KC program that houses female ex-convicts with nuns hopes to replace lost state funding KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Trading cellmates for nuns. Some women leaving Missouri prisons say a place called Journey House,
America's prisons: How life after prison is a caste system Fifty-eight-year-old Loren May is proud of his apartment and everything in it. When he was released from prison in 2014 after nine years, he
Journey House: Sisters walk with women post prison It’s said that a journey begins with a single step. For Sisters Rose McLarney, Martha Niemann, and Gabriel Smits, Journey House in Kansas City began with
Out of prison, on their own, Journey House women go back to nuns for Christmas Through flurries and freezing cold, Brandi Smith walks to the warm snuggle of a little girl’s hug.
Nuns, women from prison form a family at Journey House The morning is cold and dark when Sister Rose McLarney comes out of the old brick building on Beacon Hill and opens
Women hope cuts to MODOC program don’t derail their opportunities at a second chance KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- There are concerns that metro women might not get their second chance at a