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1976

FADICA founded

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1977

Established National Task Force on Catholic Media

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1979

Encouraged and propelled RENEW International Parish Program

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1986/87

Responded to the retirement needs of religious by helping to create the Retirement Fund for Religious and SOAR

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1989

Initiated the Campaign for the Church in Eastern and Central Europe

1990/91

Commissioned and performed the first independent financial management study at the request of the Holy See

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1992

Supported Teaching for Spiritual Growth Institute, a Dr. Robert Coles initiative for Catholic inner-city teachers

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1992-96

Facilitated dialogue among Catholic university, college presidents and Catholic bishops to support Catholic identity of Catholic institutions of higher education

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1997

Developed and tested Unitas marriage preparation

1998

Published first edition of The Catholic Funding Guide

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2000

Launched Future Foundation Leadership Venture to engage and inspire the next generation of philanthropic leaders

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2005

Incubated National Leadership Roundtable on Church Management

2006

Issued Called to Holiness series addressing Christian spirituality from Catholic women's perspectives

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2011

Embarked on Hispanic Lay Leadership Initiative with Catholic Extension Society

2013

Launched FADICA member working groups: Catholic Schools, Anti-human Trafficking, Church Vitality and International Philanthropy

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2014/15

Supported series of Vatican symposia for young anti-trafficking leaders to raise awareness of the global emergency that is modern slavery

2015

Published Breathing New Life into Catholic Schools: An Exploration of Governance Models

2015

Issued A Call to Impact & Solidarity in the Wake of Ebola: Strengthening Catholic Health Networks & Supporting Resiliency in West Afric

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2015

Promoted women religious through publication of Understanding U.S. Catholic Sisters Today and WeAreSisters.net

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1986-2010

TRAVELS & PILGRIMAGES
Rome (1986, 2000, 2007, 2014);
Eastern Europe (1989); Israel (1996);
Santiago, Chile (1998); Dublin (2002);
East Africa (2004); Africa (2010)