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Bishop's Lecture Series: Bishop Robert F. Morneau

Diocese of Bridgeport
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You are invited to The Bishop’s Lecture Series, a new initiative of The Leadership Institute. Bishop Caggiano knows that all are called to be Missionary Disciples, so we have identified some stellar examples and invited them to share their stories. A few times each year, we will invite a powerful speaker to share a story of Encounter and Accompaniment. There is no cost but we ask that you RSVP online at www.formationreimagined.org or by phone at 203-416-1670.

Our speaker for the second lecture is Bishop Robert F. Morneau and the theme for the talk will be SEVEN HABITS ON THE PATH TO HOLINESS, which are:

• good vocabulary
• the ho-ho, hum-hum principle
• four imperatives
• seeking balance: WWLL
• spiritual excercises
• identity
• evangelization

In 1978 Robert Morneau was appointed Auxiliary Bishop of Green Bay and Titular Bishop of Massa Lubrense by Pope John Paul II. He received his episcopal consecration in 1979. Through the years, he has served the Diocese as a member of the College of Consultors and the Diocesan Finance Council; as the Vicar for Priests and the Vicar General; and as pastor of Resurrection Parish in Allouez. Bishop Morneau retired in 2013.