Thank you to everyone who joined us for the 2022 Catholic Partnership Summit!
During our time together, we explore various aspects of Living Synodal Leadership and what that means as members of the Body of Christ. Thank you for your active participation, listening, and openness to the movement of the Holy Spirit, surely present in all of our discussions and panels!
We also want to offer our sincere thanks to those who sponsored this year's Summit. Your generosity made this event possible!
Living Synodal Leadership is a bold vision. It is how we live out our call to servant leadership and co-responsible decision-making for a healthy, thriving Church. It is actively listening to all voices, to all experiences, and embracing new, creative, and agile ways of leading in a changing world and Church. Synodal leadership employs restorative practices that move us toward healing and unity as the body of Christ. It is a willingness to regularly pause, consider, and answer the call of the Holy Spirit. It involves including those historically excluded from leadership and opening seats for them at decision-making tables. Synodal leadership offers hope, requires courage, and builds trust. It is our mission in action.
Featured speakers will address tangible ways our Church answers the call to heal, strengthen, and unify the body of Christ. Representing a diversity of voices, perspectives, and experiences, they will share how they are living synodal leadership and offer best practices for other leaders.
Many ideas were raised during the 2022 Catholic Partnership Summit as to how we can promote synodal leadership and unity in the Church. As an organization, Leadership Roundtable has committed to the following:
Our 2022 Co-Hosts
Cardinals and Archbishops
Archbishop Christophe Pierre
Apostolic Nuncio, Apostolic Nunciature of the United States of America
Archbishop José Gomez
U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and Archdiocese of Los Angeles
Cardinal Blase Cupich
Archdiocese of Chicago
Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo
Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston
Cardinal Wilton Gregory
Archdiocese of Washington
Cardinal Seán O'Malley, OFM Cap.
Archdiocese of Boston
Cardinal Joseph W. Tobin, CSsR
Archdiocese of Newark
Catholic Higher Education
John J. DeGioia
Rev. Peter M. Donohue, OSA
Rev. Michael Garanzini, SJ
Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities
Center on Religion and Culture at Fordham University
Rev. Dennis Holtschneider, CM
Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities
Rev. John Jenkins, CSC
University of Notre Dame
Rev. Juan Molina
Mexican American Catholic College
Rev. Brian Shanley
St. John's University
National Catholic Organizations
Catholic Relief Services
Rev. Frank Donio, SAC
Conference of Major Superiors of Men
Sr. Sharon Euart, RSM
Resource Center for Religious Institutes
National Catholic Council for Hispanic Ministry
Sr. Mary Haddad, RSM
Catholic Health Association
National Association of Church Personnel Administrators
Foundations and Donors Interested in Catholic Activities (FADICA)
Rosie C. Shawver
Catholic Association of Latino Leaders (CALL)
National Catholic Education Association
Sr. Carol Zinn, SSJ
Leadership Conference of Women Religious
Cardinal Mario Grech
Secretary General, Vatican Synod of Bishops
Cardinal Wilton Gregory
Archbishop, Archdiocese of Washington
Director of Evangelization, Diocese of Davenport
Rev. John Hurley, CSP
Founder, New Evangelization Strategies
Executive Partner, Leadership Roundtable
Dr. Shannen Williams
Associate Professor of History, University of Dayton
The Most Rev. John Stowe, OFM Conv.
Bishop, Diocese of Lexington
Robert C. "Bob" Bordone
Senior Fellow, Harvard Law School; Founder and Principal, The Cambridge Negotiation Institute
Lecturer & Special Advisor to the Dean, Georgetown Law School; Senior Research Fellow, Berkley Center on Religion, Peace and World Affairs
Dr. Carolyn Woo
Author, "Rising: Learning from Women's Leadership in Catholic Ministries"; CEO (retired), Catholic Relief Services; Former Dean, University of Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business
Sr. Teresa Maya, CCVI
Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word
Chief Executive Officer, Kinsale Consulting; Author, "Sexual Abuse in the Catholic Church: A Decade of Crisis"
Co-Director, Discerning Deacons
Communications Manager for Social Mission, Department of Justice, Peace and Human Development, USCCB
Krisanne Vaillancourt Murphy
Executive Director, Catholic Mobilizing Network
Vicente Del Real
Founder and Executive Director, Iskali
Founder, SENT Ventures
Global Programme Manager, Porticus
President and CEO, Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy
2022 Schedule of Events
|5:00 PM||Registration Opens|
|6:00 PM||Welcome Reception|
|7:00 AM||Registration Opens|
|8:00 AM||Mass Begins|
|9:30 AM||Summit Begins with Opening Keynote|
|7:00 PM||J. Donald Monan, SJ Distinguished Catholic Philanthropy Medal Award Ceremony and Dinner|
|9:00 AM||Summit Resumes with Session 3|
|4:00 PM||Summit Concludes|
All meals are provided. If you need any dietary accommodations,
please email email@example.com
Welcome Reception dress is casual.
Summit dress is business casual.
Monan Medal Ceremony dress is semi-formal.
Hotel and Travel Info
All Summit attendee block rooms are now full, but some regularly-priced hotel rooms are still available at the Fairmont Hotel in Washington, D.C., located at 2401 M St NW, Washington, D.C. 20037.
To reserve a room by phone, call 202-429-2400.
Attendees may also choose to stay at a different nearby hotel in the Georgetown area. We suggest the Hilton Garden Inn or Hyatt Place, both of which are within walking distance to the Fairmont Hotel.
If Traveling By Air
- Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) is the recommended airport for traveling to the Catholic Partnership Summit.
- It is about a 25 minute drive via taxi or rideshare from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport to the Fairmont Hotel.
- Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is also connected directly to Metro's Yellow and Blue Lines. Follow the signs to the covered walkways and into the station. To reach the Fairmont Hotel, take the Blue Line and continue to the Foggy Bottom-GWU station. From the Metro Station, it is about a half-mile walk to the Fairmont Hotel.
- Dulles International Airport (IAD) is about a 30 minute drive to the Fairmont Hotel via taxi or rideshare. MetroBus and MetroRail are also available.
- MetroBus: When coming from Dulles International Airport, you can connect to MetroRail using MetroBus. The 5A Bus takes you from the airport to the Rosslyn MetroRail station on the Orange, Silver and Blue Lines with just one stop in between. To find out when the bus leaves the airport, see the 5A schedule HERE.
- Express Bus: You can also take the Silver Line Express bus to the Wiehle-Reston East MetroRail station on the Silver Line. To find out when the Silver Line Express bus operates and its cost, go to the Silver Line Express site.
- From either the Rosslyn Station or the Wiehle-Reston East Metro Station, take the Silver line to the Foggy Bottom-GWU Station.
- Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI) is about an hour drive to the Fairmont Hotel via taxi or rideshare.
If Traveling By Rail
- AMTRAK: Take the AMTRAK train to Union Station. From Union Station, you can take a taxi or rideshare to the Fairmont Hotel, or you can take the Metro via the Red Line.
- Silver/Orange/Blue Lines: The nearest Metro stop to the Fairmont Hotel on the Silver, Orange or Blue Metro lines is the Foggy Bottom-GWU Station. It is about a half-mile walk from the Station to the Hotel.
- Red Line: The nearest Metro stop to the Fairmont Hotel on the Red Line is the Dupont Circle Station. The Fairmont Hotel is about a 0.6 mile walk from the station.
- Visit the WMATA Website to view Metro schedules and maps and to obtain a Metro card. You can view Metro’s New Rider guide HERE.
Our 2022 Sponsors
Our mission at Leadership Roundtable is to promote best practices and accountability in the management, finances, communications, and human resources development of the Catholic Church in the U.S., including greater incorporation of the expertise of the laity. Our generous sponsors enable us to fulfill our mission and serve as ministry of hope to the Catholic Church.
Thank you to those individuals and organizations that make our annual Catholic Partnership Summit possible!
Geoffrey T. Boisi
Dan & Kathleen Denihan
Elizabeth McCaul & Frank Ingrassia
The Bisignano Family
Dee & Kevin Conway
The Leon and Toby Cooperman Family Foundation
Healey Family Foundation
Mario J. Gabelli
Bryan & Stephanie Grane
Elaine & Ken Langone
The Lynch Foundation
Peggy & Gene McQuade
The Paul & Sandra Montrone Family
Dominic A. Tarantino
Catholic leader sponsors
Carney Family Charitable Foundation
The Catholic Health Association of the United States
The Catholic University of America
Kevin K. Carton
Peggy & Bob Gartland
The Markey Family
Robert H. Niehaus
The Raskob Foundation for Catholic Activities
Changing Our World, Inc.
The Cron Family Foundation
Dr. Geno M. Fernandez
Gallagher | Global Religious Practice
Loyola University Chicago
The Pontifical Mission Societies in the U.S.
Brenda & Bob Popeo
Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology
Seton Hall University
Archdiocese of Louisville
Association of U.S. Catholic Priests
Rev. John P. Beal, JCD
Stephanie & Michael Brough
Burnett Risk Control International
Kerry Robinson & Michael Cappello
Barbara Anne Cusack, JCD
The Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage
John & Maureen Hurley
Susan & Mike King
The Honorable Michael Montelongo
Angela & Edward Murphy
John A. Werwaiss
J. Donald Monan, SJ Distinguished Catholic Philanthropy Medal
The Rooney Family
Elaine and Ken Langone
The J. Donald Monan, SJ Distinguished Catholic Philanthropy Medal seeks to thank and inspire philanthropists of the Catholic Faith who emulate and personify the vision, character, creativity, and commitment to excellence of the late Rev. J. Donald Monan of the Society of Jesus.
The Monan Medal is conferred annually to Catholic philanthropists who have invested generously and faithfully in the Catholic Church’s work to lead through exemplary temporal affairs, and whose giving reflects Fr. Monan’s deeply held belief in collaborative excellence and partnership.