FAN and Pace e Bene coordinate a national training initiative with Franciscan communities across the US. In regional workshops, teams are trained using a Peacemaking Study Program to deepen the vision of peacemaking and to strengthen their ability to advocate for concrete policy changes for environmental sustainability, justice, and peace.
This national organization of Episcopalian peacemakers hosts nonviolence trainings and takes action for justice and peace. EPF adapted and integrated Pace e Bene’s training program into its work. Pace e Bene has led many trainings for EPF, including 2008 trainings in Haiti and with Native American Episcopalians at the Winter Talk Gathering in Minnesota.
Founded in 1976, Call to Action is a Catholic movement working for equality and justice in the Church and society. Since 2006, Pace e Bene has organized and led the Nonviolent Action Track for a Just Church as part of CTA’s yearly national conference.
Based in Washington, DC, this Franciscan province has contracted with Pace e Bene to help integrate nonviolence in its 41 ministries along the US Eastern Seaboard. Pace e Bene has led trainings for Franciscan friars throughout the province during this three-year project.
FOR seeks to replace violence, war, racism, and economic injustice with nonviolence, peace, and justice. It is an interfaith organization committed to active nonviolence as a transforming way of life and as a means of radical change. It educates, trains, builds coalitions, and engages in nonviolent and compassionate actions locally, nationally, and globally. Pace e Bene led a series trainings for FOR. For several years, FOR adapted and used Pace e Bene’s training programming.
LPF is a “community of Lutherans across the U.S. and around the globe responding to the gospel call to be peacemakers and justice seekers.” In 1999, Pace e Bene led trainings for LPF leadership. LPF adapted and integrated elements of Pace e Bene nonviolence education process into its training program.