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Many practitioners of restorative justice experience a similar exhaustion. Rest is a vital element to sustaining ourselves in this work.
The Catechism revision was not unprecedented. What led us here, and where have we gone since?
We've selected five resources for you to explore this week to honor, support, and pray with crime victims and their families as they continue on their journeys of healing.
In honor of #CatholicSistersWeek, we're shining a spotlight on women religious who are transforming the criminal legal system.
In conversations with others, how do we 'do justice' to restorative justice?
A filmmaker visits a Brazilian prison where the incarcerated hold the keys to their own cells — and to their futures.
Did you cross paths with CMN this summer or fall? Here are all the places you might have seen us.
Catholic Mobilizing Network demonstrates what Catholic anti-death penalty witness looks like in practice, in accordance with Pope Francis’ call.
There is a dire need to serve this community with restorative ministries that are culturally competent, evidence-based, and trauma informed.
I do not devote my entire homilies to the subject of the death penalty, but whenever the opportunity arises, I mention it. It is my hope that I convey to my parishioners that the death penalty is wrong in many ways — not only in the official teachings of the Catholic Church, but in the scriptures themselves, particularly in the teachings of Jesus.
In the Diocese of San Diego, circles created the ideal environment for listening and beginning the process of building a synodal Church.
The work of racial justice requires that we all bring our unique gifts, talents, and experiences to the table.
A group of mothers who have lost children to crime, violence, or incarceration journeys together on the path of healing.
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.
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.
With time, care, and creativity, restorative circles helped one Missouri parish build community and enrich its ministries.