The International Catholic Stewardship Council (ICSC) is pleased to announce that the Most Reverend Joseph E. Kurtz, D.D., Archbishop of Louisville, Kentucky, will deliver the keynote address at its 55th annual conference to be held in Atlanta, Georgia from September 17 to 20, 2017. In the spirit of this year’s ICSC conference theme, Stewardship: A Disciple’s Response, Archbishop Kurtz will bring his passion for justice, charity and love for the poor to the conference attendees.
Archbishop Kurtz served as president of the USCCB from 2013 to 2016, and as its vice president from 2010 to 2013. He has served on numerous boards, and currently is a member of the Council for the National Catholic School of Social Service at Catholic University, and on the Advisory Board to the Cause for Archbishop Fulton Sheen’s beatification. Pope Francis assigned Archbishop Kurtz to the Holy See’s Congregation for the Oriental Churches in 2014.
A popular figure on social media, Archbishop Kurtz has written a well-read blog for several years, has 19,300 Twitter followers, and over 6,000 supporters on Facebook.
He has been the archbishop of Louisville since 2007.
And that’s just the beginning …
ICSC has an amazing lineup of stewardship formation leaders, experienced church professionals and ministerial visionaries at its ICSC 55th annual conference, making it the event for diocesan and parish leaders and professionals to get hands-on learning and prophetic insights. Go to the ICSC website at www.catholicstewardship.com for more ICSC conference news in the coming weeks.
Join us! Register now to join the ICSC family in ATLANTA, GA from SEPTEMBER 17-20, 2017