Moving into a whole new mode of dialogue

Restorative Justice programs have been successful in the U.S. Catholic Church in opening dialogue that heals. Recently, Crux spoke with “Father Daniel Griffith, a priest of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, who … serves as the Wenger Family Faculty Fellow of Law at the St. Thomas School of Law, and was recently appointed Archdiocesan Liaison for Restorative Justice and Healing….” From parishes to bishops speaking with survivors of clergy abuse, the restorative justice paradigm is offering way forward.

Spirit Fire, publisher of The Healing Voices, is dedicated to promoting healing and reconciliation in the Church through restorative justice principles.

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