Summary: Roman Catholic priest known as one of the most radical pacifists of the 20th century who spent 11 years in prison for anti-Vietnam war protests including one of the most dramatic of the 1960's when a group led by him which became known as the "Catonsville Nine" burned draft records at a recruiting office in Catonsville, Maryland.
Cause of Death: Complications from liver and kidney cancer
Born: October 5, 1923
Died: November 30, 2002
Location: Baltimore, Maryland