Four years after the Supreme Court made gay marriage the…
April 28-29, 2017
Seminar Room, St. Joseph Center
Co-Sponsored by the Veritas Center for Ethics in Public Life
Franciscan University Political Science Department
The 20th century was arguably the most violent century in human history. Two World Wars, the rise of Communism, the Cold War, and widespread socio-political upheaval across the globe challenged the Catholic Church and its mission. These challenges have only continued into the 21st century, as the rise of radical Islam, the emergence of new “state actors,” and the growing disparity of resources have contributed to injustice, religious persecution, and violence across the world.