Rev. John Pavlik, OFM. Cap., CMSM Executive Director, recently attended the annual Anglophone Safeguards Conference in Rome from June 19-22, 2017 at the Gregorian University. This year’s conference theme was “Celebrating Hope.”
CMSM extends congratulations to the new executive director for the National Religious Vocation Conference. Sister Sharon Dillon, S.S.J.-T.O.S.F. began her work on June 1.
Father Richard Owens, a Philadelphia born and bred native and a Capuchin Franciscan priest, has been named director of the archdiocesan Office for Black Catholics, effective July 1
behalf of the sainthood cause of their founder, Servant of God Fr. Paul of Graymoor are continuing.
Hundreds of advocates from various Christian denominations, including representatives from CMSM, gathered in Washington, D.C. this past weekend for Ecumenical Advocacy Days. The weekend included a focus on education and skills training for a day of lobbying on Capitol Hill. Some clergy and religious leaders also risked arrest as a public witness in response to proposed human needs budget cuts proposed by the Trump Administration.