Federal government executes first woman in nearly 70 years
Sister Helen Prejean, a Sister of St. Joseph of Medaille, is seen in Anaheim, Calif., in this 2016 file photo. She and other opponents of the death penalty spoke out against the May 19, 2020, execution of Walter Barton in Missouri, citing evidence of his innocence. (CNS photo/J.D. Long-Garcia, The Tidings) See DEATH-PENALTY-MISSOURI May 20, 2020.

Federal government executes first woman in nearly 70 years

“It is long past time to abolish the death penalty from our state and federal laws,” USCCB chairmen said in a statement.

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Bishop Spalding tells Men of the Cross retreat that love of Jesus can transform the world
The Tennessee Council of the Knights of Columbus sponsored the Men of the Cross online retreat on Saturday, Jan. 9. A video of the retreat will be posted online in the future. Bishop J. Mark Spalding of Nashville was one of the speakers.

Bishop Spalding tells Men of the Cross retreat that love of Jesus can transform the world

Knights of Columbus online retreat could be a template for Knights in other states to follow

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