Tag: Community, Families, Victims

May 08
Kairos Outside

Kairos Outside offers a comfortable, non-judging retreat for women to support each other as they journey through the incarceration of a friend or relative. Join Evelyn Lemly, CEO of Kairos Prison Ministry International, and Margie Rodriguez, Kairos Outside Leadership Team, to learn about this needed ministry.

Jan 22
Alternatives to Sentencing

We invite you into a conversation on alternatives to sentencing with Fr. Larry Dowling, pastor of St. Simon of Cyrene Catholic Parish in Chicago, and Jacquelyn Ingram, Circle Keeper for the North Lawndale Restorative Justice Community Court.

Nov 13
Rituales y Comunión servicios en prisión

https://youtu.be/CZWZRXtPORo Únase a CPMC para conversar con el P. George Williams, SJ y el P. Paul Morrissey, OSA, sobre rituales, servicios de comunión y servicios conmemorativos tras las rejas. Compartirán sobre la importancia y el proceso de estos rituales, que pueden ser facilitados por los laicos. Este seminario web también está disponible en inglés AQUÍ. Recursos: […]

Nov 13
Rituals & Communion Services in Prison

https://youtu.be/12OsVwK0NVo Join CPMC for a conversation with Fr. George Williams, SJ, and Fr. Paul Morrissey, OSA, about rituals, communion services, and memorial services behind bars. They will share about the importance and the process of these rituals, which can be facilitated by the laity. This event is also available in Spanish HERE. Resources: “The peace I’ve […]

Mar 08
Intersections of Juvenile Ministry

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, […]

Jul 14
Chaplaincy in a Women’s Prison

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, […]

Jun 14
Ministering to Families of Incarceration

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: […]

Apr 21
Violence, Incarceration, & Ministry

Join us for a presentation on interpersonal violence and how to address this issue in your ministry. Fr. David Kelly, Executive Director of the Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation (PBMR) in Chicago, is joined by PBMR staff members and returned citizens Fred Weatherspoon, Joseph Mapp, and Joe Montgomery in this webinar. They share how they’ve […]

Nov 16
Ministering to First Nations Affected by Incarceration

Webinar on how to minister to our First Nations brothers and sisters impacted by incarceration. Our guest speakers are Fr. Michael Carson, Assistant Director for Native American Affairs at the USCCB, Fr. Christopher Kerstiens, OFM, Pastor & Prison Minister, and Titus Fragura – a Protective Services Specialist and member of the Pueblo of Jemez. If […]

Apr 03
Ministering to Returning Citizens

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VdqILau3xAI&t=270s The effects of incarceration reach beyond the time of confinement. Upon being released from incarceration individuals often lack the support they need and can struggle to keep a steady footing. In this session Ronald Garret of Catholic Charities in Washington DC and Bishop William Wach of the Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee address some of the […]