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George R. Brown Convention Center | Houston, Texas
Sponsored by the Office of Continuing Christian Education
Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston
George R. Brown Convention Center | Houston, Texas
February 10-12, 2011
Ngà̀y 10-12 tháng 2 năm 2011
Febrero 10-12, 2011
Thursday, February 10
for Clergy
Jueves, 10 de Febrero
para el Clero
Friday, February 11
for Catechetical Leaders
Viernes, 11 de Febrero
para líderes catequéticos
Saturday, February 12
for Catechetical Leaders
and Catechists
Sábado, 12 de Febrero
para líderes catequéticos
y catequistas
General Information
Name Badges
Please keep your name badge and any additional tickets with you at the conference. Admission to all conference events is by name tag ONLY.
We request that you wear your name badge or have it with you at all times during the conference.
Conference Information Desk
The Information Desk for the conference is located on the 3rd floor of the George R. Brown Convention Center near Room 350 A. Please use this
area as a lost and found and for your personal assistance needs.
Meal Options
A limited supply of complimentary coffee is available in the exhibit hall each morning. On Friday, lunch is included with the cost of the conference.
No food is included with your registration fee for Saturday.
Lunch options will be made available to you at the conference registration desk. You may purchase lunch from the convention center or area
restaurants or you may wish to bring your own brown bag lunch.
Certifications
A certification form is included in the handbook as a separate sheet. Boxes to collect completed certification forms will be at the Information Desk
and in the General Assembly C Foyer after 4:00 PM on both Friday and Saturday. The completed forms will be sent to your (Arch) diocese.
Evaluations
A conference evaluation form is included in the handbook as a separate sheet. Your cooperation in completing this evaluation is appreciated.
Collection boxes to collect completed forms will be at the Information Desk on Friday and Saturday after 4:00 PM. Evaluations may also be mailed
to T.M. Enterprises at 8404 Jamesport Drive, Rockford, IL 61108 or faxed to 815-332-3476.
Exhibits
The exhibit tables located in Room 351 AF and in 350 DF, feature publishers, bookstores, gift items and service organizations. You are encouraged
to visit this area often and discover the many quality products and services available. One of the benefits of the conference is the opportunity to
see new products and services available for ministry, education and personal spiritual growth.
Hotel Accommodations – special $100/night prize
Each person who stays at the Hilton Hotel is entered into a drawing to win a $100 prize on Friday and/or on Saturday. Winners will be announced
on Friday at 3:30 PM and on Saturday at 3:30 PM in the Exhibit Hall Room 351.
Información General
Gafetes
Para ser admitido a todas las sesiones y eventos de la Conferencia es necesario tener su gafete. Les pedimos que usen y/o carguen SIEMPRE
consigo su gafete durante le Conferencia.
Centro de Información
El Centro de Información esta localizado - “Room# 350 A". Cualquier artículo perdido o encontrado o asistencia que requiera lo puede reportar a
este centro de información.
Opciones de Comida
Una oferta limitada de café está disponible en la sala de exposiciones de cada mañana. El almuerzo del viernes está incluido en el costo de la
conferencia. Los alimentos para el sábado no están incluidos en su cuota de inscripción para el sábado. Almuerzos opcionales estarán a su
disposición en el módulo de registro. Puede comprar almuerzo en el “George R. Brown Convention Center” o en algún restaurante de la zona o
puede que desee llevar su propio almuerzo.
Certificaciones
Un formulario de certificación esta incluida en el manual como una hoja aparte. Cajas de recolección estarán en el centro de información –
Room # 350 A” después de las 4:00 p.m. en ambos dias viernes y sábado. Los formularios de certificación serán enviados a su (Arqui) diócesis.
Evaluaciones
Un formulario de la evaluación para la conferencia se incluye en el manual como una hoja aparte. Su cooperación en la realización de esta
evaluación es apreciada. Cajas para recoger formularios de evaluación estarán en el centro de información los días viernes y sábado después de
las 4:00 PM. Las evaluaciones pueden ser enviadas por correo a T.M. Enterprises 8404 Jamesport Drive, Rockford, IL 61108 o por facsímile al
815-332-3476.
Exhibiciones
Distintas organizaciones, casas editoriales y librerías estarán ubicadas – “Room # 351 AF y # 351 DF". Se les recomienda que visiten esta zona
con frecuencia y descubran los numerosos productos y servicios de calidad disponibles. Uno de los beneficios de la conferencia es la
oportunidad de ver nuevos productos y servicios disponibles para el ministerio, la formación y el crecimiento espiritual personal.
Alojamiento en el Hotel-Premio especial $100
Quienes se hospeden por al menos una noche en el hotel califican para ganar un premio de $100 dólares el viernes y/o el sábado.
Los ganadores serán anunciados el viernes a las 3:30 p.m. y el sábado a las 3:30 p.m. en el vestíbulo "Grand Pavilion."
Tin Tức Tổng Quát
Bảng tên
Làm ơn giữ bảng tên và các các vé vào cửa khác với bạn ở Đại Hội. Phải có BẢNG TÊN để được vào tham dự bất cứ
buổi họp nào của Đại Hội. Làm ơn luôn luôn đeo bảng tên trong Đại Hội.
Bàn Giấy Thông Tin Liên Lạc
Bàn giấy thông tin liên lạc của Đại Hội được đặt ở lầu 3 của George R. Brown Convention Center gần phòng 350 A.
Làm ơn sử dụng khu vực này như khu vực mất và tìm thấy cùng cho nhu cầu cá nhân.
Bữa Ăn
Mỗi sáng có một ít cà phê được cung cấp miễn phí ở phòng triển lãm. Trong ngày Thứ Sáu, lệ ph1i của bạn bao gồm
cả bữa trưa. Không có ăn trưa cho ngày Thứ Bảy.
Bạn có thể mua bữa trưa ở bàn ghi danh. Bạn cũng có thể mua bữa trưa ở Convention Center hay các nhà hàng trong
khu vực hay mang theo bữa trưa của bạn.
Chứng Chỉ
Trong sổ tay đại hội có một đơn xin cấp chứng chỉ o843 một trang rời. Có hộp thu nhận những đơn này ở bàn giấy
tihông tin và ở sảnh đường của Phòg Hội Chung Lớn sau 4 giờ chiều Thứ Sáu và Thứ Bảy. Những đơn được điền đầy
đủ sẽ được gửi đến Tổng Giáo Phận.
Lượng Giá
Trong sổ tay Đại Hội có một bản lượng giá Đại Hội như một tờ riêng biệt. Chúng tôi chân thành cảm ơn trước sự hợp
tác của các bạn trong việc điền các bản lượng giá này. Các hộp để thu những bản lượng giá được đặt ở Bàn Giấy
Thông Tin trong ngày Thứ Sáu và Thứ Bảy sau 4 giờ chiều. Bạn cũng có thể gửi các bản lượng giá về T.M. Enterprises
at 8404 Jamesport Drive, Rockford, IL 61108 hay fax 815-332-3476.
Triển Lãm
Các bàn triển lãm được đặt ở các phòng 351 AF và 350 DF, gồm có các nhà xuất bản, các tiệm sách, tặng phẩm và
các cơ quan phục vụ. Chúng tôi khích lệ các bạn năng thăm viếng khu vực này và khám phá ra nhiều sản phẩm giá trị
và những dịch vụ có sẵn. Một trong những ích lợi của Đại Hội là dịp để xem nhiều sản phẩm và dịch vụ sẵn sàng cho
thừa tác vụ, giáo dục và phát triển tâm linh của cá nhân.
Khácg Sạn – Giá đặc biệt $100/một đêm
Mỗi người cư tạm trú tại Khách Sạn Hilton sẽ được ghi vào cuộc sổ số để thắng 100 đôla vào ngày Th1ư Sáu và/hay
ngày Thứ Bảy. Tên những người thắng sẽ được thông báo vào lúc 3:30 chiều Thứ Sáu và 3:30 chiề Thứ Bảy tại Phòng
Triển Lãm số 351.
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KEYNOTES AND MAJOR ADDRESSES
Dr. Scott Alexander
Friday, Feb 11, 2011 9:15 - 10:15 am
Confrontation and Dialogue: A History of Catholic-Muslim Relations
This presentation proceeds on the premise that the history of Christian-Muslim
relations is one of two distinct, yet oftentimes intersecting narratives. The
first is a story of confrontation and conflict, and the second one of dialogue
and cooperation. In the course of reviewing these two narratives, the
presentation will place particular emphasis on the important differences between
the language of "heresy" and the language of "dialogue" in the history of
Christian-Muslim interaction. It will then go on to point out the revolutionary
dimensions of the Catholic Church's approach to interreligious relations
articulated at the Second Vatican Council and developed in the pontificates
of John Paul II and Benedict XVI.
Dr. Hosffman Ospino
Friday, February 11, 2011
4:00 - 5:00 pm
Catechesis Matters
One of the most important moments in the Church's evangelizing mission is
catechesis. Our communities can neither take this ministry lightly nor reduce
it to short periods of preparation before the reception of the sacraments.
Catechesis Matters is a presentation that will help us to renew our love for
sharing the Good News with responsibility by reflecting on the importance of
good methodology and careful planning.
Dr. Hosffman Ospino
Sábado, 12 de Febrero, 2011 11:30-12:45 pm
401. Español - Los varios rostros de la catequesis
Todo educador religioso tiene la responsabilidad de preguntar, ¿para quién es la
catequesis? La manera como respondamos a esta pregunta determinará en
gran parte la energía y los recursos que dediquemos a esta importante tarea.
En esta presentación reflexionamos sobre la importancia de extender nuestros
horizontes en cuanto a quienes invitamos a ser parte de la acción catequética
de la Iglesia y cómo nos preparamos para servirles de la mejor manera.
Sister Edith Prendergast
Saturday, February 12, 2011 9:45 - 11:00 am
301. Imaging Love, Empowering Lives
Marked with the blueprint of Christ, we are called to mirror God's extravagant
love and compassion. The session will consider challenges to follow the path of
discipleship, to live lives of integrity and justice, to equip and empower
others with rich inner resources and skills to become truly involved with our
world, as Jesus was with his.
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KEYNOTES AND MAJOR ADDRESSES
Dr. Le Xuan Hy
Ts. Lê Xuân Hy
Thứ Bảy, Ngày 12 tháng 2 năm 2011 11:30 am - 12:45 pm
402. Đặc Sủng của người Công Giáo Mỹ gốc Việt Nam (Tiếng Việt)
Chúa ban ơn đặc biệt cho chúng ta qua những truyền thống khác nhau mà
chúng ta đã lĩnh hội. Xét lại kinh nghiệm mình đã trải qua, chúng ta nhận ra ơn
Chúa, tạ ơn Ngài, và đóng góp cho Giáo Hội.
Rev. Bryan Massingale
Saturday, Feb 12, 2011 2:00 - 3:15 pm
501. At Table with Jesus: Jesus' Meals and the Eucharist as
Moral Gift and Challenge
Jesus "welcomed sinners and ate with them" (Luke 15: 2). His ministry to the
outcasts of his time is an inspiring challenge for us as we live in an ever-changing
society and church. His example expands our moral vision as we confront many
issues that face us today. Yet the Eucharist, as it reminds us of who Jesus was,
also strengthens us to live as his disciples and moral witnesses in our society.
Dennis Johnson, Jr.
Sábado, 12 de Febrero, 2011 3:45-5:00 pm
601. Español – Dios Amó Tanto al Mundo que le Creó a ¡USTED!
Una misión fundamental del catequista es ser un eco del amor de Dios para
los demás. El centro de este mandato cae en la necesidad de integrar las
seis tareas de la catequesis en nuestras propias vidas como líderes y
evangelizadores. A medida que exploremos los principios de la catequesis
a la luz de la antropología cristiana, profundizaremos nuestro conocimiento
del Cristo encarnado, renovaremos nuestro compromiso evangelizador y
celebraremos nuestra pastoral como un faro del amor de Dios para el mundo.
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Thursday, February 10, 2011 & Friday, February 11, 2011
Thursday, February 10, 2011
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Room 350 DF
Amy Florian - Clergy Session
To Be an Instrument of Healing
As spiritual leaders and guides, clergy are regularly approached by people in crisis. This clergy day is dedicated to
helping you better understand what these people are experiencing and how you can most effectively minister to their
varying needs. You will:
- Gain insight into commonly used phrases that we believe are comforting but actually are alienating
- Discuss how to talk about the inevitable "God questions" and spiritual doubts
- Find out how to tell when someone needs more or different kinds of help than you can provide
- Come away with a wealth of knowledge and practical skill that help you be a more effective instrument of God's
healing and loving power with people in their times of deepest need
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Lunch served for participants
1:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Room 350 DF
To Be an Instrument of Healing (continues)
Friday, February 11, 2011
8:00 am
Registration outside Room 350 A and Exhibits: Room 350 DF and 351 AF
8:45 am - 9:15 am
General Assembly C
Welcome and Opening Prayer
9:15 am - 10:15 am
General Assembly C
Keynote
Dr. Scott Alexander
Confrontation and Dialogue: A History of Catholic-Muslim Relations
This presentation proceeds on the premise that the history of Christian-Muslim relations is one of two distinct, yet
oftentimes intersecting narratives. The first is a story of confrontation and conflict, and the second one of dialogue and
cooperation. In the course of reviewing these two narratives, the presentation will place particular emphasis on the
important differences between the language of "heresy" and the language of "dialogue" in the history of ChristianMuslim interaction. It will then go on to point out the revolutionary dimensions of the Catholic Church's approach to
interreligious relations articulated at the Second Vatican Council and developed in the pontificates of John Paul II
and Benedict XVI.
10:15 am - 11:00 am
Break and Exhibits in Room 351 AF & 350 DF
11:00 am - 12:15 pm
Session #100’s
Room # 342 AD
Dr. Michael Carotta
101. Teaching For Discipleship
This session will focus on three questions: What do we now know about Catholic adolescents? What new direction is
the Church asking us to take them? Practically speaking, what will it take?
Sponsored by OSV Curriculum Division
Room # 340 A
Teresita Johnson
102. Creating a Marriage Building Parish
Come explore how marriage preparation and education can be incorporated into parish life throughout the life-cycle.
We will dig into the golden nuggets in The Life-Cycle of Marriage as well as the bishop's pastoral letter, Marriage: Life
and Love in the Divine Plan.
Room # 342 B
Carol Mayes, OP
103. Recognizing God in the Wonders of the Universe
This session will look at how the marvels of the Universe bring us to moments of wonder and awe. We will note the
works of Jesuit, Teilhard de Chardin; and Passionist, Thomas Berry. Stress will be placed on the importance of
teaching ecology as embedded in the Christian Faith.
Room # 342 C
Rev. Maurice Restivo, CSB, STD
104. Now Following Jesus: A Challenge Then and Now
This talk will look at the implications of some Gospel passages on some of the difficulties and challenges of being an
authentic follower of Jesus in today's world.
Room # 352 C
Anna Scally
105. Tune In: Use Their Issues, Teach to Their Issues, Touch Their Hearts!
As Jesus commanded, "make disciples of all nations and teach them to observe all that He had commanded." (The
Church has not ceased to devote her energy to this task.) This workshop will show you that young people's issues are
found in their culture and expressed in popular music and media. And so are the solutions to their concerns. You will
learn effective, practical and easy to use strategies to catechize through music that they are already listening to. This
approach works!
Co-sponsored by Cornerstone Media
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Friday, February 11, 2011
11:00 am - 12:15 pm
Session #100’s (continued)
Room # 342 E
Dr. Joseph White
106. Multiple Intelligence for School Leaders
Every student has areas of strength and areas of need. This workshop, presented by a child psychologist who consults
extensively with Catholic schools, will discuss ways to use diverse instructional methodologies to diversify lesson
Sponsored by OSV
presentation and capitalize on the various learning styles and strengths of your students.
Room # 340 B
David Wood
107. Coming Soon to a Parish Near You! Preparing for the new Roman Missal
What should we be doing in our parishes to prepare people for the implementation of the new translation of the Roman
Missal? Come to this session for suggestions, and a recommended timeline, all in keeping with the broader perspective
of the Eucharistic liturgy.
Room # 342 F
Tom Zanzig
108. Adult Faith Formation & the Renewal of Parish Life, Part 1
In this two-part workshop, Tom Zanzig proposes a fresh and compelling vision of Adult Faith Formation (AFF), explains
its connection to the revitalization of parish life, and offers concrete, practical strategies for implementing the vision. In
part 1, Tom introduces his vision and explores its core principles.
Sponsored by RCL Benziger
Room # 352 A
Español: Vilma Pardo-Rodríguez
109. Español – Comunicación y Trabajo Ministerial de Equipo
La interacción ministerial eficaz empieza con una comunicación positiva y tiene como resultados una pastoral más
dinámica y fortalecida.
12:15 pm - 1:15 pm
Lunch included for pre-registrations. Served in Room # 360 AF
12:15 pm - 2:00 pm
Exhibits in Room # 351 AF and 350 DF
1:15 pm - 1:45 pm
Publisher Showcases (see page # 30 for showcase descriptions)
Room # 340 B
Room # 342 E
Room # 342 B
Room # 342 F
Room # 342 AD
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Loyola Press
Our Sunday Visitor Curriculum Division
Pflaum Publishing Group
RCL Benziger
William H. Sadlier, Inc.
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Session #200’s
Room # 342 AD
Alice Camille
201. Miracleworker or Madmen? Those Pesky Prophets!
Prophets have never been convenient to have around. But among the most inconvenient seers in the profession were
Elijah and Elisha. Where did they come from, what did they do--and how can we get the two of them straight? BYO
Bible. Prophet watchers and prophets-in-training are welcome to attend.
Room # 340 A
Amy Florian
202. Helping Children Grieve
Children are increasingly impacted by divorce, death, and other life-changing transitions. What do you do when a child
in your school or religious education program is grieving? Do you take the class to a wake or funeral? How can you
support the child and family? How do you handle it in the classroom? Is there anything you can do before grief strikes
to educate yourself and the young people in your care so all are better able to cope? Come for an information-packed,
practical session and learn how to help, guide, and heal.
Room # 340 B
Bill Huebsch
203. A Lifetime of Faith – Pastoral Planning for the Across the Life Cycle
Curriculum Framework
Growing in faith is a lifetime process! We parish leaders are called to create growth opportunities at every age and
stage of life, across the entire life cycle. We know we need to do this, and we understand the curriculum involved.
But how do we get this rolling? In this workshop, we'll learn how to do the pastoral planning needed to launch a
series of initiatives in the parish which, all taken together, will invite and welcome folks into formation throughout
their lives. Pastoral planning like this need not be encumbered by endless meetings and drafts. And we need not wait
until we have an entire plan written to begin launching elements of it. Such planning can be practical, enjoyable,
and effective. You'll learn in this session how to add planning like this to your parish liturgy, religious education,
pastoral care, youth ministry, or school program. This will make a real difference in the lives of parents, their
children, youth and adults in general. Participants will receive a planning tool which can be adapted for any parish.
Sponsored by Twenty-Third Publications
Friday, February 11, 2011
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Session #200’s (continued)
Room # 342 B
Ly Y. Phan
204. Culturally Intelligent Leadership: Knowledge and Skill for an Increasingly
Diverse World
Effective working relationships in a diverse world requires more than knowing how to bow, when to shake hands, or
whether to publicly praise someone; it requires 1) recognition of one's own cultural biases, 2) appreciation of cultural
differences, and 3) modification of our behaviors and attitudes. In this highly interactive session, participants will explore
the concept of cultural intelligence, the knowledge and skills needed for increasingly diverse communities. Phan will
facilitate participant's understanding and application of this three-prong approach to increase one's cultural intelligence.
Room # 342 C
Rev. Timothy Piasecki
205. The Christian Initiation of Children….the basics
A conversation about the preparation of children of catechetical age for the sacraments of initiation. This session
assumes some knowledge of and some experience with the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults.
Room # 352 C
Anna Scally
206. Helping Teens Pray...The Other Six Days of the Week
Imagine helping teens pray more meaningfully. Get teens excited about their spiritual journey and about praying.
Finish this workshop with proven principles to challenge teens to lead prayer, and to participate actively in retreats and
ministry settings. As a bonus to you, watch your own conversation with God become more alive as well!
Co-sponsored by Cornerstone Media
Room # 342 F
Tom Zanzig
207. Adult Faith Formation & the Renewal of Parish Life, Part 2
In part 2 of his workshop, Tom briefly reviews key elements of his new vision of Adult Faith Formation and then identifies eight innovative strategies that can be mixed-'n'-matched to create unique approaches for each parish. He closes
with a general five-year plan for how a parish might implement his approach.
Sponsored by RCL Benziger
Room # 342 E
Español: Rev. Vicente Agila
208. Formación y Habilidades de un Líder
Pero Jesús los llamó y les dijo: «Ustedes saben que los jefes de las naciones dominan sobre ellas y los poderosos les
hacen sentir su autoridad. Entre ustedes no debe suceder así. Al contrario, el que quiera ser grande, que se haga
servidor de ustedes; y el que quiera ser el primero que se haga su esclavo: como el Hijo del hombre, que no vino para
ser vendido, sino para servir y dar su vida en rescate por una multitud». Cuando salieron de Jericó, mucha gente siguió
a Jesús. Mateo 20:25-29. Ser líder cristiano significa reconocer que se tiene la oportunidad para hacer una diferencia
significativa en la vida de aquellos que Dios le ha permitido guiar. Pero alrededor del LIDERAZGO hay muchos mitos y
verdades que es necesario aclarar. Esta conferencia va a ser una oportunidad para fortalecer los criterios en busca de
un mejor liderazgo.
3: 15 pm - 4:00 pm
Break & Exhibits in Room # 351 AF and 350 DF
Drawing in the Exhibit Hall: One Hilton Hotel Overnight guest will win the Friday $100 Cash prize!
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Grand Pavilion
Major Address
Dr. Hosffman Ospino
Catechesis Matters
One of the most important moments in the Church's evangelizing mission is catechesis. Our communities can neither
take this ministry lightly nor reduce it to short periods of preparation before the reception of the sacraments. Catechesis
Matters is a presentation that will help us to renew our love for sharing the Good News with responsibility by reflecting
on the importance of good methodology and careful planning.
5:00 pm - 5:45 pm
Evening Prayer in General Assembly C
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Saturday, February 12, 2011
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8:00 am
Registration outside Room 350 A and Exhibits: Room 350 DF and 351 AF
8:45 am - 9:30 am
General Assembly C
Welcome and Opening Prayer
9:45 am - 11:00 am
General Assembly C
Keynote
Sister Edith Prendergast
301. Imaging Love, Empowering Lives
Marked with the blueprint of Christ, we are called to mirror God's extravagant love and compassion. The session will
consider challenges to follow the path of discipleship, to live lives of integrity and justice, to equip and empower others
with rich inner resources and skills to become truly involved with our world, as Jesus was with his.
11:00 am - 11:30 am
Break and Exhibits in Room 351 AF & 350 DF
11:30 am - 12:45 pm
Sessions #400’s
Room # 342 F
Maureen Bacchi
403. And God Still So Loves the World
God continues to love us and this world with all its troubles and complexity! There are many attitudes and practices in
our American cultural world view that can cloud our appreciation of God's continued Belief and Hope in us and the
world. Let's look at some of these temptations and recover a sense of wonder and commitment to the Kingdom Present
and still to come.
Room # 342 C
Dr. Elizabeth (Liz) Borreca
Room # 352 F
Sister Marguerite Broderick, DC 405. Discovering the Joy of Ministry
After brief prayer, group reflects on our Call to Joyous Service and its relationship to our faith, hope and charity. Some
practices for Nurturing Joy will be explored.
Room # 342 AD
Alice Camille
406. Ten Things You Gotta Know (and Teach) About the Bible
The Bible is BIG. Yet time is short--shorter, even, for the catechetical task. If you had to boil down your biblical
understanding to ten things, what would they be? If you have only ten lessons to teach your students, how would you
choose? We all have our favorites. Here are ten suggestions.
Room # 361 AD
Anna Alicia Chavez
407. Live Simply so the Others May Simply Live
This workshop offers creative, practical, and fun-filled catechetical resources for a catechesis and spirituality for Justice,
Peace, and Integrity of the earth that is grounded in Catholic social teaching.
Room # 342 E
Sandra Dooley
408. Coming Soon to a Parish Near You! Preparing for the new Roman Missal
What should we be doing in our parishes to prepare people for the implementation of the new translation of the Roman
Missal? Come to this session for suggestions, and a recommended timeline, all in keeping with the broader perspective
of the Eucharistic liturgy.
Room # 340 A
Amy Florian
409. What is Ritual and Why Should a Catechist Care?
The classroom is an ideal place for children to learn about and participate in faith rituals, yet many catechists feel
inadequate to prepare and celebrate them. This practical presentation defines ritual and symbol in understandable
ways and connects them to family and daily life. You then get guidelines, tools, and actual examples that equip you for
effective and prayerful rituals in your classroom, your family, and other situations.
Room # 340 B
Kathy Hendricks
410. Partnering with Parents in Catechesis
How do we get parents, who are stretched by overlapping demands, interested and involved in the faith formation of
their children? This session will explore ways to engage parents in the catechetical work of the parish. In addition,
we will look at how catechists can support the efforts of parents to enkindle the light of faith in their children within
the home.
Sponsored by Wm. H. Sadlier, Inc.
Room # 342 B
Bill Huebsch
404. Differentiating Instruction
411. A Lifetime of Faith - Pastoral Planning for the Across the Life
Cycle Curriculum Framework
Growing in faith is a lifetime process! We parish leaders are called to create growth opportunities at every age and
stage of life, across the entire life cycle. We know we need to do this, and we understand the curriculum involved. But
how do we get this rolling? In this workshop, we'll learn how to do the pastoral planning needed to launch a series of
initiatives in the parish which, all taken together, will invite and welcome folks into formation throughout their lives.
Pastoral planning like this need not be encumbered by endless meetings and drafts. And we need not wait until we
have an entire plan written to begin launching elements of it. Such planning can be practical, enjoyable, and effective.
You'll learn in this session how to add planning like this to your parish liturgy, religious education, pastoral care, youth
ministry, or school program. This will make a real difference in the lives of parents, their children, youth and adults in
general. Participants will receive a planning tool which can be adapted for any parish.
Sponsored by Twenty-Third Publications
Saturday, February 12, 2011
11:30 am - 12:45 pm
Sessions #400’s (continued)
Room # 361 CF
Rev. Bryan Massingale
412. Martin Luther King and Catholic Social Teaching
This workshop examines the social ethics of Martin Luther King, Jr. This leader was not only a major civil rights leader,
but more so, a committed Christian who showed us the relevance of our faith to living just lives in society. His witness
provides us with a concrete example of many of the values taught by Catholic social teaching, and makes the Church's
social doctrine come alive and inspire us.
Room # 352 C
Anna Scally
413. Tune In: Use Their Issues, Teach to Their Issues, Touch Their Hearts!
As Jesus commanded, "make disciples of all nations and teach them to observe all that He had commanded." (The
Church has not ceased to devote her energy to this task.) This workshop will show you that young people's issues are
found in their culture and expressed in popular music and media. And so are the solutions to their concerns. You will
learn effective, practical and easy to use strategies to catechize through music that they are already listening to. This
approach works!
Co-sponsored by Cornerstone Media
Room # 361 BE
Tom Zanzig
414. Spirituality Simply Put: Naming, Exploring, & Sharing Our Spiritual Journey
Our own spiritual journeys are by definition mysterious, complex, and difficult to comprehend, much less share
with anyone. In this workshop, Tom Zanzig offers a profoundly simple understanding of the dynamics of spiritual
transformation. In light of that, he shows how we can both interpret our own life experiences and share spiritual insights
with others in accessible and appropriate ways.
Sponsored by RCL Benziger
12:45 pm - 2:00 pm
Lunch on your own and Exhibits: Room 350 DF and 351 AF
Keynote
Rev. Bryan Massingale
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
General Assembly C
501. At Table with Jesus: Jesus' Meals and the Eucharist as
Moral Gift and Challenge
Jesus "welcomed sinners and ate with them" (Luke 15: 2). His ministry to the outcasts of his time is an inspiring
challenge for us as we live in an ever-changing society and church. His example expands our moral vision as we
confront many issues that face us today. Yet the Eucharist, as it reminds us of who Jesus was, also strengthens us to
live as his disciples and moral witnesses in our society.
3:15 pm - 3:45 pm
Break & Exhibits in Room # 351 AF and 350 DF
Drawing in the Exhibit Hall: One Hilton Hotel Overnight guest will win the Saturday $100 Cash prize!
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
Sessions #600’s
Room 361 AD
Dr. Scott Alexander
603. Islam, Muslims, and the Current Global Context: What Thinking
Catholics Need to Know
Addressing our current context of widespread misunderstanding and divisiveness, this presentation will attempt to
move beyond the media sound bites in order to present an intellectually and theologically sound framework for
understanding Islam and Muslims within our current global and U.S. domestic context. As part of his reflections, Prof.
Alexander will focus on Catholic teaching with respect to Christian-Muslim relations, as well as the special role of
interreligious dialogue in the Triune God's mission of hope, reconciliation, and salvation for the entire human family.
Room # 342 B
Dr. Michael Carotta
604. Unchaining Confirmation
This session will review the latest research on adolescent spirituality and center around this question: Given all that
we know about today's young people, effective adolescent catechesis and youth ministry, how can we enhance
Confirmation's potential to be a more formative experience in their lives?
Sponsored by OSV Curriculum Division
Room # 340 A
Jaime Cortez
605. Music to Bridge Cultural Diversity
When we are celebrating our unity through our diversity, there are beautiful songs designed to praise God and showcase different cultures. Come and see beautiful examples of music that can help us be united in our worship.
Room # 342 E
Sandra Dooley
606. Introducing the New Translation to the Younger Generation
How do we introduce the new translation to children? This session will provide ideas for familiarizing young people with
the coming changes of the new translation of the Roman Missal, within the broader context of the Mass and other forms
of liturgical prayer.
Room # 352 F
Rev. Stephen Dudek, D.Min
607. Catechesis in the Multicultural Parish: Practical Frameworks for
Success
The culturally diverse Catholic parish context presents challenges and opportunities for catechetical ministry. These
engaging ministry settings require "goodwill" along with specific skills. This presentation will focus on proven
frameworks drawn from years of ministry experience among immigrants. Participants will better understand why
culture and language are so important. They will learn how to encourage newcomers to readily share their gifts with
the Church.
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3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
Sessions #600’s (continued)
Room # 340 B
Kathy Hendricks
608. The Compassionate Minister
Cultivating Christ-like compassion in oneself results in a deepening of the spirit and softening of the heart. This makes
us better able to listen, serve, and love those to and with whom we minister. This session will invite catechists, Catholic
school teachers, and pastoral ministers to consider the ways in which we serve in a compassionate manner and how
we hope to intensify these efforts in the future.
Sponsored by Wm. H. Sadlier, Inc.
Room # 342 F
Dr. Le Xuan Hy
609. Coping with Diversity: Lessons from Scriptural Principles and
Practices (in English)
To reap the rich fruits of diversity, we often have to cross minefields. Both the Hebrew Scripture and the New Testament
were familiar with such difficulties, so they laid out foundational principles and set exemplary practices. Contemporary
psychology builds further on them.
Room # 361 CF
Brian Johnson
610. The Face of Today's Youth and Their Pastoral Needs
Youth culture changes rapidly and it can be tough to stay current on what's happening in the teen world. It is virtually
impossible for parents to see every teen movie or know every new band that comes on the scene, but it is important
for them to be aware of the larger trends in youth culture and their pastoral needs. This session will help shed light
on some knowledge of current teen culture can certainly help parents engage their teen in discussions about
important topics.
Room # 342 AD
Sister Edith Prendergast
611. Finding God in the Whirlwinds of our Lives
In our fast paced society it is all too easy to miss God's presence in our everyday lives and ministry. The session will
consider the obstacles and de-energizers that we may encounter on our spiritual journey. Participants will be offered
practical and effective methods to deal with the challenges and grow in discerning Love.
Room # 352 C
Anna Scally
612. Helping Teens Pray...The Other Six Days of the Week
Imagine helping teens pray more meaningfully. Get teens excited about their spiritual journey and about praying.
Finish this workshop with proven principles to challenge teens to lead prayer, and to participate actively in retreats and
ministry settings. As a bonus to you, watch your own conversation with God become more alive as well!
Co-sponsored by Cornerstone Media
Room # 361 BE
Dr. Joseph White
613. Multiple Intelligence - Practical Applications for Catechists
This workshop will discuss the various ways we learn and how to create activities that will capture the attention of
groups with a variety of learning styles. Some learn by hearing, some by seeing, and some by doing. Come experience
the multiple ways in which we can share the faith with those we catechize!
Sponsored by OSV
5:15 pm - 6:30 pm
Eucharistic Celebration - His Eminence, Daniel Cardinal DiNardo, celebrant.
Sábado 11 de Febrero del 2011
8:00 am
Inscripción – “Room # 350 A” y exhibiciones – “Room # 351 AF y 350 DF”
8:45 am - 9:15 am
Bienvenida/Oración inicial en el "General Assembly C"
9:45 am - 11:00 am
Sesiones #300’s
Room # 361 BE
Miguel Arias
302. Catolicismo Popular y Catequesis
El catolicismo popular es una bella expresión de la identidad religiosa de un pueblo determinado. Esta experiencia
religiosa influye en la manera en que se viven y celebran los sacramentos en el contexto de una cultura. ¿Qué hacer
cuando se vive en un mundo multicultural? ¿Cómo trabajar juntos?
Patrocinado por Loyola Press
Room # 352 C
Jaime Cortez
303. Música para Sacramentos
Los Sacramentos demuestran la gracia de Dios en nuestras vidas. La música para estos momentos nos ayuda a
profundizar nuestra fe y la comprensión de los dones que vienen de los Sacramentos. Vengan a escuchar ejemplos
musicales para los Sacramentos.
Room # 340 A
Rev Stephen Dudek D.Min
304. Construyendo sobre nuestras Experiencias Diarias de Vida y de Fe
Ambos, la espiritualidad y el aprendizaje, están arraigados en la experiencia diaria de la vivencia de la fe del ser
humano. El Directorio Nacional para la Catequesis subraya ocho métodos de aprendizaje y nos anima a descubrir el
por qué cada perspectiva es valiosa. Desde un contexto latino/hispano exploraremos lo central de la espiritualidad del
aprendizaje que se encuentra en estas perspectivas vitales.
Room # 352 DE
Santiago Fernández 305. Las Escrituras, La Justicia Social, La Catequésis Y Los Textos Que Cantamos En La Misa
¿Realmente creemos lo que cantamos y proclamamos por medio de la música, o sólo queremos que el canto
termine pronto? En esta sesión se hablará de lo importante que es "entrar en el canto" y vivir la música litúrgica
plenamente - con nuestras voces, con nuestros corazones y con nuestras mentes. Se distribuirán recursos gratuitos y
se presentarán varios ejemplos musicales. ¡Vengan listos para cantar como nunca antes!
Patrocinado por OSV Curriculum Division
Room # 340 B
Teresita Johnson
306. Generando parroquias que edifiquen y fortalezcan matrimonios
Descubra con nosotros las diferentes formas de incorporar la educación y la formación Cristiana en la vida conyugal
dentro del marco parroquial. Nos enfocaremos en los siguientes documentos: El Ciclo de la Vida Matrimonial y en la
Carta Pastoral de los Obispos de los Estado Unidos: El Matrimonio: El amor y la vida en el plan divino
Room # 342 B
Roberto Navarro
307. La Pastoral juvenil en la misión de la comunidad parroquial
El taller se enfocara en estrategias que pueden ayudar a que los jóvenes hispanos se integren en la vida y misión de la
Iglesia. Reflexión y revisión sobre los espacios parroquiales que se ofrecen a los jóvenes para ejercer su misión en la
Iglesia y en la sociedad.
Room # 361 CF
Rev. Timothy Piasecki
308. La Iniciación Cristiana de los Niños …los fundamentales
Una conversación sobre la preparación de los niños de edad catequética para los sacramentos de iniciación. Esta
sesión presume el conocimiento de y la experiencia con el Rito de Iniciación Cristiana de Adultos.
Room # 342 F
Victor Valenzuela
309. Haciendo Discípulos: Métodos prácticos para poner nuestra fe en acción
Los obispos de los Estados Unidos nos han retado a incorporar las seis tareas de la catequesis para formar discípulos.
En este taller veremos cómo enfocarnos en estas seis tareas de la formación para lograr esta meta. Estas seis tareas
son; el conocer, el celebrar, el expresar, el orar, el compartir y el vivir. Se compartirán ideas prácticas y divertidas para
usar en programas de formación existentes.
Patrocinado por Wm. H. Sadlier, Inc.
11:00 am - 11:30 am
Descanso – Exhibiciones en el Room # 351 AF and 350 DF
Conferencista principal
11:30 am - 12:45 pm
General Assembly C
Dr. Hosffman Ospino
401. Los varios rostros de la catequesis
Todo educador religioso tiene la responsabilidad de preguntar, ¿para quién es la catequesis? La manera como
respondamos a esta pregunta determinará en gran parte la energía y los recursos que dediquemos a esta importante
tarea. En esta presentación reflexionamos sobre la importancia de extender nuestros horizontes en cuanto a quienes
invitamos a ser parte de la acción catequética de la Iglesia y cómo nos preparamos para servirles de la mejor manera.
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Almuerzo – Exhibiciones en el Room # 351 AF and 350 DF
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2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Sesiones #500’s
Room # 361 BE
Miguel Arias
502. Catolicismo Popular y Catequesis
El catolicismo popular es una bella expresión de la identidad religiosa de un pueblo determinado. Esta experiencia
religiosa influye en la manera en que se viven y celebran los sacramentos en el contexto de una cultura. ¿Qué hacer
cuando se vive en un mundo multicultural? ¿Cómo trabajar juntos?
Patrocinado por Loyola Press
Room # 352 C
Hermana Margarita Broderick, DC
503. Descubrir la Alegría de Ministerio
Después de la oración breve, el grupo reflexiona sobre nuestro llamado a servicio alegre y su relación con nuestra fe,
esperanza y caridad. Algunas prácticas para fomentar la alegría se explorarán.
Room # 361 AD
504. Vivan sencillamente para que otros puedan simplemente vivir
Anna Alicia Chávez
Este taller ofrece recursos de catequesis creativos, prácticos y llenos de diversión para una catequesis y espiritualidad
para la Justicia, la Paz y la Integridad de la tierra que esta basada en la Doctrina Social Católica.
Room # 352 DE
Santiago Fernández
505. Celebrando El Bautismo Y El RCIA Con Musica
En esta sesión hablaremos de la música para los diferentes momentos y contextos litúrgicos dentro de los cuáles se
celebra el sacramento del Bautismo. Se enfatizará la participación de la asamblea y aprenderemos canciones nuevas,
celebrando también con la música del repertorio popular que ya existe en las parroquias. También hablaremos de la
importancia de la música bautismal dentro del RICA y durante el tiempo de Pascua del calendario litúrgico.
Patrocinado por OSV Curriculum Division
Room # 340 B
Diácono Arturo Monterrubio
506. El papel de la famlia en la catequesis
Según nos dice el Papa Juan Pablo II en su Exhortación Apostólica "Familiaris Consortio (3)" La Iglesia, iluminada
por la fe, que le da a conocer toda la verdad acerca del bien precioso del matrimonio y de la familia y acerca de sus
significados más profundos, siente una vez más el deber de anunciar el Evangelio, esto es, la "buena nueva", a todos
indistintamente, en particular a aquellos que son llamados al matrimonio y se preparan para él, a todos los esposos y
padres del mundo. Los padres son los primeros catequistas de sus hijos. En esta sesión veremos algunos aspectos
importantes para ayudar a los padres a guiar y catequizar a sus hijos para resistir este mundo materialista y continuar
en la presencia de Dios.
Room # 361 CF
Rev. Timothy Piasecki
507. La Iniciación Cristiana de los Niños …los fundamentales
Una conversación sobre la preparación de los niños de edad catequética para los sacramentos de iniciación. Esta
sesión presume el conocimiento de y la experiencia con el Rito de Iniciación Cristiana de Adultos.
Room # 342 F
Victor Valenzuela
508. Compartiendo el Amor Perdurable de Dios
Dios nos ha dado muchas riquezas y muchos dones. Una de las riquezas es su amor perdurable. En este taller
llegaremos a comprender que es el amor perdurable de Dios. También veremos cómo podemos compartir ese amor
con las personas que asisten a nuestras clases de catequesis. Examinaremos métodos prácticos para poder compartir
el gran amor perdurable de Dios.
Patrocinado por Wm. H. Sadlier, Inc.
3:15 pm - 3:45 pm
Descanso – Exhibiciones – “Room # 351 AF y 350 DF”
Conferencista principal
3:45 pm - 4:45 pm
General Assembly C
5:15 pm - 6:30 pm
General Assembly C
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601. Dios Amó Tanto al Mundo que le Creó a ¡USTED!
Una misión fundamental del catequista es ser un eco del amor de Dios para los demás. El centro de este mandato cae
en la necesidad de integrar las seis tareas de la catequesis en nuestras propias vidas como líderes y evangelizadores.
A medida que exploremos los principios de la catequesis a la luz de la antropología cristiana, profundizaremos nuestro
conocimiento del Cristo encarnado, renovaremos nuestro compromiso evangelizador y celebraremos nuestra pastoral
como un faro del amor de Dios para el mundo.
Celebración Eucarística – His Eminence, Daniel Cardinál DiNardo, celebrante
Thứ Bảy, Ngày 12 tháng 2 năm 2011
8:00 am
Ghi danh bên ngoài phòng 350 A và Triển Lãm: phòng 350 DF và 351 AF
8:45 am - 9:30 am
Họp Chung C
Chào Mừng và Cầu Nguyện Mở Đầu
9:45 am - 11:00 am
Khóa #300’s
Cha Antôn Đinh Minh Tiên, O.P.
310. Tiềng Việt - Đọc Thánh Kinh để biết Thiên Chúa yêu bạn đến thế nào
Thiên Chúa mặc khải tình yêu của Ngài cho thế gian trong việc tạo dựng, nhất là
trong việc dựng nên con người theo hình ảnh Ngài. Ngài muốn người ta sống hạnh
phúc mãi mãi với Ngài qua việc sống theo Luật mà Ngài đã thiết lập, nhưng có một
số người đã chọn bất phục tùng Ngài. Mỗi khi chúng ta nhìn lên Thánh Giá, chúng ta
có thể thấy tình yêu của Thiên Chúa dành cho chúng ta. Vì sự hy sinh của Chúa
Giêsu mà tội lỗi chúng ta được tha. Thánh Kinh là nhật ký của Thiên Chúabày tỏ với
con cái Ngài. Hãy học Thánh Kinh để hiểu tình yêu Thiên Chúa dành cho bạn. .
Cha Hoàng Đạt (và một nhóm)
311. Cộng Đồng Việt Nam – Làm sao để khích lệ Thanh Thiếu Niên tham gia
Chương Trình Giáo Lý (Effectively Engaging Younger and Older Teens in
Catechesis) (Song Ngữ))
Đây là buổi hội thảo dưới sự hướng dẫn của Cha Đạt với sự đóng góp của những
người trẻ Việt Nam đang phục vụ tại các Giáo Xứ Việt Mỹ và trong nghành giáo dục,
để chia sẻ kinh nghiệm trong việc làm thế nào khích lệ giới trẻ tham gia các chương
trìng Giáo Lý một cách hữu hiệu hơn.
11:00 am - 11:30 am Giải Lao và Triển Lãm ở Phòng 351 AF & 350 DF
11:30 am - 12:45 pm Ts. Lê Xuân Hy
402. Đặc Sủng của người Công Giáo Mỹ gốc Việt Nam (Tiếng Việt)
Chúa ban ơn đặc biệt cho chúng ta qua những truyền thống khác nhau mà chúng ta
đã lĩnh hội. Xét lại kinh nghiệm mình đã trải qua, chúng ta nhận ra ơn Chúa, tạ ơn
Ngài, và đóng góp cho Giáo Hội.
12:45 pm - 2:00 pm
Ăn Trưa tự túc và Triển Lãm: Phòng DF và 351 AF
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Khóa # 300’s
Sơ Bernadette Nguyễn Hương, OP
509. Hãy kể cho em về Những Chuyện Ngày Xưa. . . Các Anh Hùng. . . Các
Thánh của em. . (Tiếng Việt)
Hãy đến và học cách đem những câu chuyện trong Thánh Kinh về Tình Yêu của Thiên
Chúa vào đời sống bằng cách nối kết các đoạn Thánh Kinh với gia sản văn hóa phong
phú được tìm thấy trong các chuyện huyền thoại, anh hùng và các thánh Việt Nam.
3:15 pm - 3:45 pm
Giải Lao & Triển Lãm ở phòng # 351 AF và 350 DF
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
Khóa #600’s
Cha Uông Quang Lượng (và một nhóm)
602. Giúp Phụ Huynh trong cuộc Hành Trình Đức Tin của Con Cái Tuổi Vị
Thành Niên: Củng cố Đức Tin trong Gia Đình tại Nhà và ở Giáo Xứ (Song Ngữ)
Buổi hội thảo về cách thức giúp các phụ huynh nâng đỡ và hướng dẫn con em tuổi vị
thành niên trong cuộc hành trình Đúc Tin. Được hướng dẫn bởi Cha Uông Quang
Lượng, một chuyên viên về giáo dục gia đình và những anh chị em kinh nghiệm lâu
năm trong nghành giáo dục thanh thiếu niên.
5:15 pm - 6:30 pm
Eucharistic Celebration – His Eminence, Daniel Cardinal DiNardo, celebrant.
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Conference Speakers
Dr. Scott Alexander (AB in Comparative Religion, Harvard; MA and Ph.D. in Religion/Islamic Studies, Columbia University) is Associate Professor of Islam
and Director of Catholic-Muslim Studies at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. Prof. Alexander is a regular consultant on Catholic-Muslim Relations for the
USCCB and he sits on the editorial board of the Journal of Islamic Law and Culture. He is co-editor of the Cambridge Dictionary of Christian-Muslim Relations
(forthcoming) and is currently writing a book, funded by a grant by the Association of Theological Schools and the Lilly Foundation, on the end to triumphalism in
Christian-Muslim relations.
Maureen Bacchi holds masters degrees in both Counseling Psychology from Loyola University, Chicago and Social Work from the University of Houston. She
is a licensed psychotherapist and spiritual director who has worked in the archdiocese for over 25 years with individuals, families, parishes and catechists.
Additionally she is involved in resource and program development for the Center for Faith and Culture at the University of St. Thomas.
Dr. Elizabeth (Liz) Borreca is an Associate Professor and Director of Exceptionality in the School of Education where she directs the undergraduate and
graduate special education program and the graduate educational diagnostician program. She is also co-director of a federal grant program in multicultural urban
special education. Prior to coming to UST, Dr. Borreca was a counselor in a residential program for adolescents with emotional disorders in Pownal, Maine, a
teacher of students with severe and profound disabilities in Madison, WI, and a special education consultant at Region IV Education Service Center in Houston.
Sister Marguerite Broderick, DC, is presently serving full time in the Office for Vocation Ministry of the St Louis Province of the Daughters of Charity. A Daughter of
Charity of St. Vincent de Paul for over forty years, she spent most of them in Catholic education as an elementary teacher, catechist, and principal in Missouri,
Louisiana and Texas. Sr. Marguerite has a Masters degree in Religious Education from Loyola University, New Orleans and Bachelor's degree in English/History
from Marillac College, St. Louis. She enjoys and incorporates music, art and drama wherever possible, appreciates team-work and collaboration in ministry, and
loves praying with people.
Alice Camille is a full-time writer, religious educator, and retreat leader. She received her Master of Divinity degree from the Franciscan School of Theology,
Berkeley, where she has taught ministry, preaching and proclamation. Alice has also served in parishes and campus ministry, and addresses Catholic
conferences around the country. She takes God seriously – and the business of religion with a sense of humor. A list of her titles and projects can be found at
www.alicecamille.com.
Dr. Michael Carotta has worked with the spirituality of adolescents for over 30 years in educational, pastoral, and clinical settings. He teaches graduate courses on
adolescent spirituality at several Catholic universities and is a national consultant for Our Sunday Visitor Curriculum. His newest books include Have Faith a confirmation candidate/sponsor resource (Twenty-Third Publications) and Lincoln Park a mystery series with spiritual insights for junior highers which he has
co-authored with theologian John Shea. (Harcourt Religion). Mike and his wife Catherine are authors of Sustaining The Spirit: Callings, Commitments, and
Vocational Challenges published by Twenty-Third Publications and facilitate renewal seminars nationwide.
Anna Alicia Chavez holds a Masters in Theology from the Catholic Theological Union in Chicago and B.A. from the University of the Incarnate Word. She has
been in pastoral ministry in the Latino and immigrant community for over 20 years. She has extensive experience in Catechesis and Youth Ministry, in addition
to Pastoral, Spiritual and Leadership Formation. Ms. Chavez is currently Education and Formation Program Coordinator for Catholic Relief Services in the
Southwest region of the U.S.
Jaime Cortez is a pastoral musician, composer, recording artist, music teacher and clinician. He lives in Mesa, AZ where he is director of Liturgy and Music
Director at Holy Cross Church. Over the past 25 years he has specialized in music and liturgy for Catholic schools and bilingual music. His work is published
with OCP Publications.
Sandra Dooley is the director of liturgy and music at St. John Vianney parish, Orlando, FL. Immediately prior to that, she was the director of the Office for
Worship in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, CA for 6 years and a member of the Board of Directors of the National Federation of Diocesan Liturgical Commissions
(FDLC). She has a bachelor's degree in music education and a master's degree in religious studies. Sandy is an experienced liturgist, religious educator, church
musician, speaker and conference coordinator.
Rev. Stephen Dudek holds a Licentiate Degree in Theology from Mexico City's Universidad Iberoamericana and a Doctor of Ministry Degree from Catholic
Theological Union in Chicago. For twenty years he has been a pastor in the Diocese of Grand Rapids ministering among those who speak Spanish, Vietnamese
and English.
Amy Florian is a liturgy and bereavement consultant, grief coach, and the founder of Corgenius. She is the author of 2 books and over 90 articles, and is an
adjunct professor at Loyola University, Dominican, and St. Xavier University. She holds a Masters Degree in Pastoral Studies, and is certified as a Fellow in
Thanatology (the highest level of certification in the field of death and grief studies). As an engaging and dynamic speaker, Amy conducts workshops, missions,
retreats, and training sessions across the country.
Kathy Hendricks is a consultant for William H. Sadlier, Inc., publisher of religious education materials and the author of A Parent's Guide to Prayer and Everything
About Parish Ministry I Wish I Had Known. Her articles appear in various periodicals, including a regular column on spirituality for Religion Teacher's Journal.
Kathy served for several years as the General Editor for the Catechetical Sunday resource materials published annually by the United States Conference of
Catholic Bishops. Kathy and her husband, Ron, live in Littleton, Colorado and are the parents of two young adults, Eric and Anna, and a daughter, Jenny, who
died in infancy.
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Bill Huebsch holds Masters in Theological Studies from the Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. He served in diocesan and parish ministry positions until 1992
when he began working in Catholic publishing. He now works with diocesan leaders in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom to train parish ministers
in the skills and methods of lifelong faith formation. He has published more than a dozen books in recent years, along with numerous booklets, articles and
screenplays. He is author of Great Expectations: A Pastoral Guide for Partnering With Parents from Twenty-Third Publications. He currently serves as Director of
PastoralPlanning.com, a world-wide support service for parish life and ministry.
Dr. Le Xuan Hy teaches the Cross Cultural Leadership course for the Pastoral Leadership Program. He is serving as the director of the Catholic Studies program
at Seattle University. He is an adjunct Association Professor of Pastoral Theology in the School of Theology and Ministry at Seattle University and a member of
the American Evaluation Association. He is the co-author of many articles and the book Measuring Ego Development.
Brian Keith Johnson currently serves as the Director of the Office of Youth Ministry for the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston. Brian has also served as a past
Board Member of the National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministry, Catholic Youth Foundation Board of Directors, and the past Regional Coordinator of Region
10 Catholic Youth Ministry for the States of Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. Brian has over 24 years of experience as a minister to youth and adults in youth
ministry. Over the years, he has been a national and international keynote speaker, workshop presenter, and retreat facilitator.
Dennis Johnson, Jr. has a professional ministry background that spans more than two decades. He has served in parishes as a catechist, youth coordinator, pastoral associate, and parish catechetical leader. He has held diocesan positions as associate director of Hispanic ministry, director of catechetical ministry, and
director of formation and discipleship. He was a lay-missionary in South America where he founded and directed a bi-national religious non-profit organization to
serve impoverished communities. Dennis is a faith-filled Catholic, devoted husband, and loving father.
Teresita Johnson comes to us from the field of broadcast and print journalism where she worked for more than 10 years. She holds a Bachelors Degree in
Radio/Television from the University of Houston and a Masters Degree in Pastoral Studies from the University of St. Thomas. Teresita has been married for 21
years and has four daughters. Currently, Teresita is working as an Associate Director in the Office of Family Life Ministry for the Archdiocese of GalvestonHouston. At the Family Life office she works in the areas of Marriage Preparation and Natural Family Planning.
Rev. Bryan Massingale (S.T.D., Accademia Alphonsianum, 1991), specializes in Roman Catholic moral theology with a focus on Catholic social thought,
liberation theologies, African American religious ethics, and racial justice, applying Catholic social thought to the issues of affirmative action, racial reconciliation,
environmental justice, and terrorism and the challenge of peacemaking. He is the immediate Past President of the Catholic Theological Society of America and the
Convener of the Black Catholic Theological Symposium, has served as a theological consultant to the National Black Catholic Congress, is a consultant to the
United States Catholic Conference of Bishops, providing theological assistance on issues such as criminal justice, capital punishment, environmental justice, and
affirmative action. He has authored over sixty articles, book chapters, and book reviews. His most recent book is Racial Justice and the Catholic Church (Orbis
Books, 2010).
Carol Mayes, O.P. , is currently the Prioress of the Dominican Sisters of Houston. Positions she has held include: Pastoral Associate for Adult Formation at St.
Cecilia Catholic Church in Houston; Vocation and Formation Director for Dominican Sisters; Chaplain at Ben Taub Hospital and Principal of O' Connell High
School in Galveston, where she also taught at the high school level. She holds a MA. in Theology from the University of Notre Dame.
Dr. Hosffman Ospino is Assistant Professor of Pastoral Theology and Religious Education at Boston College's School of Theology and Ministry where he is also
the Director of Graduate Programs in Hispanic Ministry. He has worked in ministry and religious education at various levels in the United States and Latin America.
Dr. Ospino frequently lectures on issues of faith and culture and the impact of this relationship upon Catholic education, catechesis, and ministry.
Ly Phan received her B.A. in Psychology at the University of St. Thomas in Houston, TX. She completed her Master's degree in Industrial/Organizational
Psychology at the George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Currently, she is pursuing her doctorate degree at the University of Texas Health Science
Center with an emphasis on educational programs for breast cancer prevention and survivorship. As a faculty member at the University of St. Thomas, Ly inspires
undergraduate students with her passion for psychological research and applications. Ly, her husband, Khoi Nguyen, and their two children are active members of
Holy Rosary Catholic Church.
Rev. Timothy Piasecki is the pastor of St. Mary Church, Aurora, IL. A board member of PADS, (Public Action to Deliver Shelter) Aurora, IL; a team member
and former member of Board of Directors for North American Forum on the Catechumenate; a presenter on topics of Liturgy and the Catechumenate; and an
instructor in Diocesan Lay Ministry Formation.
Sister Edith Prendergast is currently the Director of Religious Education of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles and directs the annual Religious Education Congress
in Anaheim, California. This event attracts up to 40,000 participants and speakers, both nationally and internationally. She holds a Doctorate in Ministry from
Claremont School of Theology, a Masters Degree in Theology from Boston College. She did her undergraduate work in Divinity and Art at Maria Assumption
College in London, England and received a Sociology degree at the University of San Diego. Sister Edith is a frequent keynote speaker and workshop presenter
at national and local Conferences and has written and contributed to several articles on Spirituality, Catechesis and Adult Faith Formation.
Rev. Maurice Restivo, CSB, STD, a native of Houston, Texas, is a member of the Congregation of Saint Basil. He holds a Doctorate in Christology from the
Pontifical Gregorian University. He initiated the Spanish Language Permanent Deacon program and then was the director of the Permanent Diaconate for the
Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston, and has taught systematic and pastoral theology, including Homiletics, at the University of St. Thomas School of Theology at
St. Mary's Seminary in Houston, Texas, and the Faculty of Theology of the University of St. Michael's College in Toronto. At present, Fr. Restivo is serving as
pastor at Most Holy Trinity parish in Angleton, Texas.
Anna Scally, President of Cornerstone Media, just received the National Youth Ministry Performer/Artist/Author of the Year Award from the National Federation of
Catholic Youth Ministry. Her book, "Keys To Happiness," is inspiring young people all over North America. Voted the American Business Women's Association
Woman of the Year, Anna is a columnist for Cornerstone Media's Top Music Countdown on-line resource and the host of the audio show "Burning Issues," dealing
with relevant youth topics. She has authored work on popular music, religious education and youth ministry, made presentations at youth rallies, training events,
retreats, and adult education days; she has also been a presenter at all the major conferences for religious educators in North America, and master of ceremonies
at World Youth Days in Denver, Toronto, Germany, and Australia.
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Dr. Joseph White is a clinical child psychologist and Director of Family Counseling and Family Life for the Diocese of Austin Texas. He has taught courses in
Catechetics and Pastoral Guidance at the University of Dallas and the University of St. Thomas in Houston. Dr. White is the author of seven books and
numerous articles on catechesis and ministry. A popular speaker at national catechetical, psychological and educational conferences, he is a co-author of the
new Allelu early childhood catechetical program and a National Consultant for Our Sunday Visitor.
David Wood has served the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston as director of the Office of Worship since 2001. David earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in
theology from the University of Dallas and holds a Master of Arts in Liturgical Studies from St. John's University in Collegeville, Minnesota. David's claim to
fame is his wonderful wife Sylvia and their three terrific children Matthew, Michelle and Micah. In his "spare time" he dabbles in computer technology and
home maintenance.
Tom Zanzig is sponsored at our conference by RCL-Benziger. After devoting over 25 years to the development of youth ministry and adolescent religious
education materials, Tom is now a freelance writer, trainer, retreat director and speaker in the areas of Adult Faith Formation (AFF) and spirituality. He recently
established his own consulting and publishing company, Zanzig & Associates, and RCL-Benziger distributes all of his new AFF materials.Tom's work has
taken him throughout the U.S. and Canada as well as to Germany, Australia, Singapore and the Arabian Peninsula. The father of two adult children, he lives in
Madison, WI with his wife, Peg.
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El padre Vicente nació en Ecuador el 5 de abril de 1967. Asistió a la Universidad de Guayaquil, donde recibió su título en Psicología Clínica. Luego, asistió al
seminario de Nuestra Señora de la Esperanza en la cuidad de Ibarra, Ecuador, y fue ordenado al sacerdocio el 30 de mayo de 1991. En el Ecuador, estuvo
involucrado en varios ministerios familiares y de la juventud, así como exponiendo mensajes televisados que incluyen "Mensajes" y el discurso "Senderos"
televisados por ECUAVISA. Vino a la parroquia de Santa Cecilia el año 2006 como ministro de nuestros miembros hispanos. Es un miembro valorado de
nuestra comunidad pastoral.
Miguel Arias es editor de las publicaciones en español de Loyola Press. Como tal, ha sobresalido por su labor de escritor, traductor y editor de libros de
espiritualidad y liturgia. Es parte de la facultad del Instituto Cultural del Medio Oeste, el Instituto Tepeyac y el Instituto Hispano de Liturgia de Chicago. Autor de La
Navidad Hispana y Palabra, vida y fe. junot con su esposa Alma radica en Chicago.
Hermana Margarita Broderick DC, es actualmente prestan servicio a tiempo completo en la Oficina de Pastoral Vocacional de la Provincia de San Luis de las
Hijas de la Caridad. Una Hija de la Caridad de San Vicente de Paúl desde hace más de cuarenta años, pasó la mayor parte de ellos en la Educación Católica
como un maestro de primaria, y catequista en Iowa, Missouri y Louisiana; y la directora de Escuela Catolica en Texas. Hna Margarita tiene una Maestría en
Educación Religiosa de la Universidad de Loyola, Nueva Orleans y de Licenciatura en Inglés / Historia de Marillac College, St. Louis. A ella le gusta se incorpora
música, el arte y el teatro siempre que sea posible, aprecia el trabajo en equipo y la colaboración en el ministerio, y le encanta rezar con la gente.
Anna Alicia Chávez tiene una Maestría en Teología de Catholic Theological Union en Chicago, IL y un Bachillerato de la Universidad del Verbo Encarnado en
San Antonio, TX. La Sra. Chávez ha estado en el ministerio pastoral en la comunidad latina y de inmigrantes por más de 20 años. Ella tiene una experiencia
extensa en Catequesis y Ministerio Juvenil, en adición a la Formación Pastoral, Espiritual y de Liderazgo. Actualmente es Coordinadora del Programa de
Educación y Formación para Catholic Relief Services en la región del suroeste de las Estados Unidos.
Jaime Cortez es un talentoso y popular compositor, arreglista y cantante. Nació en Nueva York y creció en la capital de El Salvador. Actualmente es director de
música de la parroquia Holy Cross, en Mesa, Arizona, donde reside con su esposa Kari y sus tres hijos.
Rev. Stephen Dudek es Licenciado en Teologia en la Universidad Iberoamericana de la Ciudad de México y es Doctorado en Ministerio Catholic Theological
Union de Chicago. Por más de 20 años ha sido párroco en la Diócesis de Grand Rapids ofreciendo sus servicios ministeriales a las comunidades hispanas,
vietnamitas y anglo parlantes.
Santiago Fernández se ha desempeñado como músico pastoralista por los últimos 25 años en varias parroquias y ministerios, y es actualmente director de
ministerios musicales en la parroquia de San Damián de Molokai en Pontiac, Michigan, en donde dirige los coros en español y en inglés. Él obtuvo su licenciatura
en música en Wayne State University en Detroit y su certificación en ministerio litúrgico y ministerio pastoral en la Arquidiócesis de Detroit de acuerdo a la
Comisión de Certificación y Acreditación de la USCCB (Conferencia Episcopal Norteamericana). Santiago es conferencista y presentador de talleres en eventos
y congresos a nivel nacional en el área de música litúrgica hispana.
Dennis Johnson, Jr. tiene experiencia pastoral que abarca más de dos décadas. Él ha servido en parroquias como catequista, coordinador de la pastoral con
adolescentes, agente pastoral y líder catequético parroquial. Ha ocupado cargos diocesanos como director asociado para la pastoral hispana, director de la
pastoral catequética y director de la formación y el discipulado. Fue un laico misionero en América del Sur, donde fundó y dirigió una organización sin fines de
lucro religiosa binacional para servir a comunidades empobrecidas. Dennis es un católico lleno de fe, un esposo devotado y un padre cariñoso.
Teresita Johnson trabajó por más de 10 años en el área periodística. Tiene una licenciatura en Comunicaciones, Radio y Televisión, de la Universidad de
Houston y una Maestría en Estudios Pastorales de la Universidad de Santo Tomás. Teresita, y su esposo Randy, han celebrado en compañía de sus cuatro
hijas, 21 años de matrimonio. En la actualidad trabaja como Directora Asociada en la Oficina de Vida Familiar de la Arquidiócesis de Galveston-Houston, donde
se encarga de la preparación matrimonial y es promotora de Planificación Familiar Natural.
Diácono Arturo Monterrubio es el Director de la Oficina del Ministerio de la Vida Familiar en la Arquidiócesis de Galveston-Houston. Ha sido instructor del
Programa de Formación para el Ministerio Cristiano los últimos nueve años. Tiene una Maestria en Estudios Teológicos y también en Ingenieria Quimica, fue
ordenado diácono permanente hace ocho años. El y su esposa Esperanza son directores espirituales del Movimiento Familiar Cristiano Católico en el area de
Galveston-Houston. El diácono Arturo y su esposa tienen un programa seminal en Radio Maria "En Familia." El diáconoy su esposa tienen tres hijas y tres hijos.
Roberto Navarro es originario de México. El tiene más de diecinueve años de experiencia sirviendo en diferentes capacidades en la iglesia Católica. En agosto
del 2007 fue nombrado director de la Oficina de Jóvenes Adultos y Pastoral Universitaria de la Arquidiócesis de Galveston-Houston. Roberto obtuvo una
licenciatura en administración de Empresas de la Universidad St. Edward en Austin, Texas. Tiene una Maestría en Teología y una Maestría en Ministerio Pastoral
de la Universidad de St. Mary en San Antonio y es candidato a un Doctorado en Ministerio con especialización en Formación Espiritual para Adultos de la
Universidad Católica de America en Washington, DC.
Dr. Hosffman Ospino es profesor de teología pastoral y educación religiosa en la Escuela de Teología y Ministerio de Boston College en donde también es
director de programas de postgrado en ministerio hispano. El Dr. Ospino cuenta con gran experiencia en trabajo pastoral y de educación religiosa tanto en los
Estados Unidos como en Latinoamérica. Con frecuencia hace presentaciones sobre temas relacionados con la fe y la cultura y el impacto de esta relación sobre
la educación católica, la catequesis y la pastoral.
Rev. Timothy Piasecki es el párroco de la parroquia de Santa María en Aurora, Illinois. Miembro de la mesa directiva de PADS (una posada para los sin hogar);
un miembro del equipo del Foro Norteamericano Sobre el Catecumenado; instructor sobre la liturgia y el catecumenado en la escuela del liderazgo en su
diócesis. Servía como misionero en Perú.
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Vilma Pardo- Rodríguez, MA. LPC es una Consejera Profesional Licenciada por el Estado de Texas y ejerce en practica privada en la ciudad de Houston, Texas,
donde ha servido como Directora Parroquial de Ministerio Hispano y Psicoterapeuta para la Universidad de Texas con HC (UTHCPC) .Ella es miembro de la
Mesa de Consulta del Seminario Saint Mary's y parte del equipo académico del Instituto Fe y Vida. La Sra. Pardo - Rodríguez ha desarrollado programas para el
fortalecimiento de la familia y es una presentadora a nivel local y nacional sobre temas psico-educacionales. En 1998 fur reconocida por su Santidad Juan Pablo
II con el premio "Por la Iglesia y el Papa"
Victor Valenzuela es consultor bilingüe a nivel nacional de William H. Sadlier Inc. Por más de 20 años ha estado trabajando en el ministerio hispano. Ha sido
maestro de secundaria y ha colaborado en diversos ministerios parroquiales incluyendo pastoral juvenil y educación religiosa, donde tiene una gran experiencia
preparando materiales. Terminó sus estudios superiores en el seminario St. Joseph en Mountain View, California y tiene dos años de teología cursados en el
seminario St. Patricks. También tiene su maestría en educación religiosa de la Universidad de San Francisco. Nació en Arizona de padres mexicanos, ha vivido
la mayor parte de su vida en el área de la bahía. Actualmente vive en Alameda, CA.
Vietnamese Speaker Bios
Rev. Anthony Tien M. Dinh, OP. was ordained on 1997 in Calgary, Canada. He got his BSEE at University of Florida; his Mdiv and STL at
Dominican House of Studies in Washington, DC.; his STD at Angelicum in Rome. His expertise is in Johannine Litterature. He is currently
training Vietnamese catechists in Galveston-Houston Archdiocese.
Cha Antôn Đinh Minh Tiên, OP., thụ phong Linh Mục năm 1997 tại Calgary, Gia Nã Đại. Ngài có bằng Kỹ Sư Điện tại Đại Học Florida; bằng
Cao Học về Thần Học và Thánh Kinh tại Học Viện Đaminh ở Washington, DC; bằng Tiến Sĩ Thần Học Thánh Kinh tại Agelicum ở Rôma. Ngài
chuyên môn về Văn Chương Gioan. Hiện Ngài đang huấn luyện Giáo Lý Viên Việt Nam tại TGP Galveston-Houston.
Dr. Le Xuan Hy teaches the Cross Cultural Leadership course for the Pastoral Leadership Program. He is serving as the director of the Catholic
Studies program at Seattle University. He is an adjunct associate Professor of Pastoral Theology in the School of Theology and Ministry at
Seattle University and a member of the American Evaluation Association. He is the co-author of many articles and the book Measuring Ego
Development.
Tiến Sĩ Lê Xuân Hy dạy về Lãnh Đạo Đa Văn Hóa cho Chương Trình Lãnh Đạo Mục Vụ. Ông là giáo sư Tâm Lý, Thần Học, và là giám đốc
khoa Công Giáo Học tại Phân Khoa Thần Học và Mục Vụ thuộc Đại Học Seattle và thành viên của American Evaluation Association. Ông cũng là
tác giả của nhiều bài báo và sách Đo Lường Phát Triển Tâm Lý (Measuring Ego Development).
Fr. Dat Hoang was born in Vietnam and came to the United States in 1990. He is one of eight children. He attended high school here in
Houston and entered the Seminary in 1994. Fr. Dat was ordained in 2003 and his first assignment after ordination was to Holy Name Parish,
north of Downtown. Later on he was assigned to St. Mary Magdalene Parish in Humble, TX where he served as Parochial Vicar and in charge
of Hispanic Ministry. He has been the Director of Vocations and the Department of Seminarians for the past 3 ½ years. He is very talented
musically and plays the violin, piano and guitar.
Cha Hoàng Đạt sinh tạ Việt Nam trong một gia đình có tám người con, và đến Hoa Kÿ năm 1990. Cha học trung học tại Houston và nhập Đại
Chủng Viện năm 1994. Cha thụ phong linh mục năm 2003 và nhận sứ vụ đầu tiên là phục vụ tại Giáo xứ Holy Name, phía bắc của Houston.
Sau đó cha đã là phó xứ chuyên lo mục vụ cho người nói tiếng Tây Ban Nha tại Giáo Xứ St. Mary Magdalene, Humble, TX. Hiện Cha đang là
Giám Đốc Văn phòng Ơn Gọi và Chủng Sinh trong ba năm rưỡi qua. Cha rất có khiếu về âm nhạc và chơi đàn violin, guitar và piano
Sister Bernadette Huong Nguyen, OP is a native of Houston and a member of the Vietnamese Dominican Sisters of Mary Immaculate
Province. A graduate from the University of St. Thomas, she has taught at Our Lady of Guadalupe School and in various CCE programs
throughout the archdiocese. Growing up in the "cross generation" of Vietnamese and American culture, she understands the importance of the
integration of faith and culture, especially within the CCE classroom.
Sơ Bernadette Nguyễn Hương, OP., sinh trưởng ở Houston và là thành viên của Dòng Nữ Đaminh, Tỉnh Dòng Đức Mẹ Vô Nhiễm. Sơ tốt
nghiệp Đại Học Thánh Tôma, đã dạy tại Trường Đức Mẹ Guadalupe và nhiều chương trình Giáo Lý trong TGP. Lớn lên trong “thế hệ bắc cầu”
của nền văn hóa Việt Mỹ, sơ hiểu tầm quan trọng của việc tổng hợp đức tin và văn hóa, đặc biệt là trong các lớp Giáo Lý.
Ly Phan received her B.A. in Psychology at the University of St. Thomas in Houston, TX. She completed her Master's degree in
Industrial/Organizational Psychology at the George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Currently, she is pursuing her doctorate degree
at the University of Texas Health Science Center with an emphasis on educational programs for breast cancer prevention and survivorship.
As a faculty member at the University of St. Thomas, Ly inspires undergraduate students with her passion for psychological research and
applications. Ly, her husband, Khoi Nguyen, and their two children are active members of Holy Rosary Catholic Church.
Rev. Luong Uong, C.Ss.R
Fr. Luong is responsible for formation, training and follow up of all family life ministers, individuals, and/or teams for the office of Family Life
Ministry, other offices, parishes and agencies; this formation and training includes the family perspective with the content of Ministry with
Families. He is the office liaison for grief and healing ministries and groups in our Archdiocese.
Cha Uông Quang Lượng, C.Ss.R
Cha Lượng lãnh trách nhiệm đào luyện và theo sát các từa tác viên về gia đình, các cá nhân và nhóm cho văn phòng Phục Vụ Đời Sống Gia
Đình, các văn phòng, các giáo xứ và cơ quan khác; việc đào luyện và huấn luyện này bao gồm nhãn quan gia đình với nội dung của Thừa Tác
Vụ với các Gia Đình. Cha cũng là liên lạc viên cho thừa tác vụ và các nhóm an ủi và chữa lành của TGP.
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Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston
Staff of Continuing Christian Education
Back row: Mark Ciesielski, Associate Director; Adrián Herrera, Associate Director; Kathy Bronikowski, Secretary; Brian Garcia-Luense, Associate Director;
Esperanza Monterrubio, Associate Director; Michael Way, Associate Director
Front Row: Charleen Katra, Associate Director; Virginia Schutte, Secretary; Anne Comeaux, Director; Laura Pineda, Secretary; Kathy Kelly, Associate Director
Acknowledgements
The Staff of the CCE Office is grateful to the following for their contributions toward the
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His Eminence Daniel Cardinal DiNardo, Archbishop of Galveston-Houston, for presiding at the liturgy
Diane O’Connor for her help with media, A/V and filming expertise
Debbie Elizondo, Director of Adult Formation at the Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, Houston Texas, for the Conference Logo Design
Environment team: Yvonne Smaistrla, Gayle Hogwood and Martha Burns for their time and talent and all their volunteers who created the
environment for prayer and liturgy
Paul (Khoi) Pham for his contribution of time and talent for the Vietnamese translations.
Debora Walker for graphic design of the poster for publicity
David Hernandez, A-1 Best Moving for his expertise
Jeff Crandall for his work with the A/V for the conference
Liturgy Team: Ginny Temple, Amy Florian, Jacki Giacone, musicians Jaime Cortez and Santiago Fernandez; cantors and local Musicians
for providing beautiful music throughout the conference
Nannette Coons and the Registration/Hospitality Committee for all their work prior to and during the conference
Communications Secretariat of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston Office of Worship, Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston
RCL Benziger for their sponsorship of the speaker welcome bags
We would like to thank the following sponsors who generously donated funds, services
and/or sponsored speakers:
• Cornerstone Media for their co-sponsorship of Anna Scally
• Loyola Press for their sponsorship of Miguel Arias
• Our Sunday Visitor Curriculum Division (formerly Harcourt Religion Publishers) for their sponsoship of Dr. Michael Carotta
and Santiago Fernandez
• Our Sunday Visitor for their sponsorship of Dr. Joseph White
• RCL Benziger for their sponsorship of Tom Zanzig
• Twenty-Third Publications for their sponsorship of Bill Huebsch
• William H. Sadlier, Inc for their sponsorship of Kathy Hendricks and Victor Valenzula
We appreciate the contribution made to our event by the participating exhibitors who
support the conference. Please take time to visit the exhibits in 351 AF and 350 DF to
learn about the programs and materials available.
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Exhibitor Descriptions
American Bible Society
1865 Broadway
New York, NY 10023
P: 888 239-3976 F: 866-570-2077
E: [email protected]
Web site: www.bibles.com
Booth # 34
Cornerstone Media
PO Box 1185
Healdsburg, CA 95448
P: 707-431-8336 F:
E: [email protected]
Web site: www.cornerstonemedia.org
Booth # 35
The mission of the American Bible Society is to make the Bible
available to every person in a language and format each can
understand and afford, so all people may experience its
life-changing message.
Cornerstone Media, Inc., produces both print and audio materials to
help parents, teachers, youth ministers, pastors, and others who work
with teens. We use the music that young people listen to everyday as
a tool to spark dialogue about values and relationships.
Cameo Blessings
7460 Kitty Hawk #188
Converse, TX 78109
P: 210-590-0099
E: [email protected]
Web site: www.cameoblessings.com
Faith Factory Tshirts
5007 Pointclear Ct
Arlington, TX 76017
P: 800-823-5890 F:
E: [email protected]
Web site: www.FaithFactoryTshirts.com
Booth # 31
Vintage cameos from 1930's-1960's. My parents gave me the
"leftovers" of an estate sale so I could pay my medical debt.
Hence, the name, "Cameo Blessings".
Catholic Relief Services
7711 Madonna Dr.
San Antonio, TX 78216
P: 210-366-3884 F: 210-366-4671
E: [email protected]
Web site: www.crs.org
Booth # 6
CRS serves U.S. Catholics by offering opportunities to put their faith
into action to build a world in which people live as one human family.
Christian Renewal Center
1515 Hughes Rd.
Dickinson, TX 77539
P: 281-337-1312 F: 281-337-2615
E: [email protected]
Web site: www.retreatcentercrc.org
Booth # 4
The Christian Renewal Center is a retreat center open to serving the
needs of all Christians. The retreat center is a beautiful haven set
apart to experience reflect and renewal in your relationship with our
Lord Jesus Christ, yourself and others.
Congregation of the Sisters of Charity
of the Incarnate Word, Houston
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Houston, TX 77023
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Let's Pray Polo shirts were inspired to be daily tangible reminders to
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chaos. Half of the proceeds will go to our children's school, Our
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Small-group, lay-led Bible study helps adults to establish vibrant faith
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schools in furthering the catechetical-evangelical mission of a familyoriented, multi-ethnic Church of adults, youth and children.
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Maryknoll is the popular name for the Catholic Foreign Mission
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DVDs, and CD-Roms. The spirit of Pope John XXIII has been and
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Pflaum Publishing Group
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youth ministers.
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enriching the lives of individuals, families, and communities worldwide.
We value integrity, respectful collaboration, enthusiasm, and sound
business principles.
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Viva has been in business since 1974 and services the liturgical church
market. The majority of our customers are Roman Catholics and
Episcopalians. The ownership of Viva views the store as a return to the
days when theology and philosophy were not separate disciplines so
we carry a substantial inventory of "academic" titles and literature. Viva is
the textbook supplier for Oblate School of Theology in San Antonio. The
store "goes on the road" about 20 times a year for conferences.
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Showcase Descriptions
All Publisher Showcases will be held on
Friday, February 11, 2011 at 1:15 - 1:45 PM
in the designated rooms.
Loyola Press
Room 340 B
Preparing Children and Their Parents for the Sacraments of Reconciliation and Eucharist
This workshop offers practical, meaningful ways to enhance sacramental preparation programs.
Participants will learn various ways to engage parents and children in sacramental preparation.
Our Sunday Visitor Curriculum Division
Room 342 E
Your one-source for catechetical materials that are INNOVATIVE, COMPREHENSIVE, and LIFELONG.
See the latest resources to assist you in your mission to "help Catholics of ALL ages to better
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Pflaum Publishing Group
Room 342 B
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Experience an exciting format, engaging lessons, and an extraordinarily easy-to-use program for new
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RCL Benziger
Room 342 F
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enter into our drawings which include a $50 Visa gift card, gift baskets and more! Everyone receives a
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William H. Sadlier, Inc.
Room 342 AD
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"The InvestiGator Club" (Pre-K 3 and 4) for schools, parish Early Childhood programs or
Mother's Day Out.
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Catechetical Conference 2011
Friday Opening Prayer
Call To Prayer
Opening Song:
SAL Y LUZ
Santiago Fernández
Estrofa
#### 4
j
&
4 j œ œ
œ
j
œ œ
J
En - via - dos
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& ## œ œ
por
œ
J
Je - su
-
œ œ.
J
cris
a pro-cla - mar
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& # # œ œ.
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de
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&
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j j
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j
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œ
Ó
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van
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&
J œ
-
j j
œ œ œ
pa
-
ra
j j
œ œ œ
ria a nues - tro
j
œ
su bue-na
nue -
œ Œ Œ ‰ j
œ
Que-
ser luz en la os-cu - ri - dad.
œ
J
Que nues - tras
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œ œ
&
œ
J
j j
œ œ œ
œ œ œ . Œ ‰ œj œj œ œj œj œ Jœ
J J
œ œ œj œ
Œ
ve -
vi-da, a - mor y ver - dad.
re-mos con nues-tro e - jem - plo
##
& ## ˙
‰ œj
Œ
to
a - le-gres
‰ œj œj œ
Œ
-
j
œ œ Œ Œ ‰ j œj œ
œ
j
œ Jœ œ
ni-mos
œ
j
œ ˙
bue
Ó
œ œ
J
-
nas
j j
œ œ œ
j
œ
o
sir -
ho-nor
j j
œ œ œ
j j
œ œ œ
pa
ce
dre
bras
œ œ œj œ
Œ
dar
-
-
-
y
œ
J
glo -
j
œ w
les - tial.
Letra: De Mateo 5, 13-16. Letra y música © 2003, Santiago Fernández.
Obra publicada por spiritandsong.com®. Derechos reservados.
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SAL Y LUZ (CONT 2)
Estribillo
##
& # # .. ‰ œœ œœ œœ œœ œœ œœ
œœ ..
So-mos la sal de la
tie
##
& # # œœ ..
j
œœ œœ œœ
mun
-
-
buen sa-bor le
œ
j
œ œ
j
œœ œœ œœ
tie
-
so-mos la luz del
rra,
da - re-mos
w
œœ œœ
Œ
rra,
œœ œœ œœ
a la Estrofa
Ó
Ó
Œ
con
mun
-
do;
a la hu - ma - ni - dad.
2, 3
Final
‰
Ó
˙
j
œœ œœ œœ
œ œ œ œj œj œ œj
J J
y jun-tos bri - lla - re-mos pa-ra a-lum - brar
&
al mun-do
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so-mos la luz del
1
j
œ
So-mos la sal de la
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j j
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&
œ
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J J
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j j
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‰ œœ œœ œœ œœ œœ œœ
nues - tra ca - ri - dad.
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Œ œœ œœ œœ œœ œœ
‰ œ œ œ œ œj œj œ
J J
do,
#### j
œ œ
&
j
œœ œœ œœ
˙
..
˙
Ó
Letra: De Mateo 5, 13-16. Letra y música © 2003, Santiago Fernández.
Obra publicada por spiritandsong.com®. Derechos reservados.
Opening Prayer
Reading: 1 Corinthians 12, 31- 13, 8
Response: You Are Love
Reverencing the Cross
ÓYENOS, SEÑOR/LISTEN TO YOUR PEOPLE
Intercessions:
Bob Hurd
Estribillo Ostinato
Ó
ye
Lis ten
nos,
Se
to your
peo
ñor,
ó
ple.
ye
Ó
nos,
Se
ye nos, Se
ñor.
ñor.
Letra y música: Misa de las Américas; © 1988, Bob Hurd. Obra publicada por OCP Publications. Derechos
reservados.
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Closing:
Con Amor Jovial/With Rejoicing Hearts
J.Cortez
CON AMOR JOVIAL / WITH REJOICING HEARTS
Jaime Cortez
Estribillo
Con a mor jo
With re joic ing
Tu ca
ri ño ha
we have known the
yer.
past.
te glo
ri
fi
we pro claim your
vial,
hearts
si
fruit
do e
of
Y
al tra ba jar
Work ing hand in hand,
vi
den
your grace
Siem pre fie
Ev
er faith
mos.
ry;
te
in
a
the
jun tos, ma no a ma
we be come your sto
com par ti
mos sue
ños
and we share the dreams and
tial.
cast.
ca
glo
del
the
les a
ful to
tu a
your
plan
vi
mor
love,
no,
ry;
ce
sions
les
you’ve
tra e
we will
3
re mos
bring
tu
rei
no
a
your king dom to
luz.
light.
© 1995, Jaime Cortez. Obra publicada por OCP Publications. Derechos reservados.
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Con Amor Jovial/With Rejoicing Hearts con’t.
CON AMOR JOVIAL / WITH REJOICING HEARTS
(CONT 2)
Estrofas
1.
Tú
nos
2.
ba
Em
mos
3.
Va
1. Touched by
gen
All
2.
3. Each one
1. re
mos
2. ca da in
ra
3. pa
1. bring ing
2. bring ing
3. serv ing
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
ins
pi
ras
ja
do res
al mun do
your prom ise,
er
a tions
em pow ered
tra
di
ser
your
the
and
dos
To
cla
Mez
tra
Nues
Chal lenged
vel
Mar
we
As
er
tu
vi
duo
vir
a
Spir it
best of
heal ing
te
ne
di
vi
ta
re
to take
ous blend
pro gress
en nues tra
mi sión,
del rei
de Dios,
no
san do el po der
u
we live by your word,
re spond to
your call,
go
to
to
the world
men sa
je
im
por ta en
la
co
mu
to
ev
’ry
their own min
as
you would
mos
na
a
on
that
in
de a
el
ni
one’s
is
have
que
mor.
plan.
dad.
heart.
try.
done.
un
don
que a
va
que e le
ne a
nos
u
sion
your mis
be comes, through
en
the heav
por
su
tu
of
your
ly
al Estribillo
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
tar,
voz
ser,
love,
love,
plan,
ya
a
guí
a
nun
cia
dán
do
each mem
ho
ly
we
all
nos,
tu
nos
ber
com
u
oh
sal
san
must
mu
nite
Se
va
ti
take
ni
as
ñor.
ción.
dad.
part.
ty.
one.
© 1995, Jaime Cortez. Obra publicada por OCP Publications. Derechos reservados.
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Friday Closing Prayer
Gathering:
With Rejoicing Hearts
(See Friday Opening Prayer, pg. 33-34)
J. Cortez
Lectura: Lectura del libro del Profeta Isaías.
Response to the Word: Porque Me Ha Ungido
J. Cortez
PORQUE ME HA UNGIDO
Jaime Cortez
Estribillo
j
j
6
& b 8 œ œ œ œ œ . œ Jœ œ . œ œ œ . œ œ ˙ . .. ‰ œ œ
El es - pí-ri - tu del Se - ñor
es - tá so - bre mí,
por - que me ha un -
1
&b œ œ œ. œ.
‰œ œ
gi - do,
œ œ
J
2
j
œ œ œ œ . œ . .. œ œ œ . œ .
œ
por - que me ha
un - gi - do.
a las Estrofas
(Fin)
Œ. ‰
Used with permission.
gi - do.
Palabra de Dios….Te alabamos Señor
&
Response to the Word: Porque Me Ha Ungido
PRESIDER:
God has chosen us to bring good news to those who are hungry for life in Christ.
Let us ask God for what we need for this great task.
Intercessions: We Venerate Your Cross
S. Fernandez
WE VENERATE YOUR CROSS / TU CRUZ ADORAMOS
Santiago Fernández
# Refrain/Estribillo
j
& 44 œj œ . œ œ
We
We
3
3
Œ.
œ
j
œ œ œ œ œ œ œ
œ ˙
tu Cruz a - do - ra - mos, Se te glo - ri - fi - ca - mos, Se -
ven - er - ate your cross,
wor - ship you, O Lord,
1
#
T
& ˙
Œ
ñor;
ñor;
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&
go - zo,
œ œ
-
œ œ
‰ we praise
de la
3
# œ œ3 œ
œ œ œ
&
ba - mos tu
j
œ œ
œ.
your res - ur - rec
Œ
˙
Œ
a - la -
3
Cruz nos ha
œ
œ œ
3
‰ .. œ œ œ œ œ œ
3
œ œ
Œ
tion,
2
re - su - rrec - ción.
œ
œ œ.
J
ve - ni - do el
3
œ
œ œ œ
˙
Œ ‰
through the cross you brought joy to the world.
Text: English fr. The Roman Missal © 1973, ICEL. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
Spanish fr. Misal Romano, Sixth Edition, © 1991, Obra Nacional de la Buena Prensa, A.C.
All rights reserved. Used with permission. Music © 2004, Santiago Fernández.
Published by OCP Publications. All rights reserved.
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FORMADORES
Closing:
DE LA
SOCIEDAD
Santiago Fernández
S
Estribillo
### 4 Œ ˙
& 4
(Estribillo Final)
œ œ œ œ œj œj œ œj œj œ j
œ œ œ œ œœŒ Ó
J
For - ma-do - res de
For - ma-do - res de
la
la
so
so
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se-re - mos
se-re - mos
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j j
& # Ó œ œ œ œJ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œj œj œ œj œ œ Œ Ó
y la luz
de Cris - to al mun - do lle - va - re - mos,
y la Bue - na Nue - va a to - dos lle - va - re - mos,
j
j
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par-ti - ci- pan
par-ti - ci- pan
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j
œ œ œ œ œ.
œ œ œ œj œ œj ˙ .
com- pa - gi-nan - do
com- pa - gi-nan - do
3a vez: al Estribillo Final
Œ
∑
con la Nue - va E - van - ge- li - za- ción.
con la Nue - va E - van - ge- li - za- ción.
Estrofas
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&
j
œ œ
œ œ
j j
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Ó
j
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Œ
1. Hoy a - quí co - mien - za
2. Hoy nues- tras ra - í - ces
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tan
cre -
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nues
de
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tras
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por Je so - cie -
j
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al Estribillo
j
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œ
1. e
2. tan
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mer
ur
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J
œ.
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gen
gen
-
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tes.
tes.
© 2002, Sanfer Music, LLC (BMI). Derechos reservados. Con las debidas licencias.
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Saturday Opening Prayer
Call To Worship
Gathering: With Rejoicing Hearts
(See Friday Opening Prayer pgs. 33-34)
J. Cortez
Welcome and Opening Prayer
Reading: Trích sách Ngôn Sứ Giêrêmia
Jeremiah 31: 31-34
Đó là Lời Chúa
R/. Tạ ơn Chúa
Response to the Word: Tinh Chúa Cao Với / Boundless Love
Duy Thiên
TôNH CHÚA CAO V™I / BOUNDLESS LOVE
Duy Thi‘n
Refrain
b 2
&bb4 œ
œ œ œ œ œ
œ
y‘u
[K. T¤nh
Far - be -
b
&bb œ œ
cao
Cha
yond the reach of
œ œ
œ
œ
bi’t
{æp
{÷n
th’
low the depths of end - less
b
& b b œ.
j
œ
Íi!
end,
œ.
[◊
cho
en - flames
œ
vÏi
bi’t
end - less
œ
œ
bao,
sky,
nøo
far
œ.
j
œ
œ.
nøo,
sea,
{◊
your
cho
love,
œ œ
œ
œ
con
be -
œ
œ
œ
c…n xˆng Cha
that has no
(Fine)
˙
œ
c…n xˆng Cha
Íi.
my heart a - gain.
English text: Rufino Zaragoza, OFM. Text and music © 1976, 2000, Nguyn Vn Thng.
Published by OCP. All rights reserved.
Gospel:
A reading from the holy gospel according to John.
Glory to you Lord.
37
Sung Response:
I Say Yes/ Digo Si, Señor
D. Peña
DIGO “SÍ”, SEÑOR/I SAY “YES,” MY LORD
Donna Peña
Estrofas
Cantor
Di go “Sí”, Se ñor.
I say “Yes,” my Lord.
(Invocación)
Se repite 4 veces Estribillo
Todos
Di go “Si”, Se ñor.
I say “Yes,” my Lord.
tiem pos ma
all the good
“Si”, Se ñor,
“Yes,” my Lord,
Di
I
go
say
los,
en tiem pos
times, through all
the
a
to
to
ev
do lo
’ry word
“Si”, Se ñor,
“Yes,” my Lord,
bue nos.
bad times.
en
in
go
say
Di
I
que ha blas.
you speak.
© 1989, G.I.A. Publications, Inc. Derechos reservados. Con las debidas licencias.
The Gospel of the Lord.
R. Praise to you Lord, Jesus Christ.
Sprinkling of the Assembly: I Say Yes/ Digo Si, Señor
D. Peña
The Lord’s Prayer
Blessing and Sending Forth
Closing: Sal y Luz
(See Friday Opening Prayer, page 31-32)
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S. Fernandez
Saturday Eucharistic Liturgy
CON AMOR JOVIAL / WITH REJOICING HEARTS
Gathering:
Jaime Cortez
Estribillo
Con a mor
With re joic
jo
ing
te glo
ri
fi
we pro claim your
vial,
hearts
Tu ca
ri ño ha
we have known the
si
fruit
do e
of
Y
al tra ba
jar
Work ing hand in hand,
yer.
past.
vi
den
your grace
Siem pre fie
Ev
er faith
mos.
ry;
te
in
a
the
jun tos, ma no a ma
we be come your sto
com par ti
mos
sue
ños
and we share the dreams and
tial.
cast.
ca
glo
del
the
les a
ful to
tu a
your
plan
vi
ce
sions
mor
love,
no,
ry;
les
you’ve
tra e
we will
3
re mos
bring
tu
rei
no
a
your king dom to
luz.
light.
Estrofas
©
Tú
nos
1.
Em
ba
2.
mos
Va
3.
1. Touched by
gen
All
2.
Each one
3.
1. re
mos
2. ca da in
ra
3. pa
1. bring ing
2. bring ing
3. serv ing
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
ins
pi
ras
ja
do
res
al
mun do
your prom ise,
tions
er
a
em pow ered
tra
di
ser
your
the
and
dos
To
cla
Mez
tra
Nues
Chal lenged
vel
Mar
we
As
er
vi
vir
Spir
best
heal
tu
duo
a
it
of
ing
te
ne
vi
di
re
ta
take
to
ous blend
pro gress
en nues tra
mi sión,
del
rei
de Dios,
no
san do el
u
po der
we live by
your word,
re spond to
your call,
go
to
to
the world
men
im
la
to
their
as
mos
na
a
on
that
in
sa
je
por ta en
co
mu
ev
’ry
own min
you would
de a
el
ni
one’s
is
have
que
mor.
plan.
dad.
heart.
try.
done.
un
don
que a
va
que e
le
ne a
nos
u
sion
your mis
be comes, through
en
heav
the
por
su
tu
of
your
ly
al Estribillo
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
tar,
voz
ser,
love,
love,
plan,
ya
a
guí
a
cia
nun
do
dán
each mem
ly
ho
all
we
nos,
tu
nos
ber
com
u
oh
sal
san
must
mu
nite
Se
va
ti
take
ni
as
ñor.
ción.
dad.
part.
ty.
one.
© 1995, Jaime Cortez. Obra publicada por OCP Publications. Derechos reservados.
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GLORY TO GOD
Gloria:
Judy Hylton
Glo
earth.
ry to God
in the high
of the Fa
ther, Lord God, Lamb
you take a way the sin of the world: have mer
you are seat ed at the right hand of the Fa ther:
Lord,
For you a lone are the Ho
you
a
ther,
you thanks, we praise you for your glo
Lord Je sus Christ, on ly Son
prayer.
on
Lord God, heav en ly King, al might y God and Fa
we wor ship you, we give
God,
est, and peace to his peo ple
ly One,
lone are the Most High, Je
Ho ly Spir it, in the glo ry of God
the Fa
cy
on
ry.
of
us;
re ceive
our
you a lone are the
sus Christ,
ther.
A
with the
men.
Music © 1984, Judith E. Hylton. Published by OCP. All rights reserved.
LITURGY OF THE WORD
First Reading: Lectura del libro del Eclesiástico
Sirach 15: 15-20
Palabra de Dios. R. Te Alabamos Señor.
Psalm Response: Blessed are they who follow the way of the Lord!
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Psalm 119
Second Reading:
Trích thư thứ nhất của Thánh Phaolô Tông đồ gửi tín hữu Côrintô.
1 Corinthians 2: 6-10
Đó là Lời Chúa
R. Tạ ơn Chúa
Gospel Acclamation: Aleluya
Misa Hispana
ALELUYA
Misa Hispana
Estribillo
##
& # 42 œ
œ
œ œ
œ
¡A - le - lu - ya!
###
&
œ
œ
œ
œ
¡A - le - lu - ya!
### Estrofas
& Jœ œ
œ
œ
&
j
œ œ
œ.
1. gios,
2. tos,
3. so,
œ
œ
˙
œ
¡A - le - lu - ya!
¡A - le - lu
œ
œ
œ
œ
œ
¡A - le - lu - ya!
œ
œ
1. La
dies - tra
Se
del
2. Re - su - ci - tó
Je
3. Do - mi - na
Cris - to
###
œ œ
œ
œ
œ.
œ
¡A - le - lu
œ
œ
ya!
-
-
ya!
˙
œ
ñor ha he - cho
pro - di
sús de en - tre
muer
los
to - do el
u - ni - ver
-
-
al Estribillo
œ
œ
œ
œ
œ
œ
la dies - tra del Se - ñor me ha
no ten - drá
so-bre él la muer - te
‰ Cris - to Se - ñor
rei - na en
œ
˙
˙
sal - va
do - mi
su
tro
-
do.
nio.
no.
Letra y música: Misa Popular.
Gospel:
Matt. 5: 20-22a, 27-28, 33-34a, 37
A reading from the holy gospel according to Matthew.
R. Glory to you, Lord.
The gospel of the Lord.
R. Praise to you Lord, Jesus Christ.
Homily
Prayers of the Faithful: Oyenos, Señor
B. Hurd
ÓYENOS, SEÑOR/LISTEN TO YOUR PEOPLE
Bob Hurd
Estribillo Ostinato
Ó
ye
Lis ten
nos,
Se
to your
peo
ñor,
ó
ple.
ye
Ó
nos,
Se
ye nos, Se
ñor.
ñor.
Letra y música: Misa de las Américas; © 1988, Bob Hurd. Obra publicada por OCP Publications. Derechos
reservados.
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LITURGY OF THE EUCHARIST
Preparation of Gifts: Tinh Chúa Cao Với / Boundless Love
Duy Thiên
TôNH CHÚA CAO V™I / BOUNDLESS LOVE
Duy Thi‘n
Refrain
b 2
&bb4 œ
œ œ œ œ œ
œ
cao
Cha
yond the reach of
y‘u
[K. T¤nh
Far - be -
b
&bb œ œ
œ œ
œ
b
& b b œ.
j
œ
œ.
œ
bao,
sky,
nøo
far
j
œ
œ.
nøo,
sea,
{◊
your
cho
love,
œ
con
be -
œ
œ
œ
c…n xˆng Cha
that has no
(Fine)
œ
œ œ
[◊
cho
en - flames
Íi!
end,
vÏi
bi’t
end - less
œ
œ.
œ
bi’t
{æp
{÷n
th’
low the depths of end - less
œ
˙
œ
c…n xˆng Cha
Íi.
my heart a - gain.
English text: Rufino Zaragoza, OFM. Text and music © 1976, 2000, Nguyn Vn Thng.
Published by OCP. All rights reserved.
Holy, Holy:
& b 44 œ .
œ.
j
œ
œ.
Holy,Holy/Santo,Santo
j
œ œ.
& b œ.
Ho
San
-
œ
J
ly,
to,
j
œ œ
ho
San
-
ly,
to,
œ
œ œ
ho
- ly
San - to es el
œ
œ
j
œ œ
God
Dios
of pow
- er, God of might. U - ni - ver - so.
del
full cie - lo
of your glo - ry.
y
la tie - rra
&b œ œ œ œ œ
j
&b œ
œ
œ. œ œ œ œ
œ.
Ho
de
REFRAIN/ESTRIBILLO
& b œ. œ œ œ œ
-
œ
œ.
Lord.
Se - ñor,
œ œ
Heav - en and earth
Lle - nos es - tán
œ œ œ
san - na, ho - san
tu glo - ria. Ho - san
œ œ
˙
œ
P.Kolar
œ. œ œ œ œ
œ
-
œ.
j
œ
are
el
na.
na.
j
œ œ. œ œ œ œ
œ œ
Ho - san - na in the high - est, ho - san - na in the high - est, ho ¡Ho - san - na en el cie - lo, ho - san - na en el cie - lo, ho -
& b œ. œ œ œ
œ œ ˙
œ.
œ œ œ. œ œ œ
san - na in the high - est, ho - san - na!
san - na en el cie - lo, ho - san - na!
œ
j
& b 24 Œ ‰ œ 44 œ
œ. œ œ
œ œ
Ho - san - na in the high - est, ho ¡Ho - san - na en el cie - lo, ho -
œ œ ˙
œ
˙
V
œ.
san - na in the high - est, ho - san - na in the high - est, ho - san - na!
san - na en el cie - lo, ho - san - na en el cie - lo, ho - san - na!
& b œj
the
¡Ho
Ben
œ
name
- san -
-
œ œ
œ œ œ œ
in the name,
Bless - ed is he,
who comes di - to el que vie - ne en nom - bre del Se - ñor.
œ
œ
œ
of the Lord,
na en el
cie -
œ
ho
lo,
œ
˙
san
ho - san
œ.
To Refrain/Al Estribillo
-
na.
na!
Peter M. Kolar
Music © 1998, WLP
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& b 44 œ
Memorial Acclamation:
&b œ
Lord,
&
œ
œ œ
œ œ ˙
& b 44 œ œ
set
Misa Luna
us
Ó
œ œ œ
by your cross and res - ur - rec
free.
œ
You
œ œ œ œ œ ˙
Por tu cruz
y
re - su - rrec - ción
-
j
œ ˙
tion,
œ œ œ œ œ œ
Œ
A - men,
A - mén,
œ
you
w
have
are the Sav - ior of the world.
œ
œ œ œ œ œ ˙.
..
nos has sal - va - do, Se - ñor.
Misa Luna
& b 44 œ . œJ ˙
œ
Peter M. Kolar
Music © 2005, WLP
Text © 1973, ICEL
Great Amen:
œ.
P. Kolar
œ œ œ œ
a
a
-
œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ
men. For ev - er and ev - er.
mén. Por los si - glos de los si - glos.
Text (Mem. Accl.) © 1973, ICEL
Text (Acl. Mem.) © 1970, Comisión Española de Liturgia
P. Kolar
˙ ˙ ..
A - men.
A - mén.
Peter M. Kolar
Music © 1998, WLP
The Lord’s Prayer: recited in your own native language
Sign of Peace
Lamb of God:
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Communion: Ang Katawan ni Kristo/Behold the Body of Christ
ANG KATAWAN NI KRISTO/
BEHOLD, THE BODY OF CHRIST
Ricky Manalo, CSP
Refrain
j
œ œ ˙
j
&b j œ. œ œ.
œ
Ang ka - ta - wan
ni Kris - to,
j .. œ . j 3
b
& œ
œ œ œ œ
Be - hold, the Bod - y
Re - joice,
1, 2
of
ni Kris - to.
œ œ œ œ œ œ
3
w
‰ œ œ œ œ œ œ
God!
We are the Bod - y
3
of
4..., Final
3
(Fine) Repeat as needed
to Refrain
˙
˙
j
œ ..
Christ!
Christ!
Be -
Œ.
Ó
Christ!
Œ ‰
˙
Je - sus, our Sav-ior and Life!
1st time: to Verse 2
2nd time: to Bridge
&b ˙
‰
3
3
w
of Christ!
O Peo - ple
œ œ ˙
J
ang ka - ta - wan
3
j
œ œ œ œ
œ.
j
&b œ
‰ j œ. œ œ.
J
œ
Œ.
Bridge
&b ‰ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ ˙
œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ ˙. ‰
Is not themeal that we blessand share a com- mu - nion in the life of Christ?
& b œj
T
œ . œ œ œ3 œ ˙
J
3
œ . œj œ œ
œ œ œ
to Verse 3
˙. Œ
One bread, one bless - ing, one cup make us one bod - y in our Lord.
Verses
& b 44 Œ œ œ
Œ
œ
œ œ œ w
In the pres - ence of our
We have come to break the
2. When we gath - er in our
In the house- hold of the
3. In the pres - ence of our
1.
&b ˙.
1. Christ,
lives.
2. meals,
meal,
3. shown,
œ œ
feel
Let
we
we
we
j
œ
œ.
God,
bread;
homes,
Lord,
God,
œ
œ
œ œ œ œ
we gath - er here in
as
we have come to share our
and our
through our prayers
where we come to share the
by
the jus - tice that is
œ œ
œ
˙
‰ œj
the
the
our
one
the
up - on
us,
the Spir - it breathe
to the
ta - ble,
us bring these fruits
are fed
and nour - ished to - geth - er,
are fed
the words of our Sav - ior,
king - dom to - geth - er;
a
will build
1, 3
&b œ œ œ
œ
œ
œ œ
1. breath of life, graced and
love of God, yours and
2. fam - i - lies,
bro - ken
fam - i - ly, strength- ened
3. love of Christ giv - en
˙
2, 4, 5
Ó
.. w
˙.
di - vine.
1. mine!
and blessed.
and
to
2. healed.
3. all!
Text © 2003, Ricky Manalo, CSP, and Pia de Leon. Music © 2003, Ricky Manalo, CSP.
Published by OCP. All rights reserved.
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‰
Ven al Banquette/Come to the Feast
VEN AL BANQUETE / COME TO THE FEAST
Bob Hurd
Refrain
Bilingual
Spanish
English
Ven, ven al ban que
Ven, ven al ban que
Come, come to the ban
Here the hun gry find plen
Los que tie
nen ham
Here the hun gry find plen
te.
te.
quet.
ty,
bre
ty,
Ven a la fies ta de Dios.
Ven a la fies ta de Dios.
Come,
come to the feast.
here the thirst y shall drink.
y sed se rán
dos.
sa
cia
here the thirst y shall drink,
1-6
Ven a la ce na de Cris
Ven a la ce na de Cris
here at the sup per of Je
to,
to,
sus,
to Verses
come
to
the feast.
ven a la fies ta de Dios.
come
to
the feast.
Final
feast,
Dios,
feast,
come
ven a
come
la
to
fies
to
ta
the feast.
de Dios.
the feast.
Verses
1.
Like the
¿Quién le
2. ’Til the
Hay que
In the
3.
Los de
1. tude,
tud?
2. grain;
char,
3. last,
pan
child whose
pue
de
seed
is
dar
se
strang er
sam
pa
fish
dar
giv
a
by
ra
es and loaves
de co mer
en to earth,
mo rir
our side,
dos ven drán
in the
Con Je
but once
las se
in the
y ve
Lord
sús,
sown
mi
thirst
rán
fed
a
it
pa
in
a
the mul
la mul
is just
ra
co
the least
par tir
ti
ti
one
se
and
el
the
lit
tle we have,
al com
par
tir
its death brings new birth,
llas de
ber tad
li
for jus
tice we share,
su
dig
ni
dad
lo
the
y
de
to Refrain
1. bro ken and shared,
be comes a bun dant food.
co que hay, re ci
bi mos ple ni tud.
po
rich;
what’s lost is raised a gain.
2. har vest is
su rrec ción, la pro me sa de vi
vir.
re
is here in the break ing of the bread.
3. Christ
sús, Sal va dor y Buen Pas tor.
nue vo en Je
Text: Bob Hurd, Pia Moriarty and Jaime Cortez. Text and music © 1994, Bob Hurd and Pia Moriarty.
Published by OCP. All rights reserved.
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Holy Wisdom, Lamp of Learning
HOLY WISDOM, LAMP
OF
LEARNING
BEACH SPRING
1. Ho
2. Vine
3. Ho
ly
of
ly
Wis dom, lamp
truth, in you
God, the hope
of learn
we flour
of
na
ing, Bless the light that
ish; By your grace we
tions, Tune us toward your
1. rea son lends. Teach us judg ment as we kin
2. learn and grow. May the word of Christ a mong
a
3. righ teous will, As the sym pho ny of
dle Sparks of
us Shape our
ges Claims our
1. thought your Spir it sends. Sanc ti
fy our search for knowl edge
our search to know. Joined to Christ in
liv ing, dy
2.
life,
ing,
tice
3. best, our fin est skill. Shape our search for peace and jus
1. And
the truth
2. May
we help
3. Through pro phet
1. mind and
2. sav ing
3. set our
spir
gos
rhy
that
sets
us free.
the church con vey
ic
deed and word.
it Joined in
deep
pel, Bear ing
fruit
thm, That God’s praise
lu
Come, il
Wit ness to
Christ, con duct
est
of
be
mine
the
us,
u
ni
ty.
faith to day.
ev er heard.
Text: 87 87 D; Ruth C. Duck; from Circles of Care, © 1996, The Pilgrim Press. All rights reserved.
Used with permission. Music: The Sacred Harp, 1844.
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Song of Sending Forth:
VEN Y SÍGUEME
Santiago Fernández
Estribillo
2
&4 œ
œ
Ven
y
œ. œ. œ
œ œ œ œ
œ. œ. œ
sí - gue - me,
de - ja lo que
tie - nes,
& œ. œ. œ
bie - nes,
&œ
œ
que
mi
no
œ
œ œ œ œ
mi - res pa-ra a - trás.
œ
œ.
yu - go es
œ.
bue - no,
œ
œ
y
mi
1, 5
œ
&œ
œ
nue - va
œ
œ
vi - da en mí
œ
œ. œ. œ
Ven y
sí - gue - me,
œ
œ
œ
œ
car - ga
al Estribillo
˙
re - par- te ya tus
œ œ
Œ
˙
œ œ œ œ
li - via - na,
2-4, Final
a las Estrofas
˙
Œ
ten - drás.
œ
∑
drás.
Estrofas
j
&‰ œ œ œ
œ. œ. œ
1. Por nom- bre me has lla - ma
2. Me o - fre - ces
a - gua vi
3. Se - ñor, he
de - ci - di
& œ. œ. œ
˙
1. tas, Je - sús,
2. no - ces bien;
3. ca - mi - nar;
&
∑
‰ œj œ œ
∑
j
œ œ.
-
‰ œj œ œ
∑
tú me in- vi mi sed co con - ti - go
do,
va,
do
‰ œj œ œ
œ. œ. œ
a se - guir - te los pa
vi
Se- ñor da - dor de
tu fuer - za ne - ce - si
j
œ œ.
-
sos
da,
to
al Estribillo
œ. œ. œ
˙
1. por tus sen - de - ros de paz
2. re - nue - va
mi co - ra - zón
3. pa - ra se - guir - te sin re
˙
˙
-
y
tam
gre
-
Œ
luz.
bién.
sar.
© 2005, Santiago Fernández. Obra publicada por OCP Publications. Derechos reservados.
Misa Luna mass parts by Peter Kolar
Copyright © 1998, World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used by permission.
All music, except for Misa Luna, used with permission from OCP by the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston.
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Notes
48
Notes
49
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Booth Number
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ACPM
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14
Cameo Blessings
31
Catholic Relief Services
6
Christian Renewal Center
4
Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of the
Incarnate Word, Houston
9
Office of Continuing Christian Education
3
Cornerstone Media
Faith Factory Tshirts
28-29
Family Life Ministry
–Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston
7
Holy Name Passionist Retreat Center
16
Let's Pray Polo Shirts
36
Little Rock Scripture Study
43
Loyola Press
37-38
Maryknoll Missionaries
8
Mission Office
-Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston
5
National Signs, Ltd.
25
Office of Vocations
–Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston
1
Office of Worship
–Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston
2
Our Sunday Visitor Curriculum Division
26-27
Pax Christi
12
Pflaum Publishing Group
33
RCL Benziger
23-24
Twenty-Third Publications
39-40
USAMADRID BOOKS
41-42
Viva Bookstore
17-18
Wm. H Sadlier Publishing, Inc.
50
35
19-20-21
George R. Brown Convention Center – 3rd Floor
Information Desk...........................................
Keynotes - Liturgies ......................................
Exhibitors ......................................................
Sessions .......................................................
#350 A
General Assembly C
#350 DF and #351 AF
#340 A, #340 B
#342 AD, #342 B, #342 C, #342 E, #342 F
#352 C, #352 DE, #352 F
#361 AD, #361 BE, #361 CF
El Centro de Información..............................
Conferencistas y Expositories y Liturgias
Exhibiciones..................................................
Sesiones .......................................................
#350 A
General Assembly C
#350 DF y #351 AF
#340 A, #340 B
#342 AD, #342 B, #342 C, #342 E, #342 F
#352 C, #352 DE, #352 F
#361 AD, #361 BE, #361 CF
Thursday, February 10, 2011
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
1:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Clergy session
Lunch
Clergy session
Friday, February 11, 2011
8:00 am
8:45 am - 9:15 am
9:15 am - 10:15 am
10:15 am - 11:00 am
11:00 am - 12:15 pm
12:15 pm - 1:15 pm
1:15
2:00
3:15
4:00
pm
pm
pm
pm
-
1:45
3:15
4:00
5:00
pm
pm
pm
pm
5:00 pm - 5:45 pm
Registration & Exhibits
Welcome & Opening Prayer
Keynote (English)
Dr. Scott Alexander
Break and Exhibits
Session #100’s - English
Lunch included with
registration fee and Exhibits
Publisher Showcases
Session #200’s - English
Break & Exhibits
Major Address (English)
Dr. Hosffman Ospino
Evening Prayer
Saturday, February 12, 2011
8:00 am
8:45 am - 9:30 am
9:45 am - 11:00 am
11:00 am - 11:30 am
11:30 am - 12:45 pm
12:45 pm - 2:00 pm
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
3:15 pm - 3:45 pm
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
5:15 pm - 6:30 pm
Registration & Exhibits
Welcome & Opening Prayer
Keynote - English
Sister. Edith Prendergast
Break and Exhibits
Sessions #400’s - English
Lunch and Exhibits
Keynote - English
Rev. Bryan Massingale
Break & Exhibits
Sessions #600’s - English
Eucharistic Celebration
Viernes 11 de Febrero del 2011
8:00 am
8:45 am - 9:15 am
9:15 am - 10:15 am
10:15 am - 11:00 am
11:00 am - 12:15 pm
12:15 pm - 1:15 pm
1:15 pm - 1:45 pm
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
3:15 pm - 4:00 pm
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
5:00 pm - 5:45 pm
Registro - Exhibiciones
Bienvenida/ Oración inicial
Conferencia principal (English)
Dr. Scott Alexander
Descanso & exhibición
Sesión #100’s - Español
Almuerzo y exhibición
Demostración de los editores
Sesión #200’s - Español
Descanso & exhibición
Conferencia principal (English)
Dr. Hosffman Ospino
Oración de la tarde
Sábado 12 de Febrero del 2011
8:00 am
8:45 am - 9:30 am
9:45 am - 11:00 am
11:00 am - 11:30 am
11:30 am - 12:45 pm
12:30 pm 2:00 pm 3:15 pm 3:45 pm -
2:00 pm
3:15 pm
3:45 pm
5:00 pm
5:15 pm - 6:30 pm
Registro - Exhibiciones
Bienvenida / Oración inicial
Sesiones #300’s - Español
Descanso - Exhibiciones
Conferencista principal (Español)
Dr. Hosffman Ospino
Almuerzo - Exhibiciones
Sesiones #500’s - Español
Descanso - Exhibiciones
Conferencista principal - Español
Dennis Johnson, Jr.
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