Director of the Istituto Acton in Rome, Kishore Jayabalan, recently issued a video statement on the vital issues that will be addressed at the upcoming Rome Conference, ‘Faith, State, and the Economy: Perspectives from East and West.”

Faith, State, and the Economy: Perspectives From East and West will take place on April 29 in Rome and is free and open to the public. Cardinal Joseph Zen, Bishop Emeritus of Hong Kong, will speak on “the political and economic challenges of Christians in mainland China” and Dr. Samuel Gregg will give a lecture, “Religious Liberty & Economic Freedom: Intellectual and Practical Challenges.”

West Michigan residents: enjoy a box lunch and view a live stream of the event from the Mark Murray Auditorium at the Acton Institute at 11:30AM on the 29th. You can pay online and RSVP for the Grand Rapids event here. You can follow this event on twitter using the hashtag #EastMeetsWestRome.

Religion and Capitalism: Allies, Not Enemies

Religion and Capitalism: Allies, Not Enemies

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