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Fr. Stan Bosch, S.T., is a practicing psychotherapist, prison minister, pastor of St. Raphael Church in Los Angeles, and has ministered to Los Angeles’s gang-involved youth for more than 20 years. Come join CPMC as we learn about a variety of important topics impacting juveniles, such as psychosocial development, mental health and addiction, gang involvement, […]
Join CPMC for a presentation by four talented panelists who are representatives of national Catholic organizations working for legislative change within the prison and detention system and eliminating the death penalty. Presenters include: Emma Tacke (Catholic Mobilizing Network), Ingrid Delgado (USCCB), Tom Mulloy (Jesuit Conference of Canada and the United States), and Christy Williams (Catholic […]
In this webinar, Sr. Annie Killian, OP, a post-doctoral fellow in the Public Humanities at the University of Notre Dame, and Beatrice Parwatikar, an Ambassador of Peace with Pax Christi USA, discuss prison ministry as a way of peace-making. Through ministry, they offer returning citizens and people who are incarcerated a ministry of accompaniment and […]
Join CPMC for a presentation by Dr. Patrick Saint-Jean, SJ about racism, including a discussion of his books: The Spiritual Work of Racial Justice and The Crucible of Racism: Ignatian Spirituality and the Power of Hope. Upon coming to the United States to pursue graduate studies and then to embark on training as a Jesuit, […]
Padre Stan Bosch es un psicoterapeuta en ejercicio, ministro de prisiones, pastor de la iglesia St. Raphael en Los Ángeles y ha atendido a los jóvenes involucrados en pandillas de Los Ángeles durante más de 20 años. Únase a CPMC mientras aprendemos de una perspectiva de atención informada sobre traumas sobre cómo los ministros pueden […]
Fr. Stan Bosch, S.T., is a practicing psychotherapist, prison minister, pastor of St. Raphael Church in Los Angeles, and has ministered to Los Angeles’s gang-involved youth for more than 20 years. Join CPMC as we learn from a trauma-informed care lens as to how ministers can look beyond a person’s behavior and learn to listen […]
People with developmental disabilities are incarcerated at a high rate than people without developmental disabilities. In this three part series, Dr. Lawrence Sutton gives a high level overview of how to recognize those with developmental disabilities and tools to engage and support them.
Sarah Jobe is the Chaplain at the North Carolina Correctional Institution for Women and the Co-Director of the Prison Studies Program at Duke University’s Divinity School. She will discuss ministering to women in prison, as well as share about the work of the Interfaith Prison Ministry for Women in Durham, North Carolina, which provides holistic, […]
Joyce Dixson-Haskett, a formerly trafficked/incarcerated person and sought-after author and clinical social worker, discusses her programmatic model and book Levels of Response to Traumatic Events. In this webinar, she presents tools for resiliency to equip families, lay people, and professionals alike in effectively helping and working with children and loved ones of incarcerated parents. Resources: […]