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Blog 1

A Window to the “Outside World”

by Bobby Ehnow, Ph.D.
Diocese of San Diego
We can all accompany our incarcerated citizens in prayer and “agapeic love” understanding that we are in communion with them regardless of the fences and the walls that may separate us from everyday encounters.

Blog 2

2023 Advent Reflections

CPMC 2023 Advent Reflections We invite you to join CPMC as we reflect and pray during this Advent season of hopeful anticipation of Jesus’ birth. To lead us, we requested the insights and perspectives of

Blog 3

Go Pay Him a Visit

Go Pay Him a Visit You can see the face of Jesus Christ. I know that sounds like a really extreme statement, and that’s because it is. When you have seen the face of Christ

Blog 4

Reconciliation, Justice, the Philadelphia Eagles

by Julia Tully
Villanova M.A. in Theology & Ministry
Jesus had a living, breathing, incarcerated body, and that therefore there were implications for Christians about how we are called to minister to those who our society has thrown away, and what reconciliation and forgiveness mean. Many of the conversations I had at Graterford were with men who know that they are loved and forgiven by a compassionate God.

Blog 5

You Are The Light

by Brittany Holberg
Texas Women’s Death Row

I do not want to spoil the story in case you decide to read it, so I will simply say that in the face of death and tremendous adversity, [he] refused to abandon these people, no matter what they did or what was going on around them.

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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