Prison Challenges

Updated: May 25

Prayers


A Prayer for Prisoners

Lord, you are close to those who are most alone.

Be present to our brothers and sisters in prison

who suffer from the coronavirus.

In their dark hours, be a light of hope.

In their sad plight, stir us to compassion.

In their daily routine, stir the kindness of their guards.

In their physical struggles, pour out a healing balm.

Lead them and us, one day, home to you. Amen

by Father Louis Cameli Profiles in Catholicism



Interviews

Book Reviews and Commentaries

Film Reviews and Commentaries


Coronavirus Articles/Commentaries


General Articles/Commentaries


Book Reviews/Commentaries



Film Reviews



Videos


Save the Jailed Children from Covid 19


Coronavirus outbreak: Milan prison inmates climb roof after virtual lockdown triggers riot


Prison in the time of coronavirus


Coronavirus outbreak threatens U.S. prison system


Myanmar to release almost 25,000 prisoners to prevent coronavirus outbreaks in overcrowded jails


Coronavirus outbreak: B.C. reports 35 new COVID-19 cases, 5 from Mission prison in hospital


Six dead as coronavirus restrictions trigger Italy prison riots


'We need help': Alabama prisoner pleas for assistance in fighting COVID-19  ABC News


Life Inside Bali's Infamous Kerobokan Prison


Keeping Hope by  Karen Henning Heuberger, Dismas Ministry


Pope at Jubilee of Prisoners asks society to facilitate the reintegration of the imprisoned


Capuchin Franciscan Friars - Prison Ministry


Bring mercy to the sick and to prisoners


Prison Ministry - Helping to redeem, restore and reconcile


Restorative Justice


Restorative Justice

2014-06-27 Restorative Justice Interviews (with Ron Zeilinger and Amalia Molina)


Catholic Charities Jail & Prison Ministry Volunteer Experience--Tim Duggan


Vatican Penitential Celebration 2016.03.04


Amen Lord off Songs from Harare Prison--"Ndaive Mbava"


Resources

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