Pros And Cons Of The Vatican Prison

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"I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do." Edward Everett Hale. ~ 9

"In 1593 the Protestants of Amsterdam built a house of correction for women, and one for men in 1603. In Rome, what are now the Sisters of the Good Shepherd, built correctional facilities for women, and in 1703 Pope Clement XI built the famous Michel Prison as a house of correction for younger offenders with separation, silence, work, and prayer emphasized." ~10

As years went by, the Vatican Prison remained as one of Italy 's finest
And superior prisons in the east.

When living in Rome Italy, the Vatican Prison is till held in the highest regard by the population, including the prisoners it self. At least once a year the Pope visits the prisoner in this prison.

"Early settlers of North America brought with them the customs and common laws of England, including the pillory, the stocks and the whipping post. During the 18th century isolating offenders from fellow prisoners became the accepted correctional practice. It was thought that long-term isolation, combined with in-depth discussions with clergy, would lead inmates to repent or become “penitent”—sorry for their sins." ~11

When discussing with a friend about how the Quakers were involved with part of prison reform, she shared how the term penitentiary and many of the primary changes.

"They developed the idea of substituting imprisonment for

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