Faith and Peace Day Keynote Speaker: Sister Helen Prejean

“Each one of us is worth more than the worst thing we have done in our lives.”

Sister HelenThe Nobel Peace Prize Forum is pleased to announce that Sister Helen Prejean will be attending and speaking at the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize Forum. Sister Helen Prejean is known internationally for her tireless work for human rights. She has been instrumental in sparking national dialogue on the death penalty and in shaping the Catholic Church’s newly vigorous opposition to all state executions. Her 1993 book Dead Man Walking: An Eyewitness Account of the Death Penalty in the United States brought into focus how human choices and consequences are interwoven in our system of capital punishment. The book inspired an award-winning film, a play, an opera, and a CD of music.

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