Panel ponders path to civility following presidential election

WASHINGTON — If Catholics have a role in helping heal divisions after a turbulent presidential election year, they need to start looking inward, according to some panelists at a Nov. 1 forum at The Catholic University of America on "Citizenship and Civility: The Role of Catholics in Rebuilding the American Political Culture."

And in Stephen Schneck's view, perhaps civility ought not be on the agenda, in order to bring about lasting change.

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