Cardinal O’Connor Conference on Life

Georgetown University 3700 O St. NW, Washington, DC

The Cardinal O’Connor Conference strives to create intellectually rigorous discourse that addresses the particular concerns of this generation of the pro-life debate.

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Solidarity on Tap | Marcia Chatelain, Ph.D. | April 15, 2020

Online

In light of COVID-19, the Ignatian Solidarity Network invites you to virtual Solidarity on Tap on Wednesday, April 8 at 9PM ET/6PM PT. Join us, with your beverage of choice in hand, for a conversation with Marcia Chatelain, Ph.D., race and ethnicity in America scholar at Georgetown University. Join us at igsol.net/sot or on Facebook Live […]

Faith, Latinos, and the 2020 Campaign

Online

On the day of the discussion, all who have RSVP’d will receive an email with a link and step-by-step instructions on how to join the online conversation. Latino voters could be decisive in the November elections. As the United States faces an ongoing pandemic, an economic crisis, and calls for racial justice, both campaigns are […]

Religion and Race: The Future of Anti-Racism and the Catholic Church

Online

Georgetown’s Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life and the Archdiocese of Washington’s DCCatholic Young Adult Ministry Theology on Tap program will co-host a panel of young Black Catholic leaders to discuss the history with racism within the U.S. Catholic Church, how racial injustice exists in our communities today, the role of white privilege, […]

JFAN DC Winter 2021 Virtual Luncheon: Higher Education in a Post-Pandemic World

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Registration link You're invited to attend the Jesuit Friends & Alumni Network's Winter 2021 Virtual Luncheon, "Higher Education in a Post Pandemic World." We are pleased to join with and support the John Carroll Society of the Archdiocese of Washington to welcome John J. DeGioia, President of Georgetown University, as speaker. The event registration is being handled […]

An Online Dialogue on Faithful Priorities for a New Administration and a New Congress

Online

Registration link The day of the discussion, all who have RSVP’d will receive an email with a link and step-by-step instructions on how to join the livestream. The new year brings a new presidential administration and a new and closely divided Congress in the United States. President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will […]

Life, Young Latinos, and COVID-19: Where Do We Go From Here?

Online

On March 30, the day of the discussion, all who have RSVP’d will receive an email with a link and step-by-step instructions on how to join the livestream. A year after the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the United States and the world, many are reflecting on the past year and where we go from here. […]

Immigration Challenges and Choices: People, Principles, and Policies

Online

RSVP: bit.ly/ImmigrationChallenges On April 15, the day of the dialogue, all who have RSVP’d will receive an email with a link and step-by-step instructions on how to join the livestream. The United States has a new president with new policies on immigration and refugees. There is a new Congress with old divisions. Developments on the […]

Young and Latino Leaders on Immigration: Continuing Challenges, New Urgency, Time for Action

Online

On May 4, the day of the discussion, all who have RSVP’d will receive an email with a link and step-by-step instructions on how to join the livestream. This urgent United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) and Georgetown University gathering will bring together young, diverse leaders from the border, on policy, in the Church, […]

“So What Did I Miss?” A Look Back, A Look Around, A Look Ahead After Two Years of COVID

Georgetown University 3700 O St. NW, Washington, DC

This dialogue will examine our nation’s soul after what have been through and how to “get us out of the mess we’re in.” It will use Catholic social teaching as a lens to look at COVID-19, politics, and faith over the past two years. What are the impacts of the pandemic and the lessons we should draw from them? Where are we now? What are hopes and fears for the days ahead? Pope Francis reminds us that we can’t go back to normal, so where should we go?