The United Nations at 75: Catholic Perspectives

In this event cosponsored with the Beatrice Institute, the Harvard Catholic Forum, the Institute for Faith and Culture, the Nova Forum for Catholic Thought, and the St. Paul Catholic Center, a panel discussion explores the history of the Holy See’s relations with the United Nations, the role of lay Catholics and Church leaders in developing the human rights tradition, and the growing role of Catholic NGOs as they work alongside the UN for justice, peace, religious freedom, and integral human development around the world.

Featured speakers include Archbishop Gabriele Giordano Caccia (Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the United Nations), Joseph Cornelius Donnelly (Permanent Delegate to the United Nations for Caritas Internationalis), Mary Ann Glendon (Former U.S. Ambassador to the Holy See), and Paolo Carozza (Notre Dame Law School).