Cardinal Gregory, young Catholic leaders to dialogue about humanitarian crises, racism, and solidarity

Published Oct 07 2021 at 8:05 PM GMT
  • Pope Francis takes a selfie with members of International Eucharistic Youth Movement in Paul VI Hall on Aug 7, 2015.
  • / L'Osservatore Romano Washington D C, Oct 7, 2021 / 14:05 pm (CNA).
  • Tonight, the Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life at Georgetown University will host the first of a three-part dialogue series for young adults on Fratelli tutti, Pope Francis" encyclical on fraternity and social friendship.
  • The first session, "Who is My Neighbor,' will focus on the humanitarian crises in Afghanistan and Haiti, as well as systemic racism in the United States.
  • The series, which came about at the request of Pope Francis by way of the USCCB and Archbishop Jose Gomez, is designed to engage young adults in conversation around the topic of solidarity with their neighbors, both in the US and abroad.



  • Published Oct 7, 2021 8:05 PM GMT