Blog 1

Spotlight: Jack Pachuta

We’d like to share with you the amaizng art and iconography of Jack Pachuta. A devout Roman Catholic, Pachuta wanted to do volunteer work after he retired from the chemical business in 1998 and spent

Blog 3

Litany of Nonviolence

Provident God, aware of our own brokenness, we ask the gift of courage to identify how and where we are in need of conversion in order to live in solidarity with Earth and all creation.

Blog 4

Out of the Tomb, a Condemned Man

By Fr. Dustin Feddon, PhD,  Executive Director of Joseph House     Being released from either prison or jail in the middle of a global pandemic highlights the already existing challenges of reentry in America. You

Blog 5

Social Distance Ministry

In prison, the mystery of the cross is often portrayed with an image of three crosses. The image is a reminder to prisoners that Christ was not the only one executed on Good Friday and

Blog 6

Walking a Mile in Their Shoes

How can we use this time to bond with “our brothers in white”? The  COVID-19  pandemic situation has given new meaning to a term used in Texas prisons that is somewhat akin to “sheltering in

The CPMC blog shares reflections from people actively involved in ministries and advocacy work that serve those affected by incarceration. Our hope is that these reflections assist you in gaining deeper insight into your own ministry and volunteer work.  

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