What will the church look like after 2020? How will COVID-19 shape the ways we worship and relate to each other? How will the Catholic Church respond to the Black Lives Matter movement and calls to respond to the sin of racism? What will our politically polarized context mean for Catholics after the 2020 election?

Join us for a Pax Romana Webinar with:

  • Bishop John Stowe, OFM Conv., Bishop of Lexington, KY,
  • Dr. Shannen Dee Williams, Albert LePage Assistant Professor of History at Villanova University,
  • Michael Bayer, Director of Evangelization and Adult Formation, St. Clement Church, Chicago.
  • Dr. Daniel Cosacchi, an Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Marywood University will moderate.

This is the first in a series of conversations in the North American context to bring together scholars, lay leaders, and bishops. This effort joins a series of dialogues at the international level with similar dialogues happening at the African and the national level (see a great series by our Malaysian movement, for instance).

To join, register on Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_FebwifpOSU2wVyxY37kV1Q

Or watch off of our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/PaxRomanaNetwork/

This event is Sponsored by Pax Romana ICMICA, a global community of Catholic professionals and intellectuals.