- May 28, 2020
Catholic advocates against the death penalty spoke out against Missouri’s May 19 execution of a death-row inmate, Walter Barton, whose death by lethal injection was the first execution to happen during the pandemic.
Sister Helen Prejean wants to make sure the prison population isn’t overlooking during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nathaniel Woods, a 43-year-old inmate in Alabama was executed by lethal injection March 5 after the U.S. Supreme Court, which initially granted a temporary stay, denied the inmate’s petition to put his execution on hold.
Catholic Mobilizing Network Against the Death Penalty celebrates its ten year anniversary this week.