Catholic Restorative Justice Network
The official source for Formation and Leadership in restorative justice ministry in California
Bishop O'Connell presides at Mass for Catholic Restorative Justice Network
Wall of Remembrance
We pray for the souls of all our beloved dead, especially those who have lost their lives as a result of violence.
Survivors & Crime Victims
Offenders & Their Families

NEWS & EVENTS

Get the latest news and events from Restore Justice and California Catholic Conference. Topics cover current and proposed legislation, opinion and perspective, as well as events and other announcements.

 

 

NEWS & EVENTS

Get the latest news and events from Restore Justice and California Catholic Conference. Topics cover current and proposed legislation, opinion and perspective, as well as events and other announcements.

 

 

National Crime Victims' Rights Week April 18-24, 2021
April 18-24, 2021 is National Crime Victims' Rights Week 2021
Read Pastoral Support for Grieving a Violent Death A guide for clergy, lay ministers, and community helpers. The guide is available in Spanish (coming soon) and English. There are also Prayers for the Faithful in English and Spanish. And for more information about events in your area contact your local Diocesan Restorative Justice Director at http://www.restorejustice.com/ or visit the CCC website at http://www.cacatholic.org/.
May 13
online
Webinar Series 1: Intercultural and Interreligious Competencies Panel

Father Frank Tinajero, SVD, and Imam Abu Ishaq Abdul Hafiz will discuss the skills necessary in Pope Francis' call to become missionary disciples who reach out to all people through "true openness and dialogue" irrespective of their religion or cultural background. This program was made possible by national grant funding generously provided by the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD).

May 20
online
Evening of Reflection and Celebration

This evening of reflection, led by Professor Joe Morris, will look back on the experience of the webinar series and what is my compassionate response to the needs of those harmed, those causing harm, and the community to help them heal. This program was made possible by national grant funding generously provided by the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD).

What is restorative justice? 

Prison Chaplins offer their personal stories

Volunteer work in restorative justice.

A call to healing

Contemplative Prayer

Restorative Justice Pledge. Join us, take the pledge!

Wisdom Voices.