Chris Korzen on the Common Good

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July 21-28 Podcast

Chris Korzen talks about what the Catholic notion of the common good can offer to U.S. society. Listen to this episode
In advance of the Convention for the Common Good in Philadelphia July 11-13, Chris Korzen sat down with Tim Reidy to discuss the gathering and what the Catholic notion of the common good can offer to U.S. society. Chris also talks about the 2004 election, the Catholic Voting Project, and his new book, A Nation for All. Listen to this episode
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