-From a prisoner receiving The Word Among Us
I was raised Catholic, but due to the break-up of my family, I was never confirmed. As an adult, I strayed from the church and found myself in prison. Continue »
From Canadian Prison Chaplains & Service Men and Women
Canadian Prison Chaplains Thank You! Currently, fifty-four chaplains in Canada receive The Word Among Us magazine every month for their prisoners. Continue »
God made a covenant with me that is sustaining me in prison.
Once as a young altar boy, I caught a glimpse of heaven. It was late fall, and I had drawn the assignment of serving the 6 a.m. Mass before school. Continue »
If you are suffering from a past abortion—either your own, or that of someone close to you—know that you are not alone.
Some of you who are reading this have lost a family member to abortion. You may have friends who have participated in an abortion. Or perhaps you have had an abortion yourself. Continue »
He did his time, but he still wasn't free.
It was September 25, 2005, and my husband and I were returning home after having evacuated ahead of Hurricane Rita. The storm had not made a direct hit on Houston, and we felt weary but grateful to be back safe. Continue »