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Sick Justice

Author : Ivan G. Goldman
ISBN : 9781612344874
Genre : Law
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In America, 2.3 million people-a population about the size of Houston's, the country's fourth-largest city-live behind bars. Sick Justice explores the economic, social, and political forces that hijacked the criminal justice system to create this bizarre situation. Presenting frightening true stories of (sometimes wrongfully) incarcerated individuals, Ivan G. Goldman exposes the inept bureaucracies of America's prisons and shows the real reasons that disproportionate numbers of minorities, the poor, and the mentally ill end up there. Goldman dissects the widespread phenomenon of jailing for profit, the outsized power of prison guards' unions, California's exceptionally rigid three-strikes law, the ineffective and never-ending war on drugs, the closing of mental health institutions across the country, and other blunders and avaricious practices that have brought us to this point. Sick Justice tells a big, gripping story that's long overdue. By illuminating the system's brutality and greed and the prisoners' gratuitous suffering, the book aims to be a catalyst for reform, complementing the work of the Innocence Project and mirroring the effects of Michael Harrington's The Other America: Poverty in the United States (1962), which became the driving force behind the war on poverty.

Wishfortheworld Justice And Wishfortheworld

Author : G. O. MUSTAPHA
ISBN : 9781105538650
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Justice To The Maimed Soldier

Author : Eric Gruber von Arni
ISBN : 9781351924436
Genre : History
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In the popular imagination, the notion of military medicine prior to the twentieth century is dominated by images of brutal ignorance, superstition and indifference. In an age before the introduction of anaesthetics, antibiotics and the sterilisation of instruments, it is perhaps unsurprising that such a stereotyped view has developed, but to what degree is it correct? Whilst it is undoubtedly true that by modern standards, the medical care provided in previous centuries was crude and parochial, it would be wrong to think that serious attempts were not made by national bodies to provide care for those injured in the military conflicts of the past. In this ground breaking study, it is argued that both sides involved in the civil wars that ravaged the British Isles during the mid seventeenth century made concerted efforts to provide medical care for their sick and wounded troops. Through the use of extensive archival sources, Dr Gruber von Arni has pieced together the history of the welfare provided by both Parliamentarian and Royalist causes, and analyses the effectiveness of the systems they set up.

The Liturgy That Does Justice

Author : James L. Empereur
ISBN : 9781597528023
Genre : Religion
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Training Guide For Visiting The Sick

Author : Richard L Dayringer
ISBN : 9781135429102
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Understand the basic practical aspects of pastoral care—and make your visit to the sick meaningful for both of you! Training Guide for Visiting the Sick: More Than a Social Call is a useful handbook from a Christian perspective that provides the common sense and not-so-common answers to your questions on how best to minister to the sick. Drawing on his three decades of experience as a bedside hospital chaplain, the author explains appropriate and inappropriate behaviors and suggests things to say (or not to say) to truly make your next visit fruitful for you and the patient. More than simply an educational tool, this guidebook provides clergy and Christian laypeople with spiritual explanations and straightforward strategies to not only comfort the patient but also foster the sense of joy and accomplishment in oneself. Training Guide for Visiting the Sick: More Than a Social Call teaches you to glean a positive experience from a difficult task, the visit to the sick. The author shares his insights learned in his lengthy and distinguished career in this instructional guidebook. Honest and compassionate in its portrayal of the sick and dying, the book prepares the reader spiritually, emotionally, and even physically for the challenge of the visit while focusing on the distress and the needs of the patient. At times stating practical common sense, other times shining an insightful light on the less physical aspects of the visit, this educational handbook is invaluable for all who minister, or wish to minister, to the sick. Training Guide for Visiting the Sick: More Than a Social Call discusses: Jesus’ Eleventh Commandment—To Love One Another how to prepare yourself spiritually and emotionally for the visit the hospital patient’s world explanations of patients’ possible emotional, financial, family, and spiritual distress do’s and don’ts to note before and during a visit to the patient’s room the special needs of shut-ins ministering to the dying ministering to difficult patients ministering to Alzheimer’s or comatose patients Training Guide for Visiting the Sick: More Than a Social Call is a practical educational guide for pastors, supervisors in clinical pastoral education programs, CPE students, college and seminary students in courses in ministry to the sick, police and fire department chaplains, and family and friends of hospitalized, nursing home, and assisted living patients/residents.

Eucharistic Ministry To The Sick

Author : Marie Zoglman
ISBN : 1556129521
Genre : Religion
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In Eucharistic Ministry to the Sick, Marie Zoglman provides a practical guide for training Eucharistic ministers to the sic k, offering a liturgical catechetical process to prepare these ministers for pastoral care of the sick. An appendix also includes a special listing of resources for those who visit persons with HIV or AIDS.

Sacraments And Justice

Author : Doris K Donnelly
ISBN : 9780814680971
Genre : Religion
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Sacraments speak a language and disclose their power through symbols. Beyond ‘representing’ another reality, sacramental symbols are intimately connected with the reality they express and sources of joy, solace, confrontation, peace, healing, strength, and life-giving sustenance to the initiated.In its Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy, the Council the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965) urged that sacramental symbols be more transparent to their sacred reality to disclose the reality of the Christ event —the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ—so that mystery, and not confusion, could flourish.The seven sacraments – Baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist, Penance, Marriage, Orders and the Anointing of the Sick - reveal a link to social justice. The contributors to this book are theologians with pastoral sensitivities—including marrieds, parents, pastors and priests. This present work the social implications of worship, the history of each sacrament, and but also an integrated understanding of the transformation that is inextricably linked to each sacrament, as well as the active presence of Christ who lives in expectation of our response to participate in the urgent response to unjust policies and systems that affect the most vulnerable in our global family.

Justice Of The Peace And Local Government Law

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ISBN : UOM:35112100154501
Genre : Justices of the peace
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Justice Of The Peace And Local Government Review

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ISBN : UCAL:C3009049
Genre : Justices of the peace
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Healing Thoughts For A Sick Planet

Author : Rick Segoine
ISBN : 9781597811279
Genre : Religion
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A book of contemporary proverbs comparing the biblical worldview with many other worldviews. A must read for anyone interested in the controversial issues that divide the inhabitants of Planet Earth.

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