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File - Tepeyac Institute, Diocese of El Paso, Texas
Instituto Tepeyac Institute
Summer Institute 2015
"Read, Study, and Know the Bible"
June 8-20, 2015
Instituto de Verano 2015
"Leer, estudiar y conocer la Biblia"
Del 8 al 20 de junio, 2015
(915) 872-8420 - 499 St. Matthews St., El Paso, Tx. 79907
www.tepeyacinstitute.com
Summer Institute 2015/ Instituto de Verano 2015
For 27 years Tepeyac Institute has offered courses in theology, scripture, social justice, and spirituality with local and
visiting international faculty from major Catholic Universities. Courses will be offered this summer to Foster spiritual
growth, update theology and religious formation, assist you in gaining pastoral skills. In these classes you will meet
other ministers throughout the diocese and you will be able to take some classes for re-certification of your ministry.
Some Summer Institute classes will be eligible for Ministry renewal.
Por 27 años el Instituto Tepeyac ha ofrecido cursos, talleres, y retiros en teología, sagradas escrituras, justicia social y
espiritualidad, con presentadores de universidades católicas. Este verano ofreceremos cursos para guiarlos en su
crecimiento spiritual, la actualización teológica y formación religiosa, asistirlos en el entrenamiento pastoral. En estas clases tendran la oportunidad de conocer otros ministros diocesanos y podra tomas algunas clases validas para la
re-certificación de su ministerio.
Week I - Semana I
June 8-11 • 10 a.m.—12 noon/ 8-11 de junio • 10 a.m.—12 noon
1. "Catechesis" - Sr. Elizabeth Anne Swartz, SSND.
2. "Be the Sacrament you celebrate" - Manny Barrios, LBSW., MPS.
3. ¿Tienes hambre de la palabra de Dios? - Margarita Armendariz M.A.,
4. "PRAY.SERVE.GIVE. Our Faith in Action - Janine Young, Cynthia Trejo, and Martha L. Marmolejo
5. "Apocalipsis" - Rev. Antonio Mena
June 8-11 • 7:00 p.m.— 9:00 p.m./ 8-11 de junio • 7:00 p.m.— 9:00 p.m.
6. "The Cross and the Table: Christianity Answer to World Violence" - Fr. Bob Dueweke O.S.A., Ph.D.
7. Haciendo conexión con nuestros hijos - Louise Rauseo, RN., MS.
8. Sacraments of the Church – Origins and Developments - A Survey - James L. Hubbard, MS., MPS.
9. Divorce and Remarriage in the Catholic Church - Fr. Tony Celino, STB., M.DIV., JCL.
10. "Se el Sacramento que celebras" - Manny Barrios LBSW, MPS.
11. REZAR.SERVIR.DAR.- Nestra fe en acción - Janine Young, Cynthia Trejo, and Martha L. Marmolejo
Saturday June 13
12. Buscando la salud fisica de nuestras comunidades parroquiales— Salud y Bienstar de Tepeyac
13. Los Sueños y el Duelo - Margarita Armendariz, M.A.
14. Interfaith Dialogue in Islam: Principals and Practice - Ali R. Candir, M.A.
15. “Who are you called to be? Igniting a flame” - Amanda Murillo-Estrada
16. "PRAY.SERVE.GIVE. Our Faith in Action - Janine Young, Cynthia Trejo, and Martha L. Marmolejo
17. Seeking the physical health of our Parish Communities– Ministry Health and Well being
18. Sexual Misconduct and Safe Environment Workshop – Diana Mendez Bulko, MPS
Summer Institute 2015/ Instituto de Verano 2015
Week II - Semana II
June 15-18 • 10 a.m.—12 noon/ 15-18 de junio • 10 a.m.—12 noon
19."Catechesis" - Sr. Elizabeth Anne Swartz, SSND
20. REZAR.SERVIR.DAR.- Nestra fe en acción - Janine Young, Cynthia Trejo, and Martha L. Marmolejo
21. Are you hungry for God's Word? - Margarita Armendariz M.A.
22. De dioses y de hombres, Secularismos ateos y fanatismos religiosos - Rev. Miguel Angel Serrano
June 15-18 • 7:00 p.m.— 9:00 p.m./ 15-18 de junio • 7:00 p.m.— 9:00 p.m.
23. Connecting with Your Children - Louise Rauseo, RN, MS.
24. Daniel and Revelation - Harry Fledderman, Ph.D
25. The Trinity and contemplative prayer - "Teaching spiritual things Spiritually" - Jack Mooney
26. MARIA: "toda de Dios y tan humana" Padre Miguel Angel Serrano
27. "Jesus y las mujeres en el evangelio, Interpretacion biblica desde la perspectiva femenina" - Hna. Enedina Juarez
28. Evangelizar hoy: “Siguiendo los pasos del Papa Francisco”- Padre Jose Moreno de la Helguera
29. "PRAY.SERVE.GIVE. Our Faith in Action—Janine Young, Cynthia Trejo, and Martha L. Marmolejo
30. Introduction to Pastoral Moral Theology - Jean Ponder Soto, Ph.D
Saturday June 20
31. "We can do it?": Ways to build trust and make a difference - Beth Riehle
32. The Trinity and contemplative prayer - "Teaching spiritual things Spiritually" - Jack Mooney
33. Grief Dreams - Margarita Armendariz, M.A.
34. Retiro para despedir agradecios a nuestros seres queridos - Rev. Miguel Angel Serrano
35. What Did You Say?....-Dr. Jean Soto, James L. Hubbard MS, MPS & Anthony Castanares BS, MS.
36. REZAR.SERVIR.DAR.- Nestra fe en accion - Janine Young, Cynthia Trejo, and Martha L. Marmolejo
Youth and Young Adults Classes
Class # 15
“Who are you called to be? “Igniting a flame”
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Join other 7th and 8th grade students in a morning of worship, prayer and fun!!!
Class # 31
“We can do it!” Ways to build trust and make a difference
Class # 26 & class # 30
Join other youth leaders to learn new strategies for building rust,
enchancing communication and knowing how to work together more effective.
Week I - Semana I
The Morning Classes – Clases por la Mañana
June 8-11 • 10 a.m.—12 noon/ 8-11 de junio • 10 a.m.—12 noon
1. “Catechesis”
Students will utilize the General Directory for Catechesis and the National Directory for Catechesis as they explore the fundamental task of catechesis, which is the formation of disciples of Jesus. Course will also explore practical applications for classroom teachers. (Course for certification for teachers in Catholic schools. Monday to Friday)
Sr. Elizabeth Anne Swartz, SSND is a member of the Central Pacific Province of the School Sisters of Notre
Dame, who holds a Bachelor’s degree from Notre Dame of Maryland University in Elementary Education, a
Master’s degree in Teaching from Trinity University in Washington, D.C. and 27 hrs. in post-graduate work
in School Administration and Supervision from Texas Woman’s University. She has 16 years experience as
an elementary teacher, fourteen years as principal, one year as associate superintendent and 19 years as
superintendent of Catholic Schools in El Paso.
Dates: Monday-Friday: June 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
Classroom: Martyrs of the Americas
2. “Be the Sacrament You Celebrate”
(CLASS VALID TO RENEW YOUR MINISTRY)
The Eucharist is the ‘source and summit’ for Christian living. Today many people do not believe that the sacraments are necessary. Participants will examine the rituals of the sacraments and how they are connected to everyday life. Required book: K. Hughes, “Becoming the Sign” (Paulist press, kindle version available).
Jose Manny Barrios, LBSW, MPS earned a Bachelor of Social Work degree from the University of Texas
at El Paso in 1992 and is licensed by the Texas State Board of Social Worker Examiners. Mr. Barrios also
earned a Master of Pastoral Studies from Loyola University New Orleans in 2009. He is currently the Parish Life Coordinator/church Administrator. at
Dates: Monday-Thursday: June 8, 9, 10, 11
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
Classroom: San Martin De Porres
3. ¿Tienes hambre de la palabra de Dios? (CLASE VALIDA PARA RENOVAR SU MINISTERIO)
En este curso a través del evangelio según San Marcos y la Exhortación Apostólica del Santo Padre Francisco, “La Alegría del
Evangelio”, descubriremos de nuevo que Jesús es quien nos busca para alimentarnos, devolvernos la alegría y enviarnos a ser
mensajeros alegres de la PALABRA que llena el corazón .
Margarita Armendáriz M.A., recibió su maestría de consejería y psicología en el Instituto Graduado de
Santa Bárbara, California. Ella lleva a cabo seminarios, retiros y talleres sobre espiritualidad.
Fecha: lunes – jueves, 8, 9, 10, 11 de junio
Hora: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Salón: Guadalupe
4. PRAY. SERVE. GIVE. – Our Faith in Action
Prayer is powerful, service is humbling, and giving unites us. This workshop will focus on the fundamental principles to
develop a spiritual stewardship life. The course is beneficial for parish staffs, pastoral and finance councils.
Janine Young is the Chief Operating Officer of the Foundation for the Diocese of El Paso, Inc. and
has been with the Diocese since 2000. She has more than 25 years of experience in fundraising
including grant writing, annual appeals, and promoting Stewardship as a way of life. She is the
author of the Centennial History of the Diocese of El Paso.
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Dates: Monday-Thursday: June 8, 9, 10, 11
Cynthia Trejo Development Coordinator
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
Martha L. Marmolejo Progress Assistant
Classroom: Flores A
Week I - Semana I
The Morning Classes – Clases por la Mañana
June 8-11 • 10 a.m.—12 noon/ 8-11 de junio • 10 a.m.—12 noon
5. “Apocalipsis” (CLASE VALIDA PARA RENOVAR SU MINISTERIO)
Presentar una visión global de la temática que presenta el libro del Apocalipsis en una dimensión positiva y alentadora de la
historia, proporcionando una lectura crítica del pasado, presente y futuro de la iglesia y de la humanidad. Entre otros temas
revisaremos: Panorama general, la manifestación de Cristo el Señor, Las siete cartas de la Iglesia universal, los siete sellos, las
siete trompetas, los siete signos, las siete copas, la ramera sentenciada, el fin del mundo, la feliz consumación, la mujer y la
serpiente, y la liturgia celestial.
Rev. Antonio Mena Es Licenciado en teología y filosofía por la Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana de Colombia UPB (1982) y Licenciado en Antropología Misionera, por el Instituto Misionero de Antropología
IMA, adscrito a la UPB (1990) durante 5 años sirvió como misionero en selvas colombianas. Participo como profesor de Teología y Eclesiología en el Instituto Tepeyac (1988- 1989) Tiene 28 años de experiencia
sacerdotal en la Diócesis de El Paso, Texas y actualmente es párroco de Corpus Christi, miembro del
consejo diocesano presbiteral y director espiritual del Apostolado de la Cruz.
Fecha: lunes – jueves, 8, 9, 10, 11 de junio
Hora: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 medio día
Salón: Pinto Room
Week I - Semana I
The Evening Classes – Clases por la noche
June 8-11 • 7:00 p.m.—9:00 p.m./ 8-11 de junio • 7:00 p.m.—9:00 p.m.
6. “The Cross and the Table”: Christianity’s Answer to World Violence
The Cross of Christ captures the violence in today’s world, from domestic violence, to school bullying to wars and terrorism.
Christ hanging on the cross poses this question to all peoples: What is the answer to total violence? The answer is the table of
the Eucharist. (More information on this course will be posted on the Tepeyac website.)
Fr. Bob Dueweke, OSA, PhD. is the Director of Tepeyac Institute . He holds a Ph.D. in theology from the
University of St. Paul in Ottawa , Canada. Fr. Bob has been a missionary in Peru, has taught in the seminary and has worked for the Arch-diocese of Chicago.
Dates: Monday-Thursday: June 8, 9, 10, 11
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 pm
Classroom: Martyrs of the Americas
7. Haciendo conexión con nuestros hijos
Cuatro tardes para explorar las áreas que pueden preocupar a los padres mientras trabajan para construir sólidas conexiones
con sus hijos, desde la infancia hasta la edad adulta. 1. familia vida en un mundo ansioso. 2. las edades y etapas de la vida
familiar. 3. los valores y las opciones en una cultura 4. las relaciones que construyen la madurez.
Louise Rauseo, RN, MS, terapeuta familiar y entrenadora: 1980 hasta el presente. (Annapolis, MD
y El Paso), Educadora: sistemas de teoría y práctica familiar Bowen-(centro de familia de Georgetown, Washington, DC y programas en la frontera, El Paso/Cd.Juarez)Directora – programas fronterizos CSNSF – 1994 – 2014. Educadora en enfermería:
1974-1980 (Anne Arundel Community College)
Fecha: lunes – jueves, 8, 9, 10, 11 de junio
Hora: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 pm
Salón: San Martin De Porres
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8. Sacraments of the Church – Origins and Developments (CLASS VALID TO RENEW YOUR MINISTRY)
The course will briefly trace the origins of the idea of sacrament and then will examine each of the seven Catholic sacraments
to identify their origin, history, and how they have evolved to the present day. We will consider official Church teachings and
theological opinions to arrive at a better understanding of the sacraments.
James L. Hubbard, MS, MPS, earned a Master of Pastoral Studies with a focus on Parish Life and Administration from Loyola University New Orleans. Mr. Hubbard is a parishioner at St Mark Church and
has been an Adjunct Faculty member at Tepeyac Institute since 2003. He is the Loyola University Liaison
(LIMEX) for Tepeyac Institute. Now retired, he has been a speaker at several local parishes, at a regional
St Vincent de Paul Conference and at the El Paso Serra Club.
Dates: Monday-Thursday: June 8, 9, 10, 11
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 pm
Classroom: Guadalupe Room
9. Divorce and Remarriage in the Catholic Church
Revisiting the debate and disquieting the myths concerning marriage nullity in the Catholic Church.
Fr. Tony Celino, STB, M.DIV., JCL is the Vicar General/ Moderator of the Curia of the Diocese of El Paso
and Parochial administrator of Santa Lucia Parish. He earned a license in Canon Law from the Catholic
University of America in Washing-ton, D.C.
Dates: Monday-Thursday: June 8, 9, 10, 11
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 pm
Classroom: Pinto Room
10. “Sé el sacramento que celebras” (CLASE VALIDA PARA RENOVAR SU MINISTERIO)
La Eucaristía es la “cumbre y fuente” de la vida cristiana. En estos tiempos, mucha gente piensa que los sacramentos no son
necesarios. Los participantes examinarán los ritos de los sacramentos y la forma en que están relacionados con la vida diaria.
Jose Manny Barrios, LBSW, MPS Licenciado en Trabajo Social graduado de la Universidad de Texas en
El Paso en 1992, y autorizado por el consejo de Trabajo Social y examinadores del Estado de Texas. El Sr.
Barrios cuenta también con maestría en estudios pastorales de la Universidad de Loyola en Nuevo Orleans
obtenida en 2009. Actualmente es el administrador y Coordinador de la Parroquia de Cristo Rey en el Paso, Texas.
Fecha: lunes – jueves, 8, 9, 10, 11 de junio
Hora: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 pm
Salón: Flores A
11. REZAR. SERVIR. DAR. – Nuestra fe en acción:
la oración es poderosa, el servicio es humilde, y dando nos une. Este taller se centrará en los principios fundamentales para
desarrollar una vida espiritual mayordomía. Este taller será bueno para los que participan en los equipos y los consejos de la
parroquia, como los de la pastoral y de finanzas.
Janine Young es la Directora de Operaciones de la Fundación para la Diócesis de El Paso, Inc. y ha
estado con la diócesis desde 2000. Tiene más de 25 años de experiencia en la recaudación de fondos,
incluyendo redacción de propuestas, apelaciones anuales, y la promoción de la corresponsabilidad
como una forma de vida. Ella es el autor de la Historia del Centenario de la Diócesis de El Paso.
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Cynthia Trejo Development Coordinator
Martha L. Marmolejo Progress Assistant
Fecha: lunes – jueves, 8, 9, 10, 11 de junio
Hora: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 pm
Salón: Flores B
Saturday I - Sabado I
June 13 /13 de junio
12. Buscando la salud física de nuestras comunidades parroquiales
(Sin Costo)
"Tu cuerpo es templó de la naturaleza y del espíritu divino. Consérvalo sano, respétalo, estúdialo, concédele sus derechos"Henry F. Amiel
Objetivo: Formar ministerios de salud dentro de las comunidades parroquiales, que ayuden a mejorar la calidad de vida, la
salud y el bienestar de nuestros hermanos y sus familias.
Los asistentes al taller unificarán la información necesaria que les ayude a establecer el ministerio de salud en la parroquia a
la que pertenecen a través de conocimientos, experiencias, etc.
Ministerio de Salud y Bienestar de Tepeyac: el Ministerio de Salud y Bienestar del Instituto Tepeyac fue fundada en
octubre de 2012. Hoy el ministerio está compuesto por 9 profesionales todos con diferentes conexiones a la salud, la educación y los ministerios.
Fecha: sabado, 13 de junio
Hora: 9:00 a.m. – 12noon
Salon: Flores B
13. Los Sueños y el Duelo
La muerte de un ser querido o un cambio de vida importante duele profundamente. Dios nunca nos abandona y está presente en todas las dimensiones de nuestras vidas. Los sueños proveen un puente para sanar y ayudarnos a seguir adelante en la
jornada de la vida. También cubriremos otros tipos de sueños que nos retan a crecer y hacer un cambio de corazón.
Margarita Armendáriz M.A., recibió su maestría de consejería y psicología en el Instituto Graduado de
Santa Bárbara, California. Ella lleva a cabo seminarios, retiros y talleres sobre espiritualidad
Fecha: sabado 13 de junio
Hora: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00pm
Salon: Martyrs of the Americas
14. Interfaith Dialogue in Islam: Principles and Practice
Dialogue between the followers of diverse faiths is becoming more important and needed in our rapidly changing societies.
This course aims:
• To present the principles of interfaith dialogue in Islam, especially with Judaism and Christianity
• To explore how Muslims are involved with interfaith efforts in our times, and to provide brief overview about American
Muslims.
Ali R. Candir, M.A, is the executive director for the Dialogue Institute of the Southwest, a non-profit organization that promotes dialogue, mutual understanding, respect and cooperation among people of diverse faiths. He has a Master of Arts degree in Islamic Studies and Christian-Muslim relations from Hartford Seminary in Connecticut. As president of the Gulen Institute at the University of Houston, he has
hosted distinguished personalities including Mr. Kofi Annan and President Vicente Fox. He is a Muslim
chaplain at St. Luke’s hospital in Houston and speaks English, Turkish, and Spanish.
Dates: Saturday, June 13
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 pm
Classroom:
Pinto Room
Saturday I - Sabado I
June 13 /13 de junio
15. ‘Who are you called to be? Igniting a Flame”
Who are you called to be? How will you use your gifts to change the world around you? Join other 7th and 8th grade students in a morning of worship, prayer and fun as we look at these questions! Come meet other middle school students and
discover the amazing adventure that you began at your Baptism.
Amanda Murillo-Estrada was born and raised in El Paso, Texas. She received a BS in Mathematics with
a supplementary degree in Theology, and also a Masters Degree in Theology from the University of Notre
Dame. Upon returning to El Paso she has taught high school theology and currently teach religion for
middle school students. She has been married for three years.
Dates: Saturday, June 13
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 pm
Classroom: Guadalupe Room
16. PRAY. SERVE. GIVE. – Our Faith in Action
Prayer is powerful, service is humbling, and giving unites us. This workshop will focus on the fundamental principles to develop a spiritual stewardship life. The course is beneficial for parish staffs, pastoral and finance councils.
Janine Young is the Chief Operating Officer of the Foundation for the Diocese of El Paso, Inc. and
has been with the Diocese since 2000. She has more than 25 years of experience in fundraising including grant writing, annual appeals, and promoting Stewardship as a way of life. She is the author
of the Centennial History of the Diocese of El Paso.
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Cynthia Trejo Development Coordinator
Dates: Saturday, June 13
Martha L. Marmolejo Progress Assistant
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 pm
Classroom: Romero Room
17. Seeking the physical health of our parish communities:
(No Fee)
"Your body is a temple of nature and the divine spirit. Keep it healthy, respect it, study it, and grant it its rights" -Henry F.
Amiel Objective: To foster health ministries within the parish communities to help improve the quality of life, health and
welfare of our brothers and their families. Participants will unify the necessary information to help them establish a health
ministry in their parish; through knowledge, experience, etc.
Ministry of Health and Well being: Tepeyac Institute’s Ministry of Health and Well-Being was founded in October 2012. Today the ministry is composed of 9 professionals all with different connections to health, education and
ministries.
Dates: Saturday, June 13
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 12noon
Classroom: Flores A
18. Sexual Misconduct and Safe Environment Workshop
(No Fee)
These workshops are for all volunteers and employees of the diocese and are necessary for compliance with the
Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People.
Diana Mendez Bulko, MPS earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Texas at
El Paso in 1982. Mrs. Bulko received her Certificate in Theology through Tepeyac in 2008 & earned a Masters in
Pastoral Studies from Loyola University New Orleans in 2012. She is also a facilitator for the Limex Program for
Loyola University New Orleans. She presents Sexual Misconduct and Safe Environment Workshop for volunteers
and employees of the Diocese of EL Paso.
Dates:
Saturday, June 13
Time:
9:00 a.m. – 12noon
Classroom:
San Martin De Porres
Week II - Semana II
The Morning Classes – Clases por la Mañana
June 15-18 • 10 a.m.—12 noon/ 15-18 de junio • 10 a.m.—12 noon
19. “Catechesis”
Students will utilize the General Directory for Catechesis and the National Directory for Catechesis as they explore the fundamental task of catechesis, which is the formation of disciples of Jesus. Course will also explore practical applications for classroom teachers. (Course for certification for teachers in Catholic schools. Monday to Friday)
Sr. Elizabeth Anne Swartz, SSND is a member of the Central Pacific Province of the School Sisters of Notre
Dame, who holds a Bachelor’s degree from Notre Dame of Maryland University in Elementary Education, a
Master’s degree in Teaching from Trinity University in Washington, D.C. and 27 hrs. in post-graduate work
in School Administration and Supervision from Texas Woman’s University. She has 16 years experience as
an elementary teacher, fourteen years as principal, one year as associate superintendent and 19 years as
superintendent of Catholic Schools in El Paso.
Dates: Monday-Friday: June 15, 16, 17, 18, 19
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
Classroom:
Martyrs of the Americas
20. REZAR. SERVIR. DAR. – Nuestra fe en acción:
la oración es poderosa, el servicio es humilde, y dando nos une. Este taller se centrará en los principios fundamentales para
desarrollar una vida espiritual mayordomía. Este taller será bueno para los que participan en los equipos y los consejos de la
parroquia, como los de la pastoral y de finanzas.
Janine Young es la Directora de Operaciones de la Fundación para la Diócesis de El Paso, Inc. y ha
estado con la diócesis desde 2000. Tiene más de 25 años de experiencia en la recaudación de fondos,
incluyendo redacción de propuestas, apelaciones anuales, y la promoción de la corresponsabilidad
como una forma de vida. Ella es el autor de la Historia del Centenario de la Diócesis de El Paso.
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Cynthia Trejo Development Coordinator
Fecha: lunes – jueves, 15, 16, 17, 18 de junio
Martha L. Marmolejo Progress Assistant
Hora: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 medio día
Salón: Flores A
21. Are you hungry for God’s Word?: (CLASS VALID TO RENEW YOUR MINISTRY)
In this course, through the Gospel according to Mark and the Apostolic Exhortation of Pope Francis, “The Joy of the Gospel,”
we will discover again that it is Jesus who seeks to feed us, to restore our joy, and to send us into the world to be joyful messengers of the WORD that fills the heart.
Margarita Armendariz has a Masters in Counseling and Psychology from the Pacific Graduate Institute
in Santa Barbara, California. She conducts seminars, retreats, and workshops on spirituality
Dates: Monday-Friday: June 15, 16, 17, 18
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
Classroom: Guadalupe
22. De dioses y de hombres: “Secularismos ateos y fanatismos religiosos”
Vive el cristiano, en el tiempo presente, un gran reto: dar razón de su esperanza en un mundo dividido entre una cultura
que ha sacado a Dios y un tipo de religión que se arriesga a volverse fundamentalista, fanática y deshumanizante. Taller
donde se analizarán dos procesos vinculados a nuestra fe cristiana católica: ateísmo práctico y el fanatismo religioso.
Padre Miguel Ángel Serrano Gerardo: Sacerdote ordenado desde 2005 en la diócesis de Hermosillo, Sonora. Realizó un diplomado, en el Instituto Centroamericano de Espiritualidad de Guatemala, sobre acompañamiento y formación para acompañantes en el 2007. Actualmente coordina la
formación permanente del presbiterio de su diócesis.
Fecha: lunes – jueves, 15, 16, 17, 18 de junio
Hora: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 medio día
Salón: Pinto
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23. Connecting with Your Children
Four evenings that will explore the areas that can trouble parents, while working to build solid connections with our children, from childhood through adulthood. 1. Family life in an anxious world. 2. Ages and stages of family life. 3. Values and
choices in a changing culture. 4. Relationships that build maturity.
Louise Rauseo, RN, MS, Family Therapist and Coach: 1980 to present. (Annapolis, MD and El Paso),
Educator: Bowen Family Systems Theory and Practice -since 1980 (Georgetown Family Center, Washington, DC and programs at the border, El Paso/Cd.Juarez)Director – CSNSF Border Programs – 1994 –
2014 (Center for the Study of Natural Systems and the Family, Programs at the Border…El Paso/Cd. Juarez). Educator in Nursing: 1974-1980 (Anne Arundel Community College)
Dates: Monday-Friday: June 15, 16, 17, 18
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 pm
Classroom: San Martin De Porres
24. “Daniel and Revelation” (CLASS VALID TO RENEW OUR MINISTRY)
An apocalypse is a form of revelatory literature in which a human being receives a supernatural revelation through an angelic
being. The revelation discloses a transcendent world where humans encounter final judgment which rewards the faithful
and punishes the unjust. Two apocalypses Daniel in the Old Testament and Revelation in the New Testament, made it into
the biblical canon. This course will explore the literary form of an apocalypse and probe the rich theology the apocalypses
articulate.
Harry T. Fleddermann Ph.D graduated with a doctorate in biblical studies from the Graduate Theological Union in 1978. He served as Professor of Religious Studies at Alverno College in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, for twenty-five years. Now retired, he continues to do research and to write on the gospels.
Dates: Monday-Friday: June 15, 16, 17, 18
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 pm
Classroom: Martyrs of the Americas
25. The Trinity and contemplative prayer - “Teaching spiritual things spiritually” (1cor 2:13)
(CLASS VALID TO RENEW OUR MINISTRY)
We will explore the central mystery of Christian faith and life, the trinity, integrating the Christian contemplative tradition
with emphasis on the practice of contemplative prayer.
Jack Mooney is former El Paso Diocesan Director of Adult Religious Formation. He has a Certificate in
Pastoral Studies from Loyola University, New Orleans with a Specialty in Spirituality and is Faculty at
Tepeyac Institute and Faculty at John Paul II Institute, Diocese of Ft. Worth. Jack has presented throughout the country retreats, parish renewal programs and teachings and workshops on Evangelization, spirituality and Liturgy.
Dates: Monday-Friday: June 15, 16, 17, 18
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 pm
Classroom: Guadalupe
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26. “MARIA: toda de Dios y tan humana” (CLASE VALIDA PARA RENOVAR SU MINISTERIO )
Necesario es realizar una reflexión seria, profunda y actualizada sobre el lugar de María en la existencia cristiana, tomando en
cuenta los temas sobre Cristo, el ser humano, y la espiritualidad a fin de realizar las aplicaciones adecuadas a los problemas
cruciales de la fe, de la Iglesia, de nuestra sociedad en crisis y la época de cambio actual.
Padre Miguel Ángel Serrano Gerardo: Sacerdote ordenado desde 2005 en la diócesis de Hermosillo,
Sonora. Realizó un diplomado, en el Instituto Centroamericano de Espiritualidad de Guatemala, sobre
acompañamiento y formación para acompañantes en el 2007. Actualmente coordina la formación permanente del presbiterio de su diócesis.
Fecha: lunes – jueves, 15, 16, 17, 18 de junio
Hora: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 medio día
Salón: Flores A
27. “Jesús y las mujeres en el evangelio. Interpretación bíblica desde la perspectiva femenina”
Abordaremos algunos pasajes de los Evangelios para que, releyéndolos desde los aportes de las mujeres teólogas y hermeneutas, seamos introducidos a la fascinante riqueza bíblica, siempre nueva, ayudándonos a profundizar sensiblemente la fe cristiana.
Hna. Enedina Juárez, Religiosa de la Congregación de Las Hermanas de San José de Lyon. Licenciatura
en Psicología por la Universidad de Guanajuato, México. Licenciatura en Teología por la Universidad Iberoamericana de la Ciudad de México. Colabora en la formación bíblica teológica para las comunidades en
español en la Catedral de San Patricio.
Fecha: lunes – jueves, 15, 16, 17, 18 de junio
Hora: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 medio día
Salón: Flores B
28. Evangelizar hoy: “Siguiendo los pasos del Papa Francisco”
(CLASE VALIDA PARA RENOVAR SU MINISTERIO )
1. “La alegría de vivir y anunciar el evangelio”
2 “Salir con la iglesia hacia los hombres y el mundo”
3. “La alegría de caminar con Jesús entre los hombres”
4. “El anuncio del evangelio, fuente de alegría.
Presentador José Moreno de la Helguera, nacido en Cuba, después de cursar estudios universitarios de
Química en la Universidad de Oviedo (España), ingreso en el Instituto Secular Acies Christi. Es ordenado
sacerdote del mismo en 1955 y obtiene la licenciatura en Teología por la Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca (España). Durante muchos años ha desempeñado diversos cargos en el citado Instituto, incluida su
Dirección General. Ha dedicado sus esfuerzos, en particular, a la formación de la juventud, al trabajo entre
matrimonios cristianos y al estudio de la condición de los laicos dentro de la Iglesia. Padre José Moreno de
La Helguera:
Fecha: lunes – jueves, 15, 16, 17, 18 de junio
Hora: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 medio día
Salón: Madre Teresa, 2400 E. Yandell
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29. PRAY. SERVE. GIVE. – Our Faith in Action
Prayer is powerful, service is humbling, and giving unites us. This workshop will focus on the fundamental principles to develop a spiritual stewardship life. The course is beneficial for parish staffs, pastoral and finance councils.
Janine Young is the Chief Operating Officer of the Foundation for the Diocese of El Paso, Inc. and
has been with the Diocese since 2000. She has more than 25 years of experience in fundraising including grant writing, annual appeals, and promoting Stewardship as a way of life. She is the author
of the Centennial History of the Diocese of El Paso.
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Cynthia Trejo Development Coordinator
Martha L. Marmolejo Progress Assistant
Dates: Monday-Friday: June 15, 16, 17, 18
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 pm
Classroom: Romero
30. Introduction to Pastoral Moral Theology
This course is a hybrid: 4 classes are scheduled at night during the Summer Institute followed by 4 classes that are on line.
This course provides participants with knowledge of the foundations of moral theology.
Course Goals: To grasp the methods, role and function of pastoral moral theology, to realize pastoral moral theology in the
context of the gospel of Jesus Christ, and to apply pastoral moral theology in the context of our lives.
Topics to be covered are:
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Human anthropology
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Sources of moral knowledge in the Magisterium, Scriptures, human reason and experience
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Conscience formation and moral decision making
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Sin, personal and social
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Types of conversion
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Virtues and values
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Moral theology and spirituality.
The class will examine moral issues on the environment and the report for the Synod of Bishops on the Family. Participants
will choose a topic of their choice on which to demonstrate moral issues and decision- making.
The online portion of the class is scheduled for the weeks of June 20, 28, July 5 and 12.
By July 17, which is the end of the online portion, the participants will have completed 20 hours. Successful completion of this course qualifies for CEU credits.
Jean Ponder Soto, PhD is a native of El Paso. For over 30 years she has been involved in lay ministry,
social justice work, and adult faith formation in the U.S., Mexico, and Europe. She received an M.A. in
Philosophy from Boston College and a Ph.D. in Theology from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, CA. Jean is the mother of four daughters, and the grandmother of 10 grandchildren. She is adjunct
faculty at Santa Clara University, CA, and Tepeyac Institute
Dates: Monday-Friday: June 15, 16, 17, 18
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 pm
Classroom: Pinto
Saturday II - Sabado II
June 20 /20 de junio
31. “We can do it!” Ways to build trust and make a difference (class has a limited of 20 participants)
The course will teach you new strategies for building trust, enhancing communication, and knowing how to work together
more effectively as groups. These strategies use group games and other initiatives. This course is valuable for youth leaders,
catechists and teachers. (A brochure is available.)
Beth Riehle has conducted these workshops at schools and colleges for more than 20 years. As a missioner in El Salvador she facilitated community building events and trainer workshops for catechists and
teachers.
Dates: Saturday, June 20
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 pm
Classroom: Flores A
32. The Trinity and contemplative prayer - “Teaching spiritual things spiritually” (1cor 2:13)
(CLASS VALID TO RENEW YOUR MINISTRY )
We will explore the central mystery of Christian faith and life, the trinity, integrating the Christian contemplative tradition
with emphasis on the practice of contemplative prayer.
Jack Mooney is former El Paso Diocesan Director of Adult Religious Formation. He has a Certificate in
Pastoral Studies from Loyola University, New Orleans with a Specialty in Spirituality and is Faculty at
Tepeyac Institute and Faculty at John Paul II Institute, Diocese of Ft. Worth. Jack has presented throughout the country retreats, parish renewal programs and teachings and workshops on Evangelization, spirituality and Liturgy.
Dates: Saturday, June 20
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 pm
Classroom: San Martin De Porres
33. Grief Dreams
Death and loss are part of our lives and our hearts hurt profoundly. God never abandons us and is present in every dimension of our lives. Dreams can provide a bridge for healing and moving forward in the journey of life. We will also cover other
types of dreams that challenge us to grow and make a change of heart.
Margarita Armendariz has a Masters in Counseling and Psychology from the Pacific Graduate Institute
in Santa Barbara, California. She conducts seminars, retreats, and workshops on spirituality
Dates: Saturday, June 20
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 pm
Classroom: Martyrs of the Americas
34. Retiro para despedir agradecidos a nuestros seres queridos
(CLASE VALIDA PARA RENOVAR SU MINISTERIO)
Retiro en donde podrán los participantes realizar algunos ejercicios sensibles que les ayuden a mejorar sus procesos de duelo por la pérdida de un ser querido. Con elementos teológicos que nos permitan poner en manos de Dios con esperanza a
nuestros seres queridos difuntos.
Padre Miguel Ángel Serrano Gerardo: Sacerdote ordenado desde 2005 en la diócesis de Hermosillo, Sonora. Realizó un diplomado, en el Instituto Centroamericano de Espiritualidad de Guatemala, sobre acompañamiento y formación para acompañantes en el 2007. Actualmente coordina la
formación permanente del presbiterio de su diócesis.
Fecha: sábado, 20 de junio
Hora: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00pm
Salon: Pinto Room
Saturday II - Sabado II
June 20 /20 de junio
35. What Did You Say? What Does It Mean? Our Surveys Results from the Bishops’ Synod on the
Family:
Did you take the surveys–-or not? In either case, you will find in this workshop an interesting snapshot of what a sample of
us believe, think and need concerning family life.
In this workshop we explore how laypersons in the Diocese of El Paso responded to the two surveys that were presented to
the Bishops’ Synod on the family.
This is a workshop–and so we will work together to discover what our responses could mean about us as Catholics and how
we live our faith within our families.
How do we compare with other dioceses? To find out we examine the reports from other dioceses.
Jean Ponder Soto, Ph.D. is a native of El Paso. For over 30 years she has been involved in lay ministry,
social justice work, and adult faith formation in the U.S., Mexico, and Europe. She received an M.A. in
Philosophy from Boston College and a Ph.D. in Theology from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, CA. Jean is the mother of four daughters, and the grandmother of 10 grandchildren. She is adjunct
faculty at Santa Clara University, CA, and Tepeyac Institute.
James L. Hubbard, MS, MPS earned a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Physics from the University of Texas at El Paso in 1974. He earned a Master of Science in Computer Science from The Johns Hopkins University in 1983 and a Master of Pastoral Studies with a focus on Parish Life and Administration
from Loyola University New Orleans in 2009. Mr. Hubbard is a parishioner at St Mark Catholic Church
and has been an Adjunct Faculty member at Tepeyac Institute since 2003. He is the Loyola University
Liaison for Tepeyac Institute. Now retired, he has been a speaker at several local parishes, at a regional St
Vincent de Paul Conference and at the El Paso Serra Club.
Anthony Castanares earned a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science degree in Computer Science
from the University of Texas at El Paso in 2001 and 2003 (respectively). He is currently enrolled in the
Tepeyac theology program, has taken various short courses in theology and special topics offered at Tepeyac Institute and is a parishioner at the Cathedral of St. Patrick. Anthony is employed as a Computer
Scientist at the US Army Research Laboratory.
Dates: Saturday, June 20
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 pm
Classroom: Guadalupe
36. REZAR. SERVIR. DAR. – Nuestra fe en acción
la oración es poderosa, el servicio es humilde, y dando nos une. Este taller se centrará en los principios fundamentales para
desarrollar una vida espiritual mayordomía. Este taller será bueno para los que participan en los equipos y los consejos de la
parroquia, como los de la pastoral y de finanzas.
Janine Young es la Directora de Operaciones de la Fundación para la Diócesis de El Paso, Inc. y
ha estado con la diócesis desde 2000. Tiene más de 25 años de experiencia en la recaudación de
fondos, incluyendo redacción de propuestas, apelaciones anuales, y la promoción de la corresponsabilidad como una forma de vida. Ella es el autor de la Historia del Centenario de la Diócesis
de El Paso.
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Cynthia Trejo Development Coordinator
Martha L. Marmolejo Progress Assistant
Fecha: sábado, 20 de junio
Hora: 9:00 a.m. – 3:00pm
Salon: Romero Room
REGISTRATION & FEES
Some classrooms have limited seating. The fee is $20 per course. Payment must accompany registration. Please make
checks payable to: TEPEYAC INSTITUTE. Tepeyac will mail a confirmation receipt of your registration. We accept donations which are placed in the scholarship fund.
REFUNDS: We will refund your money if the course is cancelled. We cannot apply refunds to future programs. No refunds after June 8, 2015.
RENEWAL PROGRAM: Persons who will be renewing their certification in the year 2015 may attend some of the classes
and receive partial credit towards certification. Please consult with Tepeyac for your ministry re-certification process.
INSCRIPCION Y CUOTA
Algunas clases tienen cupo limitado. La cuota es $20 por curso. La cuota debe acompañar su inscripción. Haga su cheque
a nombre de INSTITUTO TEPEYAC. Les enviaremos recibo de su inscripción por correo. Aceptamos donativos para incrementar el fondo de becas.
REEMBOLSOS: Le regresaremos su dinero si se cancela el curso. Los reembolsos no podrán ser aplicados a otros programas en el futuro. No podremos ofrecer reembolsos después del 8 de Junio 2015.
PROGRAMA DE RENOVACION: Personas que estarán renovando durante el año 2015 pueden asistir a algunos de los cursos para recibir crédito parcial. Por favor consulte con Tepeyac acerca de la re-certificación de su ministerio.
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Saturday June 27, 2015, 9:00a.m. to 1:00p.m.
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