The Society of St. John DeMatha exists to assist ex-offenders make a successful transition – spiritually, emotionally and financially – to a life outside of prison.
Founded in 2013, the Society of St. John de Matha is a 501(c)3 led by Deacon Al Bothe, who desired to provide a safe place for ex-offenders to reenter the community upon their release. Thanks to the generosity and prayers of many people dedicated to this vision, The Rosary House has opened its doors and was dedicated on Monday, April 27, 2015, by Daniel Cardinal DiNardo. Located in the Midtown area of Houston, at 3308 La Branch, the Rosary House is staffed by volunteers who assist with administrative functions, post-release classes (curriculum provided), and pre-release classes (curriculum provided).
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR MENTORING PROGRAM
We are in need of male volunteers to assist with a mentoring program working with offenders in prison and continuing after their release. Training will be provided. If you are interested please contact Anne Marie Daniel at firstname.lastname@example.org and 281-265-5774.
To donate to the Society of St. John de Matha or to volunteer at the Rosary House, please contact Deacon Al at email@example.com or 713-582-3870.
Please visit the Society of St. John DeMatha website below.