VIDEO: Mary Hasson on Transgenderism and Gender Identity


June 23, 2021 | Catholic Diocese of Arlington


On June 23, 2021, EPPC Kate O’Beirne Fellow Mary Rice Hasson discussed gender identity and religious freedom on a video podcast hosted by the Catholic Diocese of Arlington.

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