Jesuit priest Daniel Berrigan is a disturber of the peace. Always has been. That, of course, is part of what it means to be a peacemaker. The status quo must be challenged. Berrigan's quest for peace and justice has taken him around the world and has resulted in years spent in prison.And the Risen Bread: Selected Poems, 1957 to 1997 brings together the best of his work from 14 volumes of poetry. "Peacemaking Is Hard" sums up Berrigan's ministry as an antiwar protester and a follower of "a man [who] stood on nails."