Monday, October 28, 2013

Cardinal Wuerl to give keynote at Leadership Convocation in Green Bay tomorrow

ALLOUEZ — “The New Evangelization” will be the topic of Cardinal Donald Wuerl’s keynote address at the 2013 Leadership Convocation, Oct. 29 at the KI Convention Center, Green Bay.

The convocation will open at 8:30 a.m. with Mass with Cardinal Wuerl and Bishop David Ricken. The keynote is scheduled for 10 a.m.

Three rounds of breakout sessions will cover such topics as ecumenism, the Eucharist, reality of human trafficking in Wisconsin, social communications, stewardship, evangelization, leadership skills, engaging children in a culture of distractions, end-of-life care issues, Mass attendance, pastoral plans, marriage and family, catechesis, cultural awareness and Catholic school vouchers.

The new evangelization will be discussed further in select workshops. Sr. Marie Kolbe Zamora, STL, theology program director at Silver Lake College of the Holy Family, Manitowoc, will present “What’s New About New Evangelization” and “The Holy Spirit as the Principal Agent of Evangelization.” Dr. Marcellino D’Ambrosuis, founder of The Crossroads Initiative, will also focus on the new evangelization, providing an overview of the papal teaching and practical tips on how to share it.
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  1. How I wish I could be there, for when the question & answer period comes up I would like to respectfully ask His Eminence Cardinal Wuerl why he saw fit to discipline and humiliate a priest who very rightly refused Holy Communion to a lesbian Buddhist at a funeral Mass last March, 2012.

    Cardinal Wuerl has never attempted to right this terrible injustice done to the priest, even as he continues to give Holy Communion to public sinners like Nancy Pelosi and Joe Biden.


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