"As each has been given a gift, so use it to serve one another, faithfully sharing God's many blessings."

1 Peter 4:10 

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The Fellowship numbers over two-hundred John Paul II Fellows, mostly Catholics, and includes the welcome participation of a good many Protestant and Eastern Orthodox Christians as well.

From college-age to young professionals, from busy parents to the newly-retired, John Paul II Fellows are engaged in all types of work in different areas of society, but they share a common vision of community supported by culture and faith.

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Ever Johnson

Director, The John Paul II Fellowship

Soren Johnson

Special Asst. to the Bishop for Evangelization and Media, Diocese of Arlington

Rebecca Mousseau

Director, Corporate Relations, US Chamber of Commerce Business Civic Leadership Center

Brendan Wilson

Associate, Caplin & Dryesdale    

Donald Cardinal Wuerl (Honorary Chairman)

Archbishop, Archdiocese of Washington

George Weigel (Senior Advisor to the Board)
Senior Fellow, Ethics and Public Policy Center


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