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The CLCS Podcast is hosted by Erin Monnin and Cristofer Pereyra

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In this episode of CLCS, Erin and Cristofer share with their community of leaders about the work that lead to the final publication of their book. What is Catholic leadership for civil society? Why is its message so urgent and timely? Listen up!

The Catholic Leadership for Civil Society podcast is a space about Catholic leadership, but not for the parish or the diocese. This is Catholic leadership for the world! Stay with us and allows us to share with you a vision—handed to us by the Second Vatican Council—to help advance the mission of the Church. It all boils down to one idea: engaging society as civic leaders. This podcast is hosted by Erin Monnin and Cristofer Pereyra, authors of the book Catholic Leadership for Civil Society. Join our live recordings Thursdays at 9 a.m. PST on Clubhouse.

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