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February 8, 2019

Civil Dialogue in a Divided Nation, Lay Leadership in a Broken Church

John Carr, Emma Green, Kim Daniels, and Mark Shields.

This Dialogue, conducted at a Georgetown University Board of Regents meeting, featured panelists Mark Shields, weekly political analyst for PBS NewsHour and syndicated political columnist; Emma Green, staff writer on politics, policy, and religion at the Atlantic; Kim Daniels, associate director of the Initiative and member of the Vatican Secretariat for Communication; and John Carr, founder and director of the Initiative and chair of the board of Bread for the World. Frank Previti (C'69, R'79, Parent), member of the Board of Regents and leader in the Regents' Mission & Ministry committee, opened the Dialogue.


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Mark Shields is a weekly political analyst for PBS NewsHour and syndicated political columnist and a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and the United States Marine Corps.

Emma Green is a staff writer on politics, policy, and religion at the Atlantic and a 2012 graduate of Georgetown University where she studied government as a George F. Baker Scholar.

Kim Daniels is the associate director of the Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life and a member of the Vatican Secretariat for Communication.

John Carr is the founder and director of the Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life and the chair of the board of Bread for the World.

Frank Previti (C'69, R'79, Parent), member of the Board of Regents and leader in the Regents' Mission & Ministry committee, opened the Dialogue.