Father Daniel Berrigan, S.J. - Berrigan Raps album
A priest, poet, teacher, prophetic social activist, and a man of nonviolence who suffered for his faith, Fr. Daniel Berrigan .
Father Daniel Berrigan, . Label: Caedmon Records – TC 1402. Sleeve Notes – George Riemer. Vocals, Interviewee – Dan Berrigan. Other (Library of Congress Catalog Card Number): 75-752612. poet, author, playwright, and social activist, emerged in the decade of the 1960s as one of the nation’s most influential peace activists. In that turbulent decade, Berrigan embarked on a journey of writing and social activism unique in American history. His activism and tireless work for peace and social justice has continued over the course of the last thirty years, but is was in the intense struggle over the Vietnam War that polarized the nation when Daniel Berrigan emerged as an apostle of peace
Philip Francis Berrigan (October 5, 1923 – December 6, 2002) was an American peace activist and Roman Catholic priest. Berrigan was born in Two Harbors, Minnesota, a Midwestern, working-class, mining town. He had five brothers, including the Jesuit fellow-activist and poet, Daniel Berrigan. His mother, Frieda (née Fromhart), was of German descent and deeply religious. His father, Tom Berrigan, was a second-generation Irish-Catholic, trade union member, socialist, and railway engineer.
Daniel Joseph Berrigan. 1921-05-09)May 9, 1921. Virginia, Minnesota, . Daniel Joseph Berrigan, . Like many others during the 1960s, Berrigan's active protest against the Vietnam War earned him both scorn and admiration, but it was his participation in the Catonsville Nine that made him famous January 25, 1971: Featured on the cover of Time magazine along with his brother Philip.
Daniel Berrigan was born in Virginia, Minnesota, on May 9, 1921. His father was a socialist farmer and railroad engineer who wrote poetry and raised his six sons in the brawling, argumentative atmosphere of a small farm near Syracuse, New York. Daniel was the frailest of the boys and from childhood had determined to enter the Catholic priesthood. When he was 18 he joined the Society of Jesus-the Jesuits.
Prayer for the morning headlines: On the Sanctity of Life and Death. The kings and their gods: the pathology of power. Berrigan Raps (Swc 1402). Consequences: truth and
This is a bibliography of works by and about Daniel Joseph Berrigan, . May 9, 1921 – April 30, 2016), who was an American Jesuit priest, anti-war activist, poet, essayist, and university instructor. Berrigan was an award-winning and prolific author, who published more than 50 books during his life in 1957, he was awarded the Lamont Prize for his book of poems, Time Without Number. Note: Daniel Berrigan was the author, or co-author, of more than fifty books.
Daniel Berrigan and his brother Philip, along with seven other Catholic protesters, used homemade napalm to destroy 378 draft files in the parking lot of the Catonsville, Maryland, draft board on May 17, 1968 January 25, 1971: Featured on the cover of TIME along with his brother Philip. It is frequently claimed that "the radical priest" in Paul Simon's song "Me and Julio Down by the S. .
Discover Daniel Berrigan famous and rare quotes. The activist who saved my life, and other contrarians" by David Byrne, ww. heguardian.
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|A1||A Sermon From The Underground||15:19|
|A2||An Interview With Marc N. Weiss At Corness, April 1, 1970
Interviewer – Marc N. Weiss
|Father Berrigan Reads His Poetry|
|B1||False Gods, Real Men||8:06|
|B2||Trial Poems I||5:34|
|B3||Trial Poems II||4:52|
- Record Company – Caedmon Records, Inc.
- Pressed By – Allentown Record Co. Inc.
- Sleeve Notes – George Riemer
- Vocals, Interviewee – Dan Berrigan*
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- Other (Library of Congress Catalog Card Number): 75-752612
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): TC 1042 A ARC 9/17/71
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): TC 1042 B ARC 9/17/71