An article written by Dani Clark, a Washington DC community member, on her visits with Mae in the nursing home has been published in the America Magazine.
As a blizzard descended upon Washington DC on Friday evening and begun shutting down the city, students from Georgetown University and members of Sant’Egidio gathered for their regular weekly service of outreach to homeless men and women. With the many warnings to shelter inside, the Community knew that many people who they meet around Dupont […]
In Washington, DC the community hosted a public discussion at Busboys & Poets on the abolition of the death penalty with author Paul Elie of Georgetown University, Brian Stolarz an attorney who helped exonerate America’s 154th death row inmate, Alfred Dewayne Brown, Art Laffin a Catholic Worker and victim’s family member, and Dani Clark, local […]
A delegation of the Community of Sant’Egidio led by Marco Impagliazzo, President of the Community, met with representatives of the US Administration on issues of peace in Africa, migration, and protection of minorities in the Middle East. The meetings were organized by the Office of Community in Washington, that for three years has ensured relations […]
Washington, DC, April 15, 2015 — From April to August the Community of Sant’Egidio in Washington, DC will host a series of dynamic public events, touching on relevant topics of faith and public life in anticipation of Pope Francis’ visit this September. The “Friends of Francis” series takes its cue from Pope Francis’ special request […]