Resisting the Throwaway Culture: Pope Francis’ Message on Human Life and Dignity

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The Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life of Georgetown University had its second event for young Catholic professionals, Resisting the Throwaway Culture: Pope Francis’ Message on Human Life and Dignity. This Salt and Light Gathering featured the anti-death penalty activist Sister Helen Prejean, C.S.J. (who was famously played by Susan Sarandon in Dead Man Walking) and Kim Daniels, a founder and director of Catholic Voices USA, who recently was a spokesperson for the president of the USCCB. John Carr, the director of the Initiative, provided the opening remarks and led the discussion. Here are the highlights (in the easily digestible form of tweets):

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