Restorative Justice Ministry staffs the bishops of the Archdiocese of Atlanta, and supports archdiocesan clergy, parishes, schools and other communities with engagement opportunities and resources to promote restorative justice and the use of restorative practices.

Through education and advocacy, we work to foster healing, reconciliation and community resilience, as well as address the systemic issues of criminal legal reform, death penalty abolition and racial justice. Restorative Justice Ministry also supports prison and jail ministry in the archdiocese through training, resourcing and logistical assistance.

The work of Restorative Justice Ministry is rooted in Gospel values and the Catholic Church’s social doctrine, which call us to live in right relationship with God, with each other and with all of creation.

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