Catholic Social Thought Matters

Catholic Social Thought Matters

December 14, 2018

Public Dialogue: Faith and the Faithful in the Midterm Elections

by Therese Perby Señal (C'19)

On Monday, November 19, 2018, Georgetown University’s Initiative of Catholic Social Thought and Public Life co-sponsored an event with the university’s Institute of Politics and Public Service to discuss the most recent midterm elections. The panel, consisting of two journalists and two researchers from Pew, focused mainly on voting trends of Catholics and Christians.

November 9, 2018

Dahlgren Dialogue: A Path Forward on the Clerical Sexual Abuse Crisis

by Therese Perby Señal (C'19)

Members of the Georgetown community flocked to Dahlgren Chapel on Wednesday, October 24, 2018, for the latest installment of Dahlgren Dialogues. These dialogues are a series of events co-hosted by the Initiative for Catholic Social Thought and Public Life and the Office of Mission and Ministry with the aim of discussing relevant issues at the intersection of faith and public life. This iteration focused on the Catholic Church’s recent revelations of sexual abuse and finding a path forward to protect the vulnerable, hold leaders accountable, and begin to reform, renew, and heal the church.