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Berrigan noted Day's cautionary wisdom that "we may never see the good outcome of the good we do," adding, as Day taught, that we must "do it anyway.
Over the course of his life, Berrigan was arrested more than 100 times and spent more than 11 years behind bars, his final term ending in December 2001.
I've often wondered why people don't seem to notice this book so much, it being one of Berrigan's three major sequences (Easter Monday has never been published as the sequence Berrigan intended; almost all of its comprising poems have been published separately).
Berrigan, a leader of Vietnam War protests, had to hand it to the agency.
It's not enough to refer to the influence of the Berrigans or offer allusions to a "throng of Catholic lefties.
I wonder what Berrigan might have made of the words "penguin poet.
The modified designs will see a broken or dotted line introduced into the merging lane of the northbound on-ramps from Berrigan Drive to Russell Road.
These prototypes will leverage the advantages of solid-state lighting and controls technologies, but energy savings is only one goal, says Berrigan.
However, the RFL's match review panel decided there was inconclusive evidence and ruled that Berrigan will face no further action.
Berrigan continues his relentless publishing of commentaries on the Hebrew Scriptures with this insightful and poignant reflection on Deuteronomy, understood by B.
Hull FC have suffered their own Cup setback with confirmation Aussie hooker Shaun Berrigan broke his collarbone against Leeds last Sunday.
Hull hit back when Shaun Berrigan twisted over from close range but the Rhinos were completely on top.