Learn more about the many ways that Catholic parish and ministry leaders can support victims and survivors of crime through meaningful processes that repair harm and honor the human dignity of all involved.
Danielle Sered, founder of Common Justice, explains why accountability is one of the most important aspects to a restorative justice approach and how it is ultimately a response rooted in human dignity.
For many Catholics, after learning about the principles and practices of restorative justice, they wish to become trained in circle keeping. This resource offers some discerning questions and a non-definitive list of organizations experienced in conducting circle trainings with faith communities.
As founder of Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation (PBMR), Fr. David Kelly illuminates how in instances of harm, simply asking the right questions can help us embark on a path of restoration and healing — a path that models Jesus' reconciling way.
This webinar (broadcasted on April 22, 2020) explores how restorative practices can offer ways of coping with life amidst a global pandemic. The discussion features insights from Sheryl Wilson, an esteemed restorative justice practioinery and national leader.