Jesus of Nazareth is the Incarnation of God. Jesus is Nonviolent because God is Nonviolent. There is no separation or contradiction among Father, Son and Holy Spirit, only perfect simplicity and unity. God is One. The Will of the Father is the Will o

Antonin Scalia’s Death: A Summons to Mercy

Antonin Scalia’s Death: A Summons to Mercy by Rev. Emmanuel Charles McCarthy   Mark Twain wrote that Christianity took all the peace out of death. Strictly construed the statement is erroneous.   Nevertheless, Jesus in the Gospels and i

GOSPEL NONVIOLENCE: OPTION OR OBLIGATION: Keeping before one’s eyes the supreme law of the Church

GOSPEL NONVIOLENCE- OPTION OR OBLIGATION- Keeping before one’s eyes the supreme law of the Church Here are two questions, which for forty years, I have been trying to get every Catholic Bishop, including Popes—not their clerical public relations

Millennium of Mercy

Inaugurating a Millennium of Mercy A Proposal to Have the Pope Grant General Absolution to All Repentant Christians on January 1, 2000 or Early in the Third Millennium. DOWNLOAD Millennium of Mercy

Litany of Christ the Prisoner

V: Lord, have mercy. R: Christ, have mercy. V: Lord, have mercy. Christ, hear us. R: Christ graciously hear us. V: God the Father of heaven. R: Have mercy on us (me). … DOWNLOAD Litany of Christ the Prisoner

Stations of the Cross of Nonviolent Love

Download or View the full booklet here This booklet contains personally assimilable and liveable meditations on specific dimensions of Christ’s Nonviolent Love as he endures each of the 14 stations of the cross, emerging finally at 15th statio

The War in Iraq and the Requirement of Moral Certainty

Recognizing that Catholic Just War Theory as well as Catholic Moral Theology have a certain amount of practical elasticity built into them, nevertheless, this can be stretched to the moral breaking point. That point has been passed long, long ago in

Christian Just War Theory: The Logic of Deceit

Just War Theories have been around for about 2000 years. However, they did not infect Christianity until three hundred years after Jesus’ Resurrection. St. Ambrose and St. Augustine were their original carriers into the Church. However, in fair

All things flee thee for thou fleest Me

This book, which contains 11 essays written by Fr. McCarthy, is his quintessential expression of the power and the wisdom of Gospel Nonviolence. The secondary purpose of this book is to plead with the leadership of the Christian Churches to allow the