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Capital Punishment: The Death of Morality19 Oct

Kentucky’s bishops make their arguments for abolishing the use of capital punishment. Much of the opposition is based in Catholic theology, but also incorporates pragmatic social policy reasoning against capital punishment. Targeted for a teenage population, the video makes an excellent introduction to adults interested in the issue. Small group study guide available.

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