Several theologians who have been active with the Catholic Nonviolence Initiative contributed essays to a recent issue of Expositions (Vol. 13, No. 2), an online newsletter published by Villanova University’s Center for Liberal Education.
You can find the essays here.
“Renewing Catholicism: Toward Recommitting to Gospel Nonviolence throughout the Roman Catholic Church,” Ken Butigan
“The Realism Objection to Setting Aside the Just War Theory: A Response,” David Cochran
“War: Reversing the Works of Mercy,” Eileen Egan
“Nonviolence: The Witness of a Church of Mercy,” Leo Guardado
“Nonviolence as a Tradition of Moral Praxis,” Kyle B. T. Lambelet
“Nonviolence: Building Gospel-based Communities Addressing Situations of Violence Today,” Sr. Anne McCarthy OSB
“Catholic Nonviolence: Transforming Military Institutions,” Eli McCarthy
“What Will it Take: Learning from Pope Francis’ Peace Pedagogy,” Gerald Schlabach
“Pope Francis, Nonviolence, and Catholic Teaching on War,” John Sniegocki