As an exhibitor at the Association of U.S. Catholic Priests’ 2018 Assembly this past June, Voice of the Faithful had a front row seat for presentations by the assembly’s three dynamic speakers. AUSCP has posted the speaker presentations on YouTube, and we here provide you with links so that you may benefit from their words:
- Sister Katarina Schuth, O.S.F., “The Relationship Between Church and Culture: Prospects for Effective Evangelization of Younger Catholics” — Sr. Katarina is a member of the Sisters of St. Francis, Rochester, Minnesota, and a leading figure in the fields of pastoral theology and the sociology of religion, with expertise in the relationship between the Church and American culture. She is recognized as an expert on seminary education and has written numerous articles and books, including Seminary Formation and Priestly Ministry in Multiple Parishes.
- Bishop Robert McElroy, “Pastoral Theology for a Post-Modern World” — Bishop of the San Diego Diocese, Bishop McElroy is vice president of the California Catholic Conference and member of several USCCB committees. He is the author of The Search for an American Public Theology, Morality and American Foreign Policy, and a series of articles in America magazine on key elements of Catholic social teaching.
- Fr. Richard Rohr, O.F.M., “Action and Contemplation Toward Discipleship in a Secular Age” — Fr. Rohr is founder of the Center for Action and Contemplation (CAC), Albuquerque, New Mexico. His is a globally recognized spirutal master, inspiring speaker, and auther of numerous books, including The Divine Dance: The Trinity and Your Tramsformation.