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Religion and Philosophy

Finding Resilience in the Era of COVID-19

Many of us are struggling or feel out of place given the restrictions required to combat a global pandemic. We are living in an uncertain, if not radical, time in history. The...

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Religion and Philosophy

Hospitality as a Work of Justice

We’re joined on the podcast by Ruben Garcia, Director of Annunciation House in El Paso, Texas whose mission is to accompany the migrant, homeless, and economically vulnerable...

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Law and Politics

Professor Gerard Bradley on Catholic social teaching and the future of Catholic higher education

Gerard Bradley, professor of law at Notre Dame Law School, sits down with Lumen Christi to discuss his path to the legal academy, his research in Catholic social teaching, and the...

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Religion and Philosophy

Act Justly: Healing Racism through Faith

Rev. Henry Sands delivered the 2019 Rev. Bernie Clark, C.S.C. Lecture on Catholic Social Tradition, discussing racism against Native Americans from historical, personal, and...

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Religion and Philosophy

Putting Faith Into Action with the CST Minor

What do medical clinics in Haiti, payday loans, and an after school dance program have in common? The Catholic social tradition (CST) Minor through the Center for Social Concerns....

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Global Affairs

Brexit and Issues of Subsidiarity

Anna Blackman joins us on the podcast to share how we can use Catholic social tradition (CST) to address political issues, strengthen civil society, and hold government...

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