“The CIC provides professionals in the nation’s capital with a vibrant Catholic intellectual life and spiritual formation. By way of events, speakers, and panels the CIC is where Catholics who are shaping our Church and our culture are formed.”


John Garvey

President, The Catholic University of America

“The Catholic Information Center means so much to me and to my whole family. Before coming to the CIC I really felt like I didn’t know enough about my faith and I wanted to learn more. The events here and the speakers that come are the best in the country. They’ve helped me understand the church and understand the church’s teachings in a way that makes me feel like I can go out and share my faith more confidently. And I never really had that before.”


Sarah Moss

Leonine Fellow

“The CIC does an extraordinary job of bringing the light of Christ to the city of Washington, D.C. They reach out with the love of Christ to draw Catholics and non-Catholics alike, across the city, in all walks of life through their doors. I myself especially appreciate the wonderful work that the CIC does with young professionals.


Robert P. George

McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence, Princeton University

“My own thought is continually being clarified and elevated through the conversations and connections that the CIC make possible. It’s a refuge that promises the renewal we so badly need in this country.”


C.C. Pecknold

Associate Professor of Theology, The Catholic University of America

“I mean to get to go to Mass and to be able to come over to the CIC and to take time in front of the tabernacle is such a gift I can’t even tell you. It’s like the the thing that is more valuable in my life than anything else. I have written so many talks and remarks for the March for Life in front of the tabernacle here and I’m just so profoundly grateful to all of the priests of the CIC and to the staff for making that available really in a heartbeat of our nation’s capitol.”


Jeanne Mancini

President, March for Life

“There’s no such thing as morally neutral law. Every piece of public policy embodies somebody’s values. If it’s going to embody true values, people need to know the truth. The CIC is teaching the next generation of Washington’s leaders the truth about man and God, and the role of the state in respecting both.”


Ryan T. Anderson, Ph.D.

William E. Simon Senior Research Fellow, The Heritage Foundation

“Politics looks broken. Universities look crazy. There’s all kinds of strife in our world and it’s magnified by the Internet. So we see this brokenness everywhere and what the CIC offers is a place where young people, especially coming out of this fallen world with its unique brokenness in our time, can find a home and nourishment and seriousness.”


Mary Eberstadt

Senior Research Fellow, Faith and Reason Institute