Ministry to the Incarcerated in the Era of Pope Francis

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Ministry to the Incarcerated in the Era of Pope Francis

This webinar offers an overview of Catholic correctional ministries in the U.S. and the state of the prison systems in the U.S.  It also considers what it might look like for persons involved in correctional ministries to respond by Pope Francis’ directive to go out to the peripheries in order to encounter and accompany those forgotten in a thrown away culture.  Next, the Q&A session addresses various issues connected correctional ministry.

The presenters are Fr. George Williams, S.J. and Fr. Dustin Feddon.  Fr. Williams is Catholic Chaplain at San Quentin State Prison in California and holds a doctorate in criminology from Northeastern University.  An experienced prison chaplain, Fr. Feddon serves as an administer for St. Elizabeth Ann Seton and Sacred Heart of Jesus parishes as well as Executive Director of Joseph House in the Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee. 

CPMC is grateful that this webinar was produced by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and coordinated for us by the USCCB Office of Certification for Ecclesial Ministry and Service. To be taken to the USCCB Office of Certification for Ecclesial Ministry and Service, please click here.

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