Impacting the U.S. Church
Dr. Hosffman Ospino, PhD is an Assistant Professor of Hispanic Ministry and Religious Education at Boston College, School of Theology and Ministry. He is well known for his groundbreaking research on parishes with Hispanic Ministry and Catholic schools serving Hispanic families.
Hosted by the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross every other year. The Church Up Close allows journalists from around the world a chance to learn about structure at the Vatican and Roman Curia and discuss current issues within the Catholic church.
The Unveiled program is a marriage formation program developed for marriage prep classes. The new video program will address multi-cultural needs.
Development of ministry tracks for workshops centered on foundations, prayer life, family life, sacramental life and culture life.
Notre Dame Vision combines the theologically-rich experience of nationally-known keynote speakers with the mentorship of college students as hundreds of high school students gather to learn from the witness of the saints and develop practices to live out their faith.
The Messy Family Project focuses on mentoring and encouraging parents to be intentional and faithful through podcasts, newsletters and their website.
The DOCAT Missionary Disciples Project is a program of the Southeast Pastoral Institute that aims to inspire and prepare Hispanic youth and young adults, to evangelize and build consciousness about the Social Doctrine of the Church so that they can take action in their daily lives and communities, applying Gospel values to social justice, political and environmental issues, while advancing a culture of life.
Women’s Care Center provides free, confidential counseling, support and education to women facing unplanned pregnancies. Free pregnancy testing and ultrasounds help determine viability and dates (prenatal medical care and abortions not provided).
Bishop Robert Barron is an author, speaker, theologian, and founder of Word on Fire, a global media ministry. Word on Fire reaches millions of people by utilizing the tools of new media to draw people into or back to the Catholic Faith.
YCP exists to raise up Catholics in their 20s and 30s to 'Work in Witness for Christ' and through the process be formed to become future servant leaders in the Church.
We win the hearts of college students, build them in the faith and send them to the world. Know, Love and Serve God, Build Virtuous Friendships and Teach Others to Share Christ.
Sponsored by FOCUS and held every other year the conference is for high school and college students, college graduates and FOCUS alumni. The theme this year is Encounter Something More.
The V Encuentro is a four-year process of ecclesial reflection and action that invites all Catholics in the United States to intense missionary activity, consultation, leadership development, and identification of best ministerial practices in the spirit of the New Evangelization. The process is a priority activity of the USCCB’s Strategic Plan for 2017-2020.
Exodus 90 is a challenging 90-day period of prayer and asceticism, supported by a fraternity of 5-7 like-minded men. Exodus fraternities are spiritually directed by a priest whenever possible.