In 2014 the Foundation Centesimus Annus - Pro Pontifice held the international conference, A Dialogue on Finance and the Common Good, in Dublin, Ireland. At this important conference the most important issues confronting the Church and the global economy were explored by authorities in the areas of finance, banking, economics, ethics, theology, and Catholic social teaching. Hosted and introduced by Diarmuid Martin, the Archbishop of Dublin, topics include poverty and global urbanization, bank regulation and supervision, finance in service of people.
Fondaziona Centesimus Annus - Pro Pontifice owes its name and birth to the Encyclical "Centesimus Annus" published by Pope John Paul II on May 1, 1991. The connection reveals CAPP's inspiring idea and purpose: heartfelt endorsement of papal social teachings and committed support to the Holy Father's charitable initiatives.
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