Prison Ministry India – Aida Margaret D’Cunh

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

Man in black in Kansas U.S. Penitentiary

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

Kairos touches lives in Texas

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