Posts Tagged ‘Caitlin Morneau’
Pro-Life Series: Restorative Justice
How do we as a society help someone who has made a bad choice or poor judgement call?
Host Bridget Richardson talks with two advocates for restorative justice, Caitlin Morneau, Director of Restorative Justice with Catholic Mobilizing Network, and Chris Castillo, a murder victim family member and advocate for restorative justice. They work with Catholic Mobilizing Network, the national Catholic organization that works to end the death penalty and promote restorative justice through education, advocacy, and prayer. Bridget asked them about punitive versus restorative practices and how Catholic Mobilizing Network, and all of us, can advocate for restoration for those who have committed crimes.
This is episode one of our three-part series on what it means to be pro-life.
Chris Castillo's Story | Catholic Mobilizing Network
Restorative discipline works to remove racial bias in Houston schools | ABC 13
Death Penalty in Your State Map
Larry Swearingen, who claimed science excluded him as killer, is executed by Texas | Washington Post
Open Wide Our Hearts: A Pastoral Letter Against Racism | United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
Virginia becomes first state in the South to abolish the death penalty
Virginia’s lawmakers vote to abolish the death penalty. Catholic activists helped make it happen.
Pope Francis has shown the U.S. a new path for ending the death penalty—for good. | America Magazine