This Jesuit-run prison ministry gives inmates a first chance they never received.

This Jesuit-run prison ministry gives inmates a first chance they never received.

Thrive for Life Prison Project is Jesuit-run prison ministry that leads inmates through the Spiritual Exercises in the New York metropolitan area. 

Thrive for Life doesn’t believe in giving inmates a second chance. They believe in giving inmates the first chance they never received.

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