Sustainable Freedom: The Conversation between Christians and Secularists in the Post-Secular Age.

Scheduled Program

10:00   Opening remarks--Todd Huizinga, executive director, Transatlantic Christian Council, United States
10:05   Welcoming address--Anna Zaborska, member of European Parliament, co-host
10:15   Welcoming address--John O’Sullivan, Editor-at-Large, National Review and author of The President, the Pope and the Prime Minister, Co-Host
10:25   Keynote speaker--Os Guiness, "Sustainable Freedom"
10:55   Discussion
11:15   Panel discussion moderated by Sophia Kuby, executive director, European Dignity Watch
12:15   Lunch
13:30   Keynote speaker--Frits Bolkstein, "Post-Secular Age"
14:00   Discussion
14:20   Break
14:30   Panel discussion moderated by Eric Teetsel, executive director, Manhattan Declaration
15:30   Coffee break
16:00   Panel discussion moderated by Rev. Robert A. Sirico, president and co-founder, Acton Institute
17:00   Closing remarks--Henk Jan van Schothorst, executive director, Transatlantic Christian Council, Europe
17:05   Reception
19:00   End of conference

*This event is free but registration is required.

Hosted by Transatlantic Christian Council and co-sponsored by Acton Institute, the Colson Center and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation.

Event Date: 
December 4, 2013 - 10:00am - 7:00pm

Cercle Royal Gaulois
Wetstraat/Rue de la Loi 5
Brussels, Belgium 1000

By taxi or shuttle from the airport to the Cercle Royal Gaulois is 13 km and about a 15 minute drive. It is within walking distance from the European Parliament (Place Luxembourg) building to the Cercle Royal Gaulois.

There are multiple parking garages to use if needed.  Click here for a parking map.

Please join Acton, the Transatlantic Christian Council, the Colson Center and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation for the Inaugural Conference for the Transatlantic Christian Council in Brussels, Belgium on December 4, 2013. Rev. Robert A. Sirico, on behalf of Acton Institute, will be moderating a panel at this event.

This evening is hosted by the Transatlantic Christian Council and co-sponsored by the Acton Institute and is open to the public. Advance registration is required.

For more information, please contact Todd Huizinga.