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Charles W. Colson, former special counsel to President Richard Nixon, began Prison Fellowship after serving a federal prison sentence for obstructing justice in the Pentagon Papers case. It is now the largest prison outreach program in the world, operating a network of ministries in more than 120 nations. The organization has made substantial gains in breaking the cycle of crime and recidivism.
"Religious liberty is the essence of human dignity."
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