In succession to Archbishop Charles Chaput of Denver, who delivered last year's Keynote Address, the organizers have selected a less-widely known bright light in the firmament for this year's star turn: Bishop Robert Morlino of (the People's Republic of) Madison. Notably, Morlino is what our friends on the right would call a "converted Jesuit"; he left the Society to incardinate into the diocese of Kalamazoo in 1981.
The festivities kick off with a liturgy on the evening of 6 April at the capital's St. Matthew's Cathedral. Celebrant and homilist: Uncle Ted, of course.
You know, I might just have to slip (quietly) into this gig and watch.