Interview: Cesar Chavez’s lawyer on the faith and nonviolence that led to the best labor law in the country
“Nonviolence created the pressure that caused the grape boycott to work,” says Jerry Cohen, who represented the United Farm Workers for nearly a decade and worked closely with Cesar Chavez.
Despite the long and illustrious history of the Catholic Church in Germany, in the late 19th century Catholics became the great Other to modernizing, secularizing forces.
James Alison belongs on any short list of the most important living Catholic theologians. He has met and perhaps exceeded the high expectations that arose from his first book, Knowing Jesus (1993), and his most substantial work of constructive theology, The Joy of Being Wrong: Original Sin Through E