Webinar Series on Catholic Voters and the 2020 Election

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Co-Sponsors:
The Greenberg Center for the Study of Religion in Public Life, Trinity College
The Boisi Center for Religion and American Public Life, Boston College
The New Hampshire Institute of Politics, St. Anselm College

Tuesday, September 15 at 4 pm  Session I  
The Church and Catholic Voters in the 2020 Election

Convener: Mark Massa, S.J., Director, The Boisi Center
Cathy Kaveny, Professor of Law and Theology, Boston College
Cardinal Joseph Tobin, Archbishop of Newark
Michael Sean Winters, Columnist, National Catholic Reporter

Tuesday, September 22 at 4 pm Session II
The Republican Party and Catholic Voters in the 2020 Election

Convener: Neil Levesque, Executive Director, The New Hampshire Institute of Politics
Mark Rozell, Dean of the Schar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University
Heidi Schlumpf, Executive Editor, National Catholic Reporter
John Sununu Sr., former Governor of New Hampshire

Tuesday September 29 at 4 pm Session III 
The Democratic Party and Catholic Voters in the 2020 Election

Convener: Mark Silk, Director, The Greenberg Center
Shaun Casey, Director, Berkley Center for Religion, Peace & World Affairs,
Georgetown University
Timothy Matovina, Chair, Department of Theology, University of Notre Dame
Joseph Tomás McKellar, Co-Director of PICO California

 

 

Wednesday,September 25, 2019 at noon at 71 Vernon Street:
Greenberg Center Lunch Seminar
Mark Silk with present a paper: “From Outlier to Advance Guard: Cascadia in North American Context.”

Monday, October 14, 2019 at 2 p.m. in the Reese Room, Smith House, 123 Vernon Street:
“Faith-based Persuasion in the Public Square: Natural Law and Its Competitors”
A Conversation Among Scholars