Antideath Penalty Resolve Remains in Spite of Tragic, Personal Loss

June 4, 2012

from Voices of Charity, the magazine of the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth, Kansas (Spring 2012)

“What seeds do we sow, and who reaps the harvest?” are questions Carolyn Zimmerman, SCLA, poses as she staunchly advocates against the death penalty. She also points out that people believe survivors of murder victims support the death penalty. Carolyn is living proof and witness that this is not always the case.

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