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Join Catholic Mobilizing Network for the Justice ​Reimagined Awards & Celebration on World Day ​Against the Death Penalty 2022.

Monday, October 10, 2022 | 6:30-9:00 p.m.

Vatican Embassy | Washington, DC

Valet parking | Business attire | Heavy hors d'oeuvres

COVID-19 precautions can be found below.*

Sponsorship Opportunities

$10,000+ - VISIONARY

Includes 10 tickets, full-page ad in program**, recognition in program*** ​and event news release

$5,000 - PARTNER

Includes 5 tickets, half-page ad in program**, recognition in program*** ​and event news release


Includes 3 tickets, quarter-page ad in program**, and recognition in ​program***

$1,000 - ADVOCATE

Includes 2 tickets and recognition in program***

**All program ads must be received by Sept. 23 to be published in the ​printed program.

***Deadline to be listed in the printed program is Sept. 28

Individual Tickets

Individual Ticket: $175

Young Leaders Ticket (ages 30 and under): $75

Program Ads

Find out how you can purchase ad space in the Justice Reimagined event program.

Event Honorees

Cardinal Wilton Gregory

Archbishop of Washington, DC

Vicki and Syl Schieber

Visionary anti-death penalty advocates and parents to Shannon, who was murdered in 1998

Host Committee

Sr. Rita Ann Teichman, CSJ

Justice Reimagined Host Committee Chair and CMN ​Development Committee Chair

John Carr

Founder and co-director of the Initiative on Catholic Social ​Thought and Public Life at Georgetown University

Carol and William Cooke

Justice Reimagined Planning Committee Members

Fr. John Enzler

President & CEO of Catholic Charities DC

Most Rev. Joseph Fiorenza

Archbishop Emeritus of Galveston-Houston

Most Rev. Daniel Flores

Bishop of Brownsville and CMN Episcopal Advisor

Margaret B. Melady

Former President of the Order of Malta Federal Association

Sr. Helen Prejean, CSJ

Anti-death penalty leader and author of Dead Man Walking

Gloria Purvis

Catholic media personality and host of The Gloria Purvis ​Podcast

Kerry Robinson

Partner at Leadership Roundtable

Vicki and Syl Schieber

Noted anti-death penalty advocates and murder victim ​family members

Michael and Julin Williams

Kirkland & Ellis LLP

Event Sponsors



Fr. John Enzler: Catholic Charities DC

Vicki and Syl Schieber

Sisters of Saint Joseph of Philadelphia


Mary Catherine Bunting

Congregation of St. Joseph

President John J. DeGioia and Georgetown University

Doug Sandvig

School Sisters of Notre Dame Atlantic-Midwest Province

Sisters of Bon Secours USA

Sisters of the Precious Blood

Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange


Archdiocese of Washington

Catholic Campaign for Human Development

Karen and Guy Clifton

Carol and Will Cooke

Missionary Servants of the Most Holy Trinity


Archdiocese of Atlanta

John and Linda Carr

Catholic Charities USA

Thomas and Anne Depman

Dick Dieter and Maggie Louden

The Franciscan Friars of Holy Name Province

Dr. Robert P. Holman

Holy Trinity Catholic Church

Jesuit Conference Office of Justice and Ecology

Jesuits USA Central and Southern Province

Journey of Hope... From Violence to Healing

Leadership Conference of Women Religious

Jim Lund and Vivian Zeik Lund

Patricia Martin, in loving memory of James Martin

Patrick and Vicki Malone

Margaret B. Melady

Jay Murphy and Krisanne Vaillancourt Murphy

Diane Oakley, DM

Paul O'Shea

Barbara Patocka


Suzanne and Stephen Schneck

USA East Province of the Society of Jesus

Tobias and Catherine Wolff

About CMN

Catholic Mobilizing Network (CMN) is the national Catholic organization working to end the death penalty and promote restorative justice.

Through education, advocacy, and prayer, CMN mobilizes Catholics and people of good will to build a culture of life and uphold the God-given dignity in every person — regardless of the harm they have suffered or caused.

*COVID-19 Precautions:Out of respect for fellow guests, please be mindful if you are experience any potential symptoms ​(cough, sneezing, headache, sore throat, fever, etc.), or if you have been in contact with someone exhibiting these symptoms or ​having tested positive for COVID-19. CMN will adhere to local CDC guidelines at the time of the event. Guests may choose to ​mask at any time. If a guest cannot attend because of COVID symptoms, CMN is happy to refund the ticket or to reassign the ​ticket sale amount to be a donation to the organization and therefore fully tax-deductible.