For the month of the Holy Rosary/Respect for Life, we offer you prayers and information on how you can help those suffering during these trying times. For all those incarcerated and those affected by violent crimes, we can pray the rosary and these prayers to help those in need.
Leaders of two initiatives at the University of St. Thomas are co-sponsoring a keynote address followed by panel discussions on Oct. 13 that will explore racial injustice and ways to heal through restorative justice: naming the harm, discussing its ramifications, and finding hope.
The Center for Restorative Justice at the University of San Diego offers a 12-month graduate-level certificate in restorative justice. The certificate program is delivered online and also includes a week-long residency component. To learn more about the program the following link is provided: https://www.sandiego.edu/soles/leadership-studies/restorative-justice-facilitation-and-leadership-certificate/
Office of Restorative Justice Diocese of San Bernardino invites you to National Day of Remembrance of Murder Victims online September 25, 2021 at 10:00 am.
A Healing Retreat for Victims of Crime was offered by the Crime Survivors Ministry led by Maciel Godburn on June 26, 2021 at Saint Anthony Retreat Center in Three Rivers, California. The retreat included a Restorative Justice healing circle process where the participants were able to share in small groups of 4-6 people