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WASHINGTON—Media intending to cover the Catholic Cultural Diversity Network Convocation at the University of Notre Dame, Indiana, May 6-8, can register now with the USCCB Office of Media Relations. Registration is required to gain access to the event. To register, fill out the credential form and return to Mar Muñoz-Visoso, assistant director of media relations, at MMunoz@usccb.org; fax: 202-541-3173; or mailing address: USCCB Media Relations, 3211, Fourth Street NE, Washington, DC, 20017.
WHAT: A two-day gathering of Catholic leadership from among the many cultures and races that constitute Church membership today in the United States.
WHEN: May 6-8
WHERE: University of Notre Dame, Indiana
WHO: A cross-section of ecclesial leadership: bishops, priests, deacons, men and women religious, lay ministers and leaders from ecclesial organizations and movements, who reflect the Church’s rich cultural, racial, and generational diversity. More than 300 participants, including near 25 bishops and archbishops, are expected to attend. Among them will be:
The Catholic Cultural Diversity Network Convocation is convened by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops through its Committee on Cultural Diversity in the Church and it is co-sponsored by the University of Notre Dame and its Institute for Church Life, Fordham University, Boston College, De Paul University, The Catholic University of America, the Catholic Church Extension Society and many others. For more information go to the convocation’s Web site http://www.usccb.org/ccdnc/.
Keywords: Cultural diversity, convocation, USCCB, bishops’ priorities, Secretariat for Cultural Diversity in the Church, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, University of Notre Dame
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