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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.

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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.

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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.