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America Media EventsSeptember 08, 2021

Livestream Event: The Health of Nations: Pope Francis’ Call For Inclusion

September 24, 2021 | 9:30 a.m. E.T.

 

Speakers:

Sir Angus Deaton, FBA, Nobel Laureate & Professor of Economics at Princeton University

Most Rev. Frank Caggiano, Bishop of Bridgeport, CT

Moderator: Prof. Joseph Kaboski, University of Notre Dame

 

Professor Deaton and Bishop Caggiano will each deliver remarks and then engage in a conversation moderated by Professor Kaboski.

 

REGISTER: Livestream registration available by clicking here. 

 

This event is presented by CAPP-USA, the American branch of Centesimus Annus Pro Pontifice Fondazione and Fordham University’s Graduate Program in International Political Economy & Development. This event is sponsored by America Media, The Bernardin Center at Catholic Theological Union, the Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage at Loyola University Chicago, the Institute for Advanced Catholic Studies at USC, the Lumen Christi Institute, the Boisi Center for Religion and American Public Life at Boston College, the Center on Religion and Culture at Fordham University, the Curran Center for American Catholic Studies at Fordham University, the McGrath Institute for Church Life at the University of Notre Dame, Catholic University's School of Theology and Religious Studies, the Order of Malta - American Association, and the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University.

 

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