Dr. Jeff Gusky’s discovery of carvings in the stone of underground bunkers where men lived for long periods of time during WWI are a poignant expression of the horrors, hopes, and humanity of the war.
Pope Francis I’s homily ‘What Does It Matter to Me?’ preached at the Italian WWI memorial on September 13, 2014, to remember the centennial of WWI.
Peacemaker Daniel Buttry writes a series of reflections on WWI. Here, he focuses on Eric Bogle’s haunting song, “And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda.”
Peacemaker Daniel Buttry writes a series of columns on musical reflections for the centennial of WWI. Here, he profiles Danish composer Carl Nielsen.
Peacemaker Daniel Buttry writes about Playing for Change, launched by Mark Johnson to unite musicians from many traditions and genres in collaborations.
Peacemaker and author Daniel Buttry writes about Estonia’s campaign for freedom through music and recommends the documentary “The Singing Revolution.”
Peacemaker and author Daniel Buttry writes about Musicians without Borders MwB, an innovative program to use music to bring peace in war-torn regions.
Daniel Buttry profiles Glen Stassen who died in 2014, son of presidential hopeful Harold Stassen and Baptist theologian famous for Just Peacemaking Theory.