If you have a Windows 7 PC but aren't sure you're ready to upgrade to Windows 8 yet, a dual-boot system might be a good way to ease into it. This will let you use both operating systems, side-by-side, until you're comfortable enough with Windows 8 to go all in. To configure your PC for dual-boot, all Read more
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Philanthropy is greatest when it comes from the heart. Aida Margaret D’Cunha is now the chairperson of the Federation of Konkan Catholic Association, the vice president of Abhay, an NGO working toward creating awareness on education, scholarships and minority beneficiaries, and is a national executive Read more
A study on violence in German prisons surprised researchers looking to get an idea of the amount of aggression in jails. One out of four prisoners in German jails experienced an act of violence in the month before the study was conducted. The number jumped to half of the people held in facilities for Read more
NORCO, Calif. -- Robert Ross' mother died while he was in prison for robbing a bank and he hasn't seen his 12-year-old son since the boy was in diapers.
For all that he has lost, however, Ross says he found something far greater behind bars thanks to a college-level seminary course that Read more
Silent Ministries, due to numerous requests, is offering an opportunity to organize chapters in your community or state. Silent Ministries is a faith-based organization that ministers to body, soul, spirit, and the basic and sometimes complicated issues that families and individuals face.
Nationally, Read more
Leavenworth. You’ve heard of it before. The U.S. Penitentiary in Kansas known for holding the most notorious federal prisoners — like James Earl Ray. It’s often referenced in action movies; sometimes it appears in a scene. Fr. Greg Steckel, the new minister at St. Bernadette’s Catholic Church, Read more
SAN ANGELO, Texas — With bills piling up, an ailing elderly relative and her own son to care for, April Terry was feeling the full brunt of her husband’s imprisonment.
Kairos, the Greek word meaning “in God’s special time,” couldn’t have been a more fitting name for the prison ministry Read more
I was strongly associated with the Kairos Prison Ministry for 12 years in Southern California.
As a woman, I could go into the women's prisons with my teammates and provide a two-day nondenominational "Inside Retreat" of caring, sharing, teaching, and prayer.
The men's team in Kairos would go into Read more
The Norwich Diocesan Office for Prison Ministry is offering a training program, called "Gift of Grace," It will me a must-to-attend for adults interested in serving the spiritual needs of prisoners in correctional institutions of Eastern Connecticut.
The training will prepare volunteers for scripture Read more