloud Lee, a motivational speaker, founder of the Magical Child Foundation and CEO of her performance consulting company, Vision Us Inc and faculty member for the Institute of Management Studies will be the keynote speaker. Dr. Lee is also a recent “castaway’ on the 2004 CBS reality television show, Survivor. Her words will weave a beautiful tapestry of hope, laughter, integrity and positive imagery to inspire listeners to take part in the co-creation of a more peaceful world.
Christ the King Soup Supper - Fr. Richard Bradley - "Issues on Peace and War."
Friday, March 11th, Christ the King Catholic Church
Father Richard Bradley, chaplain for the
local Pac Christi group, will be speaking on "Issues on Peace and War"
at Christ the King's soup supper. Come for just the talk or for the
entire evening. The schedule is
Drumbeats for Peace: Take a S.T.A.N.D! Someone Take Action Now: Darfur!
Saturday, April 2nd, 7:30 p.m., Living Arts, 308 S Kenosha, downtown Tulsa
After months of silence, drumming is back at the Living Arts Space and making some noise to kick off the Genocide Intervention Fund’s (GIF) Hundred Days of Action Campaign to stop the genocide in Darfur, Sudan. The campaign begins April 6 and runs through July 14. It was during these 100 days in 1994 that 800,000 Rwandans were slaughtered as the world stood by and watched. Fast forward eleven years later, the world is still standing by and watching as the human destruction and suffering in Darfur reaches almost incomprehensible dimensions. So far, more than 335,000 people have been killed and over 2,000,000 made refugees. $5.00 admission benefiting the Genocide Intervention Fund
Beyond Retribution - Panel Discussion
Saturday, April 16 7:00 p.m., Higher Dimension Family Church, 8621 S Memorial
Michael Berg, the father of Nicolas Berg, who was beheaded last May by al Qaeda operatives in Iraq, will be speaking. He will be joined by three members of the September Eleventh Families for Peaceful Tomorrows and Otis Clark, a 102 year survivor of the 1921 race riot in panel discussion entitled “Beyond Retribution.” The event, sponsored by the Progressive Alliance Foundation is free and open to the public. For more information call 857-1206.
Wednesday, April 13th, 7:00 p.m., Saffron Coffee House, 1148 S. Harvard
The Wheels of Justice bio-diesel bus tour rolls into Tulsa, carrying peace activists, who will share their eye-witness accounts of war and occupation in Iraq, Palestine and Afghanistan in a teach-in at the Saffron Coffee House. Among the activists telling their stories is Father Jerry Stein, who assisted Iraqi families in their efforts to contact their loved ones imprisoned at Abu Ghraib. The teach-in, which is sponsored by Tulsa Peace Fellowship, is free and open to the public. For more information call 857-1206.
Wednesday, April 20, 8:00 p.m., Oklahoma City University, Freed Center (NW 27th and Florida)
Nobel Peace Prize recipient and world-renowned human rights activist Elie Wiesel will speak at Oklahoma City University. There is no admission fee and seating is first come first served. Wiesel's address is sponsored by the .
Annual Oklahoma Coalition to Abolish the
Death Penalty Banquet
Mayflower Community Church, 3901 Northwest 63rd Street, OKC
E-mail Susan at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com to reserve places for your party then mail your payment, or call our message phone (405-427-1111) and leave your name, telephone number, and the number of seats you want reserved then mail your payment, or mail your check and list of names directly to: OCADP, P. O. Box 713, Oklahoma City, OK 73101. Tickets this year are @20 ($10 for students or those on a fixed income). Our keynote speaker this year will be Greg Wilhoit, former Oklahoma Death Row prisoner. We are honored and privileged to have Greg here with us.
Friday, May 6th, 7:30 p.m. St. Bernard's Catholic Church
Bishop Gumbleton's topic will be "Whatever Happened to Vatican II?"
Saturday, May 7th, 8:30 a.m.
Bishop Gumbleton will celebrate at St. Mary's Catholic Church
February 22 about 9:15 p.m. at Boston’s, 18th and Boston.
23, 7:00 p.m. at Chapman Hall, TU
Friday Feb 24 at 7:00
p.m. at Osage Monastery Forest of Peace.
Sunday, Feb 26 7:00
p.m. at St. Bernard Church
25, at 7:00 p.m. Hope Unitarian Church
With their music, this award-winning duo spread the message of peace, love and hope to the world. Their songs "Peace, Salaam, Shalom" and "Keep on Moving Forward" are sung at vigils and demonstrations around the world. "If I Give Your Name" was the Grand Prize Winner of the John Lennon Songwriting Contest. Pete Seeger on NPR's "All Things Considered" said of them, "The powers that be can control the media (but) it's hard to stop a good song...Pat's songs will be sung well into the 22nd century." More can be learned by going to the website: www.pathumphries.com
Saturday March 4,
7:00 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.
Saffron Coffee and Art
Poets: Mary McAnally, Jay Lesikar, Ijah Charlestein, Eboni Carter and Jessica Spraggins
Singer/Songwriters: Rocky Frisco, Jonny Palmer, Valerie Eskridge, Ray Rodgers, Michael Warner, Gene Williams, Timbre Wolf, Danelle Phillips and Katch Grayson
Special Guest: The multi-cultural, multi-ethnic band, Citizen Mundi will bring you to your feet at the end of the evening with its reggae and world beat sounds and lyrics promoting peace and tolerance for all beings on this beautiful planet. www.citizenmundi.com
The “Mobile” Global Market will have fair trade merchandise for sale.
DONATIONS AND NEW MEMBERS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR THE TU CHAPTER OF AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL.
Sponsored by: Tulsa Peace Fellowship, Global Market, Season for Nonviolence Taskforce, Poets for Peace, TU Peace and Justice Fellowship and the United Campus Ministry
Thursday, March 16 at 7:00 p.m., Malcolm Deisenroth PAC, Monte Cassino
Fr. Dear, S.J. is former Executive Director of the Fellowship for Reconciliation and a coordinator of the Red Cross Chaplain Program at ground zero after the attacks on 9/11. A peace and nuclear non-proliferation activist, Fr. Dear has been arrested over 75 times for nonviolent acts of civil disobedience. He is the author of more than 20 books including “Living Peace” and “Mohandas Gandhi: Essential Writings. For Info Contact 366-6349 or go to: http://tulsapeace.org/snvweb.html. Monte Cassino is located at 2206 S. Lewis Ave., Tulsa
29th, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
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