Cardinal Pell spent 13 months in solitary confinement, during which time he was not permitted to celebrate Mass.
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Kids called him “Father Luigi” when he was growing up, but alcohol, drugs, and violence changed the path of his life.
The cardinal said his 13 months in prison were “difficult and unpleasant,” but not the worst possible form of suffering.
Bishop Zinkula said his proposal would help protect the vulnerable and honor family unity without compromising public safety.
The Missouri Catholic Conference noted the morning of May 19 that Barton had already spent 26 years on death row, and is now confined to a wheelchair and has a severe neurological disorder due to a traumatic brain injury.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions instructs prosecutors to seek the most serious sentences when charging criminals.
The economics of mass incarceration are terribly inefficient to keeping crime down, socially destructive and not absolutely necessary, says a White House report.
A grotesque cycle of poverty, drugs and incarceration confronts the Church in Baltimore, which is coming to grips with its own failures and need to reassess how it can give hope to a deeply wounded city.
Prisoners at Sing Sing Correctional Facility in Ossining, N.Y., were amazed to receive gifts from the Holy Father.