Kristen Whitney Daniels

Kristen Whitney Daniels is a freelance reporter and former Bertelsen intern for NCR. After graduating from Quinnipiac University, she moved to Los Angeles for the St. Joseph Worker and AmeriCorps program. Following her service year, Kristen worked as a case manager for homeless seniors. She has been featured on NPR's "All Things Considered" and Beyond Type 1, a community devoted to type one diabetics.

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Death penalty opponents welcome Pope Francis' catechism revision

Pennsylvania state commission scrutinizes flaws in death penalty

US Supreme Court denies hearing Arizona death penalty case

'Created Equal' film uses women's ordination to address broader societal, legal issues

On Arkansas death row or at parishes, Msgr. Harris serves by 'being there'

Social media campaigns help lead to execution stay in Missouri

Court vacates injunction against executions in Ohio

Women-Church bypasses Paprocki, appeals directly to Springfield Catholics

Lay groups lament Paprocki's decree denying same-sex spouses Eucharist

Detroit wraps up synod with plan to 'Unleash the Gospel'

Gary Diocese's first synod hopes to 'move the mission of the church'

Update on Arkansas executions: April 28

Update on Arkansas executions: April 27

Ohio court votes to vacate ruling on state's lethal injection protocol

Update on Arkansas executions: April 25

Update on Arkansas executions: April 24

Update on Arkansas Executions: April 21

Update on Arkansas executions: April 20

Update on Arkansas executions: April 19

Appeals court upholds ruling against use of midazolam in Ohio executions