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.
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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.
A 1972 Supreme Court case temporarily eradicated the U.S. death penalty. Now it's time to end it for good.
The great-grandson of a murder victim reflects on his great-grandmother's quiet holiness and mercy.
Writing to those in prison is a way to bring healing to places of isolation and loneliness.
After participating in CMN's Harm, Healing, and Human Dignity Conference, Ruth Cunnings finds herself imagining restorative justice as a beautiful stained glass window.
After accompanying William LeCroy to his death on Sept. 22, Sr. Barbara Battista reflects on Christ's call to “love our neighbors as ourselves.”
An in-prison educational program fosters transformational relationships.
The federal government's resumption of executions — led by Attorney General William Barr — runs counter to the Gospel of Life.