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To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Second Vatican Council, and in particular its document on liturgy, Sacrosanctum Concilium, the Archdiocese of Milwaukee will hold a conference to discuss liturgy. I was reviewing the program that details some of the speakers and their topics. So disappointing. It’s dripping with liberal theological talking points one would expect to find at, well, a 1978 Milwaukee Archdiocesan forum on Vatican II. One thing’s for sure, you’ll learn a lot about “diversity” by attending. This conference is proof of what Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI spoke of when he discussed the success of the “Virtual Council“ over the real Council.
Photo from Ms. Vicki Tufano's parish.
I'm not sure why the child is barefoot as well...
I came across this gem from the talk on the Real Presence:
Real Presence – Encountering the Sacred
What do Catholics mean when we use the term ‘Real Presence’? Is it only the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist, or do we mean something more? This workshop is designed to break open our Catholic theology of Real Presence (people, Word, minister, bread and wine [??!!]), and in so doing assist us to encounter the sacred nature of the Real Presence. (SC, 7)
Ms. Vicki Tufano
Liturgy Training Publications, Chicago, IL
I found that Ms. Tufano serves as a "Pastoral Associate" at her parish, along with some "Deacon Couples," whatever those are.