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Redemption and restoration : a Catholic perspective on restorative justice / edited by Trudy D. Conway, David Matzko McCarthy, and Vicki Schieber.

Contributor(s): Conway, Trudy D [editor.] | McCarthy, David Matzko [editor.] | Schieber, Vicki [editor.].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Collegeville, Minnesota : Liturgical Press, [2017]Description: xix, 286 pages ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780814645611; 0814645615.Subject(s): Catholic Church -- Doctrines | Christianity and justice | Restorative justice -- Religious aspectsAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Redemption and restoration.DDC classification: 241/.622
Contents:
Part I : Our criminal justice system -- 1. Justice : The fabric of human life / David Cloutier -- 2. Restorative justice : Reorienting justice / Trudy D. Conway -- 3. Criminal justice : Restoring our justice system / Timothy W. Wolfe -- 4. The criminal justice economy : Economic concerns and our system of criminal justice / Alejandro Cañadas -- Part II: Responsibility, restoration, and reform -- 5. Scripture-Old Testament : Restorative justice in the Hebrew Biblical tradition / Richard Buck -- 6. Scripture-New Testament : Jesus, the Kingdom of God, and restorative justice / Mary Katherine Birge, SSJ -- 7. Catholic social thought : Responsibility, rehabilitation, and restoration : The US Bishops' statement on criminal justice (2000) / William J. Collinge -- 8. The judicial system : The transformative power of restorative justice / Janine Geske -- 9. Harm and healing : Forgiveness / Trudy D. Conway -- 10. Reconciliation : Forgiveness and reconciliation in the church / Rev. James M. Donohue, CR -- Part III. Becoming agents of restoration -- 11. The prison system : Transformative incarceration / Kirk Blackard -- 12. Restorative justice programs : Models of restorative justice / Kelsey Kierce and Teressa Schuetz -- 13. Faith communities : The role of parishes in a restorative justice movement / Lydia Cocom and Karen Clifton -- 14. Conclusion : A journey of hope for restorative justice / Trudy D. Conway.
Summary: The Catholic Church teaches that punishment must have a constructive and redemptive purpose and that it be coupled with treatment and, when possible, restitution. Rehabilitation and restoration must include the spiritual dimension of healing and hope. Since the publication of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops' 2000 pastoral statement on restorative justice, the conversation surrounding the need for criminal justice reform and restorative justice has moved forward. Redemption and Restoration responds from a Catholic perspective to help form an educational campaign to equip Catholics and their leaders to participate in the national conversation on this issue, create the programs needed to assist in healing the harm caused by crime, and restore our communities. The book develops the traditional Catholic understanding of justice, offers a theological understanding of restorative justice, explains how it can be implemented, and reflects on the practical arguments for restorative justice. Grounded in the stories of real people, Redemption and Restoration helps readers gain a deeper understanding of how this affects us all as a country and a church. It includes discussion questions to engage groups in exploring issues related to restorative justice. -- Provided by publisher.
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Part I : Our criminal justice system -- 1. Justice : The fabric of human life / David Cloutier -- 2. Restorative justice : Reorienting justice / Trudy D. Conway -- 3. Criminal justice : Restoring our justice system / Timothy W. Wolfe -- 4. The criminal justice economy : Economic concerns and our system of criminal justice / Alejandro Cañadas -- Part II: Responsibility, restoration, and reform -- 5. Scripture-Old Testament : Restorative justice in the Hebrew Biblical tradition / Richard Buck -- 6. Scripture-New Testament : Jesus, the Kingdom of God, and restorative justice / Mary Katherine Birge, SSJ -- 7. Catholic social thought : Responsibility, rehabilitation, and restoration : The US Bishops' statement on criminal justice (2000) / William J. Collinge -- 8. The judicial system : The transformative power of restorative justice / Janine Geske -- 9. Harm and healing : Forgiveness / Trudy D. Conway -- 10. Reconciliation : Forgiveness and reconciliation in the church / Rev. James M. Donohue, CR -- Part III. Becoming agents of restoration -- 11. The prison system : Transformative incarceration / Kirk Blackard -- 12. Restorative justice programs : Models of restorative justice / Kelsey Kierce and Teressa Schuetz -- 13. Faith communities : The role of parishes in a restorative justice movement / Lydia Cocom and Karen Clifton -- 14. Conclusion : A journey of hope for restorative justice / Trudy D. Conway.

The Catholic Church teaches that punishment must have a constructive and redemptive purpose and that it be coupled with treatment and, when possible, restitution. Rehabilitation and restoration must include the spiritual dimension of healing and hope. Since the publication of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops' 2000 pastoral statement on restorative justice, the conversation surrounding the need for criminal justice reform and restorative justice has moved forward. Redemption and Restoration responds from a Catholic perspective to help form an educational campaign to equip Catholics and their leaders to participate in the national conversation on this issue, create the programs needed to assist in healing the harm caused by crime, and restore our communities. The book develops the traditional Catholic understanding of justice, offers a theological understanding of restorative justice, explains how it can be implemented, and reflects on the practical arguments for restorative justice. Grounded in the stories of real people, Redemption and Restoration helps readers gain a deeper understanding of how this affects us all as a country and a church. It includes discussion questions to engage groups in exploring issues related to restorative justice. -- Provided by publisher.

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