The non-violent approach to resolving situations of injustice was made famous by Mahatma Gandhi. One of its leading proponents in the late 20th century was Hildegard Goss-Mayr. Hers is a remarkable, though not well-known story of witnessing to the power of non-violent resistance.
Marked for Life
The Story of Hildegard Goss-Mayr
Marked for Life tells the story of Hildegard Goss-Mayr, an Austrian Catholic pioneer in teaching the philosophy and practice of nonviolence amidst great historical events of the past half century – World War II, the Cold War, revolutionary struggles against colonialism and dictatorship, the Second Vatican Council, breakthroughs in interfaith understanding and collaboration, and resistance to the arms race. Hers is the authentic, nonviolent life.
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