Let your guilty conscience be your guide

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Catholics have picked the winner of the popular vote for nine presidential elections in a row. Will they do it again in 2008?

Economic gap requires response by Christians, says Vatican official

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Pope calls for 'effective political response' to immigration crisis

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Solar panels on Vatican hall first of several projects, says engineer

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Percentage changes small, but numbers up for poverty in United States

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Convention panel stakes out interests on immigration

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Canadian group hopes to fight treatment of refugees at Supreme Court

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Can we break free of a failed criminal-justice system?

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The U.S. is locked into a correctional system that encourages people to commit more crimes, according to criminologist Jerome Miller. It may be an immediate response to a dangerous situation and it may get some violent people off the street, but at the same time the criminal-justice system makes a lot of people much more dangerous.


Can we break free of a failed criminal-justice system?

By jerome miller| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article Social Justice

The U.S. is locked into a correctional system that encourages people to commit more crimes, according to criminologist Jerome Miller. It may be an immediate response to a dangerous situation and it may get some violent people off the street, but at the same time the criminal-justice system makes a lot of people much more dangerous.


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