Community of St. Martin

While MN ASAP receives support and includes from people of all backgrounds, it began as a project of the Community of St. Martin.

The Community of St. Martin, located in the Seward neighborhood of Minneapolis, was established in the fall of 1984 and describes its vision in the following way:

"We strive to be an ecumenical Christian community. Rooted in Scripture, sharing worship and ministry, we affirm active nonviolence, love of justice and peace, and the integrity of God's creation. Acknowledging our complicity in the materialism and oppression of the dominant culture, we seek to practice loving hospitality and care-filled stewardship of God's gifts of ourselves, land, time and possessions. Through an ongoing process of action and reflection we seek to shape our lives according to our faith and the urgings of the Spirit. We commit ourselves to one another and to the way of Jesus Christ. Our community is open to all who share these values."

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Posted: Mar 30, 2015
An article by William Hartung: "Your Money at War Everywhere" ...

Posted: Mar 30, 2015

Jimmy Carter mentions the military budget during a talk at the Nobel Peace Prize Forum sponsored by Augsburg College in Minneapolis, March 6, 2015, saying that the country is preparing, with President Obama's approval, to spend a trillion dollars on defense. And, during the Question and Answer period afterward, he noted that the reason we weren't focusing on solving social problems is we give so much money to the military ...


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