WESTPORT—Bishop Robert Morneau, retired Auxiliary Bishop of Green Bay, will discuss the “Seven Habits on the Path to Holiness” on April 11, 7 pm at Assumption Parish in Westport.
Bishop Morneau’s talk is being sponsored by the diocesan Leadership Institute as part of its newly launched Bishop’s Lecture Series.
“A few times each year, we will invite a powerful speaker to share a story of Encounter and Accompaniment,” said Patrick Donovan, Executive Director of the Leadership Institute.
“We are all called to become Missionary Disciples, and we are grateful that Bishop Morneau will share his own story with us,” Donovan said.
Bishop Morneau received his episcopal consecration in 1979 from Pope John Paul II.
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.
Bishop Morneau has authored several books and many of his essays appear in such periodicals as US Catholic, St. Anthony Messenger, America, and Emmanuel. In addition to writing, he gives retreats and lectures throughout the United States.