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AUSCP is for all Catholic priests young and old, secular and religious, of any race or ethnicity. Together we bring mutual support and an open forum with a collective collegial voice advocating for priests' well-being and fostering dialogue with all the faithful. We are young but growing every day.

Help us be a voice of hope echoing Vatican II, imitating Pope Francis and bringing peace and joy to our world. Join us now, or re-up today. We need each and every one of you!

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--Fr. Bob Bonnot, AUSCP Board Chair

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                                       AUSCP's VISION

  To be a priests' voice of hope and joy within our pilgrim church.

                                     AUSCP's MISSION

To be an association of U.S. Cathoic priests offering mutual support and a collegial voice, thru dialogue, contemplation & prophetic action on issues affecting Church and society.

August 21, 2014: AUSCP releases two Letters: to Archbishop Kurtz regarding the Roman Missal (Read Here) and to Speaker Boehner, Senator Reid and President Obama regarding Immigration Reform (Read Here).

                                          AUSCP's CONTEXT

As priests in good standing, faithful to the Gospel of Jesus and Catholic tradition, AUSCP members are inspired especially by the conciliar magisterium of Vatican II as affirmed by Pope Francis:

“Vatican II was a re-reading of the Gospel in light of contemporary culture. ... Vatican II produced a renewal movement that simply comes from the same Gospel. Its fruits are enormous. Just recall the liturgy. The work of liturgical reform has been a service to the people as a re-reading of the Gospel from a concrete historical situation. Yes, there are hermeneutics of continuity and discontinuity, but one thing is clear: the dynamic of reading the Gospel, actualizing its message for today—which was typical of Vatican II—is absolutely irreversible." --Pope Francis, AmericaSept. 19, 2013 (Click HERE to read the article)