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CONTENTS - Los Angeles Religious Education Congress
CONTENTS
MARCH 2 - 4, 2007
SECCIÓN EN ESPAÑOL
Horario del Congreso ...............................
Información ..............................................
Mensaje del Cardenal Mahony ...............
Mensaje de la Directora ..........................
Programas de la oficina ...........................
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Español
TALLERES DEL CONGRESO
Viernes, Sesiones 1-3 .............................. 28
Sábado, Sesiones 4-6 ............................... 29
Domingo, Sesiones 7-8 ............................ 30
Arena
WORSHIP AIDS – ARENA:
Friday
Gathering Event begins ........................... 33
Native American Liturgy begins ............. 37
Saturday
Morning Praise begins ............................. 43
Jazz Liturgy begins .................................. 47
O.R.E.
Sunday
Closing Liturgy begins ............................ 53
Congress Theme Song ............................. 64-65
WORKSHOP ROOM LOCATIONS
Period 1, Friday ...........................................
Period 2, Friday ...........................................
Period 3, Friday ...........................................
Period 4, Saturday .......................................
Period 5, Saturday .......................................
Period 6, Saturday .......................................
Period 7, Sunday ..........................................
Period 8, Sunday ..........................................
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Maps
GENERAL INFORMATION
Acknowledgments ........................................ 69-70
Attendee/General Information .................... 13
Audio Recording Form ................................ 23
Committees .................................................. 69
Exhibitors
• Categories .............................................. 83, 85
• Exhibitor Listing (alphabetical) ........... 87-91
• Featured Exhibitors ............................... 72, 80-90
Daily Schedules
• Friday, March 2 ..................................... 7
• Saturday, March 3 ................................. 8
• Sunday, March 4 ................................... 9
Liturgies / Prayer Service ............................ 10
Maps
• Clarion Hotel Map ................................ 76
• Convention Center Map ............ Back Cover
• Exhibit Hall A ....................................... 92
• Hilton Hotel Map .................................. 77
• Marriott Hotel Map ............................... 78
• Restaurants Map & Listing ................... 74-75
• Sheraton Park Hotel Map ..................... 79
O.R.E. Programs .......................................... 67-68
O.R.E. Staff .................................................. 66
Speaker Index .............................................. 14
Staff Booth Schedule ................................... 67
Tech Center Schedule .................................. 12
Weekend Schedule .................... Inside Front Cover
Welcome
Message from Bishop Brown .................. 2
Message from Cardinal Mahony ............. 3
Message from the Director ...................... 4
Workshops
ARCHDIOCESE OF LOS ANGELES
OFFICE OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
3424 WILSHIRE BOULEVARD
LOS ANGELES, CA 90010
PHONE • 1.213.637.7346
WEB • WWW.RECONGRESS.ORG
EMAIL • [email protected]
General Info
2007 LOS ANGELES
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CONGRESS
Recorded workshops are indicated by
Congress 2008 Dates are
February 28, 2008 (Youth Day)
February 29 - March 2, 2008 (Congress)
www.RECongress.org
CONGRESS HIGHLIGHTS
Asian-Pacific/Young Adult Events .............
Cardinal Mahony Online .............................
Celebrating 40 Years of Congress ..............
Congress Spotlight .......................................
Exhibitors
SAVE THE DATE!
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WELCOME
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WELCOME
General Info
Dear Congress
Participants,
It is with grea
t joy that I wel
come you to ou
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our commitm
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ent to pass on
for us to gather
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and our spiritu
and renew
r Catholic faith
al traditions.
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r rituals
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cted, “Stand in
the Light,” flo
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recognize our
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of truth if
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tened that so m
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to network whi
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faith.
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red of my supp
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ities.
u, your famili
es and your
Sincerely your
s in Christ,
Cardinal Roge
r Mahony
Archbishop of
Los Angeles
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WELCOME
Dear Friends,
Once again it
is my delight to
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Sincerely,
Sr. Edith Pren
dergast, RSC
Director
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CONGRESS HIST
OR
Y
HISTOR
ORY
Though this year marks our 40th Congress, the event really had its roots earlier. In
1956, the first Los Angeles CCD “Institute” was held at Mount Carmel High School
on Hoover Street in Los Angeles. Some 500 teachers and catechists attended the
two-day conference, listened to speakers and gained experience from other teachers. The institutes grew in attendance each year and by 1967 it was apparent that
local schools could no longer handle the crowds and a new site was needed.
The first “Congress” event
Program book from 1967.
So it was in 1967 with the cooperation of the three dioceses of Los Angeles, MontereyFresno and San Diego, the agenda for the first three-day “Congress” was set. The
purpose, as stated by officials: “The Southern California Confraternity Congress
hopes to provide an atmosphere of Christian unity ... and learning, where all who
attend may advance scholastically and spiritually for the benefit of each and the
common good of all.”
Held January 13-15, 1967, at the International Hotel near Los Angeles International
Airport, the first Southern California Confraternity Congress had a registration fee
of $5. The theme was adopted from the words of Pope John XXIII in his opening
address to the Second Vatican Council:
“The greatest concern of the Ecumenical Council is this: that the sacred deposit of Christian doctrine should be guarded and taught more efficaciously.”
Liturgy from the 1962 “Institute.”
“From these words the decrees of Vatican II have formulated for Christians everywhere certain duties: to learn;
to live and to share more fully
the message of salvation,” the “Congress hopes to provide an
atmosphere of Christian unity ...
pre-event materials stated.
and learning, where all who
At the second CCD Congress
February 2-4, 1968 (also at the
attend may advance
International Hotel), registra- scholastically and spiritually.”
tion remained $5, with selfparking 50 cents, $1 for valet.
The theme: “The unmistakable work being done today by the Holy Spirit in making
the laity ever more conscious of their own responsibility and encouraging them to
serve Christ and the church m all circumstances.”
One of the workshops from
the 1967 Congress event.
The third Congress (February 21-23, 1969) was the last at the International Hotel,
and was the first to incorporate Scripture in its theme: “How beautiful on the mountains, are the feet of one who brings good news, who heralds peace, brings happiness, proclaims salvation, and tells Zion, ‘Your God is king’ (Isaiah 52:7).”
Again, attendance began to outgrow the hotel’s facilities, and in 1970 Congress
moved to the much larger Anaheim Convention Center (February 20-22), where
registration was $5 for one day or per workshop; $10 for two days. The first day was
a Youth Conference for high school students only.
The March 26-28, 1971 Congress carried the theme “You Shall be my Witnesses to
the Ends of the Earth” (Acts 1:8), while the February 18-20, 1972, Congress was a
50th Jubilee celebration of the creation of the CCD in Los Angeles.
In 1973, the event was retitled the Religious Education Congress, and bilingual
themes were adopted in 1979.
A list of Congress dates and themes:
More than 7,000 people
attended the 1967 Congress.
March 1-4, 1973: Who Do You Say I Am?
(continued on page 73)
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General Info
Celebrating 40 Years of the
Religious Education Congress
CONGRESS SPO
TLIGHT
SPOTLIGHT
NEW! – CATHOLIC FILMMAKERS’ SHOWCASE
Friday & Saturday, 8:00 - 10:30 p.m., Hilton Pacific A (Note location correction)
There is a growing community of Catholic production companies in Hollywood. This year
the Religious Education Congress proudly presents shorts and clips from a number of these
companies. Producers and directors will be on hand to meet with audience members after
the screenings. This is a chance to see what’s being done by some of Hollywood’s Catholic
faith community. This event is coordinated by Ron Schmidt, SJ, who will be the Master of
Ceremonies for the two nights of screenings, and John Flaherty.
Fr. Ron
Schmidt
John
Flaherty
“SACRED SPACE”
Friday through Sunday, Convention 304
In its third year, “Sacred Space” finds a new
home on the Convention Center’s third floor.
Enter a space facilitating a sense of peaceful reflection and spiritual rejuvenation.
Sacred Space offers Eucharistic Adoration
in the Chapel, the Sacrament of Reconciliation, a labyrinth and inspirational art and
music. Scheduled music times for Friday,
Saturday and Sunday:
11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Fr. Dorian Llywelyn (harp)
2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Peggy Baldwin (cello)
ART EXHIBIT
Friday through Sunday, Arena Lobby
Enjoy a magnificent and inspiring collection
of original paintings and photographs. Bro.
Michael O’Neill McGrath shares artworks
from his most recent book, “At the Name of
Jesus: The Way, The Truth, and The Life,” a
collection of paintings and prayers inspired
by the name of Jesus (pictured above right).
And Gerard Thomas Straub has on display
his breathtaking photographic images of the
Christ among us found in the lives of our
brothers and sisters around the world – in
India, Brazil, Jamaica and Kenya (pictured
above left), and elsewhere. These images
speak to the heart and to the artistic and creative soul in each one of us.
SAINT JOHN’S BIBLE
Friday through Sunday, Convention 304, 3rd floor
The next phase of the Saint John’s Bible Project will be featured at
“Sacred Space.” The Saint John’s Bible is the first handwritten, handilluminated (illustrated) Bible commissioned since the printing press
was invented five centuries ago. A team of 14 calligraphers and artists is working to create the 1,150 calfskin pages for the Bible.
CARDINAL CHAT
Friday, 10 a.m. - Noon, Exhibit Hall A
On Friday, March 2, 2007, Cardinal Roger
Mahony will conduct his 11th annual online
chat live from the Religious Education Congress with participants from across the country, preceeded by a session with schoolchildren from the Archdiocese.
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LIGHTEN UP!
Sunday, 11:45 a.m. - 12:45 p.m., Arena
Lighten up ... in body, mind and spirit with
Catholic comedian and character-actor Doug
Brummel in his “one-man, character-changing,” whole-community Catholic celebration
that will tickle audiences of all ages.
“THE CHILDREN LEFT
BEHIND” EXHIBIT
Friday-Sunday, Hall A Prefunction Lobby
Catholic Relief Services presents a hands-on,
interactive exhibit about AIDS orphans from
Cambodia, Uganda, Guatemala, India, South
Africa and the United States. The goal of the
traveling exhibit is to educate families about
the impact of AIDS on children; to show the
danger of ignoring AIDS; to inspire visitors
with the hope and spirit of children living
with AIDS; and to empower visitors to act on
behalf on children orphaned by AIDS.
FRID
AY EVENTS
FRIDA
Friday, March 2, 2007
Arena – 8:30 a.m.
Stand in the Light / Permanecer en la Luz
Stand in the Light! ... Bask in the incredible radiance of a God whose
brightness fills the Universe. Join in this gathering to pray, lift hearts
and voices in songs of praise and gratitude. Our spirited ritual will be
graced by the presence and participation of:
Cardinal Roger Mahony
Edith Prendergast, RSC
Paulette Smith
Jan Pedroza
Sheryl Lange
John Flaherty
Tony Alonso
Donna Anderle
John Angotti
Ed Archer
Matt Bazar
Betsey Beckman
Anna Betancourt
Jo Boyce
Helena Buscema
Richard Cheri
Rory Cooney
General Info
FRIDAY SCHEDULE
OPENING RITE & WELCOME
Eleazar Cortés
Jaime Cortez
Harrison Crenshaw
Elohim D’Leon
Gary Daigle
Chris de Silva
Santiago Fernández
Jim Gibson
Laura Gibson
Laura Gomez
David Haas
Marty Haugen
Eddie Hilley
Maisha Hughes
Cesar Marquez
Jacob & Matthew
Frank Jansen
ValLimar Jansen
Mary Janus
Meredith Dean Joseph
Tom Kendzia
Peter Kolar
Liam Lawton
Douglas Leal
Dorian Llywelyn, SJ
Kenneth Louis
Matt Maher
Ginny Temple
Danielle Rose
Pedro Rubalcava
Mike Stanley
Curtis Stephan
Bob VerEecke
John West & others!
FRIDAY LUNCHTIME ENTERTAINMENT
Arena – 11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
MAHER, BRUNO & PIXLER
“Your Grace is Enough”
Celebrating a God of promise and
hope, come and spend your noontime with Matt Maher, Mandy Bruno & Jenny Pixler, singing some
of the finest contemporary songs of faith used in worship today.
Hall B – 11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
8:00 a.m.
On-site registration begins
(Prefunction Lobby)
8:30 - 9:30 a.m.
Opening Rite & Welcome (Arena)
10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
Period 1 Workshops
11:30 a .m. - 1:00 p.m.
LUNCH
11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Music (Arena)
– Maher, Bruno & Pixler
Music (Hall B)
– Jacob and Matthew
with Chris de Silva
1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
Period 2 Workshops
3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
Period 3 Workshops
5:15 p.m.
Evening Prayer &
Eucharistic Liturgies
8:00 p.m.
Concert (Arena)
– “Fiesta”
Catholic Filmmaker’s Showcase
(Hilton Pacific A)
9:30 p.m.
Taizé Service (303, 3rd floor)
Registration Hours
8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Exhibit Hours (Hall A)
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Sacred Space (304, 3rd floor)
JACOB AND MATTHEW
WITH CHRIS DE SILVA
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
“Jammin’ with Jesus” – Psalm 150
Enjoy lunch with the awesome sounds of Jacob and Matthew with Chris de Silva. Their high-energy music
will make you want to dance for the Lord!
FRIDAY EVENING CONCERT
Tony
Alonzo
Arena – 8:00 p.m.
“Fiesta: Sing and Dance in the Light”
Jamie
Cortez
Santiago
Fernández
Eleazar
Cortés
Jorge
Rivera
Come bask in the light of God’s glory! Celebrate,
praise and give thanks in song accompanied by
the festive sounds and rhythms of some of the
leading Latino composers and artists, including
Tony Alonso, Jamie Cortez, Eleazar Cortés,
Santiago Fernández, Jorge Rivera, and Friends!
Hosted by Pedro Rubalcava, all under the musical direction of Peter Kolar.
Pedro
Rubalcava
Peter
Kolar
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SA
TURD
AY EVENTS
SATURD
TURDA
SATURDAY SCHEDULE
Saturday, March 3, 2007
MORNING PRAISE
Arena – 8:00 a.m.
8:00 a.m.
On-site registration
(Prefunction Lobby)
Morning Praise (Arena)
8:30 a.m.
Keynote Address (Arena)
– Bryan N. Massingale, STD
Celebrating our faith, our morning will begin with Donna Peña,
Tom Kendzia and Gary Daigle leading us in song and praise. Our
presider will be Maryann Nguyen; Tricia Hoyt will give the reflection. Together, we shall arise in the new Light.
SATURDAY KEYNOTE
Arena – 8:30 a.m.
10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
Period 4 Workshops
REV. BRYAN N. MASSINGALE, STD
11:30 a.m - 1:00 p.m.
LUNCH
11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Music (Arena)
– Donna Peña &
Mauricio Centeno
Music (Hall B)
– Vietnamese Folk Dance Troupe/
Lasallian Youth w/ Bro. Phong
1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
Period 5 Workshops
3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
“At Table with Jesus: The Welcome and the
Challenge of the Light”
Sitting at table with Jesus is about allowing his Light to pierce our
hearts and minds. To be a disciple of Jesus is to share his Light with
a world sometimes unwilling to stand in the Light. Together, let us
consider what it might mean for us to respond more deeply to the
Christian call of Jesus. We will look at the challenges of becoming
beacons of hope in a world where hope is often scarce.
SATURDAY LUNCHTIME ENTERTAINMENT
Arena – 11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Period 6 Workshops
5:15 p.m.
PEÑA & CENTENO
Evening Prayer & Liturgies
8:00 p.m.
Concert (Arena)
– “Light the Night”
Catholic Filmmaker’s Showcase
(Hilton Pacific A)
Donna Peña joins Mauricio Centeno in bringing you a bit of North-meets-Southwest for
your lunchtime entertainment. The music is sure to please your ear
and get your foot tapping! Grab your lunch and come grab a seat!
Hall B – 11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
9:30 p.m.
Night Prayer-Compline (303)
9:30 p.m. - 12:30 a.m.
Young Adult Dance (Marriott)
Registration Hours
8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Exhibit Hours (Hall A)
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Sacred Space (304, 3rd floor)
VIETNAMESE FOLK DANCE TROUPE/
LASALLIAN YOUTH WITH BRO. FORTUNAT
PHONG
Travel to exotic and festive Vietnam for lunch! Come,
enjoy a lunch break and see how teen and young Vietnamese use the
art of graceful dance, colorful costumes and drum to catechize and
celebrate the Catholic faith in a festive yet spiritual way. You will
have the opportunity to drum and dance too!
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
SATURDAY EVENING CONCERT
David
Yackley
Matt
Maher
Jesse
Manibusan
Sarah
Hart
Trevor
Thomson
John
Angotti
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Danielle
Rose
Meredith
Dean
Joseph Curtis
Stephan
Arena – 8:00 p.m.
“Light the Night”
Come celebrate the gifts, sights and sounds of many
talented artists. Ever-energetic Jesse Manibusan will
plunge us into an experience of a church on fire with
the Spirit. Join in an unforgettable festival of song,
dance and ritual including contemporary artists Matt
Maher, Trevor Thomson, John Angotti, David Yackley,
Sarah Hart, Meredith Dean Joseph, Danielle Rose,
Curtis Stephan and more, all under the musical direction of John Flaherty and Gary Daigle.
SUND
AY EVENTS
SUNDA
Sunday, March 4, 2007
General Info
MORNING LITURGY
SUNDAY SCHEDULE
Arena – 8:15 am
8:00 a.m.
On-site registration begins
(Prefunction Lobby)
BISHOP JAIME SOTO, PRESIDER
Bishop Jaime Soto, Auxiliary of the Diocese of Orange,
will lead us as we gather as a community of faith to give
thanks, to celebrate in God’s Light. Nourished by Word
and Sacrament, we start our day with our Stand in the Light.
8:15 - 9:30 a.m.
Eucharistic Liturgy (Arena)
8:30 a.m.
SUNDAY ENGLISH ADDRESS
Convention Ballroom DE – 8:30 a.m.
JIM WALLIS
Morning Addresses:
English: Jim Wallis
(Ballroom DE)
Spanish: Ricardo Grzona
(Hall B)
10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
“How Might Spiritual Revival Cause Change?”
From Ireland’s Bono to Britain’s Gordon Brown to a
new global generation, poverty is focusing and energizing the faith
of many around the world and in the United States. For the first time
in history we have the information, knowledge, technology and resources to bring the worst of global poverty virtually to an end. What
we don’t have is the moral and political will to do so. How might
spiritual revival cause such social change?
Period 7 Workshops
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
LUNCH
11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Music (Hall B)
– John Angotti, Val Jansen
& Meredith Dean Joseph
11:45 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
Entertainment (Arena)
– Lighten Up! with
Doug Brummel
SUNDAY LUNCHTIME ENTERTAINMENT
Arena – 11:45 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
LIGHTEN UP! WITH DOUG BRUMMEL
1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
Period 8 Workshops
3:30 p.m.
Experience for yourself one of the most refreshing and
original whole-community Catholic celebrations! Catholic comedian and character-actor Doug Brummel and his
“cast of characters” help audiences of all ages lighten up in body,
mind and spirit. This “one-man, character-changing” celebration
addresses hundreds of teachable moments intertwined with sidesplitting laughter and timeless wisdom, which aims to foster faith and
family life ... one laugh at a time! If you are trying to reach all generations, then this is a must-see event!
Closing Eucharistic Liturgy
(Arena)
Registration Hours
8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Exhibit Hours (Hall A)
8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Sacred Space (304, 3rd floor)
10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
SUNDAY LUNCHTIME ENTERTAINMENT
Hall B – 11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
ANGOTTI,
JANSEN &
JOSEPH
John Angotti with
friends ValLimar Jansen and Meredith Dean Joseph are
going to be bringing the power of their voices and spirits
to Hall B. Come and rejoice and rock it out with some of
the top talents in the country. Don’t miss the opportunity
to experience this evangelistic approach that will make
you encounter Christ through songs of witness and faith
that will touch your soul. So, “rise up my people!”
CLOSING LITURGY
Arena – 3:30 p.m.
CARDINAL ROGER
MAHONY, PRESIDER
As Congress 2007 draws to
a close, we come together to
pray, to celebrate and to go forth to a
life renewed. We witness to our new life
in Christ, and place our lives and ministry at the service of God’s people in
the world. Our Closing Liturgy, led by
Los Angeles Cardinal Roger Mahony
with the homily given by Auxiliary
Bishop Gabino Zavala, will feature the
200-plus voice Congress Choir 2007,
under the direction of John Flaherty.
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LITURGIES & PRA
YER SERVICE
PRAYER
Eucharistic Liturgies
All liturgies at 5:15 p.m. (unless noted)
Congress strives to offer experiences that stimulate new ideas and renew excitement about ministry,
reinvigorate faith and help restore a spirit of hope. This happens through ritual, prayer, music, dance and
Word – not only from workshops, but through the various daily liturgies we offer. We invite you to
experience a liturgy from among the many cultures represented.
FRIDAY – MARCH 2
5:15 p.m.
Character
Location
Presider
Music
F1 General
Convention Ballroom ABC
Rev. Richard Fragomeni
Janus/Gomez/McGrath
F2 African American
Marriott Marquis Ballroom
Rev. J-Glenn Murray
Eddie Hilley
F3 Hawaiian
Hilton Pacific Ballroom
Rev. George Acosta
David Haas/Joe Camacho
F4 Native American
Convention Arena
Rev. Paul Ojibway
M. Haugen/J. Flaherty
F5 Spanish
Convention Hall B
Rev. Domingo Rodríguez
P. Rubalcava/S. Fernández
F6 Vietnamese
Marriott Grand Ballroom
Msgr. Dinh Duc Dao
Vietnamese Community
SATURDAY – MARCH 3
S1 General
Convention Ballroom ABC
5:15 p.m.
Rev. Richard Rohr
J. Manibusan/D. Yackley
S2 Contemplative
Hilton Pacific Ballroom
Rev. Liam Lawton
Cyprian Consiglio
S3 Indonesian
Marriott Grand Ballroom
Bishop Luis Tagle
Serviam Indonesian Choir
S4 Jazz
Convention Arena
Msgr. Ray East
Angotti/Joseph/Jansen
S5 Misa de las Americas Convention Hall B
Msgr. Arturo Bañuelas
Betancourt/Cortez/Alonso
S6 Young Adult
Marriott Marquis Ballroom
Rev. Richard Leonard
Matt Maher/Victor Wheeler
SUNDAY – MARCH 4
A1 Morning Liturgy*
Arena
8:15 a.m.
Bishop Jaime Soto
Congress Choir 2007
A2 Closing Liturgy*
Arena
3:30 p.m.
Cardinal Roger Mahony
Congress Choir 2007
*NOTE: There will be an RCIA dismissal during both Sunday Eucharistic Liturgies. All catechumens and
candidates present are invited to participate. Reserved Arena seating will be provided.
Liturgy of the Hours & Prayer Service
The very earliest Christians gathered at dawn and again at dusk to sing psalms and hymns and to listen to
the Sacred Scriptures. We continue this ancient Church Liturgical tradition in Saturday’s Morning Prayer
to welcome the gift of a new day, as well as in Friday and Saturday Evening Prayer (sometimes known as
Vespers) to celebrate the Light that shines through the night’s darkness. In Night Prayer (also known as
Compline), we complete the Hours in prayer at the day’s end.
FRIDAY – MARCH 2
Character
Time
Location
Presider
Music
P1 Evening Prayer
5:15 p.m.
Convention 303 (3rd floor)
Dung Tran
Rory Cooney
P2 Taizé Service
9:30 p.m
Convention 303 (3rd floor)
—
LMU & Mount St. Mary’s
SATURDAY – MARCH 3
P3 Morning Praise
8:00 a.m.
Convention Arena
Maryann Nguyen
Peña/Kendzia/Daigle
P4 Evening Prayer
5:15 p.m.
Convention 303 (3rd floor)
Michelle Youssef
Chris de Silva
P5 Night Prayer
9:30 p.m.
Convention 303 (3rd floor)
Ginny Temple
Richard Cheri
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MUL
TICUL
TURAL EVENTS
MULTICUL
TICULTURAL
General Info
ASIAN-P
ACIFIC EVENTS
ASIAN-PA
ASIAN-LANGUAGE SESSIONS
Friday,
1-70
2-70
3-70
March 2
Dr. Peter Phan (Vietnamese)
Bro. Linh Hoang (Vietnamese)
Bro. Fortunat Phong (Vietnamese)
Saturday, March 3
4-70 Rev. Peter Ngo (Vietnamese)
4-80 Bishop Luis Tagle (Tagalog)
5-70 Rev. Anthony Dao (Vietnamese)
5-75 Katherine Ja-Eun Cho (Korean)
6-70 Bro. Fortunat Phong (Vietnamese)
Sunday, March 4
7-70 Msgr. Joseph Duc Dao (Vietnamese)
8-70 Bro. Linh Hoang (Vietnamese)
ASIAN PERSPECTIVE EVENTS
Friday, March 2, 5:15 p.m.
LITURGY: Vietnamese Language
Msgr. Joseph Dinh Duc Dao, presider
Saturday, March 3, 11:45 a.m.
LUNCHTIME ENTERTAINMENT:
Vietnamese Folk Dance Troupe/
Lasallian Youth with
Bro. Fortunate Phong
Saturday, March 3, 5:15 p.m.
LITURGY: Indonesian Perspective
Bishop Luis Tagle, presider
YOUNG ADUL
T EVENTS
ADULT
Welcoming Young Adults to Congress 2007
Young Adults are singles and couples in their late teens, 20s and 30s
Join in the fun as Congress 2007 extends a special welcome to young adults! Recognizing the gifts of energy,
vision and talent, all young adults – and all those young at heart – are invited to the following events:
EUCHARISTIC LITURGY
Young Adult Liturgy
Saturday, March 3
5:15 p.m.
at the Marriott Marquis Ballroom
Fr. Richard Leonard will preside over our Young
Adult Liturgy with music led by Matt Maher, Victor Wheeler and young adults from across the Los
Angeles Archdiocese. Come join in this celebration
that highlights the gifts of young adults.
WELCOME DANCE AND SOCIAL
Saturday, March 3
9:30 p.m. - 12:30 a.m.
at the Marriott Marquis Center
The annual Young Adult Dance and Social will
take place at the Marriott Hotel. After a full day
of Congress workshops, networking and celebrating liturgy, continue dancing into the night with
new and old friends! The cost is only $5 per person. All young adults are invited to share in this
wonderful Congress event.
MUL
TICUL
TURAL EXHIBIT
MULTICUL
TICULTURAL
Friday through Sunday
10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Convention Center, 2nd
floor Prefunction Lobby
The Multicultural Exhibits
are presented by the many
ethnic groups in the Los
Angeles Archdiocese. This
is a collaborative work of
the Archdiocesan Offices of
Religious Education and
Ethnic (Multicultural)
Ministry.
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TECH CENTER
Online at RECongress.org/2007/tech.htm
The Los Angeles Religious Education Congress Technology Center highlights educational DVD & CD
software, online services and Internet resources that would be of interest to our Congress attendees. The
Tech Center is located near the center of Exhibit Hall A, under the “Computer Demonstration” banner.
Check our schedule and drop by to see the latest in products and resources.
CHECK YOUR EMAIL! Drop by the Tech Center to check your email (except during
exhibitor showcase times)
SEND AN E-POSTCARD! SUNDAY ONLY – Drop in at the Tech Center and have a
free photo of yourself sent to your home ... or to your friends!
CONGRESS TECH BOOTH SCHEDULE
(Check booth for schedule updates)
FRIDAY – MARCH 2
8:00 - 10:30 am
10:30 - 11:15 am
11:15 - 12:00 pm
12:00 - 12:30 pm
12:30 - 1:00 pm
1:00 - 1:30 pm
1:30 - 2:00 pm
2:00 - 2:30 pm
2:30 - 3:00 pm
3:00 - 4:30 pm
Tech Center Set up
Cardinal Mahony Online – The Cardinal holds a private, online
chat with Los Angeles Archdiocese grade-school students.
Cardinal Mahony Online – The Cardinal continues in a nationwide
chat session open to all, and sponsored by ChurchWerks.
ChurchWerks – Demo of using a web-based grade book.
ParishWorld.net – Turn your parish site into a faith-education tool.
Resource – See E-ORDO, Sacramental Register, Certificate Maker.
Monica Brown & Emmaus
STEP – Online education courses offered by Notre Dame.
Harcourt Religion Publishers
Check your email & RECongress.org web updates
SATURDAY – MARCH 3
9:00 - 9:30 am
9:30 - 10:00 am
10:00 - 10:30 am
10:30 - 11:00 am
11:00 - 11:30 pm
11:30 - 12:00 noon
12:00 - 12:30 pm
12:30 - 1:00 pm
1:00 - 1:30 pm
1:30 - 2:00 pm
2:00 - 2:30 pm
2:30 - 3:00 pm
3:00 - 4:30 pm
Classy Creations
OCP
ParishSOFT – See how to manage a religous ed program with ease.
ParishWorld.net – Turn your parish site into a faith-education tool.
Boston College
PamStenzel.com – New abstinence education e-learning program.
University of Dallas
Ministry Database – Demo of solutions for your parish.
Vocations - “God’s Design” & archdiocese.la/ministry/vocations.
Loyola Press
OCP
Harcourt Religion Publishers
Check your email & RECongress.org web updates
SUNDAY – MARCH 4
9:00 - 9:30 am
Rotunda Software – Demo of Ministry Scheduler Pro
9:30 - 10:00 am
Rotunda Software – Demo of Ministry Scheduler Pro
10:00 - 10:30 am
University of Dayton – “Virtual Learning” Spanish religion classes
SUNDAY ONLY! Drop by the Tech Center and get a
picture souvenir to email home or to friends!
(Not during presentation times.)
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GENERAL INFORMA
TION
INFORMATION
FIRST AID
A First Aid Station for routine health matters is located in the Prefunction area (see back cover map).
BOOK SIGNING
Authors and musical artists will be available to sign
books and CDs in the Book Signing Area (in the
center of Exhibit Hall A.) Check the schedule at the
Book Signing area for times.
LOST AND FOUND
If you lose or find an item, a Lost & Found table is
located outside of Congress Headquarters, located
in Convention AR 1.
HOSPITALITY ROOM INFORMATION
Check the Message Board in the Prefunction area to
give or obtain information about parish hospitality.
EXHIBIT HOURS
Exhibits are located in Hall A. See pages 87-91 for
a listing of exhibitors. Exhibits will be open during
the following hours:
Friday:
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday:
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Sunday:
8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
MESSAGE CENTER
The Message Center, located in the Prefunction area,
can receive incoming messages. Call (714) 765-8883
or (714) 765-8884 to leave a message, or you can
leave a note on the Message Board.
Friday:
10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday:
9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Sunday:
9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
CELL PHONES / PAGERS
Out of respect for speakers and other participants,
please turn off any cell phones and pagers during
general sessions, liturgies and workshops.
PARKING
Day parking is available in the Convention Center
parking structures at the rate of $9 per day with no
in-and-out privileges.
FOOD/CONCESSIONS
The Convention Center offers daily options of food
choices in Hall A.
Continental breakfast: 8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Lunch:
11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Cart concessions:
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
RESTAURANT RESERVATIONS
In addition to our listing on pages 74-75, the Restaurant Booth, located in the Prefunction area, has
restaurant menus and can help make reservations:
Friday & Saturday:
11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Sunday:
11:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
ATTENDEE INFORMA
TION
INFORMATION
NAME TAGS/TICKETS
Congress Name Tags are required to be worn at all
times during scheduled events. Tickets are necessary for admittance into workshops and general sessions.
TICKET EXCHANGE
You may exchange tickets for any open workshops
during the same period beginning at noon on the
Friday of Congress at the Registration Booth’s Exchange window, located in the Prefunction area.
Note: Any ticket can be used for sessions of the same
time in the Arena or Hall B.
SAVING SEATS
It is permissible to save seats up to 10 minutes before a scheduled function begins. After that time,
we ask that, in Christian love, you release these seats
for others. If any Congress volunteer requests that
you release seats that you are saving, please comply
with the direction given.
SMOKING
Smoking is not allowed in the Convention Center.
There are several outdoor courtyards where it is permitted.
WORKSHOPS
All workshops are ticketed and no one will be admitted to any session without the proper ticket. Any
valid ticket will serve as admission to Arena or Hall
B workshops, but these sessions are not open to those
without tickets.
Our speakers are generously sharing their time and
talents with us. As a special courtesy to them, we
ask that you please arrive at the workshop location
prior to the scheduled start time. We remind you to
please quiet your pager and turn off cell phones.
All sessions will begin on time, and many speakers
have asked that no one be admitted after the session
has begun. Also, we ask you to avoid, as far as possible, leaving workshops during a presentation. Most
of the workshops will have a “natural” break time
when it would be less disruptive to the speaker and
to the other participants.
EMERGENCIES
In case of emergency, contact the nearest Congress
official wearing a red, white, blue striped ribbon; they
are in radio contact and can summon help quickly.
For life-threatening situations, please call 9-1-1.
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General Info
AUDIO RECORDING
Many of the workshop sessions will be recorded (indicated by “*” and
in this book). Audio CDs
and cassette tapes are available for purchase at the
Convention Seminar Cassettes booth, located at the
east wall in Exhibit Hall A.
SPEAKER INDEX
Aguilera-Titus, Alejandro .. 4-51*, 7-51*
Allen Jr., John .................. 2-01*, 5-01*
Anderle, Donna ................ 3-01*, 6-01*
Ash, Laura ........................ 2-02*, 4-01*
Awaipo, Thomas ............... 3-11*
Bañuelas, Msgr. Arturo ..... 1-51*, 5-02*
Beaudoin, Dr. Tom ............ 3-02, 6-02
Beckman, Betsey ............. 2-02*, 4-01*
Binz, Stephen ................... 2-03*, 8-01*
Bird, Nancy ...................... 3-03*, 6-03*
Boadt, Rev. Lawrence ....... 1-01*, 5-03*
Bondi, Reneé .................... 2-04
Bowe, Barbara .................. 6-04*, 7-01*
Boyce, Joanne .................. 3-25*, 7-22*
Boyle, Rev. Gregory .......... 8-02*
Bravo Perez, Benjamin ..... 1-52*, 5-51*
Breen, Dr. Elizabeth Crabb3-20*
Brennan, Rev. Patrick ....... 1-02*, 4-02*
Brown, Monica ................. 4-03*, 8-03*
Burland, John ................... 6-05*, 7-02*
Burns, Dr. Jim .................. 1-03*
Calderón, Rev. Juan Luis . 4-52*, 8-51*
Carotta, Michael ............... 2-05*, 5-04*
Carrillo Velásquez, Carlos .. 1-53*, 5-52*
Cheri, Richard .................. 4-04*
Chesto, Dr. Kathleen ........ 1-04, 4-05
Cho, Katherine ................. 5-75*
Clarke, Rev. Jim ............... 3-04*, 7-20*
Coloroso, Barbara ............ 4-06, 5-05
Cooney, Rory .................... 2-11
Cortez, Jaime ................... 2-51, 5-06
Covarrubias, Maria ........... 5-53*
Cozzens, Rev. Donald ...... 4-07*, 7-03*
Crosby, Michael ................ 2-06*, 5-07*
Cusick, Rev. John ............ 6-06*, 7-04*
Daigle, Gary ..................... 2-11
Dao, Rev. Anthony ............ 5-70*
de la Parte, Rev. Angel ..... 2-52*, 5-54*
Deignan, Kathleen ............ 6-07*, 7-10*
Dell’Oro, Dr. Roberto ........ 2-07*, 7-52*
Dempsey, Carol ................ 3-05*, 4-08*
Dinh Duc Dao, Rev. Joseph 7-70*
Ditewig, Dcn. William ....... 5-08*, 8-04*
Doran, Ken ....................... 5-09*
Downey, Dr. Michael J. ..... 1-05*, 8-05*
Early Childhood Board ..... 5-10*
East, Rev. Ray .................. 7-05*
Ellair, Steven .................... 2-08*, 7-06*
Fabing, Rev. Bob .............. 1-06
Farrell, Sr. Patricia ........... 6-02
Ferder, Fran ..................... 5-11*, 8-08*
Fernández, Santiago ........ 1-55
Ficocelli, Elizabeth ........... 2-09*, 8-06*
Filochowski, Julian ........... 5-12*, 7-07*
Finke, Rudolf .................... 3-51*
Flecha, Rev. José-Román 2-53*, 7-53*
Florian, D.J. ...................... 8-07*
Florian, Dr. Lorenzo .......... 6-51, 7-54
Florian, Amy ..................... 1-07, 7-08
Ford, Paul ......................... 7-09*
Fragomeni, Rev. Richard .. 2-11, 4-09*
Freeburg, Sr. Paule .......... 3-24
Funk, Sr. Meg ................... 6-07*, 7-10*
Gaillardetz, Dr. Richard .... 1-08*, 3-06*
Galipeau, Dr. Jerry ........... 6-08*, 7-11*
Gallagher, Michael Paul ... 2-10*, 5-13*
García-Mina, Ana ............. 1-54*, 4-53*
Gateley, Edwina ................ 5-14, 7-12
Gilbert, Rt. Rev. Richard .. 1-09*, 7-13*
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Workshops and Keynote (“Key”) listing
Asterisks and the headphones
) indicate recorded work(
shops. “Key” indicates a Saturday Keynote or Sunday Address.
Workshops are designated by
two numbers separated by a
dash. The first number indicates
the period; the number after the
dash is the workshop number.
Workshop numbers -01 to -30
are in English; -50 to -58 are in
Spanish; -70 is in Vietnamese; 75 is in Korean; -80 is in Tagalog.
Ginel Vielva, Rev. Alvaro .. 2-54*, 5-55*
Gordon, Dr. Greer ............ 3-07*, 8-09*
Grant, Joe ........................ 3-08*
Groody, Rev. Daniel .......... 6-09*, 3-52*
Groome, Thomas ............. 3-09*, 4-10*
Grzona, Ricardo ............... 6-52*, Key*
Haas, David ...................... 5-15, 7-14
Hahnenberg, Edward ....... 4-11*, 8-10*
Hailer, Sr. Gretchen .......... 2-12*
Halsey-Hoover, Sharon .... 3-10*
Hart, Mark ........................ 1-10*, 4-12*
Hastings, Joe ................... 3-11*
Haugen, Marty .................. 1-11, 4-13
Hayes-Bautista, Dr. David 2-55*
Heagle, Rev. John ............ 5-11*, 8-08*
Hershey, Rev. Terry .......... 1-12*, 4-14*
Hoang, Bro. Linh .............. 2-70*, 8-70*
Huebsch, Bill .................... 1-13*
Huggins, Jamie ................ 5-25
Hulburt, Dorothy ............... 5-16*
Hyland, Maura .................. 8-15*
Jansen, ValLimar .............. 3-12, 5-18
Jansen, Frank .................. 3-12, 5-18
Joncas, Rev. Michael ....... 4-15, 7-15
Kelly, Matthew .................. 2-13*, 6-10*
Kempf, Rev. Joe ............... 1-14*, 5-17*
Kendzia, Tom ................... 5-18
Kennett, Colette ................ 3-13*, 6-11*
Kicanas, Bishop Gerald ... 1-15*, 2-14*
Knowles, Jim .................... 7-16*
Krout, Keri ........................ 1-16*, 4-16*
Lawton, Liam .................... 8-11
Leonard, Rev. Richard ...... 1-17, 7-17
Levo, Lynn ........................ 4-17, 8-12
Levy, Rev. Eduardo ........... 5-56*, 8-52*
López, Laura .................... 2-56*
López Gutiérrez, Siro ....... 3-53*, 6-53*
Mahon, Sean .................... 8-21*
Malone, Bishop Richard ... 1-18*, 3-14*
Manibusan, Jesse ............ 3-15*, 8-13*
Marins, José ..................... 6-54*, 7-55*
Markham, Donna .............. 4-18*, 6-12*
Marquez, Cesar ................ 8-21*
Martin, Archbp. Diarmuid . 4-19*, 7-18*
Martin, Rev. James ........... 3-16*, 6-02
Massingale, Rev. Bryan .... 5-19*, Key*
Matovina, Timothy ............ 4-54*, 6-13*
McCarty, Maggie .............. 3-17*
McCarty, Robert ............... 2-15*
McDonald, Sr. Margaret ... 2-16*, 5-20*
McGrath, Bro. Michael ..... 3-18*
McKenna, Dr. Megan ....... 1-19*, 6-14*
McMahon, Bp. Malcolm .... 4-20*
Meléndez-Colón, Juan ...... 2-17*, 7-56*
Mullen, Rev. Patrick ......... 3-19*, 4-21*
Murray, Rev. J-Glenn ........ 1-20*, 2-18*
Musgrave, Hilary .............. 4-03*, 8-03*
Nagel, Leland ................... 8-14*
Ngo, Rev. Peter ................ 4-70*
Noguez, Rev. Armando ..... 3-54*, 6-55*
O’Donohue, John ............. 2-19, 5-21
Ondrla, Christine .............. 2-20*, 8-16*
O’Reilly, Brendan .............. 8-15*
Osborne, Rev. Kenan ....... 4-22*, 7-19*
Pacatte, Sr. Rose ............. 2-12*
Paradise, Jo Ann .............. 1-21*, 6-15*
Parra Sánchez, Abundio .. 6-56*, 8-53*
Patin, Mike ....................... 1-22*, 2-21*
Pavlik, Dr. Robert ............. 1-23*, 6-16*
Phan, Peter ...................... 1-70*, 4-23*
Phong, Bro. Fortunat ........ 3-70*, 6-70*
Piranio, Josie .................... 8-17*
Ponnet, Fr. Chris .............. 3-20*
Precht, Rev. Cristian ........ 6-57*, 8-54*
Prejean, Sr. Helen ............ 6-17*
Quinlivan, Sr. Carol .......... 7-20*
Raab, Rev. Ronald ........... 6-18*, 8-18*
Reichsman, Judith ........... 2-02*, 4-01*
Ricard, Rev. R. Tony ........ 6-19*
Rivera, Eduardo ............... 5-57
Rivera, Jorge .................... 5-57
Rodríguez, Rev. Domingo 5-58*, 8-55*
Rohr, Rev. Richard ........... 3-21*, 4-24*
Rolheiser, Rev. Ronald ..... 1-24*, 6-20*
Rubalcava, Pedro ............. 1-55
Rupp, Joyce ..................... 1-25*, 7-21*
Saso, Patt ......................... 2-22*, 5-22*
Saso, Steve ...................... 2-22*, 5-22*
Scally, Anna ...................... 5-23*
Shea, John ....................... 4-25*, 6-21*
Smith-Christopher, Daniel 1-26*, 8-19*
Smollin, Sr. Anne Bryan ... 5-24*, 8-20*
Sofield, Bro. Loughlan ...... 3-22*, 6-22*
Soto, Mons. Jaime ........... 4-55*
Stanley, Mike .................... 3-25*, 7-22*
Stenzel, Pam .................... 2-23*, 6-23*
Sullivan, Sr. Maureen ....... 3-23*, 6-25*
Sumner, Lizabeth ............. 4-26*
Tagle, Bp. Luis Antonio ..... 2-25*, 4-80*
Tejerina-Arias, Gonzalo .... 4-56*, 8-56*
Theisen, Michael .............. 4-27*, 8-22*
Trevisan, Hna. Teolide ...... 6-54*, 7-55*
Valenzuela, Victor ............. 1-56*, 6-24*
Vanacore, Vic ................... 8-21*
Vázquez Allegue, Jaime ... 3-55*, 4-57*
VerEecke, Rev. Robert ..... 5-25
Walker, Christopher ......... 3-24, 6-26*
Wallis, Jim ........................ 6-27*, Key*
Wells, David ..................... 3-25*, 7-22*
Wenc, Char ...................... 3-26, 6-28
Weston, Rev. Thomas ...... 2-26*, 4-29*
White, Dr. Joseph ............ 2-27, 8-23
White, Ana Arista ............. 2-27, 8-23
Whyte, David .................... 3-27, 6-29
Wicks, Dr. Robert ............. 4-28, 7-23
Yzaguirre, Claire ............... 5-26*
Yzaguirre, John ................ 3-56*, 5-26*
Zanzig, Barbara ................ 7-24*
Zanzig, Tom ...................... 5-27*, 7-24*
PERIOD 1
Friday, March 2, 2007 • 10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
WORKSHOP
1-01 The Old Testament is Good News Too! - Rev. Lawrence Boadt
AUDIO
LOCATION
(Hilton) Pacific AB
1-02
Reconstructing American Community: Catholic Parishes’
Contribution to American Culture - Rev. Patrick Brennan
(Convention) 211
1-03
Creating an Intimate Marriage - Dr. Jim Burns
(Hilton) Pacific CD
1-04
This Little Light of Mine - Dr. Kathleen Chesto
1-05
The Light of Grace - Dr. Michael J. Downey
1-06
How Do I Go To God With My Love, Joy, Need, Fear, Sorrow
and Anger? - Rev. Bob Fabing
—
(Convention) 303
1-07
Did Your Heart Burn Within You? - Amy Florian
—
(Convention) 205
1-08
The Making of the Church: Five Insights Vatican II Can Still
Offer Us - Dr. Richard Gaillardetz
(Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom D
1-09
When Kids Grieve: Parents, Schools, Congregations and
Communities Working Together - Rt. Rev. Richard Gilbert
(Hilton) Huntington
1-10
Evangelization: Everyday Catechesis, Every Day - Mark Hart
(Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
1-11
In the Days to Come: Liturgy and the Call to Peacemaking
- Marty Haugen
1-12
Self-help for Dummies: Living an Abundant Life
- Rev. Terry Hershey
(Marriott) Marquis Center-S
1-13
Whatever Happened to Grace? - Bill Huebsch
(Convention) 204 C
1-14
Gospel Values – For Children of All Ages! - Rev. Joe Kempf
(Convention) Ballroom DE
1-15
Co-workers in the Vineyard - Bishop Gerald Kicanas
(Convention) 208
1-16
What I Know For Sure: Gifts to Give Children - Keri Krout
(Convention) 210 ABC
1-17
The Da Vinci Code, The Omen, and Brokeback Mountain: A
Catholic Response to Contemporary Cinema - Rev. Richard Leonard
1-18
The NDC and Adult Faith Formation: Enriching the Vision
- Bishop Richard Malone
(Convention) 207 D
1-19
Stand in the Light: Don’t Just Do Something – Stand There!
- Dr. Megan McKenna
(Convention) 204 AB
1-20
Living in the Light: The Unfolding of the Liturgical Year
- Rev. J-Glenn Murray
(Convention) Ballroom C
1-21
See with New Eyes: Forming the Mind and Heart in Junior High
- Jo Ann Paradise
(Convention) 210 D
1-22
Working with Youth – New Challenges, Same Commitments
- Mike Patin
(Clarion) Orangewood
1-23
Multiple Intelligence Applications – Part I - Dr. Robert Pavlik
(Sheraton) Plaza Ballrm A-C
1-24
Keeping a Mellow Heart in a Bitter Time
- Rev. Ronald Rolheiser
(Convention) Arena
1-25
Dusting Off Our Prayer - Joyce Rupp
(Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
1-26
Tantalizing Teens with the Inspired Scriptures
- Dr. Daniel Smith-Christopher
(Sheraton) Palm Rooms
1-70
Vietnamese Workshop - Peter Phan
(Convention) 212
—
(Convention) 209
—
—
(Convention) 201 ABC
(Convention) Ballroom AB
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Workshops
(Convention) 202
PERIOD 2
1:00 - 2:30 p.m. • Friday, March 2, 2007
WORKSHOP
2-01 The Upside-down Church - John Allen Jr.
AUDIO
LOCATION
(Convention) Ballroom DE
2-02
Dancing Into the Light - Betsey Beckman, Judith Reischman
& Laura Ash
(Convention) 207 ABC
2-03
Stewardship of the Earth: A Biblical Understanding of
Responsible Care for Creation - Stephen Binz
(Convention) 204 C
2-04
Peace in the Fast Lane - Reneé Bondi
2-05
The Story with Junior-Highers - Michael Carotta
(Convention) 204 AB
2-06
Does Our Image of God Do Justice to God? - Michael Crosby
(Convention) Ballroom C
2-07
Rethinking the Gift: Of Origins, Creation and the Ethics of Life
- Dr. Roberto Dell’Oro
(Sheraton) Palm Rooms
2-08
You Mean They Don’t All Learn the Same Way? - Steven Ellair
(Hilton) Pacific AB
2-09
How to Prepare Children – and Their Parents – for the
Sacraments - Elizabeth Ficocelli
(Convention) 303
2-10
Culture: Faith’s Friend or Foe? - Michael Paul Gallagher
(Convention) 208
2-11
Christ the Icon: A Musical Prayer Experience Echoing the Love
& Call of Christ - Rev. Richard Fragomeni, Rory Cooney &
Gary Daigle (Theresa Donohoo has cancelled)
2-12
Helping Kids Mind the Media - Sr. Gretchen Hailer &
Sr. Rose Pacatte
(Convention) 213 ABC
2-13
The Genius of Catholic Spirituality - Matthew Kelly
(Convention) Arena
2-14
Collaboration in Ministry - Bishop Gerald Kicanas
(Hilton) Laguna
2-15
Maintaining Faithfulness Amid Tension and Ambiguity
- Robert McCarty
(Sheraton) Garden Room
2-16
The Our Father: Ever Ancient, Ever New
- Sr. Peggy McDonald
(Convention) 210 D
2-17
On Death Row: A System of Guilty Until Proven Innocent
- Juan Roberto Meléndez-Colón
(Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
2-18
Embody the Light: Full, Conscious and Active Participation in
the Eucharist - Rev. J-Glenn Murray
(Clarion) Orangewood
2-19
Putting on the Mind of Dawn: Toward a Spirituality of
Awakening - John O’Donohue
2-20
What Are You Doing Next Lent? - Christine Ondrla
(Convention) 202
2-21
Extreme Makeover: Current Trends in Youth Ministry
- Mike Patin
(Convention) 212
2-22
Parenting Your Teen with TLC - Patt & Steve Saso
(Convention) 209
2-23
Communicating Chastity Effectively to this Generation
- Pam Stenzel
(Marriott) Marquis North
2-24
Leading with Wisdom in the Workplace … in the Home
- Anne Sweeney (Workshop cancelled)
2-25
Migration and the Formation of a Missionary Church
- Bishop Luis Antonio Tagle
(Convention) 206
2-26
Nicea: A Refresher Course - Rev. Thomas Weston
(Convention) 210 ABC
2-27
Attention, Please! Managing Behavioral Needs in the Religious
Education Classroom - Dr. Joseph White & Ana Arista
2-70
Vietnamese Workshop - Bro. Linh Hoang
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(Convention) Ballroom AB
(Hilton) Pacific CD
(Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
(Convention) 203
(Hilton) Huntington
PERIOD 3
Friday, March 2, 2007 • 3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
WORKSHOP
3-01 Prayer in Motion - Donna Anderle
AUDIO
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LOCATION
(Convention) 207 ABC
The New Adult Catechism and Today’s Young Adults
- Dr. Tom Beaudoin
3-03
Four Secrets of the Spirituality of Self-care - Nancy Bird
(Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
3-04
Ritual as a Means of Transformation in the Light
- Rev. Jim Clarke
(Convention) 210 ABC
3-05
Isaiah: God’s Poet of Light - Carol Dempsey
(Convention) 213 ABC
3-06
Marriage and the Domestic Church: A School of Discipleship
- Dr. Richard Gaillardetz
(Convention) 211
3-07
Women’s Issues/Church Issues: Surviving Impoverishment
- Dr. Greer Gordon
(Hilton) Pacific AB
3-08
From Curing to Caring: Solidarity That Changes Young People’s
Lives - Joe Grant
(Convention) 201 D
3-09
The Future of Ministry: Our Best Hopes - Thomas Groome
(Sheraton) Palm Rooms
3-10
“Conversations with Dorothy Day” - Sharon Halsey-Hoover
(Convention) 303
3-11
From Hunger to Hope: Formation for Global Solidarity
- Joe Hastings & Thomas Awaipo
(Convention) 205
3-12
Passing the Torch: Creating Households of Faith
- ValLimar & Frank Jansen
3-13
Put on a Happy Face - Colette Kennett
(Convention) 204 C
3-14
“U.S. Catholic Catechism for Adults”: Exploring Its Riches
- Bishop Richard Malone
(Convention) 208
3-15
Reject the Stranger; Stumbling in the Darkness - Jesse Manibusan
(Convention) Ballroom DE
3-16
Laughing with the Saints: Joy in the Spiritual Life
- Rev. James Martin
(Hilton) Pacific CD
3-17
Advocacy: Standing With, By and For Young People
- Maggie McCarty
(Hilton) Laguna
3-18
Christ the Teacher, Christ the Student
- Bro. Michael O’Neill McGrath
(Convention) 206
3-19
Listening to Luke - Rev. Patrick Mullen
(Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
3-20
Bringing HIV/AIDS Into The Light - Fr. Chris Ponnet &
Dr. Elizabeth Crabb Breen
(Convention) 212
3-21
Jesus as the First Non-dualistic Teacher of the West
- Rev. Richard Rohr
(Convention) Arena
3-22
Parish Leadership: Practical Skills - Bro. Loughlan Sofield
(Convention) 209
3-23
Salt for the Earth, Light for the World - Sr. Maureen Sullivan
(Sheraton) Garden Room
3-24
Celebrating and Praying the Word with Children: Enriching Their
Relationship with God - Christopher Walker & Sr. Paule Freeburg
3-25
Stand in the Light: Your Chair is Putting You to Sleep!
- David Wells, Mike Stanley & Joanne Boyce
3-26
Parenting – Are We Having Fun Yet! - Char Wenc
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(Marriott) Marquis North
3-27
Faith: Living Out the Full Cycle of Creation - David Whyte
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(Convention) 204 AB
3-70
Vietnamese Workshop - Bro. Fortunat Phong
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(Sheraton) Park Ballroom
Workshops
3-02
(Convention) Ballroom AB
(Marriott) Marquis Center-S
(Convention) 203
(Convention) 210 D
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PERIOD 4
10:00 - 11:30 a.m. • Saturday, March 3, 2007
WORKSHOP
AUDIO
LOCATION
4-01 Playing Together – Praying Together: Using InterPlay in
(Convention) 207 ABC
Ministry - Betsey Beckman, Judith Reichsman & Laura Ash
4-02 The Parish as System: Moving Toward Great Parishes
(Convention) 208
- Rev. Patrick Brennan
4-03 Sacred Moments – Our Children and Youth Long For Them
(Convention) Ballroom C
- Monica Brown & Hilary Musgrave
4-04 It’s a Brighter Day! - Richard Cheri
(Convention) 303
4-05 Light in the Darkness: Family in Times of Crisis
— (Convention) 213 ABC
- Dr. Kathleen Chesto
4-06 Kids Are Worth It! Giving Your Child the Gift of Inner Discipline — (Hilton) Pacific CD
- Barbara Coloroso
4-07 Freeing Celibacy - Rev. Donald Cozzens
(Convention) 204 AB
4-08 The God of the Prophets: A Theological Tapestry
(Hilton) Huntington
- Carol Dempsey
4-09 Easter Spirituality in the Middle of Lent - Rev. Richard Fragomeni
(Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
(Convention) 210 D
4-10 Horizons and Hopes for Religious Education: Our Way Forward
- Thomas Groome
4-11 Reading Them Again for the First Time: The Documents of
(Marriott) Marquis North-E
Vatican II Today - Edward Hahnenberg
4-12 “I’d Like to See That”: Getting Young People Excited About
(Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
Scripture - Mark Hart
4-13 Only You, O God: Simple Songs for Worship - Marty Haugen
— (Convention) 201 ABC
4-14 Lost in Wonder: Finding Heaven on Earth - Rev. Terry Hershey
(Convention) Arena
— (Sheraton) Palm Rooms
4-15 Icons: Theology in Color and Light - Rev. Michael Joncas
(Convention) 202
4-16 Seven Styles of Learning in the Pre-school Environment
- Keri Krout
4-17 Our Hunger for Intimacy - Lynn Levo
— (Sheraton) Park Ballroom
4-18 Leadership Skills for the Common Good - Donna Markham
(Convention) 209
(Convention) 212
4-19 Does Religion Have a Place in a Technological Society?
- Archbishop Diarmuid Martin
4-20 Nostra Aetate – 40 Years Later - Bishop Malcolm McMahon
(Hilton) Laguna
4-21 Jesus the Jew - Rev. Patrick Mullen
(Convention) Ballroom AB
(Convention) 206
4-22 The Sacramentality of the Permanent Diaconate
- Rev. Kenan Osborne
4-23 Church: A Community of Immigrants - Peter Phan
(Hilton) Palos Verdes
4-24 Paul as the Successor of Jesus in Non-dual Thinking
(Marriott) Marquis Center-S
- Rev. Richard Rohr
4-25 Seeing By the Light of Another: Learning from Other People’s
(Convention) 210 ABC
Stories - John Shea
4-26 Helping Our Children, Adolescents & Adults When They Are
(Convention) 204 C
Grieving the Death of a Loved One - Lizabeth Sumner
4-27 Adolescent Catechesis: New Approaches to Old Truths
(Convention) 203
- Michael Theisen
4-28 Crossing the Desert: The Spirituality of Letting Go and Inner
— (Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
Freedom - Dr. Robert Wicks
4-29 There is Much More to Not Drinking than Just Not Drinking
(Convention) 201 D
- Rev. Thomas Weston
4-70 Vietnamese Workshop - Rev. Peter Ngo
(Sheraton) Garden Room
(Convention) 205
4-80 Tagalog Workshop - Bishop Luis Antonio Tagle
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PERIOD 5
Saturday, March 3, 2007 • 1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
WORKSHOP
5-01 The Cross and the Crescent: Catholicism and Islam and
Benedict XVI - John Allen Jr.
AUDIO
LOCATION
(Convention) Arena
Ministry as New Light in Our Church and World
- Msgr. Arturo Bañuelas
(Sheraton) Garden Room
5-03
Jesus the Wisdom Teacher and Old Testament Wisdom
- Rev. Lawrence Boadt
(Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
5-04
The Spiritual Life of Your Teen - Michael Carotta
(Convention) 210 ABC
5-05
Parenting Through Crisis: Helping Kids in Time of Loss, Grief
and Change - Barbara Coloroso
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(Convention) 212
5-06
Advent Music: Music of Hope, Joy and Promise - Jaime Cortez
5-07
The Eucharist and Justice - Michael Crosby
(Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
(Convention) 201 ABC
5-08
The Evolving Role of Deacons in the Contemporary Church:
Trends & Issues - Dcn. William Ditewig
(Convention) 204 C
5-09
The Challenge of Evangelization - Ken Doran
(Convention) 202
5-10
Illuminating the Young Child’s Faith Journey
- Early Childhood Board
(Convention) 209
5-11 Sex and the City of God: Where Love and Justice Meet
- Sr. Fran Ferder & Rev. John Heagle
(Marriott) Marquis North-W
5-12
Throwing Light on Globalization - Julian Filochowski
(Convention) 208
5-13
Ingredients of Faith for Today - Michael Paul Gallagher
(Hilton) Laguna
5-14
One Woman’s Faith Journey - Edwina Gateley
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(Convention) Ballroom AB
5-15
Every Time I Feel The Spirit: Celebrating the Breath of Life
- David Haas
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(Convention) 303
5-16
RCIA: Deep Within – Finding New Life in the Scrutinies
- Dorothy Hulburt
(Convention) 204 AB
5-17
Baptism: Life Now … And at the Hour of Our Death
- Rev. Joe Kempf
(Convention) 213 ABC
5-18
Endless Is Your Love - Tom Kendzia, ValLimar & Frank Jansen
5-19
Malcolm X and Catholic Social Teaching - Rev. Bryan Massingale
(Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
5-20
There’s Something About Mary: Our Teacher, Model, Guide
in Contemplating the Face of Christ - Sr. Peggy McDonald
(Convention) Ballroom DE
5-21
The Twilight Wisdom of the Heart: The Art of Harvesting
Your Inner Light - John O’Donohue
5-22
Raising an Emotionally Healthy Child - Patt & Steve Saso
(Marriott) Marquis North-E
5-23
Tune In: Use Their Issues, Teach to Their Issues, Touch
Their Hearts! - Anna Scally
(Convention) Ballroom C
5-24
Be Open to the Light: Laughter is a Tool - Sr. Anne Bryan Smollin
(Marriott) Marquis Center-S
5-25
Dancing in the Light - Rev. Robert VerEecke & Jamie Huggins
5-26
How to Overcome Marital Crises - Dr. John Yzaguirre &
Claire Yzaguirre
(Hilton) Pacific AB
5-27
Becoming an Adult Catholic: Spirituality, Religion and the
Struggle for Integrity - Tom Zanzig
(Sheraton) Palm Rooms
5-70
Vietnamese Workshop - Rev. Anthony Dao
(Sheraton) Tiffany Terrace
5-75
Korean Workshop (Ministry with Korean-American Youth and
Young Adults – Is There Still Hope?) - Katherine Cho
(Hilton) Capistrano
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(Convention) 203
(Hilton) Pacific CD
(Convention) 207 ABC
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5-02
PERIOD 6
3:00 - 4:30 p.m. • Saturday, March 3, 2007
WORKSHOP
6-01 Dance in the Light - Donna Anderle
AUDIO
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LOCATION
(Convention) 207 ABC
6-02
Ministry with Lesbian and Gay Catholics: Insights for the Whole
Church - Dr. Tom Beaudoin with Rev. James Martin &
Sr. Patricia Farrell
(Convention) Ballroom C
6-03
Simple Pleasures and the Sacramental Life - Nancy Bird
(Sheraton) Palm Rooms
6-04
Discipleship and Ministry in the Example of Paul - Barbara Bowe
(Convention) 205
6-05
Sing! Move! Celebrate! The Power of Music in Religious
Education - John Burland
(Convention) 303
6-06
We Lead Sacred Lives – Even When We Don’t Think So!
- Rev. John Cusick
(Hilton) Pacific AB
6-07
Praying the Hours with Thomas Merton - Sr. Meg Funk &
Kathleen Deignan
(Sheraton) Park Ballroom
6-08
The Catholic Apprentice: “You’re Hired!” - Dr. Jerry Galipeau
(Convention) 210 D
6-09
Mexican Immigration and Christian Spirituality
- Rev. Daniel Groody
(Convention) 204 AB
6-10
The Seven Levels of Intimacy - Matthew Kelly
(Convention) Ballroom DE
6-11
Come With Me Into the Fields - Colette Kennett
(Hilton) Palos Verdes
6-12
Pastoral Challenges: Managing Difficult People
- Donna Markham
(Convention) 202
6-13
Incarnation: The Immigration of God - Timothy Matovina
(Hilton) Huntington
6-14
Stand in the Light: Don’t Just Stand There, Do Something
– Absorb the Light! - Dr. Megan McKenna
(Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
6-15
Priest, Prophet and King – Really? - Jo Ann Paradise
(Convention) 211
6-16
Multiple Intelligence Applications – Part II - Dr. Robert Pavlik
(Convention) 208
6-17
The Death of Innocents - Sr. Helen Prejean
(Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
6-18
Liturgical Spirituality: Source of Transformation
- Rev. Ronald Raab
(Hilton) Laguna
6-19
“I Still Believe!” - Rev. R. Tony Ricard
(Convention) Arena
6-20
Sweating Blood in the Garden of Gethsemane – Jesus as Lover
- Rev. Ronald Rolheiser
(Marriott) Marquis Center-S
6-21
Standing in the Light of the Gospel of Luke: Spirituality and
Justice - John Shea
(Clarion) Orangewood
6-22
Leadership: The Person of the Leader - Bro. Loughlan Sofield
(Convention) 206
6-23
Strengthening the Family: Building Character - Pam Stenzel
(Convention) 213 ABC
6-24
Using Art to Teach Religious Education - Victor Valenzuela
(Convention) 210 ABC
6-25
The Eucharist: Reconciliation, Remembrance, Rejoicing
- Sr. Maureen Sullivan
(Convention) 209
6-26
Music of Light – or Music “Lite”? - Christopher Walker
(Convention) 201 ABC
6-27
God’s Politics: Why the Right Gets It Wrong and the Left
Doesn’t Get It - Jim Wallis
(Convention) Ballroom AB
6-28
You Can’t Do God’s Work Without It – Five Skills to Kick
Your Communication to the Next Level - Char Wenc
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(Hilton) Pacific CD
6-29
Thresholds: Navigating the Difficult Transitions of Life
- David Whyte
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(Convention) 203
6-70
Vietnamese Workshop - Bro. Fortunat Phong
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(Convention) 204 C
PERIOD 7
Sunday, March 4, 2007 • 10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
WORKSHOP
7-01 Jesus and the Politics of Compassion - Barbara Bowe
AUDIO
LOCATION
(Sheraton) Palm Rooms
It’s Elementary! Using Music and Movement Creatively in
Religious Education - John Burland
(Marriott) Marquis South
7-03
Integrity and Gospel Leadership - Rev. Donald Cozzens
(Convention) 209
7-04
(Convention) fronting the Massive Secularity of Today’s
Young Adults - Rev. John Cusick
(Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
7-05
Bearers of Light: A Gift and Challenge - Rev. Ray East
(Marriott) Marquis North
7-06
Effective Prayer with Children: It’s Easier Than you Think!
- Steven Ellair
(Marriott) Marquis Center
7-07
Oscar Romero of the Americas – A Martyr for the 21st Century
- Julian Filochowski
(Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
7-08
What Am I Supposed To Do With These Kids? - Amy Florian
7-09
Be Sealed with the Gift of the Holy Spirit: The Theology and
Spirituality of the Sacrament of Confirmation - Paul Ford
(Hilton) Pacific AB
7-10
Lectio Divina with Thomas Merton - Sr. Meg Funk &
Kathleen Deignan
(Convention) 207 ABC
7-11
Formation and Evangelization: Whole Community Catechesis
- Dr. Jerry Galipeau
(Convention) 202
7-12
Soul Sisters – Women in Scripture - Edwina Gateley
7-13
When Grief Follows a Suicide: Are God’s Loving Arms Wide
Enough for All of Us? - Rt. Rev. Richard Gilbert
7-14
The Ministry of Liturgical Music: A Musical, Liturgical and
Pastoral Mission - David Haas
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(Convention) 303
7-15
The Eucharistic Prayer: Theology and Music - Rev. Michael Joncas
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(Convention) 203
7-16
Amazing Youth Mission Trips: How to Choose the Best for You
- Jim Knowles
7-17
Preaching to the Converted: How Do We Preach and Teach the
Good News to Modern People? - Rev. Richard Leonard
7-18
The Common Good in an Uncommon World (formerly titled The
Church Desired by Vatican II) - Archbishop Diarmuid Martin
(Convention) Ballroom A
7-19
Eucharistic Spirituality - Rev. Kenan Osborne
(Convention) Ballroom B
7-20
More Than a Job: Responding to the Call - Sr. Carol Quinlivan &
Rev. Jim Clarke
(Convention) 204 AB
7-21
Discovering Our Hidden Treasure - Joyce Rupp
(Hilton) Pacific CD
7-22
Stand in the Light: Nourish Your Soul!
- David Wells, Mike Stanley & Joanne Boyce
(Convention) 201 ABC
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(Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
(Convention) Ballroom DE
(Convention) 204 C
(Convention) 205
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(Convention) 210
7-23
Taking the Next Step in the Spiritual Life - Dr. Robert Wicks
(Convention) Arena
7-24
From Mental Illness to Spiritual Wisdom: A Father-Daughter
Odyssey - Barbara & Tom Zanzig
(Convention) Ballroom C
7-70
Vietnamese Workshop - Rev. Joseph Dinh Duc Dao
(Convention) 206
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7-02
PERIOD 8
1:00 - 2:30 p.m. • Sunday, March 4, 2007
WORKSHOP
8-01 A Biblical Spirituality of the Heart: Foundation for
Contemporary Devotion to the Sacred Heart - Stephen Binz
AUDIO
LOCATION
(Convention) 213 ABC
8-02
Evangelized by Gang Members: Solidarity and Friendship in
the Barrio - Rev. Gregory Boyle
(Convention) Ballroom DE
8-03
Quiet My Soul – Caring for the Catechists - Monica Brown &
Hilary Musgrave
(Convention) 207 ABC
8-04
Deacons Today and Tomorrow: How Do They Fit Into the
Contemporary Church? - Dcn. William Ditewig
(Sheraton) Park Ballroom
8-05
“Hear! I Am” - Dr. Michael J. Downey
(Convention) Ballroom C
8-06
How to Prepare Children – and Their Parents – for the
Sacraments - Elizabeth Ficocelli
(Hilton) Pacific AB
8-07
The Resurrection of the Body: Can I Get an Upgrade?
- D.J. Florian
(Convention) 201 ABC
8-08
Can We Talk? Finding Intimacy in a Culture of Isolation
- Sr. Fran Ferder & Rev. John Heagle
(Convention) 210
8-09
The Bystander’s Dilemma: A Matter of Conscience
- Dr. Greer Gordon
(Convention) Ballroom A
8-10
Co-workers in the Vineyard: Toward a Total Theology of
Ministry - Edward Hahnenberg
(Convention) 212
8-11
The Grace of Each Moment - Liam Lawton
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(Convention) Arena
8-12
Emotional Intelligence (EQ) in Leadership - Lynn Levo
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(Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
8-13
Young Adults – Finding Our Place, and the Church Finding Us
- Jesse Manibusan
(Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
8-14
Igniting the Passion of Catholic Beliefs and Rituals
- Leland Nagel
(Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
8-15
Fostering Children’s Religious Imagination - Brendan O’Reilly
& Maura Hyland
(Convention) 204 AB
8-16
Singing and Praying the Seasons - Christine Ondrla
(Convention) 211
8-17
Bearers of the Light: The Mission of the Church in Today’s
World - Josie Piranio
(Convention) 201 D
8-18
Welcoming the Starving: RCIA as Bread for Parish Life
- Rev. Ronald Raab
(Convention) 208
8-19
Biblical Border-Running: Violating the Lines that Separate Us
- Dr. Daniel Smith-Christopher
(Clarion) Orangewood
8-20
Looking for Beauty and Light Moments - Sr. Anne Bryan Smollin
(Hilton) Pacific CD
8-21
Liturgical Music Extreme Makeover II - Vic Vanacore,
Cesar Marquez & Sean Mahon
(Convention) 303
8-22
Re-imagining Adolescent Catechesis for the Next Generation
- Michael Theisen
(Convention) 205
8-23
Everybody Celebrate! Meeting Diverse Needs with Multi-Sensory
Sacramental Preparation - Ana Arista & Dr. Joseph White
8-70
Vietnamese Workshop - Bro. Linh Hoang
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(Convention) 202
(Convention) 204 C
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HORARIO
JUEVES, 1 DE MARZO
6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
VIERNES, 2 DE MARZO
8:00 a.m.
8:30 - 9:30 a.m.
10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
11:30 - 1:00 p.m.
11:45 - 12:30 p.m.
1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
5:15 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
9:30 p.m.
SÁBADO, 3 DE MARZO
8:00 a.m.
8:30 a.m.
10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
11:30 - 1:00 p.m.
11:45 - 12:30 p.m.
1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
5:15 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
9:30 p.m.
9:30 p.m. - 12:30 a.m.
DOMINGO, 4 DE MARZO
8:00 a.m.
8:15 - 9:30 a.m.
8:30 a.m.
10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
11:30 - 1:00 p.m.
11:45 - 12:30 p.m.
11:45 - 12:45 p.m.
1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
3:30 p.m.
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Congreso • 2 - 4 de marzo, 2007
Para recoger su guía del programa – (Area de prefunción)
Inscripción abierta – (Area de prefunción)
Oración/Música/Orientación – (Arena)
Primera Sesión de talleres
ALMUERZO
Música: Matt Maher, Mandy Bruno y Jenny Pixler – (Arena)
Música: Jacob and Matthew con Chris de Silva – (Sala B)
Segunda Sesión de talleres
Tercera Sesión de talleres
Servicio de Oración – (303, tercer piso)
LITURGIAS EUCARÍSTICAS (vea página 10)
Concierto: “Fiesta” – (Arena)
Catholic Filmmakers’ Showcase – (Hilton Pacific A)
Servicio de Taizé – (303, terser piso)
Inscripción abierta – (Area de prefunción)
Alabanza matutina (Arena)
Discurso: Rev. Bryan Massingale, STD – (sin traducción, Arena)
Cuarta Sesión de talleres
ALMUERZO
Música: Donna Peña y Maricio Centeno – (Arena)
Música: Vietnamita/Lasallian grupo – (Sala B)
Quinta Sesión de talleres
Sexta Sesión de talleres
Servicio de Oración – (303, tercer piso)
LITURGIAS EUCARÍSTICAS (vea página 10)
Concierto: “Light the Night” – (Arena)
Catholic Filmmakers’ Showcase – (Hilton Pacific A)
Oración de Completas – (303, tercer piso)
Baile de jóvenes (Marriott Marquis Center)
Inscripción abierta – (Area de prefunción)
LITURGIA EUCARÍSTICA – (Arena)
Asamblea General (Español): Ricardo Grzona – (Sala B)
Asamblea General (Inglés): Jim Wallis – (Salón DE)
Séptima Sesión de talleres
ALMUERZO
Música: Angotti, Jansen y Joseph – (Sala B)
Entretenimiento: “Lighten Up! with Doug Brummel” – (Arena)
Octava Sesión de talleres
LITURGIA EUCARÍSTICA DE CLAUSURA – (Arena)
HORARIO DE INSCRIPCIÓN:
Viernes y Sábado
Domingo
Lugar
8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Area de prefunción
HORARIO DE EXHIBICIONES:
Viernes y Sábado
Domingo
Lugar
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Sala A (Hall A)
EXHIBICIÓN MULTICULTURAL:
Viernes y Sábado
Domingo
Lugar
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Area de prefunción, segundo piso
“SACRED SPACE” EN
CONVENCIONES 304 (3O PISO)
Viernes y Sábado
Domingo
10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Incluyendo:
• El Laberinto
• Capilla
• Reconciliación
• Saint John’s Bible Project
• Arte
BIENVENIDO
Queridos Parti
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Sinceramente en
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Su Eminencia
Cardenal Roge
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s Ángeles
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BIENVENIDO
Queridos Amig
os,
Una vez más
me siento enca
ntada de darle
semana del Co
s la bienvenida
ngre
a este maravill
refresca y se vu so, en el cual podremos expe
oso fin de
rimentar cómo
elve a llenar de
se renueva nues
energía para se
Nuestro tema
tra fe, se
para el 2007,
guir comparti
“Permanecer
endo la “Buena
todos nuestros
en la Luz,” es
Nueva.”
sentidos y así
una llamada a
poder sumergi
brillo penetra
poner alertas
rnos en la incr
en todos, en to
eíble luz de D
do y en todas
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partes.
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y
ya saben, se ha
establecido la
Arquidiócesis
Fundación de
de Los Ángeles
Educación relig
para la formac
de Educación
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ión y educació
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rante todo el fin
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tunidades de
Las inspirado
s diversas com
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unidades de fe
nes litúrgicas
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programadas
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seguramente re
novarán nuestro como las representaciones
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artísticas
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evarán nuestro
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De nuevo agra
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promiso para
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seguir derram
lo y una bendic
ando “la Luz de
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Espero saluda
rlos en este gr
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Hna. Edith Pr
endergast, RS
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Directora
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Congreso • 31 de marzo - 2 de abril, 2006
ARTICULOS PERDIDOS
Si usted encontró o perdió algo, por favor diríjase al
salón de Convenciones AR 1.
AUDIO-GRABACIÓN
Muchas de las sesiones serán grabadas (indicado con
). Los audiocasetes estarán disponibles a la venta
en el puesto de casetes del Centro de Convenciones
localizado al este del Pasillo A (Hall A).
CENTRO DE MENSAJES TELEFÓNICOS
El centro de mensajes, situado en el Pasillo A (Hall
A), puede recibir mensajes. Para dejar un mensaje,
llamen al (714) 765-8883 o (714) 765-8884.
Viernes:
10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Sábado:
9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Domingo:
9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
ESTACIONAMIENTO
El estacionamiento durante el día está disponible
en la estructura de estacionamiento del Centro de
Convenciones al precio de $9 por día sin privilegios
de entradas y salidas.
HORAS DE EXIBICIÓN
Las exhibiciones están localizadas en el Pasillo A
(Hall A). Ver páginas 87-91 con el listado de las
exhibiciones. Las exhibiciones abrirán durante las
siguientes horas:
Viernes:
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Sábado:
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Domingo:
8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
INFORMACION ACERCA DE LOS SALONES
DE HOSPITALIDAD
Para dar o conseguir información acerca del salón
de hospitalidad de su parroquia, favor de revisar el
pizarrón de información en el Pasillo A (Hall A).
PRIMEROS AUXILIOS
Una estación de Primeros Auxilios para problemas
de salud rutinarios estará localizada en la galería
afuera del área del Pasillo A (Hall A).
RESERVACIONES DE RESTAURANTE
En la galería a fuera del área del Pasillo A (Hall A),
puede encontrar menus y a la vez hacer
reservaciones:
Viernes y Sábado: 11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Domingo:
11:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
TELEFONOS CELULARES / PAGERS
Como señal de respeto hacia los conferenciastas y
otros participantes, por favor apaguen sus teléfonos
y pagers durante las sesiones generales, liturgias y
talleres.
INFORMA
CIÓN DEL CONFERENCIST
A
INFORMACIÓN
CONFERENCISTA
GAFETES / BOLETOS
TALLERES
Los gafetes con sus nombres deberán ser portados
Para asistir a los talleres debe tener el boleto apropiado
en todo momento. Los boletos son necesarios para la
para ese taller. Nadie podrá entrar a los talleres sin boleto.
admisión tanto en las sesiones generales como en
Puede usar su boleto para asistir al taller de la Arena o la
los talleres.
Sala B pero este taller no es para personas sin boletos. Por
favor no olvide apagar su teléfono celular y pager.
RESERVACIÓN DE ASIENTOS
Se permite reservar asientos para sus amigos,
solamente hasta 10 minutos antes de que empiece la
sesión. Después de este tiempo, le rogamos deje los
asientos libres, y permita que otra persona los ocupe.
Le pedimos que si usted está guardando el asiento
para alguien, y un voluntario del congreso le pide
que le deje ese asiento a alguien más, siga las
instrucciones que le sean dadas.
Todos los talleres comenzarán a tiempo. Algunos conferencistas han pedido que no dejemos entrar a personas que
lleguen tarde. También les pedimos, que traten de no salirse
del taller durante la presentación. La mayoría de los talleres
tiene un descanso, le pedimos que si desea no continuar en
el taller use este tiempo para irse ya que así no perturbará
al conferencista ni a los otros participantes.
Todas las sesiones comienzan al mismo tiempo, muchas de
las personas presentadoras han pedido que nadie sea
admitido/a a los salones después que la sesión haya
comenzado. También les pedimos no abandonar el salón
durante la presentación. Muchos de los talleres tendrán un
momento apropiado en el cual no se interrumpirá la sesión.
EMERGENCIAS
En caso de alguna emergencia, póngase, por favor,
en contacto con la persona más próxima que esté
portando un listón oficial del congreso blanco o azul,
estas personas están en contacto radial y pueden
conseguir ayuda inmediata. Para una emergencia que CAMBIO DE BOLETOS
consideren de vida o muerte, por favor llamen al
Se pueden cambiar boletos de los talleres que tengan lugares
9-1-1.
disponibles durante el día viernes a partir del medio día en
FUMADORES
la ventanilla del puesto de inscripción localizada en el area
No se permite fumar en el centro de convenciones,
de prefunción. Nota: Todos los bolestos pueden ser usados
hay varios patios asignados dónde será permitido.
para entrar a las sesiones de la Arena y el Hall B.
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Español
COMIDA / CONCESIONES
El Centro de Convenciones ofrece diariamente diferentes opciones de comida en el Pasillo A (Hall A).
Desayuno Continental:
8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Almuerzo:
11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Carritos de concesiones: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
INFORMA
CIÓN
INFORMACIÓN
TALLERES
Congreso • VIERNES, 2 DE MARZO
SESIÓN 1 – 10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
AG LUGAR
1-51
La nueva Luz: Cómo el ministerio forma la iglesia y su misión
- Msgr. Arturo Bañuelas
(Convention) 213 ABC
1-52
Año litúrgico y año religioso hispano - Benjamin Bravo Perez
(Convention) 206
1-53
Cuando el sufrimiento de los jóvenes no es normal
- Carlos Carrillo Velásquez
(Marriott) Marquis North
1-54
Aprender de los fracasos - Ana García-Mina
(Convention) Hall B
1-55
La comisión litúrgica en la parroquia – ¿bendición o confusión?
- Pedro Rubalcava y Santiago Fernández
1-56
El arte de enseñar los sacramentos - Victor Valenzuela
—
(Convention) 203
(Sheraton) Park Ballroom
= audio-grabación
SESIÓN 2 – 1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
AG LUGAR
2-51
Improvising on the Guitar/ Improvisando en la guitarra
- Jaime Cortez
2-52
Dificultades, hoy, en la transmisión de la fe
- Rev. Angel de la Parte París
(Sheraton) Park Ballroom
2-53
Formación de la conciencia moral
- Rev. José-Román Flecha Andrés
(Convention) 201 ABC
2-54
La vida es una eucaristía (Sacramento de la Eucaristía)
- Rev. Alvaro Ginel Vielva
(Convention) Hall B
2-55
Las contribuciones de los hispanos en California
- Dr. David Hayes-Bautista
(Convention) 211
2-56
¡La transformación de corazón de los adultos a través de
la catequesis litúrgica! - Laura López
(Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
SESIÓN 3 – 3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
—
(Convention) 205
AG LUGAR
3-51
La comprensión como camino al amor - Rudolf Finke
(Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
3-52
La migración mexicana y espiritualidad cristiana
- Rev. Daniel Groody
(Hilton) Huntington
3-53
Símbolos, arte y celebración litúrgica - Siro López Gutiérrez
(Convention) 202
3-54
Los primeros discípulos y misioneros de Jesucristo
- Rev. Armando Noguez Alcantara
(Convention) 201 ABC
3-55
Los manuscritos del Mar Muerto - Jaime Vázquez Allegue
(Clarion) Orangewood
3-56
La intimidad emocional y espiritual en el matrimonio
- John Yzaguirre
(Convention) Hall B
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TALLERES
SABADO, 3 DE MARZO, 2007
SESIÓN 4 – 10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
AG LUGAR
4-51
El ser, saber y saber hacer: Como constructores de la
comunidad de fe - Alejandro Aguilera-Titus
(Hilton) Pacific AB
4-52
La historia de la salvación es nuestra historia
- Rev. Juan Luis Calderón Varona
(Clarion) Orangewood
4-53
La evolución del sentimiento religioso y la educación en la fe
en nuestra vida - Ana García-Mina
(Sheraton) Tiffany Terrace
4-54
Encarnación: La inmigración de Dios - Timothy Matovina
(Convention) Hall B
4-55
Como hablar sobre la sexualidad con los jóvenes: Una perspectiva
de fe - Mons. Jaime Soto
(Convention) Ballroom DE
4-56
Ejes doctrinales de la revelación Judeo-cristiana
- Dr. Gonzalo Tejerina-Arias
(Hilton) Capistrano
4-57
El evangelio de Judas - Jaime Vázquez Allegue
(Convention) 211
AG LUGAR
5-51
Enormes tareas para los “Mini”stros - Benjamin Bravo Perez
(Convention) 210 D
5-52
Hacia un liderazgo cristiano - Carlos Carrillo Velásquez
(Convention) 206
5-53
La familia: un ministerio de gracia y esperanza - Maria Covarrubias
(Hilton) Huntington
5-54
Aprender a orar con niños y jóvenes
- Rev. Angel de la Parte París
(Sheraton) Park Ballroom
5-55
Vivir perdonados (Sacramento de la Penitencia)
- Rev. Alvaro Ginel Vielva
(Clarion) Orangewood
5-56
Los preadolescentes 11-13 años y su Confirmación
- Rev. Eduardo Levy
(Convention) 211
5-57
Las Últimas Siete Palabras de Cristo - Eduardo Rivera y
Jorge Rivera
5-58
La iglesia que somos – La iglesia que querémos ser
- Rev. Domingo Rodríguez Zambrana
SESIÓN 6 – 3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
Español
SESIÓN 5 – 1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
—
(Convention) 205
(Convention) Hall B
AG LUGAR
6-51
La misa dominical: Cantemos como familia - Dr. Lorenzo Florian
—
(Marriott) Marquis North-W
6-52
Del discipulado a la misión: Espiritualidad bíblica del
catequista - Ricardo Grzona
(Convention) Hall B
6-53
Arte contemporáneo y cristianismo - Siro López Gutiérrez
(Hilton) Capistrano
6-54
V CELAM en Brasil - José Marins y Hna. Teolide Maria Trevisan
(Convention) 212
6-55
Las estructuras familiares y el discipulado cristiano
- Rev. Armando Noguez Alcantara
(Marriott) Marquis North-E
6-56
Dos formas de sobrellevar la pena: Job y Eclesiastés
- Abundio Parra Sánchez
(Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
6-57
Espiritualidad sacerdotal contemporánea
- Rev. Cristian Precht Bañados
(Sheraton) Garden Room
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TALLERES
Congreso • DOMINGO, 4 DE MARZO
ASAMBLEA GENERAL
Sala B – Domingo, 8:30 a.m.
RICARDO GRZONA
“Catequista: Luz para alumbrar a las naciones”
Jesús vino para iluminarnos el camino. El catequista es el conductor hacia la
Luz Verdadera. Distinguir la luz de la oscuridad. Luces y sombras del mundo
actual. Luces y sombras de nuestra catequesis. Análisis del evangelio para seguir la Luz.
Pasos concretos para un catequista que se convierte de discípulo en misionero de la luz.
Distinguir entre los “iluminados” que pretenden usurpar el puesto de Jesús con falsas
verdades gnosticas para ser portadores de la Luz que ilumina a las naciones
Ricardo Grzona fue profesor de catequesis y de catequética en varios seminarios e
universidades. También, fue Secretario de Catequesis y Educación del CELAM. El es Presidente
de la Fundación Ramón Pané y Consultor Católico de las Sociedades Bíblicas Unidas para las
Américas.
SESIÓN 7 – 10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
AG LUGAR
7-51
Discípulos jóvenes en encuentro y misión hoy
- Alejandro Aguilera-Titus
(Clarion) Orangewood
7-52
Repensar en don de la vida: Teología y ética
- Dr. Roberto Dell’Oro
(Sheraton) Park Ballroom
7-53
Educación para adultos en valores y virtudes
- Rev. José-Román Flecha Andrés
(Convention) Hall B
7-54
Los niños cantan a Dios - Dr. Lorenzo Florian
7-55
La tentación de los fundamentalismos
- José Marins y Hna. Teolide Maria Trevisan
(Convention) 211
7-56
En el pabellón de la muerte: Un sistema de ser culpable hasta
comprobarse inocente - Juan Roberto Meléndez-Colón
(Convention) 213 ABC
SESIÓN 8 – 1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
—
(Convention) 212
AG LUGAR
8-51
Al estilo de Jesús: La moral cristiana en mi historia de salvación
- Rev. Juan Luis Calderón Varona
(Convention) Hall B
8-52
Los adolescentes 15-18 años y la Confirmación
- Rev. Eduardo Levy
(Marriott) Marquis North
8-53
La alegría de vivir: Libro del Eclesiástico o Ben Sirá
- Abundio Parra Sánchez
(Marriott) Marquis South
8-54
El encuentro con Cristo en la liturgia
- Rev. Cristian Precht Bañados
(Convention) 209
8-55
El misterio de dios encarnado en su iglesia
- Rev. Domingo Rodríguez Zambrana
(Convention) Ballroom B
8-56
La fe cristiana entre el racionalismo y el fideísmo
- Dr. Gonzalo Tejerina-Arias
(Convention) 206
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PROGRAMAS
Oficina de Educación Religosa
CONTACTO
Certificación para el Ministerio con Adultos
Entrenamiento (nivel avanzado) para líderes en el ministerio con los adultos.
Cursos de Verano con la temática “La Palabra de Dios da vida”
Se desarrollará los fines de semana del 14 y 15 & 21 y 22 de julio 2007
Especialización para Catequistas de Adultos (Básica y Advanzada)
Un programa para personas que trabajan en la catequesis con adultos.
Estudio de las Escrituras Cristianas
Un programa de nivel básico para estudiar la Biblia (16 sesiones).
Estudio de las Escrituras Hebreas
Un programa de nivel básico para estudiar la Biblia (16 sesiones).
Instituto Bíblico Católico (curso avanzado)
Un programa de tres años, se adquiere certificación como Animador/a Biblico/a.
Instituto de Pastoral y Evangelización
Programa de formación pastoral a nivel básico e intermedio
Instituto Superior de Ciencias Religiosas
Formación académica para obtener una Licenciatura en Ciencias Religiosas.
La Biblia: Palabra de Vida
Un programa (nivel básico) estudiar la Biblia.
Pequeñas Comunidades Cristianos
Acompañar, estudiar sobre y como ser y hacer comunidad.
Semilla del Reino
Evangelización y catequesis diseñado para líderes parroquiales.
También Yo Soy Tu Pueblo I y II
Dos cursos para quienes desean iniciarse en el conocimiento de la Biblia.
Lourdes Gonzalez-Rubio
(213) 637-7344
Humberto Ramos
(213) 637-7345
Lourdes Gonzalez-Rubio
(213) 637-7344
Martha Nuñez
(213) 637-7705
Martha Nuñez
(213) 637-7705
Martha Nuñez
(213) 637-7705
Humberto Ramos
(213) 637-7345
Humberto Ramos
(213) 637-7345
Martha Nuñez
(213) 637-7705
Humberto Ramos
(213) 637-7345
Humberto Ramos
(213) 637-7345
Martha Nuñez
(213) 637-7705
PASTORAL JUVENIL
Formación Básica para Agentes de Pastoral Juvenil
Se realizan en centros destinados por cada Mesa Regional, 14 sesiones/3 horas.
Formación Avanzada de Especialización en Pastoral Juvenil
Dos años teóricos, uno de práctica parroquial y ponen en practica un proyecto.
Talleres de Formación Complementario para Agentes de Pastoral Juvenil
Talleres de capacitación específica dentro del Ministerio con Jóvenes Adultos.
Alberto Embry
(213) 637-7355
Alberto Embry
(213) 637-7355
Alberto Embry
(213) 637-7355
FORMACIÓN DE CATEQUISTAS
Formación Básica para Catequistas
Formación en la fe y en las habilidades para catequistas que comienzan.
Ministerios Catequéticos Avanzados
Tres años de formación avanzada para Líderes Catequéticos y parroquiales.
Lourdes Gonzalez-Rubio
(213) 637-7344
Lourdes Gonzalez-Rubio
(213) 637-7344
MINISTERIO PARA ADOLESCENTES Y CONFIRMACION
Confirmación
Dos cursos (básico y avanzado) con especialización; talleres y entrenamiento.
Ernesto Vega
(213) 637-7498
ELEMENTAL
Especialización para Catequistas de Elemental
Dos cursos (básico y avanzado) para Catequistas y Maestros de Catequistas.
Talleres de Enriquecimiento/Retiros para Niños/Evaluación de Textos
Catequéticos de Primaria
Martha Nuñez
(213) 637-7705
Martha Nuñez
(323) 931-7705
CONGRESOS REGIONALES
San Fernando – Congreso Regional
San Pedro – Congreso Regional
San Gabriel – Congreso Regional
Santa Barbara – Congreso Regional
O.L.A. – Congreso Regional
22 de septiembre, 2007
6 de octubre, 2007
*fecha pendiente
13 de octubre, 2007
27 de octubre, 2007
Lynn Lang
K. Plascencia
Eileen Gateley
Sue Spies
David Lara
(818) 365-5123
(562) 630-6272
(626) 962-7707
(805) 569-1135
(310) 216-9587
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Español
EDUCACIÓN PARA ADULTOS
BLESSING PRA
YER
PRAYER
ABlessingPrayerForLight
for the 2007 Los Angeles Religious Education Congress
Light cannot see inside things.
That is what the dark is for:
Minding the interior,
Nurturing the draw of growth
Through places where death
In its own time turns into life.
In the glare of neon times,
Let our eyes not be worn
By surfaces that shine
With hunger made attractive.
That our thoughts may be true light,
Finding their way into words
Which have the weight of shadow
To hold the layers of truth.
That we never place our trust
In minds claimed by empty light,
Where one-sided certainties
Are driven by false desire.
When we look into the heart,
May our eyes have the kindness
And reverence of candlelight.
That the searching of our minds
Be equal to the oblique
Crevices and corners where
The mystery continues to dwell,
Concealed in fugitive light.
When we are confined inside
The dark house of suffering
That moonlight find a window.
When we become false and lost
That the severe noon-light
Would cast our shadow clear.
When we love, that dawn-light
Would lighten our feet
Upon the waters.
As we grow old, that twilight
Would illuminate treasure
In the fields of memory.
When we come to search for God,
Let us first be robed in night,
Put on the mind of morning
To feel the insurgency
Of light that will slow
Inside the stillness
Of a found world.
Copyright: John O’Donohue. www.johnodonohue.com
from “To Bless The Space Between Us,” Doubleday Press. © 2007
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ARENA
Friday, March 2, 2007 • 8:30 a.m.
OPENING RITE & WELCOME
Friday, March 2, 2007
PRELUDE
Vietnamese Drummers/Lasalle Troupe
Nigerian Igbo Community
“Welcome” by Chris de Silva
Copyright © 2006 by GIA Publications.
All rights reserved. Used with permission
Arena
GATHERING SONG
Let Your Love Come Down
Joshua Blakesley and Jeff Thomas
Verse 1 Lord, I will stand and wait with hands lifted high and praise.
Make this a heavenly place. Let your love come to me, O Lord,
I trust in your holy Word. I long to see your face. (Refrain)
© 2006, Joshua Blakesley and Jeff Thomas. Published by spiritandsong.com®, a division of OCP.
All rights reserved. Used with permission.
Verse 2 By the light of your tender grace I’m free in this holy place. This is
your day! Remember your Word, O God, the promise that you
will come. I long to see your face. (Refrain)
Bridge I will wait for you. I will wait for your promise. I will wait for
you. I will wait for your promise. I will wait for you. I will wait
for your promise. (Refrain)
COLLECT
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OPENING RITE & WELCOME
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ARENA
8:30 a.m. • Friday, March 2, 2007
PROCLAMATION
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Msgr. Ray East
Michelle Youssef
SONG
The Power of One
Johnny Clegg
SCRIPTURE
2 Corinthians 3:18; 4:5-7
RESPONSE
Sal y Luz
Santiago Fernández
Letra: De Mateo 5, 13-16. Letra y música © 2003, Santiago Fernández.
Obra publicada por spiritandsong.com®. Derechos reservados. Usado con permiso.
REFLECTION
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OPENING RITE & WELCOME
Sr. Edith Prendergast, RSC
Director, Office of Religious Education
Archdiocese of Los Angeles
2007 Religious Education Congress
ARENA
Friday, March 2, 2007 • 8:30 a.m.
PRAYER/RITUAL
Voice 1: May we remember the divine radiance within us.
All sing: Stand in the light of love,
Voice 2:
All sing:
May we open our hearts to receive God’s light, source of transformation.
Shining in our hearts and illuminating our lives.
Voice 3:
All sing:
May we stand up to destructive darkness and welcome the brightness of
God’s enduring presence.
Stand in the light of truth,
Voice 4:
All sing:
May we radiate God’s compassions and become beacons offering guidance.
Piercing the darkness transforming us anew...
SONG
2007 CONGRESS THEME SONG
John Angotti and Kevin Paige
Stand in the Light /Permanecer en la Luz
(Please refer to pages 64-65 for the full version)
Refrain
Arena
Spanish lyrics by Anna Betancourt and Peter Kolar. Copyright © 2007.
Published by World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
CARDINAL’S REMARKS
Cardinal Roger Mahony
Archbishop of Los Angeles
CLOSING PRAYER
BLESSING
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ARENA
8:30 a.m. • Friday, March 2, 2007
SENDING FORTH
Siyahamba/We Are Marching
African traditional
F
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African phonetics:
See-yah-hahmb eh-koo-kah-nyen kwen-kose
See-yah-hahm-bah
Text: South African © 1984 Utryck, Walton Music Corporation, agent.
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OPENING RITE & WELCOME
2007 Religious Education Congress
ARENA
Friday, March 2, 2007 • 5:15 p.m.
NATIVE AMERICAN LITURGY
Friday, March 2, 2007
Rev. Paul Ojibway, presider
PRELUDE
Song at the Center
Refrain
Marty Haugen
Arena
Verse 1
In the east, the place of dawning, there is beauty in the morn,
Here the seeker finds new visions as each sacred day is born;
All who honor life around them, all who honor life within,
They shall shine with light and glory when the morning breaks again.
Verse 2
In the south, the place of growing, there is wisdom in the earth,
Both the painful song of dying and the joyful song of birth;
As the earth gives up her lifeblood so her children’s hearts may beat,
We give back to her our reverence holy ground beneath our feet.
Verse 3
In the north, the place of wisdom, there is holy darkness deep,
Here the silent song of mystery may awake you from your sleep;
Here the music still and holy sounds beneath the snow and night
In the ones who wait with patience for the coming of the light.
Verse 4
In the west, the place of seeing, there is born a vision new
Of the servant of the servants, who proclaimed a gospel true;
Let the creatures of creation echo back creations prayer,
Let the Spirit now breathe through us and restore the sacred there.
Text: Marty Haugen. Tune: DEBORAH, 8 7 8 7 D with refrain; Marty Haugen.
Copyright © 1993, GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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NATIVE AMERICAN LITURGY
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ARENA
5:15 p.m. • Friday, March 2, 2007
GATHERING SONG
NATIVE AMERICAN PROCESSIONAL
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OPENING PRAYER
– LITURGY OF THE WORD –
FIRST READING
Ezekiel 18:21-28
RESPONSORIAL PSALM
Antiphon
Psalm 130
Marty Haugen
Copyright © 2007. Marty Haugen. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
SECOND READING
“Meditation on The Beautiful Brother”
GOSPEL ACCLAMATION
Marty Haugen
Copyright © 2007. Marty Haugen. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
GOSPEL PROCLAMATION
Matthew 5:20-26
HOMILY
Rev. Paul Ojibway
PRAYER OF THE FAITHFUL
Response
Marty Haugen
Copyright © 2003. Marty Haugen. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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NATIVE AMERICAN LITURGY
2007 Religious Education Congress
ARENA
Friday, March 2, 2007 • 5:15 p.m.
– LITURGY OF THE EUCHARIST –
PRESENTATION OF THE GIFTS
On Eagle’s Wings
Michael Joncas
Verse 1 You who dwell in the shelter of the Lord, who abide in his shadow for
life, say to the Lord: “My refuge, my rock in whom I trust!” (Refrain)
Refrain
Verse 2
The snare of the fowler will never capture you, and famine will bring you
no fear: under his wings your refuge, his faithfulness your shield. (Refrain)
Verse 4
Arena
Verse 3 You need not fear the terror of the night, nor the arrow that flies by day;
though thousands fall about you, near you it shall not come. (Refrain)
For to his angels he’s given a command to guard you in all of your ways;
upon their hands they will bear you up, lest you dash your foot against a
stone. (Refrain)
Text: Psalm 91; Michael Joncas, © 1979, New Dawn Music. Published by OCP Publications.
HOLY
Mass of the Pueblo People
Copyright © 2003. Morning Buffalo. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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NATIVE AMERICAN LITURGY
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ARENA
5:15 p.m. • Friday, March 2, 2007
MEMORIAL ACCLAMATION
F
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Mass of the Pueblo People
Copyright © 2003. Morning Buffalo. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
AMEN
Mass of the Pueblo People
Copyright © 2000. Morning Buffalo. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
OUR FATHER
SIGN OF PEACE
FRACTION RITE
Lamb of God
Mass of the Pueblo People
Copyright © 2000. Morning Buffalo. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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2007 Religious Education Congress
ARENA
Friday, March 2, 2007 • 5:15 p.m.
COMMUNION SONGS
Bread of Life from Heaven
Refrain
Marty Haugen and Susan Briehl
Copyright © 2002. Published by GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
Many and Great (Song to the Mother)
Tune: Lacquiparle
Arena
Text: Wakantanka tuku nitawa; Dakota hymn; para. by Philip Frazier, 1892-1964, © 1916, Walton Music Corp.
Tune: LACQUIPARLE, 9 6 9 9 9 6; Dakota Odowan, 1879; acc. by John L. Bell, b.1949
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ARENA
5:15 p.m. • Friday, March 2, 2007
SONG OF THANKSGIVING
Chamna’Polo’xa (Amazing Grace)
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Text: St. 1-4, John Newton, 1725-1807; st. 5, attr. to John Rees, fl.1859
Tune: NEW BRITAIN, CM; Virginia Harmony, 1831; harm. by Edwin O. Excell, 1851-1921
POST-COMMUNION MEDITATION
PRAYER AFTER COMMUNION
BLESSING
DISMISSAL
SENDING FORTH
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NATIVE AMERICAN LITURGY
2007 Religious Education Congress
Saturday, March 3, 2007 • 8:00 a.m.
ARENA
MORNING PRAISE
Saturday, March 3, 2007
Maryann Nguyen, presider
Tricia Hoyt, reflection
CALL TO PRAYER
Thula (Be Still, Be Silent)
Swaziland traditional
Arena
Words and Music: Swaziland traditional.
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MORNING PRAISE
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ARENA
8:00 a.m. • Saturday, March 3, 2007
INVITATORY (please stand)
Leader:
ALL:
O God, come to our assistance!
Lord, make haste to help us.
Leader:
ALL:
Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit.
As it was in the beginning, is now and will be forever.
Amen.
HYMN
With the Rising Sun
Donna Peña
S
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Copyright © 1993 by GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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MORNING PRAISE
2007 Religious Education Congress
ARENA
Saturday, March 3, 2007 • 8:00 a.m.
PSALMODY (please be seated)
Psalm 63 / Salmo 62
Antiphon
Donna Peña
Spanish text © 1982, SOBICAIN. All rights reserved. Used with permission. English text © 1969, 1981, 1997.
International Committee on English in the Liturgy, Inc. (ICEL). All rights reserved. Used with permission.
Music © 1998, Donna Peña. Published by OCP Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
PSALM PRAYER (please stand)
Response: Amen
Isaiah 1:16-18
Arena
READING
REFLECTION
GOSPEL CANTICLE (please stand)
Canticle of Zechariah
Michael Mahler
Copyright © 2003 by GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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MORNING PRAISE
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ARENA
8:00 a.m. • Saturday, March 3, 2007
INTERCESSORY PRAYER
THE LORD’S PRAYER
CONCLUDING PRAYER
BLESSING
SIGN OF PEACE
Be Love
S
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Tom Kendzia
Copyright © 2006, Tom Kendzia. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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MORNING PRAISE
2007 Religious Education Congress
ARENA
Saturday, March 3, 2007 • 5:15 p.m.
JAZZ LITURGY
Saturday, March 3, 2007
Msgr. Ray East, presider
PRELUDE
GATHERING SONG
We’re Marching Up To Zion
arr. Frank and ValLimar Jansen
Arena
Text: Isaac Watts 1674–1748. Additional verses text and arrangement © 2006, ValLimar and Frank Jansen.
Published by spiritandsong.com®, a division of OCP, 5536 NE Hassalo, Portland, OR 97213. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
PENETENTIAL RITE
Mass of Rejoicing
John Angotti
Copyright © 2000. World Library Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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JAZZ LITURGY
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ARENA
5:15 p.m. • Saturday, March 3, 2007
OPENING PRAYER
– LITURGY OF THE WORD –
FIRST READING
Deuteronomy 26:16-19
RESPONSORIAL PSALM
Antiphon
Psalm 119
Frank and ValLimar Jansen
Copyright © 2006. Published by AFW Music (ASCAP). All rights reserved. Used with permission.
GOSPEL ACCLAMATION
John Angotti
S
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Written for ValLimar and Frank Jansen. Copyright © 2004. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
GOSPEL PROCLAMATION
Matthew 5:43-48
HOMILY
PRAYER OF THE FAITHFUL
Response
Jim Gibson
Copyright © 2001. Published by GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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JAZZ LITURGY
2007 Religious Education Congress
ARENA
Saturday, March 3, 2007 • 5:15 p.m.
– LITURGY OF THE EUCHARIST –
PRESENTATION OF THE GIFTS
We’re Gonna Eat at the Welcome Table
Refrain
arr. Frank and ValLimar Jansen
Arena
Traditional African American Spiritual. Additional text and arrangement © 2006, ValLimar and Frank Jansen.
Published by spiritandsong.com®, a division of OCP, 5536 NE Hassalo, Portland, OR 97213. All rights reserved.
HOLY
Mass of Rejoicing
Refrain
John Angotti
Copyright © 2000. World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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JAZZ LITURGY
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ARENA
5:15 p.m. • Saturday, March 3, 2007
MEMORIAL ACCLAMATION
John Angotti
Copyright © 2000. World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
AMEN
S
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John Angotti
Copyright © 2000. World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
FRACTION RITE
Lamb of God
Frank and ValLimar Jansen
Music: Mass of Wind and Flame, © 1999, 2007. Published by AFW Music (ASCAP). All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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JAZZ LITURGY
2007 Religious Education Congress
ARENA
Saturday, March 3, 2007 • 5:15 p.m.
COMMUNION SONGS
How Can I Repay
Refrain
Frank and ValLimar Jansen
Copyright © 2004. Published by spiritandsong.com®. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
Your Sacrifice
Refrain
Thomas Lucas
Arena
Thomas Lucas, 1956–2002. Copyright © 2000, World Library Publications.
All rights reserved. Used with permission
POST-COMMUNION REFLECTION
2007 CONGRESS THEME SONG
Stand In The Light
(Please refer to pages 64-65)
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John Angotti
JAZZ LITURGY
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ARENA
5:15 p.m. • Saturday, March 3, 2007
SENDING FORTH
We Will Be The Light
John Angotti and Noelle Garcia
Verse 1
Let your light shine, let us walk in the light.
Let your love flow, help us to know what is right.
Let your graces fall to renew us all and we will delight as your people,
O God. (Refrain)
Refrain
Copyright © 2004. Published by World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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Verse 2
The world cannot see you through the darkness it dwells in.
There’s a night to hide the darkness of sin.
But if we love one another and pardon our brother we can let delight
back in, light the fire once again! (Refrain)
Verse 3
A light to all nations, what we need to be.
Look to the testaments, all the experts do agree.
When you love in the darkness you can never be free.
I’m a living example of having sight but couldn’t see.
My humanness and stupidness got in the way.
I was busy and dizzy, couldn’t tell the night from day.
Blinded by my actions and my personal gain, didn’t know today’s
pleasure reaped a treasure of pain.
But just like Paul, knocked off my horse, the Holy Spirit entered, put
me back on my course.
I said, “Mirror, mirror, mirror up on the wall, show me the way before
I take a nasty fall.”
Then I closed my eyes; before me did I see the Light of the World.
Jesus came to me! The sacrament and sign’s a friend of mine.
I knew that I was walking the borderline.
So now that I’m aware that my ambition is my mission, to be the light
of Christ I’ve now been commissioned.
A light to all nations is what we need to be.
Look to the testaments; he can set you free! (Refrain)
JAZZ LITURGY
2007 Religious Education Congress
ARENA
Sunday, March 4 • 8:15 a.m. & 3:30 p.m.
CLOSING LITURGY
Sunday, March 4, 2007
8:15 a.m.: Bishop Jaime Soto, presider
3:30 p.m.: Cardinal Roger Mahony, presider
Bishop Gabino Zavala, homily
PRELUDE/PRELUDO
You Have Built Your House
Refrain
Rory Cooney
Arena
Copyright © 2005. World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
Verses
Now to your court your people ascends. Some come with partners, some come with
friends; Some come with children, some come alone, Called together by your word. Broken,
dreaming, rich and poor, All come streaming through the door. (Refrain)
Nurturing peace while mending our rifts, Great is our need, but greater your gifts.
Some come for comfort, some come assured, All come challenged by your word.
Strangers, foes, and friends unite, All come streaming into light. (Refrain)
Summoned by Christ to seek out the lost, Knowing the path will lead to the cross,
Banker and debtor, prisoner and judge, Called to table by your word.
Bearing simple bread and wine, All come streaming here to dine. (Refrain)
Build us for healing, build us for rest, Welcome revealing Christ is our guest.
Some come as prophets, some come to nurse, Sent for service by your word.
Let the teeming nations come streaming here to sing as one: (Refrain)
Bridge:
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How awesome is this temple, The people where you dwell,
Where earth unites with heaven: Emmanuel! (Refrain)
CLOSING LITURGY
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ARENA
8:15 a.m. & 3:30 p.m. • Sunday, March 4
GATHERING SONG/CANTO DE ENTRADA
Siyahamba/We Are Marching
South African traditional
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African phonetics:
See-yah-hahmb eh-koo-kah-nyen kwen-kose
See-yah-hahm-bah
Text: South African © 1984 Utryck, Walton Music Corporation, agent.
PENETENTIAL RITE/ACTO PENITENCIAL
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CLOSING LITURGY
2007 Religious Education Congress
ARENA
Sunday, March 4 • 8:15 a.m. & 3:30 p.m.
– LITURGY OF THE WORD/
PALABRA DE DIOS –
FIRST READING/PRIMERA LECTURA
Responsorial Psalm/Salmo Responsorial
Refrain/Estribillo
Genesis 15:5-12, 17-18
Psalm 27
Santiago Fernández
Arena
Letra del Salmo 26:1, 4, 8b, 11, 2 © 1972, 1995, SOBICAIN (Derechos reservados. Con las debidas licencias.)
y © 2004, Santiago Fernández. Música © 2004, Santiago Fernández.
Obra publicada por OCP Publications. Derechos reservados. Usado con permiso.
SECOND READING/SECUNDA LECTURA
Response after the reading
Philippians 3:17-4:1
GOSPEL ACCLAMATION/ACLAMACIÓN ANTES DEL EVANGELIO
Refrain/Estribillo
Pedro Rubalcava
Texto tomado del Leccionario Mexicano, Copyright © 1998, Conferencia Episcopal Mexicana.
Publicado por Obra Nacional de la Buena Prensa. México, D.F. Todos los derechos reservados. Usado con permiso.
Música copyright © 1995, World Library Publications. Todos los derechos reservados. Usado con permiso.
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ARENA
8:15 a.m. & 3:30 p.m. • Sunday, March 4
GOSPEL/EVANGELIO
HOMILY/HOMILIA
Luke 9:28b-36
(8:15 a.m.) Bishop Jaime Soto
Bishop of Orange, California
(3:30 p.m.) Bishop Gabino Zavala
Auxiliary Bishop of Los Angeles
PRAYER OF THE FAITHFUL
Response
Marc Anderson, arr. Marty Haugen
Ancient Sanskrit mantra. Copyright © 2007. Published by GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
DISMISSAL OF THE CATECHUMENS
Come and Follow Me
Tom Franzak
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Copyright © 1997. Published by GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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CLOSING LITURGY
2007 Religious Education Congress
Sunday, March 4 • 8:15 a.m. & 3:30 p.m.
ARENA
– LITURGY OF THE EUCHARIST/
LITURGIA EUCARISTICA –
PRESENTATION OF THE GIFTS
Váo Doi (Enter The Fullness of Life)
Nguyen Van Trinh
Arena
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ARENA
8:15 a.m. & 3:30 p.m. • Sunday, March 4
Holy/Santo
Jesse Manibusan
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Music: Misa del Mundo, © 1993, Jesse Manibusan. Published by OCP Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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CLOSING LITURGY
2007 Religious Education Congress
ARENA
Sunday, March 4 • 8:15 a.m. & 3:30 p.m.
Memorial Acclamation/Aclamación Memorial
Jesse Manibusan
Music: Misa del Mundo, © 1993, Jesse Manibusan. Published by OCP Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
Amen
Jesse Manibusan
Arena
Music: Misa del Mundo, © 1993, Jesse Manibusan. Published by OCP Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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ARENA
8:15 a.m. & 3:30 p.m. • Sunday, March 4
FRACTION RITE/RITO DE FRACCIÓN
Lamb of God
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Cao Duy Linh
from Misa San Quentin, Copyright © 2006 Rufino Zaragoza, OFM. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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CLOSING LITURGY
2007 Religious Education Congress
ARENA
Sunday, March 4 • 8:15 a.m. & 3:30 p.m.
COMMUNION SONGS/CANTOS DE COMUNIÓN
We Come To You
Joshua Blakesley
Arena
Copyright © 2005. Published by spiritandsong.com®, a division of OCP. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
El Pan de la Vida
Refrain/Estribillo
Eleazar Cortés
Copyright © 1994, Eleazar Cortés. Published by OCP Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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ARENA
8:15 a.m. & 3:30 p.m. • Sunday, March 4
He’s Done So Much for Me
Tune: Done So Much
Text: Theodore R. Frye and Lillian Bowles, c. 1884-1949
Tune: DONE SO MUCH, 12 12 12 6; Theodore R. Frye and Lillian Bowles, c. 1884-1949;
arr. by Nolan Williams, Jr., b. 1969 © 2000, GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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ARENA
SONG OF THANKSGIVING/CANTO DE ACCIÓ DE GRACIAS
Your Grace Is Enough
Matt Maher
Verse 1 Great is your faithfulness, O God of Jacob; you wrestle with the
sinner’s restless heart. You lead me by still waters into mercy where
nothing can keep us apart. (to Bridge/Refrain)
Verse 2
Great is your love and justice, God of Jacob; you use the weak to lead
the strong. You lead us in the song of heaven’s victory, and all your
people sing along. (to Bridge/Refrain)
Arena
© 2003, Matt Maher. Published by spiritandsong.com®. All rights reserved.
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ARENA
8:15 a.m. & 3:30 p.m. • Sunday, March 4
SENDING FORTH/ENVIO
2007 CONGRESS THEME SONG
Stand in the Light /Permanecer en la Luz
Refrain/Estribillo
John Angotti and Kevin Paige
Spanish lyrics by Anna Betancourt and Peter Kolar. Copyright © 2007.
Published by World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
Verse 1
Light poured out, wraps all creation in beauty and warmth, in love and
compassion. We stand in awe before our incredible God, whose glory
resounds, whose brightness transcends beyond the heavens and the earth.
Luz derramada cubre toda creación, con hermosura, amor y
compasión. Entremos en presencia de nuestro grande Dios cuya
gloria resuena, cuya luz trascende los cielos y la tierra.
Verse 2
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Heaven’s brightness flows from me to you. As we share in creating the
world anew. We build the kingdom with forgiveness and love, so we
might live in peace all wars will cease and we reveal the radiance of
Christ.
La luz del cielo sobre todos cae mientras al mundo hay que
restablecer. Construiremos el Reino con obras de amor. Y por fin
habrá paz, Áy las guerras no más! Veremos ya el esplandor de Dios.
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Rap
(English)
ARENA
We dare to be the brightness in the places of creation where we find the
lost and lonely and bring them to salvation. Standing in the light we see it
takes communication to spread the truth revealed in words and full
participation.
Arena
Invited by the Word and inspired by the Spirit, the call to realize we must
reveal it. Once you know the truth, once you’ve seen the light there’s no
way to deny that lies hide in the night.
Be vigilant and diligent throughout all your days and connect with the
fact that the light is here to stay. Create a new norm that it’s time to
transform from blindness to sight so that we live in peace and right.
Walking in the darkness means walking with desires for earthly kinds of
things that will end up in the fire.
Be true to the truth because it tells the real story. Stand in the light, we
reflect God’s glory.
Rap
(Spanish)
El Espiritu nos llama y la Palabra nos invita a proclamar la Buena
Nueva siempre con la vida. Creemos en la luz que nos trae la verdad y
rechazamos las mentiras que hay en la oscuridad.
Sin su luz divina el pecado nos domina por eso escuchemos y vivamos
su camino. Espera en el Señor y espera en su palabra; que l es nuestro
Dios y su mensaje siempre salva.
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O.R.E
AFF
.R.E.. ST
STAFF
The Office of Religious Education is engaged in continuing the mission of Jesus Christ through
evangelization and catechesis. We are called to form catechetical leaders, integrate a justice perspective and respond to the multicultural diversity of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.
– O.R.E. Mission Statement
ARCHDIOCESAN OFFICE
Michael Aguilera
Support Staff
[email protected]
Anne Dunn
(Santa Barbara Region)
Adult Ministry
[email protected]
Alberto Embry
(Spanish)
Pastoral Juvenil, Confirmacíon
[email protected]
Esperanza Enriquez
Support Staff
[email protected]
Lourdes Gonzalez-Rubio
(Spanish)
Advanced Catechetical Ministries
and Catechist Formation
[email protected]
Sheryl Lange
Catechesis in the Black Perspective
[email protected]
Rev. David Loftus
Adult Ministry
[email protected]
Sr. Clare Melody
Adult Ministry
[email protected]
Fe Musgrave
Catechesis in the
Asian Pacific Perspective
[email protected]
Mike Norman
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR
Confirmation, Junior High
& Youth Ministry
[email protected]
Martha Nuñez
(Spanish)
Instituto Biblico, Elementary
[email protected]
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Jan Pedroza
Early Childhood
Religious Education Congress
Program Director
[email protected]
Sr. Edith Prendergast
DIRECTOR
[email protected]
Humberto Ramos
(Spanish)
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR
Adult Education
[email protected]
Veronica Reyes
Religious Education Congress
Support Staff
[email protected]
John Rinaldo
Youth Ministry
[email protected]
Sonia Robledo
Support Staff
[email protected]
Diana Salinas
Support Staff
[email protected]
Dennis Santos
(Santa Barbara Region)
Confirmation, Junior High and
Youth Ministry
[email protected]
Paulette Smith
Religious Education Congress
Event Coordinator
[email protected]
Ernesto Vega
Young Adult (English)
Confirmation (Spanish)
[email protected]
Michelle Youssef
Elementary
[email protected]
Office of Religious Education
(213) 637-7303
REGIONAL OFFICES
San Gabriel Region
San Gabriel Region Pastoral Center
16009 E Cypress Ave
Irwindale, CA 91706
(626) 962-7707
Eileen Gateley (Coordinator)
[email protected]
Susie Nossett (Support Staff)
[email protected]
San Fernando Region
Alemany High School
15101 San Fernando Mission Blvd.
Mission Hills, CA 91345
Mailing Address:
PO Box 7608
Mission Hills, CA 91346
(818) 365-5123
Lynn Lang (Coordinator)
[email protected]
Juan Garcia (Support Staff)
[email protected]
Our Lady of the Angels Region
O.L.A. Region Pastoral Center
5835 W Slauson Ave
Culver City, CA 90230
(310) 216-9587
David Lara (Coordinator)
[email protected]
Julio Cruz (Support Staff)
[email protected]
San Pedro Region
San Pedro Region Pastoral Center
3555 S Pancratius Pl
Lakewood, CA 90712
(562) 630-6272
Karina Plascencia (Coordinator)
[email protected]
Nancy Longo (Support Staff)
[email protected]
Santa Barbara Region
Bishop García Diego Center
4032 La Colina Rd
Santa Barbara, CA 93110
(805) 569-1135
Sue Spies (Coordinator)
[email protected]
Sandy Melendez (Support Staff)
[email protected]
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ST
AFF BOO
TH SCHEDULE
STAFF
BOOTH
Drop by and meet the bishops and people who head the ministries of the Office of Religious Education.
The O.R.E. Staff Booth is located in the center of Hall A. The following are scheduled days and hours:
FRIDAY, MARCH 2
SATURDAY, MARCH 3
8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Bishop Edward Clark
Sr. Clare Melody
SUNDAY, MARCH 4
8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Early Childhood
10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Fr. David Loftus
Martha Nuñez
John Rinaldo
Bishop Gabino Zavala
10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Mike Norman
Martha Núñez
Karina Plascencia
Ernesto Vega
10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Bishop Thomas Curry
Fr. David Loftus
Martha Nuñez
Mike Norman
Bishop Oscar Solis
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Bishop Thomas Curry
Alberto Embry
Mike Norman
Karina Plascencia
Lourdes Gonzalez-Rubio
Bishop Gerald Wilkerson
Michelle Youssef
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Bishop Thomas Curry
Alberto Embry
Eileen Gateley
Karina Plascencia
Lourdes Gonzalez-Rubio
Dennis Santos
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Alberto Embry
Lourdes Gonzalez-Rubio
Lynn Lang
John Rinaldo
Sue Spies
Ernesto Vega
1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Bishop Edward Clark
Anne Dunn
Early Childhood
David Lara
Sue Spies
1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Sheryl Lange
David Lara
Fe Musgrave
John Rinaldo
Bishop Oscar Solis
Michelle Youssef
1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Bishop Edward Clark
David Lara
Sr. Clare Melody
Sue Spies
2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Anne Dunn
Early Childhood
Humberto Ramos
Bishop Gerald Wilkerson
Bishop Gabino Zavala
O.R.E
.R.E.. PROGRAMS
ADULT EDUCATION
CONTACT
African-American Catholic Catechetical Conference
Annual gathering of leadership and youth for resourcing/in-servicing.
Annual Silent Directed Retreat
Five-day silent retreat with personal spiritual direction.
Building Inclusive Communities through Mindful Cross-cultural Interaction
Sheryl Lange
(213) 637-7354
Fr. David Loftus
(213) 637-7654
Fe Musgrave
An immersion experience that brings diverse peoples into learning environments. (213) 637-7669
Catholic Bible Institute
Fr. David Loftus
A three-year program of comprehensive study for parish Bible-study leadership.
(213) 637-7654
Distance Learning
Fr. David Loftus
An online, Internet-based, e-learning partnership with the Univeristy of Dayon.
(213) 637-7654
Human Sexuality Education
Michelle Youssef
Formation and training programs.
(213) 637-7410
Ministry with Adults
Training and development of parish adult education teams.
Dr. Anne Dunn
(805) 569-2779
For the San Fernando and San Gabriel Regions, contact:
Fr. David Loftus (213) 637-7654
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O.R.E.
2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Eileen Gateley
Lynn Lang
Fe Musgrave
Humberto Ramos
Ernesto Vega
O.R.E
.R.E.. PROGRAMS
YOUNG ADULTS
Lenten Evening of Prayer
An evening of reflection and time with friends for young adults.
Theology on Tap
Four-week speaker series in all five regions for young adults.
Archdiocesan Young Adult Advisory Board
Board that plans and implements young adult ministry for the Archdiocese.
Ernesto Vega
(213) 637-7498
Ernesto Vega
(213) 637-7498
Ernesto Vega
(213) 637-7498
ELEMENTARY & EARLY CHILDHOOD
Spring Certification
3 Saturdays: March 24, 31 & April 14
Workshops on early childhood catechesis taking place at St. Anthony, El Segundo.
Summer Certification
3 Saturdays: July 21, 28 & Aug. 4
Workshops on early childhood catechesis taking place at St. Bernard, Los Angeles.
Director’s Workshop/Brunch
Saturday, June 9
Workshop and networking for Early Childhood Coordinators and DREs.
Elementary Specialization / Enrichment Opportunities / Textbook Evaluation
Workshops, in-services and retreats to equip catechists.
Jan Pedroza
(213) 637-7352
Jan Pedroza
(213) 637-7352
Jan Pedroza
(213) 637-7352
Michelle Youssef
(213) 637-7410
YOUTH MINISTRY
National Certificate in Youth Ministry Studies
March 17-18, May 5-6, 2007
Two-year certificate process for those working with and for youth.
Confirmation Catechist Specialization
Mar 24-25, Aug 18 -19 & 25-26
Two-day specialization for catechists, small group & peer leaders, Coordinators.
Youth Ministry Specialization
Mar 24-25 & Aug 25-26, 2007
Two-day specialization for Youth Mministry leaders, coordinators, volunteers.
Confirmation Coordinator’s Specialization
Wednesdays, May 23-June 20
Five-week course of training for those who lead Confirmation process.
Catholic Youth and Family Fun Day at Magic Mountain
June 16, 2007
A Sunday of fun for Youth Ministry programs & families at this great theme park.
Archdiocesan Beach Day for High School Youth
July 21, 2007
A day of fun in the sun for the youth of the Archdiocese.
Christian Leadership Institute
July 29-Aug. 3 & Aug 12-17
Leadership training for high school youth involved in ministry.
S.A.W. (Signed, Anointed, to Witness)
Week-long peer ministry retreat for high school youth who have been Confirmed.
Los Angeles SAW – June 25-29, 2007
Nancy Longo
Santa Barbara SAW – August 6-10, 2007
Dennis Santos
Camp Big Deal
A week-long retreat for Junior High youth of the Santa Barbara Region.
National Catholic Youth Conference (NCYC)
November 7-11, 2007
24,000 youth from around the country gather in Columbus, Ohio to share the faith.
Youth Ministry/Confirmation/Junior High Ministry
Program development, support, training and formation for coordinators/teams.
San Fernando/Our Lady of the Angels Regions
Mike Norman
San Gabriel/San Pedro Regions
John Rinaldo
Santa Barbara Region
Dennis Santos
Spanish Speaking Confirmation Programs
Ernesto Vega
John Rinaldo
(213) 637-7616
Mike Norman
(213) 637-7674
John Rinaldo
(213) 637-7616
Mike Norman
(213) 637-7674
John Rinaldo
(213) 637-7616
John Rinaldo
(213) 637-7616
Mike Norman
(213) 637-7674
(562) 822-8779
(805) 682-5500
Dennis Santos
(805) 682-5500
John Rinaldo
(213) 637-7616
(213) 637-7674
(213) 637-7616
(805) 682-5500
(213) 637-7498
REGIONAL CONGRESSES
San Fernando Regional Congress
San Pedro Regional Congress
San Gabriel Regional Congress
Santa Barbara Regional Congress
O.L.A. Regional Congress
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September 22, 2007
October 6, 2007
TBA
October 13, 2007
October 27, 2007
Lynn Lang
Karina Plascencia
Eileen Gateley
Sue Spies
David Lara
(818) 365-5123
(562) 630-6272
(626) 962-7707
(805) 569-1135
(310) 216-9587
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COMMITTEES
CONGRESS COMMITTEE
Sr. Edith Prendergast
Paulette Smith
Jan Pedroza
Mike Norman
Erin Avila
Jonathan Avila
Greg Boyer
Jo Galang
LITURGY COMMITTEE
John Flaherty
Sr. Edith Prendergast
Paulette Smith
Mike Norman
Sheryl Lange
Katya Acuna
Danny Garcia
Ron Garcia
Albert Guerra
Jonathan Guerra
Janice Gutmann
Tom Gutmann
Nancy King
Dave Lavendier
Tina Lavendier
Jane Martineau
Layne Martineau
Ramona Meza
Keith Morlock
John Tellez
Robert Williams
Douglas Zuniga
Patrick Callahan
Diana Cierpich
Brian Custer
Michael Fike
Gail Gresser
Yvonne Huitron
Mary Janus
Ginny Temple
Valerie MacRae
John West
Fran Curry
Pat Davis
Elsie Dixon
Bernadette Haderlein
Lillette Mayor
Brian McMahon
Olinda Navas
Patricia O’Brien
Martha Ramirez
Marco Ramirez
Lucia Richer
Ted Richer
REGISTRATION COMMITTEE
Jan Pedroza
Veronica Reyes
Chris Krause
Diana Salinas
Joyce Alpaugh
Eileen Bonaduce
Jorenz Campo
OUR SPECIAL THANKS AND APPRECIATION TO . . .
CRIBARI WINES &
SAN ANTONIO WINERY
for providing the altar wine for all
Congress liturgies.
WORLD LIBRARY
PUBLICATIONS
(Booths 137, 139, 141, 236, 238, 240)
for sponsoring our Art Exhibit with
Bro. Michael McGrath artworks in
the Arena Lobby.
HARCOURT RELIGION
PUBLISHERS
(Booth 301, 303, 305, 400, 402, 404)
for sponsoring our Art Exhibit with
Gerry Straub’s photos in the Arena
Lobby.
RCL
(Booths 536, 538, 540, 542)
for providing the name badge holder
for Congress 2007.
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O.R.E.
LITURGICAL PRESS
(Booths 119, 121, 123)
for sponsoring the
Saint John’s Bible Project
in Sacred Space.
THE MANY DEDICATED PEOPLE
including the “Blue Angels” and “Yellow Jackets,” Traci Clarke,
Owen Danaher, and the hundreds of others who contribute literally
hundreds of volunteer hours before and during Congress to make this
event a success!
THE FOLLOWING FOR THEIR WORK:
Valerie MacRae for the Arena environment, and for the environment
and planning of our Convention 304 “Sacred Space,” as well as the
many contributing artists; Patrick Callahan for flower arrangements;
George Westlund and Salvador Zacarias for their photography; the
student sacristans and acolytes of Loyola Marymount University; the
students of Mount St. Mary’s College; and the Newman Club of
California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.
OUR LITURGY & PRAYER SERVICE
COORDINATORS: Katya Acuna, Mary Allen, Timothy Caruthers,
Judy Girard, Gail Gresser, Raquel Hernandez, Rosie Hernandez,
Tricia Hoyt, Frances Jonte, Fr. Joseph Nguyen, Andi Lamendola,
David Lara, Nancy Longo, Dawn Ponnet, Sr. Carol Quinlivan,
Ken Remley, Bettyrae Reyes, John Rinaldo, Dennis Santos,
Vikki Shepp, Sue Spies, Ginny McKinley Temple, Margaret Traxler,
Fr. Tri Dinh, David Valenzuela, Ernesto Vega, Kathy and Tony Viele,
Katie Volz, Paul Wood, and Michelle Youssef.
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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
The Religious Education Congress especially thanks these companies through whose generosity we have been
able to present the following outstanding speakers and performers. To find books or music from any of these
speakers and performimg artists, please refer to the booth listings to find where to obtain their materials.
American Bible Society
(Booths 336, 338, 340)
Ricardo Grzona
Ave Maria Press
(Booths 475, 477, 479, 574, 576, 578)
Kathleen Chesto
Joyce Rupp
Patt Saso
Steve Saso
Daniel Smith-Christopher
Anne Bryan Smollin
Loughlan Sofield
Robert Wicks
Benziger
(Booths 339, 341, 343)
Lee Nagel
Anna Scally
Catholic Relief Services
(Booths 712, 714)
Thomas Awaipo
Joe Hastings
Crossroad Publishing Co.
(Booths 523, 525, 622, 624)
Michael Crosby
Elizabeth Ficocelli
Edward Hahnenberg
Richard Rohr
Ronald Rolheiser
Emmaus Ministries
(Booth 641)
Monica Brown
Hilary Musgrave
Liguori Publications
(Booths 322, 324, 326, 328, 330)
Kathleen Chesto
Richard Gaillardetz
Kenan Osborne
Liturgical Press
(Booths 119, 121, 123)
Patrick Brennan
Donald Cozzens
Carol Dempsey
Richard Gaillardetz
Edwina Gateley
Daniel Groody
Michael Joncas
Patrick Mullen
John Shea
New City Press
(Booth 408)
John Yzaguirre
Orbis Books
(Booths 347, 349)
Arturo Bañuelas
Michael Crosby
John Cusick
Timothy Matovina
Peter Phan
Richard Rohr
Joyce Rupp
Daniel Smith-Christopher
Pauline Books and Media
(Booths 157, 159, 161, 256, 258, 260)
Rose Pacatte
Paulist Press
(Booths 209, 211, 213, 215, 217, 219)
Larry Boadt
Carol Dempsey
Elizabeth Ficocelli
Richard Gaillardetz
Michael Paul Gallagher
Richard Leonard
James Martin
Kenan Osborne
Peter Phan
Maureen Sullivan
RCL
(Booths 536, 538, 540, 542)
Nancy Bird
Steve Ellair
William H. Sadlier
(Booths 600, 602, 604, 606)
Ken Doran
Jo Ann Paradise
Victor Valenzuela
St. Anthony Messenger Press
(Booth 361, 363, 365, 367)
Edward Hahnenberg
Veritas
(Booths 241, 243, 245)
Maura Hyland
Brendan O’Reilly
OCP
(Booths 401, 403, 405, 500, 502, 504)
Alejandro Aguilera-Titus
Donna Anderle
World Library Publications
Mandy Bruno
(Booths 137, 139, 141, 236, 238, 240)
GIA Publications
Eleazar Cortés
John Angotti
(Booths 201, 203, 205, 300, 302, 304)
Jaime Cortez
Joanne Boyce
Tony Alonso
Bob Fabing
Richard Cheri
Chris de Silva
Santiago Fernández
Rory Cooney
David Haas
Paule Freeburg
Eleazar
Cortés
Marty Haugen
Mark Friedman
Gary Daigle
Liam Lawton
Sarah Hart
Meredith Dean Joseph
Kenneth Louis
ValLimar Jansen
Lorenzo Florian
Tom Kendzia
Richard Fragomeni
Group
Matt Maher
Jerry Galipeau
(Booths 446, 448, 450)
Jesse Manibusan
Peter Kolar
Jim Knowles
Jenny Pixler
Kenneth Louis
Pedro Rubalcava
Michael O’Neill McGrath
Harcourt Religion Publishers
Curtis Stephan
Christine Ondrla
(Booths 301, 303, 305, 400, 402, 404)
Christopher Walker
Cliff Petty
John Burland
Eduardo Rivera
Mike Carotta
Our Sunday Visitor
Jorge Rivera
Tom East
(Booths 358, 360, 362, 364, 366, 368)
Jalonda Robertson
Ana Arista White
ValLimar Jansen
Danielle Rose
Joseph White
Joe Kempf
Mike Stanley
Tom Kendzia
David Yackley
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2007 Religious Education Congress
ENDOWMENT FUND
The Religious Education Endowment Fund was established by the Office of Religious Education to support the ongoing training and formation of religious education leaders, particularly by making scholarships available for catechetical leaders to pursue graduate studies. It is our hope that every Director of Religious Education will be given the
opportunity to receive a master’s degree in Religious Education/Religious Studies.
Any additional contribution through mail-in registrations and those who registered online could contribute to this
Fund. As of January 29, 537 people responded with contributions totaling $6,521. We sincerely appreciate and
acknowledge their contributions. The fund is currently enabling 15 students to pursue a master’s degree in Religious
Education, and you will be happy to know that several have already graduated!
$805 Contribution
Immaculate Heart of Mary
Community
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Chris Zeppa
$15 Contribution
Chuck Hosick
$10 Contribution
Richard Ackley
Roberta Ackley
Suzanne Agrios
Cathy Allen
Christina Allen
Pat Allen
Carolyn Alonso
Sunny Arford
Terry Arford
Kathy Baldwin
Becky Barnett
Chris Bausch
Julie Bausch
Lucy Bonifacio
Antonio Boquer
Margaret Boquer
Jeannette Borge
Julie Lynn Borland
Dawn Brunner
William Brunner
Daniel Burns
Anna Calderon
M. Camberos-Hinds
Alice Camille
Peggy Caspar
Corinne Chan
Laura Chun
Donna Coduti
Ashlee Colleton
Joe Connelly
Helen Corcoran
Margaret Corey
Adri Cousins
Remi de Roo
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Ann Dufour
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Paul L Kearney
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Loreen Wilhelmy
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Roland Wilhelmy
Danielle Lafrance
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Neal Lassila
Kathleen Wolfe
Pauline Levig
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Lara & Denis Lynch
$5 Contribution
Mary Fran Lynch
Marina Alburger
Mary Ann Madden
Delis Alejandro
Mike Magee
Jennifer Allison
Karie-Lynn Marcotte
Kris Alvarado
Yolanda Marsh
Sheila Anderson
Joan Maucere
Yolanda Anderson
Kenneth McNealy
Grace Angus
Elizabeth Meehan
Jessica Angus
Maria Mireles
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Catherine Mitchell
Janine Aurora
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Rose Banich
Mary-Michelle Moore
Patty Bateman
Kathy&Duane Morningred
Corrine Bayley
Carolyn Nelipovich
Veronica Benson
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Richard Norman
Dr Mary Beth Blackett
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Melissa Blackmer
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Theresa Boro
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Charlene Rouleau
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Susan Fuller
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Janice Glaser
Cassandra A Goehner
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$615 Contribution
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February 7-10, 1974: Jesus, Others, You
February 27-March 2, 1975: Praise, Pilgrim Rejoice
February 12-15, 1976: Free to Live
February 10-13, 1977: Come Follow Me
February 2-5, 1978: Doing the Truth in Love
February 1-4, 1979: He Calls Us Each By Name/¡Nos Llama por Nuestro Nombre!
March 6-9, 1980: Family Together in His Love /Familia Unida por su Amor
The no-longer-existing
Anaheim Room was one
of the main event locations from Congress
1970 through 1999.
February 11-15, 1981: Many Gifts – One Lord/Diversos Domes Pero un solo Señor
February 11-14, 1982: Growing in Age, Wisdom, Favor/Creciendo Edad, Sabiuría,
Favor
March 17-20, 1983: Making all Things New to Christ/Haciendo Todas las Cosas
Nuevas en Cristo
March 22-25, 1984: The Lord is With Us/El Señor está con Nosotros
January 24-27, 1985: Journey Together to Faith/Caminar Juntos en Fe
February 13-16, 1986: The Word is in Your Heart/La Palabra está en su Corazón
March 12-15, 1987: Sent to be a Blessing/Enviados a ser una Benedición
March 10-13, 1988: We are God’s Work of Art/Somos Obra de Arte de Dios
April 20-23, 1989: Proclaim God’s Glory/Proclama la Gloria de Dios
January 25-28, 1990: Voices that Challenge/Voces que Desafían
February 14-17, 1991: Waters of the Earth/Aguas de la Tierra
March 19-22, 1992: On Holy Ground/En Tierra Santa
Recessional at the Congress 1984 Liturgy.
February 18-21, 1993: Compassion Poured Out/Companion Derramada
February 17-20, 1994: Live the Promise/Vive la Promesa
February 16-19, 1995: Passion for Justice/Pasión por la Justicia
March 21-24, 1996: God’s Liberating Power/Poder Liberador de Dios
February 13-16, 1997: Embrace and Echo the Word/Abraza y Haz Eco la Palabra
February 11-14, 1999: Lead with Eyes of Wisdom/Dirige con Ojos de Sabiduría
April 6-9, 2000: Embrace Hope: Shout Jubilee!/Despierta la Esperanza: Grits Jubileo
The Liturgy in the Arena
at Congress 1987.
February 15-18, 2001: Clothed in Love, Summoned Beyond/Vestidos en Amor,
Llamados al más allá
February 14-17, 2002: Gift Overflowing, A World Transformed/Don Derramado,
Mundo Transformado
February 27-March 2, 2003: Bearer of Hope, Restoring Spirit/Portador de Esperanza,
Restaurando el Espíritu
February 19-22, 2004: Steeped in Mercy, Balm for the World/Inmersos en Misericordia, Bálsamo para el Mundo
February 17-20, 2005: Awake to Grace/Despierten a la Gracia
March 30- April 2, 2006: Step into Freedom/Paso a la Libertad
March 1-4, 2007: Stand in the Light/Permanecer en la Luz
Closing Liturgy with
Cardinal Mahony at
Congress 1996.
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February 19-22, 1998: Imaging Love: Empowering Lives/Reflejando Amor: Dando
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Diocesan Organization (cont.)
Office of Religious Education ........... 331, 430
Office of Restorative Justice ............ 454
Religious Education Congress ......... 431, 530
The Tidings / Vida Nueva ................. 470
Vocations Office ............................... 456, 458
Ecumenical/Interfaith Resources
Graymoor: Franciscan Friars ........... 181
Educational Institution
Dominican School of Phil. & Theo. ... 251
Graduate Program in Pastoral Min. .. 667
Institute Religious Pastoral Studies .. 728
Jesuit School of Theology,Berkeley . 251
Loyola Institute for Ministry .............. 584
Loyola Marymount University .......... 656, 658, 660, 662
Mount St. Mary’s College ................. 537, 636
Oblate School of Theology ............... 581, 583
Saint John’s School of Theology ...... 320
Saint Joseph High School ................ 471
The Franciscan School of Theology 287
University of Notre Dame ................ 423, 425
Educational Programs
American Bible Society .................... 337
Boston College ................................ 638
Dibble Fund for Marriage Education . 681
Educational Resources
NCEA – Nat’l Catholic Ed. Assoc. .... 803-804
Oxfam America ................................ 629
RCL ................................................. 536, 538, 540, 542
The Christophers ............................. 625, 627
The Merton Institute ......................... 421
Faith & Justice
Catholic Relief Services ................... 712, 714
Center for Action and Contemplation 812-813
Latin American Committee ............... 541
St. Camillus Center .......................... 666
Family-centered Evangelization
Lighten Up! Ministries, LLC .............. 511
Graphic Design Firm
OPM / Catholic Creative Services .... 802
Greeting Cards & Gifts
The Printery House .......................... 411, 413
Greeting Cards/Bookmarks
Cards by Anne ................................. 237
Group Travel & Pilgrimages
Catholic Travel Centre ..................... 547
Homeboy Merchandise
Homeboy Industries ......................... 664
Irish Imports O’Keeffe Religious Articles ............... 208, 210
Liturgical Furnishings
Tortorelli Creations ........................... 468
Liturgical Vestments
Chagall Design Ltd. ......................... 253, 350, 352
CM Almy .......................................... 319, 321
Gaspard, Inc. ................................... 529, 628
Liturgy & Music Resources
GIA Publications, Inc. ....................... 201, 203, 205, 300...
Jesse Manibusan ............................. 415
Monica Brown /Emmaus Ministries .. 461
OCP ................................................. 401, 403, 405, 500...
SpiritandSong .................................. 506, 508, 510, 512
ValLimar Jansen - Frank Jansen ......
World Library Publications ............... 137, 139, 141, 236...
Mass Media El Sembrador Ministries ................... 669, 671
Ministry Resources
Concordia Publishing House ............ 561, 563, 565
J.S. Paluch Company, Inc. ............... 143, 145
Men as Learners and Elders ............ 812-813
Nat’l Assoc. Catholic Family Life Min.386
Resource Publications ..................... 183
Spiritual Directors International ........ 461
Terry Hershey & Associates ............. 544, 546, 548
Mission
Bishops’ Secretariat Home Missions 611
Christian Found. for Children/Aging . 567
Columban Mission Awareness ......... 325
Lay Mission-Helpers Association ..... 726
Maryknoll Fathers & Brothers .......... 351, 353, 355
Pontifical Mission Societies .............. 463
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Adult Faith Formation
Little Rock Scripture Study ............... 216
African American Ministry
African American Catholic Center .... 455
Appreciation Gifts & Crafts
Sunrise Printery ............................... 685
Art Works Designs of Providence Arts .............. 587
John August Swanson, Artist ........... 480, 482
Kemper Studio ................................. 449
Madonna Arts ................................... 683
Notre Dame Creations ..................... 127, 129, 226, 228
Val MacRae – Sacred Spiral ............ 503, 505
Audio Visual Family Theater Production ............... 702, 704, 706
Oblate Media & Communication ...... 581, 583
Bereavement Ministry
Catholic Mortuaries .......................... 316, 318
Bibles
American Bible Society .................... 336, 338, 340
Fireside Catholic Publishing ............. 630, 632
Books
ACTA Publications ........................... 233, 332
Catholic Book Publishing Corp. ........ 718, 720
Crossroad Publishing Company ...... 523, 525, 622, 624
Ediciones Sígueme .......................... 742
Megan McKenna – Wayfarer’s Tale . 409
New City Press ................................ 408
Orbis Books ..................................... 347, 349
Oxford University Press ................... 543, 545
Paulist Press Book Ctr/Paulist Press ... 209, 211, 213, 215...
Saint Mary’s Press ........................... 513, 515, 517, 612...
Sheed & Ward .................................. 445, 447
The Word Among Us ....................... 346, 348
Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co ..... 661, 663
Books/CDs David Whyte – Many Rivers Co. ...... 509
Books & Religious Articles
Libreria Claretiana ............................ 246, 248, 250, 252
Books & Videos
Holy Cross Family Ministries ........... 702, 704, 706
Liturgy Training Publications (LTP) ... 514, 516, 518, 520...
Matthew Kelly Foundation ................ 147, 149, 151, 153
Pauline Books and Media ................ 157, 159, 161, 256...
Twenty-Third Publications ................ 307, 309, 311
Candles
Acadian Candle Company ............... 808-809
Marklin Candle Design ..................... 131, 133, 230, 232
Children’s Resources
Sunny-Side Up Entertainment .......... 323
TheFeltSource.com ......................... 113, 115, 117
Christian Service Organization
Christian Life Community – USA ..... 682
Ignatian Volunteer Corps ................. 684
St. Vincent de Paul Family ............... 566, 568, 570
Christian Videos
Nest Family ..................................... 444
Church Furnishings
Tekton Woodworks, LLC .................. 554
Church Supplies
Anthem Church Supply .................... 551, 553, 650, 652
Computer Software
ChurchWerks, Inc. ........................... 552
Ministry Database ............................ 814
Parish Data Systems ....................... 608, 610
ParishSOFT, LLC ............................. 675
Congress Logowear
KWD Uniforms ................................. 437, 439
Craft Supplies & Gifts
Colores del Pueblo ........................... 679
Concern America ............................. 227, 229
Living Water Wood Works, Inc ......... 356
Relics ............................................... 242, 244
Sisters of the Holy Names ............... 212, 214
The Tomorrow Project ...................... 306
Curriculum A Reason For / Concerned Group ... 175, 177, 179
Developing-World Artwork
Heartbeats ....................................... 281, 283, 285
Diocesan Organization
Archdiocesan Min. w/ Lesbian & Gay 453
Cursillos In Christianity, Los Angeles 163
Department of Catholic Schools ...... 469
Diocese of Orange ........................... 104
Diocese of San Bernardino .............. 607, 609
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Missionary Comboni Missionaries ..................... 417, 419
Holy Spirit Missionary Sisters .......... 185
Multicultural Resources
Multicultural Resources & Gift Ctr ... 556
Music
CAM: Catholic Association of Music 575, 577, 674, 676...
Dennis Doyle / Incarnation Music .... 649
Music & Online Resources
UWS In Christ .................................. 501
Online Resources
ParishWorld.net ............................... 478
Religious Apparel
LA Cruz T-Shirts ............................... 651, 653
Pax Clothing .................................... 740
Religious Art Ancient Arts Stained Glass .............. 533
Carmel of Reno ............................... 580, 582
Center for Spiritual Development ..... 646, 648
Creator Mundi, Inc. .......................... 603, 605
Liturgical Apostolate Center ............. 378, 380, 382, 384
Ministry of the Arts ........................... 708, 710
Nat’l Association for Hispanic Elderly 481, 483, 485
Sara K. Rubin Pottery & Sculpture ... 223, 225
SHCJ Art / France White ................. 262, 264
St. Andrew’s Abbey Ceramics .......... 375, 377, 474, 476
The Wood & Iron Factory ................. 665
Religious Art & Jewelry
Tori ... Inspirations In Clay ............... 424
Religious Art & Supplies
Al’s Art ............................................. 369, 371
Religious Articles
3 Arches / HolyLandShopping.com .. 275, 277, 374, 376
Contreras Religious Art .................... 187, 189
Cotter Church Supplies, Inc. ............ 637, 639, 736, 738
Gifts From The Holyland .................. 452
Holy Land Rocks ............................. 703
J.R. Evans & Co. ............................. 640, 642, 644
Soft Saints, Inc. ............................... 557
St. Andrews Abbey Market ............... 379, 381
Tree of Life Imports .......................... 657, 659
Religious Articles & Vestments
Ecumenicus / Rogationist Fathers ... 460, 462, 464, 466
Religious Books
Abingdon Press ............................... 406
Ave Maria Press .............................. 475, 477, 479, 574...
Buena Prensa .................................. 220
Cistercian Publications ..................... 218
Ediciones Dabar .............................. 722, 724
Gethesemani Libreria Catolica, LLC 385, 387, 389, 484...
Ignatius Press .................................. 641, 643, 645, 647
Liguori Publications .......................... 322, 324, 326, 328...
Liturgical Press ................................ 119, 121, 123
Our Sunday Visitor ........................... 358, 360, 362, 364...
Saint John’s Bible ............................ 222
St. Anthony Messenger Press .......... 361, 363, 365, 367
USCCB Publishing ........................... 271, 370
Wipf and Stock Publishers ............... 620
Religious Education Resources
Benziger/Macmillan/McGraw-Hill ..... 339, 341, 343
Claretian Teaching Ministry .............. 687
Creative Communications for Parish 315, 317
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Good Ground Press ......................... 111
Group ............................................... 446, 448, 450
Harcourt Religion Publishers ............ 301, 303, 305, 400...
Loyola Press .................................... 308, 310, 312, 314
Maryknoll Productions ...................... 357, 359
Pflaum Publishing Group ................. 107, 109
Sacred Heart Kids’ Club ................... 204
Sandalstrap ...................................... 261, 263, 265, 267
Silver Burdett Ginn Religion ............. 412, 414, 416, 418...
Veritas Co. Ltd. ................................ 241, 243, 245
William H Sadlier, Inc. ...................... 600, 602, 604, 606
Religious Jewelry
Classy Creations, Inc. ...................... 103, 202
Faith-Sharing, Inc. ........................... 619
Gold ‘N Things ................................. 388
Katrina Rae / Mizpah Ministries ....... 257
St. Raphael Collection ..................... 247
Religious LifeCarmelites ....................................... 677
Claretian Missionaries ...................... 246, 248, 250, 252
Dominican Family ............................ 744
Immaculate Heart Community ......... 451
National Religious Vocation Conf. .... 457, 459
Sisters of Notre Dame ..................... 550
Srs of Providence/Saint Mary-Woods 585
Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange ....... 100, 102
Religious Publications
Catechist Magazine ......................... 105
Catholic Digest ................................ 313
Claretian Publications ...................... 631, 730
Commonweal Magazine .................. 410
Magnificat/MagnifiKid! ...................... 558
Respect for Life
California Catholic Conference ........ 274, 276, 278, 280...
Retreats
St. Anne in the Mountains Center .... 206
Rosary/Prayer
Rosary Bowl .................................... 702, 704, 706
Sacred Art & Environment
Mysterium – Sacred Art & Design .... 811
Spanish Books
Editorial Verbo Divino ....................... 668
Ministerio Biblico Verbo Divino ......... 571, 670
Spanish Religious Resources
Fundación Ramon Pane .................. 805-806
Libreria Guadalupana Rio de Luz ..... 487, 489, 586, 588
Libreria San Pablo ........................... 167, 169, 171, 266...
SSDB – Distribuciones Librería ........ 342, 344
Transportation
Transportation Charter Services, Inc. 383
Vocation Awareness
U.S. Air Force Chaplain Service ...... 807
Youth Ministry Resources
Salesian Youth/Young Adult Ministry 465, 467
Youth Resources
Cornerstone Media, Inc. .................. 345
Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts & Camp Fire165
LIFE TEEN, Inc. ............................... 815, 816, 817, 818
PamStenzel.com ............................. 613, 615
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www.mudpuddlefilms.com
www.dspt.edu
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www.dabar.com.mx
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www.verbodivino.es
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3 Arches USA / HolyLandShopping.com ................ 275, 277, 374, 376
A Reason For / The Concerned Group ................... 175, 177, 179
Abingdon Press ...................................................... 406
Acadian Candle Company ...................................... 808-809
ACTA Publications .................................................. 233, 332
African American Catholic Ctr for Evangelization ... 455
Al’s Art .................................................................... 369, 371
American Bible Society .......................................... 336, 338, 340
American Bible Society-Ministerios Latinos ............ 337
Ancient Arts Stained Glass ..................................... 533
Anthem Church Supply .......................................... 551, 553, 650, 652
Archdiocesan Ministry w/Lesbian & Gay Catholics ...... 453
Ave Maria Press ..................................................... 475, 477, 479, 574, 576, 578
Benziger/Macmillan/McGraw-Hill ............................ 339, 341, 343
Bishops’ Secretariat for Home Missions ................. 611
Boston College ....................................................... 638
Buena Prensa ......................................................... 220
California Catholic Conference ............................... 274, 276, 278, 280, 282
California Province of the Society of Jesus ............ 684
CAM: Catholic Association of Music ....................... 575, 577, 674, 676, 680, 678
Cards by Anne ........................................................ 237
Carmel of Reno ...................................................... 580, 582
Carmelites .............................................................. 677
Carondelet Productions .......................................... 284
Catechist Magazine ................................................ 105
CATgear ................................................................. 688
Cathedral Giftshop ................................................. 560
Catholic Book Publishing Corp. .............................. 718, 720
Catholic Digest ....................................................... 313
Catholic Mortuaries ................................................ 316, 318
Catholic Relief Services ......................................... 712, 714
Catholic Travel Centre ............................................ 547
Center for Action and Contemplation ...................... 812-813
Center for Spiritual Development ........................... 646, 648
Chagall Design Ltd. ................................................ 253, 350, 352
Christian Foundation for Children and Aging .......... 567
Christian Life Community – USA, Western ............. 682
ChurchWerks, Inc. .................................................. 552
Cistercian Publications ........................................... 218
Claretian Missionaries ............................................ 246, 248, 250, 252
Claretian Publications ............................................. 631, 730
Claretian Teaching Ministry .................................... 687
Classy Creations, Inc. ............................................ 103, 202
CM Almy ................................................................. 319, 321
Colores del Pueblo – A Fair Trade Organization ..... 679
Columban Mission Awareness Resources ............. 325
Comboni Missionaries ............................................ 417, 419
Commonweal Magazine ......................................... 410
Concern America .................................................... 227, 229
Concordia Publishing House .................................. 561, 563, 565
Contreras Religious Art .......................................... 187, 189
Cornerstone Media, Inc. ......................................... 345
Cotter Church Supplies, Inc. .................................. 637, 639, 736, 738
Creative Communications for the Parish ................ 315, 317
Creator Mundi, Inc. ................................................. 603, 605
Crossroad Publishing Company ............................. 523, 525, 622, 624
Cursillos In Christianity, Los Angeles ...................... 163
David Whyte – Many Rivers Company .................. 509
Dennis Doyle / Incarnation Music ........................... 649
Department of Catholic Schools ............................. 469
Designs of Providence Arts – Sisters of
Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods ............ 587
Diocese of Orange ................................................. 104
Diocese of San Bernardino ..................................... 607, 609
Dominican Family ................................................... 744
Dominican Movies & Magic .................................... 686
Dominican School of Philosophy & Theology ......... 251
Ecumenicus / Rogationist Fathers .......................... 460, 462, 464, 466
Ediciones Dabar ..................................................... 722, 724
Ediciones Sígueme ................................................ 742
Editorial Verbo Divino ............................................. 668
El Sembrador Ministries ......................................... 669, 671
Faith-Sharing, Inc. .................................................. 619
Family Theater Production ..................................... 702, 704, 706
Fireside Catholic Publishing ................................... 630, 632
Fundación Ramon Pane ......................................... 805-806
Gaspard, Inc. .......................................................... 529, 628
Gethesemani Libreria Catolica, LLC ....................... 385, 387, 389, 484, 486, 488
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GIA Publications, Inc. ............................................. 201, 203, 205, 300, 302, 304
Gifts From The Holyland ........................................ 452
Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts & Camp Fire .................... 165
Gold ‘N Things ....................................................... 388
Good Ground Press ............................................... 111
Grad. Program Pastoral Ministries, Santa Clara U. ...... 667
Graymoor: Franciscan Friars of the Atonement ...... 181
Group ..................................................................... 446, 448, 450
Harcourt Religion Publishers .................................. 301, 303, 305, 400, 402, 404
Heartbeats ............................................................. 281, 283, 285
Help The Poor — Vietnam ...................................... 286, 288
Holy Cross Family Ministries .................................. 702, 704, 706
Holy Land Rocks .................................................... 703
Holy Spirit Missionary Sisters ................................. 185
Homeboy Industries ............................................... 664
Ignatian Volunteer Corps ........................................ 684
Ignatius Press ........................................................ 641, 643, 645, 647
Immaculate Heart Community ................................ 451
Institute for Religious Pastoral Studies/U. of Dallas ..... 728
J.R. Evans & Co. .................................................... 640, 642, 644
J.S. Paluch Company, Inc. ..................................... 143, 145
Jesse Manibusan ................................................... 415
Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley .................... 251
John August Swanson, Artist .................................. 480, 482
Katrina Rae / Mizpah Ministries .............................. 257
Kemper Studio ........................................................ 449
KWD Uniforms ....................................................... 437, 439
LA Cruz T-Shirts ..................................................... 651, 653
Latin American Committee ..................................... 541
Lay Mission-Helpers Association ............................ 726
Libreria Claretiana .................................................. 246, 248, 250, 252
Libreria Guadalupana Rio de Luz ........................... 487, 489, 586, 588
Libreria San Pablo .................................................. 167, 169, 171, 266, 268, 270
LIFE TEEN, Inc. ..................................................... 815, 816, 817, 818
Lighten Up! Ministries, LLC .................................... 511
Liguori Publications ............................................ 322, 324, 326, 328, 330
Little Rock Scripture Study ..................................... 216
Liturgical Apostolate Center .................................... 378, 380, 382, 384
Liturgical Press ....................................................... 119, 121, 123
Liturgy Training Publications (LTP) ......................... 514, 516, 518, 520, 522, 524
Living Water Wood Works, Inc ............................... 356
Loyola Institute for Ministry, Loyola University
New Orleans ...................................................... 584
Loyola Marymount University ................................. 656, 658, 660, 662
Loyola Press .......................................................... 308, 310, 312, 314
Madonna Arts ......................................................... 683
Magnificat/MagnifiKid! ............................................ 558
Marianist Vocation Ministry ..................................... 621, 623
Marklin Candle Design ........................................... 131, 133, 230, 232
Maryknoll Fathers & Brothers ................................. 351, 353, 355
Maryknoll Productions ............................................ 357, 359
Matthew Kelly Foundation ...................................... 147, 149, 151, 153
Megan McKenna – The Wayfarer’s Tale, Inc. ......... 409
Men as Learners and Elders – Males of the
Center for Action and Contemplation ................. 812-813
Ministerio Biblico Verbo Divino ............................... 571, 670
Ministry Database .................................................. 814
Ministry of the Arts .................................................. 708, 710
Monica Brown and Emmaus Ministries .................. 461
Mount St. Mary’s College ....................................... 537, 636
Multicultural Resources & Gift Center .................... 556
Mysterium – A Sacred Art & Design Studio ............. 811
National Association for Hispanic Elderly ............... 481, 483, 485
Nat’l Assoc. of Catholic Family Life Ministers ......... 386
National Religious Vocation Conference ................ 457, 459
NCEA – National Catholic Educational Assoc. ....... 803-804
Nest Family ............................................................ 444
New City Press ...................................................... 408
Notre Dame Creations ........................................... 127, 129, 226, 228
Oblate Media & Communication ............................. 581, 583
Oblate School of Theology ..................................... 581, 583
OCP ....................................................................... 401, 403, 405, 500, 502, 504
Office of Religious Education ................................. 331, 430
Office of Restorative Justice .................................. 454
O’Keeffe Religious Articles ..................................... 208, 210
One2believe ........................................................... 647
OPM / Catholic Creative Services .......................... 802
Orbis Books ............................................................ 347, 349
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Our Sunday Visitor ................................................. 358, 360, 362, 364, 366, 368
Oxfam America ....................................................... 629
Oxford University Press ......................................... 543, 545
PamStenzel.com .................................................... 613, 615
Parish Data Systems .............................................. 608, 610
ParishSOFT, LLC ................................................... 675
ParishWorld.net ...................................................... 478
Pauline Books and Media ....................................... 157, 159, 161, 256, 258, 260
Paulist Press Book Center / Paulist Press ......... 209, 211, 213, 215, 217, 219
Pax Clothing ........................................................... 740
Pflaum Publishing Group ........................................ 107, 109
Pontifical Mission Societies in the United States .... 463
RCL ........................................................................ 536, 538, 540, 542
Relics ..................................................................... 242, 244
Religious Education Congress ............................... 431, 530
Resource Publications ............................................ 183
Rosary Bowl ........................................................... 702, 704, 706
Sacred Heart Kids’ Club/Club del Sagrado Corazon .... 204
St. Andrew’s Abbey Ceramics ................................ 375, 377, 474, 476
St. Andrews Abbey Market ..................................... 379, 381
St. Anne in the Mountains Retreat Center .............. 206
St. Anthony Messenger Press ................................ 361, 363, 365, 367
St. Camillus Center — HIV/AIDS, Pax Christi,
Justice & Peace ................................................. 666
St. Raphael Collection ............................................ 247
St. Vincent de Paul Family ..................................... 566, 568, 570
Saint John’s Bible ................................................... 222
Saint John’s School of Theology & Seminary ......... 320
Saint Joseph High School ...................................... 471
Saint Mary’s Press ................................................. 513, 515, 517, 612, 614, 616
Salesian Youth & Young Adult Ministry ................... 465, 467
Sandalstrap ............................................................ 261, 263, 265, 267
Sara K. Rubin Pottery & Sculpture ......................... 223, 225
SAT Sabbatical, Grad. Theological Union, Berkeley .... 407
SHCJ Art / France White ........................................ 262, 264
Sheed & Ward ........................................................ 445, 447
Silver Burdett Ginn Religion .................................... 412, 414, 416, 418, 420, 422
Sisters of Notre Dame ............................................ 550
Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods
– Vocations ........................................................ 585
Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange ............................. 100, 102
Sisters of the Holy Names ...................................... 212, 214
Soft Saints, Inc. ...................................................... 557
SpiritandSong ......................................................... 506, 508, 510, 512
Spiritual Directors International ............................... 461
SSDB–Distribuciones Librería de Habla Hispana ... 342, 344
Sunny-Side Up Entertainment ................................ 323
Sunrise Printery ...................................................... 685
Technology Center ................................................. 431, 530
Tekton Woodworks, LLC ........................................ 554
Terry Hershey & Associates ................................... 544, 546, 548
The Christophers .................................................... 625, 627
The Dibble Fund for Marriage Education ................ 681
The Franciscan School of Theology ....................... 287
The Merton Institute for Contemplative Living ........ 421
The Printery House ................................................ 411, 413
The Tidings – Vida Nueva Newspapers ................. 470
The Tomorrow Project ............................................ 306
The Wood & Iron Factory ....................................... 665
The Word Among Us .............................................. 346, 348
TheFeltSource.com ................................................ 113, 115, 117
Tori ... Inspirations In Clay ...................................... 424
Tortorelli Creations ................................................. 468
Transportation Charter Services, Inc. ..................... 383
Tree of Life Imports ................................................ 657, 659
Twenty-Third Publications ...................................... 307, 309, 311
U.S. Air Force Chaplain Service ............................. 807
University of Notre Dame ....................................... 423, 425
USCCB Publishing ................................................. 271, 370
UWS In Christ ........................................................ 501
Val MacRae – Sacred Spiral ................................... 503, 505
ValLimar Jansen – Frank Jansen ........................... 810
Veritas Co. Ltd. ....................................................... 241, 243, 245
Vocations Office ..................................................... 456, 458
William H Sadlier, Inc. ............................................ 600, 602, 604, 606
Wipf and Stock Publishers ..................................... 620
Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co ........................... 661, 663
World Library Publications ...................................... 137, 139, 141, 236, 238, 240
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