FADICA President Alexia Kelley welcomes Pope Francis to the U.S., on behalf of the FADICA Board of Directors and its members. In sharing her enthusiasm about his visit, she said, “I pray that Pope Francis’ historic visit will touch hearts and minds, so that the gospel will take root, where the poor and vulnerable shall be first, and the care for human dignity and God’s creation is central.”
Read more at Ms. Kelley’s blog: Pope Francis Will Ignite Catholic Philanthropy
In addition to the main TV networks, here are a few ways that you can follow the Pope’s visit:
- USCCB will be live streaming coverage of all of Pope Francis’ events while in the U.S.
- Follow him from the perspective of the archdioceses of Washington, New York, and Philadelphia.
- Follow updates on Twitter: #PopeinUS #PopeinDC @NY_arch or @wmf2015
- Stay updated on commentary and news in the Catholic media, including America Magazine, Catholic News Service, Crux, EWTN, and National Catholic Reporter.