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The University of Dallas is honored to bring together three of the most prominent voices in Catholic journalism in the United States for the 2018 Eugene McDermott Lectureship titled "The Papacy in the 21st Century: Where Are We, and Where Are We Going?" Ross Douthat (New York Times) and Austen Ivereigh (Crux), with John Allen Jr. (Crux) serving as moderator, will examine the modern papacy, situating Pope Francis' pontificate in the context of recent papal history, the broader Catholic tradition and the future of Catholicism.
"The Order of Malta has an emphasis that is very ancient," said Assistant Professor of Politics Gladden Pappin, who was invested in the order in November as a Knight of Magistral Grace. "There is a deep connection to the Catholic European heritage."