Category Archives: Kairos Programs

God’s timing: Changing the lives of young adult prisoners

God’s timing: Changing the lives of young adult prisoners

Article Published in The Florida Catholic Written by Glenda Meekins of the Florida Catholic – June 26, 2018 Second in a three part series. After years of working with adult men, answering the call of Matthew’s Gospel to visit the imprisoned, a federal prison chaplain in Miami requested that Kairos Prison Ministry International, Inc. create… Continue reading »

Community Building In Unexpected Places – An Inspirational Story of How Kairos Affected A Chaplain’s Views On Prison Ministry

After 35 years of chaplaincy in county jails and larger correctional facilities, I wish to state that a recent three day weekend was an exceptional highlight within the framework of all those years. I was blessed beyond all expectations. Since moving to Florida, I had longed to do some kind of jail/prison work again. A… Continue reading »

Giving Tuesday is Here! 5 Ways YOU Can Help Kairos Prison Ministry!

Team Kairos, We Need Your help! Today is the Day! At the bottom of this message are several ways that you can help us by “Sharing” and “Re-tweeting” our Kairos messages to your family and friends. Happy #GivingTuesday! This day is now being celebrated around the world to support your favorite Non-profit/charity as a kickoff… Continue reading »

To Accelerate Prison Reform, Put a Human Face on Mass Incarceration

By The Rev. William Barnwell, former Priest-in-Charge, Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church, New Orleans (reprinted with permission) thelensnola.org/ April 15, 2016 Gradually, it is becoming common knowledge that we incarcerate more people per capita in Louisiana than any other state, for that matter any other nation. One in 86 white men from New Orleans are incarcerated, while… Continue reading »