Who we are

Catholic Mobilizing Network (CMN) proclaims the Church’s unconditional pro-life teaching and its application to capital punishment and restorative justice.  This work is carried out in many ways in the organization through the work of a focused coordinating committee, and staff in Washington, DC and  Mount Saint Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, MD.  Learn more about the people who make up this organization, recent and past news, as well as events and activities sponsored by CMN.

 

 

Board of Directors

Meet Catholic Mobilizing Network’s Board of Directors. This dynamic group brings a wealth of experience and passion to the organization. Each member brings gifts to our ministry and mission of ending the use of the death penalty and promoting restorative justice.   Chair Mary J. Novak, J.D., M.A.P.S., has as served across the U.S. and… MORE

Volunteer and Job Openings

 At CMN, it is our mission to engage Catholics in this important pro-life issue, to end the use of the death penalty and promote restorative justice. We need your help in developing an efficient, effective effort.  CMN is working to develop a national network of state-based volunteers. Please contact us if you are willing to… MORE

Speakers

The Catholic Mobilizing Network continues to expand its growing list of informed, experienced, and acclaimed speakers who regularly address the issue of capital punishment in the United States. The speakers below have spoken to small high school groups and large conferences. Some have addressed Members of Congress and others draw from the unique ministerial experiences… MORE

History

The Catholic Mobilizing Network (CMN) endeavors to take up the challenge of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ “Campaign To End the Use of the Death Penalty” (A Culture of Life and the Penalty of Death, 2005). Late in the summer of 2008, anti-death penalty advocates  gathered in Washington, D.C. to consider how best to… MORE

Staff

The Catholic Mobilizing Network staff represents experience and passion. These people bring a wealth of experience that comes from years spent organizing and educating. The CMN staff  is committed to working to end the use of the death penalty and promoting restorative justice. 

Sponsors

Catholic Mobilizing Network is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and is a sponsored ministry of the Congregation of St. Joseph. Originating through the ministries of Sister Helen Prejean, CSJ, one of the leading voices against the death penalty in the United States, CMN is also supported in its work by other organizations in accomplishing its mission,… MORE