To celebrate the March 13 anniversary of Pope Francis’ election, the youth of America, with the help of Catholic Extension, are giving him a unique gift: a close-up look at their efforts to extend beyond themselves and “make some noise.”
On Monday, March 31, the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry (STM) will host “The Transformative Power of Faith: Responding to Pope Francis’ Call,” an event that will spotlight Catholics today in the U.S. who are models of Pope Francis’ desire for Catholics to be advocates for the poor and agents of change. The event will feature a panel discussion of Catholics who have been honored nationally by Catholic Extension for their ministry. It will take place at 5:30 p.m. in Robsham Theater on BC’s main campus in Chestnut Hill. The moderator will be STM Dean Mark Massa, S.J.
In response to Pope Francis' continual call since World Youth Day 2013 to “make some noise,” Catholic Extension is encouraging youth nationwide to extend to beyond themselves with a day of prayer, service or philanthropy, and to document their efforts with a short video. Extension Day offers top finalists the opportunity for their video to be viewed and recognized by Pope Francis.
More than 200 Catholics from across Greater New York City gathered for a sold-out dinner event Tuesday October 22nd with Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan, Archbishop of New York.
On Tuesday, October 22, Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan, Archbishop of New York, will welcome Rev. John J. Wall, president, Catholic Extension, to New York to mark Catholic Extension’s ongoing efforts to develop future leaders of the Catholic Church in the United States. Father Wall will concelebrate the 7 a.m. Mass at Saint Patrick’s Cathedral with Cardinal Dolan. That evening, both will welcome guests at a Yale Club dinner highlighting the mission of Catholic Extension.