Letter from Philip Berrigan to Daniel Berrigan, May(?) 1967
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||Berrigan, Philip, 1923-2002
In the letter to his brother Dan, Philip Berrigan reports on his activities with the Peace Mission while living with the Josephite Fathers community in the Bronx and the latest news concerning both of them.
ST. PETER CLAVER CATHOLIC CHURCH
THE JOSEPHITE FATHERS
FREMONT AT PENNSYLVANIA AVE., BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 21217 - NO 9-9159
Dear Dan -
Will have to get this out to you while
its hot, - to supplement what I told
you the other evening. It was a deadly
serious and yet hilarious experience.
Now it is my hope that the Peace
Mission can continue with renewed
vigor, in spite of my being out of town.
With the caliber of person we have, and
quite a number of them - I dont see why
not. They are now talking seriously about
the Pentagon, with or without CNVA,
hitting a local draft board and destroying
records, etc. etc. Not only was a Community
quiet the other day, but a Communitys ideas
are now rampant.
The address is the Bronx - Josephite
Fathers, 2850 Marion Ave. Bronx
10458. The phone is (212) 226-6843.
Bob Trabold will be in touch with you -
hes fine, and very much moved by your
responsiveness. We had a long talk the other
day - it was my view that he ought to