All event attendees have to register. This can be done in advance on our website or on-site before the event.
Most events are open to the public. The easiest way to determine this is whether a “RSVP for the event” button is present.
The Leonine Forum was co-founded by Fr. Arne Panula and Mitch Boersma in 2013 as a program of the Catholic Information Center. The program goal was to educate men and women early in their careers in the core tenets of the Social Teaching of the Catholic Church. In 2017 the Leonine Forum became its own 501(c)3 in order to expand to cities across the country. The Leonine Forum and the CIC still have a close relationship and the Washington, DC course is hosted at the CIC.
Most events are hosted at the CIC. If an event is hosted off-site, the location will be listed underneath the date and time of the event.
Tickets usually go on sale the first week of September.
Yes. You can email Angelica Tom at email@example.com to be put on a waitlist when tickets or tables sell out.
Yes. Registration is required for all CIC events.
Yes, the Catholic Information Center is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization and charitable contributions are tax-deductible for income, gift and estate taxes. Our federal employee identification number is 52-1790727.
The Catholic Information Center is a corporation of the Archdiocese of Washington, subject to all the Archdiocesan policies for these corporations. As per an agreement between the Archdiocese and the Prelature of Opus Dei, the Director of the CIC is a priest of Opus Dei nominated by the Prelature and appointed by the Archdiocese of Washington.
Mr. Thomas Yannucci, Chairman
Ms. Montse Alvarado
Mrs. Alexandra Clement
Mr. Chris Anzidei
Mr. Edward Grubb
Mr. Leonard Leo
Mr. Gerard Mitchell
Mr. Brian Svoboda
Mrs. Kate Todd
Mr. Gregory Mueller
Fr. Charles Trullols
Volunteering at the CIC
Yes, please call at 202.783.2062 to inquire about setting up an appointment for Confession.
We keep very low-gluten hosts on site, but we must be notified prior to Mass if someone requires it.
Yes, We have sold our books at St. Jerome Academy’s book fair for 2 years, and have that operation streamlined to carry over easily toward any other K-8 institution.
Regarding how an author might submit their work for our consideration to carry, process entails a submission copy to be reviewed within 2 weeks by our internal review committee, to ensure material is aligned with the Magisterium. Should it seem acceptable and desirable for us to carry, we then reach out to author or publisher to secure initial copies.
Yes, we gladly are of service to customers who wish to order books through us that we may not have on hand. The content of the book must not be in opposition to the Magisterium and readily available through our distribution channels to secure though.