The connection here, through the prism offered by Jacques Maritain in his book, Man and the State; is that when shown, by transformed criminals who are deep knowledge leaders, (described in our program model summary) the truth of living within what is natural to us— through a moral embrace and transcendence of the truths of the world—criminals will respond to that truth as it is more powerful than the truth they are living by.
And, they will discover—again if guided by a transformed criminal—that the “fullness of being” they have been seeking through the criminal world and its various and temporary sensual inducements, is available on a permanent basis through sacramental life.
An excerpt from Man and the State:
“When I said a moment ago that the natural law of all beings existing in nature is the proper way in which, by reason of their specific nature and specific ends, they should achieve fullness of being in their behavior, this very word should had only a metaphysical meaning (as we say that a good or a normal eye “should” be able to read letters on a blackboard from a given distance.) The same word should starts to have a moral meaning, that is, to imply moral obligation, when we pass the threshold of the world of free agents. Natural law for man is moral law, because man obeys or disobeys it freely, not necessarily, and because human behavior pertains to a particular, privileged order which is irreducible to the general order of the cosmos and tends to a final end superior to the immanent common good of the cosmos.” (p. 87)