Archbishop Gregory Aymond of the Archdiocese of New Orleans has recorded a video encouraging all Catholics to join the work to end the death penalty.
By David Matzko McCarthy, Trudy D. Conway, and Vicki Schieber, Editors
This new book on Restorative Justice serves as a guiding context for Catholic Mobilizing Network's work to promote restorative justice.
Poverty plays a critical role in whether or not someone receives a death sentence. This helpful infographic explores some of the ways poverty impacts the use of the death penalty in this country.
These educational modules explore opportunities for restorative justice practices in the criminal justice system, parish communities and daily life.
CMN created brief one page information sheets that shares Catholic Teaching and state-specific information on the death penalty. These are designed to educate Catholics, serve as bulletin inserts, handouts or for those attending diocesan or parish advocacy days in your state.
This resource shows how we can bring the principles of restorative justice to our everyday interactions.
There are many ways that we can bring restorative practices into our parishes. This infographic gives a few examples of approaches to doing so.
This image gives examples of ways to bring about restorative justice in the criminal justice system.
This infographic describes restorative justice and how we, as Catholics, are called to this way of life when responding to harm.