U.S. At War: Seven Points for Peace

This week, for the first time, U.S. Protestant, Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox and Jewish leaders united on a peace program. Appended to their "Declaration on World Peace" were 144 signatures.* These signatures do not bind any church to the peace proposals, they do commend the peace declaration to some 56,000,000 members of the participating faiths.

The declaration resulted from six months' study by priests, ministers and rabbis of Papal peace pronouncements, declarations by Protestant churches, Jewish organizations and nondenominational groups such as the Commission to Study the Bases of a Just & Durable...

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