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Catholic Prison Ministries Coalition
The place to go for Catholic ministry serving people affected by incarceration. Our goal is to recruit, train, support and empower those called to this ministry
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Catholic Mobilizing Network Nov 28
Congratulations, Cardinal Gregory! Thank you for your prophetic leadership and unwavering commitment to upholding the dignity of all human life.
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This 2020, please consider supporting us. (Dr. Kimberly Lymore, shares CPMC as a place for resources for volunteers and grassroots organizations accompanying the incarcerated.) Support us:
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Catholic Prison Ministries Coalition Nov 26
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Catholic Prison Ministries Coalition Nov 25
This GivingTuesday give the gift of Thanksgiving. Please support our mission. ( Watch Joe Cotton, Director of Pastoral Care and Outreach of the Archdiocese of Seattle, talks about the formation work of CPMC).
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Catholic Prison Ministries Coalition Nov 24
It might not be  yet, but you still can support our mission. (Watch Fr. George Williams, SJ video) Visit us: (We will be posting series of videos until Dec. 1. about our work)
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Catholic Prison Ministries Coalition Nov 19
offers a collection of powerful Advent Reflections to enrich your prayers and preparation around this hope-filled season. Reflections are authored by Catholics working to transform the broken U.S. criminal legal system. Let's join them:
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Academy for Justice Nov 18
At the end of day 1 of the Conference, Bobby Garcia of the was interviewed by 's Matt Mizel. Listen to Garcia's story of being convicted of felony murder as a teenager for a crime he didn't commit, or know about.
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Catholic Prison Ministries Coalition Nov 17
University of San Diego Restorative Justice Center: The Art of Crafting Community-Building Circles Onlines. Learn how to create and manage online environments that foster connection and trust, honor restorative principles. Register:
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Catholic Prison Ministries Coalition Nov 16
Are you called to prison ministry? Check out testimonies of people who are in prison ministry and how they discerned God’s call.
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Catholic Prison Ministries Coalition Nov 15
Servant of God Julia Greeley. United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
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Catholic Prison Ministries Coalition Nov 15
Catholic Prison Ministries Coalition (CPMC) is offering a Town Hall: Ministering to Returning Citizens. Come share practices and resources on issues of re-entry ministry. Register:
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Catholic Prison Ministries Coalition Nov 14
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Catholic Prison Ministries Coalition Nov 12
An in-depth look at the prison system in the United States and how it reveals the nation’s history of racial inequality. View the study guide:
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Catholic Prison Ministries Coalition Nov 11
For anyone interested in developing, or revisiting the structures that already exist in offering restorative justice services in schools and communities at large. Register here:
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Catholic Prison Ministries Coalition Nov 10
Join our November webinar tomorrow. Intercultural Competence and Jail and Prison Ministry Our presenters will discuss tools for effective intercultural ministry for Jail and Prison chaplains and volunteers. Register:
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Jesuit Restorative Justice Initiative (JRJI) Nov 10
Our weekly email has been sent out! November 15, 2020: The 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Cycle A) This Sunday's Wisdom from the Cells reflection comes from Joseph, a JRJI retreat participant, followed by the meditation "The Worker" which comes from Fr. Mike Kennedy, SJ.
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Catholic Prison Ministries Coalition Nov 7
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Catholic Prison Ministries Coalition Nov 7
They told us they break the cycle of aggressive behavior and isolation by treating every day as an opportunity to start over and meet the men where they’re at.
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Catholic Prison Ministries Coalition Nov 5
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Catholic Prison Ministries Coalition Nov 4
KY voters: Yes on rights for crime victims, no on longer terms for district judges
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