Dating God Podcast #23 — Pope Francis and Latin America with David Golemboski
In this episode of the Dating God Podcast we are joined by David Golemboski, a doctoral student in the Government School at Georgetown University in Washington, DC, who specializes in political theory and Catholic Social Teaching. David published an article in a January issue of America magazine titled: “Still ‘Presente’? U.S Catholics Should Reconnect with Latin America.” David joined Fr. Dan on the podcast to discuss the recent election of Pope Francis and what having a Roman Pontiff from South America might mean for Catholics in the United States and those in other parts of the Americas.
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Photo: Christian Science Monitor
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