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On this day 281 years ago, British colonial authorities in New York commenced what includes perhaps the first Black Catholic martyrdoms in the future United States.
Interview: Douglas M. Stringer on the need for Democrats—and Black Catholics—in the pro-life movement
Douglas M. Stringer sits down with BCM to discuss his faith journey, his career in politics and law, and his new role with Democrats for Life of America.
A Catholic mother of 14 in Texas has been spared execution for the time being, garnering a sigh of relief from supporters nationwide.
The Diocese of Charleston has again spoken out in support of clemency for South Carolina's Richard Moore, who was granted a stay of execution on Wednesday.
A new poetry competition will award $1000 to a young adult Catholic expressing their opposition to the death penalty in verse. Deadline May 31st.
As the death penalty continues to wreak havoc at the state level, two prominent abolition advocates in the Church will host a dialogue on Tuesday.
The Catholic Mobilizing Network [https://catholicsmobilizing.org/], a restorative justice ministry based in Washington DC, will host a free webinar on the federal death penalty on Thursday, January 26th at 2pm ET with advocates and experts in the field. Entitled “Ending the Federal Death Penalty: The Road Ahead [https://catholicsmobilizing.