AUSCP 2021 Assembly

WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?

AUSCP 10th Annual Assembly

June 21-24, 2021

Minneapolis-St. Paul

ALL ARE WELCOME TO JOIN US

Assembly Registration Information

Registration Required: Register online or send a check to: AUSCP P.O. Box 676, Tiffin, OH 44883.

Early Bird Special: If paid by March 31, 2021, cost is $480; after March 31, cost is $500. (No extra charge for Retreat Day for Assembly participants).

Room Reservations: Register online or contact the DoubleTree by Hilton directly at 952-835-7800 or 866-271-8967. Rooms are $119 per night (Standard Room, single or double occupancy) if booked by May 20. Limited availability; rate available three days before and after the Assembly. Refund minus processing fee available for cancellations by June 4.

Assembly Featured Presenters and Leaders

Fr. Michael Joncas

Day Retreat Leader
LIVING IN APOCALYPTIC TIMES
Monday 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 – 3:30 p.m.

Father Jan Michael Joncas, perhaps best known for his composition, On Eagle’s Wings, is an internationally recognized liturgical composer, author, speaker, and professor.He has served as associate pastor, campus minister, and parochial administrator at various parishes and Newman Centers in Minnesota. He has graduate degrees in theology and liturgical studies from the University of Notre Dame and from the Pontifical University of Sant’ Anselmo in Rome.

He has published four books and more than 20 collections of liturgical music, and is currently Artist in Residence and Research Fellow in Catholic Studies at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota. Joncas has interacted with the AUSCP over the years, speaking to the assembly in 2015 and gifting us with “A Place Called Home” to the tune of Finlandia that has been adopted as a theme of the AUSCP. See a recent video, Shelter Me, composed to give home during the pandemic.

Bishop William Wack, CSC

Bishop of Pensacola-Tallahassee
PASTORAL DIRECTIONS FOR OUR U.S. CHURCH GOING FORWARD
Wednesday 10 a.m.

Sr. Margie Klein, SSND

Assembly Contemplative Engagement Guide
Monday – Wednesday

Archbishop John Wester

Archbishop of Santa Fe
Assembly Mass Presider
Wednesday 4 p.m.

Michael Sean Winters

Historian and National Catholic Reporter “Distinctly Catholic” columnist
THE POLITICO-THEOLOGICAL MERGER THAT IS SHAPING THE U.S. CATHOLIC CHURCH
Monday 7 p.m.

Bishop Richard Pates

Minneapolis-St. Paul Archdiocesan Welcomer and Concelebrant
Native of Minneapolis-St. Paul, retired Bishop of Des Moines, IA

Dr. Shannen Dee Williams

Villanova Catholic History Professor
WHY BLACK CATHOLIC HISTORY MATTERS
Tuesday 10 a.m.

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