Redemption and Hope: A Conversation between Sister Helen Prejean and Renaldo Hudson

Dec 22, 2020

Redemption and Hope, an event surrounding faith and justice, will spark a conversation between you, Sister Helen Prejean CSJ, renowned author of Dead Man Walking, and Renaldo Hudson, a policy advocate, community leader, and former death row inmate.

The Well Spirituality Center and the Illinois Prison Project are delighted to present this virtual conversation about Redemption and Hope, moderated by Dana Divine of 95.1 F.M.  Our conversation will take place on Saturday, January 9th. 

The conversation begins at 9:30 am CST. Please sign on as early as 9:15 to join our Welcome Space, where you can learn more about the criminal legal system and the fight for incarcerated people. Our Welcoming Space will feature the uplifting music of Sister Kathy Sherman, CSJ, and will help set the tone for our inspiring event.

There are several types of tickets to make the event as accessible as possible. Although we depend on your support, we value your presence more.  If the cost of a ticket is prohibitive for any reason, please email illinoisprisonproject@gmail.com for access to the event.
 

We can't wait to see you there!

 

Congregation/Community: 
The Well Spirituality Center, member of the congregation of St. Joseph Mission Network and The Illinois Prison Project
Contact Information: 

Illinois Prison Project ((312) 324-4463) (illinoisprisonproject@gmail.com

Well Spirituality Center ((708) 482-5048) (thewell@csjoseph.org)