Tag: Juvenile Ministry

Jul 07
Human Trafficking: Focus on Juveniles

CPMC invites you to a conversation with Felicitas Brugo Onetti, Anti-Trafficking Education and Outreach Coordinator at the Migration and Refugee Services Department at the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. She leads a discussion about human trafficking issues that specifically impact juveniles and how ministers can support them, including a discussion of solidarity, trauma-responsive accompaniment, and confidentiality.

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, […]

Oct 17
Reconocer la dignidad de la vida en las personas traumatizadas

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 […]

Oct 17
Recognizing the Dignity of Life in the Traumatized & Broken

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 […]

Sep 20
Incarceration & Developmental Disorders (Part 1 of 3)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zids5te4Mm4 People with developmental disabilities are incarcerated at a higher 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.

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 […]

Jun 11
Nuances of Juvenile Ministry

On any given day, over 48,000 youth in the United States are confined in facilities away from home as a result of juvenile justice or criminal justice involvement. (Prison Policy Initiative) Join us for a conversation with Franchelle Lee (Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston) and Joe Cotton (Archdiocese of Seattle & CPMC) about the important distinctions of […]

Mar 19
Healing and Forgiveness – Ministering to Incarcerated Juveniles

Among the populations affected by incarceration juveniles can  easily fall through the cracks of the system and their specific needs are often different from their adult counterparts. In this session Fr. Michael Kennedy and Robert Garcia of the Jesuit Restorative Justice Initiative speak from their experiences as a minister and former gang member, respectively. The following […]