Concord Monitor: Three views of incarceration, one filmmaker

A day or two before Christmas last year, I was approached to do a video about Bishop Gene Robinsonís ministry at the State Prison for Women. Since becoming New Hampshireís Episcopal bishop in 2003, Bishop Robinson has spent time every Christmas Eve in prayer with the inmates there. It is not an easy place to be during the holiday season. And as he looked to retirement, he wanted to ensure his ministry there would continue.


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