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In his recently completed memoir, Paul Mayer revisits the major social and political movements of the last fifty years--the Civil Rights, anti-war and anti-nuclear movements, Latin America, the Cold War, Cuba, climate change, and his encounters with world leaders. These are the movements of his life. Mayer was there, not only as a concerned citizen activist, but as part of his soul's commitment to justice. In his memoir, he traces his commitment and involvement--and the personal struggles he faced in living out his convictions.

Produktbeschreibung
In his recently completed memoir, Paul Mayer revisits the major social and political movements of the last fifty years--the Civil Rights, anti-war and anti-nuclear movements, Latin America, the Cold War, Cuba, climate change, and his encounters with world leaders. These are the movements of his life. Mayer was there, not only as a concerned citizen activist, but as part of his soul's commitment to justice. In his memoir, he traces his commitment and involvement--and the personal struggles he faced in living out his convictions.
Autorenporträt
Father Paul Mayer's more than half century of service to the earth included eighteen years as a Benedictine monk, involvement in the civil rights movement in the South, work in the barrios of Central America, participation in the effort to end the war in Vietnam, and cofounding a number of peace and environmental organizations. Mayer's commitment to global peace, social justice, ecology, and nonviolent social change exemplifies a life lived between spirituality and activism.