Stonewalk USA 2004 Stonewalk USA 2004
July 25 to September 02, 2004
Boston, MA to New York, NY
"Highlighting the Human Cost of War"
Stonewalk England 2001 Stonewalk England 2001
July 10 to August 5, 2001.
Liverpool to Coventry, England.
"A Message of Healing and Remembrance"
Stonewalk Ireland 2000 Stonewalk Ireland 2000
July 9 to July 22, 2000
Dublin, Eire to Belfast, Northern Ireland
"Remembering All Victims of the Troubles"
Stonewalk USA 1999 Stonewalk USA 1999
July 4 to August 6, 1999
Sherborn, MA to Arlington, VA
"Unknown Civilians Killed in War"
Stonewalk UN Day Day Stonewalk United Nations Day
Annual Event October 24th
Sherborn to Boston, MA
"Remembering Civilians Killed in War"

One stone travels throughout the world to serve as a reminder of
the true cost of war.

The other, which remains on the grounds of The Peace Abbey, serves as a touchstone where prayers for peace are continually offered and commitments to the peace movement are strengthened.

Together these stones link the suffering of innocent victims of armed conflict.

If stones could weep, surely these two would, as they pay respect to the Unknown Civilians Killed in War.

Petition your elected officials and tell them that you support placement of the Memorial Stone for 'Unknown Civilians Killed in War' at Arlington National Cemetery, Washington, DC, USA.
 

L A T E S T  N E W S

01.25.05 Stonewalk 2005 Project - Sponsors and organizers are researching an incredible event for Stonewalk 2005.

10.25 Stonewalk UN Day - 20+ miles walked to the state house, Boston, MA. Photos and news coverage of the event will be posted soon.

10.04 The Peace Abbey announces Stonewalk UN Day - a one day peace vigil from Sherborn, MA to Boston.

09.12 Stonewalk USA 2004 Finale: Departed from Riverside Church for a procession to the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York.
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Quotable
“The job of the peacemaker is to stop war, to purify the world, to get it saved from poverty and riches, to heal the sick, to comfort the sad, to wake up those who have not yet found God.” - Muriel Lester
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