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Oct 1, 2019

Dr. Charlie Camosy, professor of Ethics at Fordham University in New York, joins Eric and Brett during this Reverence for Life month in the Archdiocese of Regina. In this first of a four-part series on his latest book "Resisting Throwaway Culture" they'll look at the broad and problematic cultural and political context we find ourselves in and begin an examination of the potential for a consistent life ethic to break down the barriers of polarization and create an ethos centered on care for the vulnerable in all facets of society. 

You can meet Dr. Camosy in person as Campion College in Regina inaugurates its first annual Jesuit Lecture Series with Dr. Camosy on Wednesday, October 16, 2019 at the Campion Auditorium. Check out the link for more information: