Eastern Oklahoma Pax Christi

A Local Community of
The National Catholic Peace Movement

Pax Christi is concerned with war and violence
and the building of just structures.
 

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"Hiroshima & Nagasaki: 60 Years Later" Poster Exhibit

Photos of the Exhibit on Display Around Oklahoma



Opening Prayer Service Msgr. Gaalaas at the Church of St. Benedict in
Broken Arrow on August 7, 2005. Over 50 guests attended the service.


Fr. Bradley led the Stations of the Cross during the Prayer Service.


The exhibit on display in “The Commons” or foyer at the
Church of St. Benedict in Broken Arrow.


The exhibit at the Church of St. Benedict.


The exhibit at the Church of St. Benedict.


At The Church of the Madalene in Tulsa, displayed in a classroom.


At The Church of the Madalene in Tulsa, displayed in a classroom.


At The Parish of St. Bernard’s in Tulsa, displayed in the gym,
where donuts are served after Mass.


At The Parish of St. Bernard’s.


At Northeastern State University, Broken Arrow. Several classes
visited the exhibit while it was here.


At Northeastern State University, Broken Arrow.


At The Church of the Resurrection in Tulsa, displayed in the
small foyer in the back of the church.


At The Church of the Resurrection.


At The Church of the Resurrection.


At the Parish of Christ the King in Tulsa, in the vestibule area.


At the Parish of Christ the King.


At St. John's Bartlesville Parish Hall


At St. John's Bartlesville Church Foyer


At the Chancery Office


At Northeastern State University at Tahlequah


At library at St. Joseph's Monastery


At library at St. Joseph's Monastery


At Monte Cassino Performing Arts Center for Season for Nonviolence address by Fr. John Dear


At Monte Cassino Performing Arts Center for Season for Nonviolence address by Fr. John Dear


At the Church of St. Mary in the main foyer


At the Church of St. Mary in the main foyer


At St. Cecelia's in Claremore in the Religious Education Room


At St. Gregory's College, Shawnee, Okla


At the Bishop Kelley High School Library


At the Bishop Kelley High School Library


Handouts of Pax Christi Materials, including the Vow of Nonviolence