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The Darrington Unit is a maximum-security prison just thirty minutes
south of Houston. The Darrington Prison resembles most other
maximum-security prisons around the country, except for the fact that it
now offers a four-year seminary behind the prison walls. On August 29,
2011, thirty-nine prisoners were formally installed as the first class
of seminarians studying to become ministers under a new program that
operates within the prison.
The nondenominational program is modeled after a similar program at
the Louisiana State Penitentiary, more commonly referred to as Angola.
Initiated by warden Burl Cain, the Angola Bible College has received
considerable attention from both secular and sacred media outlets since
its inception in 1995. The Darrington Project, made possible through
private funding from the Heart of Texas Foundation, is an extension of
the Fort Worth–based Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Brad
Livingston, executive director of the Texas Department of Criminal
Justice, hopes that the program will succeed and that new classes will
follow each year.