Cardinal Seán Prepares to deliver Keynote at the World Meeting of Families

 







ARCHDIOCESE OF BOSTON


PRESS RELEASE


 


 


UPDATES:  Cardinal Seán Prepares to deliver Keynote


at the World Meeting of Families, The Pilot Interview on Cuba


and Papal Pictures


 


Saint John Seminary Photos


 




Cardinal Seán will deliver the keynote address in Philadelphia at the World Meeting of Families tomorrow, Friday, September 24th.  Also speaking will be Dr. Rick Warren, pastor of Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, CA.   The talks will focus on The Joy of the Gospel of Life.


 


You can watch the remarks on CatholicTV at CatholicTV Live.


 


Time: 10:30am (rebroadcast on CatholicTV at 11pm)


 


Check local listings for channels in your area.  Or watch it online at CatholicTV Live.


CatholicTV programming for the Papal visit to the US is at: Pope in America.


 


Follow the Cardinal on this journey at: twitter.com/CardinalSean and look for his Friday evening blog update at Cardinal Sean's Blog.


 


Recap of Cuba with the Cardinal


Cardinal Seán also conducted an interview with Gregory L. Tracy/The Pilot aboard the return flight from Cuba.  Here is the interview: The Pilot.


 


 


The Archdiocese of Boston's George Martell, who is accompanying seminarians on pilgrimage from St. John's Seminary, has uploaded photos


(Photo credit: George Martell/Archdiocese of Boston)


 


 



 


Boston’s Saint John Seminarian Glen Dmytryszyn reaches


out to the Holy Father at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the 


Immaculate Conception.  


Seminarian Michael Solomon is over Glen’s left shoulder.


 



 


Holy Father at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the 


Immaculate Conception. 


 


 



 


Monsignor James P. Moroney, Rector of Saint John Seminary,


celebrates Mass with Boston seminarians.


 


 


 


Archdiocesan Officials on Pilgrimage in Washington, DC and Philadelphia:


 


Washington, DC/Catholic University of America


Saint John Seminarians on Pilgrimage:  www.flickr.com/photos/sjsboston/ (Photo Credit: George Martell/Archdiocese of Boston)


 


Philadelphia


Fr. Paul Soper, Secretary of Evangelization and Discipleship: twitter.com/frpaulsoper


 


Michael Lavigne, Assistant Secretary of Evangelization and Discipleship: twitter.com/CatholicLavigne


 


Fr. Matt Williams, Director of New Evangelization for Youth & Young Adults: twitter.com/FrMatt4Boston


 


 


Follow along on the Papal trip to the U.S.  With CatholicTV and The Pilot.


 


CATHOLICTV


The CatholicTV Network is airing live coverage of the Papal trip.


 


When something is LIVE:  www.CatholicTVLIVE.com


 


Full schedule of broadcast with links to video on demand when they become available please visit: www.PopeInAmerica.com.


 


THE PILOT


Greg Tracy/The Pilot is currently traveling with the Cardinal to Cuba and then on to the U.S. portion of the trip.


 


For images please visit: Pilot Catholic News.


 


Media interested in using any of these images please credit Greg Tracy/The Pilot.


 


 


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