The Embassy is on Instagram!

Have you seen our new Instagram page ? The U.S. Embassy to the Holy See Instagram launched this month, adding to our current social media presence on Facebook and Twitter . Unlike the other two platforms, Instagram is photography-based. Therefore, we will be able to share photos from our events, announcements, and articles in a photo-friendly way. We’ve already got several photos up. Check us out at ...
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Partnering with U.S. Embassies on Grants and Fundraising

Public Affairs Assistant Uta Sievers gave a presentation on funding opportunities through U.S. embassies as part of an annual week-long workshop organized by the SOFIA Salvatorian Office for International Aid to help religious congregations fundraise and write grant proposals. Through the workshop, the organization hopes to increase their participants’ chances of making their projects come to fruition. The event has been ...
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Vatican Official Participates in International Visitor Leadership Program

Every year the State Department sponsors the International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP), which allows current and emerging foreign leaders to visit the United States and get a firsthand look at American government and culture, while cultivating lasting relationships with their American counterparts, and strengthening U.S. engagement with countries around the world. Participants meet with corresponding ...
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Sister Carol meets Pope Francis

On April 12, 2017, International Woman of Courage (IWOC) Award recipient, Sister Carol Tahhan of Syria attended a papal audience in St. Peter’s Square. Following the audience, Sister Carol and Salesian Sister Chiara Cazzuola, Vicar General of the Daughters of Mary Help of Christians, had the chance to meet Pope Francis and ask for his blessing. In an interview with Italian television station, TV2000, Sister ...
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Partnering with U.S. Embassies on Grants

On September 13, Public Affairs Officer Tanya Salseth spoke at a training workshop run by SOFIA, the Salvatorian Office for International Aid, about grant opportunities offered by U.S. Embassies. In the audience were 60 members of religious congregations, and lay people working with them, who had traveled from all parts of the world to Rome for the week-long workshop. By highlighting the three key ...
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International Journalists Get Primer on U.S.-Vatican Relations

On September 8, the U.S. Embassy to the Holy See hosted over 30 journalists from around the world for a reception and conversation about the embassy’s unique bilateral relationship with the Vatican. Political Counselor Peter Martin spoke with 38 visitors from around the world who were in Rome for “The Church Up Close” , a bi-annual seminar for journalists, organized by ...
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