CMN's Sister Eileen Reilly sits down with Sister Maxine Kollasch, IHM on the "In Good Faith" podcast to discuss our Catholic call to end the death penalty and restorative justice.
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Activists who oppose the death penalty said the Justice Department’s temporary stop of federal executions is a step in the right direction, but not enough.
The Bishops of the United States welcome the government’s imposition of a ban on federal executions, and call for the abolition of the death penalty.
“The Phantom,” a new documentary on a capital murder case gone awry, is being released in theaters amid a Catholic Mobilizing Network campaign asking President Joe Biden to abolish the federal death penalty.
Restorative justice undoes the blindfold to take account of all the harm done on all sides of the ledger and dares to ask: What next?
Anti-death penalty activists and civil rights groups have begun pressing the Biden administration to keep its pledge to end federal executions, expressing frustration over the president’s inaction on a key campaign promise.
On the 16th anniversary of Connecticut's last execution, a Catholic sister recalls her visits with Michael Ross before he was put to death.
Catholic Mobilizing Network, which opposes the death penalty, is asking for Catholics to contact Gov. Greg Abbott (R) and ask him to halt Quintin Jones’ execution with a 30-day reprieve.
“The decade without executions in South Carolina should be seen as a mark of progress toward a culture of life, not a reason to backslide into immoral and gruesome means of killing."
Catholics are calling on President Joe Biden to honor his campaign promises to halt use of the federal death penalty, as his presidency surpasses 100 days.