Berrigan, Daniel J.

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BERRIGAN, Daniel J. American, b. 1921. Genres: Plays/Screenplays, Poetry, Social commentary, Theology/Religion, Autobiography/Memoirs. Career: Writer, teacher, and political activist. Ordained Roman Catholic priest, 1952; member, Society of Jesus. Taught French and philosophy, Brooklyn Preparatory School, New York, 1954-57; Professor of New Testament Studies, LeMoyne College, Syracuse, NY, 1957-63; Director of United Christian Work, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 1967-68; jailed for antiwar activities, 1970-72; convicted of destroying unarmed nuclear warheads in PA, 1981, and sentenced to time served, 1990. Publications: Time without Number, 1957; The Bride: Essays in the Church, 1959; Encounters 1960; The Bow in the Clouds, 1961; The World for Wedding Ring: Poems, 1962; No One Walks Waters, 1966; False Gods, Real Men: New Poems, 1966; They Call Us Dead Men, 1966; Consequences: Truth and…, 1967; Go from Here: A Prison Diary, 1968; Love, Love at the End: Parables, Prayers and Meditations, 1968; Night Flight to Hanoi: War Diary with 11 Poems, 1968; Crime Trial, 1970; (with T. Lewis) Trial Poems, 1970; The Trial of the Catonsville Nine (play), 1970; No Bars to Manhood, 1970; The Dark Night of Resistance, 1971: The Geography of Faith: Conversations between Daniel Berrigan, When Underground, and Robert Coles, 1971; Absurd Convictions, Modest Hopes: Conversations after Prison with Lee Lockwood, 1972; American is Hard to Find, 1972; Jesus Christ, 1973; Selected and New Poems, 1973; Prison Poems, 1973; Prison Poems, 1974; Lights on in the House of the Dead: A Prison Diary, 1974; (with Thich Nhat Hanh) The Raft Is not the Shore: Conversations toward Buddhist/Christian Awareness, 1975; Uncommon Prayer, 1978, new ed. 1998; Beside the Sea of Glass, 1978; The Discipline of the Mountain, 1979; We Die before We Live, 1980; Ten Commandments for the Long Haul, 1981; Portraits: Of Those I Love, 1982; The Nightmare of God, 1983; Journey to Black Island, 1984; The Mission: A Film Journal, 1986; To Dwell in Peace: An Autobiography, 1987; (with M. Parker) Stations, 1988; Daniel Berrigan: Poetry, Drama, Prose, 1988; Sorrow Built a Bridge, 1989; Whereon to Stand, 1991; Jubilee: Poems, 1991; Tulips in the Prison Yard: Selected Poems, 1992; Minor Prophets, Major Themes, 1995; Isaiah: Spirit of Courage, Gift of Tears, 1996; Ezekiel: Vision in the Dust, 1997; And the Risen Bread: Selected Poems 1957-1997, 1998; Daniel; Under the Siege of the Divine, 1998; Jeremiah: The World, the Wound of God, 1999; Bride: Images of the Church, 2000; Job: Why Forsake Me?, 2001. Address: 220 W 98th St., #11-L, New York, NY 10025, U.S.A.