Loretta Holstein and Sr. Helen Prejean with the Robert M. Holstein Award plaque

Sr. Helen Prejean Receives ISN’s National Leadership Award

The Ignatian Solidarity Network honored Sr. Helen Prejean, C.S.J., with the “Robert M. Holstein: Faith that Does Justice Award” on Tuesday, May 7, 2013, at an award reception in New Orleans, Louisiana. Sr. Prejean is an internationally-recognized advocate against the death penalty whose passion is rooted in experiences of ministering to death row inmates. She has spoken around the globe and authored two books including Dead Man Walking: An Eyewitness Account of the Death Penalty, which held a spot on the New York Times Bestseller List for thirty-one weeks in 1994.
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Interview with Greg Callaghan – National Coordinator of the Dead Man Walking School Theater Project

Greg Callaghan is the director of the Dead Man Walking School Theater Project based in San Francisco, California. Greg is a graduate of Santa Clara University and Saint Ignatius Preparatory (San Francisco). The interview gives an overview of Greg's work with the project and how a school can become involved.

Saint Ignatius High School Welcomes 500+ for Invisible Neighbors Teach-In

Saint Ignatius High School, a Jesuit Catholic high school located in the heart of Cleveland's Ohio City neighborhood will welcome over 500 Catholic high school students and staff from across the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland for the "Invisible Neighbors Teach-In" on Friday, March 8, 2013. The Teach-In is a program developed by the Catholic Schools for Peace & Justice. Most Rev. Richard Lennon, Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland, will celebrate a Eucharistic liturgy for the group and international speaker, author, and anti-death penalty advocate Sr. Helen Prejean, C.S.J., will speak to the group during the program.