Session: Living Memories of Vatican 2

“Living Memories of Vatican II”: Our second session of the “Open the Windows” series features Fr. Richard Mauthe who actually experienced Vatican II as a seminarian. He will give his impressions and feelings about the Council experience and then help us explore how valuable the first-hand memories of Pre-Council times really are to us as a Church. Many people are still alive today who remember the Pre-Vatican II Church. How can young people learn from

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Living Memories of Vatican 2

Living Memories of Vatican II

November 1, 2012, 7-8:30 p.m.
St. Anne Parish in Wausau, Wisconsin (Map it!)

  • What did it mean (feelings & impressions) to give living witness to the council experience?
  • How does sharing memories keep the efforts of Vatican II alive today and for the next generations?
  • Those who had personal experience of the context in which the Council came to birth, and of its dynamics as a historical event, still have a unique contribution to make to the assessment and evaluation of its outcome – how do we keep this memory alive?

Father Richard MautheFind out more about Father Richard Mauthe.





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