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Is the Death Penalty a Moral Solution?

News Story: October 4, 2007

The Center for Catholic Thought, Ethics and Culture

presents

October 22 - 8pm  Schine

Is the Death Penalty a Moral Solution?

Panel Discussion
with
MR. ROBERT NAVE
Executive Director, Connecticut Network to Abolish the Death Penalty

MR. DAVID REYNOLDS
Legislative Liaison, Connecticut Catholic Conference

MATTHEW SEMEL, J.D.
Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice, SHU

JUNE-ANN GREELEY, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Religious Studies, SHU

"Capital punishment feeds the cycle of violence in society by pandering to a lust for revenge. It brutalizes us,

and deadens our sensitivities to the precious nature of every single human life."
-- Rev. David B. Thompson, Bishop of Charleston, S.C., December 3, 1998

"The abolition of the death penalty is making us a civilized society.

It shows we actually do mean business when we say we have reverence for life." 
- Archbishop Desmond Tutu.