"Poverty and Development: A Catholic Perspective", Sept 26-27, 2014
Exposition of the Catholic view: “Issues of immediate relief, lasting development and the need for solidarity”
Archbishop Silvano Maria Tomasi, C.S
Introduction to: Examination of “Responding to immediate emergencies”
Cardinal Theodore McCarrick
The “Obligation to Intervene”
General Roméo Dallaire
Relief/Development Efforts - Perspectives from Haiti
Cardinal Chibly Langlois
The suffering and hope of a terrorized Community
Metropolitan Jean-Clément Jeanbart
Immigration: Overcoming its Negative Effects and Maximizing “its positive influence on the communities of origin, transit and destination.”
Reverend Richard Ryscavage, S.J.
“Just and lasting solution(s)…to ensure that an ever greater number of persons are economically independent.” A Catholic view of Development: Structural Issues.
Prof. Paolo G. Carozza
A Catholic view of Development: Insights of economists.
Dr. Henry Schwalbenberg
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