World Day of the Poor 2020

Join America Media and the Order of Malta’s Mission to the United Nations for an event commemorating the fourth World Day of the Poor on Thursday, November 12, 2020 at 12 on EST.

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Speakers include:
Ambassador Dr. Paul Beresford-Hill, CBE, KM, Ambassador of the Order of Malta to the United Nations
Most Rev. Gabriele Caccia, Apostolic Nuncio and Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the United Nations
H.E. Audra Plepytė, Ambassador of the Republic of Lithuania to the United Nations

Panelists Include:
Nicholas D. Kristof, The New York Times
Sr. Donna Markham, O.P., Catholic Charities USA
H.E. Maria-Francesca Spatolisano, The United Nations

This conversation is moderated by Matthew F. Malone, S.J., president & editor in chief of America Media. Special remarks to be delivered by H.E. Dominique Prince de La Rochefoucauld–Montbel, Grand Hospitaller of the Sovereign Order of Malta.
 

Additional Materials for the 2020 World Day of the Poor:

The 2020 address of Pope Francis for the World Day of the Poor may be found here.

This program is produced by America Media and the Order of Malta’s Mission to the United Nations, and is co-sponsored by: the Permanent Observer Mission of the Holy See to the United Nations, the Mission of the Republic of Lithuania to the United Nations,Catholic Charities USAFordham University’s Graduate Program in International Political Economy & Development, and Centesimus Annus Pro Pontífice USA (CAPP-USA).

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