Arlington, Va., Nov 7, 2016 / 02:06 am
Following a tumultuous and divided election season, Catholics in the U.S. should find ways to create unity and healing, said Supreme Knight Carl Anderson of the Knights of Columbus.
"(T)he question we should ask ourselves is in what way Catholics in America can be a future source of unity and reconciliation or whether we will be a cause of further division and hostility," Anderson said Nov. 5.
"The answer to that question will depend in large measure upon what it means today to be a Catholic in America. In other words, what is fundamental to our identity as Catholics?"
Anderson spoke in Arlington, Virginia at the Catholic Distance University Founder's Award Dinner, where he was the recipient of the Founder's Award.