Thank you for joining us for the second-part of our two-part conversation with Daniel Philpott, Professor of Political Science at the University of Notre Dame.
In late February, Pope Francis called the heads of the national conference of bishops from around the world to the Vatican to address the sexual abuse and leadership crisis wracking the church and the faithful. Kim Daniels is the associate director of the Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life, at Georgetown University. She joins us today to talk about the meeting in February, about reform in the church and what we can look for in terms of next steps.
Margaret Rogers, a clinical mental health counselor from Panama City, FL, joins the doctors to bring some light to the darkness of the topic of sexual abuse of children, sharing her own experiences with treating victims and how they can find healing.
Hear more about how the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops is prayerfully making changes on issues like the sexual abuse crisis and racism during their annual fall meeting.
Kyle and Bishop have a conversation about the current moral crisis the Church is experiencing, including the scandal surrounding former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick and the Grand Jury report which details the sexual abuse of minors in six Pennsylvania dioceses.