#39. Reimagining the Role of the Catholic Church – Geo Robrigado

The Catholic church is the only religious entity to hold a seat in the United Nations through the Vatican city’s status as a state. Geo Robrigado, Law graduate and former President of the Victoria University of Wellington Student Union, speaks about his research in law, international relations and politics focusing on how the Catholic Church maintains its political relevance. We go through the influence of the church and how it has been evolving over time to cater to the new generations. Covering historical examples of how the church has embedded itself into global politics, how it influences other religions and how it adapts to individual locations in order to extend its reach.

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