When: Wed., June 2, 5:30 p.m. 2010
What does it mean to be a Catholic and a participant in American political life today? Do Catholics who hold public office have something special—perhaps even unique—to offer to the discussion of contemporary issues of social policy? Or do the potential contributions that Catholics might bring to the public square violate the so-called "separation of church and state"? Ross Douthat (New York Times), Melinda Henneberger (Politics Daily), and Mark Stricherz (True/Slant) will address these and other questions in a lively panel discussion.
Price: Free Admission