Philip Lawler, the founder of the Catholic World News service, is the author of The Faithful Departed, which the late Father Richard Neuhaus described in 2008 as “the best book-length treatment of the sex abuse crisis, its origins and larger implications, published to date.” More recently he wrote Lost Shepherd, a critical analysis of Pope Francis’ leadership.
Alexandra McPhee is the Director of Religious Freedom Advocacy at Family Research Council, focusing on advancing domestic policy to protect religious freedom and expression. Alexandra received a Bachelors of Arts in philosophy from the College of William & Mary and a J.D. from Regent University School of Law.
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