Pax Christi USA strives to create a world that reflects the Peace of Christ by exploring, articulating, and witnessing to the call of Christian nonviolence. This work begins in personal life and extends to communities of reflection and action to transform structures of society. Pax Christi USA rejects war, preparations for war, and every form of violence and domination. It advocates primacy of conscience, economic and social justice, and respect for creation:  Pax Christi Indianapolis is a faith-based local group of Pax Christi USA. 
(Source: Pax Christi USA) 


Every Third Sunday  7:00PM
Marian University                                                 All are Welcome!
St. Francis Hall Room 165
Next Meeting:  Sunday    October 18th

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Please join us the weekend of March 21st as we Fast for Living Wages.

Fasters will be going without food, some for as long as 72.5 hours, to show support for raising Indiana’s $7.25 per hour minimum wage. We invite all ranges of participation. If you can give up a single meal, that means a lot, as does fasting for the entire period.

Our small, temporary discomfort reminds us of the more significant struggles of the half-million Hoosiers who work for sub-poverty wages. And we aim for our actions to remind Indiana lawmakers of their moral duty: to ensure that all workers can afford a roof over their families’ heads and food on their tables.

70 years of Pax Christi!


13 March 1945 – 13 March 2015: 70 Years for Peace and Reconciliation


Pax Christi was born on 13 March 1945. Pierre Marie Théas, bishop of Montauban in Southern France gave Marthe Dortel Claudot his full support to start a Christian movement for reconciliation and peace. On the evening of 13 March this movement was baptized as Pax Christi in a flat in Montauban.

- See more at: Pax Christi Founding Story