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RECongress 2014 Program Book
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SCHEDULE
THURSDAY, MARCH 13
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
FRIDAY, MARCH 14
7:00 am - 3:00 pm
8:30 am - 9:30 am
10:00 am - 11:30 am
10:15 am - 11:00 am
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
11:45 am - 12:30 pm
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
5:15 pm
8:00 - 9:30 pm
9:00 pm
SATURDAY, MARCH 15
7:30 am - 3:00 pm
7:50 am
8:30 am
10:00 am - 11:30 am
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
11:45 am - 12:30 pm
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
5:15 pm
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
8:30 pm
9:00 pm - 12 midnight
SUNDAY, MARCH 16
8:00 am - 11:00 pm
8:00 am - 9:30 am
8:30 am
10:00 am - 11:30 am
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
11:45 am - 12:30 pm
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
3:30 pm
2014 Los Angeles Religious Education Congress
On-site Registration & Ticket Pick-up – (Convention Prefunction Area)
On-site Registration & Ticket Pick-up – (Prefunction Area)
Opening Rite & Welcome – (Arena)
Period 1 Workshops
Archbishop José Gomez Online Chat – (Tech Center, Hall A)
LUNCH
Music: The Jacob & Matthew Band – (Arena)
Music: Jesse Manibusan, Sarah Hart & Jackie Francois – (Hall B)
Period 2 Workshops
Period 3 Workshops
EUCHARISTIC LITURGIES
Evening Prayer – (Convention 303)
Concert: “United by Faith” / “Unidos por la fe” – (Arena)
Film Showcase – (Convention 201)
Celtic Prayer – (Convention 303)
On-site Registration & Ticket Pick-up – (Prefunction Area)
Morning Praise – (Arena)
Keynote: Rev. Robert Barron – (Arena)
Period 4 Workshops
LUNCH
Music: John Burland, Andrew Chinn & Michael Mangan – (Arena)
Music: ValLimar Jansen & Curtis Stephan – (Hall B)
Period 5 Workshops
Period 6 Workshops
EUCHARISTIC LITURGIES
Evening Prayer – (Convention 303)
Concert: Ceili Rain – (Arena)
Sacred Illuminations – (Convention 213)
Young Adult Dance – (Marriott Marquis Ballroom)
On-site Registration & Ticket Pick-up – (Prefunction Area)
EUCHARISTIC LITURGY – (Arena)
Address (English): Dr. Carolyn Woo – (Convention Ballroom AB)
Address (Spanish): Msgr. Eduardo Chávez – (Hall B)
Period 7 Workshops
LUNCH
Music: Donna Peña, Meredith Augustin & Anna Betancourt – (Arena)
Music: Stella Garcia-Lopez, Rudy Lopez & Pedro Rubalcava – (Hall B)
Period 8 Workshops
CLOSING EUCHARISTIC LITURGY – (Arena)
REGISTRATION HOURS:
Friday:
Saturday:
Sunday:
Location:
7:00 am - 3:00 pm
7:30 am - 3:00 pm
8:00 am - 11:00 am
Prefunction Area
EXHIBIT HALL HOURS:
Friday & Saturday:
Sunday:
Location:
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Convention Hall A
MULTICULTURAL EXHIBIT:
Friday & Saturday:
Sunday:
Location:
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
9:00 am - 2:30 pm
2nd Floor Prefunction Lobby
SACRED SPACE IN
CONVENTION 304 (3rd floor)
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
10:00 am - 9:00 pm
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
• Labyrinth • Chapel • Art Works •
• Live Music • Stations of the Cross •
• Sacrament of Reconciliation
Friday & Saturday:
11:30 am - 1:00 pm & 2:30 - 3:30 pm
CONTENTS
General Info
2014 LOS ANGELES
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CONGRESS
MARCH 14-16, 2014
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63-65
TALLERES DEL CONGRESO
Viernes, Marzo 14 – Sesiones 1-3............. 31
Sábado, Marzo 15 – Sesiones 4-6 ............. 32
Domingo, Marzo 16 – Sesiones 7-8.......... 33
WORSHIP AIDS – ARENA:
Friday
Opening Rite & Welcome begins.............. 34
Urban Fusion Liturgy begins .................... 37
Arena
Saturday
Morning Praise begins .............................. 42
Native American Liturgy begins ............... 45
Sunday
Closing Liturgy begins .............................. 51
Congress Theme Song .............................. 60-61
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23
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Maps
WORKSHOP ROOM LOCATIONS
Period 1 – Friday, March 14 ........................
Period 2 – Friday...........................................
Period 3 – Friday...........................................
Period 4 – Saturday, March 15 .....................
Period 5 – Saturday .......................................
Period 6 – Saturday .......................................
Period 7 – Sunday, March 16 .......................
Period 8 – Sunday .........................................
O.R.E.
Recorded workshops indicated by * and
SPECIAL EVENTS
Friday .................Archbishop Gomez Online Chat
Friday .................................... Film Showcase 2014
Saturday ....................... Sacred Illuminations 2014
Saturday .................................. Young Adult Dance
Sunday.................................... Souvenir ePostcards
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Exhibitors
SAVE THE DATE!
Congress 2015 Dates
March 12, 2015 (Youth Day)
& March 13-15, 2015
SECCIÓN EN ESPAÑOL
Horario del Congreso ................................
Información ...............................................
Mensaje del Arzobispo Gomez ................
Mensaje de la Directora de la O.R.E. .......
Programas de la O.R.E. ............................
Español
GENERAL INFORMATION
Acknowledgements ....................................... 69-72
Attendee General Information ...................... 7
Audio Recording Form ................................. 25
Catechist Recertification ............................... 66
Committees ................................................... 67
Endowment Fund Contributors ..................... 70-72
Exhibitors
• Categories ............................................... 91-95
• Featured Exhibitors ................................ 80-98
• Index (alphabetical) ................................ 95-100
Daily Schedules
• Friday, March 14 .................................... 8-10
• Saturday, March 15 ................................ 15-17
• Sunday, March 16 .................................. 21-22
Maps
• Clarion Hotel Map .................................. 74
• Convention Center Map ...................Back Cover
• Exhibit Hall A Map ................Inside Back Cover
• Hilton Hotel Map ................................... 75
• Marriott Hotel Map................................. 76
• Restaurants Map & Listing ..................... 78-79
• Sheraton Park Hotel Map ....................... 77
O.R.E. Programs ........................................... 63-65
O.R.E. Staff .................................................. 62
O.R.E. Staff Booth Schedule ........................ 63
Speaker Index................................................ 5
Technology Center Schedule ........................ 11
Weekend Schedule ..................... Inside Front Cover
Welcome
Message from Archchbishop Gomez ........ 2
Message from Bishop Vann ...................... 3
Message from the O.R.E. Director............ 4
Schedule
ARCHDIOCESE OF LOS ANGELES
OFFICE OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION (ORE)
3424 WILSHIRE BOULEVARD
LOS ANGELES, CA 90010
PHONE: (213) 637-7346
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WELCOME TO CONGRESS
WELCOME
March 2014
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
Welcome to the 2014 Religious Education Congress of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles!
The theme that gathers us this year, “Hope: A World Afire,” is a wonderful invitation for
each one of us. The more we grow in the theological virtue of hope, the more we will be
able to set the world on fire, the more we will be able to transform it into a better place,
filled with love, peace, justice and respect for all.
In order to do this, we should always remember what kind of hope we are talking about.
Pope Francis explained it beautifully:
“Hope is not optimism. Hope is a present, it’s a gift from the Holy Spirit. St. Paul tells
us that hope has a name. Hope is Christ. If you don’t say: ‘I have hope in Jesus Christ,
a person that’s alive, that lives in the Eucharist, that is present in His word,’ that is not
hope. It could be good mood, optimism...
“Jesus, the hope, renews everything: in my life, in your life, in our lives. He rebuilds.
And what He builds again is precisely the reason of our hope. He’s the reason of our
hope. And this hope does not delude because He is faithful. This is the virtue of hope.
“May the Lord, who is the hope of glory, who is the center, the whole, help us in this
path: to give hope, to have passion for hope.”
I pray that these days of formation, fellowship, prayer and worship may be an excellent
opportunity to grow in knowledge and understanding of our Catholic faith, as well
as love and devotion to the Lord Jesus, whom we serve in our daily life, in our work,
ministry, family and public life.
May God bless you abundantly during this weekend and in all you do.
Sincerely yours in Christ,
Most Rev. José H. Gomez
Archbishop of Los Angeles
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WELCOME
March 2014
Dear Friends,
It is always a great joy for me to welcome you to our spirited Religious Education Congress.
This amazing weekend offers many opportunities for re-energizing our lives, for resourcing
and enriching our ministries.
This year’s theme, “Hope: A World Afire,” flows from the transfiguration story proclaimed on
the second Sunday of Lent. Hope rooted in grace and goodness shines brightly on the face of
Jesus. Knowing that the fruit of hope is boldness, we commit to light fires of hope and set our
world ablaze with the Gospel story and our commitment to the catechetical ministry.
As you will recall, a Religious Education Endowment Fund has been established in the
Archdiocese of Los Angeles for the ongoing education and formation of Directors of Religious
Education, Adult Educators, Young Adults and Youth Ministers. The fund is currently enabling
18 students to pursue a master’s degree in Religious Education. Your gift offering at the 2013
Congress Saturday night liturgies together with registration contributions added $43,154 to this
fund. We thank for your ongoing generosity.
The variety of workshops and keynotes available throughout the weekend are excellent
resources for formation and enrichment for you and for your communities of faith. The opportunity to listen and be renewed by the wisdom offered by national and international speakers is
truly gift and blessing.
Our spirits are sure to be lifted by the inspirational liturgical celebrations, entertainment and
multicultural experiences provided. At the center of the many activities, there is also opportunity to spend time in prayer in the contemplative environment provided in Sacred Space, walk
the labyrinth or avail of the sacrament of reconciliation.
Thank you for your wonderful leadership and your faithful dedication to sharing the Good
News. I look forward to greeting you at this spirit-filled event.
I look forward to welcoming you.
Sr. Edith Prendergast, RSC
Director, Office of Religious Education
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SPEAKER INDEX
Asterisks (*) and the headphone
symbol ( ) indicate recorded
workshops. “Key” indicates a Saturday Keynote or Sunday Address.
Workshops are designated by two
numbers separated by a dash. The
single digit 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; and -70 is in
Vietnamese.
Heft, Rev. James .......................... 4-10*
Hendey, Lisa ................................. 2-12*, 7-12*
Hernandez, Sr. Glenda ................. 1-56*, 7-52*
Hernandez, Wil ............................. 4-11
Hershey, Rev. Terry ...................... 1-09*, 4-12*
Hristou, Rhea................................ 1-10*, 8-10*
Huebsch, Bill................................. 4-13*, 5-06*
Jansen, ValLimar .......................... 2-03*, 4-14*
Jezreel, Jack................................. 1-11*, 4-15*
Joncas, Fr. Michael....................... 5-14, 8-11
Just, Fr. Felix ................................ 7-13*
Kaczor, Dr. Christopher ................ 8-12*
Kempf, Fr. Joe .............................. 3-08*, 4-16*
Kendzia, Tom ................................ 6-02*
Kennedy, Rev. Michael ................. 8-54*
Kicanas, Bishop Gerald ................ 1-12*, 2-13*
Kinghorn, Carol............................. 5-15, 8-13
Kolar, Peter ................................... 3-10, 8-55
Landry, Carey ............................... 5-15, 8-13
Lawton, Liam ................................ 5-16
Leal, Douglas................................ 6-03*
Leonard, Fr. Richard ..................... 6-04, 8-14
Loftus, Fr. David ........................... 1-02*, 3-11*
Lombardi, Dr. Josephine............... 2-14*, 7-15*
Macalintal, Diana .......................... 7-16*
MacBeth, Sybil.............................. 2-15*, 6-05*
Mahony, Cardinal Roger ............... 4-17*
Mangan, Michael .......................... 1-14*, 6-06*
Manibusan, Jesse......................... 3-12*
Martin, Rev. James ....................... 3-13*, 7-17*
Massingale, Fr. Bryan ................... 3-14*, 4-18*
Matovina, Dr. Timothy ................... 4-54*, 6-07*
Mayersohn, Rabbi Michael ........... 6-08*
McCarty, Robert............................ 3-15*, 5-18*
McCorquodale, Charlotte.............. 6-09*
McGrath, Bro. Michael O’Neill ...... 5-21*
McKee, Brian ................................ 5-11*, 8-05*
McKenna, Dr. Megan .................... 3-16*, 6-11*
McMahon, Bishop Malcolm .......... 7-18*
Medina, Dr. Jose Antonio.............. 6-54*
Miles, Ted ..................................... 6-10*
Molina Jr., Hector.......................... 3-18, 6-55
Montenegro, Juan Carlos ............. 2-52*, 4-57*,
........................................ 6-10, *
Moreno, Rafael ............................. 2-54
Morris, Fr. Jonathan...................... 3-17*, 4-19*
Mullen, Fr. J. Patrick ..................... 2-16*, 6-12*
Murua, Marcelo............................. 5-54*, 8-56*
Nelson-Johnson, Dr. Terry ............ 6-13*, 7-19*
Nguyen, Fr. Bao............................ 2-70*
Ospino, Dr. Hosffman ................... 2-17*, 4-55*
Pacatte, Sr. Rose.......................... 6-14*
Pacholczyk, Fr. Tadeusz ............... 4-21, 5-17
Paprocki, Joe ................................ 1-13*, 7-14*
Parra Sánchez, Abundio ............... 1-57*, 4-56*
Patin, Mike .................................... 1-15*
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Pereda Bullrich, Hernán ............... 5-55*, 7-53*
Petitfils, Roy.................................. 4-22*, 8-15*
Pham, Fr. Thinh Duc..................... 1-70*, 4-70*
Phong, Bro. Fortunat .................... 3-70*, 6-70*
Pineda-Madrid, Dr. Nancy ............ 6-56*, 7-54
Ponnet, Fr. Chris........................... 3-04*
Prado, Fr. Fernando ..................... 3-55*, 5-56*
Preston, Anthony .......................... 3-19*
Quinlivan, Sr. Carol....................... 2-18*
Radcliffe, Fr. Timothy .................... 3-20*, 5-19*
Recinella, Susan........................... 2-20*, 6-15*
Recinella, Dale ............................. 2-20*, 6-15*
Reese, Thomas ............................ 6-16, 7-20
Reinhard, Sarah ........................... 2-12*, 7-12*
Reyes, Dr. Jonathan ..................... 3-21*, 4-23*
Ricard, Rev. R. Tony ..................... 1-16*, 4-24*
Ricken, Bishop David ................... 4-25*
Roberto, John ............................... 3-22*
Rodriguez, Rev. Domingo............. 3-56*, 5-57
Rodriguez, Cardinal Oscar ........... 3-57*, 7-21*
Rolheiser, Rev. Ronald ................. 1-17*, 5-20*
Rubalcava, Pedro ......................... 5-58, 7-54,
........................................ 8-16
Ryan, Bishop Sylvester ................ 3-24*, 4-57*
Rymarz, Dr. Richard ..................... 2-19*, 8-17*
Sawyer, Sr. Kieran ........................ 5-22*, 8-18*
Scally, Anna .................................. 8-19*
Scirghi, Fr. Thomas ...................... 1-18*, 6-17*
Searle, Susan ............................... 7-22*
Sedano, Maruja ............................ 3-58*, 8-57*
Senior, Fr. Donald ......................... 3-23*, 4-26*
Shepp, Vikki.................................. 5-18*
Siller Acuña, Clodomiro L. ............ 2-55*, 7-55*
Skinner, Christine ......................... 2-21*, 8-20*
Skinner, Michael ........................... 2-21*, 8-20*
Smith-Christopher, Dr. Daniel ....... 1-19*, 8-21*
Sofield, Bro. Loughlan .................. 2-22*, 6-18*
Spitzer, Rev. Robert...................... 3-25*, 6-19*
Stanz, Julianne ............................. 5-23*, 8-22*
Stauring, Javier............................. 8-54*
Stenzel, Pam ................................ 1-20*, 7-23*
Sullivan, Sr. Maureen ................... 2-23*, 5-24*
Symkowick, Deacon Joe .............. 7-11*
Theisen, Michael .......................... 6-20*, 8-23*
Tuoc, Bishop Joseph Nguyen ....... 5-70*, 7-70*
Turk, Jihad .................................... 2-25*, 5-25*
Turner, Rev. Paul .......................... 1-21*, 3-26*
Valenzuela, Victor ......................... 2-56*, 6-21*
Valenzuela, David ......................... 4-20*
Valladares, Sr. Xiskya ................... 4-58*, 8-58*
Valoyce Sanchez, Georgiana ....... 4-20*
Vega, Rev. Richard ....................... 6-57*
Vital Cruz, Lupita .......................... 2-57*, 5-53*
Vitillo, Msgr. Robert ...................... 1-22*, 6-22*
Wagner, Luella .............................. 4-20*
Wagner, Nick ................................ 8-24*
Walker, Christopher ...................... 1-23*, 6-23*
Wallis, Jim..................................... 2-24*, 3-27*
Weber, Jean Marie ....................... 2-26*, 5-26*
Wells, David.................................. 6-25*, 8-25*
Wenc, Char................................... 1-24*, 6-24*
West, John.................................... 6-26*
White, Fr. Michael ......................... 1-25*, 4-27*
White, Dr. Vanessa ....................... 1-26*, 7-25*
White, Dr. Joseph ......................... 6-27*, 7-24*
Whyte, David ................................ 1-27, 2-27
Wicks, Dr. Robert.......................... 1-28, 4-28
Woo, Dr. Carolyn .......................... KEY*
Yzaguirre, Dr. John ....................... 7-56*
Zanotto, Rev. Luigi........................ 6-58*, 7-57*
Zukowski, Sr. Angela .................... 2-28*, 5-27*
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Aguilera-Titus, Dr. Alejandro ......... 3-51*, 6-51*
Allen Jr., John ............................... 5-01*, 7-01*
Alonso, Tony ................................. 2-01, 5-16
Anderle, Donna............................. 2-02*, 5-02*
Angotti, John................................. 5-21*
Angrisano, Steve .......................... 1-01*
Angulo, Katherine ......................... 3-52*
Ash, Laura .................................... 4-02*, 7-02
Atkinson, Patrick ........................... 2-51*, 5-03*
Awiapo, Thomas ........................... 2-03*
Bañuelas, Msgr. Arturo ................. 1-51*, 4-01*
Barron, Rev. Robert ...................... KEY*
Beckman, Betsey.......................... 4-02*, 7-02*
Benavides, Luis ............................ 1-52*, 6-52*
Bergant, Sr. Dianne ...................... 4-03*, 5-04*
Bird, Nancy ................................... 3-09*, 7-03*
Birmingham, Mary ........................ 3-01*, 7-04*
Bordeaux, Clementine .................. 4-20*
Boyle, Rev. Gregory ..................... 5-05*
Bryant, Sr. Kathy........................... 8-01*
Burland, John ............................... 2-04*, 7-05*
Cameli, Fr. Louis........................... 5-07*, 7-06*
Castañeda, Dr. Augusto................ 7-51*
Castillo, Francisco ........................ 6-53*, 8-51*
Chavez, Msgr. Eduardo ................ 5-51*, KEY*
Chinn, Andrew .............................. 3-02*, 8-02*
Chinnéide, Deirdre Ní ................... 8-03*
Corcoran, Tom .............................. 1-25*, 4-27*
Cornejo, Olivia .............................. 1-54
Cozzens, Fr. Donald ..................... 5-08
Crosthwaite, Prof. Alejandro ......... 1-53*, 5-52*
Cusick, Rev. John ......................... 1-04*, 5-09*
Dahm, Rev. Charles ..................... 4-51*, 8-52*
De Silva, Chris .............................. 5-16
Deasy, Fr. Ken .............................. 8-04*
Deck, Fr. Allan .............................. 3-53*
Donegan, Fr. Gary ........................ 5-11*, 8-05*
Downey, Dr. Michael ..................... 4-04*
Dyer, Msgr. Timothy ...................... 3-24*
East, Tom...................................... 2-05*, 4-05*
East, Msgr. Ray ............................ 5-10*
Ellair, Steven................................. 3-03*, 4-06*
Esparafita, Rev. Fabian ................ 3-54*, 8-53*
Fabing, Fr. Robert......................... 1-03
Feduccia, Robert .......................... 7-07*
Ferder, Sr. Fran ............................ 2-06*, 8-06*
Fernández, Santiago .................... 4-52
Fitzmaurice, Arthur ....................... 3-04*, 5-12*
Flecha, P. José Román................. 2-53*, 4-53*
Flores, Theresa ............................ 1-05*, 8-07*
Florian, Amy.................................. 2-07, 8-08
Fragomeni, Fr. Richard ................. 2-08*, 4-07*
Francois, Joyce ............................ 3-24*, 6-10*
Frawley-Mangan, Anne................. 1-14*, 7-08*
Friedt, Dan .................................... 1-06*
Gaillardetz, Dr. Richard ................ 1-07*, 6-01*
Galea, Fr. Rob .............................. 2-09*
Galipeau, Dr. Jerry........................ 2-10*
Garcia, Rev. David........................ 1-55*, 4-57*
García-López, Estela .................... 5-58, 8-16
Gordon, Dr. Greer ......................... 1-08*, 7-09*
Griffith, Dr. Colleen ....................... 2-11*
Groome, Dr. Thomas .................... 2-11*, 4-08*
Haas, David .................................. 3-05, 7-10
Hall, Darrell ................................... 3-06*, 8-09*
Hansen, Deacon Ron ................... 7-11*
Hart, Mark ..................................... 3-07*, 4-09*
Hart, Sarah ................................... 4-14*
Haugen, Marty .............................. 2-01
Headley, Fr. William ...................... 5-13*
Heagle, Fr. John ........................... 2-06*, 8-06*
CONGRESS FEATURES
CONGRESS SPOTLIGHT
NOTE: Some Arena and Hall B sessions
have handouts for their workshops posted
online. Find information and the listing at
www.RECongress.org/2014/updates.htm.
ARCHBISHOP GOMEZ CHAT >
Friday, 10:15-11:15 am – Tech Center
Join us Friday morning at the Tech Center as
Los Angeles Archbishop José Gomez conducts the first live video chat session from
Congress with students from St. Columbkille Elementary School in Los Angeles.
Friday Event only, 8:30-9:30 am – Hall B
You don’t have to be in the Arena to see the
Opening Rite & Welcome. You can now
watch the Friday morning event broadcast
live on the screens in Hall B. And don’t forget
that you can watch Arena events broadcast
live on the Internet at www.RECongress.
org/LIVE and find some past Congress moments on our page at www.youtube.com/
RECongress.
< FRIDAY EVENING CONCERT
Friday, 8:00-9:30 pm – Convention Arena
“United by Faith and Language”
FILM SHOWCASE 2014 >
Friday, 8:00-10:00 pm – Convention 201
The Film Showcase, in partnership with
Loyola Marymount University, presents
excerpts from a number of narrative feature
films, shorts, documentaries, experimental and animated films, whose thematic
elements are grounded in Catholic social
teaching, justice, ministry, spirituality and
theology. Filmmakers will be on hand to
meet with audience members.
SATURDAY CONCERT >
Saturday, 8-9:30 pm – Convention Arena
Ceili Rain
Just the heavenly party you are looking for
on Saturday night! Ceili Rain’s upbeat Celtic
pop-rock music makes dancers of us all in
the Arena! Featuring songs from their new
“Hymns & Hers” CD, along with your old
favorites, the Ceili tunes allow no heart to be
left unmoved, no feet to stand still!
2014 ART EXHIBIT >
Friday through Sunday – Arena Lobby
Karen Schmidt creates sculptures that convey
spiritual truth through symbol, gesture and form.
Her liturgical sculptures speak on many levels
and draw the viewer into contemplation. Her
work is installed across America, and her studio
in Anaheim, Calif., serves as a center to connect
and support local artists. (Arena Lobby)
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< LIVE STREAMING IN HALL B
Join Santiago Fernandez and friends on a
musical journey through Latin America to
celebrate faith and life. The evening will
celebrate the sounds and rhythms of Hispanic
culture. Come ready to sing and dance to the
music and the angelic voices of the Latino
artists you have come to know and love.
< KEYNOTE: REV. ROBERT BARRON
Saturday, 8:30 am – Convention Arena
“Hope to Set the World Afire”
Let us explore the essential recommendations for the successful proclamation of Jesus
Christ in today’s culture. This calls for a
“willingness to tell the great story,” lead with
the beautiful, preach with ardor, and employ
the new media.
< SACRED ILLUMINATIONS
Saturday, 8:30 pm – Convention 213
“Sacred Illuminations: A mystical choreography of light and sound” incorporates the
newest liturgical and fine art photography
and reflections by Sister Rose Marie Tulacz,
SND. She will bring us deeper in surrender
to the voice and echoes of God’s unconditional love.
< CONGRESS SOUVENIRS
Friday through Sunday – Hall A
Don’t leave Congress without getting your
souvenir items. Find pins, note pads, pens,
buttons and more at the Information/Souvenir booth in the center of Hall A.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
CELL PHONES
Out of respect for speakers and other participants,
please turn off or silence cell phones during general
sessions, liturgies and workshops.
EMERGENCIES
In case of emergency, contact Convention Center personnel or the nearest Congress official wearing a red,
white and blue striped ribbon; they are in radio contact
and can summon help quickly. For life-threatening
situations, please call 9-1-1.
EXHIBIT HALL HOURS
Exhibits are located in Hall A. See pages 95-100 for a
listing of exhibitors. Exhibits will be open:
Friday & Saturday:
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday:
8:00 am - 3:00 pm
FIRST AID
A First Aid Station for routine health matters is located
in the Prefunction area (see back cover map).
FOOD/CONCESSIONS
The Convention Center offers daily options of food
choices in Hall A.
Continental breakfast: 8:00 am - 9:30 am
Lunch:
11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Cart concessions:
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
HOSPITALITY ROOM INFORMATION
Check the Message Board in the Prefunction area to
give or obtain information about parish hospitality.
LOST AND FOUND
Lost & Found is located outside of Congress Headquarters, located in Convention AR 1.
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 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday:
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sunday:
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
PARKING
Day parking is available in the Convention Center
parking structures at the rate of $12 per day with no
in-and-out privileges.
RESTAURANT RESERVATIONS
In addition to our listing on pages 78-79, the Restaurant Booth, located in the Prefunction area, has
restaurant menus and can help make reservations:
Friday & Saturday:
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sunday:
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
SPEAKER BOOK SIGNINGS
Authors and musical artists will be available to sign
books and CDs in the Signing Area (southeast area of
Exhibit Hall A, near the Recording Booth). Check the
schedule at the Book Signing Area for updated times.
SMOKING
Smoking is not allowed at the Convention Center,
other than the designated outdoor courtyards.
NOTICE
By your attendance at this event, you are granting your
permission to be filmed, videotaped, audiotaped or
photographed by any means and are granting full use of
your likeness, voice and words without compensation.
WORKSHOP INFORMATION
NAME TAGS/TICKETS
Congress Name Tags are required to be worn at all
times during scheduled events. Tickets are necessary
for admittance into all workshops, general sessions
and the Exhibit Hall.
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.
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
silence or turn off your cell phone.
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 much 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.
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General Info
AUDIO RECORDING
Many of the workshop sessions will be recorded with
speaker permission (indicated by [*] and ). Delegate recording in any medium of any workshop or
general assembly is NOT permitted. Audio CDs
are available for purchase on site at the CSC Digital
Media booth at the east wall in Hall A. Downloadable
MP3s are available after Congress. Order information
on page 25.
FRIDAY EVENTS
FRIDAY @ CONGRESS
Friday, March 14, 2014
Opening Event 2013
2012
LITURGIES & PRAYER SERVICES
Eucharistic Liturgies
All liturgies begin at 5:15 pm
Congress offers several Eucharistic Liturgies of different character from which to choose. We invite you to experience
a liturgy from among the many cultures.
F1
F2
F3
F4
Character
General
Celtic
Jazz
Spanish
Location
Hilton California
Convention Ballrooms
Marriott Marquis Ballroom
Convention Hall B
F5
F6
Urban Fusion
Vietnamese
Convention Arena
Marriott Grand Ballroom
Presider
Rev. James Clarke
Msgr. Clement Connolly
Rev. Patrick Mullen
Archbishop José Gomez
Music
Patrick Zubiate
Liam Lawton
Curtis Stephan / Chris de Silva
Santiago Fernandez / Rudy López
Estela García-López
Msgr. Ray East
Meredith Augustin
Bishop Joseph Nguyen Tuoc Vietnamese Community
Liturgy of the Hours & Prayer Service
Vespers (Latin for “evening”) is our evening prayer service. Our day ends with a Celtic prayer service.
P1 Evening Prayer
P2 Celtic Prayer
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5:15 pm Convention 303 (3rd floor)
9:00 pm Convention 303 (3rd floor)
Juliette Marsh-Williams
Deirdre Ní Chinnéide
Cesar Marquez / Teresa Weiss
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FRIDAY EVENTS
FRIDAY SCHEDULE
OPENING RITE & WELCOME
Arena – Friday, 8:30 am
“HOPE: A WORLD AFIRE”
7:00 am - 3:00 pm
On-site registration begins
(Prefunction area)
Gathering in hope, we fan the flame of God’s fiery presence in us and among us. Our
hearts and our voices will unite in a chorus of praise and gratefulness. This amazing
and spirit-filled gathering will be graced by the presence and gifts of:
8:30 - 9:30 am
Opening Rite & Welcome
(Arena)
Michael Paul Leon
Rudy López
Michael Mangan
Jesse Manibusan
Cesar Marquez
Monica Miller Luther
Rafael Moreno
Donna Peña
Danielle Rose
Pedro Rubalcava
Brenda Smith
Nicole Smith-Masero
Curtis Stephan
Pasquale Talarico
Ginny Temple
Trevor Thomson
Teresa Weiss
John West & the
Elohim D’Leon
Gary Daigle
Chris de Silva
Santiago Fernández
Noelle Garcia
Estela García-López
Hermana Glenda
Laura Gomez
David Haas
Sarah Hart
Marty Haugen
Frank Jansen
ValLimar Jansen
Mary Janus
Tom Kendzia
Mel Kennedy
Peter Kolar
Gaile Krause
Liam Lawton
Carey Landry
Matthew Leon
Valyermo Dancers
... and many others
10:00 - 11:30 am
Period 1 Workshops
10:15 - 11:00 am
Archbishop Gomez Online Chat
(Tech Center - Hall A)
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
LUNCH
11:45 am - 12:30 pm
Music (Arena)
– The Jacob & Matthew Band
Music (Hall B)
– Jesse Manibusan, Sarah Hart,
& Jackie Francois
1:00 - 2:30 pm
Period 2 Workshops
3:00 - 4:30 pm
Period 3 Workshops
FRIDAY LUNCHTIME ENTERTAINMENT
Arena – 11:45 am - 12:30 pm
5:15 pm
Eucharistic Liturgies
& Evening Prayer
THE JACOB & MATTHEW BAND
Come sing, rejoice, pray and celebrate with this
gifted band as they debut new songs off their forthcoming album and share some crowd favorites that
many have come to love. Sit back, relax, enjoy your
meal and listen to their rich blend of music and
prayer that is sure to lift your spirits!
The Jacob & Matthew Band
8:00 pm
Concert (Arena)
– “United by Faith and
Language” / “Unidos
por la fe y el idioma”
Film Showcase 2014
(Convention 201)
Hall B – 11:45 am - 12:30 pm
9:00 pm
JESSE MANIBUSAN, SARAH HART &
JACKIE FRANCOIS
Celtic Prayer
(Convention 303)
“Resound the Mystery in Songs of Joy & Hope”
Francois
Come and experience songs and stories that will Manibusan Hart
more than entertain, but rather excite, encourage and energize. Enjoy this trio of
talent in a wonderful, exciting model of catechesis and evangelization.
Registration Hours
7:00 am - 3:00 pm
(Prefunction area)
FRIDAY EVENING CONCERT
Exhibit Hall Hours
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
(Hall A)
Arena – 8:00 pm
“United by Faith and Language” / “Unidos por la fe y el idioma”
Join Santiago Fernandez and friends on a musical journey through
Latin America to celebrate faith and life. The evening will celebrate
the sounds and rhythms of Hispanic culture. Come ready to sing and
Fernandez
dance to the music and the angelic voices of the Latino artists you have
come to know and love!
FILM SHOWCASE 2014
Convention 201 – 8:00 - 10:00 pm
The Film Showcase, in partnership with Loyola Marymount University, presents
excerpts from a number of films and shorts, whose thematic elements are grounded
in Catholic social teaching, justice, ministry, spirituality and theology.
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Sacred Space
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
(Convention 304)
RECONCILIATION HOURS
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
& 2:30 - 3:30 pm
Multicultural Exhibit
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
(Convention 2nd floor)
A.A. Meeting
Noon (Marriott San Diego)
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Schedule
Archbishop José Gomez
Edith Prendergast, RSC
Paulette Smith
Jan Pedroza
John Flaherty
Tony Alonso
Donna Anderle
David Anderson
John Angotti
Steve Angrisano
Ed Archer
Meredith Augustin
Betsey Beckman
Anna Betancourt
Mary Blanche
John Burland
Helena Buscema
Karla Carrillo
Andrew Chinn
Harrison Crenshaw
Phoebe Crenshaw
FRIDAY EVENTS
ARCHBISHOP CHAT @ TECH CENTER
Tech Center – Hall A, 10:15 - 11:00 am
Come watch Los Angeles Archbishop José
Gomez in a video chat from Congress with
students from St. Columbkille School in Los
Angeles. Then check online later to view the
session from our web site: www.RECongress.org/chat.
Friday, March 14, 2014
ASIAN PACIFIC EVENTS
VIETNAMESE-LANGUAGE WORKSHOPS
1-70* Fr. Thinh Duc Pham (Convention) 209
2-70* Fr. Bao Nguyen
(Convention) 209
3-70* Bro. Fortunat Phong (Convention) 209
ENGLISH WORKSHOPS
ART EXHIBIT
Grand Arena Lobby
Karen Schmidt creates sculptures that convey
spiritual truth through symbol, gesture and
form. Her liturgical sculptures speak on many
levels and draw the viewer into contemplation. Her work is installed across America, and her studio in
Anaheim, Calif., serves as a center to connect and support
local artists. (Arena Lobby)
EXHIBIT HALL A
Hall A – 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Exhibit Hall A showcases over 200 companies
ranging from religious art to music, and from
publishing houses to educational institutions,
in addition to our own represented Los Angeles
Archdiocesan ministries.
SACRED SPACE
Convention 304, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Reconcilation Hours: 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
& 2:30 - 3:30 pm
Take a respite from the day’s events and enter
a space dedicated to facilitating a sense of
spiritual rejuvenation. Spend time with the Stations of the
Cross, the labyrinth, or the meditative music and art.
MULTICULTURAL EXHIBIT
Convention 2nd floor Lobby – 9 am - 5 pm
Find a variety of cultural and religious artifacts, expressions of faith and religious piety
practices, stories of saints and martyrs, and
a plethora of items from the cultures of Native America, Central and South America, Europe, Africa/
African-American and Asia.
UNWIND DURING CONGRESS
Hall A Prefunction Area – 10 am - 4:30 pm
Renew your spirit and take a break from the
bustle of Congress with a chair massage that
relieves tension and relaxes the mind. Visit our
Chair Massage area in the Prefunction Area of
Hall A. The cost is $1 per minute.
A.A. MEETING
Friday noon – Marriott San Diego
Lunchtime meeting for Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) men
and women to share their experiences.
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3-12*
Jesse Manibusan
(Convention) 201 ABC
LITURGY: VIETNAMESE
Marriott (5:15 pm)
Bishop Joseph Nguyen Tuoc, presider
SPEAKER BOOK SIGNINGS
Hall A (Southeast area)
Authors and performing artists have scheduled times to
sign their books and CDs at the Signing Area. The tables
are located in the southeast area of Hall A. Check the
posted schedule for any updates to appearance times and
table numbers.
FOLLOWING PERIOD 1 (about 11:30 am)
Author
Publisher
Table
Fr. Thomas Scirghi
Paraclete Press
B
Fr. Michael White
Ave Maria Press
C
Tom Corcoran
Ave Maria Press
D
Dr. Robert Wicks
Ave Maria Press
E
Ronald Rolheiser
Paulist Press/Image Books
F
Char Wenc
Paulist Press
G
Pam Stenzel
Paulist Press
H
Joe Paprocki
Loyola Press
I
Megan McKenna
Megan McKenna
J
FOLLOWING PERIOD 2 (about 2:30 pm)
Author
Publisher
Table
Lisa Hendey
Ave Maria Press
C
Sarah Reinhard
Ave Maria Press
D
Sybil Macbeth
Paraclete Press
E
Dr. Thomas Groome
Paraclete Press
G
Dr. Colleen Griffith
Paraclete Press
H
FOLLOWING PERIOD 3 (about 4:30 pm)
Author
Fr. Jonathan Morris
Publisher
Table
HarperOne
B
Fr. James Martin
HarperOne
C
Jim Wallis
Paulist Press
D
Fr. Allan Deck, SJ
Renew International
E
Fr. Joe Kempf
Ligouri Publications
G
Greg Wasinski
Let Me Be…Ministries
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The RECongress Technology Center highlights Internet and social media resources and programs 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. Drop by to see the latest in our exhibitors’ online products and resources
and find us online at www.RECongress.org/2014/tech.htm.
RECONGRESS TECHNOLOGY CENTER SCHEDULE
(Check for schedule updates online and on site)
FRIDAY, MARCH 14
10:15 am - 11:00 am
11:30 am - 12:00 pm
12:00 am - 12:30 pm
12:30 pm - 1:00 pm
1:00 pm - 1:30 pm
1:30 pm - 2:00 pm
2:00 pm - 2:30 pm
2:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Archbishop Gomez Online – The Archbishop conducts an online video chat from
Congress with students from St. Columbkille Elementary School in Los Angeles.
Gradelink – Learn why more Catholic schools are choosing Gradelink to manage
student information, master grading and boost enrollment.
TheFiveLoaves.com – Tom Tomaszek, Pastoral Director and co-founder of The
Five Loaves, will present a mini-session entitled, “Emerging Media and the Gospel.”
Catholic Communication and Collaboration (C3) – Charlotte McCorquodale will
overview of the C3 Pilot-San Fernando Pastoral Region Parish Cluster project.
USCCB – The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops introduces myUSCCB,
a new online, mobile, 24/7 members-only portal to support Catholic ministry.
Outside da Box – See the latest video resources, including the VCAT (Video Catechism) 48-film series addressing key concepts from the Catechism – and it’s FREE!
VoicesAsOne.com – Come and discover the innovative, new website (sponsored
by WLP) that brings contemporary Catholic music directly to the ears and eyes of
music enthusiasts, music directors, and parish musicians around the globe!
3:00 pm - 3:30 pm
SATURDAY, MARCH 15
9:00 am - 9:30 am
9:30 am - 10:00 am
10:00 am - 10:30 am
10:30 am - 11:00 am
11:00 am - 11:30 am
11:30 am - 12:00 pm
12:00 pm - 12:30 pm
12:30 pm - 1:00 pm
1:00 pm - 1:30 pm
1:30 pm - 2:00 pm
2:00 - 2:30 pm
2:30 - 3:00 pm
Gradelink – Learn why more Catholic schools are choosing Gradelink to manage
student information, master grading and boost enrollment.
Loyola Press – A demonatration of their online tools and resources for Catholic faith
formation.
Sadlier - A demonstration of our FREE resources and downloadables, including the
Daily Rosary App and free Product Previews of lessons and demo videos.
Loyola Press – A demonatration of their online tools and resources for Catholic faith
formation.
Chris Gonzalez – Making game show-style iPad applications for use in the classroom
and in ministry. No programming experience needed!
TheFiveLoaves.com – Tom Tomaszek, Pastoral Director at The Five Loaves, will
present a mini-session entitled, “Emerging Media and the Gospel.”
Outside da Box – See the latest video resources, including the VCAT (Video Catechism) 48-film series addressing key concepts from the Catechism – and it’s FREE!
Catholic Communication and Collaboration (C3) – Charlotte McCorquodale will
overview of the C3 Pilot-San Fernando Pastoral Region Parish Cluster project.
USCCB – The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops introduces myUSCCB,
a new online, mobile, 24/7 members-only portal to support Catholic ministry.
St. Camillus Center – Fr. Chris Ponnet will focus on the Peace and Justice curriculums: Consistent Life Ethics, Death Penalty, Health Care and Pax Christi!
Gradelink – Learn why more Catholic schools are choosing Gradelink to manage
student information, master grading and boost enrollment.
SUNDAY, MARCH 16
SUNDAY ONLY! Drop by the Tech Center
for your FREE souvenir ePostcard
to email home and to friends!
(Not available during presentation times.)
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Schedule
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
TECH CENTER IN HALL A
PERIOD 1
10:00 - 11:30 am • Friday, March 14, 2014
WORKSHOP
1-01 Keeping the Faith While Teaching the Faith! - Steve Angrisano
AUDIO LOCATION
(Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
(Hilton) Huntington
1-02 The New Evangelization - Fr. David Loftus
(originally with Fr. Pat Brennan)
1-03 Not So Fast: Prayer in the Life of Jesus and You and Me
- Fr. Robert Fabing
—
(Convention) Ballroom C
1-04 Enough is Enough! - Rev. John Cusick
(Clarion) Orangewood
1-05 The Slave Across the Street: A True Story of Human Trafficking
in the States - Theresa Flores
(Convention) 203
1-06 Leadership and Social Justice: How Catholic Schools Can Change
Our World - Dan Friedt
(Sheraton) Palm Ballroom
1-07 The Re-making of the Papacy: From Pope Paul VI to Pope Francis
- Dr. Richard Gaillardetz
(Convention) 201 ABC
1-08 Temptation, Suffering and Forgiveness: The Spiritual Life
- Dr. Greer Gordon
(Convention) 213
1-09 Making a Difference: Being Not Just the Best IN the World, but the
Best FOR the World - Rev. Terry Hershey
(Convention) Ballroom DE
1-10 Focusing on Forgiveness: How to Prepare a Successful
Reconciliation Retreat for Children - Rhea Hristou
(Convention) 211
1-11 St. Francis, Pope Francis and a Vision for the 21st-century Parish
- Jack Jezreel
(Convention) 208
1-12 Forming Students with a Global Catholic Perspective
- Bishop Gerald Kicanas
(Marriott) Orange County
1-13 21 Ways to Build a More Robust Catholic Identity - Joe Paprocki
(Marriott) Marquis North
1-14 Setting Hearts Afire: Music and Drama in Scripture and Liturgy
- Michael Mangan & Anne Frawley-Mangan
(Convention) 202
1-15 The Burning Bush: A Model for Ministry? - Mike Patin
(Convention) 303
1-16 Were You There? Walking the Road to Calvary with Jesus
- Rev. R. Tony Ricard
(Marriott) Marquis Ctr. South
1-17 Fear and Her Many Children: As Dampening Our Hope and
Our Fire - Rev. Ronald Rolheiser
(Convention) Arena
1-18 Everything is Sacred: An Introduction to the Sacrament of Baptism
- Fr. Thomas Scirghi
(Convention) 205
1-19 Singing Daniel: Biblical Interpretation in the African-American
“Spirituals” - Dr. Daniel Smith-Christopher
(Convention) 206
1-20 Holistic Chastity Education: Not Just “The Talk” - Pam Stenzel
(Convention) 204
1-21 A Long Look at the Lectionary for Mass - Rev. Paul Turner
(Sheraton) Park Ballroom
1-22 HIV/AIDS: A Continuing Challenge to the Church and the World
- Msgr. Robert Vitillo
(Convention) 201 D
1-23 We Shall Praise Your Name - Christopher Walker
(Convention) 210 ABC
1-24 Parenting: Are We Having Fun Yet?! - Char Wenc
(Convention) 212
1-25 Growing a Healthy Parish - Fr. Michael White & Tom Corcoran
(Convention) 207 ABC
1-26 Sharing the Old, Old Story: Storytelling in the African-American
Community - Dr. Vanessa White
(Convention) 207 D
1-27 Solace: The Art of Asking the Beautiful Question - David Whyte
—
(Hilton) California AB
1-28 Just Start Where You Are: Turning the NEXT Corner in Your
Spiritual Life - Dr. Robert Wicks
—
(Hilton) California D
1-70 Vietnamese Workshop (“My lips shall speak your praise”: The Role
of the Psalms in the Liturgy) - Fr. Thinh Duc Pham
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Friday, March 14, 2014 • 1:00 - 2:30 pm
WORKSHOP
2-01 Messengers of Hope: Expanding the Vision of Ministry for the
21st Century - Tony Alonso & Marty Haugen
AUDIO LOCATION
— (Convention) Ballroom C
(Hilton) Laguna
2-03 Walking Together as One Family of Hope
- Thomas Awiapo & ValLimar Jansen
(Convention) 303
2-04 Songs of Hope and Celebration for Children - John Burland
(Marriott) Orange County
2-05 Making the Connection with Parents while Preparing Youth for
Confirmation - Tom East
(Convention) 208
2-06 Who’s Sorry Now? The Challenge of Forgiveness
- Sr. Fran Ferder & Fr. John Heagle
(Convention) 204
2-07 Where is God in All This? - Amy Florian
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Schedule
2-02 Developing a Children’s Liturgical Dance Ministry - Donna Anderle
(Convention) 201 ABC
2-08 Divinization: The invitation of the Eucharist to Communion of Life
and Love with God - Fr. Richard Fragomeni
(Sheraton) Park Ballroom
2-09 Getting Teens to “LOL” – Love Our Liturgy - Fr. Rob Galea
(Convention) Ballroom DE
2-10 RCIA: Discerning Conversion - Dr. Jerry Galipeau
(Convention) 207 ABC
2-11 Catholic Spiritual Practices: A Treasury Old and New
- Dr. Thomas Groome & Dr. Colleen Griffith
(Clarion) Orangewood
2-12 Today’s Domestic Church: Driving the New Evangelization
- Lisa Hendey & Sarah Reinhard
(Convention) 212
2-13 Immigration: A Moral, Ethical Issue - Bishop Gerald Kicanas
(Convention) 210 ABC
2-14 Living with the Lord’s Prayer - Dr. Josephine Lombardi
(Sheraton) Palm Ballroom
2-15 Teaching Kids to Pray – Praying in Color - Sybil MacBeth
(Marriott) Marquis North
2-16 Why Catholics Shouldn’t Be Fundamentalists - Fr. J. Patrick Mullen
(Hilton) California D
2-17 Hope and Fire: Catechetical Insights on the Holy Spirit
- Dr. Hosffman Ospino
(Convention) 205
2-18 Rekindling the Flame - Sr. Carol Quinlivan
(Convention) 201 D
2-19 That’s a Good Story! Using Narrative to Teach About Morality
- Dr. Richard Rymarz
(Convention) 202
2-20 Bringing the Death Penalty Up Close - Dale & Susan Recinella
(Convention) 213
2-21 Fuel for the Fire: How to Keep from Burning Out, Burning Over or
Being Burned - Christine & Michael Skinner
(Marriott) Elite
2-22 Developing the Parish as a Community of Service: A Parish Filled
with Life and Hope - Bro. Loughlan Sofield
(Convention) 203
2-23 Announcers of a New Pentecost - Sr. Maureen Sullivan
(Convention) 210 D
2-24 Revolutionary Hope - Jim Wallis
(Convention) Arena
2-25 Islam and the Arab Spring: Democracy and Revolution and War
- Jihad Turk
(Convention) 206
2-26 The Brain and God: Are We “Wired” for Spirituality?
- Jean Marie Weber
(Convention) 211
2-27 The Pilgrim Way: Setting Direction for a Future Life - David Whyte
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(Hilton) California C
2-28 Reinvigorating Catholic Identity in a Digital Civilization
- Sr. Angela Zukowski
(Convention) 207 D
2-70 Vietnamese Workshop (The New Evangelization: Our Identity,
Our Mission) - Fr. Bao Nguyen
(Convention) 209
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PERIOD 3
3:00 - 4:30 pm • Friday, March 14, 2014
WORKSHOP
3-01 Confirming Adult Catholics - Mary Birmingham
AUDIO LOCATION
(Convention) 207 D
3-02 “In Joyful Hope” – Songs of Joy and Hope for Our Children
- Andrew Chinn
(Marriott) Elite
3-03 The Heart of It All: Keys to Awesome Adolescent Ministry!
- Steven Ellair
(Convention) 206
3-04 Illuminating Church Teachings on Homosexuality
- Arthur Fitzmaurice & Fr. Chris Ponnet
(Marriott) Marquis North
3-05 Cry Out with Joy: Celebrating the Liturgy of the Word in Song
- David Haas
—
(Convention) 303
3-06 The Bible is a Dangerous Book: The Radical and Inclusive
Kingdom of Jesus - Darrell Hall
(Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
3-07 Dying Young: Why the Young Church Is Falling Away and
What We Can Do About It - Mark Hart
(Convention) Arena
3-08 Five Things Every Kid Needs To Know … However Old We Are!
- Fr. Joe Kempf
(Hilton) California C
3-09 Do You See What I See? A Catechist’s Perspective
- Nancy Bird (originally with Dr. Saundra Kennedy)
(Convention) 201 D
3-10 Discovering the Assembly’s Voice: Sacred Music in the Liturgy
- Peter Kolar
—
(Convention) Ballroom C
3-11 Hearts Burning, or Heartburn? - Fr. David Loftus
(Convention) 208
3-12 Music and Multicultural Ministry - Jesse Manibusan
(Convention) 201 ABC
3-13 Praying with Scripture - Rev. James Martin
(Marriott) Marquis Ctr. South
3-14 The Social Teaching of Pope Francis - Fr. Bryan Massingale
(Hilton) California D
3-15 How to Talk with Young People About God! - Robert McCarty
(Clarion) Orangewood
3-16 Wear Hope Like a Second Skin! - Dr. Megan McKenna
(Convention) 203
3-17 The Church, Pope Francis and You: Where Are We Going?
- Fr. Jonathan Morris
(Convention) 207 ABC
3-18 The Seven Habits of Highly Evangelistic Catholics
- Hector Molina Jr.
—
(Hilton) Huntington
3-19 P.A.R.T.Y. (Parents and Administration Remembering The Youth)
- Anthony Preston
(Convention) 210 ABC
3-20 Does the Word of God Really Have Authority in the Church?
- Fr. Timothy Radcliffe
(Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
3-21 Culture, Justice and Caritas: The Vision of Popes Benedict and
Francis - Dr. Jonathan Reyes
(Convention) 211
3-22 Families ARE the Future of the Church! - John Roberto
(Convention) 205
3-23 Crucifixion: How a Terrible Form of Capital Punishment Became
a Symbol of Abundant Life - Fr. Donald Senior
(Sheraton) Park Ballroom
3-24 Pope Francis: How Do We Become the “Church of the Poor”?
- Bishop Sylvester Ryan¸ Msgr. Timothy Dyer & Joyce Francois
(Marriott) Orange County
3-25 Intellectual Preparation for the New Evangelization: Four Critical
Challenges from Contemporary Culture - Rev. Robert Spitzer
(Convention) 204
3-26 Confirmation in a New Translation - Rev. Paul Turner
(Sheraton) Palm Ballroom
3-27 The Common Good and an Un-common Hope - Jim Wallis
(Convention) Ballroom AB
3-70 Vietnamese Workshop (Teaching Mission and Evangelization
Methods for Today’s Young People) - Bro. Fortunat Phong
(Convention) 209
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SATURDAY EVENTS
Schedule
SATURDAY @ CONGRESS
Saturday, March 15, 2014
Stations of the Cross at Sacred Space
EUCHARISTIC LITURGIES & PRAYER SERVICES
Eucharistic Liturgies
All liturgies begin at 5:15 pm
Character
S1 Black Culture
Location
Convention Ballrooms
Presider
Rev. Gregory Chisholm
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
Hilton California Ballroom
Marriott Grand Ballroom
Convention Hall B
Convention Arena
Marriott Marquis Ballroom
Rev. Jack Stoeger
Bishop Gerald Dino
Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez
Rev. Henry Sands
Rev. Greg Boyle
Contemplative
Divine Byzantine
Mayan
Native American
Young Adult
Music
Los Angeles Archdiocesan Choir /
Eddie Hilley / John Allen
Tony Alonso / Trevor Thomson
Byzantine Community
Anna Betancourt / Rafael Moreno
Donna Peña
Jesse Manibusan
Saturday Prayer Services
Morning Praise begins our day. This year we are offering a prayerful, musical mediation on the Way of the Cross (an
abbreviated Stations of the Cross). Our day ends with the simple chant song of Taizé prayer.
Character
P3 Morning Praise
Location
7:50 am Convention Arena
P4 Evening Prayer 5:15 pm Convention 303 (3rd floor)
P5 Taize Prayer
9 pm
Convention 303 (3rd floor)
Presider
Julianne Stanz
Diana Macalintal
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Donna Peña / Pedro Rubalcava /
John Angotti
Jeanne Cotter / Gary Daigle
David Anderson
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SATURDAY EVENTS
SATURDAY SCHEDULE
7:30 am - 3:00 pm
On-site registration
(Prefunction area)
7:50 am
Morning Praise (Arena)
8:30 am
Keynote: Rev. Robert Barron
(Arena)
10:00 - 11:30 am
Period 4 Workshops
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
LUNCH
11:45 am - 12:30 pm
Music (Arena)
– John Burland, Andrew Chinn
& Michael Mangan
Music (Hall B)
– ValLimar Jansen
& Curtis Stephan
1:00 - 2:30 pm
Period 5 Workshops
3:00 - 4:30 pm
Period 6 Workshops
5:15 pm
Eucharistic Liturgies
& Prayer Service
8:00 pm
Concert (Arena)
– Ceili Rain
8:30 pm
Sacred Illuminations 2014
(Convention 213)
9:00 pm
Taizé prayer
(Convention 303)
9:00 pm - midnight
Young Adult Dance
(Marriott Marquis)
Registration Hours
7:30 am - 3:00 pm
(Prefunction Lobby)
Exhibit Hall Hours
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
(Hall A)
Sacred Space
10:00 am - 9:00 pm
(Convention 304)
RECONCILIATION HOURS
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
& 2:30 - 3:30 pm
Speaker Book Signings
11:30 am - 5:00 pm
(Southeast side, Hall A)
Massage
(Prefunction Lobby Hall A)
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SATURDAY MORNING PRAISE
Arena – 7:50 am
We welcome a new day and sing out in a chorus of praise and worship to the God
of Hope who stirs up the flame burning in the hearts of all of us gathered today.
Donna Peña, Pedro Rubalcava and John Angotti will lead this spirit-filled and
uplifting celebration. Our presider will be Julianne Donlon-Stanz. Together, we
will celebrate and pour out the fire of God’s love into our world.
SATURDAY KEYNOTE
VERY REV. ROBERT BARRON, MA, STD
Arena – 8:30 am
“Hope to Set the World Afire”
Let us explore the essential recommendations for the successful proclamation of Jesus Christ in today’s culture. This calls for a “willingness
Barron
to tell the great story,” lead with the beautiful, preach with ardor, and
employ the new media. The presentation will renew our spirits and send us to
engage in the trasnsformation of our world.
SATURDAY LUNCHTIME ENTERTAINMENT
Arena – 11:45 am - 12:30 pm
JOHN BURLAND, ANDREW CHINN &
MICHAEL MANGAN
“Songs of Hope, Songs of Joy”
All the way from Down Under! Join these three
Burland
Chinn
Mangan
inspirational Australians on an intergenerational
musical journey of faith, hope and joy. Come and immerse your spirit in a vibrant
and uplifting celebration, sure to set hearts afire!
VALLIMAR JANSEN & CURTIS STEPHAN
Hall B – 11:45 am - 12:30 pm
Come! Join ValLimar Jansen, Curtis Stephan and their
friends for unforgettable lunchtime entertainment. Curtis
has immense talent and experience, beginning with the
prestige of playing trumpet in the University of North Texas’
world-renowned “One O’Clock” band (Google it). Over the
Stephan
years, we have grown to know ValLimar’s musical prowess, Jansen
beginning with her serving as cantor for the first Jazz Mass at the L.A. Religious
Education Congress 20 years ago! You are guaranteed a great time!”
SATURDAY EVENING CONCERT
Arena – 8:00 pm
CEILI RAIN
Just the heavenly party you are looking for on Saturday night! Ceili Rain’s upbeat Celtic pop-rock music
makes dancers of us all in the Arena! Featuring
songs from their new “Hymns & Hers” CD, along
Ceili Rain
with your old favorites, the Ceili tunes allow no
heart to be left unmoved, no feet to stand still! Winners of 12 Unity Awards, and
back at Congress by popular demand!
SACRED ILLUMINATIONS 2014
Convention 213 – 8:30 pm
Sacred Illuminations: A mystical choreography of light and sound – incorporating her newest liturgical and fine art photography and reflections, Sr. Rose Marie
Tulacz, SND, will lead us on a journey into the urgency of God’s longing for us.
2014 Religious Education Congress
Saturday, March 15, 2014
SATURDAY EVENTS
YOUNG ADULT EUCHARISTIC LITURGY
Marriott Marquis Ballroom – 5:15 pm
Rev. Gregory Boyle will preside at our Young Adult Liturgy with music led by Jesse
Manibusan! Come and worship with other young adults from around the world at this
celebration that highlights the gifts of young adults.
YOUNG ADULT DANCE
MULTICULTURAL EXHIBIT
Convention Center, 2nd floor, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Presented by the many ethnic groups in the
Los Angeles Archdiocese, the exhibits are
a collaborative work of the Archdiocesan
Offices of Religious Education and Ethnic
Ministry.
Schedule
Marriott Marquis Ballroom – 9:00 pm - 12 midnight
This annual Congress tradition is a chance to meet new friends and reconnect with old.
After a full day of workshops, networking and celebrating liturgy, our DJ will mix the
beats to keep the party going into the night! All young adults 18 to 39 are welcome. ID
required for admission. Cost: $7 per person.
ASIAN PACIFIC EVENTS
VIETNAMESE-LANGUAGE WORKSHOPS
4-70* Fr. Thinh Duc Pham (Convention 209)
5-70* Bishop Joseph Nguyen Tuoc (Conv. 209)
6-70* Bro. Fortunat Phong (Convention 209)
SPEAKER BOOK SIGNINGS IN HALL A
SACRED SPACE
Convention 304, 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Reconcilation Hours: 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
& 2:30 - 3:30 pm
Take a respite from the day’s events and enter
a space dedicated to facilitating a sense of
spiritual rejuvenation. Spend time at the Stations of the
Cross or at the labyrinth, and partake in the Sacrament of
Reconciliation or the meditative music and art. (We are
grateful to the priests who make this sacrament available
to our Congress attendees.)
ART EXHIBIT
Grand Arena Lobby
Karen Schmidt creates sculptures that convey
spiritual truth through symbol, gesture and
form. Her liturgical sculptures speak on many
levels and draw the viewer into contemplation. Her work is installed across America, and her studio in
Anaheim, Calif., serves as a center to connect and support
local artists.
UNWIND DURING CONGRESS
Hall A Prefunction Area – 10 am - 4:30 pm
Renew your spirit and take a break from the
bustle of Congress with a chair massage that
relieves tension and relaxes the mind. Visit
our Chair Massage area in the Prefunction
Area of Hall A. The cost is $1 per minute.
AND DON’T MISS...
TECH CENTER (HALL A) – Exhibitors demonstrating
throughout the day, check page 11 for daily schedule.
A.A. MEETING – Lunchtime meeting at the Marriott
Authors and performing artists have scheduled times to
sign their books and CDs at the Signing Area. The tables
are located in the southeast area of Hall A. Check the
posted schedule for any updates to appearance times and
table numbers.
FOLLOWING KEYNOTE (about 9:30 am)
AUTHOR
PUBLISHER
Fr. Robert Barron
Paulist Press/Image Books
TABLE
F
FOLLOWING PERIOD 4 (about 11:30 am)
Author
Publisher
Fr. Jonathan Morris
HarperOne
Fr. Michael White
Ave Maria Press
Tom Corcoran
Ave Maria Press
Dr. Robert Wicks
Ave Maria Press
Timothy Matovina
Liguori Publications
Hosffman Ospino
Liguori Publications
Wil Hernandez
Paulist Press
Megan McKenna
Megan McKenna
Table
B
C
D
E
G
H
I
J
FOLLOWING PERIOD 5 (about 2:30 pm)
Author
Publisher
Fr. Louis Cameli
Ave Maria Press
John Allen
Paulist Press/Image Books
Ronald Rolhesier
Paulist Press/Image Books
Greg Wasinski
Let Me Be…Ministries
Table
C
D
E
I
FOLLOWING PERIOD 6 (about 4:30 pm)
Author
Publisher
Fr. Richard Leonard
Paulist Press
Char Wenc
Paulist Press
Sybil Macbeth
Paraclete Press
Fr. Thomas Scirghi
Paraclete Press
Table
C
E
G
H
Hotel’s San Diego room.
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PERIOD 4
10:00 - 11:30 am • Saturday, March 15, 2014
WORKSHOP
AUDIO
4-01 Ministers of Hope as Prophets and Mystics - Msgr. Arturo Bañuelas
4-02 Dancing with Hildegard / Dancing with Hope
- Betsey Beckman & Laura Ash
4-03 Can the Natural World Afford a “Just War”? - Sr. Dianne Bergant
4-04 Egypt Behind … Gladness to Find - Dr. Michael Downey
4-05 Disciple Building Youth Ministry that is BUILT TO LAST
- Tom East
4-06 Prayer Afire: Enlivening Prayer Experiences for Children
- Steven Ellair
4-07 Be Dazzled by the Light of Faith: A Practical Look at the Encyclical
of Pope Francis - Fr. Richard Fragomeni
4-08 Will There Be Faith? - Dr. Thomas Groome
4-09 Say What?!? Getting the Church More Engaged at Your Parish
- Mark Hart
4-10 Reconciliation: The Forgotten Sacrament - Rev. James Heft
4-11 Henri Nouwen: A Life of Hope Amidst Tension - Wil Hernandez
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4-12 Scandalous Love: You Can’t Get Away From a Love That Won’t
Let You Go - Rev. Terry Hershey
4-13 Creating a Culture of Holiness in Your Parish - Bill Huebsch
4-14 Mothers, Mystics, Martyrs and Models of Faith
- Sarah Hart & ValLimar Jansen
4-15 Simplicity: A Freedom, a Challenge and a Mandate for Human
Survival - Jack Jezreel
4-16 What I Heard in the Confessional - Fr. Joe Kempf
4-17 “Post-sacrament” Evangelization - Cardinal Roger Mahony
4-18 How Religion Both Makes and Unmakes Racial Prejudice and Fear
- Fr. Bryan Massingale
4-19 The Peaceful Soul: Making the Serenity Prayer a Way of Life
- Fr. Jonathan Morris
4-20 Native American Spirituality, Tradition and Storytelling
- Georgiana Valoyce Sanchez, Luella Wagner, Clementine Bordeaux
& David Valenzuela
4-21 In Vitro Fertilization and Assisted Reproductive Technologies
—
- Fr. Tadeusz Pacholczyk
4-22 The “Question Behind the Question”: What Youth and Young Adults
Really Want to Know and How to Address Their Fears, Hopes
and Concerns - Roy Petitfils
4-23 Evangelization and Justice in the Church’s Mission
- Dr. Jonathan Reyes
4-24 If Loving You is Wrong, I Don’t Want to be Right! Exploring
God’s Unconditional Love - Rev. R. Tony Ricard
4-25 The New Evangelization: Called to Be Holy - Bishop David Ricken
4-26 Avoiding the “Stale Air”: A Biblical Reflection on the Mission of
Jesus and the Essential Outreach of the Church - Fr. Donald Senior
4-27 Ecclesia: The Church as a Movement
- Fr. Michael White & Tom Corcoran
4-28 Riding the Dragon: Strengthening Your Inner Life in Challenging
—
Times - Dr. Robert Wicks
4-70 Vietnamese Workshop (Liturgy and Lay Ministries)
- Fr. Thinh Duc Pham
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LOCATION
(Convention) 210 D
(Hilton) Laguna
(Convention) 207 D
(Convention) 201 D
(Sheraton) Park Ballroom
(Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
(Convention) 207 ABC
(Marriott) Orange County
(Convention) Ballroom DE
(Sheraton) Palm Ballroom
(Convention) 208
(Marriott) Marquis Ctr. South
(Convention) 202
(Convention) 303
(Marriott) Elite
(Hilton) California C
(Convention) Ballroom AB
(Marriott) Marquis North
(Convention) 210 ABC
(Hilton) California D
(Convention) 211
(Convention) 204
(Convention) 205
(Convention) Arena
(Hilton) Huntington
(Clarion) Orangewood
(Convention) 201
(Hilton) California AB
(Convention) 209
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PERIOD 5
Saturday, March 15, 2014 • 1:00 - 2:30 pm
WORKSHOP
5-01 All Things Catholic: What’s Hot and What’s Not in the Global
Church - John Allen Jr.
AUDIO LOCATION
(Convention) Ballroom AB
(Hilton) Laguna
5-03 Human Trafficking: Going Under the Belly of the Beast
- Patrick Atkinson
(Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
5-04 Missio Dei: Transfiguration of All Creation - Sr. Dianne Bergant
(Convention) 206
5-05 Standing with Those Who “Live Outside the Camp”
- Rev. Gregory Boyle
(Marriott) Marquis Ctr. South
5-06 Communio - Bill Huebsch (originally with Fr. Pat Brennan)
(Marriott) Elite
5-07 Get Them to Church: Ways to Bring Catholics to Sunday Mass,
Every Sunday - Fr. Louis Cameli
(Sheraton) Park Ballroom
5-08 Secular Sanctity - Fr. Donald Cozzens
—
(Convention) 207 ABC
5-09 The Pastor Has All the Power – However…Without the Laity and
Lay Leadership, There is Little Power to Exercise! - Rev. John Cusick
(Hilton) California D
5-10 Parishes Working Together: New Hope for the New Evangelization
- Msgr. Ray East
(Convention) 208
5-11 The Passion Calls Us to be Peacemakers
- Fr. Gary Donegan & Brian McKee
(Convention) 202
5-12 Gay Catholic? Identifying as Catholic Before Gay
- Arthur Fitzmaurice
(Hilton) California AB
5-13 A Church Afire with Hope - Fr. William Headley
(Convention) 210 D
5-14 Enriching Sunday Mass with a Hymn of the Day
- Fr. Michael Joncas
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(Convention) Ballroom C
5-15 Hi God: Evangelizing Children Through Music, Gesture and Song
- Carey Landry & Carol Kinghorn
—
(Marriott) Orange County
5-16 Pilgrim: Seeking the Way - Liam Lawton, Tony Alonso &
Chris de Silva
—
(Convention) Arena
5-17 Medical and Moral Decision-making in End-of-Life Situations
- Fr. Tadeusz Pacholczyk
—
(Sheraton) Palm Ballroom
5-18 Collaboration or Competition: Mass and Sports vs. Mass or Sports
- Robert McCarty & Vikki Shepp
(Convention) 201 ABC
5-19 Being Christ’s Body - Fr. Timothy Radcliffe
(Marriott) Marquis North
5-20 Attuning Ourselves to the Fire, the Heartbeat of Christ: Exploring
a Rich Mystical Image - Rev. Ronald Rolheiser
(Convention) Ballroom DE
5-21 Saved by Beauty: The Healing Power of Art and Music
- Bro. Michael O’Neill McGrath & John Angotti
(Convention) 303
5-22 Growing Up Catholic: Character and Faith (Young Adolescent
Ministry) - Sr. Kieran Sawyer
(Convention) 203
5-23 Young Adult Ministry: 10 Ways to Engage, Empower and Ignite
the Faith of Young Adults - Julianne Stanz
(Convention) 213
5-24 “I Will Prove My Holiness Through You...” (Ez. 36:23-26)
- Sr. Maureen Sullivan
(Convention) 211
5-25 American Islam - Jihad Turk
(Convention) 205
5-26 Developing the Gift of Faith - Jean Marie Weber
(Convention) 201
5-27 Sacramental Imagination and Faith Formation - Sr. Angela Zukowski
(Convention) 207 D
5-70 Vietnamese Workshop (One Can’t Really Hope Without Faith)
- Bishop Joseph Nguyen Tuoc
(Convention) 209
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Schedule
5-02 Liturgical Movement for Adults - Donna Anderle
PERIOD 6
3:00 - 4:30 pm • Saturday, March 15, 2014
WORKSHOP
6-01 Imagining God in a Scientific Age - Dr. Richard Gaillardetz
AUDIO LOCATION
(Convention) 204
6-02 Answer the Call: Ritual Creating Discipleship - Tom Kendzia
(Convention) Ballroom C
6-03 “Spiritual But Not Religious” Adults and Young Adults Belong
Here - Douglas Leal
(Convention) 213
6-04 Holding to Belief in an Unbelieving World - Fr. Richard Leonard
—
(Convention) Arena
6-05 Praying in Color - Sybil MacBeth
(Clarion) Orangewood
6-06 1, 2, 3 … God Loves Me! Singing and Celebrating with Children
- Michael Mangan
(Convention) 202
6-07 The Paschal Mystery in Daily Life - Dr. Timothy Matovina
(Convention) 203
6-08 Three Jewish Spiritual Heroes: Moses, David, Jesus
- Rabbi Michael Mayersohn
(Marriott) Marquis Ctr. South
6-09 Are You Certifiable? Exploring National Lay Ecclesial Ministry
Certification: The Opportunities & Challenges - Charlotte McCorquodale
(Convention) 201 D
6-10 Inspiring Youth to Mission and Solidarity - Ted Miles, Joyce Francois
& Juan Carlos Montenegro
(Marriott) Orange County
6-11 What is Hope But Courage Willed and Shared! - Dr. Megan McKenna
(Convention) 212
6-12 “For You Were Once Aliens!” (Ex. 22:20): The Bible on Immigrants
- Fr. J. Patrick Mullen
(Hilton) California D
6-13 Hold Each Other – For God’s Sake: An Affirmation of the Gift of
Sexuality - Dr. Terry Nelson-Johnson
(Convention) 205
6-14 T.H.I.N.K.: Five Ways to Deal with the Media in Your (Child’s)
Life - Sr. Rose Pacatte
(Convention) 211
6-15 Catholic Teaching and the Realities of the American Death Penalty
- Dale & Susan Recinella
(Convention) 303
6-16 Pope Francis: What Does He Mean for the Church? - Thomas Reese
—
(Convention) Ballroom AB
6-17 Signs of God’s Grace: The Sacraments - Fr. Thomas Scirghi
(Marriott) Marquis North
6-18 The Pastoral Council: Building a Living, Hope-filled Community,
Not a Corporate Body of Management - Bro. Loughlan Sofield
(Convention) 208
6-19 Happiness, Suffering and the Love of God: Why Would an
All-loving God Allow Suffering? - Rev. Robert Spitzer
(Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
6-20 The ABCs of Faith Formation with Youth - Michael Theisen
(Sheraton) Park Ballroom
6-21 Sacraments for Older Children: Practical Ideas to Address the Need
- Victor Valenzuela
(Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
6-22 HIV Prevention Based on the Dignity of the Human Person:
Effective and Faithful Responses - Msgr. Robert Vitillo
(Convention) 207 D
6-23 Setting Your Choir on Fire! - Christopher Walker
(Convention) 210 ABC
6-24 Parenting Teens and Surviving With Grace! - Char Wenc
(Convention) 207 ABC
6-25 Fanning a Small Flame into a Mighty Fire - David Wells
(Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
6-26 Enkindle the Light of Hope Through Dance - John West
(Hilton) Laguna
6-27 Attention, Please! Using the Divine Pedagogy to Help Children
Focus and Engage in Their Faith - Dr. Joseph White
(Marriott) Elite
6-70 Vietnamese Workshop (Teaching Young People the Burning
Question Concerning Moral Life: “Bioethics”) - Bro. Fortunat Phong
(Convention) 209
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SUNDAY EVENTS
Schedule
SUNDAY @ CONGRESS
Sunday, March 16, 2014
SPEAKER BOOK SIGNINGS
Closing Liturgy 2013
ASIAN PACIFIC EVENTS
VIETNAMESE-LANGUAGE WORKSHOPS
7-70* Bishop Joseph Nguyen Tuoc
FOLLOWING PERIOD 7 (about 11:30 am)
Author
Publisher
Fr. Louis Cameli
Ave Maria Press
Lisa Hendey
Ave Maria Press
Sarah Reinhard
Ave Maria Press
Fr. James Martin
HarperOne
Pam Stenzel
Paulist Press
Josephine Lombardi
Twenty-Third Publications
Greg Wasinski
Let Me Be…Ministries
Joe Paprocki
Loyola Press
Table
B
C
D
E
G
H
I
J
FOLLOWING PERIOD 8 (about 2:30 pm)
Author
Publisher
Fr. Richard Leonard
Paulist Press
Table
C
EUCHARISTIC LITURGIES
NOTE: There will be an RCIA dismissal during both Sunday Eucharistic Liturgies. All Elect, catechumens and candidates present are invited to participate. Reserved Arena seating will be provided.
Character
A1 Morning Liturgy 8:00 am
A2 Closing Liturgy 3:30 pm
Location
Convention Center Arena
Convention Center Arena
Presider
Bishop Kevin Vann
Archbishop José Gomez
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Music
Congress Choir 2014
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SUNDAY EVENTS
SUNDAY SCHEDULE
8:00 - 11:00 am
On-site registration
(Prefunction area)
8:00 - 9:30 am
Eucharistic Liturgy
(Arena)
8:30 am
Morning Addresses
English: Dr. Carolyn Woo
(Convention Ballroom AB)
Spanish: Msgr. Eduardo Chávez
(Hall B)
MORNING LITURGY
Arena – 8:00 am
BISHOP KEVIN VANN, PRESIDER
We gather as a community of faith to give thanks and praise. Our morning Liturgy will be celebrated by Bishop Kevin Vann of the Diocese
of Orange, Calif. Nourished by Word and sacrament, we go out with Vann
fire in our hearts to set the world ablaze with the Good News of the Gospel story
and tradition.
SUNDAY ENGLISH ADDRESS
Convention Ballroom AB – 8:30 am
DR. CAROLYN WOO
10:00 - 11:30 am
Period 7 Workshops
“Leadership for Transformation: Ministry Afire for the
Common Good with Uncommon Excellence!”
Woo
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
LUNCH
11:45 am - 12:30 pm
Music (Arena)
– Donna Peña, Meredith
Augustin & Anna Betancourt
Music (Hall B)
– Estela García-López,
Rudy López & Pedro Rubalcava
1:00 - 2:30 pm
Period 8 Workshops
3:30 pm
Closing Eucharistic
Liturgy (Arena)
Registration Hours
8:00 - 11:00 am
(Prefunction area)
Exhibit Hall Hours
8:00 am - 3:00 pm
(Hall A)
Multicultural Exhibit
9:00 am - 2:30 pm
(Convention 2nd floor)
Join Dr. Carolyn Woo, President and Chief Executive Officer of Catholic Relief
Services (CRS), as she inspires leadership for transformation of our world. Enjoy
music by OCP artists touched by their journey to Ghana, Africa. Enter into the
story of Dr. Woo’s journey from her birth place in Hong Kong, her immigration
to the United States to attend Purdue University, as Dean of the Mendoza College
of Business at the University of Notre Dame, to her current position at CRS, our
U.S. Catholic community’s mission to serve millions of our brothers and sisters
around the world with compassion and excellence. Leave inspired with the tools
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CLOSING LITURGY
Massage
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A.A. Meeting
Noon - (Marriott San Diego)
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Rubalcava
“Live Your Faith!” / “¡Vive tu fe!”
Arena – 3:30 pm
ARCHBISHOP JOSÉ GOMEZ, PRESIDER
As Congress 2014 draws to a close, we gather to pray, to
celebrate and go forth to make a difference in our families,
Gomez
our communities of faith and our world. We witness to our
new life in Christ and place our lives and ministry at the service of
God’s people. Our Closing Liturgy, led by Los Angeles Archbishop
José Gomez, features the 200-plus voice Congress Choir 2014, under
the direction of John Flaherty.
Flaherty
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PERIOD 7
Sunday, March 16, 2014 • 10:00 - 11:30 am
WORKSHOP
7-01 The Francis Revolution: The Papacy at the One-Year Mark
- John Allen Jr.
AUDIO LOCATION
(Convention) Arena
(Hilton) Laguna
7-03 Get Wet: 12 Ways to Reawaken and Celebrate Your Baptismal Call!
- Nancy Bird
(Marriott) Marquis North
7-04 Breathing Life into Our Faith: Catechesis and the RCIA
- Mary Birmingham
(Convention) 211
7-05 Enlivening Children’s Catechesis Through Song - John Burland
(Marriott) Orange County
7-06 Chasing the Devil Out of Your Parish: Recognizing and Resisting
Evil in Parish Life - Fr. Louis Cameli
(Convention) 207
7-07 The New Evangelization and Catechesis - Robert Feduccia
(Marriott) Elite
7-08 Play! Pray! Yay! Setting Little Hearts Afire Through Drama
- Anne Frawley-Mangan
(Convention) 213
7-09 Renewing Our Passion: The Church - Dr. Greer Gordon
(Sheraton) Park Ballroom
7-10 Do Not Be Afraid, I Am With You - David Haas
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Schedule
7-02 Liturgical Movement: Aflame with the Love of Life
- Betsey Beckman & Laura Ash
(Convention) 303
7-11 Set Afire: The Transforming Power of Sharing Tales About
Catholic Teaching and the Life and Work of Catholics That Inspire
- Deacon Ron Hansen & Deacon Joe Symkowick
(Convention) 206
7-12 Solving the Social Media Mystery: Tips, Tools and Techniques for
the New Evangelization - Lisa Hendey & Sarah Reinhard
(Convention) 212
7-13 Parables of Jesus in Matthew: Fiery Teachings! - Fr. Felix Just
(Hilton) California C
7-14 Motivator, Model, Minister…Catechist, Who Do You Say You Are?
- Joe Paprocki (originally with Dr. Saundra Kennedy)
(Convention) 208
7-15 The New Evangelization: Re-proposing Christ and the Best
Version of You - Dr. Josephine Lombardi
(Clarion) Orangewood
7-16 Prayer: Turning the Ordinary into Extraordinary Moments of Grace
- Diana Macalintal
(Convention) 210 ABC
7-17 Who is Jesus? - Rev. James Martin
(Marriott) Marquis Ctr. South
7-18 Ecumenism: What Is Its Future? - Bishop Malcolm McMahon
(Convention) 202
7-19 Good Church: A Treacherous Adventure - Dr. Terry Nelson-Johnson
(Sheraton) Palm Ballroom
7-20 Pope Francis: What He Means for the World? - Thomas Reese
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(Hilton) California D
7-21 Living the Mission of Jesus in Our World Today
- Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez-Maradiaga
(Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
7-22 Young World Changers – Stories from Middle-School Youth
Engaged in Service - Susan Searle
(Convention) 205
7-23 Girls Gone Right: Right Foundation, Right Character, Right
Relationships - Pam Stenzel
(Convention) 204
7-24 Early Childhood Catechesis: Why It’s Important and Six Steps for
Success - Dr. Joseph White
(Hilton) California AB
7-25 A Rich Garden: Intercultural Leadership and Ministry
- Dr. Vanessa White
(Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
7-70 Vietnamese Workshop (Christians: The Witness of Hope)
- Bishop Joseph Nguyen Tuoc
(Convention) 209
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PERIOD 8
1:00 - 2:30 pm • Sunday, March 16, 2014
WORKSHOP
8-01 Fiery Women! Stories of Hope - Sr. Kathy Bryant
AUDIO LOCATION
(Convention) 211
8-02 “Our Hearts Burn Within Us” – Songs of Scripture to Set
Children’s Hearts Afire - Andrew Chinn
(Marriott) Elite
8-03 Journey of the Heart – Turas an Chroi - Deirdre Ní Chinnéide
(Convention) 208
8-04 The Raging Flame of Missionary Hope: A Witness of “With-ness”
- Fr. Ken Deasy
(Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
8-05 Dealing with the Legacy of Past Conflict
- Fr. Gary Donegan & Brian McKee
(Convention) 201
8-06 Is Your Hidden Self Growing Strong? The Path Toward Deeper
Wholeness - Sr. Fran Ferder & Fr. John Heagle
(Hilton) California C
8-07 S.O.A.P.: The Importance of Spirituality in Healing Human
Trafficking Survivors - Theresa Flores
(Convention) 206
8-08 Living Water: Lessons from the Woman at the Well - Amy Florian
—
(Marriott) Marquis North
8-09 A Glimpse into the Heart of God: Seeing into the Darkness of
Suffering and Evil - Darrell Hall
(Clarion) Orangewood
8-10 Breaking of the Bread: How to Prepare a Successful First
Communion Retreat for Children - Rhea Hristou
(Marriott) Orange County
8-11 Preparing for the New Order of Celebrating Marriage
- Fr. Michael Joncas
—
(Convention) 303
(Convention) 212
8-12 What Children Give to Parents - Dr. Christopher Kaczor
8-13 Pastoral Care of the Sick and Dying - Carey Landry & Carol Kinghorn
—
(Hilton) California AB
8-14 Preaching and Teaching Mary: A Sane Approach to Mariology
- Fr. Richard Leonard
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(Convention) Ballroom AB
8-15 “Wake Me Up When It Matters”: The Real Matters of Faith and
How You Can Effectively Call Young People to Passionate
Discipleship - Roy Petitfils
8-16 Let’s Sing our Faith at Weddings, Funerals and Quinceañeras
- Estela García-López & Pedro Rubalcava
(Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
—
(Convention) 210 ABC
8-17 I Can’t Tell ’em That! Use of Direct Instruction in Religious
Education - Dr. Richard Rymarz
(Convention) 207 D
8-18 Theology of the Body and Chastity Education - Sr. Kieran Sawyer
(Convention) 203
8-19 In the Real World, Reach Your Teens the Moment They Walk in
the Door! - Anna Scally
(Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
8-20 Raising the Roof: Making Room for all God’s Children
- Michael & Christine Skinner
(Convention) 205
8-21 Jesus the Prophet? Insights from Reading Jesus with the Old
Testament Prophets - Dr. Daniel Smith-Christopher
(Sheraton) Palm Ballroom
8-22 At the Heart of Adult Faith Formation: Discipleship and Hospitality
- Julianne Stanz
(Sheraton) Park Ballroom
8-23 For Your Eyes Only: The Top Secrets to Successful Event Planning
- Michael Theisen
(Convention) 213
8-24 Learn How to Use the RCIA to Train for Christian Life
- Nick Wagner
(Convention) 209
8-25 “Go, and Announce the Gospel of the Lord”: Set the World
Afire! - David Wells
(Convention) Arena
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BIENVENIDOS AL CONGRESO
BIENVENIDOS
2014 CONGRESO DE
EDUCACIÓN RELIGIOSA
DE LOS ÁNGELES
14-16 DE MARZO
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Estimados Hermanos y Hermanas en Cristo,
¡Bienvenidos al Congreso de Educación Religiosa 2014 de la Arquidiócesis de Los Ángeles!
El tema que nos une este año, “Esperanza que enciende al mundo,” es una hermosa invitación
a cada uno de nosotros. Cuanto más crezcamos en la virtud teologal de la esperanza, más
podremos encender al mundo, más podremos transformarlo en un lugar mejor, lleno de amor,
paz, justicia y respeto para todos.
Para poder hacer esto, es necesario que recordemos siempre a qué tipo de esperanza nos
referimos.
El Papa Francisco lo explicó muy bien:
“La esperanza no es optimismo. La esperanza es un don, es un regalo del Espíritu Santo.
San Pablo nos dice que la esperanza tiene un nombre. La esperanza es Jesús. Si no dices:
‘Tengo esperanza en Jesús, en Jesucristo, persona viva, que ahora viene en la Eucaristía,
que está presente con su Palabra,’ esa no es esperanza. Será buen humor, optimismo...
“Jesús, la esperanza, lo rehace todo: en mi vida, en tu vida, en nuestra vida. Rehacer. Y
esto que rehace Él es precisamente el motivo de nuestra esperanza. Cristo es el motivo de
nuestra esperanza. Y esta esperanza no decepciona porque Él es fiel. Esta es la virtud de
la esperanza.
“El Señor que es la esperanza de la gloria, que es el centro, que es la totalidad, nos ayude
en este camino: dar esperanza, tener pasión por la esperanza.”
Rezo para que estos días de formación, compartir, oración y adoración sean una excelente
oportunidad para que crezcamos en conocimiento y comprensión de nuestra fe Católica,
así como en amor y devoción al Señor Jesús, a quien servimos con nuestra vida, en nuestro
trabajo, nuestro ministerio, nuestra vida pública y familiar.
Que Dios los bendiga abundantemente durante este fin de semana y siempre.
Sinceramente en Cristo,
Mons. José H. Gomez
Arzobispo de Los Ángeles
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BIENVENIDOS
Español
Queridas amigas y amigos:
Siempre es de gran gozo extender una calurosa bienvenida a nuestro muy animado Congreso de
Educación Religiosa. Este increíble fin de semana ofrece un gran número de oportunidades para
recargar nuestras vidas, para llenarnos de recursos y para enriquecer nuestros ministerios.
El tema de este año, “Esperanza que Enciende al Mundo,” fluye de la historia de la transfiguración
proclamada durante el segundo Domingo de Cuaresma. Esta es la Esperanza enraizada en la
bondad que brilla radiantemente en el rostro de Jesús. Sabiendo que el fruto de la esperanza es la
valentía, nos comprometemos a encender el fuego de la esperanza y hacer arder al mundo con el
evangelio y con nuestro compromiso al ministerio catequético.
Como ustedes recordaran, se ha establecido la Fundación Monetaria de Educación Religiosa en
la Arquidiócesis de Los Angeles para la formación y educación de los Directores de Educación
Religiosa, Formadores de Adultos, de Jóvenes y Ministerios Juveniles. Actualmente este fondo
apoya a 18 estudiantes para obtener su Maestría en Educación Religiosa. Las donaciones dadas
en las distintas liturgias del sábado durante el Congreso del 2013 junto con sus donaciones de
inscripción llegaron a $43,154. Les agradezco su continua generosidad.
La variedad de talleres y charlas presentadas durante el fin de semana son valiosos recursos
de formación y enriquecimiento para ustedes y para sus comunidades de fe. La oportunidad
de escuchar y de renovarse por la sabiduría ofrecida por los conferencistas nacionales e
internacionales es un verdadero don y una bendición.
Seguramente que nuestros espíritus serán elevados por las celebraciones litúrgicas, el
entretenimiento y las experiencias multiculturales. En medio de tanta actividad también se ofrece la
oportunidad de pasar tiempo en oración en el “lugar sagrado” apto para la contemplación, caminar
el laberinto o hacer uso del sacramento de la reconciliación.
Gracias a todos por su liderazgo maravilloso y su fiel dedicación por compartir la Buena Nueva.
Espero acogerlos en este evento lleno de espíritu.
Atentamente,
Hermana Edith Prendergast, RSC
Directora de la Oficina de Educación Religiosa
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HORARIO
JUEVES, 13 DE MARZO
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
VIERNES, 14 DE MARZO
7:00 am - 3:00 pm
8:30 am - 9:30 pm
10:00 am - 11:30 am
10:15 am - 11:00 am
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
11:45 am - 12:30 pm
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5:15 pm
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SÁBADO, 15 DE MARZO
7:30 am - 3:00 pm
7:50 am
8:30 am
10:00 am - 11:30 am
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11:45 am - 12:30 pm
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
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5:15 pm
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8:30 pm
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DOMINGO, 16 DE MARZO
8:00 am - 11:00 am
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Recoger bolletos / guía del programa – (Area de prefunción)
Inscripción / recoger bolletos / guía del programa – (Area de prefunción)
Oración y Bienvenida – (Arena)
Primera Sesión de talleres
Arzobispo José Gomez Chat – (Tech Center, Sala A)
ALMUERZO
Música: The Jacob & Matthew Band – (Arena)
Música: Jesse Manibusan, Sarah Hart y Jackie Francois – (Sala B)
Segunda Sesión de talleres
Tercera Sesión de talleres
LITURGIAS EUCARÍSTICAS (vea diario programa)
Servicio de Oración – (303, tercer piso)
Concierto: “Unidos por la fe y el idioma” – (Arena)
Muestra de cine 2014 – (201, segundo piso)
Oración Celta – (303, tercer piso)
Inscripción – (Area de prefunción)
Alabanza matutina – (Arena)
Discurso: Rev. Robert Barron – (sin traducción, Arena)
Cuarta Sesión de talleres
ALMUERZO
Música: John Burland, Andrew Chinn y Michael Mangan – (Arena)
Música: ValLimar Jansen y Curtis Stephan – (Sala B)
Quinta Sesión de talleres
Sexta Sesión de talleres
LITURGIAS EUCARÍSTICAS (vea diario programa)
Servicio de Oración – (303, tercer piso)
Concierto: Ceili Rain – (Arena)
“Iluminaciones Sagradas” – (213, segundo piso)
Taizé – (303, tercer piso)
Baile de jóvenes – (Marriott Marquis)
Inscripción – (Area de prefunción)
LITURGIA EUCARÍSTICA – (Arena)
Asamblea General (Español): Mons. Eduardo Chávez – (Sala B)
Asamblea General (Inglés): Dra. Carolyn Woo – (Salón AB)
Séptima Sesión de talleres
ALMUERZO
Música: Donna Peña, Meredith Augustin y Anna Betancourt – (Arena)
Música: Estela García-López, Rudy López y Pedro Rubalcava – (Sala B)
Octava Sesión de talleres
LITURGIA EUCARÍSTICA DE CLAUSURA – (Arena)
HORARIO DE INSCRIPCIÓN:
Viernes
Sábado
Domingo
Lugar
7:00 am - 3:00 pm
7:30 am - 3:00 pm
8:00 am - 11:00 am
Area de prefunción
HORARIO DE EXHIBICIONES:
Viernes y Sábado
Domingo
Lugar
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Sala A (Hall A)
EXHIBICIÓN MULTICULTURAL:
Viernes y Sábado
Domingo
Lugar
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
9:00 am - 2:30 pm
Area de prefunción, segundo piso
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ESPACIO SAGRADO EN
CONVENCIONES 304 (3O PISO)
Viernes
Sábado
Domingo
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
10:00 am - 9:00 pm
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
• Laberinto
• Capilla
• Música en Vivo
• Obras de Arte
• Estaciones del vía crucis
• Sacramento de Reconciliación/Confesión
Viernes y Sábado:
11:30 am - 1:00 pm y 2:30 - 3:30 pm
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NOTA: Usted puede obtener el material
de algunos talleres en la Arena y en la Sala B
visitando nuestra página en el internet. Vea
una lista de estos materiales en linea a www.
RECongress.org/2014/updates.htm.
CHATEA CON EL ARZOBISPO >
Viernes, 10:15-11:00 am – Tech Center
Únete a nosotros en la mañana del viernes
para chatear con el arzobispo de Los
Ángeles, José Gomez, que iniciará su segunda sesión en-línea con estudiantes de
St. Columbkille Elementary School en Los
Angeles.
VIERNES CONCIERTO >
Viernes, 8:00-9:30 pm – Arena
< FESTIVAL DE CINE. 2014
Viernes, 8:00 pm – Convención 201
Este año, “Film Showcase 2014,” en colaboración con la Universidad Loyola Marymount, presenta extractos de un número
de largometrajes narrativos, cortometrajes,
documentales y películas basadas en la
doctrina social de la iglesia, la justicia, el
ministerio, espiritualidad y teología.
“Unidos por la fe y el idioma”
Únanse a Santiago Fernández y amigos en
un viaje musical por Latinoamérica para
celebrar la fe y la vida. Un noche de alegre
celebración al ritmo y sonido de la cultura
hispana. ¡Vengan listos para cantar y bailar
con la música y las voces angélicas de los
artistas latinos que ya conocen y a quienes
tanto quieren!
ILUMINACIONES SAGRADAS >
Sábado, 8:30 pm – Convención 213
Nuevamente regresa al Congreso 2014 “Sacred illuminations” por la Hna. Rose Marie
Tulacz, SND. Una coreografía mística de luz
y sonido que incorpora reflexiones por medio
de un arte fotográfico innovador; reflejando
una abundancia increíble de lo sagrado, la
quietud, lo divino y nuestra humanidad.
< SÁBADO CONCIERTO
Sábado, 8:00-9:30 pm – Arena
Ceili Rain
¡Sólo la parte celestial que busca el sábado
por la noche! ¡Optimista música pop-rock
celta de Ceili Rain hace bailarines de todos
nosotros en la arena! Con canciones de su
nuevo, “Hymns & Hers” CD, junto con sus
viejos favoritos, las canciones Ceili permitir
corazón para dejar impasible, sin pies para
estar quieto.
< ASEMBLEA: MONS. CHÁVEZ
Domingo, 8:30 am – Convención Sala B
“Santa María de Guadalupe –
Mujer de Esperanza!”
EXHIBICIÓN DE ARTE >
De viernes a domingo – Lobby de la Arena
Karen Schmidt crea esculturas que transmiten la verdad espiritual a través de los símbolos, los gestos y la forma. Su trabajo se ha
presentado en toda América, y su estudio en
Anaheim, California, sirve como un centro
para conectar y apoyar a los artistas locales.
Santa María de Guadalupe es una mujer de
adviento, de espera, de esperanza. Jesucristo,
es el centro de su mensaje y de su prodigiosa
imagen. Ella es una mujer embarazada, una
mujer que es el “Arca viviente de la Alianza.”
Ella es la verdadera estrella de la primera y
de la Nueva Evangelización.
< RECUERDOS DEL CONGRESO
De viernes a domingo - Sala A
Asegúrese de no perderse nuestras recuerdos del congresos – prendedores, lapiceras,
imanes y mucho más!
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PUNTOS CULMINANTES
EVENTOS
< TRANSMISIÓN EN VIVO
Viernes, 8:30-9:30 am – Convención Sala B
Ahora usted podrá ver la Ceremonia de Inauguración transmitida en directo en el Sala
B. Comparta la experiencia del congreso
con sus amigos – para ver el horario de los
eventos transmitidos en vivo visite: www.
RECongress.org/LIVE.
INFORMACIÓN GENERAL
ARTICULOS PERDIDOS
Si usted encontró o perdió algo, por favor diríjase al
pasillo de Convenciones AR 1.
AUDIO-GRABACIÓN
Muchas de las sesiones serán grabadas (indicado con
). Los CDs y MP3 estarán disel símbolos de (*) y
ponibles a la venta en el puesto de casetes del Centro
de Convenciones localizado al este del Sala A (Hall A).
CENTRO DE MENSAJES TELEFÓNICOS
El centro de mensajes, situado en el Sala A (Hall A),
puede recibir mensajes. Para dejar un mensaje, llamen
al (714) 765-8883 o (714) 765-8884.
Viernes:
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sábado:
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Domingo:
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
COMIDA / CONCESIONES
El Centro de Convenciones ofrece diariamente diferentes opciones de comida en el Sala A (Hall A).
Desayuno Continental:
8:00 am - 9:30 am
Almuerzo:
11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Carritos de concesiones: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
ESTACIONAMIENTO
El estacionamiento durante el día está disponible
en la estructura de estacionamiento del Centro de
Convenciones al precio de $12 por día sin privilegios
de entradas y salidas.
HORAS DE EXIBICIÓN
Las exhibiciones están localizadas en el Sala A (Hall
A). Ver páginas 95-100 con el listado de las exhibiciones. Las exhibiciones abrirán durante las siguientes
horas:
Viernes:
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sábado:
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Domingo:
8:00 am - 3:00 pm
INFORMACIÓN 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 Sala A (Hall A).
PRIMEROS AUXILIOS
Una estación de Primeros Auxilios para problemas de
salud rutinarios estará localizada en la galería afuera
del área del Sala A (Hall A).
RESERVACIONES DE RESTAURANTE
En además de nuestra lista en las páginas 78-79, en
la galería a fuera del área del Sala A puede encontrar
menus y a la vez hacer reservaciones:
Viernes y Sábado: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Domingo:
10:00 am - 3:30 pm
TELÉFONOS CELULARES
Como señal de respeto hacia los conferenciastas y
otros participantes, por favor apaguen sus teléfonos
durante las liturgias y talleres.
INFORMACIÓN SOBRE LOS TALLERES
GAFETES / BOLETOS
Los gafetes con sus nombres deberán ser portados
en todo momento. Los boletos son necesarios para
la admisión tanto en las sesiones generales como en
los talleres.
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.
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 consideren de vida o muerte, por favor llamen al
9-1-1.
TALLERES
Nadie podrá entrar a los talleres sin boleto. Puede usar
su boleto para asistir al taller de la Arena o la Sala
B. Por favor no olvide apagar su teléfono celular.
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.
NOTA
Al asistir a este evento, usted otorga su consentimiento para ser filmado, en video, en audio o para
ser fotografiado por cualquier medio y garantiza la
plena utilización de su imagen, voz y palabras sin
compensación.
FUMADORES
No se permite fumar en el centro de convenciones, hay
varios patios asignados dónde será permitido.
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TALLERES
Viernes, 14 de marzo, 2014
SESIÓN 1 – 10:00 - 11:30 am
AG LUGAR
1-51 Ministros de esperanza como profetas y místicos
– Mons. Arturo Bañuelas
(Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
1-52 Cómo hablar de la muerte y otros temas difíciles con los niños
– Luis Benavides
(Convention) Ballroom AB
1-53 Lumen Fidei: La fe que profesamos, celebramos, vivimos y oramos
– Prof. Alejandro Crosthwaite
(Hilton) California C
1-54 La luz de la teología feminista en la historia
– Olivia Cornejo (originalmente con Hna. Teresa Forcades i Vila)
—
(Marriott) Elite
1-55 Predicando la buena nueva de solidaridad global – P. David Garcia
(Convention) 210 D
1-56 ¿Qué quiere Dios de mí? – Hna. Glenda Hernandez
(Convention) Hall B
1-57 Homo Biblicus: La realidad humana en perspectiva bíblica
– Abundio Parra Sánchez
(Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
SESIÓN 2 – 1:00 - 2:30 pm
Español
= audio-grabación
AG LUGAR
2-51 Trata de personas: Pasando por debajo del vientre de la bestia
– Patrick Atkinson
(Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
2-52 Acercando a la primera generación de jóvenes/adolescentes a
Cristo – ¡Reto aceptado! – Juan Carlos Montenegro
(Convention) Ballroom AB
2-53 Dar razón de la esperanza – P. José Román Flecha
(Marriott) Marquis Ctr. South
2-54 Jesús nos sana: Taller de sanación por medio de la oración y el
canto – Rafael Moreno
—
(Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
2-55 Necesidad de inculturar el Evangelio y la Iglesia
– Clodomiro L. Siller Acuña
(Convention) Hall B
2-56 Los sacramentos con adolescentes: Ideas prácticas para implementar
– Victor Valenzuela
(Hilton) California AB
2-57 Bailando en el misterio de la Nueva Evangelización
– Lupita Vital Cruz
(Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
SESIÓN 3 – 3:00 - 4:30 pm
AG LUGAR
3-51 El ministerio de la reconciliación de Jesús
– Dr. Alejandro Aguilera-Titus
(Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
3-52 Como multiplicar la esperanza en nuestras familias
– Katherine Angulo
(Convention) 210 D
3-53 El Papa Francisco: ¿Adónde nos lleva? – Rev. Allan Deck
(Convention) 213
3-54 La iniciación cristiana: ¿ilusión o desafío? – P. Fabian Esparafita
(Convention) 202
3-55 ¡Conéctate a la esperanza! Anunciar la Buena Noticia en la era
digital – P. Fernando Prado
(Convention) 212
3-56 ¿Dónde quedó la alegría de tu ministerio?
– P. Domingo Rodriguez Zambrana
(Convention) Ballroom DE
3-57 Viviendo la misión de Jesús en nuestro mundo de hoy
– Cardenal Oscar Rodriguez-Maradiaga
(Convention) Hall B
3-58 El liderazgo de Jesús: Lecciones de esperanza – Maruja Sedano
(Hilton) California AB
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TALLERES
Sábado, 15 de marzo, 2014
SESIÓN 4 – 10:00 - 11:30 am
AG LUGAR
4-51 Violencia doméstica: Como la Iglesia debe responder
– P. Charles Dahm
4-52 “Chale, ¿neta hay que ir a misa?” Como enganchar a los jóvenes en
la misa y en el ministerio parroquial – Santiago Fernández
4-53 Jóvenes, la iglesia cuenta con ustedes – P. José Román Flecha
4-54 Catolicismo Latino: La transformación de la Iglesia en Estados
Unidos – Dr. Timoteo Matovina
4-55 Evangelización y catequesis en el ministerio hispano: Posibilidades
– Dr. Hosffman Ospino
4-56 La amistad culmina en la caridad: Actitudes cristianas según Lucas
– Abundio Parra Sánchez
4-57 Papa Francisco: ¿Cómo podemos convertirnos en la “Iglesia de los
pobres”? – Obispo Sylvester Ryan, P. David Garcia y J.C. Montenegro
4-58 Buenas prácticas para instituciones católicas en Twitter
– Hna. Xiskya Valladares
SESIÓN 5 – 1:00 - 2:30 pm
(Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
—
(Convention) Ballroom C
(Convention) Hall B
(Convention) 206
(Convention) 203
(Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
(Convention) 213
(Convention) 212
AG LUGAR
5-51 La verdad de Guadalupe – Mons. Eduardo Chavez
5-52 Puntos clave de la doctrina social de la Iglesia que la Lumen Fidei
ilumina – Prof. Alejandro Crosthwaite
5-53 ¿Actúa Dios en el mundo? El factor providencia
– Lupita Vital Cruz (originalmente con Hna. Teresa Forcades i Vila)
5-54 10 enseñanzas del papa Francisco para los catequistas
– Marcelo Murua
5-55 La historia, fuente de esperanza – Hernán Pereda Bullrich
5-56 ¿Náufragos o navegantes? Consejos para mensajeros de la
esperanza – P. Fernando Prado
5-57 ¿Qué hacemos con nuestros enojos y desencantos?
– P. Domingo Rodriguez Zambrana
5-58 Cantemos nuestra fe en las bodas, funerales y quinceañeros
– Pedro Rubalcava y Estela García-López
SESIÓN 6 – 3:00 - 4:30 pm
(Convention) 204
(Hilton) California C
(Clarion) Orangewood
(Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
(Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
(Convention) 212
(Convention) Hall B
—
(Convention) 210 ABC
AG LUGAR
6-51 La biblia, la familia y la iglesia domestica
– Dr. Alejandro Aguilera-Titus
(Hilton) California C
6-52 Orientaciones para la catequesis, la pastoral y la evangelización
a la luz del magisterio del Papa Francisco – Luis Benavides
(Convention) Hall B
6-53 La Iglesia en procesión: Las devociones populares latinoamericanas
como modelo eclesiológico – Francisco Castillo
(Convention) 206
6-54 Conectando la vida, la catequesis y la liturgia
– Dr. Jose Antonio Medina
(Convention) 210 D
6-55 Los siete hábitos de católicos evangelizadores – Hector Molina Jr.
—
(Sheraton) Palm Ballroom
6-56 Que las hijas puedan vivir – Dra. Nancy Pineda-Madrid
(Hilton) California AB
6-57 El papel de padres en el proceso de RICA – P. Richard Vega
(Convention) 201 ABC
6-58 Estamos estrenando párroco: “Padre Francisco” – P. Luigi Zanotto
(Convention) Ballroom DE
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TALLERES
Domingo, 16 de marzo, 2014
ASAMBLEA GENERAL
Sala B – Domingo, 8:30 am
Sala B – Viernes, 5:15 pm
CANÓNIGO DR. EDUARDO CHÁVEZ SÁNCHEZ
Liturgía: Español
“Santa María de Guadalupe – Mujer de Esperanza”
Santa María de Guadalupe es una mujer de adviento, de espera, de esperanza. Jesucristo, es el centro de su mensaje y de su prodigiosa imagen.
Chávez
Ella es una mujer embarazada, una mujer que es el “Arca viviente de la
Alianza.” Ella es la verdadera estrella de la primera y de la Nueva Evangelización.
Sala B – Sábado, 5:15 pm
Liturgía: Mayan
Combinando la música, el
ritual y el espíritu de los participantes que hablan dos idiomas – español e inglés. Estas
Misas honrarán la riqueza y los
talentos de nuestras culturas
y afirmarán nuestra llamada
a celebrar la unidad en la diversidad.
Español
El Canónigo Dr. Eduardo Chávez Sánchez nació en la Ciudad de México, México,
y fue ordenado sacerdote por la Arquidiócesis de México. Posee un Doctorado en
Historia de la Iglesia y trabajó con éxito como Postulador de la Causa de Canonización de San Juan Diego. Es cofundador del Instituto Superior de Estudios
Guadalupanos y es Canónigo de la Basílica de Guadalupe, en donde continúa
su trabajo como Director del Instituto Superior de Estudios Guadalupanos, así
como Asesor Cultural de la Basílica de Guadalupe. El Canónigo Chávez ha
hecho grandes contribuciones al estudio del evento guadalupano, dirigiéndose
a las más importantes instituciones académicas internacionales y publicando
más de 38 obras, especialmente en el tema de la Virgen de Guadalupe.
SESIÓN 7 – 10:00 - 11:30 am
MISAS EN ESPAÑOL
AG LUGAR
7-51 Renovando la Iglesia – Dr. Augusto Castañeda
(Convention) 203
7-52 Alguien está orando por mí – Hna. Glenda Hernandez
(Convention) Ballroom AB
7-53 La Iglesia, ¿Problema o solución? – Hernán Pereda Bullrich
(Convention) 201
7-54 Orando con nuestras voces y cuerpos
– Dra. Nancy Pineda-Madrid & Pedro Rubalcava
—
(Convention) Ballroom C
7-55 Resultados de nuestra evangelización y pastoral si no inculturamos
el Evangelio y la Iglesia – Clodomiro L. Siller Acuña
(Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
7-56 Cómo ser felices en el matrimonio – Dr. John Yzaguirre
(Convention) Ballroom DE
7-57 El problema más grave y urgente de la iglesia católica: El agua
potable – P. Luigi Zanotto
(Convention) Hall B
= audio-grabación
SESIÓN 8 – 1:00 - 2:30 pm
AG LUGAR
8-51 La espiritualidad y visión hispana/latina de los Estados Unidos
como modelo para pastoral y ministerio – Francisco Castillo
(Convention) 210 D
8-52 Acoger e incluir a los hispanos es el futuro de la Iglesia Católica
– P. Charles Dahm
(Hilton) California D
8-53 La iniciación cristiana: ¿comienzo o clausura? – P. Fabian Esparafita
(Convention) 207 ABC
8-54 ¿Sanar nuestras heridas es importante en nuestro caminar?
– Rev. Michael Kennedy y Javier Stauring
(Convention) Ballroom DE
8-55 La formación musical de la asamblea: Como seguir las notas escritas
– Peter Kolar
—
(Convention) Ballroom C
8-56 ¿Cómo entender la nueva evangelización para encender la esperanza?
– Marcelo Murua
(Convention) 204
8-57 El poder de la esperanza – Maruja Sedano
(Convention) Hall B
8-58 Evangelizar a través de la fotografía – Hna. Xiskya Valladares
(Convention) 202
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ARENA
OPENING RITE & WELCOME
Friday, March 14, 2014 • 8:30 am
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CALL TO WORSHIP
Amen Siakudumisa * /Amen, We Praise Your Name, O God
Attr. S. C. Molefe
As taught by George Mxadana
Arr. John Bell
* Pronunciation: a-men see-a-koo-doo-mee-sa a-men bah-woh. (Descant) Ma-see-tee.
Arr. © 2008 WGRG, Iona Community, Scotland. GIA Publications, Inc., North American agent. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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ARENA
Friday, March 14, 2014 • 8:30 am
GATHERING
Set the World on Fire
Noelle Garcia
COLLECT
PROCLAMATION
RESPONSE
A Rightful Place
Diana Macalintal
Steve Angrisano
© 2012, Steve Angrisano. Published by Spirit & Song, a division of OCP. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
SCRIPTURE
Lamentations 3:21-24
RESPONSE TO READING
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Arena
© 2009, Noelle Garcia, published by World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
ARENA
Caminos de Esperanza
Santiago Fernández
Refrain / Estribillo
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Letra: Álvaro Fernández. Letra y música © 1996, Santiago Fernández y Álvaro Fernández.
Obra publicada por spiritandsong.com®. Derechos reservados. Con las debidas licencias.
REFLECTION
Sr. Edith Prendergast, RSC
Director, Office of Religious Education
RITUAL
Light My Heart / Transforma Mi Vida
Eleazar Cortés
Refrain / Estribillo
Text: Eleazar Cortés, Jaime Cortez, and Bob Hurd. Text and music © 2009, Eleazar Cortés.
Published by OCP. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
REMARKS
SENDING FORTH
2014 CONGRESS THEME SONG
Hope Sets the World Afire
Most Rev. José Gomez
Archbishop of Los Angeles
John Angotti, Meredith Augustin & John Flaherty
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ARENA
Friday, March 14, 2014 • 5:15 pm
EUCHARISTIC LITURGY • URBAN FUSION
Friday, March 14, 2014 • 5:15 pm
Msgr. Ray East, presider
– INTRODUCTORY RITES –
GATHERING
Have Mercy, O God
Meredith Dean Augustin
Refrain
Arena
© 2014, Meredith Dean Augustin. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
PENITENTIAL ACT
– LITURGY OF THE WORD –
FIRST READING
Ezekial 18:21-28
RESPONSORIAL PSALM
With the Lord There is Mercy / Del Señor viene la misericordia
Psalm 130 (129)
John Angotti
Response
Spanish text: Leccionario Hispanoamericano © 1970, Conferencia Episcopal Española.
English text from the Lectionary for Mass, © 1969, 1981, 1997, ICEL. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
Music © 2014, John Angotti. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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ARENA
GOSPEL ACCLAMATION
Mass of Saint Ann
Ed Bolduc
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Text © 1969, 1981, 1997, ICEL.
Music © 2011, World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
GOSPEL
Matthew 5:20-26
HOMILY
Msgr. Ray East
INTERCESSORY PRAYERS
Hear Our Prayer, O Lord
Dao Kim Nguyen and Rufino Zaragoza, OFM
© 2004, 2010, Dao Kim Nguyen and Rufino Zaragoza, OFM. Published by OCP.
All rights reserved. Used with permission.
– LITURGY OF THE EUCHARIST –
PRESENTATION OF THE GIFTS
True Love
Amelia Acosta and Michael Paul Leon
Refrain
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ARENA
Friday, March 14, 2014 • 5:15 pm
SANCTUS
Mass of Saint Ann
Ed Bolduc
Text © 2010, ICEL. Music: Ed Bolduc, Mass of Saint Ann.
© 2011, World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
MYSTERY OF FAITH
Arena
Mass of Saint Ann
Ed Bolduc
Text © 2010, ICEL. Music: Ed Bolduc, Mass of Saint Ann.
© 2011, World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
AMEN
Mass of Saint Ann
Ed Bolduc
Music: Ed Bolduc, Mass of Saint Ann.
© 1992, 2011, World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
LORD’S PRAYER
RITE OF PEACE
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ARENA
AGNUS DEI
Mass of Saint Ann
Ed Bolduc
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Music: Ed Bolduc, Mass of Saint Ann.
© 1992, 2011, World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
COMMUNION SONGS
I Am Yours (Consume Me Completely)
Trevor Thomson
Refrain
© 2014, World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
We Gather in Love
John Angotti
Refrain
© 2013, World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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ARENA
Friday, March 14, 2014 • 5:15 pm
– CONCLUDING RITES –
BLESSING AND DISMISSAL
SENDING
Send Me (I’ll Go)
Meredith Dean Augustin
Words and music © 2014 Meredith Augustin. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
Arena
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ARENA
MORNING PRAISE
Saturday, March 15, 2014 • 7:50 am
Julianne Donlon-Stanz, presider
CALL TO WORSHIP - SERVICE OF LIGHT
Stand in the Light
Verses
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.
S
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John Angotti and Kevin Paige
Estrofas
1. 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.
Refrain / Estribillo
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2. Heaven’s brightness flows from me to you.
2. La luz del cielo sobre todos cae
As we share in creating the world anew.
mientras al mundo hay que restablecer.
We build the kingdom with forgiveness and love,
Construimos el Reino con obras de amor.
so we might live in peace and all wars will cease
y por fin habrá paz, ¡y las guerras no más!
and we reveal the radiance of Christ.
Veremos ya el resplandor de Dios.
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ARENA
Saturday, March 15, 2014 • 7:50 am
PSALMODY
Aclamen al Señor
Psalm 66 / Salmo 65
Estela García-López, Rodolfo López
Respuesta
Letra: Salmo 65 (66) © 1970, Comisión Episcopal Española deLiturgia. Derechos reservados. Con las debidas licencias.
Música: © 2009, Estela García-López y Rodolfo López.
Obra publicada por OCP. Derechos reservados. Con las debidas licencias.
GOSPEL CANTICLE
Benedictus *
Pedro Rubalcava
Refrain
Arena
* Blessed be the Lord God of Israel. / * Bendito sea el Dios de Israel.
Letra: Basada en Lucas 1, 68-79. Letra y música © 2002, Pedro Rubalcava.
Obra publicada por OCP. Derechos reservados. Con las debidas licencias.
INTERCESSIONS
Mass of the Nations
Donna Peña
© 2000 by GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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DISMISSAL
We Are But a Moment
Donna Peña
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Words and music: Donna Peña. © 1994, GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
2. The sun and the moon together, together they harmonize,
that love is what is forever, sings the mountains, sings the skies.
For love is the joy of heaven, and love is the gift we share.
For love is the light of God to be carried everywhere.
3. As many we are the children, the animals of the sea,
the creatures that fly the skies, God’s creation, you and me.
And many we are the colors, the languages that we speak;
for many we are the song when we sing in harmony.
4. The beauty that now surrounds us, the beauty that sings the heart,
is beauty that knows the Lord from whose love we’ll never part.
For love is the gift of Jesus, and love is the life we share,
and beauty is that of Spirit. It is Spirit that we wear.
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2014 Religious Education Congress
ARENA
Saturday, March 15, 2014 • 5:15 pm
EUCHARISTIC LITURGY • NATIVE AMERICAN
Saturday, March 15, 2014 • 5:15 pm
Rev. Henry Sands, presider
PRELUDE
Cherokee Morning Song
Rita Coolidge & Robbie Robertson
We n’ de ya ho, We n’ de ya ho,
We n’ de ya, We n’ de ya, Ho ho ho ho,
He ya ho, He ya ho, Ya ya ya.
Translation: I am of the Great Spirit, it is so.
© Copyright, 1994, Cema Capitol 28295.
Chumash Welcome Song
Traditional
Arena
– INTRODUCTORY RITES –
GATHERING
Hina Na Ho / Celebration (Inuit)
Refrain:
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John Jaudry
Hina na ho henay, Hina na ho ho henay
Indaya hina na ho ho henay, indaya
Creator...of season...of people...of nations (Refrain)
Savior...of promise...a Spirit...of freedom (Refrain)
Stand by...your people...the nations...Survivors (Refrain)
NATIVE AMERICAN LITURGY
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ARENA
KYRIE ELEISON
– LITURGY OF THE WORD –
S
FIRST READING
A
RESPONSORIAL PSALM
As the Deer Longs
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Deuteronomy 26:16-19
Psalm 42
Bob Hurd
Response
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Text: Based on Ps. 42. Text and Music © 1988, Bob Hurd. Published by OCP. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
ACCLAMATION BEFORE THE GOSPEL
Lenten Gospel Acclamation (Muscogee Creek)
John Flaherty
Music: Muscogee (Creek) Indian; transc. Charles H. Webb. Arr. by John Flaherty.
Transcription © 1989 The United Methodist Publishing House, admin. The Copyright Company.
All rights reserved. Used with permission.
GOSPEL
Matthew 5:43-48
HOMILY
Rev. Henry Sands
INTERCESSORY PRAYERS
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ARENA
Saturday, March 15, 2014 • 5:15 pm
– LITURGY OF THE EUCHARIST –
PRESENTATION OF THE GIFTS
Wakan Tanka, Speak to Me
Donna Peña
Arena
Verse 2
In the sunrise, in the shadow, Wakan Tanka, speak to me.
As the brook runs in the meadow, Wakan Tanka, speak to me.
When the star light fills the heavens, Wakan Tanka, speak to me.
In reflection on the waters, Wakan Tanka, speak to me.
Refrain
© 2014, Donna Peña. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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ARENA
Women’s Honoring Song
Traditional Salish
SANCTUS
Mass of the First Peoples
Donna Peña
1st time Cantor; All repeat
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© 2012, Donna Peña. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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2014 Religious Education Congress
ARENA
Saturday, March 15, 2014 • 5:15 pm
MYSTERY OF FAITH
Mass of the First Peoples
Donna Peña
1st time Cantor; All repeat
© 2012, Donna Peña. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
AMEN
Mass of the First Peoples
Donna Peña
1st time Cantor; All repeat
Arena
© 2012, Donna Peña. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
LORD’S PRAYER
RITE OF PEACE
AGNUS DEI
COMMUNION SONGS
Amazing Grace (Cherokee)
Verse 1
u ne la nv i u we tsi
i ga go yv he i
hna quo tso sv wi yu lo se
i ga gu yv ho nv
Verse 3
e lo ni gv ni li squa di
ga lu tsv he i yu
ni ga di da ye di go i
a ni e lo hi gv
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Verse 2
a se no i u ne tse i
i yu no du le nv
ta li ne dv tsi lu tsi li
u dv ne u ne tsv
Verse 4
u na da nv ti a ne hv
do da ya nv hi li
tsa sv hna quo ni go hi lv
do hi wa ne he sdi
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ARENA
We Belong to You
Trevor Thomson
Refrain
Text © 2006, Victoria Thomson. Music © 2006, Trevor Thomson.
Published by spiritandsong®, a division of OCP. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
St. Kateri, Pray For Us
Donna Peña
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© 2014, Donna Peña. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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– CONCLUDING RITES –
BLESSING AND DISMISSAL
CLOSING
Sacred Drum
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CONGRESS EVALUATION
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CONGRESS
Office of Religious Education
March 14-16, 2014
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Dear Participant:
Much thought and effort has gone into planning this Congress. Please tell us how effective our efforts have
been by completing the following evaluation form. We prefer that you fill this out by QR code or online
at www.RECongress.org/survey, but you may return this paper version by mail. We’d like to hear from
you, especially if you have given any event an “excellent” or “poor” rating. Please let us know the reasons
for your evaluation in the “Comments” section.
Instructions for Evaluation:
1. Evaluate each presentation or experience by marking the boxes listed below.
2. Respond to the QR code, or online at RECongress.org/survey, or leave the completed form in marked
“Evaluation” boxes located around the Convention Center, or mail by April 4 to: Congress Evaluation
Form, Office of Religious Education, 3424 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90010.
XLNT = excellent, above expectations
FAIR = average
GOOD = met expectations
POOR = did not meet expectations
FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 2014
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GENERAL ASSEMBLIES & MUSIC
Friday Morning – Opening Rite & Welcome
Friday Lunch (Arena) – The Jacob & Matthew Band
Friday Lunch (Hall B) – Manibusan / Hart / Francois
Friday Evening Concert (Arena) – “United by Faith”
Friday Evening (Convention 201) – Film Showcase 2014
Saturday Morning Keynote (Arena) – Rev. Robert Barron
Saturday Lunch (Arena) – Burland, Chinn / Mangan
Saturday Lunch (Hall B) – ValLimar Jansen / Curtis Stephan
Saturday Evening (Arena) – Ceili Rain
Saturday Evening (Convention 213) – Sacred Illuminations 2014
Sunday Morning Address (English) – Dr. Carolyn Woo
Sunday Morning Address (Spanish) – Msgr. Eduardo Chávez
Sunday Lunch (Arena) – Peña / Augustin / Betancourt
Sunday Lunch (Hall B) – Garcia-Lopez / Lopez / Rubalcava
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CONVENTION CENTER FACILITIES & EVENTS
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LITURGY (PLEASE CHECK THE LITURGY CODE & EVALUATE THE LITURGICAL ASPECTS):
Friday
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F2 - Celtic F3 - Jazz F4 - Spanish
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S5 - Native American S6 - Young Adult
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PRAYER & SERVICES:
ABOUT YOU:
1. Gender:
 Male
 Female
2. Age:
 18-30
 31-40
41-50
3. Is this your first Religious Education Congress?
 51-60
 61-70
 Yes
 No
 71+
4. If no, how many Los Angeles Religious Education Congresses have you attended?___________
5. What is your primary language?
 English
 Spanish  Vietnamese
6. Preferred workshop language:
 English
 Spanish  Vietnamese
7. How did you learn about the Los Angeles Religious Education Congress?
 Parish
 Friend
Ad
 Internet  Other ______________
8. Suggestions for improvement:
b
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EVALUACIÓN DE CONGRESO
CONGRESO DE EDUCACIÓN RELIGIOSA Captura este código QR con
Oficina de Educación Religiosa
14-16 de marzo, 2014
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Querido Participante:
Mucho esfuerzo y planeamiento se le dió a este Congreso. Por favor llene la siguiente evaluación y déjenos saber que tan efectivos han sido nuestros esfuerzos. Nos encantaría saber su opinión, especialmente si
usted le ha dado una calificación “excelente” o “pobre” a alguno de los eventos. Favor de dejarnos saber la
razón de su evaluación en la sección de Comentarios.
Instrucciones para la Evaluación del Congreso:
1. Evalúe cada presentación marcando una caja por clasificación.
2. Completa la forma de evaluación con el código QR, o en www.RECongress.org/survey, o deposítela
en las cajas que encontrará en diferentes partes del Centro de Convenciones, o envíela antes del 15
de marzo a: Congress Evaluation Form, Office of Religious Education, 3424 Wilshire Blvd., Los
Angeles, CA 90010.
XLNT = excelente, mas que mis expectaciones
BUENO = satisface mis expectaciones
REG = ordinario
POBRE = no satisface mis expectaciones
VIERNES, 14 DE MARZO, 2014
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ASAMBLEAS GENERALES Y MÚSICA
Viernes por la mañana – Bienvenida
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Viernes almuerzo (Arena) – The Jacob & Matthew Band
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Viernes almuerzo (Hall B) – Manibusan / Hart / Francois
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Viernes por la noche (Arena) – Concierto: “Unidos por la fe”
Viernes por la noche (201) – “Film Showcase 2014”
Sábado por la mañana (Arena) – Rev. Robert Barron
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Sábado almuerzo (Arena) – Burland, Chinn / Mangan
Sábado almuerzo (Hall B) – ValLimar Jansen / Curtis Stephan 
Sábado por la noche (Arena) – Concierto: Ceili Rain
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Sábado por la noche (213) – “Iluminaciones Sagradas 2014” 
Domingo por la mañana (español) – Mons. Eduardo Chávez 
Domingo por la mañana (ingles) – Dra. Carolyn Woo
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Domingo almuerzo (Arena) – Peña / Augustin / Betancourt
Domingo almuerzo (Hall B) – García-López / López / Rubalcava
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LOCAL DE CENTRO DE CONVENCIÓNES
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Puesto para recoger su libro:
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Viernes
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REG 
POBRE
Toda la Liturgia
XLNT 
BUENO
REG 
POBRE
Sábado
S1 - Cultura negro
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S5 - Nativo americano S6 - Jóvenes adultos
Domingo
S2 - Contemplativa S3 - Bizantino
S4 - Mayan
Homilia
XLNT 
BUENO
REG 
POBRE
Música
XLNT 
BUENO
REG 
POBRE
Movimiento litúrgico
XLNT 
BUENO
REG 
POBRE
Toda la Liturgia
XLNT 
BUENO
REG 
POBRE
A1 - Liturgia de Clausura por la mañana
XLNT 
BUENO
REG 
POBRE
A2 - Liturgia de Clausura por la tarde
XLNT 
BUENO
REG 
POBRE
SERVICIOS DE ORACIÓN:
P1 - Viernes Oración de la noche (5:15 pm - 303)
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XLNT 
BUENO
REG 
POBRE
P2 - Viernes Celta (9:30 pm - Convention 303)
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XLNT 
BUENO
REG 
POBRE
P3 - Sábado Alabanza de la mañana (7:50 am - Arena) 
XLNT 
BUENO
REG 
POBRE
P4 - Sábado Taizé (9:30 pm - Convention 303) 
XLNT 
BUENO
REG 
POBRE
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COMENTARIOS:
1. Género:  Masculino
 Femenino
2. Edad:
 18-30
 31-40
41-50  51-60
 61-70
 71+
3. ¿Es este su primer Congreso de Educación Religiosa?
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Sí

No
4 Si su respuesta es no, ¿a cuántos Congresos de Educación Religiosa ha asistido?___________
5. ¿Cuál es su idioma principal?  Inglés  Español  Vietnamita
6. Taller idioma preferido:
 Inglés  Español  Vietnamita
7. ¿Cómo es que supo del Congreso de Educación Religiosa?
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Parroquia 
Amigos 
Anuncios
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Internet
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Otro ____________________
8. Sugerencias para mejorar el Congreso:
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Sunday, March 16, 2014 • 8:00 am & 3:30 pm
CLOSING EUCHARISTIC LITURGY
Sunday, March 16, 2014
8:00 am • Bishop Kevin Vann, presider
3:30 pm • Archbishop José Gomez, presider
Arena
– INTRODUCTORY RITES ♦ RITOS INICIALES –
PRELUDE ♦ PRELUDO
We Gather in Love
John Angotti
Refrain
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GATHERING ♦ ENTRADA
Thula
Swaziland Traditional
Transcribed by the Swedish Youth Exchange project, “Meeting Swaziland.”
From One Is the Body, © 2002, Wild Goose Resource Group, Iona Community.
GIA Publications, Inc., exclusive North American Agent. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
En Marcha Caminando Juntos
Santiago Fernández y Elvin “Kiko” Negrón
Estribillo
Letra © 2005, 2007, Santiago Fernández. Música © 2005, 2007, Santiago Fernández y Elvin “Kiko” Negrón.
Obra publicada por spiritandsong.com®, a division of OCP. Derechos reservados. Con las debidas licencias.
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PENITENTIAL ACT ♦ ACTO PENITENCIAL
Cantor: Señor, ten piedad.
Christ, have mercy.
Señor, ten piedad.
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All/Todos: Señor, ten piedad.
Christ, have mercy.
Señor, ten piedad.
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ARENA
Sunday, March 16, 2014 • 8:00 am & 3:30 pm
– LITURGY OF THE WORD ♦ LITURGIA DE LA PALABRA –
FIRST READING ♦ PRIMERA LECTURA
Genesis/Génesis 12:1-4a
RESPONSORIAL PSALM ♦ SALMO RESPONSORIAL
Espero en ti, Señor
Santiago Fernández
Respuesta
Letra del Salmo 129 (Psalm 130), 5-6, 1b-2a. 2b, © 1972, 1995, SOBICAIN (Derechos reservados.
Con las debidas licencias.) y © 1997, Santiago Fernández. Música © 1997, Santiago Fernández.
Obra publicada por OCP. Derechos reservados. Con las debidas licencias.
2 Timothy/2 Timoteo 1:8b-10
Arena
SECOND READING ♦ SEGUNDA LECTURA
GOSPEL ACCLAMATION ♦ ACLAMACIÓN ANTES DEL EVANGELIO
The Sound of My People
M. Roger Holland II
Refrain
Text: ICEL, © 1969, 1981, 1997. Music: The Sound of My People, M. Roger Holland II,
© 2010, GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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GOSPEL ♦ EVANGELIO
HOMILY ♦ HOMILÍA
Matthew / Mateo 17:1-9
8:00 am • Bishop Kevin Vann
Bishop of Orange
3:30 pm • Archbishop José Gomez
Archbishop of Los Angeles
THE DISMISSAL OF ELECT, CATECHUMENS AND CANDIDATES ♦
DESPEDIDA DE LOS ELEGIDOS, CATECÚMENOS Y CANDIDATOS
The Summons
John Bell
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Text: John L. Bell, © 1987, The Iona Community, GIA Publications, Inc., agent.
All rights reserved. Used with permission. Tune: KELVINGROVE, 76 76 77 76; Scottish traditional.
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Response/Respuesta
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© 2014, James D. Reitzell. All rights reserved. Used with permission. Tune: based on KELVINGROVE; Scottish traditional.
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Sunday, March 16, 2014 • 8:00 am & 3:30 pm
– LITURGY OF THE EUCHARIST ♦ LITURGIA EUCARÍSTICA –
PRESENTATION OF THE GIFTS ♦ PRESENTACIÓN DEL EVANGELIO
O Breathe on Me, O Breath of God
Irish Melody
Arena
Text: Edwin Hatch, 1835-1889. Tune: ST. COLUMBA, CM; Irish melody; harm. by A. Gregory Murray, OSB, 1905-1992.
Tình Chúa Cao V©i / Boundless Love
NguyÍn Væn Th¡ng
Refrain
1. Boundless love was promised as your vow, 2. Boundless love embraces day and night.
This grace I can’t comprehend,
a promise from ancient time,
a love that has no end.
that your love would be mine.
When storms arise you are near,
Before the mountains were designed,
when danger comes, who shall fear?
before the heavens were aligned,
You enfold me in your embrace.
your sweet voice awakened my name.
The vision of your face,
You found me in my shame,
no dream could ever replace.
and called me out of my pain.
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3. Boundless love, receive my humble life,
receive my soul all my days, that I may know your ways.
My song shall travel near and far, to claim the beauty that you are;
words of truth and love are sown;
that you, most high, alone, are source and cornerstone.
English text: Rufino Zaragoza, OFM. Text and music © 1976, 2000, NguyÍn Væn Th¡ng.
Published by OCP. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
SANCTUS
Mass for the Healing of the World
Trevor Thomson
Text © 2010, ICEL. Music © 2014, World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
MYSTERY OF FAITH ♦ MISTERIO DE LA FE
Mass for the Healing of the World
Trevor Thomson
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ARENA
Sunday, March 16, 2014 • 8:00 am & 3:30 pm
GREAT AMEN ♦ GRAN AMÉN
Mass for the Healing of the World
Trevor Thomson
Music © 2014, World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
LORD’S PRAYER ♦ PADRE NUESTRO
RITE OF PEACE ♦ SIGNO DE LA PAZ
AGNUS DEI
Misa del Mundo
Jesse Manibusan
Arena
*Alternates:
“Agnus Dei”
“Cordero de Dios”
“Lamb of God”
“Nwaturu Nke Chukwu”
“Kordero Ng Diyos”
(Latin)
(Spanish)
(English)
(Igbo)
(Tagalog)
Music © 1993, Jesse Manibusan. Published by OCP. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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COMMUNION SONGS ♦ CANTOS DE COMUNIÓN
Yo Soy el Pan Vivo
Bob Hurd and Jaime Cortez
Refrain
Text based on John 6:51, 55; John 15:5, Bob Hurd and Jaime Cortez.
Text and music © 2009, Bob Hurd. Published by OCP. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
Ang Katawan Ni Kristo
Ricky Manalo, CSP
Refrain
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Published by OCP. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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Sunday, March 16, 2014 • 8:00 am & 3:30 pm
ARENA
SONG OF THANKSGIVING ♦ CANTO DE ACCIÓN DE GRACIAS
I Will Lift My Eyes
Tony Alonso
1. It is time for me to move from my shelter of safety,
to sail as a pilgrim over the waves of the sea.
It is time to be still and to seek the son of Mary,
time to rest, time to leave behind my fears.
2. And I will not fear the storm, though it rages around me,
for slowly I am learning to place my trust in you,
to forgive every hurt and to loosen every burden,
to let go and to follow where you lead.
Refrain
Arena
3. Though I know you have prepared a path for me to follow,
I’ll never know for certain that I follow where you lead.
Still I trust that my desire to please you will guide me;
and I trust that you will keep me from harm.
4. I may stumble, I may fall, and get lost on the journey;
and my path will surely lead me to the shadow of death.
Yet I will not fear the storm, for you are ever with me,
never leaving me to face my fears alone.
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– CONCLUDING RITES ♦ RITOS DE CONCUSIÓN –
BLESSING AND DISMISSAL ♦ BENDICIÓN Y DESPEDIDA
CLOSING SONG ♦ CANTO DE SALIDA
2014 CONGRESS THEME SONG
Hope Sets the World Afire
John Angotti, Meredith Augustin & John Flaherty
Verses/Estrofas
1. We come to the mountain to be renewed.
We come to the mountain to worship you.
Here we are reminded of the promise that was made.
Here we are reminded of your amazing grace,
and we are changed, transformed.
Jesus is our light, our hope, our Lord.
1. Venimos al monte a renovar.
Venimos al monte para alabar.
Aquí recordaremos la promesa revelada.
Aquí recordaremos tu gracia extraordinaria,
somos cambiados y transformados.
Hay luz, hay esperanza en el Señor.
Refrain/Estribillo
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ARENA
Sunday, March 16, 2014 • 8:00 am & 3:30 pm
2. We shall go down the mountain to the suffering and the poor.
We shall go down the mountain where actions outweigh words.
The light that dwells within us will glow upon our face
and those who live in darkness will know hope, love, and faith.
And the world is changed, transformed. Jesus is our light, our hope, our Lord. Refrain
Arena
2. Bajemos del monte al pobre y moribundo.
Bajemos del monte, cambiemos el mundo.
La luz que brilla dentro alumbra nuestro rostro,
los que habitan en lo oscuro verán al Maestro,
y el mundo es cambiado y transformado.
Hay luz, hay esperanza en el Señor.
Bridge/Puente
Esperanza que enciende al mundo. Esperanza que enciende al mundo.
Esperanza que enciende al mundo. Esperanza que enciende al mundo.
Courage sets the world afire.
Faith sets the world afire.
Love sets the world afire.
Justice sets the world afire.
Compassion sets the world afire.
Mercy sets the world afire.
Joy sets the world afire.
Hope sets the world afire.
Set the world afire!
Valor enciende al mundo.
Fe enciende al mundo.
Amor enciende al mundo.
Justicia enciende al mundo.
Compasión enciende al mundo.
Misericordia enciende al mundo.
Gozo enciende al mundo.
Esperanza enciende al mundo.
¡Enciendan al mundo!
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O.R.E. STAFF
The Office of Religious Education serves the ongoing redemptive mission of Jesus Christ through fostering and developing lifelong evangelization and catechetical processes. We form leaders for a catechetical
ministry that integrates a social justice perspective and that responds to the needs of the diverse peoples
of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.
– O.R.E. Mission Statement
– ARCHDIOCESAN OFFICE –
– REGIONAL OFFICES –
DIRECTOR
OUR LADY OF THE ANGELS
O.L.A. Region Pastoral Center
5835 W Slauson Ave
Culver City, CA 90230
(310) 216-9587
David Lara (Coordinator)
[email protected]
Elizabeth Argueta (Support Staff)
[email protected]
Sr. Edith Prendergast
(213) 637-7309
[email protected]
ASSOCIATE DIRECTORS
MINISTRY WITH YOUNG ADULTS
Christina Lamas
(CONT.)
(213) 637-7674
[email protected] Douglas Leal (English)
(213) 637-7498
Paulette Smith
[email protected]
(213) 637-7332
[email protected] Heather MacDonald (SB Region)
(805) 682-5500
ADULT MINISTRY
[email protected]
Fr. Christopher Bazyouros
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CONGRESS
(213) 637-7652
[email protected] Jan Pedroza
(213) 637-7352
Douglas Leal (English)
[email protected]
(213) 637-7498
[email protected] Paulette Smith
(213) 637-7332
Maria Rivera (Spanish)
[email protected]
(213) 637-7705
[email protected] YOUTH MINISTRY/CONFIRMATION/
Ernesto Vega (Spanish)
YOUNG ADOLESCENT
(213) 637-7345
Christina Lamas (Spanish)
[email protected] (213) 637-7674
ADVANCED CATECHETICAL
MINISTRIES &
CATECHIST FORMATION
[email protected]
Heather MacDonald (SB Region)
(805) 682-5500
Lourdes González-Rubio (Spanish)
[email protected]
(213) 637-7344
Katie Zeigler
[email protected] (213) 637-7616
Dione Grillo (English)
[email protected]
(213) 637-7654
OFFICE SUPPORT
[email protected]
Maria Acosta
EARLY CHILDHOOD
(213) 637-7359
Jan Pedroza
[email protected]
(213) 637-7352
Joanna Aguilar
[email protected] (213) 637-7346
ELEMENTARY
[email protected]
Giovanni Perez (English)
Silvia Hernandez
(213) 637-7410
(213) 637-7359
[email protected]
[email protected]
MINISTRY WITH YOUNG ADULTS
Alex Moreno
(213) 637-7382
Fr. Christopher Bazyouros
[email protected]
(213) 637-7652
[email protected] Diana M. Salinas
(213) 637-7303
Alberto Embry (Spanish)
[email protected]
(213) 637-7355
[email protected]
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SAN FERNANDO REGION
San Fernando Region Pastoral Center
15101 San Fernando Mission Blvd.
Mission Hills, CA 91345
Mailing Address:
PO Box 7608
Mission Hills, CA 91346 -7608
(818) 365-5123
Margaret Matijasevic (Coordinator)
[email protected]sfpr.org
Juan Garcia (Support Staff)
[email protected]
SAN GABRIEL REGION
San Gabriel Region Pastoral Center
16009 E Cypress Ave
Irwindale, CA 91706-2122
(626) 962-7707
TBA (Coordinator)
Natalie Aviles (Support Staff)
[email protected]
SAN PEDRO REGION
San Pedro Region Pastoral Center
3555 S Pancratius Pl
Lakewood, CA 90712-1416
(562) 630-6272
Karina Plascencia (Coordinator)
[email protected]
Araceli Ruvalcaba (Support Staff)
[email protected]
SANTA BARBARA REGION
Bishop García Diego Center
4032 La Colina Rd
Santa Barbara, CA 93110-1412
(805) 569-1135
Sue Spies (Coordinator)
[email protected]
Lisa Godschan (Support Staff)
[email protected]
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STAFF BOOTH SCHEDULE
We invite you to drop by and meet the bishops and people who head the ministries of the Office of Religious Education. The ORE Staff Booth is located near the center of Hall A. The following are scheduled
days and hours:
FRIDAY, MARCH 14
SATURDAY, MARCH 15
8:00 am - 10:00 am
Sue Spies
SUNDAY, MARCH 16
8:00 am - 10:00 am
Giovanni Perez
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Douglas Leal
Margaret Matijasevic
Bishop Gerald Wilkerson
Katie Zeigler
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Fr. Chris Bazyouros
Bishop Thomas Curry
Giovanni Perez
10:00 – 11:30 am
Bishop Edward Clark
Alberto Embry
Lourdes Gonzalez-Rubio
Christina Lamas
Margaret Matijasevic
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Lourdes Gonzalez-Rubio
Dione Grillo
David Lara
Heather MacDonald
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Early Childhood
Christina Lamas
David Lara
Douglas Leal
Maria Rivera
Bishop Gerald Wilkerson
11:30 – 1:00 pm
Bishop Thomas Curry
Dione Grillo
David Lara
Maria Rivera
Ernesto Vega
Katie Zeigler
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Fr. Chris Bazyouros
Bishop Edward Clark
Karina Plascencia
Giovanni Perez
Maria Rivera
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Alberto Embry
Lourdes Gonzalez-Rubio
Dione Grillo
Bishop Oscar Solis
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Douglas Leal
Heather MacDonald
Jan Pedroza
2:30 pm - 4:00 p.m.
Early Childhood
Alberto Embry
Bishop Oscar Solis
Sue Spies
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Karina Plascencia
Katie Zeigler
ADULT CATECHESIS / CATEQUESIS PARA PERSONAS ADULTAS
Catholic Bible Institute
A three-year program of comprehensive study for parish Bible-study leadership.
Distance Learning
An online, Internet-based, e-learning partnership with the University of Dayton.
Human Sexuality Task Force
Formation and training programs.
Silent Directed Retreat
June 29-July 3, 2014
A directed retreat opportunity for adults in ministry.
Instituto Bíblico Católico – Escrituras Cristianas / Escrituras Hebreas
Un programa de nivel básico para estudiar la Biblia (16 sesiones).
Instituto Bíblico Católico – Curso Avanzado Biblico
Un programa de tres años, se adquiere certificación como animador/a biblico/a.
Certificación para el Ministerio con Adultos
Entrenamiento (nivel avanzado) para líderes en el ministerio con los adultos.
Especialización para Catequistas de Adultos (Básica y Advanzada)
Un programa para personas que trabajan en la catequesis con adultos.
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CONTACT/O
Fr. Chris Bazyouros
(213) 637-7652
Douglas Leal
(213) 637-7498
Douglas Leal
(213) 637-7498
Fr. Chris Bazyouros
(213) 637-7652
Maria Rivera
(213) 637-7705
Maria Rivera
(213) 637-7705
L. Gonzalez-Rubio
(213) 637-7344
L. Gonzalez-Rubio
(213) 637-7344
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O.R.E.
O.R.E. PROGRAMS
O.R.E. PROGRAMS
ADULT FAITH FORMATION / FORMACIÓN EN LA FE PARA ADULTOS
CONTACT/O
Cursos de Verano 2014
Julio 13 y 14 & Julio 20 y 21
Cursos intensivos sobre teología, pastoral hispana, espiritualidad y más.
Instituto de Pastoral y Evangelización
Programa de formación pastoral a nivel básico e intermedio.
Capacitación y Práctica de Oración Meditativa
Entender las dinámicas de oración, discernimiento y sanación interior.
Formación para Ministerios en los Medios de Comunicación
Pautas de formación técnica y religiosa en las áreas de los medios de comunicación.
Formación Continua en la Fe
Oportunidades de formación para el enriquecimiento continúo en la fe.
Capacitación para hacer Retiros para Adultos
Capacitación para aprender lo esencial para hacer retiros con adultos.
Especialización para la Formación en la Fe para Adultos
Capacitación esencial en la formación en la fe para adultos.
Basic Catechist Formation
Faith enrichment and basic theological formation for the beginning catechist.
Advanced Catechetical Ministries
Three-year formation program for Advanced Catechetical Leadership.
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.
Ernesto Vega
(213) 637-7345
Ernesto Vega
(213) 637-7345
Ernesto Vega
(213) 637-7345
Ernesto Vega
(213) 637-7345
Ernesto Vega
(213) 637-7345
Ernesto Vega
(213) 637-7345
Ernesto Vega
(213) 637-7345
Dione Grillo
(213) 637-7654
Dione Grillo
(213) 637-7654
L. Gonzalez-Rubio
(213) 637-7344
L. Gonzalez-Rubio
(213) 637-7344
EARLY CHILDHOOD & ELEMENTARY / CATEQUESIS DE NIVEL PRIMARIA
Early Childhood Specialization
Spring 2014 - St. Cyril, Encino
March 29, April 5 & 12, 2014
Summer 2014 - St. John the Baptist, Baldwin Park
July 12, 19, 26, 2014
Fall 2014 - St. Joseph, Long Beach
Oct. 25, Nov, 1, 8, 2014
Early Childhood Director’s Workshop/Brunch
San Roque, Sta. Barbara, May 31
Workshop and networking for Early Childhood Coordinators and DREs.
Elementary Catechist Specialization
A series of sessions to enhance skills for catechists and coordinators.
Elementary Religious Education and Sacramental Preparation
Workshops, in-services and retreats for catechists.
Enrichment Opportunities
Workshops, in-services and retreats to equip DREs and catechists.
Textbook Evaluations
A team of experienced ministers in catechesis evaluate texts for publisher endorsement.
Especialización de Catequesis Primaria
Una serie de sesiones para mejorar las habilidades de catequistas y coordinadores.
Preparación Sacramental
Talleres que ofrecen guía para el mejor desarrollo de programas catequéticos.
Oportunidades de Enriquecimiento
Talleres, retiros y reflexiones que sustenten el ministerio de catequesis.
Evaluación de Libros de Texto
Un equipo con suficiente experiencia evalúa aquellos libros de publicadoras.
Jan Pedroza
(213) 637-7352
Jan Pedroza
(213) 637-7352
Giovanni Perez
(213) 637-7410
Giovanni Perez
(213) 637-7410
Giovanni Perez
(213) 637-7410
Giovanni Perez
(213) 637-7410
Giovanni Perez
(213) 637-7410
Giovanni Perez
(213) 637-7410
Giovanni Perez
(213) 637-7410
Giovanni Perez
(213) 637-7410
YOUNG ADULT MINISTRY / PASTORAL JUVENIL
Young Adult Ministry
Helping communities meet the pastoral needs of those age 18 to 39
Theology-on-Tap
July 6 - August 2, 2014
Speaker and fellowship series for young adults, ages 18 to 39.
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Douglas Leal
(213) 637-7498
Douglas Leal
(213) 637-7498
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O.R.E. PROGRAMS
YOUNG ADULT MINISTRY / PASTORAL JUVENIL (cont.)
CONTACT/O
Formación de Especialización Básica para Agentes de Pastoral Juvenil
Se realizan en centros destinados por cada Mesa Regional, 20 sesiones/3 horas c/u.
Formación de Especialización Avanzada en Pastoral Juvenil
Dos años teóricos, seis meses de práctica parroquial donde implementan un proyecto.
Talleres de Formación Complementarios para Líderes y asesores de Pastoral Juvenil
Talleres de capacitació n específica dentro del Ministerio con Jóvenes Adultos.
PJLA Radio / PJLA Noticias
Programa de radio de jóvenes para jóvenes, viernes (9-10 pm), sábados (8-9 pm) 87.7 FM.
Alberto Embry
(213) 637-7355
Alberto Embry
(213) 637-7355
Alberto Embry
(213) 637-7355
Alberto Embry
(213) 637-7355
YOUTH MINISTRY / MINISTERIO PARA JOVENES ADOLESCENTES
Katie Zeigler
(213) 637-7616
Katie Zeigler
(213) 637-7616
Christina Lamas
(213) 637-7674
Heather MacDonald
(805) 682-5500
Katie Zeigler
(213) 637-7616
(805) 682-5500
(310) 833-3541
Christina Lamas
(213) 637-7674
Christina Lamas
(213) 637-7674
Christina Lamas
(213) 637-7674
Christina Lamas
(213) 637-7674
Christina Lamas
(213) 637-7674
Katie Zeigler
(213) 637-7616
O.R.E.
Youth Ministry Resource Day
April 8, 2014
A day of ongoing formation for adults in ministry with young people.
National Certificate Program in Youth Ministry Studies
Training courses offering tools and techniques for those in ministry with youth.
2014 courses: June 21-22, June 23-24, July 19-20, & July 21-22
Youth Ministry Celebration Dinner
June 14, 2014
An evening of fun at the Cathedral for adults in ministry with young people.
Camp Big Deal
June 23-27, 2014
A week-long retreat for junior-high youth of the Santa Barbara Region.
Christian Leadership Institute
Aug. 3-8, 2014
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.
Santa Barbara SAW – July 28-August 1 2014
Heather MacDonald
SAW South – July 28-August 1, 2014
George Vasquez
Confirmation Catechist, Youth Ministry, Young Adolescent Specializations
Two-day training in specific areas of ministry with young people.
Confirmation Catechist / Youth Ministry
Aug. 16-17 & 23-24, 2014
Young Adolescent (Jr. High)
Aug. 16-17 & 23-24, 2014
Especialización para Catequistas de Confirmación
Cursos con especialización, talleres y entrenamiento.
Capacitación para la Liturgia de la Confirmación
Día de formación para coordinadores, catequistas o equipos.
Día de Capacitación para Retiros con Adolescentes de Confirmación
Día de formación con catequistas de confirmación y líderes de grupos de adolescentes.
Equipo Direccional para el Sacramento de la Confirmación
Ayudar a coordinar la visión e implementación del entrenamiento y formación.
National Conference on Catholic Youth Ministry (NCCYM) Dec. 4-6, 2014
A national conference for adults who serve in ministry with young people.
Youth Ministry / Confirmation / Junior High Ministry
Program development, support, training and formation for coordinators and teams.
San Fernando/Our Lady of the Angels regions
Christina Lamas
San Gabriel/San Pedro regions
Katie Zeigler
Santa Barbara Region
Heather MacDonald
Spanish-speaking Confirmation Programs
Christina Lamas
(213) 637-7674
(213) 637-7616
(805) 682-5500
(213) 637-7674
REGIONAL CONGRESSES / CONGRESOS REGIONALES
San Fernando Regional Congress
San Pedro Regional Congress
Santa Barbara Regional Congress
San Gabriel Regional Congress
O.L.A. Regional Congress
September 20, 2014
September 27, 2014
October 11, 2014
October 18, 2014
October 25, 2014
Margaret Sardo
Karina Plascencia
Sue Spies
TBA
David Lara
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(818) 365-5123
(562) 630-6272
(805) 569-1135
(626) 960-9344
(310) 216-9587
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COMMITTEES
CONGRESS COMMITTEE
Sr. Edith Prendergast
Paulette Smith
Christina Lamas
Jan Pedroza
Dolly Anderson
Jim Anderson
Erin Avila
Jonathan Avila
Greg Boyer
Jo Galang
Val Galang
Ron Garcia
Albert Guerra
Nancy King
Dave Lavendier
Tina Lavendier
Jane Martineau
Layne Martineau
Ramona Meza
Santiago Meza
Keith Morlock
Robert Williams
Michael Fike
Gail Gresser
Mary Janus
Sheryl Lange
Monica Miller Luther
Valerie MacRae
Elizabeth Mullen
Fe Musgrave
Maryann Nguyen
Linda Roehm
Margaret Traxler
John West
Fran Curry
Pat Davis
Melinda Evangelista
Guadalupe Garcia
Silvia Hernandez
Margaret Maldonado
Pat McGlynn
Brian McMahon
Gabriela Medina
Jose Alex Moreno
Olinda Navas
Hector Quiroz
Evelyn Ribas
Lucia Richer
Ted Richer
Isabel Rincon
LITURGY COMMITTEE
John Flaherty
Sr. Edith Prendergast
Paulette Smith
Christina Lamas
Katya Acuña
Brian Custer
REGISTRATION COMMITTEE
Jan Pedroza
Paulette Smith
Joanna Aguilar
Chris Krause
Diana Salinas
Joyce Alpaugh
Eileen Bonaduce
Katie Carmody
AND OUR SPECIAL THANKS AND APPRECIATION TO . . .
O.R.E.
THE MANY DEDICATED PEOPLE
including the behind-the-scenes “Blue Angels,” under the direction of Jo Galang; audio/video
“Yellow Jackets,” under the direction of Ron Garcia; the Communications Team, including Val Galang
and Dan McLoon; the Deaf/Hard of Hearing/Sign Language interpreters Amy Hart, Tracy Clark, Larry
Lopez; and the hundreds of others who contribute hundreds of volunteer hours
before and during Congress to make this event a success!
THE FOLLOWING FOR THEIR WORK AND SUPPORT:
Valerie MacRae for Registration and Program Book cover art, for the Arena environment and for
planning our Sacred Space in Convention 304, as well as the many contributing artists; Linda Roehm
for flower arrangements; George Westlund for his photography; and the student sacristans and acolytes
of Loyola Marymount University and Mount St. Mary’s College.
OUR LITURGY AND PRAYER SERVICE COORDINATORS:
Youth Day Liturgies: Katie Zeigler; Friday Liturgies: Edwin Ambrosia, Deacon Ron Baker, Sandra
Colindres, Bill Duckett, Sarah Gafvert, Christina Lamas, Kim & Van Nguyen, Dawn & Frank Ponnet,
Vikki Shepp, Katie Tassinari; Friday Prayer Services: Kelly McGlouglin, Dale Severding; Saturday
Morning Praise: Douglas Leal, Jane Richardson; Saturday Liturgies: Sr. Jean Marie Cihota, Judy Girard,
Katie Hernandez, David Lara, Joe Martinez, Mary Meier, Giovanni Perez, Audrey & Andy Shaw,
David Valenzuela, Pam Wagner; Saturday Prayer Services: Nancy Longo, Eve Moir, Dan Peplinski.
OUR MINISTERS OF LITURGICAL MOVEMENT:
Donna Anderle, Betsey Beckman, Christine Engelfried, Kristin Kissell, Monica Luther,
Nicole Masero, Ann Myers with the St. Finbar Liturgical Movement Team, Kristina Ortega,
Ginny Temple, Michael Tompkins, Michelle Yim, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy,
and Consuelo & John West with the Valyermo Troupe.
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
We are grateful to
LITURGICAL PRESS
(Booths 105, 107)
for providing the Congress lanyards.
We would also like to thank the
CATHOLIC EDUCATION FOUNDATION
for providing the Congress participant
gift bags this year.
We are grateful to
LOYOLA PRESS
(Booths 337, 339, 341, 343, 436, 438...)
for sponsoring the Stations of the Cross
in Sacred Space.
And we thank
CRIBARI VINEYARDS
for their contribution
of all altar wine at Congress 2014.
We are appreciative of the
U.S. CONFERENCE OF CATHOLIC BISHOPS
(Booths 357, 359, 361)
for providing the two portable device
charging stations.
In gratitude to
LITURGY TRAINING PUBLICATIONS
(Booths 415, 417, 419, 421, 423, 425)
for gifting Congress with registration
scholarships for the next eight years in
memory of frequent Congress speaker
Mr. Bob Piercy (1958-2011).
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
We gratefully acknowledge the following companies for their generous sponsorship of the listed speakers
and performing artists. To find their books, music or where to obtain their materials, please refer to the
booth number listings.
THE LITURGICAL PRESS
(Booths 105, 107)
Michael Downey
Richard Gaillardetz
Diana Macalintal
Timothy Radcliffe
Paul Turner
C. Vanessa White
CATHOLIC RELIEF SERVICES
(Booths 412, 414)
Thomas Awiapo
Joyce Francois
David Garcia
Ron Hansen
William Headley
Bishop Kicanas
Ted Miles
Joe Symkowick
Carolyn Woo
OCP
(Booths 443, 445, 542, 544)
Donna Anderle
Steve Angrisano
Anna Betancourt
Bob Fabing
Robert Feduccia
Santiago Fernandez
Jackie Francois
Stella Garcia-Lopez
Sarah Hart
Glenda Hernandez
ValLimar Jansen
Frank Jansen
Tom Kendzia
Carol Jean Kinghorn
Carey Landry
Rudy Lopez
Jesse Manibusan
Pedro Rubalcava
Curtis Stephan
Trevor Thomson
Christopher Walker
GIA
(Booths 121, 123, 125, 220, 222, 224)
Tony Alonso
David Anderson
Chris de Silva
Rob Galea
David Haas
Marty Haugen
Liam Lawton
Donna Peña
HARPERONE
(Booth 306)
Jim Martin
Jonathan Morris
IMAGE BOOKS /
RANDOM HOUSE
(Booths 313, 315, 317)
John Allen
Robert Barron
Ron Rolheiser
LOYOLA PRESS
(Booths 337, 339, 341, 343, 436...)
Joe Paprocki
Julianne Stanz
OUR SUNDAY VISITOR
CURRICULUM DIVISION
(Booths 401, 403, 405, 500, 502, 504)
John Burland
Joe Kempf
Hosffman Ospino
Joseph White
PARACLETE PRESS
(Booths 227, 229)
Thomas Groome
Colleen Griffith
Sybil MacBeth
Thomas Scirghi
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PAULIST PRESS
(Booths 316, 318)
Michael Downey
Richard Gaillardetz
Richard Leonard
Josephine Lombardi
James Martin
SADLIER
(Booths 324, 326, 328, 330, 332)
Timothy Matovina
Donald Senior
Victor Valenzuela
RCL-BENZIGER
(Booths 301, 303, 305, 307, 400...)
Nancy Bird
Francisco Castillo
Richard Fragomeni
Rose Pacatte
Maruja Sedano
Maureen Sulllivan
ST. MARY’S PRESS
(Booths 601, 603, 605, 607, 700...)
Steven Ellair
VERITAS RELIGION
(Booths 201, 203, 205, 300, 302, 304)
Thomas Groome
WORLD LIBRARY
PUBLICATIONS
(Booths 137, 139, 141, 143, 236...)
Tony Alonso
John Angotti
Meredith Augustin
Mary Birmingham
Andrew Chinn
Anne Frawley-Mangan
Jerry Galipeau
Jacob & Matthew Band
Peter Kolar
Michael Mangan
Michael McGrath
Rafael Moreno
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O.R.E.
AVE MARIA PRESS
(Booths 475, 477, 479, 574, 576, 578)
Louis Cameli
Tom Corcoran
Lisa Hendey
Sarah Reinhard
Michael White
Robert Wicks
ENDOWMENT CONTRIBUTORS
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 Directors of
Religious Education, Adult Educators, Young Adults and Youth Ministers to pursue graduate studies. It is our hope that
every Director of Religious Education and Director of Youth Ministry will be given the opportunity to receive a master’s
degree in Religious Education/Religious Studies.
Those who registered online could contribute to this Fund, as well as those who made an additional contribution through
mail-in registrations. As of January 31, 676 people responded with contributions totaling $9,906. We sincerely appreciate
and acknowledge their contributions. Because of thoughtful contributions year after year, we have passed the $1 million
mark, and are currently enabled to offer financial assistance to 18 lay ministers involved in Parish Catechetical Ministry
and related areas in Youth, Young Adult and Adult Formation.
$410 DONATION
Marine Corps Camp Pendleton
$175 DONATION
Monica Dang
$150 DONATION
Steve Duncan
$100 DONATION
John Baranowski
Maria Barcelo-Hernandez
Ruth Brenner
Antonia David-Wright
Rosalie Elder
Cory Escuadro
James Knipper
Jennifer Kroeger
Dr. Ann McElaney-Johnson
Susan Murphy
Huong Pham
Vic Reichert
Anne Marie Reyes
Gloria Roque
Thomas Wheeler
$70 DONATION
Lawanda Allen
Nick Jordan
Deacon Charles Reyburn
$60 DONATION
Likang Chao
Susan Tan
$50 DONATION
Carol Averill
Donald F Averill, EdD
Rosario Bayon
Jan Bradley
Tri Bui
Jeanine Diaz de Rivera
Ramon Escuadro
Patt Gogo
Emma Gonzales
Bertha Hernandez
James W. Hopp
Mary A. Hopp
Wayne Hubert
Noel Jaderstrom
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Michael Kuchar
Celeste Lindemann
Karryann Luttge
Carole Minkin
Thu-Van Pham
Sandra Rankin
Hillary Reyburn
DebbeLynn Russell
Joseph Schwab
Kari Simmons
Winifred Soares
Robert Trout
Mary Troutman
Rodney Troutman
Elbert Worland
$40 DONATION
Mary Ann Macias
$30 DONATION
Jose Arvizu
Rosemary Arvizu
Shawnee Baldwin
Jane Bell
Brian Bernardis
David Brady
Terri Brown
Stan Fitzgerald
Cassandra A. Goehner
Deacon J. Barry Harper
Frank Hathaway
L. Hicks
Leslie Maulhardt
Stephen Maulhardt
Ruth D. Mendoza
Edward Osiadacz
Karen Prestigiacomo
Anita Ramirez
Liliana Roberto
Timothy Roberto
Dorothy Ryan
Cyd Sartoris
Rosa Sepulveda
Jennifer Sumcad
$25 DONATION
Felipe Ballon
Daniel Barona
Rev. John Bohrer
Timothy Brown
Stephan Bruce
Sandra Brue
Christopher Caenepeel
Chris Carstens
Silvia Chiesa
Thomas Clegg
Sr. Kathee Corrigan, SUSC
Rev. David Costa
James Day
Marilyn Day
Daniel Diepenbrock
Paula Diepenbrock
Deacon Ike Edie
Dennis Ehling
Peggy Ehling
Johanne Enemark
Mary Fair
Edward Fassett, SJ
Barbara Garcia
James Givens
Beatrice Halk
Barbara Hicks
Katherine Johns
Sandra Kearney
Jaime Lopez
Greg LoVetere
Theresa Terri McDonald
Dave McKeown
Sue Mountain
Maureen Neglia
Craig Noke
Judi Nuccio
James Parke
Ana Pearson
Deacon Dennis Pearson
Robynann Pelina
Terry Riley
Patricia Ruth
Eric Saca
Kathryn Sickavish
Colleen Soracco
Mari Thorkelson
Leif Trondsen
Mark Weber
Eileen Williams
Fr. Christian Woerz, SDB
Laura Woodworth-Gibson
$20 DONATION
Susana Alfaro
Jess Balan
Josefino Balan
Rose Barry
Gerard Campbell
Byron Crowell
Deborah DelHoyo
Gary Dowsey
Rosann Filice
Kathleen Gerry
Kristi Keith
Catherine Kroetch
Charlene Lipoth
Rose Marden
LeAnne Martinez
Paul Martinez
Becky Matakas
MaryAnn Millar
Duane Morningred
Kitty Murphy
Bich-Hao Nguyen
Nga My (Theresa) Nguyen
Robert Nicholas
Ursula O’Keeffe
Angel Otarola
Duane Overby
Darlene Post
Lucena Sakumoto
Beverly Santen
Piedad (Patty) Santiago
Rosalie Shomon
Ann Simmons
Michael Soentgerath
Bill Sparks
Tania Storrs
Margie Thomas
Carol Tunney
Roberta Verderico
Monika Vu
Uyen Vu
Frances Weaving
Richard Williamson
Manda Young
Phil Argento
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ENDOWMENT CONTRIBUTORS
$15 DONATION
Alene Griffin
Jim Little
Jean Liwanag
Marie Norris
Roland Wilhelmy
Olive Murphy RSM
Brenda Murtha
Thao Nguyen
Thuy Nguyen
Maria-Grace Nucum
Elaine O’Connor
Peggy O’Donnell
Kim O’Gara
Steve O’Gara
Nuala O’Gorman
Alyssa Okuniewicz
Christine Ontiveros
Ligaya Opoc
Milagros Ortega
Daniel Padilla
Franc Pamintuan
Helen Pamintuan
Deacon Luc Papillon
Diana Papillon
Barbara Patton
Abe Pearlman
Mary Pearlman
Teranie Pelch
Robert Perez
Kim Tuyen Pham
Perla Plascencia
Roxana Polio
Valerie Ramos
Sister Maria Rocha
Ricardo Rodriguez
Therese Rodriguez
Mary T. Ruiz
Barbara Sanchez
Fausto Sanchez
Maria Dolores Sanchez
Ron Sanchez
Wendy Scherbart
Jeffrey Seaman
Kim Shrum
Arla Sigarlaki
Paul Skippen
Christina Smith
Jon Sornborger
Suzette Sornborger
Jeanne Steer
Marcia Stimatz-Elchesen
Cynthia Stiso
Carol Stone
Marjorie Tavarez
Joseph Tembrock
Judith Tembrock
David Tompsett
Joyce Tompsett
Jose Torres
Thuyanh Tran
Rita E. Trejo
Juan Valencia
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Mediatrix Valera
Dorian Valles
Sharon Van Dyke
Gerry Warkentine
Sr. Mary Patrice Watson
Fr. Thomas Weise
Linda Westler Dentino
Linda Williams
Michael Wright
Ron Zanoni
Fran Zonfrillo
$5 DONATION
Yolanda Aceves
Elsa Aguilera
Elsa Aguilera
Jose Aguirre, Jr.
Leticia Aguirre
Issa Amaya
Theresa Anderson
Gloria Anguiano
Haleen Armijo
Ronald Armijo
Linda Augustin
Janine Aurora
Jeanne Austin
Jed Banayat
Sandra Bean
Janet Bearden
Julia Beck
Matthew Beck
Deacon Robert Beidle
Sue Beidle
Arlene Belenzo
Carol Bennett
Kelli Benz
Patricia Bissin
Mary Ann Bode
Jan Boudreau
Beverly Bromley
Cheryl Broussard
Gloria Buccat
Margie Bueno
Mary Buettner
Regina Bunye
Christina Burke
Robert Burke
Diane Bustos
Wendy C.
Mary Caenepeel
Marisela Camberos
Alice Camille
Jose Cardenas
Rosalinda Cardenas
Pablo Carmona
Maria Susana Carrillo
Cornelio A. Castro
Maria Castro
O.R.E.
$10 DONATION
Guy Alden
Sylvia V. Aljentera
Cathy Allen
Pat Allen
Leisa Anslinger
Antonio Avila
Enrique Baez
Monica Banken
Emilio Banuelos
Rachel Barron
Mary Becker
Dennis Blair
Mary Blair
Kenneth Blakeman
Bonnie Boquer
Tony Boquer
Linda Brisuela
Derek Brown
Susan Bruner
Scotia Burrell
Arline Bustamante
Leticia Bustamante-Corona
Nilda Luz Cabardo
Angeli Cabinian
Roberto Calderon
Mina Clark
Donna Coduti
Toni Colombo
Juanita Cordero, RCWP
Monica Cortes
Deborah Crowe
Susan Csikesz
Edward DaCorsi
James Dacosta
Bernard Dansart
Sharon Davis
Martha Deffe
Gene Delmore, SJ
Kay Easley
Peggy Egan
Elsa Espino
Paul Flores
Cynthia Fogarty
Jim Fogarty
Nancy Franks
Guenther Franzen
Susan Fusselman
Gigi Galardi
Kirk Galbreath
Laurie Galbreath
Carl Gallinger
James Ganton
Mary Ganton
Irene Garcia
Jorge Garcia
Sarah Garcia
Mark Gately
David Genders
Teresa Geraldez
Donna Gilham
Nora Gintowt
Mary Glynn
Fr. Jose Goopio
Kathy Gross
Marjorie Habenicht
Rosemary Hall
Karin Hennings
Jesus Hernandez
Kathryn Houston
Stephen Hryniewicki
Rose Hudson
Diana Hughes
Monica Hughes
Connie Jada
Elsy James
Roxanne Jones
Fr. Paul Kavanagh
Kathleen Keller
Richard Keller
William Kenny
Joanne King
Soveida Knowles
John Komenkul
Elizabeth Lachtman
Daniel Langlois
Patricia Laybourne
Deacon Dan Leetch
Bernard Liwanag
Carolyn Lyons
Irene Macri Lyon
Margaret Madden
Monsignor Jon Majarucon
Yolanda Mancino
Fr. Herman Manuel, SVD
Ken Martinet
Peggy Martinet
Maria Glenda Maunahan
Molly McCarthy
Joanne McCoy
Robert McKay
David Melton
Ana Maria Mendoza
Antonio Mendoza
Salvatore Milano, Sr.
Catherine Mitchell
Laura Montgomery
Patrice Morace
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ENDOWMENT CONTRIBUTORS
$5 DONATION
Tiffany Galvan
Dulce Kuniyuki
Simone Castruita
Alfredo Garcia
Deborah Kurilchyk
Elena Catipon
Anabel Garcia
Judy Labaria
Gustavo Catipon
Sandra Garcia
Andree LaFrance
Sandra Cea
Dolores Garland
Danielle LaFrance
Simona Cecil
Haydee Garza
Kandy Lainez
Nellie Cesena
Steve Garza
Michelle Lainez
Araceli Chavez
Astrid Gasca
Ivan Lara
Yolanda Cherry
Monique Gelineau
Rosa Lara
Don Chesney
Lynn M. Giotto
Imelda Larcia
Jennifer Chocholek
Ma Go
Patricia Layman
Maria-carmen Cipres-Cedillo Maria Ines Gomez Nunez
Lily Le
Leah Clark
Aracely Gonzalez
Melinda Leekin
Sylvia Clark
Rodrigo Gonzalez
Carla Lies
Roxanna Clower
Terry Gonzalez
Tina Lindberg
Suzanne Coffer
Carmel Little
Gian Paola Grant
Brian Conroy
Nancy Loesch
Cecile Gray
Gerard Convento
Ana L. Lopez
Msgr David Greka
Julianne Coscarart
Sergio Lopez
Angelica Guillen
Daniel Culbertson
Rosemary Lopresti
Georgia Gutierrez
Charito Dalton
Kenderton Lynch
Richard Gutierrez
Valnell Davis
Kristin Lynch
Richard Guzman
Adolfo de Luna
Crisinda Lyons
Deacon Greg Halamicek
Charlotte Deane
Gotum Mahasher
Tina Halamicek
Leo Dechant
Janet Malacane
Sharon Halsey-Hoover
Karina del Castillo
Navas Marcos
Audrey Hamamoto
Maria Victoria del Cid
Bob Marshall
Joseph Hamamoto
Frances Dela Cruz
Myriam Marshall
Ilianna Hauptman
Nancy Dewey
Billy Martin
Julie Heath Elliott
Eileen Dickson
Marylu Martin
Fernando Heredia
Kathleen Ding
Sharon Martin
Regina Heredia
Karen Dix
Christine Martinez
Michael Hernandez
Douglas Domingo-Foraste
Margarita Martinez
Ileana Herrera
Aileen Douglas
Lucy Martinez Ruiz
Heidi Hicks
Willie Douglas
Romail Masih
Nancy Hogan
Maria Duarte
Mary Mayer-Oakes
Cathy Holden
Blaise Eitner
Jim McEachern
Kathleen Holert
Susan Ewert Butterfield
John McGlynn
David Hoover
Sr. Veronica Fajardo
Rebecca McLoughlin
Bertha Huerta
Gina Felter
Karen Mellos
Sheila Hughes-Tembrock
Anthony Fernandez
Barbara A. Menendez
Anna Jackson
Kim Figueredo
Joseph Michon
Otis Jackson
Kathy Filice
Linda Michon
Priscilla Jackson
Marlin Filipek
Annie Millar
Berty Jacobo
Theresa Fitzgerald
Ann Miller
Carlos Jaimes
Danilo Flor
Susan Monserret
Mary Lou Jaimes
Maria Socorro Flor
María de Jesús Montalvo
Debra Johnson
Evie Fong
Janice Moore
Corine Robledo Juarez
Michele Frawley
Paula Moses
Carla Jung
Sonya Frazier-Stepps
Mark Mossa
Andrew Kang
Aracelis Freeberg
Mary Kay Munroe
Beth Kin
Gary Freeberg
Kenneth Murphy
Adrienne Kitley
Eduardo Fresquez
Karen Murray
Elizabeth Krevitz
Rosaura Fresquez
Anthony Napoli
Janine Krevitz
Jennifer Frost
Nellie Newman
Marie Ellen Kuhel
Carlie Frye
Tram Nguyen
Brigid Kumler
Magda Funk
Miguel Noriega
Andy Kuniyuki
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Norma Noriega
Richard Norman
Olivia Nunez
Brenda O Tighearnaigh
Antonio Ortiz
Yolanda Ortiz
Giglia Parker
Karen Pavic Zabinski
Arleen Pelster
Nick Pelster
Angelito Peries
Linda Peters
Mary Ann Petro
Sr. Nhong Phan, FMI
Phillip Phil
Martha Plumb
Elizabeth Pott
Laura Presley
Paul Prine
Alexis Racela
Leonard Ramirez
Loretta Ramirez
Rachel Ramirez
Cynthia Ramold
Tracy Randolph
Christine Regis
Kathy Rhody
Victoria Rios
Navas Rita
Carlin Ritter
Jesse Robles
Tina Rockdale
Guadalupe Rodriguez
Jean Rodriguez
Donna Roeck
Sharoon Rokas
Lourdes Romo
Megan Rossing
Joanne Rousculp
Joel Rowley
Maria Elena Ruiz
Theresa Ruiz
Thomas Sabol
Magda Saborio-Saldana
Manny Salazar
Rosella Salazar
Andrew Saldana
Ventura Santiago
Anthony Sarboraria
Jennifer Schmid
Carol Schultz
Karen Shaffer
James Smith
Stephanie Smith
Miriam Soikkeli
Eileen Soltis
Maria Soto
Kerry-Anne Spanner
Florence Stapleton
Alan Steinke
Janice Strobach
Ed Tacke
Katherine Tam
Maria Belinda Te
Franco Teleg
Yolanda Teuffer
Margaret Tiltges
Irma Torres
Rita Torres
Ashley Tran
Frances Tuminting
Ann Tweedy
Jack Tweedy
Gina Uy
Michael Van Antwerp
Dan Vernor
Sister Ginny Vissing
Fr. Andrew Vollkommer
Lisa Walston
Marie Walton
Barbara Wehan
Jim Wehan
Richard Welch
Loreen Wilhelmy
Stephanie Williamson
Mary Wirtes
Patricia Wolfe
Kamran Yaqoob Gill
Michelle Yuzdepski
Paula Zimmermann
Eliza Zugg
Josi Zugg
Maisie Zugg
Patricia Zugg
Maria Zuniga
$2 DONATION
Lailani Gachalian
Donna Kulleck
$1 DONATION
Maureen Arevalo
Barbara Coleman
Wayne Coleman
Karen Crouse, osf
Noriza Escalante
Vilma Escobar
Eileen Huddleston
William Jennings
Alana Miller
Lourdes Olmedo
Beth Romero
Jessica Vitente
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California D (Ballroom Level - 2nd floor)
Huntington (Concourse Level - 4th floor)
Laguna (Concourse Level - 4th floor)
Hilton Anaheim Hotel
777 Convention Way
Anaheim, CA 92802
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Hilton Anaheim Hotel Food Options
(714) 750-4321
Mix
Daily: 6:00 am - 10:00 pm
Food Court:
Daily: 9:00 am - 10:00 pm
• Sbarro • Baja Fresh Express
• Just Grillin’ • Submarina
Starbucks
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Anaheim Marriott Hotel Workshop Locations
Elite Ballroom
 Grand Ballroom A-E
Grand Ballroom F-K
 Marquis Ballroom Center South
 Marquis Ballroom North
 Orange County Ballroom
 San Diego Room
Anaheim Marriott Hotel
700 W Convention Way
Anaheim, CA 92802
Anaheim Marriott Hotel Food Options
Café del Sol
JW’s Steakhouse
Pizza Hut
Starbucks
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Daily: 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Daily: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
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Garden Room
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1855 S. Harbor Blvd.
Anaheim, CA 92802
Sheraton Park Hotel Food Options
Molly’s Kitchen
Overland Stage
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CATEGORY
American
NAME
Café del Sol, Cheesecake Factory, House of Blues,
Rainforest Cafe, Red Robin, Red’s Pasta Kitchen,
Tony Roma’s
Asian Fusion
Roy’s
Brewery
JT Schmid’s Brewery, Oggi’s Pizza & Brewing Co.
Café
La Brea Bakery Café
California Cuisine Napa Rose Restaurant, Tangerine Grill & Patio
Chinese
Grand China, P.F. Chang’s
Coffee
Starbucks
Family
Bubba Gump Shrimp Co., Captain Kidd’s, Coco’s
Bakery & Restaurant, Denny’s, Disney’s PCH Grill,
Goofy’s Kitchen, IHOP, Johnny Rockets, Millie’s
Restaurant, Mimi’s Cafe, Mix, Molly’s Kitchen,
Storyteller’s Café, Tiffy’s Family Restaurant
Fast Food
Alerto’s, California Pizza, Carl’s Jr., Del Taco, El Pollo
Loco, Jack In The Box, McDonald’s, Panda Kitchen,
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Food Court
Italian
Star Burger, Taco Bell
Baja Fresh Express, Just Grillin’, Sbarro, Submarina
Anaheim White House, Buca di Beppo, Carolina’s
Italian Cuisine, Marri’s Pizza, Naples Ristorante e
Pizzeria, TusCA
Louisiana Cuisine Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen
Mediterranean
Catal Restaurant & Uva Bar
Mexican
La Casa Garcia, Los Sanchez, Mi Casita Grill, Palm
Tree Café, Taco Mi Pueblo, Tortilla Jo’s
Multicultural
American Tavern
Pizza
Domino’s Pizza, Pizza Hut, Shakey’s
Sandwiches
Earl of Sandwich, Subway
Seafood
Joe’s Crab Shack, McCormick & Schmick’s, Mr. Stox
Sports Bar
ESPN Zone
Steakhouse
JW’s Steakhouse, Morton’s The Steakhouse,
Outback Steakhouse, Overland Stage & Territorial,
Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, Steakhouse 55
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LOCATION
PHONE
FRIDAY HOURS
SATURDAY HRS
SUNDAY HOURS
Alerto’s Mexican Food ............. 1770 S Harbor Blvd #128 ........ (714) 817-6932 ........7am - 1:30am ........... 7am - 1:30am............. 7am - 11:30pm
American Tavern...................... 1221 S Harbor Blvd ................. (714) 400-9104 ........6:30am - 10:30pm .... 6:30am - 10:30pm...... 6:30am - 10:30pm
Anaheim White House ............. 887 S Anaheim Blvd ................ (714) 772-1381 ........11:30am - 10pm ....... 5pm - 10pm................ 11am - 10pm
Baja Fresh Express ................. Hilton Hotel .............................. (714) 750-4321 ........9am - 10pm .............. 9am - 10pm................ 9am - 10pm
Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. ........ 321 W Katella Ave Ste 101 ...... (714) 635-4867 ........11am - 11pm ............. 11am - 11pm .............. 11am - 10pm
Buca di Beppo ......................... 11757 Harbor Blvd ................... (714) 740-2822 ........11:30am - 11pm ........ 11:30am - 11pm ......... 11:30am - 10pm
Café del Sol ............................. Marriott Hotel ........................... (714) 748-2454 ........6:30am - 10pm ......... 6:30am - 10pm........... 6:30am - 10pm
California Pizza........................ 1770 S Harbor Blvd #140 ........ (714) 772-7207 ........8am - 12mid ............. 8am - 12mid ............... 8am - 12mid
California Pizza Kitchen........... 321 W Katella Ave Ste 104 ...... (714) 991-0305 ........11am - 11pm ............. 11am - 11pm .............. 11am - 10pm
Captain Kidd’s ......................... 1550 S Harbor Blvd ................. (714) 491-4788 ........7am - 11pm .............. 7am - 11pm ................ 7am - 11pm
Carolina’s Italian Cuisine ......... 12045 Chapman Ave ............... (714) 971-5551 ........11am - 12mid............ 11am - 12mid ............. 11am - 10pm
Catal Restaurant & Uva Bar .... Downtown Disney .................... (714) 774-4442 ........5pm - 11pm .............. 5pm - 11pm ................ 5pm - 10pm
Cheesecake Factory................ 321 W Katella Ave Ste 100 ...... (714) 533-7500 ........11:30am - 12:30 am . 11:30am - 12:30 am ... 10am - 11pm
Clancy’s Clubhouse ................. 2191 S Harbor Blvd ................. (714) 750-7500 ........4pm - 11pm .............. 4pm - 11pm ................ 4pm - 11pm
Coco’s Bakery & Restaurant ... 1100 W Katella Ave.................. (714) 772-0414 ........6:30am - 12mid ........ 6:30am - 12mid .......... 6:30am - 11pm
Coco’s Family Restaurant ....... 12032 Harbor Blvd ................... (714) 750-7477 ........6:30am - 12mid ........ 7am - 12mid ............... 7am - 11pm
Del Taco................................... 2330 S Harbor Blvd ................. (714) 971-5239 ........24 hours ................... 24 hours ..................... 24 hours
Denny’s.................................... 1168 W Katella Ave.................. (714) 774-1680 ........24 hours ................... 24 hours ..................... 24 hours
Denny’s.................................... 1610 S Harbor Blvd ................. (714) 776-3300 ........24 hours ................... 24 hours ..................... 24 hours
Disney’s PCH Grill ................... Paradise Pier ........................... (714) 239-5682 ........7am - 9pm ................ 7am - 9pm.................. 7am - 9pm
Domino’s Pizza ........................ 12911 Chapman Ave ............... (714) 750-2224 ........10am - 1am .............. 10am - 1am................ 10am - 12mid
Earl of Sandwich...................... Downtown Disney .................... (714) 817-7476 ........8am - 12mid ............. 8am - 12mid ............... 8am - 11pm
El Pollo Loco............................ 110 W Ball Rd .......................... (714) 776-7195 ........9am - 10pm .............. 9am - 10pm................ 9am - 10pm
ESPN Zone.............................. Downtown Disney .................... (714) 300-3776 ........11am - 10pm ............ 11am - 10pm .............. 11am - 10pm
Goofy’s Kitchen ....................... Disneyland Hotel ..................... (714) 778-6600 ........7am - 9pm ................ 7am - 9pm.................. 7am - 9pm
Grand China ............................ 575 Chapman .......................... (714) 740-1888 ........11am - 10pm ............ 11am - 10pm .............. 11am - 10pm
House of Blues ........................ Downtown Disney .................... (714) 778-2583 ........11am - 12mid............ 11am - 12mid ............. 11am - 11pm
IHOP ........................................ 1560 S Harbor Blvd ................. (714) 635-0933 ........24 hours ................... 24 hours ..................... 24 hours
IHOP ........................................ 1840 S Harbor Blvd ................. (714) 663-1600 ........24 hours ................... 24 hours ..................... 24 hours
Jack In The Box ....................... 2210 S Harbor Blvd ................. (714) 740-1131 ........6am - 3am ................ 6am - 3am.................. 6am - 3am
Joe’s Crab Shack .................... 12011 S Harbor Blvd................ (714) 703-0505 ........11am - 12mid............ 11am - 12mid ............. 11am - 12mid
Johnny Rockets ....................... 321 W Katella Ave Ste 320 ...... (714) 491-1800 ........11am - 10pm ............ 11am - 10pm .............. 11am - 9pm
JT Schmid’s Brewery ............... 2610 E Katella Ave .................. (714) 634-9200 ........11am - 12mid............ noon - 11pm ............... noon - 11pm
Just Grillin’ ............................... Hilton Hotel .............................. (714) 750-4321 ........9am - 10pm .............. 9am - 10pm................ 9am - 10pm
JW’s Steakhouse ..................... Marriott Hotel ........................... (714) 703-3187 ........5pm - 9pm ................ 5pm - 9pm.................. 5pm - 9pm
La Brea Bakery Café ............... Downtown Disney .................... (714) 490-0233 ........8am - 9pm ................ 8am - 9pm.................. 8am - 9pm
La Casa Garcia........................ 531 Chapman .......................... (714) 740-1108 ........8am - 11pm .............. 8am - 11pm ................ 8am - 11pm
Marri’s Pizza ............................ 1194 W Katella Ave.................. (714) 533-1631 ........11am - 12mid............ 11am - 12mid ............. 11am - 12mid
McCormick & Schmick’s .......... 321 W Katella Ave Ste 109 ...... (714) 535-9000 ........11:30am - 11pm ........ 11:30am - 11pm ......... 11:30am - 10pm
McDonald’s .............................. 1500 S Harbor Blvd ................. (714) 491-0563 ........24 hours ................... 24 hours ..................... 24 hours
Mi Casita Grill .......................... 1700 S Harbor Blvd ................. (714) 772-5900 ........5am - 10:30pm ......... 5am - 10:30pm........... 5am - 10:30pm
Millie’s Restaurant ................... 1480 S Harbor Blvd ................. (714) 535-6892 ........6am - 12mid ............. 6am - 12mid ............... 6am - 12mid
Mimi’s Cafe .............................. 1400 S Harbor Blvd ................. (714) 956-2223 ........7am - 11pm .............. 7am - 11pm ................ 7am - 11pm
Mix ........................................... Hilton Hotel .............................. (714) 750-4321 ........6am - 10pm .............. 6am - 10pm................ 6am - 10pm
Molly’s Kitchen......................... Sheraton Park.......................... (714) 750-1811 ........6am - 10:30pm ......... 6am - 10:30pm........... 6am - 10:30pm
Morton’s The Steakhouse ........ 1895 S Harbor Blvd ................. (714) 621-0101 ........5:30pm - 11pm ......... 5:30pm - 11pm ........... 5pm - 10pm
Mr. Stox ................................... 1105 E Katella Ave................... (714) 634-2994 ........11:30am - 10pm ....... 5:30pm - 10pm........... 5:30pm - 10pm
Napa Rose Restaurant ............ Grand Californian .................... (714) 300-7170 ........5:30pm - 10pm ......... 5:30pm - 10pm........... 5:30pm - 10pm
Naples Ristorante e Pizzeria ... Downtown Disney .................... (714) 776-6200 ........11am - 11pm ............. 11am - 11pm .............. 11am - 11pm
Oggi’s Pizza & Brewing Co...... 12362 Chapman Ave ............... (714) 534-3599 ........11am - 11pm ............. 11am - 11pm .............. 11am - 10pm
Outback Steakhouse ............... 12001 Harbor Blvd ................... (714) 663-1107 ........4pm - 11pm .............. noon - 11pm ............... noon - 10pm
Overland Stage & Territorial .... Sheraton Park.......................... (714) 750-1811 ........5pm - 11pm .............. 5pm - 11pm ................ 5pm - 10pm
P.F. Chang’s ............................. 321 W Katella Ave Ste 120 ...... (714) 507-2021 ........11am - 12mid............ 11am - 12mid ............. 11am - 11pm
Palm Tree Café........................ Clarion Hotel ............................ (714) 750-3131 ........6:30am - 10pm ......... 6:30am - 10pm........... 6:30am - 10pm
Panda Kitchen ......................... 1770 S Harbor Blvd #120 ........ (714) 999-6888 ........11am - 11:30pm ........ 11am - 11:30pm ......... 11am - 11:30pm
Pizza Hut ................................. 521 W Chapman Ave ............... (714) 740-2300 ........10am - 1am .............. 10am - 1am................ 10am - 1am
Pizza Hut ................................. Marriott Hotel ........................... (714) 750-8000 ........11am - 11pm ............. 11am - 11pm .............. 11am - 11pm
Rainforest Cafe........................ Downtown Disney .................... (714) 772-0413 ........8am - 12mid ............. 8am - 12mid ............... 8am - 11pm
Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen. Downtown Disney .................... (714) 776-5200 ........11am - 11pm ............. 11am - 11pm .............. 11am - 10pm
Red Robin................................ 12007 S Harbor Blvd ............... (714) 971-4775 ........11am - 11pm ............. 11am - 11pm .............. 11am - 10pm
Red’s Pasta Kitchen ................ 1850 S Harbor Blvd ................. (714) 750-2801 ........6:30am - 10pm ......... 7:30am - 10pm........... 7:30am - 10pm
Roy’s........................................ 321 W Katella Ave Ste 105 ...... (714) 776-7697 ........5pm - 10:30pm ......... 5pm - 10:30pm........... 5pm - 10pm
Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse ......... 2041 S Harbor Blvd ................. (714) 750-5466 ........5pm - 10pm .............. 4:30pm - 10pm........... 4:30pm - 9pm
Sbarro ...................................... Hilton Hotel .............................. (714) 750-4321 ........9am - 10pm .............. 9am - 10pm................ 9am - 10pm
Shakey’s .................................. 1027 S Harbor Blvd ................. (714) 533-0440 ........11am - 11pm ............. 11am - 11pm .............. 11am - 10pm
Star Burger .............................. 1770 S Harbor Blvd #132 ........ (714) 956-5456 ........10am - 1am .............. 10am - 1am................ 10am - 12mid
Starbucks................................. Marriott Hotel ........................... (714) 750-8000 ........6am - 9pm ................ 6am - 9pm.................. 6am - 9pm
Starbucks................................. Hilton Hotel .............................. (714) 750-4321 ........6am - 10pm .............. 6am - 10pm................ 6am - 9pm
Steakhouse 55......................... Disneyland Hotel ..................... (714) 778-6600 ........7am - 10pm .............. 7am - 10pm................ 7am - 10pm
Storyteller’s Café ..................... Grand Californian .................... (714) 635-2300 ........7am - 10pm .............. 7am - 10pm................ 7am - 10pm
Submarina ............................... Hilton Hotel .............................. (714) 750-4321 ........9am - 10pm .............. 9am - 10pm................ 9am - 10pm
Subway .................................... 1770 S Harbor Blvd #136 ........ (714) 535-3277 ........24 hours ................... 24 hours ..................... 24 hours
Taco Mi Pueblo ........................ 1188 W Katella Ave.................. (714) 778-3100 ........7am - 4am ................ 7am - 4am.................. 7am - 4am
Tangerine Grill & Patio ............. 1030 W Katella Ave ................. (714) 772-1186 ........7am - 10pm .............. 7am - 10pm................ 7am - 10pm
Tiffy’s Family Restaurant ......... 1060 W Katella Ave ................. (714) 635-1801 ........6am - 2am ................ 6am - 2am.................. 6am - 2am
Tony Roma’s ............................ 1640 S Harbor Blvd ................. (714) 520-0200 ........11am - 11pm ............. 11am - 11pm .............. 11am - 10pm
Tortilla Jo’s ............................... Downtown Disney .................... (714) 535-5000 ........11am - 10pm ............ 11am - 10pm .............. 11am - 10pm
TusCA ...................................... 11999 Harbor Blvd ................... (714) 740-6047 ........6:30am - 10pm ......... 6:30am - 10pm........... 6:30am - 10pm
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EXHIBITOR CATEGORIES
Curriculum
Veritas Religion ...................................201, 203, 205, 300, 302...
William H Sadlier, Inc. .........................324, 326, 328, 330, 332
Diocesan Organization
Byzantine Eparchy of Phoenix............181, 183
Catholic Cemeteries............................463, 465, 467
Diocese of Orange ..............................512, 514, 516, 518
Diocese of San Bernardino .................160, 162
Office of Parish Life - L.A. ..................451
Office of Religious Education..............329, 428
Office of Restorative Justice ...............458, 460
Technology Center - ORE ...................431, 530
Vocations Office ..................................446, 448, 450
Disability Ministry
Friendship Ministries ...........................665
Ministerio Amistad/Friendship Min. ....665
Education Institution
Aquinas Institute of Theology..............180
Boston College School of Theology ..108, 110
Catholic Theological Union .................288
Creighton Univ. Graduate Programs ..591
Dominican School of Philosophy .......485
Fordham University 184
Franciscan School of Theology ..........311, 410
Jesuit School, Santa Clara Univ. .......102
Loyola University, New Orleans ..........100
Loyola Marymount University .............513, 515, 517, 612, 614...
Loyola University Chicago - IPS .........114
Magis Center .......................................156
Mount St. Mary’s College, L.A. ...........147, 149, 151, 153, 252
Oblate School of Theology..................191
Sacred Heart School of Theology.......689
Saint John’s School of Theology ........211
Saint Joseph High School...................567
Saint Joseph’s College........................740
Santa Clara University .......................92
Thomas Aquinas College ....................491
Univ. of Dallas School of Ministry........660
University of San Diego ......................587
World Youth Alliance ...........................744
Educational Programs
Catholic Charities of Orange County ..677
Catholic Mobilizing Network................163
Endow..................................................682
Healing the Culture .............................158
School of Applied Theology ................98
Educational Resources
African American Catholic Center.......562, 564
Evangelization Resources
Paulist Evangelization Ministries ........319, 321
Faith & Justice
Get on the Bus ....................................456
Homeboy Industries ............................284, 286
Life, Justice and Peace-L.A./Orange ...462
St. Camillus Center .............................468
Faith-based Tours
Executours Travel Service ..................610
Gourmet Food/Baskets
The Tomorrow Project ........................453
Icon Art & Jewelry
Sofia Christine .....................................742
International Association
Int’l Catholic Stewardship Council ......647
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Adult Faith Formation
Little Rock Scripture Study..................200
Art Works John August Swanson, Artist ..............533, 632, 630
Madonna Arts ......................................270
Pamela T. Hardiman Liturgical Art ......90
Poor Clare Sisters of Rwanda & Italy .673
Richard A. Jarrett Stained Glass.........580
Srs. of Holy Names/Clay Creations ....290
Tori … Art on Fire ................................253
Bibles
American Bible Society .......................146, 148
Fireside Catholic Publishing................481, 483
Books
Ave Maria Press ..................................475, 477, 479, 574, 576...
David Whyte ........................................413
Eerdmans Books for Young Readers .480, 482
HarperOne...........................................306
Image Books .......................................313, 315, 317
Megan McKenna - Wayfarer’s Tale ....344
Paulist Press .......................................316, 318
Paulist Press Book Center ..................308, 310, 312, 314
Random House / Image Books...........313, 315, 317
Books & Videos
Family Theater Productions ................416, 418, 420
Fr. Tony Ricard-KnightTime Ministries .714
Guadalupe Radio ................................522, 523, 524, 525
Holy Cross Family Ministries...............416, 418, 420
Hombre Nuevo ....................................522, 523, 524, 525
Nest Family Entertainment .................474
Torch3m: Dominican Movies & Magic 487
Twenty-Third Publications ...................217, 219
Word on Fire Catholic Ministries .........145
Camp & Conference Center
Alpine Camp and Conference Center 713
Candles Acadian Candle Company ..................640, 642
Marklin Candle Design ........................131, 133, 230, 232
Root Candles.......................................185, 187
Cards, Bookmarks, Magnets
Cards by Anne.....................................233
Catechesis
NCCL...................................................422
Catholic Schools
Dept. of Catholic Schools - L.A. .........466
Celtic & Irish Art
O’Keeffe Religious Articles..................281, 283
Children’s Resources
Herald Entertainment ..........................613, 615
Pauline Books & Media .......................175, 177, 179, 274, 276...
Christian Service Organization
Holy Land Franciscans .......................663
SCRC ..................................................582
Society of St. Vincent de Paul, L.A. ...648, 650
Unbound ..............................................484
Church Goods
Meyer-Vogelpohl Co. ..........................237
Computer Software
Gradelink .............................................170
Ministry Tracker ...................................691
ParishSOFT.........................................384
Craft Supplies & Gifts
A Thread of Hope Guatemalan Trade 182
Concern America.................................223, 225
Plowsharing Crafts ..............................687
Soft Saints, Inc. ...................................553, 652
Tutwiler Quilts ......................................683
Vietnam Artistic Crafts & Books ..........620, 622
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Religious Art
Al’s Art..................................................291
Ancient Arts Stained Glass .................257
Creator Mundi Distinctive Art & Gifts ..228
Lalo Garcia Sacred & Fine Art Studio .129
Notre Dame Creations ........................115, 117, 214, 216
SHCJ Art / France White .....................245, 247
Val MacRae Designs...........................241, 243
Religious Articles
3 Arches/HolyLandShopping.com ......262, 264, 266, 268
Cathedral Gift Shop.............................118, 120, 122
Ecumenicus USA ................................165, 167, 169, 171
Fundación Ramon Pane .....................529, 628
Gifts from the Holyland .......................571
Multicultural Resources / Gift Center ..277
St. Andrew’s Abbey .............................619, 621, 623, 718, 720...
Tree of Life Imports, Inc. .....................586
Verbum Dei Libreria Catolica ..............649, 651, 653, 748, 750...
Religious Books
ACTA Publications...............................380, 382
Baker Publishing Group ......................624
Buena Prensa .....................................206
Catholic Book Publishing Corp. ..........366, 368, 370
Cistercian Publications........................204
Crossroad Publishing Company .........320, 322
Gethesemani Libreria Catolica ...........387, 389, 391, 486, 488...
Give Us This Day - Liturgical Press ....101, 103
Ignatius Press......................................541, 543, 545, 547
Liguori Publications .............................501, 503, 505, 600, 602...
Liturgical Press ....................................105, 107
Liturgy Training Publications ...............415, 417, 419, 421, 423...
Loyola Press........................................337, 339, 341, 343, 345...
Magnificat ............................................111, 210
New City Press of the Focolare ..........672
Paraclete Press ...................................227, 229
Saint John’s Bible................................202
Wipf and Stock Publishers ..................657, 659
Religious Education Resources
California Catholic Conference ...........363, 365, 367, 369
Catholic Media Resources ..................746
Catholic Relief Services ......................412, 414
Center for Ministry Development ........379, 381
Creative Communications for Parish ..213
Franciscan Media ................................457, 459, 461, 556, 558...
Good Ground Press ............................347
National Catholic Educational Assoc. .86, 88
Orbis Books .........................................348, 350, 352
Our Sunday Visitor Curriculum Div. ...401, 403, 405, 500, 502...
Our Sunday Visitor Publishing ............407, 409, 411, 506, 508...
Pflaum Publishing Group ....................351, 353
RCL Benziger ......................................301, 303, 305, 307, 400...
Saint Mary’s Press ..............................601, 603, 605, 607, 609...
The Storykeepers ................................585
Religious Jewelry
Compelling Creations, Inc. ..................275, 374
Contreras Religious Art .......................561, 563, 565
Faith-Sharing, Inc. ...............................664
My Saint My Hero................................178
Religious Life
California Jesuits and Lay Partners ....261, 263, 265, 267
Capuchin Franciscans ........................189
Carmelite Friars ..................................667
Claretian Missionaries.........................386
Congregation of the Sacred Hearts ....690
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Lay Religious Order
Secular Franciscan Order ..................684
Liturgical Furnishings
Anthem Church Supply, Inc. ...............375, 377
Liturgical Furniture
The Wood & Iron Factory, Inc. ............675
Liturgical Vestments
Chagall Design Limited .......................157, 159, 256, 258
CM Almy ..............................................552
Cotter Church Supplies .......................575, 577, 674, 676, 678...
Liturgy & Music Resources
OCP .....................................................443, 445, 542, 544
Spiritandsong.com - a div. of OCP......437, 439, 441, 536, 538...
World Library Publications ..................137, 139, 141, 143, 236...
Military Chaplain
U.S. Air Force Chaplain Corps............711
Ministry Resources
Abbey Press ........................................172
Catholic Ministry with Lesbian & Gay .464
Claretian Publications .........................388
Concordia Publishing House ..............641, 643, 645
Fecom-Americas .................................271
Franciscan Friars/Srs. of Atonement ..668
Group...................................................280, 282
Hershey & Associates .........................174, 176
Hispanic Ministry Resource Center ....388
Native American Concerns - L.A. .......584
RENEW International ..........................150
Retrouvaille .........................................551
Sandalstrap .........................................164, 166, 168
Mission Catholic Legislative Network...............161
Franciscan Mission Service ...............671
Lay Mission-Helpers Association ........476
Maryknoll Fathers & Brothers .............348, 350, 352
Mission Haiti: Hands Together ............489
Mission Office - Los Angeles Arch. ....447, 449
Missionary Catholic Volunteer Network ................662
Comboni Missionaries.........................383, 385
Mission Doctors Association ...............478
Oblate Vocations .................................323
Catholic Association of Music .............371
Ceili Rain .............................................91
Dennis Doyle / Incarnation Music .......346
GIA Publications, Inc. ..........................121, 123, 125, 220, 222...
Katrina Rae / Mizpah Ministries ..........260
Steve Angrisano ..................................710
ValLimar Jansen & Frank Jansen .......251
Music / Intergenerational Ministry
Jesse Manibusan / 2 x 2 Ministries.....152
Music/Religious Apparel
Joe Melendrez Ministries ....................581, 583
Newspaper
National Catholic Reporter ..................390
Online Resources
The Five Loaves..................................588
Pilgrimages
Catholic Travel Centre ........................452
Radio & TV Media
El Sembrador Ministries ......................537, 636, 637, 638, 639...
Religious Apparel
CATgear ..............................................712
La Cruz T-Shirts ..................................186, 188
Liturgical Apostolate Center ................138, 140, 142
Seraph 7 Clothing Company...............340, 342
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De La Salle Christian Brothers ...........606, 608
Dominican Sisters ...............................470
Glenmary Home Missioners ...............670
Marianist Province...............................356, 358, 360, 362, 364
Priests of the Sacred Heart (SCJ) ......686
Saint John’s Abbey .............................209
Sisters of Charity of the BVM..............679
Society Devoted to the Sacred Heart .106
Society Divine Savior: Salvatorians ....685
Vincentian Family ................................644, 646
Religious Publication
America Press .....................................244
Catechist Magazine ............................349
Commonweal Magazine .....................113
Little Books of Saginaw. ......................656, 658
RTJ’s Creative Catechist.....................215
The Word Among Us...........................112
USCCB / Vatican .................................357, 359, 361
Religious Software
Parish Data System ............................669
Retreat Facility
Ponderosa Pines Christian Camp ......688
St. Anne in the Mountains Center .......681
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LOCATION
Retreats & Seminars
Franciscan Renewal Center ...............566
Greg Wasinski - “Let Me Be…” Min. ..104
Hard as Nails .......................................661
Mary & Joseph Retreat Center ...........285, 287
Sisters of Providence ..........................376, 378
Spanish Religious Resources
Editorial Verbo Divino ..........................469, 471
Librería San Pablo ..............................625, 627, 629, 631, 724...
Ministerio Biblico Verbo Divino ...........568, 570
USAMadrid Books...............................557
Supplies & Gifts
Sunrise Printery...................................590
Teen Resources
Life Teen Inc. .......................................546, 548, 550
Outside da Box....................................520
Vocations Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange ..........509, 511
Youth Resources
Cornerstone Media .............................611
Girl Scouts, Camp Fire & Boy Scouts 709
NET Ministries .....................................212
Salesian Youth Ministry .......................246, 248, 250
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3 Arches USA / HolyLandShopping.com ....................262, 264, 266, 268....................(714) 538-7431 ..............www.holylandshopping.com
A Thread of Hope Guatemalan Fair Trade .................182...............................................(617) 308-7026 ..............www.athreadofhope.org
Abbey Press................................................................172...............................................(800) 325-2511 ..............www.carenotes.com
Acadian Candle Company ..........................................640, 642......................................(952) 888-6464 ..............www.acadiancandles.com
ACTA Publications ......................................................380, 382......................................(773) 271-1030 ..............www.actapublications.com
African American Catholic Center for Evangelization 562, 564......................................(323) 777-2106 ..............www.aaccfe.com
Alpine Camp and Conference Center ........................713...............................................(909) 337-6287 ..............www.alpine-cc.org
Al’s Art .........................................................................291...............................................(818) 205-8952 [email protected]
America Press.............................................................244...............................................(212) 581-4640 ..............www.americamagazine.org
American Bible Society ...............................................146, 148......................................(888) 239-3976 ..............www.bibles.com
Ancient Arts Stained Glass .........................................257...............................................(310) 832-7613 ..............www.AncientArtsStainedGlass.com
Anthem Church Supply, Inc. .......................................375, 377......................................(760) 745-8177 ..............www.anthemchurchsupply.com
Aquinas Institute of Theology .....................................180...............................................(314) 256-8806 ..............www.ai.edu
Ave Maria Press..........................................................475, 477, 479, 574, 576, 578 ..(800) 282-1865 ..............www.avemariapress.com
Baker Publishing Group ..............................................624...............................................(616) 676-9185 ..............www.bakerpublishing.com
Boston College School of Theology & Ministry ..........108, 110 ......................................(617) 552-6535 ..............www.bc.edu/stm
Buena Prensa .............................................................206...............................................(800) 858-5450 ..............www.litpress.org
Byzantine Catholic Eparchy of Phoenix .....................181, 183......................................(602) 861-9778 ..............www.eparchyofphoenix.org
California Catholic Conference ...................................363, 365, 367, 369....................(916) 313-4019 ..............www.cacatholic.org
California Jesuits and Lay Partners ............................261, 263, 265, 267....................(408) 884-1632 ..............www.jesuitscalifornia.org
Capuchin Franciscans - Western America Province ..189...............................................(805) 686-4127 ..............www.beafriar.com
Cards by Anne ............................................................233...............................................(888) 766-7761 ..............www.cardsbyanne.com
Carmelite Friars - Order of Carmelites Vocations ......667...............................................(771) 791-8209 ..............www.carmelites.net
Catechist Magazine ....................................................349...............................................(800) 543-4383 ..............www.catechist.com
CATgear ......................................................................712...............................................(352) 636-8750 ..............www.catgear.com
Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels Gift Shop ..........118, 120, 122 .............................(877) 680-5277 ..............www.olacathedralgifts.com
Catholic Association of Music .....................................371...............................................(914) 699-1953 ..............www.CAMmusic.com
Catholic Book Publishing Corp. ..................................366, 368, 370.............................(877) 22/-2665 ...............www.catholicbookpublishing.com
Catholic Cemeteries....................................................463, 465, 467.............................(213) 637-7801 ..............www.LACatholicCemeteries.org
Catholic Charities of Orange County ..........................677...............................................(714) 347-9600 ..............www.ccoc.org
Catholic Legislative Network.......................................161...............................................(916) 313-4014 ..............www.cacatholic.org
Catholic Media Resources ..........................................746...............................................(657) 444-7685 ..............catholicmediaresources.com
Catholic Ministry with Lesbian and Gay Persons .......464...............................................(323) 255-4461 ..............www.la-archdiocese.org/org/cmlgp
Catholic Mobilizing Network........................................163...............................................(202) 541-5290 ..............www.catholicsmobilizing.org
Catholic Relief Services ..............................................412, 414......................................(619) 618-2363 ..............www.crs.org
Catholic Theological Union .........................................288...............................................(773) 371-5450 ..............www.ctu.edu
Catholic Travel Centre ................................................452...............................................(800) 553-5233 ..............www.gocatholictravel.com
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Catholic Volunteer Network ........................................662...............................................(301) 270-0900 ..............www.catholicvolunteernetwork.org
Ceili Rain .....................................................................91 .................................................(615) 818-3538 ..............www.ceilirain.com
Center for Ministry Development ................................379, 381......................................(253) 853-5422 ..............www.cmdnet.org
Chagall Design Limited ...............................................157, 159, 256, 258....................(310) 537-9530 ..............www.chagalldesign.com
Cistercian Publications................................................204...............................................(800) 858-5450 ..............www.litpress.org
Claretian Missionaries.................................................386...............................................(312) 236-7846 ..............www.claretians.org
Claretian Publications .................................................388...............................................(312) 544-8147 ..............www.claretianpubs.org
CM Almy ......................................................................552...............................................(800) 225-2569 ..............www.almy.com
Comboni Missionaries ................................................383, 385......................................(626) 339-1914 [email protected]
Commonweal Magazine .............................................113 ...............................................(212) 662-4200 ..............www.commonwealmagazine.org
Compelling Creations, Inc...........................................275, 374......................................(770) 394-3598 ..............www.compelling-creations.com
Concern America ........................................................223, 225......................................(714) 953-8575 ..............www.concernamerica.org
Concordia Publishing House ......................................641, 643, 645.............................(800) 325-3040 ..............www.cph.org
Congregation of the Sacred Hearts ............................690...............................................(505) 993-2442 ..............www.sscc.org
Contreras Religious Art ...............................................561, 563, 565.............................(760) 741-9978 ..............www.contrerasreligiousart.com
Cornerstone Media .....................................................611 ...............................................(707) 431-8336 ..............www.cornerstonemedia.org
Cotter Church Supplies...............................................575, 577, 674, 676, 678, 680 ..(213) 385-3366 ..............www.cotters.com
Creative Communications for the Parish ....................213...............................................(800) 321-0411 ..............www.creativecommunications.com
Creator Mundi Distinctive Sacred Art & Gifts..............228...............................................(800) 894-8148 ..............www.creatormundi.com
Creighton University Graduate Programs ..................591...............................................(402) 280-2424 ..............gradschool.creighton.edu
Crossroad Publishing Company .................................320, 322......................................(845) 517-0180 ..............www.crossroadpublishing.com
David Whyte................................................................413...............................................(360) 221-1324 ..............www.davidwhyte.com
De La Salle Christian Brothers ...................................606, 608......................................(202) 529-0047 ..............www.brothersvocation.org
Dennis Doyle / Incarnation Music ...............................346...............................................(818) 240-1000 ..............english.glendale.edu/doyle.a.html
Department of Catholic Schools - L.A. Archdiocese ..466...............................................(213) 637-7313 ..............www.la-archdiocese.org/Pages/Schools
Diocese of Orange ......................................................512, 514, 516, 518....................(714) 282-3015 ..............www.rcbo.org/respect-life
Diocese of San Bernardino .........................................160, 162......................................(909) 475-5140 ..............www.sbdiocese.org
Dominican School of Philosophy & Theology ............485...............................................(510) 883-2073 ..............www.dspt.edu
Dominican Sisters .......................................................470...............................................(415) 939-5873 ..............www.sanrafaelop.org
Ecumenicus USA ........................................................165, 167, 169, 171....................(609) 937-7799 ..............www.religiousmerchandise.com
Editorial Verbo Divino..................................................469, 471......................................011-34-948-556-505 ......www.verbodivino.es
Eerdmans Books for Young Readers .........................480, 482......................................(800) 253-7521 ..............www.eerdmans.com
El Sembrador Ministries..............................................537, 636, 637, 638, 639, 736... ..(818) 700-4938 ..............www.elsembrador.org
Endow (Educating on the Nature, Dignity of Women)..682...............................................(720) 382-5242 ..............www.EndowGroups.org
Executours Travel Service ..........................................610...............................................(310) 552-0786 ..............www.executours.com
Faith-Sharing, Inc........................................................664...............................................(800) 559-0514 ..............www.faith-sharing.com
Family Theater Productions ........................................416, 418, 420.............................(800) 874-0999 ..............www.familytheater.org
Fecom-Americas .........................................................271...............................................(713) 854-4347 [email protected]
Fireside Catholic Publishing .......................................481, 483......................................(800) 676-3264 ..............www.firesidecatholic.com
Fordham Univ. Grad. School of Religious Education ...184...............................................(718) 817-4808 ..............www.fordham.edu/gre
Fr. Tony Ricard - KnightTime Ministries ......................714...............................................(504) 236-8828 ..............www.FatherTony.com
Franciscan Friars and Sisters of the Atonement ........668...............................................(800) 338-2620 ..............www.atonementfriars.org
Franciscan Media........................................................457, 459, 461, 556, 558, 560 ..(800) 488-0488 ..............www.americancatholic.org
Franciscan Mission Svc./Franciscan Action Network ...671...............................................(202) 832-1762 ..............www.franciscanmissionservice.org
Franciscan Renewal Center .......................................566...............................................(480) 948-7460 ..............www.thecasa.org
Franciscan School of Theology ..................................311, 410 ......................................(510) 848-5232 ..............www.FST.edu
Friendship Ministries ...................................................665...............................................(888) 866-8966 ..............www.friendship.org
Fundación Ramon Pane .............................................529, 628......................................(954) 885-1507 ..............www.fundacionpane.org
Get on the Bus ............................................................456...............................................(818) 980-7714 ..............www.getonthebus.com
Gethesemani Libreria Catolica ...................................387, 389, 391, 486, 488, 490 ..(323) 262-7904 ..............www.gethesemani.com
GIA Publications, Inc. ..................................................121, 123, 125, 220, 222, 224 ..(800) 442-1358 ..............www.giamusic.com
Gifts from the Holyland ...............................................571...............................................(888) 336-3275 ..............www.giftsfromtheholyland.com
Girl Scouts, Camp Fire & Boy Scouts ........................709...............................................(626) 967-1815 ..............www.laccs.org
Give Us This Day - Liturgical Press ............................101, 103......................................(888) 259-8470 ..............www.giveusthisday.org
Glenmary Home Missioners .......................................670...............................................(513) 881-7410 ..............www.glenmary.org
Good Ground Press ....................................................347...............................................(651) 690-7010 ..............www.goodgroundpress.com
Gradelink .....................................................................170...............................................(800) 742-3083 ..............www.gradelink.com
Greg Wasinski - “Let Me Be…” Ministries ..................104.......................................................................................www.wasinski.com
Group ..........................................................................280, 282......................................(800) 447-1070 ..............www.group.com
Guadalupe Radio ........................................................522, 523, 524, 525....................(626) 444-4442 ..............www.guadaluperadio.com
Hard as Nails...............................................................661...............................................(888) 498-2255 ..............www.hanm.org
HarperOne ..................................................................306...............................................(415) 477-4400 ..............www.harperone.com
Herald Entertainment ..................................................613, 615......................................(972) 984-1848 ..............www.brotherfrancisonline.com
Hershey & Associates .................................................174, 176......................................(206) 463-4550 ..............www.terryhershey.com
Hispanic Ministry Resource Center ............................388...............................................(312) 544-8147 ..............www.hispanic-ministry.com
Holy Cross Family Ministries ......................................416, 418, 420.............................(800) 299-7729 ..............www.familyrosary.org
Holy Land Franciscans ...............................................663...............................................(202) 526-6800 ..............www.myfranciscan.com
Hombre Nuevo ............................................................522, 523, 524, 525....................(626) 444-4442 ..............www.hombrenuevo.net
Homeboy Industries ....................................................284, 286......................................(323) 526-1254 ..............www.homeboy-industries.org
Ignatius Press .............................................................541, 543, 545, 547....................(415) 387-2324 ..............www.ignatius.com
Image Books / Random House ..................................313, 315, 317.............................(719) 264-5695 ..............www.imagecatholicbooks.com
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International Catholic Stewardship Council ................647...............................................(800) 352-3452 ..............www.catholicstewardship.org
Jesse Manibusan / 2 x 2 Ministries.............................152...............................................(817) 917-6394 ..............jessemanibusan.com/home/
Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University....102...............................................(800) 824-0122 ..............www.scu.edu/jst
Joe Melendrez Ministries ............................................581, 583......................................(210) 683-6003 ..............www.rosaryrap.com
John August Swanson, Artist ......................................533, 632, 630.............................(310) 649-1210 ..............www.johnaugustswanson.com
Just Coffee / Café Justo..............................................651...............................................(520) 364-3532 ..............www.justcoffee.org
Katrina Rae / Mizpah Ministries ..................................260...............................................(615) 822-4815 ..............www.katrinarae.com
La Cruz T-Shirts ..........................................................186, 188......................................(310) 702-0475 ..............www.lacruztshirts.com
Lalo Garcia Sacred & Fine Art Studio.........................129...............................................(818) 365-8003 ..............www.lalogarcia.com
Lay Mission-Helpers Association ................................476...............................................(213) 368-1873 ..............www.laymissionhelpers.org
Librería San Pablo ......................................................625, 627, 629, 631, 724, 726... (800) 569-0929 ..............www.sanpablolax.com
Life Teen Inc. ...............................................................546, 548, 550.............................(404) 252-8815 ..............www.lifeteen.com
Life, Justice and Peace - Archdiocese of Los Angeles
& Diocese of Orange ................................................462...............................................(213) 637-7236 ..............www.la-archdiocese.org/org/oljp
Liguori Publications .....................................................501, 503, 505, 600, 602, 604 ..(800) 325-9521 ..............www.liguori.org
Little Books of the Diocese of Saginaw, Inc. ..............656, 658......................................(989) 797-6653 ..............www.littlebooks.org
Little Rock Scripture Study .........................................200...............................................(800) 858-5434 ..............www.littlerockscripture.org
Liturgical Apostolate Center ........................................138, 140, 142.............................(213) 250-7962 ..............www.pddm.us/LiturgicalCenter
Liturgical Press............................................................105, 107......................................(800) 858-5450 ..............www.litpress.org
Liturgy Training Publications .......................................415, 417, 419, 421, 423, 425 ..(800) 933-1800 ..............www.ltp.org
Loyola Institute for Ministry, New Orleans ..................100...............................................(504) 865-2109 ..............lim.loyno.edu
Loyola Marymount University .....................................513, 515, 517, 612, 614, 616 ..(310) 338-5788 ..............www.lmu.edu
Loyola Press ...............................................................337, 339, 341, 343, 436, 438... (800) 621-1008 ..............www.loyolapress.com
Loyola Univ. Chicago, Institute of Pastoral Studies ....114 ...............................................(800) 424-1238 ..............www.luc.edu/ips
Madonna Arts ..............................................................270...............................................(619) 297-4931 ..............www.madonnaarts.com
Magis Center...............................................................156...............................................(949) 271-2727 ..............www.magisreasonfaith.org
Magnificat ....................................................................111, 210 ......................................(914) 502-1846 ..............www.magnificat.com
Marklin Candle Design................................................131, 133, 230, 232....................(603) 746-2211 ..............www.marklincandledesign.com
Mary & Joseph Retreat Center ...................................285, 287......................................(310) 377-4867 ..............www.maryjoseph.org
Maryknoll Fathers & Brothers .....................................348, 350, 352.............................(888) 627-9566 ..............www.maryknollsociety.org
Megan McKenna - The Wayfarer’s Tale .....................344.......................................................................................www.meganmckenna.org
Meyer-Vogelpohl Co. ..................................................237...............................................(800) 543-0264 ..............www.mvchurchgoods.com
Ministerio Amistad / Friendship Ministries ..................665...............................................(888) 866-8966 ..............www.friendship.org
Ministerio Biblico Verbo Divino ...................................568, 570......................................(909) 383-9030 ..............www.verbodivino.org
Ministry Tracker ...........................................................691...............................................(360) 450-3542 [email protected]
Mission Doctors Association .......................................478...............................................(213) 368-1875 ..............www.MissionDoctors.org
Mission Haiti: Hands Together ....................................489...............................................(626) 403-6139 [email protected]
Mission Office - Los Angeles Archdiocese .................447, 449......................................(213) 637-7501 ..............www.missionsla.org
Mount St. Mary’s College, Los Angeles......................147, 149, 151, 153, 252 ...........(213) 477-2640 ..............www.msmc.la.edu
Multicultural Resources / Gift Center ..........................277...............................................(213) 351-9510 [email protected]
My Saint My Hero .......................................................178...............................................(424) 772-1100 ..............www.mysaintmyhero.com
National Catholic Educational Association .................86, 88 ..........................................(800) 711-6232 ..............www.ncea.org
National Catholic Reporter..........................................390...............................................(800) 333-7373 ..............www.ncronline.org
Native American Concerns - L.A.Arch. Ministry .........584...............................................(323) 583-1766 [email protected]
NCCL...........................................................................422...............................................(202) 524-4628 ..............www.nccl.org
Nest Family Entertainment .........................................474...............................................(800) 988-6378 ..............www.bestbibledvds.com
NET Ministries .............................................................212...............................................(651) 450-6833 ..............www.netusa.org
New City Press of the Focolare ..................................672...............................................(845) 229-0335 ..............www.newcitypress.com
Notre Dame Creations ................................................115, 117, 214, 216 ....................(805) 558-5182 ..............www.inthebetween.com
Oblate School of Theology .........................................191...............................................(210) 341-1366 ..............www.ost.edu
Oblate Vocations .........................................................323...............................................(618) 394-6454 ..............www.omiusa.org
OCP.............................................................................443, 445, 542, 544....................(877) 271-3786 ..............www.ocp.org
Office of Parish Life - Los Angeles Archdiocese ........451...............................................(213) 637-7533 ..............www.la-archdiocese.org/org/parishlife
Office of Religious Education......................................331, 430......................................(213) 637-7346 ..............www.la-archdiocese.org/org/ore
Office of Restorative Justice .......................................458, 460......................................(213) 438-4820 ..............www.la-archdiocese.org/org/orj
O’Keeffe Religious Articles..........................................281, 283......................................(626) 444-3817 [email protected]
Orbis Books.................................................................348, 350, 352.............................(888) 627-9566 ..............www.orbisbooks.com
Our Sunday Visitor Curriculum Division .....................401, 403, 405, 500, 502, 504 ..(800) 348-2440 ..............www.osvcurriculum.com
Our Sunday Visitor Publishing ....................................407, 409, 411, 506, 508, 510 ..(800) 348-2440 ..............www.osvparish.com
Outside da Box ...........................................................520...............................................(630) 242-4898 ..............www.outsidedabox.com
Pamela T. Hardiman Liturgical Fiber Art .....................90 .................................................(860) 676-9158 ..............pthardiman.com
Paraclete Press...........................................................227, 229......................................(800) 451-5006 ..............www.paracletepress.com
Parish Data System ....................................................669...............................................(843) 413-8016 ..............www.parishdata.com
ParishSOFT ................................................................384...............................................(866) 930-4774 ..............www.parishsoft.com
Pauline Books & Media...............................................175, 177, 179, 274, 276, 278 ..(310) 397-8676 ..............www.pauline.org
Paulist Evangelization Ministries ................................319, 321......................................(800) 237-5515 ..............www.pemdc.org
Paulist Press ...............................................................316, 318......................................(201) 825-7300 ..............www.paulistpress.com
Paulist Press Book Center ..........................................308, 310, 312, 314....................(714) 545-8021 ..............www.paulistpressbookcenter.com
Pflaum Publishing Group ............................................351, 353......................................(800) 543-4383 ..............www.pflaum.com
Plowsharing Crafts ......................................................687...............................................(314) 863-3723 ..............www.plowsharing.org
Ponderosa Pines Christian Camp ..............................688...............................................(909) 867-7037 ..............www.pondo.org
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Poor Clare Sisters of Rwanda & Italy .........................673...............................................(805) 732-1251 [email protected]
Priests of the Sacred Heart (SCJ) ..............................686...............................................(800) 609-5559 ..............www.scjvocation.org
Principles & Choices / Healing the Culture ................158...............................................(855) 664-6598 ..............www.principlesandchoices.com
Random House, LLC / Image Books ..........................313, 315, 317.............................(719) 264-5695 ..............www.imagecatholicbooks.com
RCL Benziger ..............................................................301, 303, 305, 307, 400, 402... (877) 275-4725 ..............www.rclbenziger.com
RENEW International..................................................150...............................................(908) 769-5400 ..............www.renewintl.org
Retrouvaille .................................................................551...............................................(714) 525-0882 ..............www.retrouvaille.org
Richard A. Jarrett Stained Glass Studio .....................580...............................................(760) 788-9243 ..............www.richardajarrett.com
Root Candles ..............................................................185, 187......................................(330) 725-6677 ..............www.rootcandleschurch.com
RTJ’s Creative Catechist ............................................215...............................................(860) 437-3012 ..............www.rtjscreativecatechist.com
Sacred Heart School of Theology...............................689...............................................(414) 425-8300 ..............www.shst.edu
Saint John’s Abbey /School of Theology ....................209...............................................(320) 363-2548 ..............www.abbeyvocations.com
Saint John’s Bible........................................................202...............................................(800) 858-5450 ..............www.sjbible.org
Saint John’s School of Theology • Seminary..............211 ...............................................(800) 361-8318 ..............www.csbsju.edu/sot
Saint Joseph High School...........................................567...............................................(562) 925-5073 ..............www.sj-jester.org
Saint Joseph’s College ...............................................740...............................................(800) 752-4723 ..............online.sjcme.edu
Saint Mary’s Press ......................................................601, 603, 605, 607, 700, 702... (800) 533-8095 ..............www.smp.org
Salesian Youth Ministry...............................................246, 248, 250.............................(562) 925-2250 ..............www.salesianym.org
Sandalstrap .................................................................164, 166, 168.............................(800) 515-0047 ..............www.sandalstrap.com
Santa Clara Univ./Graduate in Pastoral Ministries ....92 .................................................(408) 554-4831 ..............www.scu.edu/pastoralministries
School of Applied Theology Sabbath Programs.........98 .................................................(510) 652-1651 ..............www.satgtu.org
SCRC ..........................................................................582...............................................(818) 771-1361 ..............www.scrc.org
Secular Franciscan Order / St. Francis Region..........684...............................................(714) 521-5333 ..............www.stfrancisregion.org
Seraph 7 Clothing Company ......................................340, 342......................................(713) 823-6442 ..............www.seraph7.com
SHCJ Art / France White.............................................245, 247......................................(626) 345-1666 ..............www.shcj.org/white_reproductions.html
Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary .............679...............................................(847) 650-0464 ..............www.bvmcong.org
Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods ....376, 378......................................(812) 535-2802 ..............www.sistersofprovidence.org
Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange..................................509, 511 ......................................(714) 633-8121 ..............www.csjorange.org
Sisters of the Holy Names / Clay Creations ...............290...............................................(408) 712-8044 ..............www.snjmca.org
Society Devoted to the Sacred Heart .........................106...............................................(818) 772-9961 ..............www.sacredheartsisters.com
Society of St. Vincent de Paul, L.A. Council...............648, 650......................................(888) 552-7872 ..............www.svdpla.org
Society of the Divine Savior: The Salvatorians ..........685...............................................(414) 258-1735 ..............www.salvatorians.com
Sofia Christine .............................................................742...............................................(360) 385-0508 ..............www.sofiachristine.com/byzantine
Soft Saints, Inc. ...........................................................553, 652......................................(714) 505-3127 ..............www.softsaints.com
Spiritandsong.com - a division of OCP.......................437, 439, 441, 536, 538, 540 ..(877) 271-3786 ..............www.spiritandsong.com
St. Andrew’s Abbey .....................................................619, 621, 623, 718, 720, 722 ..(661) 944-1047 ..............www.saintandrewsabbey.com
St. Anne in the Mountains Retreat Center ..................681...............................................(909) 867-2832 ..............www.mountaincatholic.org
St. Camillus Center - HIV /AIDS, Pax Christi .............468...............................................(323) 225-4461 ..............www.stcamilluscenter.org
Steve Angrisano ..........................................................710...............................................(303) 810-6012 ..............www.steveangrisano.com
Sunrise Printery...........................................................590...............................................(323) 936-6259 ..............www.sunriseprintery.com
Technology Center - Office of Religious Education ....431, 530......................................(213) 637-7346 ..............www.RECongress.org
The Five Loaves .........................................................588...............................................(503) 699-7170 ..............www.thefiveloaves.com
The Marianist Province of the United States ..............356, 358, 360, 362, 364 ...........(314) 533-1207 ..............www.marianist.com
The Storykeepers........................................................585...............................................(214) 923-7779 ..............www.storykeepersedu.com
The Tomorrow Project / Catholic Charities .................453...............................................(619) 230-1151 ..............www.tomorrowproject.org
The Wood & Iron Factory, Inc. ....................................675...............................................(619) 710-1660 ..............www.thewoodironfactory.com
The Word Among Us ..................................................112 ...............................................(800) 775-9673 ..............www.wau.org
Thomas Aquinas College ............................................491...............................................(800) 634-9797 ..............www.thomasaquinas.edu
Torch3m: Dominican Movies, Music & Magic.............487...............................................(323) 533-0306 ..............www.torch3m.org
Tori … Art on Fire ........................................................253...............................................(951) 675-0157 ..............www.torisfire.com
Tree of Life Imports, Inc. .............................................586...............................................(800) 300-3335 ..............www.thetreeoflifeimports.com
Tutwiler Quilts..............................................................683...............................................(662) 345-8393 ..............www.tutwilerquilters.org
Twenty-Third Publications...........................................217, 219......................................(800) 321-0411 ..............www.23rdpublications.com
U.S. Air Force Chaplain Corps....................................711 ...............................................(800) 803-2452 ..............www.airforce.com/chaplain
Unbound......................................................................484...............................................(800) 875-6564 ..............www.unbound.org
University of Dallas School of Ministry .......................660...............................................(972) 265-5811 ..............www.udallas.edu/ministry
University of San Diego ..............................................587...............................................(619) 260-4251 ..............www.sandiego.edu/um
USAMadrid Books.......................................................557...............................................(312) 404-3274 ..............www.usamadrid.com
USCCB / Vatican.........................................................357, 359, 361.............................(800) 235-8722 ..............www.usccbpublishing.org
Val MacRae Designs...................................................241, 243......................................(562) 920-1734 [email protected]
ValLimar Jansen & Frank Jansen ...............................251...............................................(909) 240-7884 ..............www.afwmusic.com
Verbum Dei Libreria Catolica ......................................649, 651, 653, 748, 750, 752 ..(323) 722-7275 ..............www.libreriasvd.com
Veritas Religion ...........................................................201, 203, 205, 300, 302, 304 ..(866) 844-0582 ..............www.veritasreligion.com
Vietnam Catholic Artistic Crafts & Books ....................620, 622......................................(714) 260-4570
Vincentian Family........................................................644, 646......................................(650) 949-8890 ..............www.daughtersofcharity.com
Vocations Office ..........................................................446, 448, 450.............................(213) 637-7514 ..............www.lavocations.org
William H Sadlier, Inc. .................................................324, 326, 328, 330, 332 ...........(212) 312-6122 ..............www.sadlier.com
Wipf and Stock Publishers ..........................................657, 659......................................(541) 344-1528 ..............www.wipfandstock.com
Word on Fire Catholic Ministries .................................145...............................................(847) 518-4285 ..............www.wordonfire.org
World Library Publications ..........................................137, 139, 141, 143, 236, 238... (800) 566-6150 ..............www.wlpmusic.com
World Youth Alliance ...................................................744...............................................(212) 585-0757 ..............www.wya.net
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