Deacon Robert Vigil reflects on a powerful encounter at Bernalillo County Jail, a facility he has been barred from visiting since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.
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In 2000, I entered the Richard P. LeBlanc Unit, a pre-release correctional facility in Beaumont, Texas, and joined a small group in "Bridges To Life."
"I am grateful for all those who are Catholic or from other faiths that spoke out for me."