United Nations

The Nuns, The Priests, and The Bombs was screened at the United Nations while negotiations were underway on a new Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons that entered into force in January 2021. The new Treaty declares the use or threat of use of nuclear weapons illegal under international law.

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Wellesley College

Madeline Albright Institute for Global Affairs

University of Notre Dame

DeBartolo Center

photos:Katie Rutter


Katie Rutter, HY, Brian Rutter

Fordham University

Lincoln Center Campus

Columbia University Teachers College

Pace University

Pace U.

Brown University

Catholic University

Sister Megan Rice’s 90th Birthday Party!

The Storytellers

The Rowe Center

 Rowe, MassachusettsIMG_0257


Ralph Nader, lawyer, activist and former U.S. presidential candidate, was the featured speaker at the Rowe Center for a series of lectures focusing on citizen activism. The weekend event focused on militarism, the ever growing Pentagon budget, and what ordinary citizens can do to hold elected officials accountable. Our film was screened during the weekend.


Global Peace Film Festival, Orlando, Florida

 Pittsburgh and surrounding areas

St. Winifred Parish, Castle Shannon, PA

Sisters of Divine Providence, Allison Park, PA;

Carlow University, Pittsburgh, PA

Sr. Megan Rice, Walt Kochirka, Molly Rush and Dee Kochirka at the screening at St. Winifred Parish. Molly Rush took part in the first Plowshares action in 1980.

Carnegie Institution Screening 

The Nuns, The Priests, and The Bombs was screened in Washington D.C., sponsored by The Center for Study of Responsive Law and Essential Information, non-profits founded by Ralph Nader.

George Washington University, Washington, D.C.