One and Indivisible? The Relashionship Between Religious and Economic Freedom

Faith, State, and the Economy: Perspectives from East and West

On April 29, 2014, the Acton Institute will hold an afternoon conference – Faith, State, and the Economy: Perspectives from East and West – in Rome, bringing expert speakers from around the world to explore the complex relationship between religious liberty and economic freedom.

This conference, which is free and open to the public, is the first in the five-part series One and Indivisible? The Relationship Between Religious and Economic Freedom.


Cardinal Joseph Zen Ze-kiun
Bishop Emeritus of Hong Kong

Archbishop Maroun Lahham
Auxiliary Bishop and Vicar of the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem for Jordan

Rev. Professor Martin Rhonheimer
Professor of Ethics and Political Philosophy, Pontifical Univeristy of the Holy Cross

Dr. Samuel Gregg
Director of Research, Acton Institute

Event Information

Date: Tuesday, April 29

Time: Registration opens at 15.00
Conference from 16.00-19.00
Reception to follow

Location: Roma Eventi-Fontana di Trevi Conference Center
Piazza della Pilotta, 4
00187 Rome

Cost: This conference is FREE and open to the public

We thank the co-sponsors of this conference