Pope Francis

The Health of Nations: Pope Francis’ call for inclusion

The Health of Nations: Pope Francis’ call for inclusion

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Join us for a live conversation between Sir Angus Deaton, FBA, Nobel Laureate & Professor of Economics at Princeton University and Most Rev. Frank Caggiano, Bishop of Bridgeport, CT.

The conversation will be moderated by Prof. Joseph Kaboski, University of Notre Dame
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