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CONTENTS - Los Angeles Religious Education Congress
CONTENTS
General Info
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CONGRESS 2006
MARCH 31 - APRIL 2, 2006
WORSHIP AIDS – ARENA:
Friday
Opening Rite & Welcome begins ........... 34
Misa de las Americas Liturgy begins ..... 38
Saturday
Morning Praise begins ............................. 46
Black Culture Liturgy begins .................. 51
Sunday
Closing Liturgy begins ............................ 57
Congress Theme Song ............................. 66
WORKSHOP ROOM LOCATIONS
Period 1 – Friday .........................................
Period 2 – Friday .........................................
Period 3 – Friday .........................................
Period 4 – Saturday .....................................
Period 5 – Saturday .....................................
Period 6 – Saturday .....................................
Period 7 – Sunday ........................................
Period 8 – Sunday ........................................
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Maps
Taped workshops are indicated by
CONGRESS HIGHLIGHTS
Art Exhibit/Multicultural Exhibit ...............
Asian-Pacific/Young Adult Events .............
Cardinal Mahony Online .............................
Congress Highlights ....................................
Exhibitors
www.RECongress.org
TALLERES DEL CONGRESO
Viernes, Sesiones 1-3 .............................. 30
Sábado, Sesiones 4-6 ............................... 31
Domingo, Sesiones 7-8 ............................ 32
O.R.E.
CONGRESS 2007 DATES
Youth Day: March 1, 2007
Congress: March 2-4, 2007
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REMINDERS:
Daylight Saving Time begins
Sunday, April 2, 2006 at 1 a.m.
Set your clock ahead 1 hour!
SECCIÓN EN ESPAÑOL
Horario del Congreso ...............................
Información ..............................................
Mensaje del Cardenal Mahony ...............
Mensaje de la Directora ..........................
Programas de la oficina ...........................
Español
GENERAL INFORMATION
Acknowledgments ........................................ 71-73
Attendee & General Information ................ 12
Audio Taping Form ..................................... 23
Committees .................................................. 71
Exhibitors
• Categories .............................................. 81, 83
• Featured Exhibitors ............................... 22, 80-86
• Index (alphabetical) .............................. 85-88
Daily Schedules
• Friday, March 31 ................................... 6
• Saturday, April 1 ................................... 7
• Sunday, April 2 ..................................... 8
Liturgies/Prayer Services ............................ 9
Maps
• Convention Center Map ............ Back Cover
• Exhibit Hall A Map ....... Inside Back Cover
• Restaurants Map & Listing ................... 74-75
• Clarion Hotel Map ................................ 76
• Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel Map ....... 77
• Doubletree Guest Suites Map .............. 78
• Sheraton Park Hotel Map ..................... 79
O.R.E. Programs .......................................... 69-70
O.R.E. Staff Listing ..................................... 68
Speaker Index .............................................. 13
Staff Booth Schedule ................................... 69
Tech Center Schedule .................................. 11
Weekend Schedule .................... Inside Front Cover
Welcome
Message from Bishop Brown .................. 2
Message from Cardinal Mahony ............. 3
Message from the Director ...................... 4
Workshops
ARCHDIOCESE OF LOS ANGELES
OFFICE OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
3424 WILSHIRE BOULEVARD
LOS ANGELES, CA 90010
PHONE • 1.213.637.7346
WEB • WWW.RECONGRESS.ORG
EMAIL • [email protected]
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WELCOME
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2006 Religious Education Congress
WELCOME
General Info
Dear Congress
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CONGRESS HIGHLIGHTS
Convention Hall E (downstairs)
Friday & Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Sunday: 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Experience the Labyrinth – an ancient walking
meditation practiced in many
cultures and faith traditions.
We will be walking a Chartresstyle Labyrinth, the original of
which was built in Chartres Cathedral in the 12th century. It continues to be used as
a form of walking meditation today.
FREE YOUR HEART with the opportunity for
spiritual renewal through the
healing Christ in the Sacrament of Reconciliation and
Exposition of the Blessed
Sacrament. Visual meditations and art will enhance the reflection area helping to prepare the participants for their renewal.
FREE YOUR SPIRIT as you experience art and
music that will ignite creative
reflection and meditation.
Contemplative music by
Michael John Poirier and
Danielle Rose will again be
featured in the Sacred Space. Visual art by guest
artists will be highlighted throughout the space,
sparking the spirit’s imagination.
BOOK & CD SIGNINGS
Convention Hall A
Throughout Congress
The signing tables are located in the
northeast corner of Hall A. Check
the posted schedule there for the appearance times of authors and performing artists.
CARDINAL MAHONY ONLINE
Tech Center – Hall A
Friday, 11:15 a.m.
Los Angeles Cardinal Roger Mahony
goes online in his 10th annual chat
session live from the Exhibit Hall at Congress.
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
Sunday, 1:00 a.m.
Most of the United States uses Daylight Saving Time (DST) to “save”
daylight hours. At 1 a.m. on April 2,
clocks will be set forward one hour,
marking the beginning of daylight saving time,
effectively moving an hour of daylight from the
morning to the evening.
Starting in 2007, it will begin the second Sunday
in March to the first Sunday in November, adding
about a month to daylight saving time. This year
it falls on the fourth Sunday of Lent, right in the
middle of our Congress. So set your clocks forward 1 hour at bedtime on Saturday night.
ART EXHIBIT
Arena Lobby – Throughout Congress
THE SAINT JOHN’S BIBLE
Our Congress 2006 Art Exhibit features the Saint John’s Bible project – the first
handwritten and illuminated Bible since the early 1500s. This project of 1,150
or so calfskin pages (16 by 24 inches) was commissioned in 1998 by St. John’s
University in Collegeville, Minn. A team of 14 calligraphers and artists is creating this Bible highlighed by illustrations and illuminations and under the artistic direction of Donald Jackson. Jackson is former longtime scribe to Queen
Elizabeth’s Crown Office at the House of Lords in London.
The page at left is Psalm 107, taken from the “Book of Psalms.” This page is
from the third completed volume (of seven volumes total) for The Saint John’s
Bible.
MULTICULTURAL EXHIBIT
Convention Prefunction Lobby, 2nd floor
Friday & Saturday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Sunday, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Come discover the artifacts, statues and pictures as
instruments that announce or gather, symbols that
are sacred and important to a culture. This exhibit is
presented by Archdiocesan ministries: Ethnic Groups,
Hispanic/Latino, Filipino and African-American.
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SATURDAY PRAYER
Ballroom DE – 9:30 p.m.
Compline: Prayer at the End of the Day
At the setting of the sun we come to join our
hearts and voices in praise to God. Compline
comes from the Latin completorium (complement), and is the last of the Liturgy of the Hours,
the “completion” of all the Hours at the close of
the day.
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SACRED SPACE IN HALL E
DAILY SCHEDULE
FRIDAY SCHEDULE
FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 2006
OPENING RITE & WELCOME
Arena – Friday, 8:30 a.m.
8:00 a.m.
On-site registration begins
(Prefunction Lobby)
8:30 - 9:30 a.m.
Opening Rite & Welcome (Arena)
10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
Period 1 Workshops
11:30 a .m. - 1:00 p.m.
LUNCH
11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Music (Arena)
– Pedro Rubalcava
Music (Hall B)
– David Haas
1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
Period 2 Workshops
3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
Period 3 Workshops
5:15 p.m.
Evening Prayer &
Eucharistic Liturgies
8:00 p.m.
Concert (Arena)
– “Rockin’ the ’Rena”
Step into Freedom/Paso a la Libertad
Enfolded in God’s freeing, transforming, life-giving presence we
gather to pray, celebrate and lift our hearts and voices in praise and
gratitude. Our spirited opening will be graced by the presence of:
Cardinal Roger Mahony
Edith Prendergast, RSC
Vikki Shepp
John Flaherty
Tony Alonso
John Angotti
Ed Archer
Matt Bazar
Betsey Beckman
Anna Betancourt
Josh Blakesley
Helena Buscema
Richard Cheri
Jaime Cortez
Jeanne Cotter
Harrison Crenshaw
Nellie Cruz
Elohim D’Leon
Gary Daigle
Jim Gibson
Laura Gibson
Laura Gomez
David Haas
Bob Halligan
Marty Haugen
Eddie Hilley
Bob Hurd
Frank Jansen
ValLimar Jansen
Mary Janus
Meredith Dean Joseph
Tom Kendzia
Peter Kolar
Liam Lawton
Kenneth Louis
Matt Maher
Ginny McKinleyTemple
Amanda Niksa
Susan J. Paul
Michael John Poirier
Danielle Rose
Pedro Rubalcava
The St. Louis Jesuits
Bob VerEecke
John West & more
FRIDAY LUNCHTIME ENTERTAINMENT
9:30 p.m.
Arena – 11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Taizé (Ballroom DE)
PEDRO RUBALCAVA
Registration Hours
“Step Into Freedom – Primavera con Cristo”
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Exhibit Hours (Hall A)
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Multicultural Exhibit (2nd floor)
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Enjoy a lively and spirited lunchtime break. Relish the
music, song and gift of the young Hispanic/Latino Church.
Come and experience how music can free the soul in this springtime
with Christ. It’s a musical lunchtime you won’t soon forget!
Sacred Space (Hall E)
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Hall B – 11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
DAVID HAAS
“God Is Here! Sing and Celebrate”
Come together to sing, celebrate and rejoice with David Haas as we
pause midday to give thanks to our God, who is always present, always
faithful, always forgiving, always here – with us! Come and experience new music, new texts, and new pathways to reconciliation.
FRIDAY EVENING CONCERT
Come celebrate the gifts, talents, sounds, sights and creativity of our young
church. Energetic MCs – Danielle Rose and Mark Misch – will step us into
an experience of Church alive, hopeful and spirit-filled. Join in a rockin’
Rose & Misch musical festival of song, dance and ritual including a musical quartet and
contemporary artists Brianna, Tony Alonso, Nellie Cruz, Joshua Blakesley, David Yackley,
Kristin Firestone, Harrison Crenshaw, and many others, under the musical direction of John
Flaherty and Gary Daigle.
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Daigle
“Rockin’ the ’Rena”
Flaherty
Arena – 8:00 p.m.
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SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 2006
General Info
SATURDAY MORNING PRAISE
SATURDAY SCHEDULE
VALLIMAR & FRANK JANSEN
Arena – 8:00 a.m.
8:00 a.m.
On-site registration
(Prefunction area)
Morning Praise (Arena)
“Celebrating the Sounds and Traditions of the South”
Join us for Morning Praise. Our morning will begin with
ValLimar Jansen and Frank Jansen leading us in prayer, song
and praise celebrating our faith. Together we will experience a full
spectrum of Southern traditions and sacred songs – ranging from contemporary R&B, Soul, Gospel and Dixieland to the West African roots
from which this music has developed.
8:30 a.m.
Keynote Address (Arena)
– Timothy Radcliffe, OP
10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
Period 4 Workshops
11:30 a.m - 1:00 p.m.
SATURDAY KEYNOTE
LUNCH
TIMOTHY RADCLIFFE, OP
Arena – 8:30 a.m.
11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Music (Arena)
– ¡Marimbas Fantásticas!
with Peter Kolar
Music (Hall B)
– Matt Maher
“Come Out, Lazarus:
The Church as a Sign of Hope & Freedom”
Our world is in need of hope for the future and a message
of freedom. As St. Paul wrote, “For freedom Christ has set us free.”
How can the Church be the bearer of this message? What are the signs
of hope that we can offer to a world that has an uncertain future?
1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
Period 5 Workshops
3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
Period 6 Workshops
SATURDAY LUNCHTIME ENTERTAINMENT
5:15 p.m.
Arena – 11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Evening Prayer & Liturgies
8:00 p.m.
¡MARIMBAS FANTÁSTICAS! WITH PETER KOLAR
Kolar
This amazing group will take you by surprise! Composed of talented
Mexican-American youth from inner-city Holy Cross/Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish in Chicago under the direction of Peter Kolar, this ensemble has delighted audiences nationwide with its
unique sound and inspiring story. From
popular Latin-American tunes to polkas and even J.S. Bach, this group will
show how music can inspire youth.
Hall B – 11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Concert (Arena)
– Bob Halligan, Jr. & Ceili Rain
9:30 p.m.
Compline (Ballroom DE)
9:30 p.m.
Young Adult Dance (Marriott)
Registration Hours
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Exhibit Hours (Hall A)
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Multicultural Exhibit (2nd floor)
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
MATT MAHER IN CONCERT
“Overflow”
Matt Maher is one of today’s most popular and critically acclaimed young Catholic artists. Join Matt and
his band as they take you on an emotional tour into the
power of God’s presence and the Catholic faith. Be prepared for a musical experience that will fill your soul, lift your voice,
and raise your hands.
Sacred Space (Hall E)
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Daylight Saving
Time: Set your
clock ahead 1
hour when you
go to bed tonight.
SATURDAY EVENING CONCERT
BOB HALLIGAN, JR. & CEILI RAIN
Arena – 8:00 p.m.
Back for a fifth Congress appearance, the Celtic-infused
pop-rock group Ceili Rain brings the message in a party
that won’t quit! This six-headed joy-monster for Jesus will
delight kids from 3 to 93. Billboard Magazine raves: “This
group deserves to be heard by the entire world!” Join the
Celtic Conga line in the Arena on Saturday night!
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DAILY SCHEDULE
SUNDAY SCHEDULE
SUNDAY, APRIL 2, 2006
SUNDAY MORNING LITURGY
BISHOP TOD BROWN, PRESIDER
8:00 a.m.
On-site registration
(Prefunction Lobby)
8:15 - 9:30 a.m.
Eucharistic Liturgy
(Arena)
8:30 a.m.
Morning Addresses
English: Rev. Ronald Rolheiser
Spanish: Rev. D. Rodríguez
Vietnamese: Bishop S. Thien
10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
Period 7 Workshops
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
LUNCH
11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Music (Arena)
– The St. Louis Jesuits
Music (Hall B)
– John Angotti &
Meredith Dean Joseph
Arena – 8:15 a.m.
Here is a morning opportunity gather as a community of
faith to give thanks, to celebrate and be nourished by Word
and Sacrament. Refreshed and renewed we go forth to make
a difference as we Step into Freedom.
SUNDAY ADDRESS
Convention Ballroom AB – 8:30 a.m.
ENGLISH: REV. RONALD ROLHEISER
“Toward a Spirituality of Deeper Commitment – Radical
Sobriety, Radical Transparency, Radical Prayer”
The invitations that Jesus gives us deepen as we age and
grow more mature, demanding of us always an increasing
sobriety, transparency and intimacy within prayer. What does discipleship ask of us beyond simply having our lives in order, going to
church, being concerned for justice, and being decent, good human
beings? Some principles for deeper commitment will also be revealed.
SUNDAY LUNCHTIME ENTERTAINMENT
1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
Period 8 Workshops
Arena – 11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
3:30 p.m.
Closing Eucharistic
Liturgy (Arena)
Registration Hours
8:00 a.m. - 12 noon
Exhibit Hours (Hall A)
8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Multicultural Exhibit (2nd floor)
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Sacred Space (Hall E)
10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
THE ST. LOUIS JESUITS IN CONCERT
You know the songs of the St. Louis Jesuits by heart.
“Be Not Afraid,” “Here I Am, Lord,” “Lift Up Your
Hearts,” “One Bread, One Body,” have inspired us
and shaped Catholic liturgical music since their album release “Neither Silver nor Gold” in the mid1970s. Bob Dufford, SJ, Roc O’Connor, SJ, Dan
Schutte, and John Foley, SJ (pictured clockwise from top) are together again to premiere their newest collection of songs, “Morning
Light.” Please join us for this special opportunity to experience the
music and magic of the St. Louis Jesuits and their message of hope
for today’s Church.
Hall B – 11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
JOHN ANGOTTI & MEREDITH DEAN JOSEPH
John Angotti and Meredith Dean Joseph together in concert inspire and ignite the soul! The music and stories of these lifelong friends give witness to the
struggles of life and lead audiences to a better understanding of their personal relationship
with God. Highly energetic, mixing contemporary Christian, classic rock, jazz and R&B
sounds, John’s and Meredith’s dynamic musical testimony will touch your heart and soul ...
no matter your age or where you are on your faith journey!
CLOSING LITURGY
Arena – 3:30 p.m.
CARDINAL ROGER MAHONY, PRESIDER
As Congress 2006 draws to a close, we come together to pray, to
celebrate and to go forth to a life renewed. We are challenged to Step
into Freedom, witness to our new life in Christ, and place our lives and ministry at the service of God’s people in the world. Our Closing Liturgy will feature
the 200-plus voice Congress Choir ’06, under the direction of John Flaherty.
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LITURGIES/PRAYER SCHEDULE
All liturgies at 5:15 p.m. (unless noted)
Congress strives to offer experiences that stimulate new ideas and renew excitement about ministry,
reinvigorate faith, and help restore a spirit of hope. This happens through ritual, prayer, music, dance
and Word – not only from workshops, but through the various daily liturgies we offer. We invite you to
experience a liturgy from among the many cultures represented.
FRIDAY – MARCH 31
Character
5:15 p.m.
Location
Presider
Music
F1 General
Convention Hall B
Rev. R. Tony Ricard
J. Angotti/M. Dean Joseph
F2 Celtic
Convention Ballroom ABC
Rev. Dorian Llywelyn
Liam Lawton
F3 Justice & Peace
Convention 304
Bishop Donald Trautman
The St. Louis Jesuits
F4 Mass of the Americas Convention Arena
Rev. Domingo Rodríguez
Msgr. Ray East, homily
Pedro Rubalcava /
Peter Kolar
F5 Nigerian
Rev. Ikechukwu Ikeocha
Igbo Community Choir
SATURDAY – APRIL 1
S1 General
Convention Ballroom ABC
5:15 p.m.
Rev. Richard Leonard
Gomez / Janus / McGrath
S2 Black Culture
Convention Arena
Rev. J-Glenn Murray
Richard Cheri/Eddie Hilley
S3 Contemplative
Convention 304
Rev. Bryan Massingale
M. Poirier / Danielle Rose
S4 Spanish
Convention Hall B
Rev. Alex Salazar
A. Betancourt / J. Cortez
S5 Tongan
Sheraton (Coast) Plaza
Rev. Fatu Mulikháamea
Tongan Community Choir
S6 Young Adult
Convention Hall C
Msgr. Ray East
Matt Maher
SUNDAY – APRIL 2
A1 Morning Liturgy*
Arena
8:15 a.m.
Bishop Tod Brown
Congress Choir 2006
A2 Closing Liturgy*
Arena
3:30 p.m.
Cardinal Roger Mahony
Congress Choir 2006
Convention Hall C
*NOTE: There will be an RCIA dismissal during both Sunday Eucharistic Liturgies. All catechumens and
candidates present are invited to participate. Reserved Arena seating will be provided.
Prayer Services
The very earliest Christians gathered daily at dawn and again at dusk to sing psalms and hymns and to
listen to the Sacred Scriptures. We continue this ancient Church tradition of the Liturgy of the Hours,
celebrating the Light that shines through the night’s darkness. Through meditation and chant, Taizé
prayer will lead us into the quiet. Compline (complements) is our prayer at the end of the day.
FRIDAY – MARCH 31
Character
Time
Location
Presider
Music
P1 Liturgy of Hours
5:15 p.m.
Convention Ballroom DE
Katya Acuna
J. Cotter/T. Alonso
P2 Taizé
9:30 p.m
Convention Ballroom DE
—
David Anderson & LMU
SATURDAY – APRIL 1
P3 Morning Praise
8:00 a.m.
Convention Arena
The Jansens
ValLimar & Frank Jansen
P4 Liturgy of Hours
5:15 p.m.
Convention Ballroom DE
Amy Florian
Gary Daigle/Tom Kendzia
P5 Compline
9:30 p.m.
Convention Ballroom DE
Ginny Temple
Helena Buscema
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Eucharistic Liturgies
ASIAN-PACIFIC EVENTS
VIETNAMESE WORKSHOPS
Friday,
1-70
2-70
3-70
Rejoicing in the
Asian and
Pacific Presence
March 31
Rev. Francis Vu
Sr. Thuy Nguyen, FSP
Rev. Joseph DucMinh
Saturday, April 1
4-70 Dr. Peter Phan
5-70 Sr. Theresa Phan
6-70 Bishop Stephanus Thien
Sunday, April 2
7-70 Rev. Francis Vu
8-70 Sr. Thuy Nguyen, FSP
VIETNAMESE SUNDAY ADDRESS
Multicultural Events
Friday, March 31, 5:15 p.m.
Mass of the Americas
Bishop Domingo Rodríguez,
presider
Convention Ballroom D – 8:30 a.m.
BISHOP STEPHANUS TRI BUU THIEN
Saturday, April 1, 5:15 p.m.
Tongan Liturgy
Rev. Fatu Mulikháamea, presider
Sunday, April 2, 8:30 a.m.
Vietnamese Keynote Address
Bishop Stephanus Tri Buu Thien
Sunday, April 2, 3:30 p.m.
Closing Liturgy
Cardinal Roger Mahony, presider
YOUNG ADULT EVENTS
Welcoming Young Adults to Congress 2006
Young Adults are singles and couples in their late teens, 20s and 30s
Join in the fun as Congress 2006 extends a special welcome to young adults! Recognizing the gifts of
energy, vision and talent, all young adults – all young at heart – are invited to the following events:
EUCHARISTIC LITURGY
Young Adult Liturgy
Saturday, April 1
5:15 p.m. in Hall C!
Come celebrate Congress 2006 with other young
adults! Msgr. Ray East travels to us from Washington, D.C. to preside at our liturgy, with music
lead by Matt Maher. This liturgy will be a moment to pause during the weekend and emphasize the unique gifts and talents that young adults
bring to our Church. People of all ages are welcome to attend and be a part of this celebration.
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WELCOME DANCE AND SOCIAL
Saturday, April 1
9:30 p.m. - 12:30 a.m.
at the Marriott Hotel Salon E/F
After a full day of Congress workshops, networking and the Young Adult Liturgy, continue the
spirit of celebration into the night! Come put on
your dancing shoes and share an experience with
new and old friends. The cost is only $5 per person at the door. Both singles and couples are
welcome!
2006 Religious Education Congress
TECH CENTER
Online at www.RECongress.org/tech
Check Your Email! Drop by the Tech Center to check your email (except
during exhibitor showcase times)
Send an E-Postcard! SUNDAY ONLY – Drop in at the Tech Center and have a
photo of yourself sent to your home ... or to your friends!
CONGRESS TECH BOOTH SCHEDULE
(Check booth for schedule updates)
FRIDAY – MARCH 31
10:30 - 11:15 am
Cardinal Mahony Online – The Cardinal conducts a private,
online chat with students from the Los Angeles Archdiocese.
11:15 - 12:00 pm
Cardinal Mahony Online – The Cardinal continues in an
open, nationwide chat session, sponsored by ChurchWerks.
12:00 - 12:30 pm
ChurchWerks - Benefits of a web-based school mgmt. system
12:30 - 1:00 pm
Notre Dame - Online distance learning for master’s students
1:00 - 1:30 pm
Institute for Religious and Pastoral Studies
1:30 - 2:00 pm
RCL - Demonstration of RCL’s catechetical web site
2:00 - 2:30 pm
Silver Burdett Ginn - “Gospel Champions” video game series
2:30 - 3:00 pm
Silver Burdett Ginn - Demo “Adult Faith Formation Strategies”
3:00 - 4:30 pm
Check your email & RECongress.org web updates
SATURDAY – APRIL 1
9:00 - 9:30 a.m.
9:30 - 10:00 am
Harcourt Religion Publishers
10:00 - 10:30 am
Vocations - Demo of “God’s Design” & Vocations web site
10:30 - 11:00 am
TBA
11:00 - 11:30 pm
Silver Burdett Ginn - “Gospel Champions” video game series
11:30 - 12:00 pm
RCL - Demonstration of RCL’s catechetical web site
12:00 - 12:30 pm
Saravels - Presentation of “Zhakanaka, The Word” book & DVD
12:30 - 1:00 pm
Resource - Demo of Sacramental Register & Certificate Maker
1:00 - 1:30 pm
CRS - “Journey Against Hunger” DVD & website resources
1:30 - 2:00 pm
ParishSOFT - Make your Religious Ed programs more efficient
2:00 - 2:30 pm
Ministry Database - Demo of solutions for your parish
2:30 - 3:00 pm
Saravels - Presentation of “Zhakanaka, The Word” book & DVD
3:00 - 4:30 pm
Check your email & RECongress.org web updates
SUNDAY – APRIL 2
9:00 - 9:30 a.m.
9:30 - 10:00 am
10:00 - 10:30 am
10:30 - 11:00 am
11:00 - 11:30 pm
11:30 - 12:00 pm
12:00 - 12:30 pm
www.RECongress.org
Saravels - Presentation of “Zhakanaka, The Word” book & DVD
SUNDAY ONLY! Drop by the Tech
Center and get a picture souvenir to
email home or to friends!
(Not during presentation times.)
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General Info
The Tech Center is located near the center of Exhibit Hall A and across the aisle from the Office of
Religious Education Staff Booth. Drop by to see the latest in educational software, online services and
Internet resources. (Check the schedule at the booth for updates.) One of our highlights again this year
is Cardinal Roger Mahony live in a chat session on Friday – his 10th year online from Congress!
GENERAL INFORMATION
AUDIO TAPING
Many of the workshop sessions will be taped. Audiocassettes and audio CDs are available for purchase at the Convention Seminar Cassettes booth,
located at the east wall in Exhibit Hall A.
EXHIBIT HOURS
Exhibits are located in Hall A. See pages 81-88 for
a listing of exhibitors. Exhibits will be open during
the following hours:
Friday:
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday:
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Sunday:
8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
CELL PHONES/PAGERS
Our of respect for speakers and other participants,
please turn off any cell phones and pagers during
general sessions, liturgies and workshops.
HOSPITALITY ROOM INFORMATION
Check the Message Board in the Prefunction area to
give or obtain information about parish hospitality.
LOST AND FOUND
If you lose or find an item, a Lost & Found Booth is
located outside of Congress Headquarters, located
in Convention AR 1, off the Arena Lobby.
MESSAGE CENTER
The Message Center, located in Prefunction area,
can receive incoming messages. Call (714) 765-8883
or (714) 765-8884 to leave a message, or you can
leave a note on the Message Board.
Friday:
10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday:
9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Sunday:
9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
FIRST AID
A First Aid Station for routine health matters is located in the Prefunction area (see back cover map).
PARKING
Day parking is available in the Convention Center
parking structures at the rate of $8 per day with no
in-and-out privileges.
FOOD/CONCESSIONS
The Convention Center offers daily options of food
choices in Hall A.
Continental breakfast: 8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Lunch:
11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Cart concessions:
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
RESTAURANT RESERVATIONS
In addition to our listing on pages 74-75, the Restaurant Booth, located in the Prefunction area, has
restaurant menus and can help make reservations:
Friday & Saturday:
11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Sunday:
11:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
ATTENDEE INFORMATION
NAME TAGS/TICKETS
Congress Name Tags are required to be worn at all
times during scheduled events. Tickets are necessary for admittance into general and workshops sessions.
TICKET EXCHANGE
You may exchange tickets for any open workshops
during the same period beginning at noon on the
Friday of Congress at the Registration Booth’s Exchange window, located in the Prefunction area.
Note: Any ticket can be used for sessions of the same
time in the Arena or Hall B.
SAVING SEATS
It is permissible to save seats up to 10 minutes before a scheduled function begins. After that time,
we ask that, in Christian love, you release these seats
for others. If any Congress volunteer requests that
you release seats that you are saving, please comply
with the direction given.
SMOKING
Smoking is not allowed in the Convention Center.
There are several outdoor courtyards where it is permitted.
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WORKSHOPS
All workshops are ticketed and no one will be admitted to any session without the proper ticket. Any
valid ticket will serve as admission to Arena workshops, but these sessions are not open to those without tickets.
Our speakers are generously sharing their time and
talents with us. As a special courtesy to them, we
ask that you please arrive at the workshop location
prior to the scheduled start time. We remind you to
please quiet your pager and turn off cell phones.
All sessions will begin on time, and many speakers
have asked that no one be admitted after the session
has begun. Also, we ask you to avoid, as much as
possible, leaving workshops during a presentation.
Most of the workshops will have a “natural” break
time when it would be less disruptive to the speaker
and to the other participants.
EMERGENCIES
In case of emergency, please contact any Congress
Committee member wearing a red, white, blue striped
ribbon labeled “Official.” They are in radio contact
with Congress Headquarters and can summon help
quickly. For life-threatening situations, please call
9-1-1 from any phone.
2006 Religious Education Congress
Workshops and Keynote (“Key”) listing
www.RECongress.org
Gaillardetz, Richard ........... 1-09, 4-09
Galipeau, Dr. Jerry ............. 2-08, 8-12
García-Mina Freire, Ana .... 3-52, 6-53
Gateley, Edwina ................. 4-10, 7-10
Ginel Vuelva, Fr. Alvaro ...... 2-52, 6-54
Gittins, Fr. Anthony ............ 1-10, 5-13
Goizueta, Dr. Roberto ........ 1-11, 3-53
Gonzalez-Andrieu, Cecilia . 6-55, 8-13
Goodwin, Dr. Carole .......... 7-11
Gordon, Dr. Greer ............. 2-09, 6-06
.............................. 7-12
Groome, Thomas .............. 3-11, 4-11
Grzona, Ricardo ................ 2-53, 7-54
Haas, David ...................... 5-14, 7-13
Hagarty, Michael ................ 5-15, 7-14
Hagstrom, Dr. Aurelie ........ 3-12, 6-10
Hanley, Mark ..................... 6-11
Hart, Mark ......................... 5-16
Haugen, Marty ................... 4-12
Hawkins, Gioconda ........... 5-54
Hayes, Dr. Diana ............... 2-10, 5-17
Hayes-Bautista, David ....... 1-54
Herrera, Francisco ............ 3-54, 7-55
Hershey, Rev. Terry ........... 1-12, 4-13
Horan, Michael .................. 8-14
Huebsch, Bill ..................... 4-14, 8-15
Huggins, Jaime ................. 3-24
Hyland, Maura ................... 2-19
Jansen, Frank ................... 7-15
Jansen, ValLimar ............... 7-15
Kelly, Matthew ................... 1-13, 7-16
Kempf, Fr. Joe ................... 3-13, 5-18
Kendzia, Tom .................... 1-14
Krull, Sharon ..................... 2-11, 5-19
Law, The Rev. Eric ............. 3-14, 8-16
Lawton, Liam ..................... 6-12
Leonard, Rev. Richard ....... 2-12, 7-17
LeVecke, Rev. John ........... 5-20
Livingston, Patricia ............ 2-13, 6-13
López, Laura ..................... 5-53
Mahon, Sean ..................... 2-24
Malone, Sr. Miriam ............. 7-18
Marcheschi, Nancy ............ 3-15, 6-14
Marcheschi, Graziano ....... 3-15, 6-14
Marquez, Cesar ................. 2-24
Marrin, Carol ..................... 2-14
Martin, Rev. James ............ 3-16, 6-06
Massingale, Rev. Bryan ..... 1-15, 8-17
Matovina, Timothy .............. 4-52, 8-18
McCarty, Robert ................ 2-16, 6-15
McCarty, Margaret ............. 4-16, 6-15
McCormack, Patricia ......... 1-16, 8-19
McDade, Msgr. Thomas .... 6-16
McGrath, Bro. Michael ....... 7-08
McKenna, Dr. Megan ......... 1-17, 5-21
McMahon, Bp. Malcolm ..... 3-17
Meyer, Gabriel ................... 8-20
Mora, Rosamaría ............... 8-51
Mullen, Patrick .................. 3-18
Murray, Rev. J-Glenn ......... 5-22, 7-19
Murúa, Marcelo ................. 4-53, 8-55
Nguyen, Sr. Thuy ............... 2-70, 8-70
Noguez Alcántara
Rev. Armando ........ 2-54, 4-54
Nuzzi, Rev. Ronald ............ 3-19, 6-17
O’Brien-Rothe, Dr. Linda .... 2-55
O’Donohue, John .............. 2-17, 6-18
O’Reilly, Brendan ............... 2-19
Palma, Msgr. Victor ........... 3-55, 7-56
Paradise, JoAnn ................ 1-18, 4-17
Patin, Mike ........................ 1-00, 2-00
Patin, Mike ........................ 3-00
Phan, Sr. Theresa ............. 5-70
Phan, Peter ....................... 1-19, 4-70
Piercy Jr., Robert ............... 2-18
Prejean, Helen ................... 4-19, 7-20
Prendergast, Michael ......... 3-20
Quinn, Sr. Mary Jo ............ 3-20
Radcliffe, Timothy .............. Key, 6-19
Rausch, Rev. Thomas ....... 4-20
Reese, Rev. Thomas ......... 2-20, 4-18
Reid, Barbara .................... 4-21, 6-20
Ricard, Rev. R. Tony .......... 2-21, 6-21
Ristow, Kate ...................... 3-21, 4-22
Roberto, John .................... 2-22
Rodríguez, Rev. Domingo .. 4-55, Key
Rolheiser, Ronald .............. 1-20, Key,
.............................. 5-23
Rubalcava, Pedro .............. 5-55
Salazar, Sr. Leticia ............. 8-56
Sánchez Carlos, Miguel ..... 2-56, 5-56
Saso, Patt ......................... 1-21, 5-24
Saso, Steve ....................... 1-21, 5-24
Scally, Anna ...................... 6-22
Sedano, Maruja ................. 1-55, 7-57
Siker, Dr. Jeff .................... 5-25
Siker, Dr. Judy ................... 7-21
Siller Acuña, Clodomiro ..... 1-56, 6-56
Smith-Christopher, Daniel .. 1-22, 8-21
Smollin, Sr. Anne Bryan ..... 6-23, 7-15,
.............................. 8-22
Soto, Msgr. Jaime .............. 4-56
Sparks, Fr. Dick ................. 2-23, 5-26
Spitzer, Rev. Robert ........... 3-22, 6-24
Stanley, Mike ..................... 2-25, 7-23
Stenzel, Pam ..................... 1-23, 4-23
Sullivan, Sr. Maureen ......... 4-24, 6-25
Sweetser, Thomas ............. 1-24, 4-25
Sylvester, Nancy ................ 6-26, 8-23
Tan, Jonathan .................... 7-22
Ternes, Tim ....................... 2-14
Tlapek, David .................... 8-20
Torgerson, Msgr. Lloyd ...... 2-06
Trautman, Bishop Donald .. 1-25, 6-27
Thien, Bishop Stephanus ... 6-70, Key
Valenzuela, Victor .............. 4-57
Vanacore, Vic .................... 2-24
Vazquez, Rev. Jaime ......... 1-53, 6-52
Velázquez, Rev. David ....... 5-57
VerEecke, Rev. Robert ....... 3-24
Vu, Francis ........................ 1-70, 7-70
Walker, Christopher ........... 4-26, 8-24
Wall, Rev. John ................. 3-07, 4-04
Wells, David ...................... 2-25, 7-23
Wenc, Char ...................... 3-23, 7-24
Weston, Rev. Thomas ....... 2-26, 8-25
Whyte, David ..................... 3-25, 4-27
Zanotto, Luigi .................... 3-56
Zanzig, Tom ...................... 5-27, 7-25
Zanzig, Barbara ................. 7-25
Zupan, Lynn ...................... 3-26
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Workshops
Alexander, Petra ................ 8-51
Allen Jr., John ................... 2-01, 5-01
Anderle, Donna ................. 5-02, 7-01
Anderson, David ................ 7-02
Appleby, R. Scott ............... 3-01, 6-01
Arroyo, Rev. Francisco ...... 3-51, 6-51
Ash, Laura ........................ 5-03
Au, Dr. Wilkie .................... 8-01
Ballotti, Sue ....................... 6-02
Bañuelas, Msgr. Arturo ...... 1-51, 6-03
Barnes, Bishop Gerald ...... 6-04, 7-51
Barron, Fr. Robert .............. 1-01, 6-05
Beaudoin, Dr. Tom ............. 3-02, 6-06
Beckman, Betsey .............. 5-03
Binz, Stephen .................... 8-02
Bird, Nancy ....................... 1-02, 8-04
Bishop, Sr. Peg ................. 1-24, 4-25
Boadt, Rev. Lawrence ........ 3-03, 7-03
Bondi, Renée .................... 1-03
Boudreau, Rev. Paul .......... 3-26, 7-04
Boyce, Joanne ................... 2-25, 7-23
Boyle, Rev. Gregory ........... 5-04
Boys, Sr. Mary C. .............. 2-02, 5-05
Bravo, Benjamín ................ 1-52, 5-51
Burgaleta, Rev. Claudio ..... 4-51, 8-52
Burland, John .................... 1-04, 8-03
Calzada, Ramón Luis ........ 7-52
Chávez, Bishop Gregorio ... 2-51, 8-53
Cheri, Richard ................... 3-04
Chesto, Kathleen ............... 2-15, 4-15
Clark, Bishop Edward ........ 2-03
Clarke, Rev. Jim ................ 7-05
Coffey, Kathy ..................... 4-01, 7-08
Colloton, Rev. Paul ............ 4-01
Coloroso, Barbara ............. 3-05, 4-02
Cortez, Jaime .................... 4-03
Cotter, Jeannie .................. 8-05
Covarrubias, María ............ 5-53
Cozzens, Fr. Donald .......... 5-06, 7-06
Crosby, Michael ................. 3-06, 5-07
Cusick, Rev. John ............. 3-07, 4-04
Dahm, Rev. Charles .......... 5-52, 8-54
D’Arcy, Paula .................... 1-05, 4-05
Davidson, James ............... 6-07, 8-06
Dell’Oro, Roberto ............... 7-53
Dembrowsky, Constance ... 3-08, 5-08
Doran, Ken ........................ 3-09, 6-08
Downey, Dr. Michael .......... 2-04
Draper, John ..................... 2-06
Driscoll, Rev. Michael ........ 2-05, 8-07
Duc Minh, Joseph ............. 3-70
Duggan, Rev. Robert ......... 6-09, 7-07
Dunlap, Judith ................... 5-09, 8-08
East, Msgr. Ray ................. 2-06
East, Tom .......................... 8-09
Ellair, Steven ..................... 4-06
Fabing, Fr. Bob .................. 1-06
Fiand, Sr. Barbara ............. 3-10, 5-10
Filochowski, Julian ............ 1-07, 8-10
Flaherty, John .................... 4-07
Florian, Amy ...................... 1-08, 7-09
Ford, Paul ......................... 5-11
Fragomeni, Rev. Richard ... 2-07, 4-08
Friedman, Mark ................. 5-02
Fry, Sarina ......................... 5-54
Funk, Sr. Mary Margaret .... 5-12, 8-11
SPEAKER INDEX
PERIOD 1
10:00 - 11:30 a.m. • Friday, March 31, 2006
WORKSHOP
TAPE
LOCATION
1-00 “Come Away by Yourselves and Rest a While” (Mark 6)
- Mike Patin
(Paradise Pier) Ballroom
1-01 The Evangelical Essentials - Fr. Robert Barron
(Convention) 203
1-02 Happy and Holy Households of Faith - Nancy Bird
(Convention) 211
1-03 The Power of Praise - Renée Bondi
—
(Convention) 304
1-04 Songs of Faith: Our Sacramental Journey - John Burland
(Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
1-05 When the Heart Breaks - Paula D’Arcy
(Convention) Ballroom C
1-06 The Habit on Reflecting on Love, Joy, Need, Fear, Sorrow and
Anger - Fr. Bob Fabing
—
(Convention) Ballroom AB
1-07 Globalization and Freedom for the Poor - Julian Filochowski
—
(Convention) 201 CD
1-08 What? Me Lead the Prayer? - Amy Florian
—
(Convention) 303
1-09 Cultivating a Spirituality of Suffering - Richard Gaillardetz
(Convention) 206
1-10 Encountering Jesus, Coming to Discipleship - Fr. Anthony Gittins
(Convention) 202
1-11
(Sheraton) Garden Room
Be Not Afraid: Encountering Christ in the Borderlands
- Dr. Roberto Goizueta
1-12 Live With Intention: Practice the Sacrament of the Blessed
Present - Rev. Terry Hershey
(Convention) Arena
1-13 Becoming the Best-Version-of-Yourself - Matthew Kelly
(Convention) Hall C
1-14 Song, Table, Word, Home - Tom Kendzia
—
(Convention) 204 C
1-15 Martin Luther King, Jr. and Catholic Social Teaching
- Rev. Bryan Massingale
(Convention) 204 AB
1-16 Soul Formation – The Foundation for Positive Self-Esteem
- Patricia McCormack
(Convention) Ballroom E
1-17 The Freedom of Water and Word - Dr. Megan McKenna
(Convention) 207
1-18 Sexuality, The Journey of Love - JoAnn Paradise
(Convention) 208
1-19 How Do We Speak of God in the Context of Religious Pluralism?
- Peter Phan
(Sheraton) Palm Rooms
1-20 The Struggle for Generative Discipleship: From Wrestling with
the Devil to Wrestling with God - Ronald Rolheiser
(Convention) Hall D1
1-21 Raising Courageous and Confident Daughters - Patt & Steve Saso
(Sheraton) Park Ballroom
1-22 Angry Words of the Bible: On Listening to Rage!
- Dr. Daniel Smith-Christopher
(Clarion) Orangewood
1-23 Communicating Chastity Effectively to this Generation
- Pam Stenzel
—
(Convention) Ballroom D
1-24 Assessing Your Parish: Taking It to the Next Level
- Thomas Sweetser & Sr. Peg Bishop
(Convention) 212
1-25 Contemporary Liturgical Issues - Bishop Donald W. Trautman
(Convention) 213 ABC
1-70 Vietnamese Workshop - Francis Vu
(Convention) 210 D
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Friday, March 31, 2006 • 1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
PERIOD 2
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Workshops
WORKSHOP
TAPE
LOCATION
2-00 “Come Away by Yourselves and Rest a While” (Mark 6)
(Paradise Pier) Ballroom
- Mike Patin
2-01 The Pontificate of Benedict XVI: What We’ve Learned So Far
(Convention) Ballroom AB
- John Allen Jr.
2-02 The Holy Work of Seeking Understanding: Catholic
(Doubletree) Grand Ballrm
Perspectives on Interpreting Scripture - Sr. Mary C. Boys
2-03 Pouring New Wine Into New Wine Skins: The New
(Convention) 206
Evangelization and What it Means for the Way We Do Catechesis
- Bishop Edward Clark
2-04 The Eyes Have It: Contemplation in Everyday Life
(Convention) 213 ABC
- Dr. Michael Downey
2-05 The Synod of Bishops on the Eucharist and Mission of the
(Convention) 204 A
Church - Rev. Michael Driscoll
2-06 Purpose Driven AND Catholic
(Convention) 303
- Msgr. Ray East, Msgr. Lloyd Torgerson, John Draper
2-07 The Virgin Mary: Our Lives Transformed by the “Perfect
(Convention) Ballroom DE
Disciple” - Rev. Richard Fragomeni
2-08 RCIA: Animating the Initiating Assembly - Dr. Jerry Galipeau
(Clarion) Orangewood
2-09 Catechetical Perspectives: U.S. Economic Policy & Catholic
(Convention) 201 A
Social Teaching - Dr. Greer Gordon
2-10 A Womanist Perspective on the Church’s Mission in the World
(Convention) 211
- Dr. Diana Hayes
2-11 Play Power! Fun and Games to Keep Kids Moving, Motivated &
— (Convention) 207
Fit - Sharon Krull
2-12 Lights! Camera! Action! Educating Believers in a Media— (Convention) 201 BCD
Saturated Culture - Rev. Richard Leonard
2-13 Letting in the Light - Patricia Livingston
(Convention) 209
2-14 From Inspiration to Illumination: An Experience of
(Convention) 203 B
The Saint John’s Bible - Carol Marrin & Tim Ternes
2-15 Raising Successful Children in Turbulent Times - Kathleen Chesto — (Sheraton) Park Ballroom
(originally scheduled with Suzy Yehl Marta)
2-16 Catholic Youth Evangelization: A Call to the Good News
(Convention) 212
- Robert McCarty
2-17 As You Enter Into Freedom, Possibility Comes to Meet You
(Convention) Hall D1
- John O’Donohue
2-18 Creating and Leading Prayer in the Catechetical Setting
(Sheraton) Garden Room
- Robert Piercy Jr.
2-19 Exploring Prayer for 4- through 14-year-olds
(Convention) 210 ABC
- Brendan O’Reilly & Maura Hyland
2-20 A Survival Guide for Thinking Catholics - Rev. Thomas Reese
(Convention) Hall C
2-21 I Will Survive! Living Through a Time of Disaster
(Convention) Arena
- Rev. R. Tony Ricard
2-22 Every Parish Can Do Lifelong, Intergenerational Catechesis!
(Convention) 202
- John Roberto
2-23 Morality and the Law: They’re Related, But Not the Same
— (Convention) Ballroom C
- Fr. Dick Sparks
2-24 Extreme Makeover – Liturgical Music Edition!
(Convention) 304
- Vic Vanacore, Cesar Marquez & Sean Mahon
2-25 Communicating Love to Children
(Convention) 204 B
- David Wells, Mike Stanley & Joanne Boyce
2-26 Benedict XV: The Papacy in a New Age (1914-1922)
(Convention) 205
- Rev. Thomas Weston
2-70 Vietnamese Workshop - Sr. Thuy Nguyen
(Convention) 210 D
(originally scheduled with Dr. Van Pham)
PERIOD 3
3:00 - 4:30 p.m. • Friday, March 31, 2006
WORKSHOP
TAPE
LOCATION
3-00 “Come Away by Yourselves and Rest a While” (Mark 6)
- Mike Patin
(Paradise Pier) Ballroom
3-01 Where Are They Now? Avery Dulles’ “Models of the Church” (1974)
- R. Scott Appleby
(Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
3-02 The Struggle to Speak Truthfully - Dr. Tom Beaudoin
—
(Clarion) Orangewood
3-03 The Psalms as Jesus Knew Them - Rev. Lawrence Boadt
(Convention) 303
3-04 Songs Over the Struggle - Richard Cheri
(Convention) Hall C
3-05 The Bully, The Bullied, and The Bystander: Breaking the Cycle
of Violence - Barbara Coloroso
—
(Convention) Ballroom DE
3-06 A Kairos Moment in the Catholic Church - Michael Crosby
(Convention) 207
3-07 The Making of a Parish - Rev. John Cusick & Rev. John Wall
(Sheraton) Palm Rooms
3-08 Succeeding with Today’s Most Challenging Students
- Constance Dembrowsky
(Convention) 304
3-09 The Role Catechists Play in Helping Elementary-age Young People
“Step Into Freedom” - Ken Doran
(Convention) 211
3-10 Forgiveness: Freeing the Pain that Binds Us - Sr. Barbara Fiand
(Convention) 204 ABC
3-11
(Convention) Ballroom C
The Future of Ministry in the Catholic Church: Our Best Hopes
- Thomas Groome
3-12 How Is My Daily Life Vital to the Mission of the Church?
- Dr. Aurelie Hagstrom
(Convention) 203 B
3-13 Healing and Hope in a Sacramental World - Fr. Joe Kempf
(Convention) Hall D1
3-14 Teaching in a Multicultural Community - The Rev. Eric Law
(Convention) 202
3-15 Performing Arts as Prayer and Proclamation
- Nancy & Graziano Marcheschi
—
(Convention) 213 ABC
3-16 Living with the Saints - Rev. James Martin
(Convention) 201 BCD
3-17 Ecumenism in Practice - Bishop Malcolm McMahon
(Convention) 205
3-18 “To What Shall I Liken the Kingdom of God”: Using Parables
to Teach Like Jesus - Patrick Mullen
(Sheraton) Park Ballroom
3-19 The Spirituality of Teaching - Rev. Ronald Nuzzi
—
(Sheraton) Garden Room
3-20 Summertime and the Living Is Easy … Or Is It?
- Michael Prendergast & Sr. Mary Jo Quinn
3-21 There’s a Method to Our Ministry: Creative Teaching Strategies
- Kate Ristow
(Convention) 209
—
(Convention) 210 AB
3-22 Culture, Society and the Life Issues: Common Underpinning of
Pro-life Philosophy and the Pro-life Encyclicals - Rev. Robert Spitzer
(Convention) 210 C
3-23 Teaching Our Students to be Respectful in a Very Rude World
- Char Wenc
(Convention) Ballroom AB
3-24 The Freedom of Movement – Learning the Steps
- Rev. Robert VerEecke & Jaime Huggins
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(Convention) 201 A
3-25 The Three Marriages: Work, Self and Other - David Whyte
—
(Convention) Arena
3-26 The Odd Couple: Can a Lay Woman and a Priest Run a Parish
Without Driving Each Other Crazy? - Rev. Paul Boudreau &
Lynn Zupan
(Convention) 206
3-70 Vietnamese Workshop - Joseph Duc Minh
(Convention) 210 D
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PERIOD 4
Saturday, April 1, 2006 • 10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
WORKSHOP
TAPE
LOCATION
4-01 The Arts: Bridge Between Generations, Window on the Gospels
- Kathy Coffey & Rev. Paul Colloton
—
(Convention) 204 C
4-02 Just Because It’s Not Wrong Doesn’t Make It Right
- Barbara Coloroso
—
(Convention) 303
4-03 The Right Song for the Right Moment - Jaime Cortez
—
(Convention) Ballroom A
(Convention) 212
4-05 The Journey Into Love - Paula D’Arcy
(Convention) 210 ABC
4-06 Lord, I Love ’em, But They’re Driving Me Nuts! - Steven Ellair
(Convention) Hall D1
4-07 Family Life and Sunday Worship - John Flaherty
(Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
4-08 The Test for Authenticity: Eucharist and Mission
- Rev. Richard Fragomeni
(Convention) Ballroom B
4-09 Pedagogy for an Accountable Church - Richard Gaillardetz
(Convention) 210 D
4-10 Breaking All Our Teacup Talk of God - Edwina Gateley
4-11
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Total Community Catechesis: An Approach Whose Time Has Come
… Again - Thomas Groome
4-12 Our Worship Life/Our Life in the World - Marty Haugen
(Convention) 304
(Convention) 209
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(Convention) 204 AB
4-13 Jesus in Skin: On the Journey of Faith Together - Rev. Terry Hershey
(Convention) Hall C
4-14 Aim for Your Adults - Bill Huebsch
(Paradise Pier) Room AB
4-15 When the Bough Breaks ... Guiding Youth Through Loss
- Kathleen Chesto (originally scheduled with Suzy Yehl Marta)
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(Convention) 206
4-16 Hardwired to Connect: Youth, Relationships and Meaning
- Margaret McCarty
(Paradise Pier) Room CD
4-17 Unlocking the Religious Imagination - JoAnn Paradise
(Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
4-18 The Election of Benedict and What It Means for the Church
- Rev. Thomas Reese
(Convention) Ballroom DE
4-19 The Death of Innocents - Helen Prejean
(Convention) Arena
4-20 Young Adult Catholics: Is Their Catholic Identity in Jeopardy?
- Rev. Thomas Rausch
(Convention) 207
4-21 The Passion of Jesus and the Passion of Women - Barbara Reid
(Convention) 201 BCD
4-22 Putting the Pieces Together: Implementing the Six Tasks of
Catechesis in the Classroom - Kate Ristow
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(Convention) Ballroom C
4-23 Strengthening the Family: Building Character - Pam Stenzel
—
(Convention) 213 ABC
4-24 Reasons to Believe: A New Approach to Evangelization
- Sr. Maureen Sullivan
(Convention) 205
4-25 Focus Your Parish Vision: Know Where You’re Going and How to
Get There - Thomas Sweetser & Sr. Peg Bishop
(Sheraton) Garden Room
4-26 Partners in Praise - Christopher Walker
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(Clarion) Orangewood
4-27 Through the Eye of the Needle: Life, Work and the Poetic
Imagination - David Whyte
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(Sheraton) Palm Rooms
4-70 Vietnamese Workshop - Peter Phan
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4-04 From Good to Great - Rev. John Cusick & Rev. John Wall
PERIOD 5
1:00 - 2:30 p.m. • Saturday, April 1, 2006
WORKSHOP
TAPE
LOCATION
5-01 A Global Church in a Globalized World: The Rise of the South
in Roman Catholicism - John Allen Jr.
(Convention) 201
5-02 Liturgy of the Word for Children: Music, Rituals and Storytelling
- Donna Anderle & Mark Friedman
(Convention) 304
5-03 Dancing into Freedom! - Betsey Beckman & Laura Ash
—
(Clarion) Orangewood
5-04 Survival of the Unfittest: Ministry to Gangs and the Incarcerated
- Rev. Gregory Boyle
(Convention) Hall D1
5-05 The Education and Formation of Catholics in a Religiously
Diverse World - Sr. Mary C. Boys
(Convention) 210 D
5-06 Adult Discipleship - Fr. Donald Cozzens
—
(Convention) 210 ABC
5-07 The Pope’s Challenge to Catholics: Grow-up in Faith
- Michael Crosby
(Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
5-08 Freeing Yourself From Past Hurts – Steps That Allow Us to
Forgive - Constance Dembrowsky
(Convention) Ballroom DE
5-09 Proclaiming the Gospel – A Look at the “National Directory
for Catechesis” - Judith Dunlap
(Paradise Pier) Room CD
5-10 Becoming Peacemakers: Freeing a World at War - Sr. Barbara Fiand
(Convention) 209
5-11
(Convention) Hall C
Baptized Imaginations, Transformed Minds, Surrendered Hearts:
The Theology of the “Chronicles of Narnia” - Paul Ford
5-12 Humility: A Teaching from the Catholic Tradition
- Sr. Mary Margaret Funk
(Convention) 204 AB
5-13 A Presence That Disturbs: Discipleship Today - Fr. Anthony Gittins
(Convention) 203 B
5-14 God Is Here: Liturgical Music Celebrating Christ Among Us
- David Haas
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(Convention) Ballroom AB
5-15 Middle School Youth Ministry: On Your Mark, Get Set, Grow!
- Michael Hagarty
(Paradise Pier) Room AB
5-16 Free Advice: Step Right In, Your Job Just Got Easier - Mark Hart
(Convention) 303
5-17 The Ongoing Challenge of Vatican II: Forty Years Later
- Dr. Diana Hayes
(Convention) 202 AB
5-18 To Dance an Authentic Life - Fr. Joe Kempf
(Convention) Hall D2
5-19 Giggle & Wiggles! Music and Movement Activities for Circle
Time - Sharon Krull
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(Doubletree) Grand Ballrm
5-20 Freedom’s Dance Step to Everlasting Love - Rev. John LeVecke
(Convention) 207 D
5-21 Step into Freedom of the Son of Man - Dr. Megan McKenna
(Sheraton) Palm Rooms
5-22 Order My Steps: Processions at Liturgy - Rev. J-Glenn Murray
(Convention) 207 ABC
5-23 The Secrets of the Kingdom: Searching for a Vocabulary to
Understand the Heart of the Gospel - Ronald Rolheiser
(Convention) Arena
5-24 Maintaining Your Sanity While Parenting a Teenager
- Patt & Steve Saso
(Convention) 204 C
5-25 Pauline Controversies Then and Now: Sexuality, Women and
Authority - Dr. Jeff Siker
(Convention) 208
5-26 Human Sexuality: Nature and Relationships in Cultural Milieus
- Fr. Dick Sparks
—
(Sheraton) Park Ballroom
5-27 Adult Faith Formation: Trends, Tensions and Tactics - Tom Zanzig
(Convention) 206
5-70 Vietnamese Workshop - Sr. Theresa Phan
(Convention) 211
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PERIOD 6
Saturday, April 1, 2006 • 3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
WORKSHOP
TAPE
LOCATION
(Sheraton) Palm Rooms
6-02 Walking Sticks for Working Disciples - Sue Ballotti
(Convention) 204 B
6-03 Guadalupe and a People’s Journey to Freedom
- Msgr. Arturo Bañuelas
(Sheraton) Park Ballroom
6-04 Why the Catholic Church Is Involved in Immigration Reform
- Bishop Gerald Barnes
(Convention) 201
6-05 Why John Henry Newman Still Matters - Fr. Robert Barron
(Convention) 209
6-06 Homosexuality, Celibacy and the Priesthood: Continuing the
Conversation - Dr. Tom Beaudoin with Rev. James Martin &
Dr. Greer Gordon
—
(Convention) 303
6-07 Contemporary Myths about Catholics and Their Church
- James Davidson
(Convention) Ballroom DE
6-08 The Role Catechists Play in Helping Early Adolescents “Step
Into Freedom” - Ken Doran
(Convention) 207 CD
6-09 What Can RCIA Ministers Learn from the Social Sciences?
- Rev. Robert Duggan
(Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
6-10 Did You Receive the Holy Spirit When You Were Baptized?
- Dr. Aurelie Hagstrom
(Clarion) Orangewood
6-11
(Convention) 203 A
The Global AIDS Epidemic and the Catholic Response
- Mark Hanley
6-12 Songs of Joy, Tears and Dreams - Liam Lawton
—
(Convention) Ballroom AB
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(Doubletree) Grand Ballrm
6-13 The Good News According to Each of Us - Patricia Livingston
6-14 Gospel Drama and the Dance of Discipline
- Nancy & Graziano Marcheschi
(Convention) 208
6-15 Minister AND Spouse: Who Do You Say That I Am?
- Margaret & Robert McCarty
(Convention) 207 AB
6-16 CNN, Scripture and the Catechism of the Catholic Church
- Msgr. Thomas McDade
6-17 Catechesis and Multiple Intelligences - Rev. Ronald Nuzzi
(Convention) 206
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(Convention) 212
6-18 In the Shadows of the Angels: Meister Eckhart’s Theory of
Angelic Presence - John O’Donohue
(Convention) Arena
6-19 Healing Division in the Church - Timothy Radcliffe
(Convention) 210 ABC
6-20 Violent Endings in Matthew’s Parables and an End to Violence
- Barbara Reid
(Convention) 204 C
6-21 A True Moment of Thanksgiving: The Sacrament of
Confirmation - Rev. R. Tony Ricard
(Convention) Hall D1
6-22 Use Their Issues, Touch Their Hearts - Anna Scally
(Convention) 304
6-23 To Live More Freely: Finding the Grace in Each Moment
- Sr. Anne Bryan Smollin
(Convention) Hall C
6-24 What Does the Culture Need to Understand About Pro-life
Philosophy - Rev. Robert Spitzer
(Sheraton) Garden Room
6-25 “Lumen Gentium”: A New Church for the New Millennium
- Sr. Maureen Sullivan
(Convention) 204 A
6-26 Justice for the Whole Earth Community - Nancy Sylvester
(Convention) 203 B
6-27 Revitalizing the Ministry of the Assembly
- Bishop Donald W. Trautman
(Convention) 205
6-70 Vietnamese Workshop - Bishop Stephanus Tri Buu Thien
(Convention) 211
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6-01 Church or Sect? Catholicism at a Crossroads - R. Scott Appleby
PERIOD 7
10:00 - 11:30 a.m. • Sunday, April 2, 2006
WORKSHOP
TAPE
7-01 Liturgical Dance: Moving Through the Seasons - Donna Anderle
7-02 Singing our Faith: Liturgy, Prayer & Music with Elementary-age
Children - David Anderson
LOCATION
(Convention) 201 AB
—
(Convention) 204 AB
7-03 The Messiah in the Old Testament and Jesus as Messiah
- Rev. Lawrence Boadt
(Convention) 303
7-04 Spirituality of Parish Ministry - Rev. Paul Boudreau
(Convention) 213 ABC
7-05 Grieving the Necessary Losses of Life - Rev. Jim Clarke
(Convention) Hall D1
7-06 The Changing Face of the Priesthood – Five Years Later
- Fr. Donald Cozzens
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7-07 A “Catechumenal Model” for Infant Baptism Preparation
- Rev. Robert Duggan
(Doubletree) Grand Ballrm
(Convention) 211
7-08 The Quality of Mercy – Explored Through the Arts
- Kathy Coffey & Bro. Michael O’Neill McGrath
—
(Convention) 208
7-09 Never Thirst Again - Amy Florian
—
(Convention) 201 CD
7-10 Hopelessness Adapts, Hope Resists - Edwina Gateley
—
(Convention) 210 ABC
7-11
Hearing the Whispers of God - Dr. Carole Goodwin
(Convention) 209
7-12 Pastoral Practice: Overcoming the Bully - Dr. Greer Gordon
(Convention) 212
7-13 To Proclaim Christ: Liturgy & Liturgical Music in the Life of
Catechesis and Sacramental Practice - David Haas
—
(Convention) 304
7-14 The “Rite” Way to Prepare for Confirmation - Michael Hagarty
(Convention) Ballroom C
7-15 Women & Healing: Story, Song, Laughter and Movement
- ValLimar Jansen, Frank Jansen & Sr. Anne Bryan Smollin
Featuring: Janèt Sullivan Whitaker, Valyermo Dancers,
Ginny Temple, Noni Limar, Serenity Fisher and Bobby Fisher
(Convention) Arena
7-16 The Seven Levels of Intimacy - Matthew Kelly
(Convention) Hall C
7-17 Films That Set the Human Spirit Free - Rev. Richard Leonard
—
(Convention) Ballroom AB
7-18 The Catechist as Leader of Prayer - Sr. Miriam Malone
(Sheraton) Park Ballroom
7-19 Cry Freedom: Multicultural Liturgy as a Rehearsal for Justice
- Rev. J-Glenn Murray
(Convention) 202
7-20 The Death of Innocents - Helen Prejean
(Convention) Ballroom D
7-21 Breaking the Mold: Rethinking Women in the Gospels
- Dr. Judy Siker
(Convention) 207 ABC
7-22 Theology in Dialogue with Asian Religions: Historical Examples
from China, India and Vietnam - Jonathan Tan
(Convention) 203
7-23 Faith Conversations – Helping Parish Groups to Work
- David Wells, Mike Stanley & Joanne Boyce
(Sheraton) Garden Room
7-24 Parenting – Are We Having Fun Yet? - Char Wenc
(Convention) Ballroom E
7-25 From Mental Illness to Spiritual Wisdom: A Father-Daughter
Odyssey - Tom Zanzig & Barbara Zanzig
(Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
7-70 Vietnamese Workshop - Francis Vu
(Convention) 210 D
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PERIOD 8
Sunday, April 2, 2006 • 1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
WORKSHOP
8-01 Spirituality for the Long Haul - Dr. Wilkie Au
TAPE
—
LOCATION
(Convention) Hall C
(Convention) 210
8-03 Energizing Religious Education Through Music and Movement
- John Burland
(Clarion) Orangewood
8-04 Story, Symbol, Season & Song: Creative Catechesis in Relation
to the Sacraments - Nancy Bird
(Convention) Ballroom C
8-05 The Gift of Resilience - Jeannie Cotter
—
(Convention) Ballroom AB
8-06 What the Latest Research Tells Us About American Catholics
- James Davidson
(Convention) 204 AB
8-07 Eucharist and Social Justice: The Unreformed Closing Rites
- Rev. Michael Driscoll
(Convention) 211
8-08 Family Faith Formation - Judith Dunlap
(Convention) 208
8-09 Inquiring Minds Want to Know – Sharing Faith with Young
Adolescents - Tom East
(Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
8-10 Archbishop Oscar Romero – A Martyr for Our Time
- Julian Filochowski
(Sheraton) Park Ballroom
8-11
(Convention) 202
Dialogue: What Would Thomas Merton Do Today?
- Sr. Mary Margaret Funk
8-12 RCIA: Where Are Our Catechumens and Candidates After
Initiation? - Dr. Jerry Galipeau
(Convention) 304 AB
8-13 Our Voice and Power! Freedom and the Development of
Critical Thinking - Cecilia Gonzalez-Andrieu
(Convention) 304 CD
8-14 Leading with Whole Heart, Soul and Mind: Ministry Challenges
Today - Michael Horan
—
(Sheraton) Palm Rooms
8-15 Growing in Faith as Catechists - Bill Huebsch
(Convention) 201 ABC
8-16 Faithful Approach to Bilingual Gatherings - The Rev. Eric Law
(Convention) 201 D
8-17 Living the Good Life: Virtues for Adult Christians
- Rev. Bryan Massingale
(Convention) 213 ABC
8-18 Mary in the Bible and in Catholic Faith - Timothy Matovina
(Convention) Hall D1
8-19 Self-Discipline 101: Connect Needs, Behavior and Pro-active
Strategies - Patricia McCormack
(Doubletree) Grand Ballrm
8-20 War and Faith in Sudan - Gabriel Meyer & David Tlapek
(Convention) 203
8-21 Advising the Conqueror: The Book of Daniel
- Dr. Daniel Smith-Christopher
(Convention) 204 C
8-22 Planting Seeds of Happiness – Nurturing Joy
- Sr. Anne Bryan Smollin
(Convention) Arena
8-23 Acting Justly in a Polarized World - Nancy Sylvester
(Convention) 207 D
8-24 Freedom to be “Me” with Jesus - Christopher Walker
—
(Convention) Ballroom E
8-25 A Quest for Human Freedom: Recovery from Addiction and
Compulsion - Rev. Thomas Weston
(Convention) 205
8-70 Vietnamese Workshop - Sr. Thuy Nguyen
(originally scheduled with Dr. Van Pham)
(Convention) 206
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8-02 Revelation as an Imaginative Journey - Stephen Binz
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HORARIO
JUEVES, 30 DE MARZO
6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
VIERNES, 31 DE MARZO
8:00 a.m.
8:30 - 9:30 a.m.
10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
11:30 - 1:00 p.m.
11:45 - 12:30 p.m.
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3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
5:15 p.m.
5:15 p.m.
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9:30 p.m.
SÁBADO, 1 DE ABRIL
8:00 a.m.
8:30 a.m.
10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
11:30 - 1:00 p.m.
11:45 - 12:30 p.m.
1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
5:15 p.m.
5:15 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
9:30 p.m.
9:30 p.m. - 12:30 a.m.
DOMINGO, 2 DE ABRIL
8:15 - 9:30 a.m.
8:30 a.m.
8:30 a.m.
8:30 a.m.
10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
11:30 - 1:00 p.m.
11:45 - 12:30 p.m.
1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
3:30 p.m.
HORARIO DE INSCRIPCIÓN:
Viernes y Sábado
Domingo
Lugar
Congreso • 31 de marzo-2 de abril, 2006
Para recoger su guía de programa – (Area de prefunción)
Inscripción – (Area de prefunción)
Oración/Música/Orientación – (Arena)
Primera Sesión de talleres
ALMUERZO
Música: Pedro Rubalcava “Primavera con Cristo” – (Arena)
Música: David Haas “God is Here!” – (Hall B)
Segunda Sesión de talleres
Tercera Sesión de talleres
Servicio de Oración – (Salón DE)
LITURGIAS EUCARÍSTICAS (vea página 9)
Concierto: “Rockin’ the ’Rina” – (Arena)
Taizé – (Salón DE)
Oración de la Mañana (Arena)
Discurso: Timothy Radcliff, OP – (sin traducción, Arena)
Cuarta Sesión de talleres
ALMUERZO
Música: ¡Marimbas Fantásticas! con Peter Kolar – (Arena)
Música: Matt Maher en concierto – (Hall B)
Quinta Sesión de talleres
Sexta Sesión de talleres
Servicio de Oración – (Salón DE)
LITURGIAS EUCARÍSTICAS (vea página 9)
Concierto: Bob Halligan Jr. y Ceili Rain – (Arena)
Compline – (Salón DE)
Baile de jóvenes (Marriott Hotel)
LITURGIA EUCARÍSTICA – (Arena)
Asamblea (Español): Rev. Domingo Rodríguez – (Hall B)
Asamblea General (Inglés): Rev. Ronald Rolheiser – (Salón AB)
Asamblea General (Vietnamita): Obispo Stephanus Thien – (Salón D)
Séptima Sesión de talleres
ALMUERZO
Música: St. Louis Jesuits en concierto – (Arena)
Música: John Angotti y Meredith Dean Joseph – (Hall B)
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• Capilla
• Reconciliación
• Música para Danielle Rose y
John Michael Poirier
• Arte
HORARIO DE EXHIBICIONES:
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Congreso • 31 de marzo - 2 de abril, 2006
ARTICULOS PERDIDOS
Si usted encontró o perdió algo, por favor dirigirse
al salón de Convenciones AR 1.
AUDIO-GRABACIÓN
Muchas de las sesiones serán grabadas. Los audiocasetes estarán disponibles a la venta en el puesto
de casetes y CDs del Centro de Convenciones
localizado al este del Pasillo A (Hall A).
CENTRO DE MENSAJES TELEFÓNICOS
El centro de mensajes, situado en el Pasillo A (Hall
A), puede recibir mensajes. Llamen al (714) 7658883 o (714) 765-8884 para dejar un mensaje.
Viernes:
10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Sábado:
9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Domingo:
9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
ESTACIONAMIENTO
El estacionamiento durante el día está disponible
en la estructura de estacionamiento del Centro de
Convenciones al precio de $8 por día sin privilegios
de entradas y salidas.
HORAS DE EXIBICIÓN
Las exhibiciones están localizadas en el Pasillo A
(Hall A). Ver páginas 81-88 con el listado de las
exhibiciones. Las exhibiciones abrirán durante las
siguientes horas:
Viernes:
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Sábado:
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Domingo:
8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
INFORMACION ACERCA DE LOS SALONES
DE HOSPITALIDAD
Para dar o conseguir información acerca del salón
de hospitalidad de su parroquia, favor de revisar el
pizarrón de información en el Pasillo A (Hall A).
PRIMEROS AUXILIOS
Una estación de Primeros Auxilios para problemas
de salud rutinarios estará localiza da en la galería a
fuera del área del Pasillo A (Hall A).
RESERVACIONES DE RESTAURANTE
En la galería a fuera del área del Pasillo A (Hall A),
puede encontrar menus y a la vez hacer
reservaciones:
Viernes y Sábado: 11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Domingo:
11:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
TELEFONOS CELULARES/PAGERS
Como señal de respeto hacia los conferenciastas y otros
participantes, por favor apaguen sus teléfonos y pagers
durante las sesiones generales, liturgias y talleres.
INFORMACIÓN DEL PARTICIPANTE
GAFETES/BOLETOS
Los gafetes con sus nombres deberán ser portados
en todo momento. Los boletos son necesarios para la
admisión tanto en las sesiones generales como en
los talleres.
RESERVACIÓN DE ASIENTOS
Se permite reservar asientos para sus amigos,
solamente hasta 10 minutos antes de que empiece la
sesión. Después de este tiempo, le rogamos deje los
asientos libres, y permita que otra persona los ocupe.
Le pedimos que si usted está guardando el asiento
para alguien, y un voluntario del congreso le pide
que le deje ese asiento a alguien más, siga las
instrucciones que le sean dadas.
EMERGENCIES
En caso de alguna emergencia, póngase, por favor, en
contacto con la persona más próxima que esté portando
un listón oficial del congreso rojo, blanco y azul con
“Official,” estas personas están en contacto radial y
pueden conseguir ayuda inmediata. Para una emergencia
que concideren de vida o muerte, por favor llamen al
9-1-1.
FUMADORES
No se permite fumar en el centro de convenciones,
hay varios patios asignados dónde será permitido.
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TALLERES
Para asistir a los talleres debe tener el boleto
apropiado para ese taller. Nadie podrá entrar a los
talleres sin boleto. Puede usar su boleto para asistir
al taller de la arena o la sala B pero este taller no es
para personas sin boletos. Por favor no olvide
apagar su teléfono celular y pager.
Todos los talleres comenzarán a tiempo. Algunos
conferencistas han pedido que no dejemos entrar a
personas que lleguen tarde. También les pedimos,
que traten de no salirse del taller durante la
presentación. La mayoría de los talleres tiene un
descanso, le pedimos que si desea no continuar en
el taller use este tiempo para irse ya que así no
perturbará al conferencista ni a los otros
participantes.
CAMBIO DE BOLETOS
Se pueden cambiar boletos de los talleres que tiene
puestos disponibles durante el día viernes a partir
del medio día en la ventanilla del puesto de
inscripción localizada en el area de prefunción. Nota:
Todos los bolestos pueden ser usados para entrar a
las sesiones de la Arena y el Hall B.
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COMIDA/CONCESIONES
El Centro de Convenciones ofrece diariamente diferentes opciones de comida en el Pasillo A (Hall A).
Desayuno Continental: 8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Almuerzo:
11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Carritos de concesiones: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
INFORMACIÓN
TALLERES
VIERNES, 31 DE MARZO 2006
SESIÓN 1 – 10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
AG
Lugar
1-51 Maria de Guadalupe en nuestro camino a la libertad
- Mons. Arturo Bañuelas
(Convention) Hall B
1-52 Los rituales (ritos) en casas - P. Benjamín Bravo
(Convention) 209
1-53 Moisés: La ley y la libertad - Dr. Jaime Vazquez, STD
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(Convention) 201 AB
1-54 ¡Dios mío, que será de California! - David Hayes-Bautista, PhD
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(Convention) 205
1-55 La fe de los grandes creyentes - Maruja Sedano
(Convention) 210 ABC
1-56 La persona y la humanidad en la Biblia - P. Clodomiro Siller Acuña
(Doubletree) Grand Ballrm
SESIÓN 2 – 1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
Lugar
2-51 La nueva comprensión de justicia - Mons. Gregorio Rosa Chávez
(Sheraton) Palm Rooms
2-52 Transmisión de la fe en la familia - P. Alvaro Ginel Vuelva
(Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
2-53 Espiritualidad del catequista: Necesidad, formación, estrategias
y pasos - Dr. Ricardo Grzona, STD
(Convention) Hall B
2-54 Los pequeños grupos bíblicos: un camino cristiano
- P. Armando Noguez Alcántara
(Convention) 208
2-55 A los músicos pastorales: ¿En que consiste su ministerio?
- Dra. Linda O’Brien-Rothe
(Convention) 203 A
2-56 Moral social: La eucaristía, fuente y meta del compromiso cristiano
- Miguel Ángel Sánchez Carlos
(Convention) 204 C
SESIÓN 3 – 3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
Lugar
3-51 La libertad, fuente de desafíos cotidianos
- Rev. Francisco Merlos Arroyo
(Doubletree) Grand Ballrm
3-52 La experiencia del divorcio y su incidencia emocional en
la familia - Ana García-Mina Freire
(Convention) Hall D2
3-53 La reconciliación y la opción preferencial por los pobres
- Dr. Roberto Goizueta
(Convention) 208
3-54 Cantando el Reino de Dios - Francisco Javier Herrera Brambila
(Convention) 203 A
3-55 De la esclavitud a la libertad - Mons. Victor Hugo Palma Paúl
(Convention) 212
3-56 ¡Se dice catequista y no tecatista! - P. Luigi Zanotto
(Convention) Hall B
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TALLERES
SÁBADO, 1 DE ABRIL 2006
SESIÓN 4 – 10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
AG
Lugar
4-51 La libertad desde la perspectiva de la teología y la espiritualidad
cristiana - P. Claudio Burgaleta, SJ
(Convention) 208
4-52 María en la Biblia y en la fe Católica - Dr. Timoteo Matovina
(Doubletree) Grand Ballrm
4-53 Experiencias de formación a distancia para catequistas y agentes
de pastoral - Marcelo Murúa
(Convention) 203
4-54 El Desierto: desafíos y espiritualidad
- P. Armando Noguez Alcántara
(Convention) 202
4-55 “Dime con quién andas...” - P. Domingo Rodríguez, ST
(Convention) Hall B
4-56 Somos templos del Espíritu Santo: La sexualidad humana y el joven
latino - Mons. Jaime Soto
(Sheraton) Park Ballroom
4-57 Como incorporar el arte en la clase de religión - Victor Valenzuela
(Convention) 201 A
Lugar
5-51 La búsqueda del sentido de la vida - Benjamín Bravo
(Convention) Hall B
5-52 Ministerio parroquial en una comunidad hispana
- P. Charles Dahm
(Convention) 212
5-53 ¿Qué debemos hacer por la formación de adultos?
- María Covarrubias y Laura López
(Convention) 213 ABC
5-54 Dando pasos a la libertad a través de la música
- Gioconda G.-R. Hawkins y Sarina Fry
(Convention) 203 A
5-55 El canto y la celebración del matrimonio - Pedro Rubalcava
(Sheraton) Garden Room
5-56 La libertad en perspectiva cristiana, un aporte a un mundo confuso
- Miguel Ángel Sánchez Carlos
(Convention) 205 AB
5-57 La catequesis con espíritu catecumenal
- P. David Mateo Velázquez
(Convention) Ballroom C
SESIÓN 6 – 3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
Lugar
6-51 La libertad como pregunta y como respuesta en conflicto
- Rev. Francisco Merlos Arroyo
6-52 Elías: La adoración y la justicia - Dr. Jaime Vazquez, STD
(Convention) 202
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(Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
6-53 Modelos de disciplina en la familia - Ana García-Mina Freire
(Convention) Ballroom C
6-54 Una catequesis sobre la fe - P. Alvaro Ginel Vuelva
(Convention) Hall B
6-55 ¡Tenemos voz y fuerza! La libertad y el desarrollo del pensamiento
crítico - Cecilia Gonzalez-Andrieu
(Convention) 210 D
6-56 Multiculturalismo en el plan de Dios y en la iglesia
- P. Clodomiro Siller Acuña
(Convention) 213 ABC
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SESIÓN 5 – 1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
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TALLERES
DOMINGO, 2 DE ABRIL 2006
ASAMBLEA GENERAL
Hall B – Domingo, 8:30 a.m.
DOMINGO RODRÍGUEZ ZAMBRANA, ST
“Donde dos o tres estén reunidos…”
Queremos mirar de cerca a la manera que nos relacionamos los unos con los otros.
La comunidad cristiana se constituye cuando estamos juntos … ¡y usualmente
tenemos problemas! Hablemos de como nos relacionamos y nos comunicamos. Señalamos aquí
lo que nos puede ayudar o perjudicar.
Natural de Puerto Rico, Domingo Rodríguez es misionero
trinitario por 45 años. Párroco en Puerto Rico y en CleveCambio del tiempo:
land por 14 años. Miembro del equipo facilitador del III
Acuérdese de
Encuentro Hispano. Homilista programa TV “Nuestra Familia.” Predicador de las misiones trinitarias por 20 años
adelantar su reloj una
por toda a nación.
hora antes de dormir.
SESIÓN 7 – 10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
AG
Lugar
7-51 Porqué la Iglesia católica se envuelve en la “Reforma de la
Inmigración” - Mons. Gerald Barnes
(Convention) Hall B
7-52 Amigos en el Señor: Acompañamientos espiritual y jóvenes
- Ramón Luis Calzada
(Convention) Hall D2
7-53 Ética de la vida y bioética: La contribución de la teología cristiana
- Dr. Roberto Dell’Oro
(Convention) 205
7-54 “Lectio Divina” en catequesis: Solicitud de Benedicto XVI
- Dr. Ricardo Grzona
(Convention) 206
7-55 Los salmos: La fidelidad de Dios en nuestro tiempo
- Francisco Javier Herrera Brambila
(Clarion) Orangewood
7-56 De la orfandad a la filiación: La libertad verdadera de los “Hijos de
Dios” - Mons. Victor Hugo Palma Paúl
(Convention) 207 D
7-57 “El Directorio Nacional para la Catequesis” - Maruja Sedano
(Sheraton) Palm Rooms
SESIÓN 8 – 1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
Lugar
8-51 ¿Cómo combinar catequesis y disciplina?
- Petra Alexander y Rosamaría Mora
(Convention) Hall B
8-52 Los sacramentos: Escuela de libertad espiritual
- P. Claudio Burgaleta, SJ
(Convention) 303
8-53 La justicia y su relación con la fe, la esperanza y la caridad
- Mons. Gregorio Rosa Chávez
(Convention) 207 ABC
8-54 Modelos de la iglesia o eclesiologia - P. Charles Dahm
(Convention) 209
8-55 Una pedagogía para la libertad: Claves de Jesús en la formación de
discípulos - Marcelo Murúa
(Convention) 212
8-56 Adentrándonos en el mundo de los jóvenes - Hna. Leticia Salazar
(Convention) Ballroom D
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PROGRAMAS
Oficina de Educación Religosa
CONTACTO
Cursos de Verano con el lema de “Discipulado y Misión” Temática
Desarrollada los fines de semana del 8 & 9 y 15 &16 de julio 2006
Especialización para Catequistas de Adultos (Básica y Advanzada)
Un programa para personas que trabajan en la catequesis con adultos.
Estudio de las Escrituras Cristianas
Un programa de nivel básico para estudiar la Biblia (16 sesiones).
Estudio de las Escrituras Hebreas
Un programa de nivel básico para estudiar la Biblia (16 sesiones).
Instituto Bíblico Católico (curso avanzado)
Un programa de tres años, se adquiere certificación como Animador/a Biblico/a.
Instituto de Pastoral y Evangelización
Humberto Ramos
(213) 637-7345
Lourdes Gonzalez-Rubio
(213) 637-7344
Martha Nuñez
(213) 637-7705
Martha Nuñez
(213) 637-7705
Martha Nuñez
(213) 637-7705
Humberto Ramos
(213) 637-7345
Martha Nuñez
(213) 637-7705
Humberto Ramos
(213) 637-7345
Humberto Ramos
(213) 637-7345
Martha Nuñez
(213) 637-7705
Programa de formación pastoral a tres niveles: básico, intermedio y avanzado.
La Biblia: Palabra de Vida
Un programa (nivel básico) estudiar la Biblia.
Pequeñas Comunidades Cristianos
Acompañar, estudiar sobre y como ser y hacer comunidad.
Semilla del Reino
Evangelización y catequesis diseñado para líderes parroquiales.
Tambien Yo Soy Tu Pueblo I y II
Dos cursos para quienes desean iniciarse en el conocimiento de la Bíbila.
PASTORAL JUVENIL
Formación para Agentes de Pastoral Juvenil
Dos años para la certificación (curso avanzado). Inicia cuando llegas
Alberto Embry
(213) 637-7355
FORMACIÓN DE CATEQUISTAS
Formación Básica para Catequistas
Formación en la fe y en las habilidades para catequistas que comienzan.
Ministerios Catequéticos Avanzados
Tres años de formación avanzada para Líderes Catequéticos y parroquiales.
Lourdes Gonzalez-Rubio
(213) 637-7344
Lourdes Gonzalez-Rubio
(213) 637-7344
YOUTH MINISTRY
Confirmación
Dos cursos (básico y avanzado) con especialización; talleres y entrenamiento.
Alberto Embry
(213) 637-7355
ELEMENTAL
Especialización para Catequistas de Elemental
Dos cursos (básico y avanzado) para Catequistas y Maestros de Catequistas.
Talleres de Enriquecimiento/Retiros para Niños/Evaluación de Textos
Catequéticos de Primaria
Martha Nuñez
(213) 637-7705
Martha Nuñez
(323) 931-7705
CONGRESOS REGIONALES
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O.L.A. – Congreso Regional
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EDUCACIÓN PARA ADULTOS
ARENA
8:30 a.m. • Friday, March 31, 2006
F
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OPENING RITE & WELCOME
Friday, March 31, 2006
CALL TO WORSHIP
Hina Na Ho (Celebration)
An Inuit song of celebration
Refrain:
Hina na ho ho henay, Hina na ho ho henay
Indaya hina na ho ho henay, indaya
Creator
of seasons
of people
of nations (Refrain)
John Laudry
Survivors
of promise
A spirit
of freedom (Refrain)
Stand by
your people
The nations
Survivors (Refrain)
John Laudry © Aglukark Entertainment Inc. (SOCAN)/Chad Irschick (SOCAN)/Rip Roar Music Inc. (SOCAN)
GATHERING SONG
Freedom is Coming
Text: South African. Tune: South African. © 1984, Utryck, Walton Music Corp., agent. Used with permission.
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OPENING RITE & WELCOME
ARENA
Friday, March 31, 2006 • 8:30 a.m.
PROCLAMATION
Arena
COLLECT
John O’Donohue
SONG
Were I the Perfect Child
John Bell
arr. Tony Alonso, Michael Mahler, Gary Daigle
Were I the perfect child of God whose faith was deep and love was broad,
not doubtful, guilty, worn or flawed, I’d gladly follow Jesus.
But I’m the child of what I’ve been, estranged by much I’ve done and seen,
afraid to show the love I mean, unfit to follow Jesus.
Yet God, who knows me first and last, who’s seen my best, my worst, my past,
has shown his love, intense and vast by meeting me in Jesus.
For Christ, though killed at Calvary by sins like mine and folk like me,
Has ris’n, forgiv’n and set me free, made fit to follow Jesus.
Then sprinkle water on my brow as, in this place, I make my vow
to own and love my Savior now and give my self to Jesus.
God grant me what I still require, that I in others might inspire
the hidden hope, the deep desire to love and follow Jesus.
God grant me what I still require, that I in others might inspire
the hidden hope, the deep desire to love and follow Jesus,
love and follow Jesus.
Arrangement Copyright © 2005 GIA Publications, Inc.
© 2004 WGRG, Iona Community. Published and distributed in North America by GIA Publications, Inc.
All rights reserved. Used with permission.
OPENING RITE & WELCOME
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8:30 a.m. • Friday, March 31, 2006
SCRIPTURE
Response:
Camimos de Esperanza
Isaiah 61:1-4, 10-11
Santiago Fernández
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Letra: Álvaro Fernández. Letra y música © 1996, Santiago Fernández y Álvaro Fernández.
Obra publicada por spiritandsong.com®. Derechos reservados.
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OPENING RITE & WELCOME
ARENA
Friday, March 31, 2006 • 8:30 a.m.
REFLECTION
Sister Edith Prendergast, RSC
Archdiocesan Director of Religious Education
RITUAL
I Send You Out
John Angotti
Arena
Copyright © 2000, World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
PRAYER/RITUAL
CLOSING PRAYER
BLESSING
SENDING FORTH
2006 CONGRESS THEME SONG
Step into Freedom/Paso a la Libertad
Bob Halligan/Pedro Rubalcava
(Please refer to page 66)
OPENING RITE & WELCOME
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ARENA
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5:15 p.m. • Friday, March 31, 2006
MISA DE LAS AMÉRICAS
Friday, March 31, 2006
Rev. Domingo Rodríguez, presider
Msgr. Ray East, homilist
The liturgy combines three languages: Spanish, English and Chumash. The Molmoloqhvash, the Ancient
ones, now known as the “Chumash,” lived on the Channel Islands off the coast of Southern California.
Today, their territory ranges from San Luis Obispo to Malibu, though stories speak of their land
reaching south into the San Fernando Valley and beyond. They were and are a deeply spiritual people
who believed in God, Kakunupmawa, The Mystery Behind the Sun. They have a profound connection to
their homeland and to their Ancestors who are buried there. They are re-awakening their original
language and reviving their ancient maritime culture with the building of their first tomol, a traditional
plank canoe, ‘Elye ‘won, which was paddled to Limuw, Santa Cruz Island, on September 8, 2001.
ENTRANCE SONG/CANTO DE ENTRADA
A Ti, Dios
Text: Spanish: Rosa María Icaza, CCVI, © 1999, Mexican American Cultural Center. All rights reserved.
Used with permission. Music © 2001, Jaime Cortez. Published by OCP Publications. All rights reserved.
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MISA DE LAS AMÉRICAS
Jaime Cortez
ARENA
Friday, March 31, 2006 • 5:15 p.m.
PENITENTIAL RITE/ACTO PENITENCIAL
KYRIE
Litany of Praise
Bob Hurd/Jaime Cortez
FIRST READING/PRIMERA LECTURA
(Proclaimed in/Proclamado en Chumash)
The wicked said among themselves, thinking not
aright:
“Let us beset the just one, because he is obnoxious to us; he sets himself against our doings, reproaches us for transgressions of the law
and charges us with violations of our training.
He professes to have knowledge of God and
styles himself a child of the Lord. To us he is
the censure of our thoughts; merely to see him
is a hardship for us, because his life is not like
that of others, and different are his ways. He
judges us debased; he holds aloof from our
paths as from things impure. He call blest the
destiny of the just and boasts that God is his
Father.
“Let us see whether his words be true; let us
find out what will happen to him. For if the just
one be the son of God, he will defend him and
deliver him from the hand of his foes. With revilement and torture let us put him to the test
that we may have proof of his gentleness and
try his patience. Let us condemn him to a
shameful death; for according to his won words,
God will take care of him.”
These were their thoughts, but they erred;
for their wickedness blinded them, and they
knew not the hidden counsels of God; neither
did they count on a recompense of holiness nor
discern the innocent souls’ reward.
Arena
Music: from Misa del Pueblo Inmigrante, © 1994, Bob Hurd. Published by OCP Publications.
All rights reserved. Used with permission.
Wisdom 2:1a, 12-22
Los malvados reflexionando equivocadamente
dicen:
“Pongamos trampas al justo, porque nos
resulta insoportable y se opone a nuestra forma
de actuar; nos echa en cara que no hemos
cumplido la ley y nos reprocha las faltas contra
la educación recibida; presume de conocer a
Dios y se proclama a sí mismo hijo del Señor.
Es un reproche contra nuestros pensamientos,
y sólo verlo nos molesta. Pues lleva una vida
distinta de los demás y va por caminos muy
diferentes; nos considera moneda falsa, se
aparta de nosotros como si fuéramos impuros;
proclama dichosa la suerte de los justos y presume de tener a Dios por Padre.
“Veamos si es verdad lo que dice,
comprobemos cómo le va al final. Porque si el
justo es hijo de Dios, él lo asistirá y lo librará de
las manos de sus adversarios. Probémoslo con
ofensas y tortura: así veremos hasta dónde llega
su paciencia y comprobaremos su resistencia.
Condenémoslo a una muerte deshonrosa, pues,
según dice, Dios lo librará.”
Así piensan, pero se equivocan, pues los ciega
su maldad. Ignoran los secretos de Dios, no
confían en el premio de la virtud, ni creen en la
recompensa de los intachables.
MASS OF THE AMERICAS
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ARENA
5:15 p.m. • Friday, March 31, 2006
RESPONSORIAL PSALM/SALMO RESPONSORIAL
Salmo 129: Clamo a Ti, Señor/Out of the Depths
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1. Escucha el sonido de mi voz,
atiende a mi súplica, Señor.
2. Señor, ¿quién con vida quedará
si llevas cuenta de nuestros pecados?
3. Mi alma espera en el Señor
más que el centinela a la aurora.
4. En tu misericordia y gran bondad
escoges al que alcanza salvación.
Eleazar Cortés
1. May your ears attend to my voice,
listen to my cries for mercy.
2. If you, O Lord, keep count of our sins,
Lord, who could survive?
3. My soul waits for the Lord
more than sentinels for daybreak.
4. For with the Lord is steadfast love,
with the Lord is fullness of redemption.
Letra: del Salmo 129 (Psalm 130). Letra y música © 1994, 1998, Eleazar Cortés.
Obra publicada por OCP Publications. Derechos reservados.
GOSPEL ACCLAMATION/ACLAMACIÓN ANTES DEL EVANGELIO
Honor y Gloria a Ti
Pedro Rubalcava
Music: La Misa Ranchera, Pedro Rubalcava. Text © Conferencia Episcopal Mexicana, pub. by Obra Nacional de la Buena Prensa, México, D.F.
Music © 1995, World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used by permission.
GOSPEL/EVANGELIO
John 7:1-2, 10, 25-30
(Proclaimed in Spanish/Proclamado en español)
Jesus moved about within Galilee; he did not wish to travel in Judea, because the Jews were trying to
kill him. But the Jewish feast of Tabernacles was near. But when his brothers had gone up to the feast,
he himself also went up, not openly but as it were in secret. Some of the inhabitants of Jerusalem said,
“Is he not the one they are trying to kill? And look, he is speaking openly and they say nothing to him.
Could the authorities have realized that he is the Christ? But we know where he is from. When the
Christ comes, no one will know where he is from.” So Jesus cried out in the temple area as he was
teaching and said, “You know me and also know where I am from. Yet I did not come on my own, but
the one who sent, whom you do not know, is true. I know him, because I am from him, and he sent
me.” So they tried to arrest him, but no one laid a hand upon him, because his hour had not yet come.
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MISA DE LAS AMÉRICAS
ARENA
Friday, March 31, 2006 • 5:15 p.m.
HOMILY/HOMILIA
GENERAL INTERCESSIONS/PLEGARIA UNIVERSAL
Oración de los Fieles
Peter Kolar
Music © 2001, World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used by permission.
PRESENTATION OF THE GIFTS/PRESENTACIÓN DE LAS OFRENDAS
Con Estas Cenizas, Señor/Perdona a Tu Pueblo
Lourdes C. Montgomery
Arena
© 2002, Lourdes C. Montgomery. Obra publicada por OCP Publications. Derechos reservados.
MASS OF THE AMERICAS
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ARENA
5:15 p.m. • Friday, March 31, 2006
Holy, Holy, Holy/Santo
Peter Kolar
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Music: Misa Luna, Peter Kolar. © 1998, World Library Publications All rights reserved. Used by permission.
Memorial Acclamation/Aclamación Memorial
Music: Misa Luna, Peter Kolar. © 1998, World Library Publications All rights reserved. Used by permission.
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MISA DE LAS AMÉRICAS
Peter Kolar
ARENA
Friday, March 31, 2006 • 5:15 p.m.
Great Amen/Gran Amén
Peter Kolar
Music: Misa Luna, Peter Kolar. © 1998, World Library Publications All rights reserved. Used by permission.
FRACTION RITE/RITO DE FRACCIÓN
Cordero de Dios
Alejandro Mejía
Arena
Música: Misa Melódica, © 1974, Alejandro Mejía y San Pablo Comunicación, SSP. Derechos reservados.
Administradora exclusiva en EE.UU.: OCP Publications. Utilizado con permiso.
MASS OF THE AMERICAS
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ARENA
5:15 p.m. • Friday, March 31, 2006
COMMUNION SONGS/CANTOS DE COMUNIÓN
Ubi Caritas
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English text by Bob Hurd. Spanish text by Pedro Rubalcava. Text and music © 1996, 2004, Bob Hurd.
Published by OCP Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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MISA DE LAS AMÉRICAS
Bob Hurd
ARENA
Friday, March 31, 2006 • 5:15 p.m.
Al Partir el Pan
Pedro Rubalcava
Text and music © 2000, World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used by permission.
Pan del Cielo
Eleazar Cortés
Arena
Text and music © 2002, World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used by permission.
CLOSING SONG/CANTO DE ENVIO
2006 CONGRESS THEME SONG
Step into Freedom/Paso a la Libertad
Bob Halligan Jr./Pedro Rubalcava
(Please refer to page 66/Se refiere por favor para página 66)
MASS OF THE AMERICAS
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ARENA
8:00 a.m. • Saturday, April 1, 2006
MORNING PRAISE
Saturday, April 1, 2006
Janèt Sullivan Whitaker, presider
PRELUDE
GATHERING SONG
I Want Jesus To Walk With Me
Traditional Spiritual
Adapted by ValLimar and Frank Jansen
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Can you hear the hammer ringing, can you hear it?
Can you hear the hammer ringing, can you hear it?
Can you hear the hammer ringing?
Surely, he died on Calvary.
Whether innocence or guilt, it’s not material.
The facts of life is that you see me, a criminal.
Statistical analysis says we are a nation
of men and women needing rehabilitation
from temptations.
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SATURDAY MORNING PRAISE
ARENA
Saturday, April 1, 2006 • 8:00 a.m.
You say that God gives out a forgiving second chance
to those of us who with the Devil did dance.
Even if I’m a sinner with a hard strike three
you say the Lord of Love will walk with me
through temptations.
Arena
This arrangement and verses text © 2004, ValLimar Jansen and Frank Jansen.
Published by spiritandsong.com®. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
OPENING PRAYER
READING
All People That on Earth Do Dwell
Response:
Micah 7:7-9
Assembly:
Cantor:
Glory be to the Father and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit.
Assembly:
Cantor:
As it was in the beginning,
Assembly:
Cantor: Is now and ever shall be;
SATURDAY MORNING PRAISE
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ARENA
8:00 a.m. • Saturday, April 1, 2006
Assembly:
Cantor:
World without end.
All (sing): Amen
Tune: Psalm (99) 100; William Kethe, d. c. 1593; Doxology, Thomas Ken, 1637-1711
Tune: Old Hundredth, LM; Louis Bourgeois, c. 1510-1561.
PSALM
The Lord Is My Saving Light
ValLimar and Frank Jansen
© 2002 AFW Music. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
PSALM PRAYER
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REFLECTION
Let Jesus Rise
ValLimar and Frank Jansen
I would love to preach and the Lord be glorified.
I would love to teach; see the opening of blind eyes.
I would love to pray; see broken hearts at liberty
to glorify Jesus in you and me.
I would love to give; see all the hungry fed.
I would love to serve; see pain and misery dead.
I would love to work; see the captives all go free
to glorify Jesus in you and me.
I would love to give much more than I receive,
give strength and power to the hopeless and the weak.
I’d give love for hate, give joy, tranquility
to glorify Jesus in you and me.
Open our hearts and comfort those who weep.
Work to protect the helpless and the meek.
Justice for oppression, peace, security
to glorify Jesus in you and me. (Refrain)
© 2004, ValLimar Jansen and Frank Jansen. Published by spiritandsong.com®. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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SATURDAY MORNING PRAISE
ARENA
Saturday, April 1, 2006 • 8:00 a.m.
How Can I Repay
ValLimar & Frank Jansen
I know I can never repay
what Jesus Christ has done for me.
So I dedicate my life in every way,
to show I’m grateful
for what he did on Calvary.
When I feed the hungry, clothe the poor,
comfort those who mourn,
the world knows I love him.
When I walk in love with those who hate,
return righteousness for wrong
the world knows I love him. (Refrain)
© 2004, ValLimar Jansen and Frank Jansen. Published by spiritandsong.com®. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
PROCLAMATION
“Still I Rise” by Maya Angelou (Excerpt)
You may shoot me with your words,
You may cut me with your eyes,
You may kill me with your hatefulness,
But still, like air, I’ll rise.
Out of the huts of history’s shame
I rise
INTERCESSORY PRAYERS
Hear Our Prayer
Up from a past that’s rooted in pain
I rise
I’m a black ocean, leaping and wide,
Welling and swelling I bear in the tide.
Leaving behind nights of terror and fear
I rise
Into a daybreak that’s wondrously clear
I rise
Bringing the gifts that my ancestors gave,
I am the dream and the hope of the slave.
I rise
I rise
I rise.
Arena
Just like moons and like suns,
With the certainty of tides,
Just like hopes springing high,
Still I’ll rise.
Tune adaptation: Frank & ValLimar Jansen
© 2003 AFW Music. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
SATURDAY MORNING PRAISE
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ARENA
8:00 a.m. • Saturday, April 1, 2006
OUR FATHER
CONCLUDING PRAYER
CLOSING SONG
Say So!
Traditional
Adapted by ValLimar and Frank Jansen
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This arrangement and verses text © 2004, ValLimar Jansen and Frank
Published by spiritandsong.com®. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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SATURDAY MORNING PRAISE
ARENA
Saturday, April 1, 2006 • 5:15 p.m.
BLACK CULTURE LITURGY
Saturday, April 1, 2006
Rev. J-Glenn Murray, presider
PRELUDE
That’s Alright
W. Clifford Petty
GATHERING SONG
Come Magnify the Lord
W. Clifford Petty
Arena
Copyright © 2000, World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
BLACK CULTURE LITURGY
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ARENA
5:15 p.m. • Saturday, April 1, 2006
LORD HAVE MERCY
OPENING PRAYER
– LITURGY OF THE WORD –
FIRST READING
Jeremiah 11:18-20
RESPONSORIAL PSALM
Psalm 29
The Lord Will Bless His People
Richard Cheri and Jalonda Robertson
The Lord will bless his people, the Lord will bless his people,
The Lord will bless his people, the Lord bless them with peace.
The English translation of the psalm response from the Lectionary for Mass © 1969, 1981, 1997, ICEL. All rights reserved.
Music copyright © 2005, World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
GOSPEL ACCLAMATION
Praise to You, Lord Jesus Christ
S
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Kenneth Louis
© Copyright 1996. Arr. Kenneth W. Louis. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
GOSPEL
John 7:40-53
GENERAL INTERCESSIONS
God Heard Me When I Pray
Copyright © 2002. Gowens Music. Used with permission.
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BLACK CULTURE LITURGY
Cynthia Gowens
ARENA
Saturday, April 1, 2006 • 5:15 p.m.
– LITURGY OF THE EUCHARIST –
PRESENTATION OF THE GIFTS
I Am God
Refrain:
Who do men say I am? Who do men say I am?
Who do men say I am? Be still and know I Am. I am God!
Who do you say I am? Who do you say I am?
Who do you say I am? Be still and know I Am. I am God!
Malcolm L. Speed
Copyright © 1997, by Malcolm L. Speed-LOTW Music CO-BMI. International Copyright Secured.
All rights reserved. Used with permission.
Holy
Kenneth Louis
Arena
Music: Mass of St. Cyprian, Kenneth Louis. Copyright © 2000 by GIA Publications, Inc. Used with permission.
BLACK CULTURE LITURGY
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ARENA
5:15 p.m. • Saturday, April 1, 2006
Great Amen
Jester Hairston
Copyright © Jester Hairston. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
Our Father
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C.E. Leslie
© C.E. Leslie. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
Lamb of God
Kenneth Louis
Music: Mass of St. Cyprian, Kenneth Louis. Copyright © 2000 by GIA Publications, Inc. Used with permission.
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BLACK CULTURE LITURGY
ARENA
Saturday, April 1, 2006 • 5:15 p.m.
COMMUNION SONG
Your Sacrifice
Thomas Lucas
Arena
Copyright © 2000, World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
BLACK CULTURE LITURGY
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ARENA
5:15 p.m. • Saturday, April 1, 2006
SONG OF THANKSGIVING
Because of Who You Are
CLOSING SONG
Go Ye Therefore
S
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Kenneth Louis
Copyright © Kenneth Louis. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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Arr. Clifford Perry
BLACK CULTURE LITURGY
ARENA
Sunday, April 2 • 8:15 a.m. & 3:30 p.m.
CLOSING LITURGY
Sunday, April 2, 2006
8:15 a.m.: Bishop Tod Brown, presider
3:30 p.m.: Cardinal Roger Mahony, presider
PRELUDE/PRELUDO
We Belong to You
Refrain:
Trevor and Victoria Thomson
We belong to you, O Lord of our longing.
We belong to you.
In our daily living, dying and rising,
We belong to you.
Arena
In the waters of your mercy, when the old becomes the new,
Souls united in the mystery, we belong to you. (Refrain)
Filled with gifts and filled with goodness; Spirit breathing life into
All who seek to find their purpose, we belong to you. (Refrain)
When we share the bread you’ve given, with the many and the few;
We are blest and we are broken; we belong to you. (Refrain)
We are called to share your word, Lord, in all we say and all we do.
As our journey moves us onward: we belong to you. (Refrain)
©2005 Trevor and Victoria Thomson. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
GATHERING SONG/CANTO DE ENTRADA
Freedom is Coming
Text: South African. Tune: South African. © 1984, Utryck, Walton Music Corp., agent. Used with permission.
CLOSING LITURGY
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ARENA
8:15 a.m & 3:30 p.m. • Sunday, April 2
PENITENTIAL RITE/ACTO PENITENCIAL
Tune: Hold Us In Your Mercy
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Copyright© 1994 by GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
– LITURGY OF THE WORD/
LITURGIA DE LA PALABRA –
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CLOSING LITURGY
Gary Daigle
ARENA
Sunday, April 2 • 8:15 a.m. & 3:30 p.m.
FIRST READING/PRIMERA LECTURA
(Proclaimed in Vietnamese/Proclamado en vietnamita)
RESPONSORIAL PSALM/SALMO RESPONSORIAL
With the Lord
Ezekiel 37:12-14
Jeanne Cotter
English translation of the psalm response from the Lectionary for Mass, © 1969
International Committee on English in the Liturgy. All rights reserved.
Music © 1995 by GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
SECOND READING/SECUNDA LECTURA
(Proclaimed in Spanish/Proclamado en español)
Arena
GOSPEL ACCLAMATION/ACLAMACIÓN ANTES DEL EVANGELIO
Praise to You, Lord Jesus Christ
Kenneth Louis
© Copyright 1966, arr. Kenneth W. Louis. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
GOSPEL/EVANGELIO
HOMILY/HOMILIA
John 11:1-45
(8:15 a.m. Liturgy) BISHOP TOD BROWN
Bishop of Orange, California
(3:30 p.m. Liturgy) CARDINAL ROGER MAHONY
Archbishop of Los Angeles
SCRUTINIES
CLOSING LITURGY
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ARENA
8:15 a.m & 3:30 p.m. • Sunday, April 2
Roll Away the Stone
Rory Cooney
© 1993, TEAM Publications. Published by OCP Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
DISMISSAL OF THE ELECT, CATECHUMENS AND CANDIDATES
– LITURGY OF THE EUCHARIST/
LITURGIA EUCARISTICA –
PRESENTATION OF THE GIFTS/PREPARACIÓN DE LOS DONES
Gabriel’s Oboe
Arr. by Chris de Silva
Holy/Santo
Jesse Manibusan
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Music: Misa del Mundo, © 1993, Jesse Manibusan. Published by OCP Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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CLOSING LITURGY
Sunday, April 2 • 8:15 a.m. & 3:30 p.m.
ARENA
Arena
Memorial Acclamation/Aclamación Memorial
Jesse Manibusan
Music: Misa del Mundo, © 1993, Jesse Manibusan. Published by OCP Publications.
All rights reserved. Used with permission.
CLOSING LITURGY
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ARENA
8:15 a.m & 3:30 p.m. • Sunday, April 2
Amen
Jesse Manibusan
Music: Misa del Mundo, © 1993, Jesse Manibusan. Published by OCP Publications.
All rights reserved. Used with permission.
FRACTION RITE/RITO DE FRACCIÓN
Lamb of God/Cordero de Dios
S
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Music: Misa del Mundo, © 1993, Jesse Manibusan. Published by OCP Publications.
All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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CLOSING LITURGY
Jesse Manibusan
ARENA
Sunday, April 2 • 8:15 a.m. & 3:30 p.m.
COMMUNION SONGS/CANTOS DE COMUNIÓN
Come to the Feast Divine
Liam Lawton
Copyright © 2002 by GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
Arena
Al Partir el Pan
Pedro Rubalacava
Text and music © 2000, World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used by permission.
CLOSING LITURGY
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ARENA
8:15 a.m & 3:30 p.m. • Sunday, April 2
One Bread, One Body
John Foley
arr. John Flaherty
Text: Based on 1 Corinthians 10:16-17; 12:4, 12-13, 20; Galatians 3:28; Ephesians 4:46; The Didache 9.
English, John Foley, S.J. Spanish translation of refrain and verses 1, 2: Salomón Mussiett; verse 3: Pedro Rubalcava.
Text and music © 1978, 1996, 2003, John B. Foley, S.J. and OCP Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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CLOSING LITURGY
ARENA
Sunday, April 2 • 8:15 a.m. & 3:30 p.m.
THANKSGIVING SONG/CANTO DE ACCIÓ DE GRACIAS
Here I Am to Worship
Joshua Blakesley
Arena
© 2001, Thankyou Music. All rights reserved. Administered by EMI Christian Music Group. Used with permission.
CLOSING LITURGY
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ARENA
8:15 a.m & 3:30 p.m. • Sunday, April 2
SENDING FORTH/ENVIO
2006 CONGRESS THEME SONG
Step into Freedom/Paso a la Libertad
S
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Bob Halligan Jr./Pedro Rubalcava
Text © 2005, Pedro Rubalcava and Bob Halligan Jr. Music © 2005, Bob Halligan Jr.
Published by spiritandsong.com®, 5536 NE Hassalo, Portland, OR 97213. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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CLOSING LITURGY
NOTES
ENDOWMENT FUND (continued from page 73)
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Jonathan Montoya
Bernadette Schurz
Jan Moore
Teri Seipel
Frank Moraga
Kathy Shaw
Kathy Morningred
Andrea Shearer
R. Thomas Myers
James Smith
Mary Jean Neault
Susan Sommer
Leticia Negrete
Therese Spence
Rose Neptune
Luke Stankiewicz
Ann Nguyen
Robert Stephenson-Padron
Lang Nguyen
Marthe Stokowski
Tri Ky Nguyen
Stan Stokowski
Fred Nichols
Sharon Suttles
Patricia Nichols
Mario Tadeo
Richard Norman
Father Joseph Ternullo
Susan Northway
Yolanda Teuffer
Bernadette O’Connell
June Tom
William O’Connor
Joyce Tompsett
Cathy Olds
Hieu Tran
Sandy Olszewski
Rolf Trondsen
Blanca Ortiz
Shawn Trowbridge
Eunice Park
Maria Valdez
Dean Pasloski
Stephanie Valdivia-Grand
Barbara Patton
Fiat Valera
Anne Pautler
Dorianq Valles
C. Craig Pearman
Mary Lou Vanderlip
Gladys Pearman
Victoria Velasco
Jamie Pelen
Ronalyn Velligas
Noel Penafiel
Annette Venegas
Annette Postlmayr
Tricia Von Dohlen
Deborah Powell
Dan Wallace
Paul Prine
Laurie Wallace
Maria Quintana
Sr. Carol Marie Walsh
John Rasor
Michael Ward
Mary Rose Rawlinson
Evangelina Weiss
Michelle Raymond
Carole Wentz
Nicki Riemenschneider
Timothy Wertzberger
Robin Rokisky
Nora Wieder
Patricia Rudewicz
Frank Williams
Paul Rudewicz
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Laurie Sachs
Kelly Zancanaro
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Elizabeth Zoller
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Janine Aurora
Manuel Delgado
Linda James
Marianna Bacher
Margaret Dimond
Mariano Jauco
Judit Baserga
Irene Maria Disanto
Blanche Johnson
Jesse Batacan
Lupie Dominguez
Lauren Johnston
Soledad Batacan
Kerri Dornstadter
Kirk Jones
Sherrie Beals
Kathleen Dunlap
Michelle Joyce
Kelli Berry
Charles Durley
Carla Jung
Lisa Berry
Nelia Durley
Debbie & George Kamer
Shawna Berry
Madelyn Dyess
Jason Kawazoe
Melissa Blackmer
Jose Luis Elias
Robert Kelly
Diana Blais
Estella Encinas-Romero
Erin Kennell
Jeannette Borge
Eduardo Espiritu
Matt Knowlton
Roberta Brehm
Melba Espiritu
Lisa Kosiewicz
Charlie Brown
Deacon Marlin Filipek
Kimberley Kramer
Julie Brown
Dottie Filipek
CJ Kruska
Dawn Brunner
Warren Flynn
Katy Kruska
William Brunner
Eduardo Fresquez
Carol Kunkel
Sarah Burchett
Rosaura Fresquez
James Laferriere
Linda Burke
Sheila Galaz
Rosalind Laferriere
Fr. Rick Byrum
Carolina Garcia
Cindy Lee
Pat Camarillo
Teresa Geraldez
Megan Leffin
Gail Campanella
Sharon Givens
Carol Lewis
Elizabeth Canepa
Maureen Glackin
Charlene Liao
Marie Cao-Bui
Joan Gomes
Catherine Lieb
Grace Cardenas
Anna Maria Gutierrez
Edwin Limpiado
Amalia Castaneda
Margaret Guttieri
Guillermo Lizarraga
Lianni Castro
Ryan Hanning
Gloria Lopez
Margarita Castro
Barbara & David Harmon
Marisol Lopez
Pedro Castro
Maryanne Harrington
John Lorbach
Grace Cavallo
Mary Harrison
Laura Lotz
Angela Chan
Kay Harter
Joann Mansfield
Donna Charron
Ronald Hartt
Beth Marcus
April Chatel
Jennifer Heath
Yolanda Marsh
Celina Chiarello
Kathy Herrington
Cuquita Martinez
Kendall Coffman
Jennifer Hinkel
David McAdam
Ashlee Colleton
Lisa Horan
Mary McConnell
Catherine Collins
Jacob Horst
Marlene McGrath
Marna Cornell
Lailani Howard
Jean McKenna
Jeanne Cosgrove
Rose Hudson
Ana McManama
Deena Crete
Betsy Hutchinson
Josefina Medina
Raymond Crisologo
Erin Hutchinson
Celia Meehan
Ruby Cruz-Diel
Danh Huynh
Ann Menna
Niki Dailey
Ivan Irizarry
Beverly Meyer
Phyllis Decrescenzo
Noel Jaderstrom
Malia Mika
O.R.E. STAFF
Online at http://www.ore.la
The Office of Religious Education is engaged in continuing the mission of Jesus Christ through
evangelization and catechesis. We are called to form catechetical leaders, integrate a justice perspective and respond to the multicultural diversity of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.
– O.R.E. Mission Statement
Michael Aguilera
Support Staff
[email protected]
Jan Pedroza
Early Childhood/RECongress
[email protected]
Anne Dunn
(Santa Barbara Region)
Adult Ministry
[email protected]
Sr. Edith Prendergast
DIRECTOR
[email protected]
Alberto Embry
(Spanish)
Pastoral Juvenil, Confirmacíon
[email protected]
Lourdes Gonzalez-Rubio
(Spanish)
Advanced Catechetical Ministries
and Catechist Formation
[email protected]
Sheryl Lange
Catechesis in the Black Perspective
[email protected]
Rev. David Loftus
Adult Ministry
[email protected]
Cesar Magallon
Support Staff
[email protected]
Sr. Clare Melody
Adult Ministry
[email protected]
Fe Musgrave
Catechesis in the
Asian Pacific Perspective
[email protected]
Mike Norman
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR
Confirmation, Junior High
& Youth Ministry
[email protected]
Martha Nuñez
(Spanish)
Instituto Biblico, Elementary
[email protected]
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Humberto Ramos
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR
[email protected]
Veronica Reyes
Religious Education Congress and
Early Childhood Support Staff
[email protected]
John Rinaldo
Youth Ministry
[email protected]
Sonia Robledo
Support Staff
[email protected]
Diana Salinas
Support Staff
[email protected]
Dennis Santos
(Santa Barbara Region)
Confirmation, Junior High and
Youth Ministry
[email protected]
Vikki Shepp
Religious Education Congress
Coordinator
[email protected]
Sr. Alina Spincemaille
Media
[email protected]
Michelle Youssef
Elementary
[email protected]
Office of Religious Education
(213) 637-7303
REGIONAL OFFICES
San Gabriel Region
San Gabriel Region Pastoral Center
16009 E Cypress Ave
Irwindale, CA 91706
(626) 962-7707
Eileen Gateley (Coordinator)
[email protected]
Susie Nossett (Support Staff)
[email protected]
San Fernando Region
Alemany High School
15101 San Fernando Mission Blvd.
Mission Hills, CA 91345
Mailing Address:
PO Box 7608
Mission Hills, CA 91346
(818) 365-5123
Lynn Lang (Coordinator)
[email protected]
Juan Garcia (Support Staff)
[email protected]
Our Lady of the Angels Region
O.L.A. Region Pastoral Center
5835 W Slauson Ave
Culver City, CA 90004
(310) 215-0703
David Lara (Coordinator)
[email protected]
Julio Cruz (Support Staff)
[email protected]
San Pedro Region
San Pedro Region Pastoral Center
3555 S Pancratius Pl
Lakewood, CA 90712
(562) 630-6272
Paulette Smith (Coordinator)
[email protected]
Nancy Longo (Support Staff)
[email protected]
Santa Barbara Region
Bishop García Diego Center
4032 La Colina Rd
Santa Barbara, CA 93110
(805) 682-0442
Sue Spies (Coordinator)
[email protected]
Sandy Melendez (Support Staff)
[email protected]
2006 Religious Education Congress
STAFF BOOTH SCHEDULE
Drop by and meet the people who head the ministries of the Office of Religious Education (ORE).
The ORE Staff Booth is located on the center aisle of Hall A. The following are the scheduled days
and hours when staff will be present:
Friday, March 31
Saturday, April 1
Sunday, April 2
8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Lourdes Gonzalez-Rubio
Fe Musgrave
8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Early Childhood
10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Anne Dunn
Lynn Lang
10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Anne Dunn
David Lara
Fr. David Loftus
10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Eileen Gateley
Fr. David Loftus
Mike Norman
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Early Childhood
Paulette Smith
Sue Spies
Michelle Youssef
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Humberto Ramos
John Rinaldo
Paulette Smith
Sue Spies
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Fe Musgrave
Humberto Ramos
John Rinaldo
Paulette Smith
1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Alberto Embry
Eileen Gateley
Fr. David Loftus
Dennis Santos
1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Early Childhood
Lynn Lang
Mike Norman
Michelle Youssef
1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Lourdes Gonzalez-Rubio
Sr. Clare Melody
Martha Nuñez
Sr. Alina Spincemaille
2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Sr. Clare Melody
Martha Nuñez
Sr. Alina Spincemaille
2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Alberto Embry
Eileen Gateley
David Lara
O.R.E. PROGRAMS
CONTACT
African-American Catholic Catechetical Conference
Annual gathering of leadership and youth for resourcing/in-servicing.
Annual Silent Directed Retreat
Five-day silent retreat with personal spiritual direction.
Building Inclusive Communities through Mindful Cross-cultural Interaction
BIC is a one-day Institute in each region: Santa Barbara, OLA, and San Pedro.
Catholic Bible Institute
A three-year program of comprehensive study for parish Bible-study leadership.
Human Sexuality Education
Formation and training programs.
Ministry with Adults
Training and development of parish adult education teams.
Dr. Anne Dunn
For the San Fernando and San Gabriel Regions, contact:
Fr. David Loftus
Pathways/Senderos – Regional Adult Learning Centers (English & Spanish)
Four-week sessions on Scripture, spirituality, ministry and life skills.
San Fernando/San Gabriel Regions Humberto Ramos and Fe Musgrave
San Pedro Region
Fr. David Loftus
Small Christian Communities/Pequeñas Comunidades Cristianas
Training, coordinating and facilitating of small faith communities.
Spirituality Institute (Santa Barbara Region)
A series of studies focusing on different aspects of Catholic spirituality.
Sheryl Lange
(213) 637-7354
Fr. David Loftus
(213) 637-7654
Fe Musgrave
(213) 637-7669
Fr. David Loftus
(213) 637-7654
Michelle Youssef
(213) 637-7410
www.RECongress.org
O.R.E.
ADULT EDUCATION
(805) 569-2779
(213) 637-7654
(213) 637-7669
(213) 637-7654
Humberto Ramos
(213) 637-7345
Dr. Anne Dunn
(805) 569-2779
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O.R.E. PROGRAMS
Online at http://www.ore.la
CATECHIST FORMATION
Basic Catechist Formation
Faith enrichment and basic theological formation for the beginning catechist.
Advanced Catechetical Ministries
Three-year formation program for Advanced Catechetical Leadership.
Fr. David Loftus
(213) 637-7654
Fr. David Loftus
(213) 637-7654
YOUNG ADULTS
Lenten Evening of Prayer
An evening of reflection and time with friends for young adults.
Theology on Tap
Four-week speaker series in all five regions for young adults.
Archdiocesan Young Adult Advisory Board
Board that plans and implements young adult ministry for the Archdiocese.
Sheryl Lange
(213) 637-7354
Sheryl Lange
(213) 637-7354
Sheryl Lange
(213) 637-7354
ELEMENTARY & EARLY CHILDHOOD
Early Childhood Spring Certification
April 29, May 6, May 20
Early Childhood Summer Certification
July 15, 22 & 29
Elementary Specialization/Enrichment Opportunities/Textbook Evaluation
Workshops, in-services and retreats to equip catechists.
Jan Pedroza
(213) 637-7352
Michelle Youssef
(213) 637-7410
YOUTH MINISTRY
Confirmation Coordinator’s Specialization
Evey Wednesday in May
Specialization for all Confirmation Coordinators offered once a week in 5-week series.
National Certificate in Youth Ministry Studies
May 6-7, 2006
Two-year certificate process for those working with youth.
Catholic Youth and Family Day at Magic Mountain
June 25, 2006
A Sunday of fun for the entire family at this great theme park.
Camp Big Deal
June 26-30, 2006
A leadership camp for junior-high youth in the Santa Barbara Region.
Archdiocesan Beach Day for High School Youth
July 9, 2006
A day of fun in the sun for youth of the Archdiocese.
Christian Leadership Institute
July 23-28; Aug 6-11, 2006
Leadership training for high school youth involved in ministry.
Confirmation Catechist Specialization
Aug 19/29 & 26/27, 2006
Two-day specialization for catechists, small group & peer leaders, Confirmation coord.
Coordinator’s Orientation
September 16, 2006
A Saturday training for those planning Confirmation Liturgies.
National Catholic Conference on Youth Ministry-Las Vegas
Nov 29-Dec 3, 2006
A gathering for 2,000 adults who work with youth for training and renewal.
SAW (Signed, Anointed, Witness) Retreat
Week-long peer ministry training/retreat for high schoolers who have been Confirmed.
Los Angeles SAW
Nancy Longo
Santa Barbara SAW
Dennis Santos
Youth Ministry/Confirmation/Junior High Ministry
Program development, support, training & formation for coordinators/teams.
San Fernando/Our Lady of the Angels Regions
Mike Norman
San Gabriel/San Pedro Regions
John Rinaldo
Santa Barbara Region
Dennis Santos
Youth Catechetical Gathering
Annual gathering of youth for retreat and enrichment.
Mike Norman
(213) 637-7674
John Rinaldo
(213) 637-7616
John Rinaldo
(213) 637-7616
Dennis Santos
(805) 682-5500
John Rinaldo
(213) 637-7616
Mike Norman
(213) 637-7674
Mike Norman
(213) 637-7674
Mike Norman
(213) 637-7674
Mike Norman
(213) 637-7674
(562) 822-8779
(805) 682-5500
(213) 637-7674
(213) 637-7616
(805) 682-5500
Sheryl Lange
(213) 637-7354
REGIONAL CONGRESSES
San Fernando Regional Congress
San Pedro Regional Congress
San Gabriel Regional Congress
Santa Barbara Regional Congress
O.L.A. Regional Congress
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September 30, 2006
October 7, 2006
October 14, 2006
October 21, 2006
November 4, 2006
Lynn Lang
Paulette Smith
Eileen Gateley
Sue Spies
David Lara
(818) 365-5123
(562) 630-6272
(626) 962-7707
(805) 569-1135
(310) 216-9587
2006 Religious Education Congress
COMMITTEES
CONGRESS COMMITTEE
Sr. Edith Prendergast
Vikki Shepp
Jan Pedroza
Mike Norman
Jim Anderson
Erin Avila
Jonathan Avila
Greg Boyer
Jo Galang
Danny Garcia
Ron Garcia
Albert Guerra
Jonathan Guerra
Janice Gutmann
Tom Gutmann
Frank King
Nancy King
Dave Lavendier
Tina Lavendier
Jane Martineau
Layne Martineau
Ramona Meza
Keith Morlock
John Tellez
Robert Williams
Douglas Zuniga
Patrick Callahan
Diana Cierpich
Brian Custer
Michael Fike
Gail Gresser
Yvonne Huitron
Mary Janus
Valerie MacRae
John West
Fran Curry
Bernadette Haderlein
Lillette Mayor
Olinda Navas
Patricia O’Brien
Martha Ramirez
Marco Ramirez
Maribel Reyes
Lucia Richer
Ted Richer
LITURGY COMMITTEE
John Flaherty
Sr. Edith Prendergast
Vikki Shepp
Mike Norman
Sheryl Lange
REGISTRATION COMMITTEE
Jan Pedroza
Veronica Reyes
Chris Krause
Diana Salinas
Eileen Bonaduce
Jorenz Campo
OUR SPECIAL THANKS AND APPRECIATION TO . . .
LITURGICAL PRESS
(Booths 129, 131, 133)
for sponsoring the
Saint John’s Bible Art Exhibit
in the Arena Lobby.
WILLIAM H. SADLIER
(Booths 600, 602, 604)
for providing the attendee name
badge holders for Congress 2006.
www.RECongress.org
O.R.E.
CRIBARI VINEYARDS
for providing the altar wine
for all Congress liturgies.
THE MANY DEDICATED PEOPLE
including the “Blue Angels” and “Yellow Jackets,” Owen
Danaher for coordination and distribution of Program Books,
Traci Clarke, and the hundreds of others who contribute literally
hundreds of volunteer hours before and during Congress to make
this event a success!
THE FOLLOWING FOR THEIR WORK
Patrick Callahan for flower arrangements; Valerie MacRae for
the Arena environment and for “Sacred Space” environment and
planning, as well as the many artists who contributed to our
“Sacred Space” in Hall E; the student sacristans and acolytes of
Loyola Marymount University; the students of Mount St. Mary’s
College; and the Newman Club of California Polytechnic State
University, San Luis Obispo.
OUR LITURGY & PRAYER SERVICE COORDINATORS:
Katya Acuna, David Anderson, Eileen Bonaduce, Bill Duckett,
Jessica Gallucci, Joann Garza, Ana Grande, Rosie Hernandez,
Yvonne Huitron, Anthony Ikebudu, Frances Jonte, Sheryl Lange,
David Lara, Nancy Longo, Tefi Ma’aku, Mark Misch,
Soana Moimoi, Fr. Saimone Mola, Fe Musgrave, Dawn Ponnet,
Sr. Carol Quinlivan, John Rinaldo, Dennis Santos,
Renette Scott, Paulette Smith, Sue Spies, Dung Tran,
Sr. Margaret Traxler and Michelle Youssef.
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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
We especially thank these companies through whose generosity we have been able to present the
following outstanding speakers and performers. To find books or music from any of these speakers
and performimg artists, please refer to the booth listings to find where to obtain their materials.
ACTA PUBLICATIONS
(Booths 113, 212)
Amy Florian
AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY
(Booths 736, 738)
Ricardo Grzona
AVE MARIA PRESS
(Booths 275, 277, 374, 376)
Kathleen Chesto
Pat Livingston
Patt Saso
Steve Saso
Daniel Smith-Christopher
Anne Bryan Smollin
BENZIGER
(Booths 336, 338, 340, 342)
Thomas McDade
CATHOLIC RELIEF SERVICES
(Booths 501, 503)
Matt Hanley
GIA
(Booths 401, 403, 405,
500, 502, 504)
Tony Alonso
David Anderson
Brianna
Jeanne Cotter
Kate Cuddy
Gary Daigle
David Haas
Marty Haugen
ValLimar Jansen
Liam Lawton
Kenneth Louis
Robert Piercy
Lori True
HARCOURT PUBLISHING
(Booths 301, 303, 305,
400, 402, 404)
John Burland
Tom East
David Haas
John Roberto
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LIGUORI PUBLICATIONS
(Booths 414, 416, 418, 420)
Kathleen Chesto
Richard Gaillardetz
LITURGICAL PRESS
(Booths 129, 131, 133)
Donal Cozzens
Carol Marrin
Tim Ternes
ORBIS BOOKS
(Booths 341, 343)
Arturo Bañuelas
Michael Crosby
John Cusick
Michael Downey
Diana Hayes
Timothy Matovina
Peter Phan
Daniel Smith-Christopher
OREGON CATHOLIC PRESS
(Booths 201, 203, 205,
300, 302, 304)
Donna Anderle
Steve Angrisano
Josh Blakesley
Ceili Rain
Jaime Cortez
Nellie Cruz
Bob Fabing
Mark Friedman
Frank Jansen
ValLimar Jansen
Tom Kendzia
Matt Maher
Michael Prendergast
Mary Jo Quinn
Pedro Rubalcava
The St. Louis Jesuits:
– Bob Dufford, SJ
– John Foley, SJ
– Roc O’Connor, SJ
– Dan Schutte
Christopher Walker
Janèt Sullivan Whitaker
PAULIST PRESS
(Booths 209, 211, 213,
215, 217, 219)
Wilkie Au
Larry Boadt, CSP
Maureen Sullivan
RCL
(Booths 326, 328, 330, 332)
Nancy Bird
Steve Ellair
Kate Ristow
SILVER BURDETT GINN
RELIGION
(Booths 541, 543, 545, 547)
Michael Horan
Tom Zanzig
CROSSROAD PUBLISHING CO.
(Booths 523, 525, 622, 624)
Michael Crosby
Paula D’Arcy
Richard Gaillardetz
Ronald Rolheiser
VERITAS
(Booths 351, 353, 355)
Maura Hyland
Frances O’Connell
Brendan O’Reilly
WILLIAM H. SADLIER
(Booths 600, 602, 604, 606)
Ken Doran
Victor Valenzuela
WORLD LIBRARY
PUBLICATIONS
(Booths 137-141, 236-240)
John Angotti
Richard Cheri
Richard Fragomeni
Jerry Galipeau
Meredith Dean Joseph
Peter Kolar
Miriam Malone
Danielle Rose
David Yackley
2006 Religious Education Congress
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
ENDOWMENT FUND
The Religious Education Endowment Fund was established by the Office of Religious Education to support the on-going training and formation of religious education leaders, particularly by making scholarships available for catechetical leaders to pursue graduate studies. It is our hope that every Director of
Religious Education and Director of Youth Ministry will be given the opportunity to receive a master’s
degree in Religious Education/Religious Studies.
The Fund is currently enabling 18 students to pursue a master’s degree in Religious Education. Your gift
offering at the 2005 Congress Saturday night liturgies brought in $36,000. Additional contributions came
through mail-in registrations and from the online registration option. As of February 27, 482 people
responded with contributions totaling $7,435. We sincerely appreciate these contributions.
$250 CONTRIBUTION
George O’Brien
$125 CONTRIBUTION
Our Lady of the Rosary
School
$100 CONTRIBUTION
St. John Fisher Religious
Education Parent Assoc.
Joseph Cruz
Robert Cruz
John Dao
Nancy Grasmehr
Thomas Grasmehr
Carrie Kish
Steve Kish
Michael Lemos
Hugh Menton
Susan Murphy
Charles Niblick
Andrew Stuffler
Jack & Rosey Trummer
$55 CONTRIBUTION
Kathleen Ory
$40 CONTRIBUTION
Richard Sora Tax Service
Bernie Aragon
Henry Becerra
Richard Soria
$35 CONTRIBUTION
Our Lady of Guadalupe
School
www.RECongress.org
Barbara Wilson
Sylvia Wise
Laura Woodworth-Gibson
Kathryn Yates
$25 CONTRIBUTION
Ramon Alatorre
Tien Bach
Brian Bernardis
Carol Bernardis
Alice Camille
Helen Corcoran
Marguerite Culhane
Bernie Dang
Katie Dewey
Nancy Dewey
Emily Douglass
Kathleen Drennon
Patricia Egan-Myers
Kathy Hanley
Carol Jaramillo
Ernest Jaramillo
Greg Johnson
Sally Killgore
Gerald Kinneavy
Susan Kinsling
Cindy Kozal
Harry N Lalor
Janet Maulhardt
Leslie Maulhardt
Stephen Maulhardt
Larry McGloin
James McNamara
Patricia Mills
Carole Minkin
Susan Morgan
Ann Morrow
Jessica Nguyen
Salim Odero
Vicky Otto
Cynthia Pataray
Marivic Quiba
Anne Marie Reyes
John Ryan
Eric Saca
Ruth Santibanez
George Schmaltz
Victoria Tymczyszyn
Sally A. Uribe
Martha Villafana
Paul Watkins
Max Weismair
Peggy Weismair
Maureen Wicken
Roland Wilhelmy
$20 CONTRIBUTION
Mother of Sorrows
Catherine Fonseca
Michel Gloanec
Linda Graham
Thomas Haas
Thomas Hass
Kim Hoa Nguyen
Margaret Rivera
Tung Tran
$15 CONTRIBUTION
Denis Lynch
Marian Macho
Daniel Padilla
$10 CONTRIBUTION
Bishop Mora Salesian
High School
Saint Norbert Church
Nivita Aldrete-Brito
Pat Allen
Maria Alquaddoomi
Ellen Bailey
Cathleen Bastian
Jean Bennett
Nivia Brito
Laurie Bullara
Ginny Burnight
Daniel Burns
Gerard Cadiz
Guia Maria Cadiz
Marisela Camberos
Randy Campos
Lorraine Cardin
Dennis Carlson
Criselda Casanova
Benjamin Chalen
Corinne Chan
Mary Anne Christensen
Denise Clark
Sister Maria L. Cleto
Donna Coduti
Toni Colombo
Steven Cottam
Janine Curley
David Devereaux
Barnaby Dowling
Janise Dunphy
Charles Durante
Patricia Fester
Clara Finneran
Anne Flaherty
Patricia Fonseca
Salvador Fonseca
Joyce Francois
Nancy Franks
Guenther Franzen
V. Robert Garcia
Joan Gerard
Lisa Gomes
Jack Gonsalves
Sr. Joan Griffin
Kathy Gross
Kathryne Guerin
Rey Guiao
Joanne Hall
Tom Halliwell
Bob Harper
J. Barry Harper
Joan Harper
Christine Harrington
Harold Harroun
Julie Heath Elliott
Joseph Hebert
Lupe Hernandez
Mary Hopp
Teresa Jimenez
Anna Jordan
Kathleen Keller
Melanie Kelly
Beth Kin
Donna Kriesel
Christine Ledesma
Kathleen Lenihan
Rafaela Leon
Ramon Leon
Marie Luttrell
Patricia Manzo
Sandra Marasco
Louise Martin
Joan Maucere
Joanne McBride
Dave McKeown
Deborah McLean
Linda McMahon
Randy McMahon
Roisin McMullan
David Melton
R M Mendoza
Christy Middleton
Anne Marie Miller
Mike Molina
Dennis Odonnell
Peggy Odonnell
Norman Ollivier
Patti Ollivier
Gerard Oshaughnessy
Bernardine Perales
Maria Theresa Perez
Jacqueline Phanco
James & Bonnie Pollak
Joey Pontanilla
Ed Ramirez
Shirley Ramirez
Jean Reynoso
Tim Roberto Jr.
Natalie Roberts
Socorro Robles
Yolanda Romero
Kathy Salas
Rachel Sanabria
Wendy Scherbart
Nicolle Shanman
Adrian Sherrill
Lynn Spooner
Ward Spooner
Jim Sutro
Kristin Sutro
Marge Tavarez
Sally Taylor
Tom Taylor
Hansel Tomaneng
Janice Tomlonovic
David Tompsett
Rev. Leonard Van
Vlaenderen
Alayne Vogel
Deborah Weidner
Marcy Wieland
Loreen Wilhelmy
Amy Wood
Patricia Young
Linda Zercoe
Marla Ziemba
$5 CONTRIBUTION
Joseph Abueg
Rachel Acheson
Richard & Roberta Ackley
Suzanne Agrios
Lourdes Aguiar
Christine Alfonso
Jennifer Allison
Yolanda Anderson
Gail Andrade
Patricia Andre
Valerie Anthony-Myers
Jeanette Apaez
Magdalene Arszman
Anthony Arteaga
Laurence Ashbacher
(Cont. on page 67)
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O.R.E.
$50 CONTRIBUTION
St. John Fisher
Myla C. Azer
John Steven Coke
Peggy Cox
Rev. John Ebbesmier
Stan Fitzgerald
Denise Ginty
Janice Glaser
Cassandra Goehner
Adela Guillen Coke
Mary Just
Susan Klarner
Catherine Kosta
Joan McLaughlin
Marilyn Monagle
Leonor Palangio
Charles Reyburn
Robert Trout
Patrick J. Waide
Toni Wright
$30 CONTRIBUTION
St. Helen
Charise Hansen
Harrell Reynolds
CONVENTION AREA MAP
California Cuisine
Cuban/Caribbean
Dinner Show
Family
French California
Italian
Japanese
Mexican
American
Asian
Cajan
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Rainforest Cafe, Red Robin, Tony Roma’s
Panda Kitchen, Grand China, Great China
Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen
Northern Italian
Seafood
Sports Theme
Steakhouse
Dining and shopping listing
Tangerine Grill & Patio
Cuban Pete’s Carribean Grill
Medieval Times
Baker’s Square, Captain Kidd’s, Coco’s,
Denny’s, Disney’s PCH Grill, Goofy’s Kitchen,
IHOP, Jolly Roger Café, Millie’s, Mimi’s Cafe,
Tiffy’s Family Restaurant
Hasting’s Grill
Bigs Pizza, Buca di Beppo, Carolina’s, Il Capo
Ristorante, Little Mari’s Pizza, Naples
Ristorante & Pizziera, Vito’s Pizza
The Sushi Bar, Yamabuki
La Casa Garcia, Los Sanchez, Mi Casita Grill,
Tortilla Jo’s
Anaheim White House
Joe’s Crab Shack, Mr. Stox
ESPN Zone
JW’s Steakhouse, Outback Steakhouse
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887 S Anaheim Blvd
Baker’s Square
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Baskin-Robins
12833 Chapman Ave
Bellagio
12361 Chapman Ave
Bigs Pizza
1027 S Harbor Blvd
Bobaloca
1770 S Harbor Blvd # 138
Buca di Beppo
11757 Harbor Blvd
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California Pizza
1770 S Harbor Blvd # 140
Captain Kidd’s
1550 S Harbor Blvd
Carl’s Jr
2119 S Harbor Blvd
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12045 Chapman Ave
Catal Restaurant
Downtown Disney
Clubhouse Grill & Tavern
Clarion Hotel
Coco’s Bakery & Restaurant 12032 Harbor Blvd
Coco’s Bakery & Restaurant 1100 W Katella Ave
Cuban Pete’s Carribean Grill 1050 W Ball Rd
Del Taco
2330 S Harbor Blvd
Denny’s
1610 S Harbor Blvd
Denny’s
1168 W Katella Ave
Disneys PCH Grill
Paradise Pier
ESPN Zone
Downtown Disney
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Disneyland Hotel
Grand China
575 W Chapman Ave
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9904 Katella Ave
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Clarion Hotel
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Hilton Hotel
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Disneyland Hotel
House of Blues
Downtown Disney
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1840 S Harbor Blvd
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1560 S Harbor Blvd
Il Capo Ristorante
2191 S Harbor Blvd
Jack In The Box
2210 S Harbor Blvd
Joe’s Crab Shack
12011 S Harbor Blvd
Jolly Roger Café
640 W Katella Ave
JW’s Steakhouse
Marriott Hotel
La Brea Bakery
Downtown Disney
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531 W Chapman Ave
Little Mari’s Pizza
1440 S Anaheim Blvd
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12151 Harbor Blvd
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1194 W Katella Ave
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1500 S Harbor Blvd
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7662 Beach Blvd
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1700 S Harbor Blvd
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1480 S Harbor Blvd
Mimi’s Cafe
1400 S Harbor Blvd
Mr. Stox
1105 E Katella Ave
Napa Rose Restaurant
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Downtown Disney
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12001 Harbor Blvd
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1770 S Harbor Blvd # 120
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12007 S Harbor Blvd
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630 W Orangewood Ave
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2085 S Harbor Blvd
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Agio
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Grappa
Daily: 11:30 am - 12:00 mid
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Diocesan Organizations (cont.)
Diocese of Orange ........................... 322, 324
Diocese of San Bernardino .............. 612, 614
Ministry w/ Lesbian & Gay Catholics 660
Office of Restorative Justice ............ 458
The Tidings - Vida Nueva ................ 468
Vocations Office ............................... 455, 457
Educational Institutions
Boston College Pastoral Ministry ..... 551
Dominican School of Phil. & Theo. ... 320
Franciscan School of Theology ........ 744
Gonzaga University ......................... 583
Institute for Religious & Pastoral ...... 665
Jesuit School of Theology, Berkeley 320
Loyola Marymount University .......... 657, 659
Mount St. Mary’s College ................. 712, 714
Oblate School of Theology ............... 726
Saint John’s School of Theology ...... 386
Saint Joseph High School ................ 676
Santa Clara Univ., Graduate Prog. ... 210
University of Notre Dame ................ 456
Educational Programs
Inst. for Ministry, New Orleans ......... 119
Educational Resources
Catholic Education: A Journal .......... 684
The Christophers ............................. 647, 649
Thomas Merton Foundation ............. 562
Faith & Justice
Catholic Relief Services ................... 501, 503
Latin American Committee ............... 460
Megan McKenna - Wayfarers’ Tale .. 208
Office of Justice and Peace ............. 454
Gift Items The Tomorrow Project ...................... 746
Graphic Services
OPM Design Group ......................... 450
Greeting Cards
Cards by Anne ................................. 233
Greeting Cards & Gifts
The Printery House .......................... 410, 412
Lay Vocations
Christian Life Community (CLC) ...... 661
Liturgical Books & Materials
Libreria Claretiana ............................ 546, 548
Liturgical Vestments
Chagall Design Ltd. ......................... 529, 628, 630
CM Almy .......................................... 241, 243
Juliet Hemingray Church Textiles ..... 242, 244
Maison Bouvrier ............................... 344, 346
Liturgy & Music Resources
GIA Publications, Inc. ....................... 401, 403, 405, 500...
OCP Publications ............................. 201, 203, 205, 300...
spiritandsong.com ............................ 306, 308, 310, 312
World Library Publications ............... 137, 139, 141, 236...
Ministry Resources
CCC Respect Life Ministries ............ 374, 376, 378, 380
Concordia Publishing House ............ 246, 248, 250
Creative Communications for Parish 313, 315, 317
Nat’l Assoc. Family Life Ministers .... 111
Resource Publications ..................... 406, 408
Saint Mary’s Press ........................... 713, 808, 809, 810,...
Salesian Youth & Young Adult Min. .. 802, 803
Terry Hershey & Associates ............. 509, 511, 513
Mission
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Columban Mission Awareness ......... 449
Food for the Poor, Inc. ..................... 321
Lay Mission-Helpers Association ..... 584
Missionary Claretian Missionaries ...................... 546, 548
Comboni Missionaries ..................... 580, 582
Holy Spirit Missionary Sisters .......... 581
Maryknoll Fathers ............................ 345, 347
Multicultural Resources
Asian Pacific Resources .................. 318
GrandMaster’s Gift Center ............... 653
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Art Works Concern America ............................. 227, 229
Designs of Providence ..................... 348, 350
John August Swanson, Artist ........... 603, 605
Notre Dame Creations ..................... 121, 123, 220, 222
St. Andrew’s Abbey .......................... 163, 165
Audio Visual Family Theater Productions ............. 223, 225
JD Audio Visual ................................ 689, 691
Oblate Media & Comm. Corp. .......... 625
Bells
St. Raphael Collection ..................... 251
Bereavement Ministry
Catholic Mortuaries .......................... 407, 409
Bibles
American Bible Society .................... 736, 738
Editorial Verbo Divino ....................... 286
Fireside Catholic Publishing ............. 608, 610
Oxford University Press ................... 323, 325
Books
Abingdon Press ............................... 349
ACTA Publications ........................... 113, 212
Ave Maria Press .............................. 375, 377, 379, 474...
Catholic Book Publishing Co. ........... 275, 277
Crossroad Publishing Company ...... 523, 525, 622, 624
New City Press ................................ 352
Paulist Press Book Center ............... 209, 211, 213, 215...
Sheed & Ward .................................. 689, 691
St. Anthony Messenger Press .......... 354, 356, 358, 360
The Word Among Us ....................... 381, 383
Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. .... 258, 260
Books & Videos
Ignatius Press .................................. 263, 265, 267
Many Rivers Company .................... 287
Paraclete Press ............................... 682
Sunny-Side Up Entertainment .......... 255
The Matthew Kelly Foundation ........ 722, 724
Twenty-Third Publications ................ 307, 309, 311
USCCB Publishing ........................... 536, 538
Catholic Living
Catholic Digest Magazine Division ... 319
Celtic & Irish Art
O’Keeffe Religious Articles ............... 159, 161
Children’s Resources
Mary Rice Hopkins & Co. ................ 505
one 2believe .................................... 681
Christian Service Organizations
Christian Fnd. for Children & Aging .. 585
Ignatian Volunteer Corps ................. 661
St. Vincent de Paul Family ............... 415, 417, 419
Christian Videos
Nest Family Entertainment .............. 237
Church Furnishings
Tekton Woodworks .......................... 675
Church Supplies
San Diego Church Supply ................ 702, 704, 706
Computer Software
ChurchWerks, Inc. ........................... 708
J.S. Paluch Company, Inc. ............... 143, 145
Ministry Database ............................ 586
Parish Data System (PDS) .............. 516, 518
ParishSOFT ..................................... 446
Congress Logowear
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Craft Supplies & Gifts
Help the Poor — Vietnam ................ 667, 669
Living Water Wood Works, Inc ......... 616
Relics ............................................... 245, 247
Sunrise Printery ............................... 587
Curriculum A Reason For/Concerned Group ..... 683, 685, 687
Celebrating the Lectionary ............... 406, 408
Living the Good News ...................... 544
Developing-World Artwork
Heartbeats ....................................... 564, 566, 568
Diocesan Organizations
Cursillos in Christianity, Los Angeles 740, 742
Department of Catholic Schools ...... 453
Development Department ................ 466
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Music
Catholic Association of Music .......... 537, 636, 638, 640...
Dennis Doyle/Incarnation Music ...... 252
Heart Beat Records ......................... 679
Katrina Rae/Mizpah Ministries ......... 153
Music & Online Resources
UWS In Christ .................................. 686
Religious Apparel
J.R. Evans & Company, Inc. ............ 281, 283, 285
LA Cruz T-Shirts ............................... 677
PAX Clothing .................................... 720
Religious Art Ancient Arts Stained Glass .............. 261
Carmel of Reno ............................... 639, 641
Creator Mundi, Inc. .......................... 557, 656
Faith Expressions, LLC .................... 462, 464
HolyLand Rocks .............................. 517
Joshua’s Stone - Art for the Heart .... 280, 282, 284
Madonna Arts ................................... 365, 367, 369
Mysterium: Art & Design Studio ....... 533, 632
Sara K. Rubin Pottery ...................... 157, 256
SHCJ Art/France White ................... 666, 668
Sisters of St. Joseph of LaGrange ... 643, 645
St. Andrew’s Abbey Ceramics .......... 167, 169, 266, 268
Tori ... Inspirations in Clay ................ 620
Val MacRae, Sacred-Spiral .............. 540, 542
Religious Articles
3 Arches/HolyLandShopping.com .... 648, 650, 652
Contreras Religious Art .................... 365, 367, 369
Cotter Church Supplies, Inc. ............ 627, 629, 631, 728...
Ecumenicus/Rogationist Fathers ..... 459, 461, 463, 465
Gifts from the Holy Land .................. 718
Sandalstrap ...................................... 561, 563, 565, 567
Soft Saints, Inc. ............................... 637
Tree of Life Imports .......................... 613, 615
Religious Books
Buena Prensa .................................. 230
Cistercian Publications ..................... 228
Gethesemani Libreria Catolica, LLC 385, 387, 389, 484...
Liturgical Press ................................ 129, 131, 133
Orbis Books ..................................... 341, 343
Our Sunday Visitor ........................... 550, 552, 554, 556...
Pauline Books and Media ................ 475, 477, 479, 574...
St. John’s Bible ................................ 232
Wipf & Stock Publishers .................. 444
Religious Carvings
Bethlehem Artworks ......................... 314
Religious Education
St. Camillus Center .......................... 664
Benziger/Macmillan/McGraw-Hill ..... 336, 338, 340, 342
Catechist Magazine ......................... 426
Claretian Tape Ministry .................... 489, 588
Good Ground Press ......................... 327
Group Publishing ............................. 485, 487
Harcourt Religion Publishers ............ 301, 303, 305, 400...
Liguori Publications .......................... 414, 416, 418, 420
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Loyola Press .................................... 362, 364, 366, 368
Nat’l Catholic Educational Assoc. .... 644, 646
Pflaum Publishing Group ................. 422, 424
RCL ................................................. 326, 328, 330, 332
S&P Book Distributors ..................... 619, 621, 623
Sacred Heart Kids’ Club ................... 257
Silver Burdett Ginn Religion ............. 541, 543, 545, 547
Veritas Co., Ltd. ............................... 351, 353, 355
William H. Sadlier, Inc. ..................... 600, 602, 604, 606
Religious Jewelry
Classy Creations, Inc. ...................... 117, 216
Faith-Sharing, Inc. ........................... 658
Gold ‘N Things ................................. 388
Religious Life
Carmelites (O.Carm.) ....................... 253
Center for Spiritual Development ..... 512, 514
Daughters of St. Vincent de Paul ..... 415, 417, 419
Immaculate Heart Community ......... 149, 151
Jesuit Vocations, California Province 663
Marianist Vocation Ministry .............. 480, 482
Nat’l Religious Vocation Conference 262, 264
Sisters of Notre Dame ..................... 218
Sisters of Providence ....................... 348, 350
Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange ....... 508, 510
Sisters of the Holy Names ............... 411, 413
Religious Publications
Commonweal Magazine .................. 688
Liturgy Training Publications ............ 421, 423, 425, 520...
Retreats
St. Anne in the Mountains ................ 506
Rosary Prayer Resources
Holy Cross Family Ministries ........... 223, 225
Sabbatical Program
SAT Sabbatical - GTU, Berkeley ...... 109
Sacramental Wines
San Antonio Winery ......................... 469
Scouting
Girl Scouts, Camp Fire & Boy Scouts651
Spanish Bibles/Books
Ministerio Biblico Verbo Divino ......... 189, 288
Spanish Religious Resources
Ediciones Dabar .............................. 481, 483
El Sembrador Ministries ................... 226
Libreria Guadalupana Rio de Luz ..... 103, 105, 107, 202...
Libreria San Pablo ........................... 175, 177, 179, 274...
Teen Resources
Cornerstone Media Inc. ................... 316
The Dibble Fund .............................. 680
Transportation
Catholic Travel Centre ..................... 467
Transportation Charter Services ...... 147
Vocation Awareness
U.S. Air Force Chaplain Service ...... 678
Youth Resources
LIFE TEEN, Inc. ............................... 804, 805, 806, 807
PamStenzel.com ............................. 703
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www.AncientArtsStainedGlass.com
(617) 552-8440
(800) 858-5450
(916) 443-4851
(888) 766-7761
(775) 322-5006
(602) 999-3142
(800) 543-4383
(914) 656-5497
(973) 890-2400
(800) 321-0411
(574) 631-9996
(888) 416-6440
(800) 736-3467
(800) 554-5233
(315) 487-4122
www.bc.edu/schools/gsas/irepm
www.litpress.org
www.cacatholic.org
www.cardsbyanne.com
www.carmelofreno.com
www.carmelites.net
www.catechist.com
www.CAMmusic.com
www.catholicbookpublishing.com
www.catholicdigest.com
ace.nd.edu/CatholicEducation
www.catholicmortuaries.com
www.crs.org
GoCatholicTravel.com
www.ceilirain.com
(888) 273-7782
(714) 744-3175
(800) 947-7923
(800) 875-6564
661
(866) 281-7709
(800) 858-5450
(323) 733-7712
(312) 236-7782
(323) 734-1234
(770) 394-9598
(800) 225-2569
(877) 299-1920
(626) 339-1914
(212) 662-4200
(714) 953-8575
(800) 325-3040
(877) 767-2791
(707) 542-8273
(213) 385-3366
(800) 325-9414
(303) 795-8148
(212) 868-1801
(562) 920-7796
(650) 949-8890
(818) 240-1000
(213) 637-7338
www.celebratingthelectionary.com
www.thecsd.com
chagalldesign.com
cfcausa.org
(310) 258-4664 clcusawest.org
churchwerks.com
www.litpress.org
claretianpubs.org
claretiantapeministry.org
www.classy-creations.com
www.almy.com
columban.org
comboni.com
www.commonwealmagazine.org
www.concernamerica.org
www.cph.org
scontreras.com
cornerstonemedia.org
cotters.com
creativecommunications.com
www.creatormundi.com
www.cpcbooks.com
cursillo-losangeles.org
www.daughtersofcharity.com
english.glendale.edu/doyle.a.html
archdiocese.la/learning/schools
(812) 535-3131
(213) 637-7617
(714) 282-3057
(909) 475-5300
(415) 939-5873
(888) 450-DSPT
(866) 246-2192
55-5603-3630
011-34-948-556511
(818) 260-0222
(951) 533-9892
(800) 559-0514
(800) 299-7729
(800) 676-3264
(760) 246-8995
(877) 654-2960
(800) 793-1FST
www.SistersofProvidence.org
[email protected]
www.rcbo.org
www.sbdiocese.org
www.op.org
www.dspt.edu
www.religiousmerchandise.com
www.dabar.com.mx
www.verbodivino.es
elsembrador.org
www.faith-expressions.com
www.faith-sharing.com
www.hcfm.org
firesidecatholic.com
flannerycompany.com
www.foodforthepoor.org
www.fst.edu
www.avemariapress.com
www.mhbenziger.com
www.hlhc.org
www.usccb.org
Exhibitors
COMPANY
LOCATION
3 Arches USA / HolyLandShopping.com ............. 648, 650, 652
A Reason For/The Concerned Group .................. 683, 685, 687
Abingdon Press ..................................................... 349
Acadian Candle Company .................................... 445, 447
ACTA Publications ................................................ 113, 212
African American Catholic Ctr Evangelization ..... 451
Al’s Art ................................................................... 382, 384
American Bible Society - Spanish ........................ 181
American Bible Society ......................................... 736, 738
Ancient Arts Stained Glass ................................... 261
Asian Pacific Resources ....................................... 318
Ave Maria Press .................................................... 375, 377, 379, 474, 476, 478
Benziger/Macmillan/McGraw-Hill ......................... 336, 338, 340, 342
Bethlehem Artworks .............................................. 314
Bishops’ Secretariat for Home Missions .............. 515
Boston College Institute of Religious Education
and Pastoral Ministry ....................................... 551
Buena Prensa ........................................................ 230
California Catholic Conf. for Respect Life Min. ... 374, 376, 378, 380
Cards by Anne ....................................................... 233
Carmel of Reno ..................................................... 639, 641
Carmelites (O.Carm.) ........................................... 253
Catechist Magazine .............................................. 426
Catholic Association of Music .............................. 537, 636, 638, 640, 642
Catholic Book Publishing Co. ............................... 275, 277
Catholic Digest Consumer Magazine Div. ........... 319
Catholic Education: Journal of Inquiry,Practice ... 684
Catholic Mortuaries ............................................... 407, 409
Catholic Relief Services ....................................... 501, 503
Catholic Travel Centre: Worldwide Tours ............ 467
Ceili Rain ............................................................... 748
Celebrating the Lectionary –
Whole Community Faith Formation ................. 406, 408
Center for Spiritual Development ......................... 512, 514
Chagall Design Ltd. .............................................. 529, 628, 630
Christian Foundation for Children and Aging ....... 585
Christian Life Community (CLC) — USA, Western Region
ChurchWerks, Inc. ................................................ 708
Cistercian Publications ......................................... 228
Claretian Missionaries .......................................... 546, 548
Claretian Publications ........................................... 674, 676, 678
Claretian Tape Ministry ......................................... 489, 588
Classy Creations, Inc. .......................................... 117, 216
CM Almy ................................................................ 241, 243
Columban Mission Awareness Resources .......... 449
Comboni Missionaries .......................................... 580, 582
Commonweal Magazine ....................................... 688
Concern America .................................................. 227, 229
Concordia Publishing House ................................ 246, 248, 250
Contreras Religious Art ........................................ 365, 367, 369
Cornerstone Media Inc. ........................................ 316
Cotter Church Supplies, Inc. ................................ 627, 629, 631, 728, 730
Creative Communications for the Parish ............. 313, 315, 317
Creator Mundi, Inc. ............................................... 557, 656
Crossroad Publishing Company ........................... 523, 525, 622, 624
Cursillos in Christianity, Los Angeles ................... 740, 742
Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul ....... 415, 417, 419
Dennis Doyle / Incarnation Music ........................ 252
Department of Catholic Schools .......................... 453
Designs of Providence –
.
Sisters of Providence Arts Ministry ................. 348, 350
Development Depart./Los Angeles Arch. ............. 466
Diocese of Orange ................................................ 322, 324
Diocese of San Bernardino .................................. 612, 614
Dominican Family ................................................. 553
Dominican School of Philosophy & Theology ...... 320
Ecumenicus / Rogationist Fathers ....................... 459, 461, 463, 465
Ediciones Dabar .................................................... 481, 483
Editorial Verbo Divino ........................................... 286
El Sembrador Ministries ....................................... 226
Faith Expressions, LLC ........................................ 462, 464
Faith-Sharing, Inc. ................................................ 658
Family Theater Productions ................................. 223, 225
Fireside Catholic Publishing ................................. 608, 610
Flannery Company ............................................... 452
Food for the Poor, Inc. .......................................... 321
Franciscan School of Theology ............................ 744
EXHIBITORS
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(323) 262-7904
(708) 496-3800
(888) 336-3275
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(800) 232-5533
(213) 453-2595
(845) 424-3671
(800) 447-1070
(407) 345-3821
(319) 835-9144
(800) 808-1991
(714) 537-3701
(800) 299-7729
(847) 881-8544
(818) 999-2963
(323) 526-1254
(888) 831-4686
(800) 651-1531
(800) 777-5469
(888) 447-IRPS
(888) 999-2497
(800) 621-5197
(800) 532-8346
(800) 824-0122
(408) 884-1610
(323) 665-3677
(818) 249-7693
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(602) 248-8853
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(323) 733-7712
(323) 888-0958
(323) 265-2563
(480) 820-7001
(636) 223-1470
(501) 664-6102
(323) 265-9544
(800) 858-5450
(800) 933-1800
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(714) 549-3756
(310) 338-2799
(800) 256-0589
(619) 297-4931
(800) 665-9895
(360) 221-1324
(877) 820-6494
(877) 628-4532
(213) 747-9676
(914) 941-7636
(951) 359-0090
(419) 460-6416
(562) 439-8067
(213) 477-2640
(702) 257-0901
(626) 564-1988
(937) 229-3324
(202) 337-6232
(714) 633-8121
(800) 988-6378
(800) 462-5980
(805) 374-9617
(800) 233-4629
(210) 341-1366
(800) 548-8749
(213) 637-7690
(213) 637-6161
(626) 443-6490
Web (or Email noted by “@”)
www.gethesemani.com
www.giamusic.com
www.giftsfromtheholyland.com
[email protected]
gonzaga.edu
goodgroundpress.com
www.atonementfriars.org
www.group.com
www.harcourtreligion.com
www.heartbeatrecords.com
www.heartbeatscatalog.org
www.helpthepoorvietnam.org
www.hcfm.org
www.ssps-usa.org
www.holylandrocks.com
www.homeboy-industries.org
www.ilvc.org
ignatius.com
immaculateheartcommunity.org
www.lim.loyno.edu
www.udallas.edu/irps
www.jrevans.com
www.jspaluch.com
www.jdav.com
www.jstb.edu
calprov.org/vocations
www.johnaugustswanson.com
www.jstone333.com
church-textiles.co.uk
www.katrinarae.com
www.lacruztshirts.com
laymissionhelpers.org
[email protected]
www.lifeteen.com
www.liguori.org
www.littlerockscripture.org
www.litpress.org
www.ltp.org
livingthegoodnews.com
extension.lmu.edu/religion
www.loyolapress.com
madonnaarts.com
www.maisonbouvrier.com
www.davidwhyte.com
www.buildingcommunity.org
www.maryricehopkins.com
maryknoll.org
maryknoll.org
meganmckenna.org
www.verbodivino.org
www.ministrydatabase.com
archdiocese.la/ministry/mlgc
www.msmc.la.edu
www.anppm.org
www.nacflm.org
ncea.org
www.nrvc.net
www.nestfamily.com/mediamission
www.newcitypress.com
www.inthebetween.com
www.videoswithvalues.com
www.ost.edu
www.ocp.org
archdiocese.la/ministry/justice/peace
archdiocese.la/ministry/justice/
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Exhibitors
COMPANY
LOCATION
Friends of Mount Carmel ...................................... 662
Gethesemani Libreria Catolica, LLC .................... 385, 387, 389, 484, 486, 488
GIA Publications, Inc. ........................................... 401, 403, 405, 500, 502, 504
Gifts from the Holy Land ...................................... 718
Girl Scouts, Camp Fire & Boy Scouts ................. 651
Gold ‘N Things ...................................................... 388
Gonzaga University .............................................. 583
Good Ground Press .............................................. 327
GrandMaster’s Multicultural Resources/Gifts ...... 653
Graymoor: Franciscan Friars of Atonement ........ 710
Group Publishing ................................................... 485, 487
Harcourt Religion Publishers ................................ 301, 303, 305, 400, 402, 404
Heart Beat Records .............................................. 679
Heartbeats ............................................................. 564, 566, 568
Help the Poor – Vietnam ...................................... 667, 669
Holy Cross Family Ministries/Family Rosary ...... 223, 225
Holy Spirit Missionary Sisters .............................. 581
HolyLand Rocks .................................................... 517
Homeboy Industries .............................................. 448
Ignatian Volunteer Corps ...................................... 661
Ignatius Press ....................................................... 263, 265, 267
Immaculate Heart Community ............................. 149, 151
Institute for Ministry – Loyola U. New Orleans ....... 119
Institute for Religious & Pastoral Studies /
University of Dallas .......................................... 665
J.R. Evans & Company, Inc. ................................ 281, 283, 285
J.S. Paluch Company, Inc. ................................... 143, 145
JD Audio Visual ..................................................... 689, 691
Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley ................ 320
Jesuit Vocations, California Province .................. 663
John August Swanson, Artist ............................... 603, 605
Joshua’s Stone - Art for the Heart ....................... 280, 282, 284
Juliet Hemingray Church Textiles ........................ 242, 244
Katrina Rae / Mizpah Ministries ........................... 153
KWD Uniforms ...................................................... 437, 439
LA Cruz T-Shirts .................................................... 677
Latin American Committee ................................... 460
Lay Mission-Helpers Association ......................... 584
Libreria Claretiana ................................................. 546, 548
Libreria Guadalupana Rio de Luz ........................ 103, 105, 107, 202, 204, 206
Libreria San Pablo ................................................ 175, 177, 179, 274, 276, 278
LIFE TEEN, Inc. .................................................... 804, 805, 806, 807
Liguori Publications ............................................... 414, 416, 418, 420
Little Rock Scripture Study ................................... 127
Liturgical Apostolate Center ................................. 357, 359, 361, 363
Liturgical Press ..................................................... 129, 131, 133
Liturgy Training Publications ................................ 421, 423, 425, 520, 522, 524
Living the Good News .......................................... 544
Living Water Wood Works, Inc ............................. 616
Loyola Marymount University ............................... 657, 659
Loyola Press ......................................................... 362, 364, 366, 368
Madonna Arts ........................................................ 365, 367, 369
Maison Bouvrier .................................................... 344, 346
Many Rivers Company ......................................... 287
Marianist Vocation Ministry .................................. 480, 482
Mary Rice Hopkins & Co. ..................................... 505
Maryknoll Fathers ................................................. 345, 347
Maryknoll Productions .......................................... 337, 339
Megan McKenna - The Wayfarers’ Tale ............... 208
Ministerio Biblico Verbo Divino ............................. 189, 288
Ministry Database ................................................. 586
Ministry with Lesbian & Gay Catholics ................ 660
Mount St. Mary’s College ..................................... 712, 714
Mysterium: A Sacred Art & Design Studio ........... 533, 632
National Association for Hispanic Elderly ............ 607, 609, 611
Nat’l Assoc. of Catholic Family Life Ministers ..... 111
National Catholic Educational Association .......... 644, 646
National Religious Vocation Conference ............. 262, 264
Nest Family Entertainment ................................... 237
New City Press ..................................................... 352
Notre Dame Creations .......................................... 121, 123, 220, 222
Oblate Media & Communication Corp. ................ 625
Oblate School of Theology ................................... 726
OCP Publications .................................................. 201, 203, 205, 300, 302, 304
Office of Justice and Peace ................................. 454
Office of Restorative Justice ................................ 458
O’Keeffe Religious Articles ................................... 159, 161
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COMPANY
LOCATION
one2believe ........................................................... 681
OPM Design Group ............................................... 450
Orbis Books ........................................................... 341, 343
Our Sunday Visitor ................................................ 550, 552, 554, 556, 558, 560
Oxfam America ..................................................... 185
Oxford University Press ........................................ 323, 325
PamStenzel.com ................................................... 703
Paraclete Press ..................................................... 682
Parish Data System (PDS) ................................... 516, 518
ParishSOFT ........................................................... 446
Pauline Books and Media ..................................... 475, 477, 479, 574, 576, 578
Paulist Press Book Center / Paulist Press .......... 209, 211, 213, 215, 217, 219
PAX Clothing ......................................................... 720
Pflaum Publishing Group ...................................... 422, 424
Purpose Driven ..................................................... 183
RCL ........................................................................ 326, 328, 330, 332
Relics ..................................................................... 245, 247
Resource Publications .......................................... 406, 408
S&P Book Distributors .......................................... 619, 621, 623
Sacred Heart Kids’ Club/del Sagrado Corazon ....... 257
Saint John’s School of Theology & Seminary ..... 386
Saint Joseph High School .................................... 575
Saint Mary’s Press ................................................ 713, 808, 809, 810, 811, 812
Salesian Youth and Young Adult Ministries ......... 802, 803
San Antonio Winery .............................................. 469
San Diego Church Supply .................................... 702, 704, 706
Sandalstrap ........................................................... 561, 563, 565, 567
Santa Clara Univ., Graduate Program ................. 210
Sara K. Rubin Pottery ........................................... 157, 256
SAT Sabbatical - GTU, Berkeley .......................... 109
SHCJ Art / France White ...................................... 666, 668
Silver Burdett Ginn Religion ................................. 541, 543, 545, 547
Sister Disciples of the Divine Master ................... 357, 359, 361, 363
Sisters of Notre Dame .......................................... 218
Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-Woods ... 348, 350
Sisters of St. Joseph of LaGrange ....................... 643, 645
Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange ........................... 508, 510
Sisters of the Holy Names ................................... 411, 413
Soft Saints, Inc. .................................................... 637
spiritandsong.com ................................................. 306, 308, 310, 312
St. Andrew’s Abbey Ceramics .............................. 167, 169, 266, 268
St. Andrew’s Abbey ............................................... 163, 165
St. Anne in the Mountains Retreat Center ........... 506
St. Anthony Messenger Press .............................. 354, 356, 358, 360
St. Camillus Center: HIV/AIDS, Pax Christi
Justice & Peace ................................................ 664
St. John’s Bible ..................................................... 232
St. Raphael Collection .......................................... 251
St. Vincent de Paul Family ................................... 415, 417, 419
Sunny-Side Up Entertainment .............................. 255
Sunrise Printery .................................................... 587
Tekton Woodworks ............................................... 675
Terry Hershey & Associates ................................. 509, 511, 513
The Christophers .................................................. 647, 649
The Dibble Fund ................................................... 680
The Matthew Kelly Foundation ............................ 722, 724
The Printery House ............................................... 410, 412
The Tidings - Vida Nueva ..................................... 468
The Tomorrow Project .......................................... 746
The Word Among Us ............................................ 381, 383
Thomas Merton Foundation ................................. 562
Tori ... Inspirations in Clay .................................... 620
Transportation Charter Services, Inc. .................. 147
Tree of Life Imports .............................................. 613, 615
Twenty-Third Publications .................................... 307, 309, 311
U.S. Air Force Chaplain Service .......................... 577
University of Notre Dame ..................................... 456
USCCB Publishing ................................................ 536, 538
UWS In Christ ....................................................... 686
Val MacRae, Sacred-Spiral .................................. 540, 542
ValLimar Jansen - Frank Jansen ......................... 187
Veritas Co., Ltd. .................................................... 351, 353, 355
Vocations Office .................................................... 455, 457
William H. Sadlier, Inc. ......................................... 600, 602, 604, 606
Wipf & Stock Publishers ....................................... 444
Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company ............. 258, 260
World Library Publications .................................... 137, 139, 141, 236, 238, 240
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(818) 567-2055
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(800) 451-5006
(800) 892-5202
(866) 930-4774
(310) 397-8676
(877) 545-8815
(562) 212-5533
(800) 543-4383
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www.orbisbooks.com
www.osv.com
www.oxfamamerica.org
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parishsoft.net
pauline.org
paulistpressbookcenter.com
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purposedriven.com
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thefeltsource.com
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sj-jester.org
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sanantoniowinery.com
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satgtu.org
www.FranceWhiteArt.com
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www.SistersofProvidence.org
www.ministryofthearts.org
www.sistersofstjoseph.org
www.holynames.net
www.softsaints.com
www.spiritandsong.com
[email protected]
www.valyermo.com
www.mountaincatholic.org
americancatholic.org
(323) 225-4461 x221 circlesofhope.org
(800) 858-5450
www.litpress.org
(800) 304-2627
StRaphaelBells.com
www.famvin.org
(469) 467-4953
www.cherubwings.com
(323) 936-6259
www.sunriseprintery.com
(435) 513-5500
www.tektonwoodworks.com
(800) 524-5370
www.terryhershey.com
(888) 298-4050
www.christophers.org
(800) 695-7975
www.BuildingRelationshipSkills.org
(513) 221-7700
www.matthewkelly.org
(660) 944-3027
www.printeryhouse.org
(213) 637-6360
the-tidings.com
(619) 230-1151
www.tomorrowproject.org
(800) 842-0646
www.wau.org
(502) 899-1991
www.mertonfoundation.org
(951) 675-0157
inspirationsbytori.com
(714) 637-4300
www.tcsbus.com
(800) 300-3335
TheTreeofLifeImports.com
(860) 437-3012
23rdpublications.com
(800) 803-2452
www.usafhc.af.mil
(866) 425-STEP
step.nd.edu
(800) 235-8722
www.usccbpublishing.org
(213) 688-6180
www.uwsinchrist.com
(562) 429-7462
sacred-spiral.com
(909) 946-0258
[email protected]
011-353-187-88177
www.veritas.ie
(213) 637-7248
archdiocese.la/ministry/vocations
(800) 221-5175
www.sadlier.com
(541) 344-1528
www.wipfandstock.com
(800) 253-7521
www.eerdmans.com
(800) 566-6150
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