The sister of a murder victim realized that she had to find closure within herself before she could work to repair the harm that had been done to her.
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A death row chaplain and his spiritual advisee discuss the meaning of God's mercy.
The Catholic Church, in particular, has to play a part in addressing this trauma of the past.
Military veterans are overrepresented on death rows across the U.S. This is unacceptable.
This World Day Against the Death Penalty, it is necessary to reflect on the role of trauma in cases like Lisa’s, and how it plays an outsized role in landing people like her on death row.
In 2008, my older brother Andrew was sentenced to 62 years in prison. But one thing I never had to fear was that his life would be taken by the state in response.
By protecting those who participate in restorative processes, the practice can continue to grow in courts, schools, and communities.
From working as a mediator to creating spaces for healing and transformation in Catholic communities, Anne Buchanan shares her journey to restorative justice.
A Catholic sister recalls her visits with Michael Ross before he was put to death in Connecticut's last-ever execution.
"The Phantom" is a new documentary calling into question the aims and ends of our capital punishment system.