Catholic priest Daniel Berrigan and civil rights attorney William Stringfellow were political dissidents during the tumultuous 1960s and later.
They belonged to the American tradition of faith-based activism, and faced intense opposition from authorities and the public for their agitation against the Vietnam War, their advocacy of civil rights, nuclear disarmament, and social justice, and their support of environmental causes.
Their chosen path was difficult and exacted a great physical
and emotional toll—the renewal they sought,
they found on Block Island…