Letter from Daniel Berrigan to Stephen Sachs of March 26, 1969
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||Berrigan, Daniel, 1921-
In response to U.S. District Attorney for Maryland, Stephen Sachs' order forbidding him to travel, Daniel Berrigan writes a letter to Sachs where although finding the order untanable, he informs him that he cancels his cultural and political engagements, but refuses to cease traveling for the purpose of the ministry of the Gospel. He includes a list of his ministry engagements for the next few weeks.
On Sat. April 11 - to Sun. April 12, I shall be
traveling to La Fayette College, Easton, Pa., to celebrate
an ecumenical service and preach the Gospel.
I shall continue to inform you
of all instances in which your orders are in my
judgment untenable, in view of legal protection
accorded to conscience.
(Rev) Daniel Berrigan
Cornell United Religious Works
Copies - Air, Spec. delivery
Mr. Harold Buchman, 1500 Tower Bldg., Guilford Ave., Baltimore, Md.
Rev. Wm. Cunningham, Loyola Univ. Law School, 41 E. Pearson St., Chicago, Ill.
Mr. Wm. Kunstler, Kunstler & Kinoy, 511 Fifth Avenue, New York
Harrup Freeman, Cornell U. Law School - (Campus mail).
Catholic Reporter, PO Box 281, Kansas City, Mo.
Commonweal, 232 Madison Avenue, New York 10016
Mr. John Leo, New York Times, W. 42 St. New York, NY