Moral Dilemmas of Partisanship

If ever there was a topic that needed some attention, the "Moral Dilemmas of Partisanship" is it, right now, right here in Washington. And, leave it to John Carr, who worked at the USCCB and now leads the Initiative on Catholic Social Thought in Public Life at Georgetown University to rise to the occasion and put together a great panel of experts to address the issue. You can find out more information and register for the event, which will be held next Monday night here in DC, by clicking here. I would note that Bishop Robert McElroy of San Francisco will be on the panel, and he is one of the brightest bishops in the country, and the rest of the panelists are no slouches! 

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