National Religious Campaign to End Torture

23 October 2007

St. Scholastica’s Monastery, where I hope to become an Oblate soon, is hosting a gathering to support the National Religious Campaign to End Torture at 6:30 p.m. ,Wednesday, October 24 (tomorrow).  They will watch a DVD entitled Ghosts of Abu Ghraib, have a brief discussion and reflection, and then offer an opportunity to sign a petition supporting the end of torture by the United States and the restoration of habeas corpus.

If you have any questions contact  Sr. Benita Coffey.

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3 Responses to “National Religious Campaign to End Torture”

  1. jonolan Says:

    Step One: Create a believable definition of what constitutes torture. Until that is done, any steps taken are complete bullshit at best and political maneuvering at worst.


  2. That’s one of the points of the Campaign.

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