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Berrigan, Philip Francis
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found: His No more strangers, 1965.
found: NUCMC data from U. of Washington Lib. for Carbray, R.J. Papers, 1950-1982 (Philip Berrigan)
found: WWA, 1986-87 (Berrigan, Philip Francis, author, b. Two Harbors, Minn., 1923; s. Thomas and Frieda (Fromhart) B.; m. Elizabeth McAlister; ordained priest, 1950; convicted in two cases of destruction of draft files; acquitted of conspiracy)
found: Washington Post, 8 December 2002: obit. (Philip Berrigan, 79, died Dec. 6, 2002 at his home in Baltimore, Md.; inspiration for the Plowshares Movement; infantry officer in World War 2; graduate Holy Cross College; ordained Josephite priest 1955 with parish service in Washington, DC, New Orleans, La., and Newburgh, NY; married 1970 Elizabeth McAlister, sister of the Religious Order of the Sacred Heart; excommunicated 1973; founded Jonah House, Baltimore, Md.; books include: The Catholic Church and the Negro; No more strangers; A punishment for peace; Prison journals of a priest revolutionary; Widen the prison gates; Whereupon to stand; The times discipline; autobiography, Fighting the Lamb's war)