What We Do

Catholic Mobilizing Network educates the lay community through our programs and materials on the Church’s teachings on the death penalty, facilitates respectful and informed discourse within the Catholic community and the community at large and advocates local and national community leaders for life and human dignity.


View CMN’s full Resource Catalogue 


The Catholic Mobilizing Network has gathered a wide variety of print, video and other resources to assist individuals and groups in their efforts to bring about an end to the death penalty and promote restorative justice in the United States.

CMN provides a wealth of resources for all ages including curriculum materials intended to help teachers, pastors or youth/campus ministers lead students in age-appropriate discussions about the death penalty. The Catholic Mobilizing Network welcomes educator feedback on these materials, as well as submission of self-created lesson plans for consideration for inclusion in this section.


Can’t find what your looking for? Have a suggestion for new materials? Our friendly CMN staff is only a phone call (202) 541-5290 or email away.


Catholic Mobilizing Network educates English and Spanish speaking Catholics on the Church’s teaching about ending use of the death penalty and restorative justice. Click here to view our online resource catalogue  and download  our free educational materials for adults, youth, and family. As well as providing age appropriate curriculum, CMN also offers a selection of arts and… MORE


Make your voice heard! The following educational resources are designed to be used at diocesan or parish advocacy days as well as to aid in your individual messaging to community leaders. We have also provided information about other national and local organizations to connect with who are working to end the use of the death… MORE

Pray & Inspire

Catholic Mobilizing Network and other faith-based organizations bring a very potent force to all of their ministry efforts: prayer. Particularly in the Catholic tradition, both personal and common liturgical prayer is a spiritual source of strength for living out the pro-life commitment to which the Gospel of Jesus Christ calls us. Our prayer is often… MORE