How Ontario’s Mennonite pacifists remember

It’s been a few weeks since Remembrance Day, but you might still find the following article interesting and engaging.

Here is a recent posting from TVO that discusses the experience of Mennonite conscientious objectors during World War II; featuring our very own Julie Stobbe’s father, Arnold Meyers.

How did Mennonites respond to the call to take up arms during this tumultuous time in world history; and what were the questions, situations, and experiences they encountered as they made difficult but faithful choices?  Decades later, how do these same Mennonites now look back on the occasion of Remembrance Day?

Check it out for yourself!

http://tvo.org/article/current-affairs/shared-values/how-ontarios-mennonite-pacifists-remember

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