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The 10th Anniversary June AUSCP Assembly has the focused theme: “Where do we go from here?”  Fr. Michael Joncas will begin Assembly gathering with a morning and afternoon of retreat on Monday, June 21st. Fr. Joncas will incorporate music within his retreat presentations. He has titled the retreat: Living in Apocalyptic Times.   He asks for your help in refining the retreat’s message by ranking the four areas below.  Place a 1 in the blank for the MOST IMPORTANT, 2 for the next important, etc. 

The 2021 Assembly promises to be a positive experience for those attending.  We hope you will be present for our 10th Anniversary Assembly in Minneapolis, but even if you are unable, we are interested in your survey response.  Please take 5 minutes to rank the four options and use the survey’s “reply” option.  Thank you.

Fr. Kevin Clinton—Leadership Team Member

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* 1. Please read all four options, then click on the arrows to place a 1 in the blank for the MOST IMPORTANT, 2 for the next in importance, etc, until you have ranked all four.

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* 2. Do you plan to register for the 2021 AUSCP June Assembly in Minneapolis?

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* 3. Who is Fr. (Jan) Michael Joncas?

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Ordained in 1980 as a priest of the Archdiocese of St. Paul-Minneapolis, MN, Fr. (Jan) Michael Joncas holds degrees in English from the (then) College of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN, and in liturgical studies from the University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN.   From 1987 to 1991, he was focused on graduate study in Rome where he earned a doctorate in liturgical studies from the Pontificio Istituto Liturgico of the Ateneo S. Anselmo in Rome.   From 1991 he has taught in graduate programs in theology at the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN; St. John’s University, Collegeville, MN; the University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN; and the Angelicum University, Rome, Italy, among other institutions.   He has served as a parochial vicar, a campus minister, and a parochial administrator (pastor).  He is the author of six books and more than two hundred fifty articles and reviews in journals such as Worship, Ecclesia Orans, and Questions Liturgiques.  He has composed and arranged more than 300 pieces of liturgical music. He is currently Artist in Residence and Research Fellow in Catholic Studies at the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, Minnesota.

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* 4. Further comments?

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