Panel Discussions

Fratelli Tutti Virtual Screen Shot 2021 01 23 at 12.18.51 PMScreen Shot 2021 01 23 at 12.18.51 PMDialogue Series for Roundtable members 
featuring Wilton Cardinal Gregory of the Archdiocese of Washington and Bishop John Stowe, OFM Conv. of the Diocese of Lexington
February 5  //  1 PM EST

Join other Roundtable members for a tremendous opportunity to listen and learn from both Cardinal Gregory and Bishop Stowe who will share their insight into Pope Francis' most recent encyclical, Fratelli Tutti. The registration link will be emailed to Roundtable members, and if you are unsure of your Roundtable membership status, please contact Catherine at 202-854-8806. 

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"In his first encyclical, Lumen Fidei, Pope Francis eloquently affirmed the core teachings that animated Dorothy Day’s life:  “The light of faith is concretely placed at the service of justice…and peace,” he wrote.  Day embraced the totality of Catholic belief and practice, living a life of poverty.  When she sometimes challenged the Church, it was usually because she felt it had departed from Gospel principles, particularly when it came to the forgiveness of one’s enemies.  Labels of left or right, temptingly applied by liberals and conservatives alike, fail to explain or contain Dorothy Day.  Perhaps, ultimately, that’s why this woman of conscience is a saint for our time," (Dorothy Day Guild).

Dorothy Day: A Voice of Unity in a Time of Division 
sponsored by Roundtable in collaboration with the Dorothy Day Guild
December 9  //  7 PM EST
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  • Martha Hennessy, Day's granddaughter and activist; 
  • Kevin Ahern, associate professor of religious studies at Manhattan College; 
  • Rosalie Riegle, author and Catholic Worker oral historian; and 
  • Tom Costanza, diocesan director in the Archdiocese of New Orleans.

This panel will be moderated by Colleen Dulle of America Media.