Sister Eileen serves as Religious Engagement Associate for Catholic Mobilizing Network. She is a School Sister of Notre Dame who has been involved in efforts to abolish the death penalty for decades and once served as a spiritual companion to a victim of a state-sponsored execution. She previously represented her religious congregation as a Non-Governmental Representative at the United Nations.

Posted Mar 07 2024

In honor of Catholic Sisters Week 2024, we're highlighting 6 incredible Catholic sisters who are involved in the work of ending the death penalty and promoting restorative justice.

Posted Dec 08 2023

There are many different ways to respond to the urgency of preparation this Advent season.

Posted Jul 28 2023

People on death row are told their lives are worthless — what happens when they start to believe it's true?

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Posted Mar 08 2023

In honor of #CatholicSistersWeek, we're shining a spotlight on women religious who are transforming the criminal legal system.

"The Women of PBMR" Woman in lotus position above field of flowers. With other figures of people and hearts.
Posted May 06 2022

A group of mothers who have lost children to crime, violence, or incarceration journeys together on the path of healing.

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Posted Jul 28 2021

A Catholic sister recalls her visits with Michael Ross before he was put to death in Connecticut's last-ever execution.

Posted Apr 09 2020

"In each place along the journey of Good Friday, we see Jesus profoundly vulnerable to those around him. And yet, Jesus’ vulnerability is not the same as weakness."