Sister Helen Prejean on Pope Francis’ revision of the death penalty teaching | DEVELOPING STORY

Sister Helen Prejean, an anti-death penalty activist and author of the book Dead Man Walking, joins America senior editor and chief correspondent Kevin Clarke to discuss Pope Francis' revision of the death penalty teaching.

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Read a full report from America’s Vatican correspondent Gerard O’Connell here.

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Beth Cioffoletti
11 months 3 weeks ago

Oh happy Day. Thank you Sr. Helen. Thank you Pope Francis. No exceptions. No loopholes.

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