Interfaith in Prison

(By Molly Moore — The Washington Post)

Today I talked by phone for a bit with a chaplain in an Alaska prison. One of the inmates had contacted Cherry Hill Seminary about our new Pagan Life Academy print lessons for incarcerated Pagans, and I called the chaplain with a question. Our conversation surprised me.Like many correctional systems around the country, Alaska was prompted by a lawsuit to institute improvements in their religious accommodation of diverse faiths among inmates. In the past, a contracted evangelical Christian … [Read more...]