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The Convocation of Catholic Leaders was streamed live on the USCCB website and broadcast live on the Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN), in particular the main-stage activities including plenary sessions and keynote addresses, evening events, the Eucharistic Procession, and Mass each day.
News Service (CNS) posted a number of video news stories about the Convocation.
The videos are organized by day for each of the four days of the Convocation.
Welcome, Opening Mass of the Holy Spirit - Unity, Joy and Evangelical Discernment: Timothy Cardinal Dolan (homilist), Evening Devotion - Mary, Mother of Evangelization: Archbishop Gustavo Garcia-Siller and Bishop Martin Holley (prayer leaders), CNS Wrap up.
Morning Prayer, Morning Plenary Part 1: Dr. Hosffman Ospino (presenter), Morning Plenary Part 2: Witness of Melanie and Damon Owens, Discussion with Helen Alvarez, JD, Fr. Thomas Gaunt, SJ, Fr. Augustino Torres, CFR, Kerry Weber and Gloria Purvis (moderator), Afternoon Plenary Part 1: Archbishop Leonard Blair (speaker), Discussion with Bishop Frank Caggiano, Fr. Rafael Capó, Sr. Miriam James Heidland, SOLT, Curtis Martin, Sherry Weddell and Gloria Purvis (moderator), Afternoon Plenary Part 2: Witness with Sr. Constance Veit, LSP, Donald Cardinal Wuerl (presenter), Sunday Mass Part 1 and 2: Archbishop Wilton Gregory (homilist), Evening Reflection Part 1: Sean Cardinal O'Malley (homilist), Evening Reflection Part 2, and CNS Wrap Up.
Eucharistic Procession Part 1-2, Morning Plenary Part 1: Carl Anderson (presenter), Morning Plenary Part 2: Bishop Joseph J. Tyson (speaker), Discussion with Dr. Ansel Augustine, Fr. Paul Check, Kim Daniels, Sr. Norma Pimentel, MJ, Carolyn Woo, PhD with Gloria Purvis (moderator), Morning Plenary Part 3: Archbiship José Gomez (presenter) , Fortnight for Freedom Mass Part 1-2: Archbishop William Lori (homilist), Evening Celebration: Joseph Cardinal Tobin CSsR and CNS Wrap Up.
Morning Prayer, Morning Plenary Part 1: Patrick Lencioni (presenter), Morning Plenary Part 2: Witness with Lucia Baez Luzondo, Bishop Robert Barron (speaker), Closing Mass Part 1-2: Daniel Cardinal DiNardo (homilist) and CNS Wrap Up.
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