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SCHEDULE 2010 Los Angeles Religious Education Congress

THURSDAY, MARCH 18
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Ticket/Program Book Pick-up – (Convention Prefunction Area)
FRIDAY, MARCH 19
8:00 am On-site Registration & Ticket Pick-up open – (Prefunction Area)
8:30 - 9:30 am Opening Rite & Welcome – (Arena)
10:00 - 11:30 am Period 1 Workshops
10:15 - 12 noon Cardinal Mahony Online Chat – (Tech Center, Hall A)
11:30 am - 1:00 pm LUNCH
11:45 am - 12:30 pm Music: Jacob & Matthew Band – (Arena)
Music: Jesse Manibusan & Santiago Fernandez – (Hall B)
Music: Good Ground – (Outdoor, Arena fountain area)
1:00 - 2:30 pm Period 2 Workshops
3:00 - 4:30 pm Period 3 Workshops
5:15 pm EUCHARISTIC LITURGIES
Evening Prayer – (Convention 210)
8:00 - 10:30 pm Concert: “Friday Night LIVE Rock ‘n’ Praise” – (Arena)
An Evening of Poetry with David Whyte – (Convention 207)
Film Showcase 2010 – (Convention 201)
9:30 pm Lamentation – (Convention Ballroom C)
SATURDAY, MARCH 20
8:00 am On-site registration opens – (Prefunction Area)
Morning Praise – (Arena)
8:30 am Keynote: Mitch Albom – (Arena)
10:00 - 11:30 am Period 4 Workshops
11:30 am - 1:00 pm LUNCH
11:45 am - 12:30 pm Music: Peter Kolar & Holy Cross Marimba & Rafael Moreno – (Arena)
Music: ValLimar & Frank Jansen – (Hall B)
Music: Vietnamese Folk Dance Troupe – (Outdoor, Arena fountain)
1:00 - 2:30 pm Period 5 Workshops
3:00 - 4:30 pm Period 6 Workshops
5:15 pm EUCHARISTIC LITURGIES
Evening Prayer – (Convention 210)
8:00 - 9:30 pm Sacred Illuminations – (Convention 213)
8:00 - 10:00 pm Concert: “Let Us Bless Our God with Mariachi” – (Arena)
9:00 - 12 midnight Young Adult Dance – (Marriott Marquis Ballroom)
9:30 - 11:30 pm Young Adult Social – (Marriott Elite Ballroom)
SUNDAY, MARCH 21
8:00 am On-site registration opens – (Prefunction Area)
8:00 - 9:30 am EUCHARISTIC LITURGY – (Arena)
8:30 am Address (English): Sr. Barbara Fiand – (Convention Ballroom AB)
Address (Spanish): Bishop Gregorio Rosa Chavez – (Hall B)
10:00 - 11:30 am Period 7 Workshops
11:30 am - 1:00 pm LUNCH
11:45 am - 12:30 pm Music: Monica’s Joy with Chris de Silva and Gary Daigle – (Arena)
Music: Dr.Iven – (Hall B)
1:00 - 2:30 pm Period 8 Workshops
3:30 pm CLOSING EUCHARISTIC LITURGY – (Arena)
REGISTRATION BOOTH HOURS: SACRED SPACE IN
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am - 3:00 pm CONVENTION 304 (3rd floor)
Sunday 8:00 am - 12:00 pm Friday 10:00 am - 3:30 pm
Location Hall A Prefunction Area Saturday 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
EXHIBIT HALL HOURS: Sunday 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Including:
Sunday 8:00 am - 3:00 pm • The Labyrinth • Chapel
Location Convention Hall A • Art Works • Live Music
• Eucharistic Adoration
MULTICULTURAL EXHIBIT:
• Sacrament of Reconciliation
Friday & Saturday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday 9:00 am - 2:30 pm
Location 2nd Floor Prefunction Lobby
CONTENTS

General Info
2010 LOS ANGELES
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CONGRESS
MARCH 19-21

ARCHDIOCESE OF LOS ANGELES


OFFICE OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
3424 WILSHIRE BOULEVARD
LOS ANGELES, CA 90010

Schedule
PHONE: (213) 637-7346
WEB: www.RECongress.org
EMAIL: congress@la-archdiocese.org

GENERAL INFORMATION SECCIÓN EN ESPAÑOL


Acknowledgments......................................... 72-75 Horario del Congreso ................................ 32
Attendee General Information ...................... 7 Información ............................................... 33
Audio Recording Form ................................. 27 Mensaje del Cardenal Mahony ................. 29

Español
Committees ................................................... 72 Mensaje de la Directora ............................ 30
Congress Highlights ..................................... 5 Programas de la oficina ............................. 69-71
Endowment Fund Contributors ..................... 73-74
Exhibitors TALLERES DEL CONGRESO
• Categories ............................................... 95, 97 Viernes, Sesiones 1-3 ................................ 34
• Featured Exhibitors ................................ 82-102 Sábado, Sesiones 4-6 ................................ 35
• Index (alphabetical) ................................ 99-104 Domingo, Sesiones 7-8 ............................. 36
Daily Schedules
WORSHIP AIDS – ARENA:
• Friday, February 27................................. 9-11

Arena
Friday
• Saturday, February 28 ............................. 16-18
Opening Rite & Welcome begins.............. 38
• Sunday, March 1 ..................................... 23-24
Jazz Liturgy begins ................................... 41
Maps
• Clarion Hotel Map .................................. 76 Saturday
• Convention Center Map ...................Back Cover Morning Praise begins .............................. 48
• Exhibit Hall A Map ................Inside Back Cover Celtic Liturgy begins................................. 52
• Hilton Hotel Map ................................... 77 Sunday
• Marriott Hotel Map................................. 78

O.R.E.
Closing Liturgy begins .............................. 59
• Restaurants Map & Listing ..................... 80-81 Congress Theme Song .............................. 66-67
• Sheraton Park Hotel Map ....................... 79
O.R.E. Programs ........................................... 69-71 WORKSHOP ROOM LOCATIONS
O.R.E. Staff .................................................. 68 Period 1 – Friday, March 19 ........................ 13
O.R.E. Staff Booth Schedule ........................ 69 Period 2 – Friday........................................... 14
Speaker Index................................................ 6 Period 3 – Friday........................................... 15
Tech Center Schedule.................................... 12 Period 4 – Saturday, March 20 ..................... 19
Weekend Schedule ..................... Inside Front Cover Period 5 – Saturday ....................................... 20
Maps

Welcome Period 6 – Saturday ....................................... 21


Message from Bishop Brown.................... 2 Period 7 – Sunday, March 21 ....................... 25
Message from Cardinal Mahony ............... 3 Period 8 – Sunday ......................................... 26
Message from the Director........................ 4 Recorded workshops are indicated by

SPECIAL EVENTS
Exhibitors

SAVE THE DATE! Cardinal Mahony Online Chat .................... Friday


Congress 2011 Dates Filmmakers’ Showcase ................................ Friday
March 17, 2011 (Youth Day) David Whyte Poetry ..................................... Friday
March 18-20, 2011 (Congress) Young Adult Dance & Social ................... Saturday
Sacred Illuminations ................................ Saturday

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WELCOME

Welcome to Congress

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WELCOME

General Info
March 2010

I am delighted to welcome you to our annual Religious Education Congress. This


extraordinary event affords us an opportunity to renew our commitment to pass on the
wonderful richness of our Catholic faith: our beliefs, rituals and spiritual traditions.
The theme selected for Congress 2010 draws us into the story of God’s Incredible
Abundance overflowing in love and compassion and echoed down through the centu-
ries. To the exiles it is a promise of restoration, reminder of a life-giving Spirit, and in
Jesus it is a celebration of the wonder and power of a God who revives and revitalizes.
“I came that they may have life and have it abundantly” (John 10:10).
I am very pleased that so many of you take the time to be renewed and enriched by the
many excellent workshops, keynotes, liturgical celebrations and opportunities to con-
nect which are offered throughout the weekend. Your leadership and faithful participa-
tion is admirable especially in these challenging times. You are gift and blessing to our
parish communities of faith.
Please be assured of my ongoing support and encouragement as you so generously
share the “Good News” of our Catholic story and tradition.
Asking God’s blessing on you, your families and your parish communities,
Sincerely yours in Christ,

His Eminence,
Cardinal Roger Mahony
Archbishop of Los Angeles

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WELCOME

March 2010

It is always a joy to welcome you to yet another wonderful Congress. The weekend offers
many opportunities to gather reflect and recommit to proclaiming the richness of our Sacred
Story.
Our theme, “Incredible Abundance,” inspired by the Scripture readings of the fifth Sunday
of Lent, speaks of God’s gracious abundance flowing out in acts of love and mercy. In Jesus
the forces of death and despair are overcome, stones and grit that block the stream of life are
removed and new life emerges. Embracing this incredible abundance we believe that it is never
too late for God to invigorate and renew a person, a church, a world.
As you will recall, a Religious Education Endowment Fund has been established in the Archdio-
cese of Los Angeles for the ongoing education and formation of Directors of Religious Education,
Adult Educators, Young Adults and Youth Ministers. The fund is currently enabling 10 students to
pursue a master’s degree in Religious Education. Your gift offering at the 2009 Congress Saturday
night liturgies added $40,207 to this fund. We also thank those who made a special contribution to
the endowment with their online registration.

We are blessed by the variety of offerings, inspiring liturgical celebrations, entertainment and
multicultural expressions provided. You are encouraged to walk the labyrinth, participate in
the Sacrament of Reconciliation or spend quiet moments in our contemplative Sacred Space.
Mindful of our common responsibility to care for the earth and all of God’s creation, our
“Green Space” will provide resources and opportunities to exchange ideas and join efforts in
this most important enterprise.
Thank you again for your presence, your faithful participation and for the hope that you so
generously share with your communities of faith. I look forward to greeting you throughout
these days of “Incredible Abundance.”
Sincerely,

Sister Edith Prendergast, RSC


Archdiocesan Director

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CONGRESS SPOTLIGHT
< SPECIAL EXHIBIT

General Info
Congress Highlights Friday through Sunday
Grand Arena Lobby
Who’s Under Your Carbon Footprint?
Explore stories and images of our world’s
most vulnerable people who experience the
CARDINAL ONLINE CHAT> greatest impact from climate change, but
who contribute the least to the problem.
Friday, 10:15 - noon – Tech Center Discover inspiring and prayerful responses
Join us Friday morning as Los Angeles Car- to climate change.
dinal Roger Mahony conducts a live online
chat session, first with school students, and
then in a nationwide chat session. This is the
Cardinal’s 14th annual online appearance.
<DAVID WHYTE POETRY
Friday, 8 pm – Convention 207
Join poet David Whyte for a journey
through the poetic tradition, looking at the
thresholds human beings have always had
to cross to live a larger, richer, more coura-
geous and more generous life, no matter the
FILM SHOWCASE 2010> outward circumstances.
Friday, 8 -10 pm – Convention 201
This year’s Film Showcase, in partner-
ship with Loyola Marymount University,
presents excerpts from a number of narra-
tive feature films, shorts, documentaries,
experimental and animated films, whose
<SACRED ILLUMINATIONS
thematic elements are grounded in Catholic
social teaching, justice, ministry, spirituality Saturday, 8 - 9 pm – Convention 213
and theology. Filmmakers will be present to Returning to Congress 2010 is Sacred Illu-
meet with audience members. minations, a mystical choreography of light
and sound. Incorporating her newest liturgi-
cal and fine art photography and reflections,
Sr. Rose Marie Tulacz, SND, will bring
SACRED SPACE> the Incredible Abundance of the sacred,
Friday through Sunday – Convention 304 the stillness, the formless, the divine, to our
Sacred Space returns once again to its humanity. Come reflect and pray.
home on the third level of the Convention
Center, with extended hours on Saturday.
Take a respite from the day’s events and
enter a space dedicated to facilitating a
sense of spiritual rejuvenation. Our Sacred <EUCHARISTIC LITURGIES
Space will offer Eucharistic Adoration in Friday through Sunday
the Chapel, the Sacrament of Reconcilia- Over the four-day weekend, Congress 2010
tion, a labyrinth (pictured), art and medita- offers 18 Eucharistic Liturgies of different
tive music. character, ranging from Contemplative to
Jazz, from Spanish to a Byzantine Divine
Liturgy.
SELF-CARE/MOVEMENT>
Friday - Sunday, 6:30 - 7:30 am
Marriott Los Angeles/La Jolla
Our faith calls us to care for God’s cre- AND DON’T MISS ...
ation – that includes our own bodies! Join CELL PHONE DROP OFF
Susan Searle each day as she leads us in
some quieting and light movement to help Daily – Grand Arena Lobby
us connect to God’s presence in our lives. CONGRESS SOUVENIRS
Friday - Sunday – Hall A
MASSAGE CHAIRS
Friday - Sunday – Prefunction Hall A
A.A. MEETING
Daily, lunchtime – Marriott San Diego

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SPEAKER INDEX
Aguilera-Titus, Alejandro .. 4-51*, 7-51* Murray, Rev. J-Glenn ........ 1-16*, 5-14*
Albom, Mitch ..................... KEY* Murua, Marcelo................. 3-55*, 5-54*
Asterisks and the headphone
Allen Jr., John ................... 5-01*, 7-01* Musgrave, Hilary............... 3-05*, 7-05*
symbol ( ) indicate recorded
Alonso, Tony ..................... 2-13, 4-12 Neu, Lynn ......................... 8-14*
workshops. “Key” indicates a
Angotti, John..................... 5-02* Nguyen, Rev. Hy............... 1-70*, 4-70*
Saturday Keynote or Sunday
Anslinger, Leisa ................ 3-01*, 6-01* Nguyen, Mong-Hang ........ 3-70*, 8-70*
Address.
Appleby, Scott................... 6-02*, 7-02* Nuzzi, Rev. Ronald ........... 2-21, 5-15
Arroyo, Maria .................... 2-01, 6-51 Workshops are designated by Ospino, Dr. Hosffman ....... 1-54*, 4-54*
Awiapo, Thomas ............... 6-03* two numbers separated by a Pable, Fr. Martin ............... 6-19*, 8-15*
Bañuelas, Msgr. Arturo ..... 4-52*, 7-03* dash. The first number indicates Pacatte, Sr. Rose.............. 4-10*
Baumann, Bruce ............... 3-02*, 8-01* the period; the number after the Pacholczyk, Rev. Tadeusz 1-17, 3-19
Beaudoin, Dr. Tom ............ 4-01*, 6-04 dash is the workshop number. Paprocki, Joe .................... 7-21*
Beckman, Betsey.............. 3-03*, 7-04* Workshop numbers -01 to -30 Pedraza, Fanny Cepeda... 1-55*, 8-55*
Benson, Fr. Richard .......... 2-02*, 6-04 are in English; -50 to -58 are Peña, Donna..................... 4-21
Betancourt, Anna .............. 4-55 in Spanish; and -70 is in Viet- Phong, Bro. Fortunat ........ 2-70*, 6-70*
Boadt, Rev. Lawrence ...... 6-05*, 8-02* namese. Picha, Stephen ................. 3-07*
Boyle, Rev. Gregory ......... 6-06* Prejean, Helen .................. 3-20*, 4-22*
Bravo Perez, Benjamin ..... 5-51*, 7-52* Rausch, Rev. Thomas ...... 6-20*
Brennan, Rev. Patrick ....... 3-04*, 4-02* Haas, David ...................... 2-11, 6-11 Ricard, Rev. R. Tony ......... 2-23*
Brown, Grayson Warren ... 2-03*, 7-06* Hailer, Sr. Gretchen .......... 4-10* Ristow, Kate...................... 3-21
Brown, Monica .................. 3-05*, 7-05* Halsey-Hoover, Sharon .... 2-12* Robinette, Brian ................ 2-22*, 8-16*
Bryant, Sr. Kathy............... 7-07* Hart, Mark ......................... 1-12*, 4-11* Roderick, Rev. Philip ........ 1-18*, 8-17*
Burland, John ................... 1-01*, 5-03* Hartigan, Kevin ................. 2-01, 6-51 Rodríguez, Rev. Domingo 1-56*, 7-57*
Burns, Jim......................... 1-02* Haugen, Marty .................. 2-13, 4-12 Rohr, Fr. Richard .............. 2-24*, 4-23*
Calderon Varona, Juan ..... 1-51, 6-52 Heagle, Fr. John ............... 1-08*, 4-08* Rolheiser, Rev. Ronald ..... 1-19*, 6-21*
Campuzano, Rev. Guillermo . 1-52*, 6-53* Hendey, Lisa ..................... 2-14*, 8-08* Rosa Chávez, Bishop
Carrillo Velásquez, Carlos 3-51*, 5-52* Hershey, Rev. Terry .......... 1-13*, 4-13 Gregorio ........................ 5-56*, KEY*
Casey, Fr. Michael ............ 2-04*, 7-08* Hoover, David ................... 2-12* Rubalcava, Pedro ............. 4-55
Cheri, Richard................... 6-07 Horan, Dr. Michael ............ 5-10* Scally, Anna ...................... 5-16*
Chinn, Andrew .................. 2-05*, 7-09* Huebsch, Bill..................... 1-14*, 4-14* Schellman, James ............ 5-17*, 8-18*
Cimino, Sr. Carol .............. 3-06*, 8-03* Hurd & Anawim, Bob ........ 4-15 Searle, Susan ................... 2-25*, 5-18*
Clarke, Fr. Jim .................. 3-07* Huston, Paula ................... 6-12*, 7-13* Sedano, Maruja ................ 2-54*, 8-56*
Coleman, Fr. Gerald ......... 2-06, 6-08 Jansen, Val Limar ............. 6-13*, 2-15* Senior, Rev. Donald .......... 2-26*, 4-24*
Coloroso, Barbara ............ 4-04, 5-04 Jansen, Frank ................... 6-13*, 2-15* Shaia, Alexander .............. 3-22*, 6-22*
Coutinho, Paul .................. 5-05*, 8-04* Jarzembowski, Paul.......... 3-13*, 6-14* Shepp, Vikki...................... 6-23*
Crosby, Rev. Michael ........ 4-03*, 5-06* Jezreel, Jack..................... 1-15, 4-16 Showalter, Carol ............... 3-23*, 6-24*
Cusick, Rev. John ............. 1-03*, 4-05* Just, Rev. Felix ................. 3-14*, 7-14* Siller Acuña, Clodomiro .... 3-56*, 8-57*
Davis, Maggie ................... 3-23*, 6-24* Kelly, Matthew .................. 3-16, 7-15 Skinner, Christine Way ..... 1-20*, 5-19*
Desiderio, Fr. Frank .......... 5-07 Kendzia, Tom .................... 8-09*, 6-13* Skinner, Michael Way ....... 1-20*, 5-19*
Donovan, Patrick .............. 1-04*, 2-07* Kennett, Colette ................ 7-16* Smith-Christopher, Dr. Daniel 1-21*, 8-19*
Downey, Dr. Michael ......... 4-06* Kessler, Fr. Matthew ......... 2-52*, 8-51* Smollin, Sr. Anne Bryan .... 3-24*, 8-20*
East, Msgr. Ray ................ 7-10* Kham, Bishop Peter Van .. 5-70*, 7-70* Sofield, Bro. Loughlan ...... 1-22*, 5-20*
East, Tom.......................... 7-11* Kolar, Peter ....................... 7-56 Sparks, Fr. Dick ................ 5-21, 8-21
Eipers, Carole ................... 4-07 LaBelle, Fr. Patrick ........... 5-11*, 8-10* Spitzer, Rev. Robert.......... 3-25*, 5-23*
Ellair, Steven..................... 1-05*, 7-12* Lawton, Liam .................... 5-12 Stenzel, Pam .................... 2-27*, 5-22*
Fabing, Fr. Bob ................. 1-06 Lee, Fr. Michael ................ 1-53* Svoboda, Sr. Melannie ..... 3-27*, 8-22*
Ferder, Sr. Fran ................ 1-08*, 4-08*, Leonard, Fr. Richard ......... 3-15, 7-17 Tejerina Arias, Dr. Gonzalo ... 2-55*, 6-57*
..................................... 6-04 Levy, Eduardo................... 4-53*, 8-52* Theisen, Michael .............. 6-25*, 8-23*
Fernández, Santiago ........ 3-52, 7-53 Loftus, Fr. David ............... 2-16* Thieman, LeAnn ............... 1-23*, 7-22*
Fiand, Sr. Barbara ............ 1-07*, KEY* López Gutiérrez, Siro........ 6-55*, 8-53* Tobar Mensbrugghe, Dora 2-56*, 5-55*
Flecha, José-Román ........ 2-51*, 6-54* Lumas, Eva Marie............. 6-15, 8-11 Turner, Rev. Paul .............. 1-24*, 4-25*
Florian, Amy...................... 2-08, 8-05 Mahan, Rev. Daniel .......... 4-17*, 7-18* Upchurch, Catherine......... 5-24*, 7-23*
Florian, DJ ........................ 2-16* Manibusan, Jesse............. 6-16* Valenzuela, Victor ............. 2-28*, 5-57*
Ford, Paul ......................... 3-08* Martin, Rev. James ........... 3-17*, 8-54* Walker, Christopher .......... 3-26*, 5-25*
Fragomeni, Fr. Richard ..... 1-09*, 3-09* Martineau, Mariette........... 3-18*, 6-17* Wallis, Jim ........................ 6-26*, 7-24*
Freeburg, Sr. Paule .......... 5-25* Massingale, Rev. Bryan .... 2-17*, 4-18* Walsh, Dr. David ............... 1-25, 6-27
Gaillardetz, Dr. Richard .... 1-10*, 2-09* Matovina, Timothy ............ 4-19*, 6-56* Walters, Thomas............... 5-26*, 8-24*
Galipeau, Dr. Jerry............ 1-11*, 6-09* Mayersohn, Rabbi Michael ... 2-18*, 8-12* Weber, Joan ..................... 6-17*, 7-25*
Gallagher, Sr. Toni Lynn.... 3-10, 5-08 McGuire, Fr. Brendan ....... 7-19* Wells, David...................... 5-27*, 8-25*
Gilbert, Rev. Richard ........ 6-10*, 8-06* McKenna, Dr. Megan ........ 2-19*, 6-18* Wenc, Char....................... 3-28*, 6-28*
Good Ground, .................. 6-07 McMahon, Bishop Malcolm ... 4-20*, 7-20* Weston, Fr. Thomas ......... 1-26*, 4-26*
Goodwin, Dr. Carole ......... 2-10*, 5-09* Miles, Ted ......................... 6-03* White, Dr. C. Vanessa ...... 5-28*, 8-26*
Gordon, Dr. Greer ............. 3-11*, 8-07* Misleh, Daniel ................... 8-13* Whyte, David .................... 1-27
Grimaldo, Gloria Cecilia.... 3-53*, 5-53* Montenegro, Juan Carlos . 2-53*, 7-55* Wicks, Robert ................... 4-27, 7-26
Groome, Dr. Thomas ........ 3-12*, 4-09* Moreno, Rafael ................. 7-56 Witherup, Rev. Ronald...... 1-28*, 4-28*
Grzona, Ricardo ............... 3-54*, 7-54* Mullen, Rev. J. Patrick ...... 2-20*, 5-13* Yzaguirre, Dr. John ........... 4-56*, 7-27*

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GENERAL INFORMATION

General Info
AUDIO RECORDING FIRST AID
Many of the workshop sessions will be recorded with A First Aid Station for routine health matters is located
speaker permission (indicated by [*] and ). Audio in the Prefunction area (see back cover map).
CDs are available for purchase at the CSC Digital HOSPITALITY ROOM INFORMATION
Media booth, located at the east wall in Exhibit Hall Check the Message Board in the Prefunction area to
A. Delegate recording of any workshop or general give or obtain information about parish hospitality.
assembly is NOT permitted.
LOST AND FOUND
BOOK SIGNING Lost & Found is located outside of Congress Head-
Authors and musical artists will be available to sign quarters, located in Convention AR 1.
books and CDs in the Book Signing Area (southeast
area of Exhibit Hall A, near the Recording Booth). MESSAGE CENTER
Check the schedule at the Book Signing Area for The Message Center, located in the Prefunction area,
updated times. can receive incoming messages. Call (714) 765-8883
or (714) 765-8884 to leave a message, or you can leave
EXHIBIT HOURS a note on the Message Board.
Exhibits are located in Hall A. See pages 99-104 for a Friday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
listing of exhibitors. Exhibits will be open: Saturday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Sunday: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Saturday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm PARKING
Day parking is available in the Convention Center
CELL PHONES / PAGERS parking structures at the rate of $10 per day with no
Out of respect for speakers and other participants, in-and-out privileges.
please turn off any cell phones and pagers during
general sessions, liturgies and workshops. RESTAURANT RESERVATIONS
In addition to our listing on pages 80-81, the Res-
FOOD/CONCESSIONS taurant Booth, located in the Prefunction area, has
The Convention Center offers daily options of food restaurant menus and can help make reservations:
choices in Hall A. Friday & Saturday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Continental breakfast: 8:00 am - 9:30 am Sunday: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Lunch: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Cart concessions: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

GENERAL INFORMATION
NAME TAGS/TICKETS WORKSHOPS
Congress Name Tags are required to be worn at all All workshops are ticketed and no one will be ad-
times during scheduled events. Tickets are necessary mitted to any session without the proper ticket. Any
for admittance into workshops and general sessions. valid ticket will serve as admission to Arena or Hall
B workshops, but these sessions are not open to those
TICKET EXCHANGE without tickets.
You may exchange tickets for any open workshops
during the same period beginning at noon on the Fri- Our speakers are generously sharing their time and
day of Congress at the Registration Booth’s Exchange talents with us. As a special courtesy to them, we ask
window, located in the Prefunction area. Note: Any that you please arrive at the workshop location prior
ticket can be used for sessions of the same time in the to the scheduled start time. We remind you to please
Arena or Hall B. quiet your pager and turn off cell phones.

All sessions will begin on time, and many speakers


SAVING SEATS have asked that no one be admitted after the session
It is permissible to save seats up to 10 minutes before has begun. Also, we ask you to avoid, as much as
a scheduled function begins. After that time, we ask possible, leaving workshops during a presentation.
that, in Christian love, you release these seats for Most of the workshops will have a natural break time
others. If any Congress volunteer requests that you when it would be less disruptive to the speaker and to
release seats that you are saving, please comply with the other participants.
the direction given.
EMERGENCIES
SMOKING In case of emergency, contact the nearest Congress
Smoking is not allowed in the Convention Center. official wearing a red, white, blue striped ribbon; they
There are several outdoor courtyards where it is are in radio contact and can summon help quickly. For
permitted. life-threatening situations, please call 9-1-1.

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Happy 35th Anniversary!

In gratitude for the inspiring leadership


and blessing of Cardinal Roger Mahony on
his 35th anniversary as Bishop
in service of God’s People.

May 1, 1962 – Ordained a priest


March 19, 1975 – Ordained a bishop
July 16, 1985 – Appointed Archbishop of Los Angeles
September 5, 1985 – Installed as Archbishop of Los Angeles
June 28, 1991 – Elevated to Cardinal

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Friday, March 19, 2010 EVENTS

Friday @ Congress

Schedule
Opening event 2009
LITURGIES & PRAYER SERVICES
Eucharistic Liturgies All liturgies begin at 5:15 pm
Congress offers several Eucharistic Liturgies of different character from which to choose. We invite you to experience
one. All Friday Liturgies will celebrate the Solemnity of the Feast of St. Joseph.
Character Location Presider Music
F1 General Convention Ballroom (3rd floor) Cardinal Roger Mahony Jesse Manibusan
F2 Byzantine Hilton Pacific Ballroom Bishop Gerald Dino Byzantine Cantors
Divine Liturgy
F3 Contemplative Marriott Grand Ballroom Rev. Gregory Boyle Cyprian Consiglio
F4 Jazz Convention Arena Rev. J-Glenn Murray J. Angotti/ / M. Augustin / C. Petty
F5 Nigerian Marriott Marquis Ballroom Rev. Michael Ohanete Nigerian Community
F6 Spanish Convention Hall B Rev. Domingo Rodriguez E. Garcia / R. Lopez / P. Rubalcava
F7 Vietnamese Convention 303 (3rd floor) Bishop Peter Nguyen Kham Vietnamese Community
Liturgy of the Hours & Prayer Service
In honor of the Feast of St. Joseph, friends of the Sister of St. Joseph of Carondelet have planned our Evening Prayer
(5:15 pm). The Lamentation service (9:30 pm) will help raise our cries for healing to our God.

P1 Evening Prayer 5:15 pm Convention 210 (2nd floor) Sr. Cecilia Magladry, CSJ Laura Gomez
P2 Lamentation 9:30 pm Convention Ballroom C (3rd) Tricia Hoyt Bob Hurd

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FRIDAY EVENTS
OPENING RITE & WELCOME
FRIDAY SCHEDULE
8:00 am Arena – Friday, 8:30 am
On-site registration begins
(Prefunction area)
“Incredible Abundance” / Increible Abundancia”
8:30 - 9:30 am Join in this spirit-filled celebration to mark the beginning of a weekend
Opening Rite & Welcome filled with opportunities to worship, to grow in faith, to share wisdom. Our
(Arena) inspiring ritual will be graced by the presence and participation of:
10:00 - 11:30 am Cardinal Roger Mahony Eleazar Cortés Monica Leon
Period 1 Workshops Edith Prendergast, RSC Harrison Crenshaw Kenneth Louis
Paulette Smith Elohim D’Leon Monica Miller Luther
10:15 - 12 noon Jan Pedroza Gary Daigle Diana Macalintal
Cardinal Mahony Online Chat John Flaherty Chris de Silva Jesse Manibusan
(Tech Center - Hall A) Tony Alonso Santiago Fernández Bree Mitchell
John Angotti Laura Gomez Rafael Moreno
11:30am - 1:00 pm Ed Archer David Haas Donna Peña
LUNCH Meredith Augustin Marty Haugen W. Clifford Petty
11:45 am - 12:30 pm Betsey Beckman Eddie Hilley Bro. Fortunat Phong
Anna Betancourt Dan Houze Jalonda Robertson
Music (Arena) Ed Bolduc Bob Hurd Pedro Rubalcava
– The Jacob & Matthew Band Grayson Warren Brown Jacob and Matthew Brenda Smith
Carol Browning ValLimar Jansen Nicole Smith
Music (Hall B) Jennifer Broyard-Bonam Mary Janus Alex Venegas
– Jesse Manibusan Karla Carillo Tom Kendzia Vietnamese Drummers
& Santiago Fernandez Richard Cheri Peter Kolar John West
Cyprian Consiglio Liam Lawton Christine Ye
Music (Outdoor)
– Good Ground
1:00 - 2:30 pm FRIDAY LUNCHTIME ENTERTAINMENT
Period 2 Workshops Arena – 11:45 am - 12:30 pm
3:00 - 4:30 pm THE JACOB & MATTHEW BAND
Period 3 Workshops
T Southern California group has a unique sound with
This
5:15 pm eelements of blues, R&B, Pop, and Christian Praise & Wor-
Eucharistic Liturgies ship styles.
styles Their music
musi and lyrics inspire self-reflection and re-energized faith.
& Evening Prayer
8:00 pm Hall B – 11:45 am - 12:30 pm
Concert (Arena)
– John Angotti & Friends JESSE MANIBUSAN & SANTIAGO FERNÁNDEZ
Film Showcase 2010 S
Sing, rejoice and “rock out” with this incredible duo who
(Convention 201) ccan lift your spirits with their festive, up-beat songs, their
engaging pr
presence and abundant energy.
David Whyte Poetry
(Convention 207) Outdoor (near Arena Fountain) – 11:45 am - 12:30 pm
9:30 pm
Lamentation GOOD GROUND
(Convention Ballroom C) Ignite the fire shut up deep down in your bones! This gos-
pel concert will transform your Friday afternoon from an
Registration Hours ordinary lunchtime into something extraordinary!
8:00 am - 3:00 pm
(Prefunction area) FRIDAY EVENING CONCERT
Exhibit Hours FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE ROCK ’N’ PRAISE! Arena – 8:00 pm
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
(Hall A) Jo perennial Congress favorite John Angotti as he weaves a tapestry
Join
oof solid, soulful sounds that will change the way you approach your
Sacred Space faith and your life! With guests Meredith Augustin, Cliff Petty & more.
fa
10:00 am - 3:30 pm
(Convention 304)
RECONCILIATION HOURS FRIDAY EVENING POETRY
11:30 am - 1:00 pm Convention 207 – 8:00 pm
2:30 - 3:30 pm “Thresholds of Presence: An Evening of Poetry with David Whyte”
Multicultural Exhibit Join David Whyte for a journey through the poetic tradition, looking at
9:00 am - 5:00 pm the thresholds human beings have always had to cross to live a larger,
(Convention 2nd floor) richer, more courageous and generous lives.

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EVENTS
<CARDINAL ONLINE CHAT @ TECH CENTER
Tech Center – Hall A, 10:15 - 12 noon – Friday only
Drop by and watch Cardinal Roger Mahony as he conducts a private online chat with school
students from St. John Chrysostom School in Inglewood, Calif. Then JOIN IN and ask an online
question as as continues in a nationwide, online open forum.

<SPECIAL EXHIBIT
Grand Arena Lobby – throughout weekend
Who’s Under Your Carbon Footprint? Explore stories and images of our world’s most vulnerable

Schedule
people who experience the greatest impact from climate change, but who contribute the least to the
problem. Discover inspiring and prayerful responses to climate change.

<SACRED SPACE
Convention Center 304 – 10 am - 3:30 pm
Enter a place dedicated to facilitating a sense of spiritual rejuvenation – partake in the Labyrinth, spend
some time in Eucharistic Adoration, or make use of the times for the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
(We are grateful to the priests who make this sacrament available to our Congress attendees.)

<MULTICULTURAL EXHIBIT
Convention 2nd floor Lobby – 9 am - 5 pm
Find a variety of cultural and religious artifacts, expressions of faith and religious piety practices,
stories of saints and martyrs, and a plethora of items from the cultures of Native America, Central
and South America, Europe, Africa/African-American and Asia.

<UNWIND DURING CONGRESS


Hall A Prefuntion Area – 10 am - 4:30 pm
Renew your spirit and take a break from the bustle of Congress with a chair massages that relieves
tension and relaxes the mind. Visit our Chair Massage area in the Prefuction Area of Hall A. The
cost is $1 per minute.

ASIAN PACIFIC EVENTS


DON’T MISS ... VIETNAMESE-LANGUAGE WORKSHOPS
CELL PHONE DROP OFF – Daily – Grand Arena Lobby 1-70 Fr. Hy Nguyen
EXERCISE – 6:30 - 7:30 am - Marriott Los Angeles/La Jolla 2-70 Bro. Fortunat Phong
A.A. MEETING – Lunchtime – Marriott San Diego 3-70 Mong-Hang Nguyen

SPEAKER SIGNING FOLLOWING PERIOD 2 (about 2:30 pm)


AUTHOR EXHBITOR TABLE
Hall A (Southeast corner)
Authors and musical artists will be available to sign books and José-Román Flecha Andrés — A
CDs in the Book Signing Area (southeast corner of Exhibit Hall Rabbi Michael Mayersohn Paulist Press B
A). Check the schedule at the Book Signing Area for scheduling Dr. Richard Gaillardetz Paulist Press C
updates. Fr. Donald Senior Now You Know Media D
Fr. Richard Rohr Paulist Press/Crossroads E
FOLLOWING PERIOD 1 (about 11:30 am) Fr. Michael Casey Paraclete Press F
AUTHOR EXHBITOR TABLE Fr. Matthew Kessler Liguori Publications G
Fr. Richard Fragomeni Now You Know Media A FOLLOWING PERIOD 3 (about 4:30 pm)
Dr. Daniel Smith-Christopher Now You Know Media B Fr. James Martin Harper One A
Fr. Ronald Witherup Now You Know Media C Alexander Shaia Harper One B
Jim Burns Paulist Press D Fr. Richard Fragomeni Now You Know Media C
Dr. Richard Gaillardetz Paulist Press E Fr. Richard Leonard Paulist Press D
Fr. Ronald Rolheiser Paulist Press F Sr. Helen Prejean Paulist Press E
Dr. David Walsh Paulist Press G Char Wenc Paulist Press F
LeAnn Thieman Liguori Publications H Carol Showalter / Maggie Davis Paraclete Press G

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TECH CENTER IN HALL A
The Los Angeles Religious Education Congress Technology Center highlights educational DVD and CD

Technology Center software, online services and Internet resources that would be of interest to our Congress attendees. The Tech
Center is located near the center of Exhibit Hall A, under the “Computer Demonstration” banner. Drop by to
see the latest in our exhibitors’ online products and resources.

CONGRESS TECH BOOTH SCHEDULE


(Check booth for schedule updates)

FRIDAY, MARCH 19
10:15 - 11:15 am Cardinal School Chat – The Cardinal conducts an online chat with
students from St. John Chrysostom School in Inglewood, Calif.
11:15 - 12 noon Cardinal Mahony Online – The Cardinal continues in a nationwide chat session
open to all, and sponsored by ChurchWerks by Imagetrend.
12:00 - 12:30 pm ChurchWerks – With solutions for non-profits, churches and schools, see a dem-
onstration of using a web-based grade book
12:30 - 1:00 pm ParishSoft – Manage your religious education programs, from maintaining regis-
trations to printing certificates
1:00 - 1:30 pm ParishSoft – Manage your religious education programs, from maintaining regis-
trations to printing certificates
1:30 - 2:00 pm St. Camillus – Come learn about web site chaplaincy training and care along with
social justice networking for consistent life justice.
2:00 - 2:30 pm Outside da Box – Play the interactive DVD CateQUIZ’em!, a video curriculum
for middle and high school catechesis.
2:30 - 3:00 pm Veritas – FaithConnet, an exciting new project that aims to involve teens in the
process of religious education in an interactive online medium.

SATURDAY, MARCH 20
9:00 - 9:30 am
9:30 - 10:00 am Catholic Quiz – A brand-new religious learning website for parents, teachers and
catechists. Free membership drawing!
10:00 - 10:30 am Outside da Box – Play the interactive DVD CateQUIZ’em!, a video curriculum
for middle and high school catechesis.
10:30 - 11:00 am
11:00 - 11:30 am Gradelink – Come see the award-winning grading and administration system that
connects teachers, parents and school administrators easily and affordably.
11:30 - 12 noon Ministry Scheduler Pro – Streamline your church volunteer scheduling with
easy-to-use ministry software.
12:00 - 12:30 pm Catholic Quiz – A brand-new religious learning website for parents, teachers and
catechists. Free membership drawing!
12:30 - 1:00 pm Veritas – FaithConnet, an exciting new project that aims to involve teens in the
process of religious education in an interactive online medium.
1:00 - 1:30 pm
1:30 - 2:00 pm
2:00 - 2:30 pm Outside da Box – Play the interactive DVD CateQUIZ’em!, a video curriculum
for middle and high school catechesis.
2:30 - 3:00 pm Gradelink – Come see the award-winning grading and administration system that
connects teachers, parents and school administrators easily and affordably.

SUNDAY, MARCH 20

SUNDAY ONLY! Drop by the Tech Center


for your FREE souvenir ePostcard
to email home and to friends!
(Not available during presentation times.)

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Friday, March 19, 2010 • 10:00 - 11:30 am PERIOD 1
WORKSHOP AUDIO LOCATION
1-01 Growing in Faith through the Power of Song - John Burland (Sheraton) Park Ballroom
1-02 Creating an Intimate Marriage - Jim Burns (Hilton) Pacific D
1-03 The Word Became Flesh: An Adult Appreciation of the (Clarion) Orangewood
Incarnation - Rev. John Cusick
1-04 Using the Remote to Channel Jesus - Patrick Donovan (Convention) 206
1-05 From Pulling Hair to Quiet Prayer: Tips for Classroom (Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
Management and Discipline - Steven Ellair

Schedule
1-06 The Living Eucharist: Our Love, Joy, Need, Fear, Sorrow and — (Convention) Ballroom C
Anger Find a Home - Fr. Bob Fabing
1-07 Claiming the Power Within: Living the Christian Vision (Convention) 208
- Sr. Barbara Fiand
1-08 Saying Yes to Love and Intimacy: The Spiritual Journey into (Convention) 212
Mutual Loving - Sr. Fran Ferder & Fr. John Heagle
1-09 Celebrating the Eucharist in Charity and Truth (Convention) 201 ABC
- Fr. Richard Fragomeni
1-10 How Should Catholics Vote: Reflections on Our Electoral (Convention) 209
Obligations - Dr. Richard Gaillardetz
1-11 Recharge the RCIA Process: Learning by Doing (Marriott) Orange County
- Dr. Jerry Galipeau
1-12 The Gospel According to TiVo: Plugging Faith into a Wireless (Convention) Ballroom AB
Culture - Mark Hart
1-13 Live Without Fear: The Truth About Intimacy, Love, Passion (Convention) Ballroom DE
and Sexuality - Rev. Terry Hershey
1-14 Coach Parents to Form Their Own Kids! - Bill Huebsch (Marriott) Marquis South
1-15 New Wineskins for New Wine: A New Vision for Parish Life — (Convention) 210 D
That Integrates Social Mission - Jack Jezreel
1-16 The Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy: Still an Incredible (Marriott) Marquis Center
Abundance 47 Years Later - Rev. J-Glenn Murray
1-17 In Vitro Fertilization and Assisted Reproductive Technologies — (Convention) 202
- Rev. Tadeusz Pacholczyk
1-18 Sensing the Holy: Touching the Earth, Sounding the Word, (Convention) 207 D
Praying the Body - Rev. Philip Roderick
1-19 The Abundance of God and Philanthropy of the Heart (Convention) Arena
- Rev. Ronald Rolheiser
1-20 Sustain Us, Lord: A Spirituality for Parents, Caregivers and (Sheraton) Garden Room
Teachers with Special Needs Children
- Christine & Michael Way Skinner
1-21 The Church in Exile: A Biblical Theme for Modern Christians (Convention) 207 ABC
- Dr. Daniel Smith-Christopher
1-22 The Parish as a Community of Disciples - Bro. Loughlan Sofield (Convention) 205
1-23 Caring for the Caregiver - LeAnn Thieman (Convention) 201 D
1-24 The Order of Mass - Rev. Paul Turner (Hilton) Pacific C
1-25 Why Do They Act That Way? A Survival Guide to the — (Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
Adolescent Brain - Dr. David Walsh
1-26 Living and Working in a World Full of Alcoholics and Addicts: (Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
Learning How to Tend to Our Own Acre - Fr. Thomas Weston
1-27 What to Remember When Waking: Disciplines of an Everyday — (Convention) 303
Spiritual Life - David Whyte
1-28 Charismatic Compulsion: St. Paul as a Model for (Convention) 211
Evangelization Today - Rev. Ronald Witherup
1-70 Vietnamese Workshop - Rev. Hy Nguyen (Sheraton) Palm Rooms

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PERIOD 2 1:00 - 2:30 pm • Friday, March 19, 2010
WORKSHOP AUDIO LOCATION
2-01 Muslims and Christians Working Together: Our Call to — (Marriott) Orange County
Solidarity Around the World - Maria Arroyo & Kevin Hartigan
2-02 Human Sexuality and Catholic Moral Teaching (Convention) 213
- Fr. Richard Benson
2-03 Make a Joyful Noise unto the Lord with Music, Music, Music! (Convention) 210 ABC
- Grayson Warren Brown
2-04 Lectio Divina: Ancient and Modern - Fr. Michael Casey (Convention) 202
2-05 This Day: Music and Daily Prayer for Elementary Children (Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
- Andrew Chinn
2-06 Bioethical Questions and the Dignity of the Human Person — (Convention) 207 D
- Fr. Gerald Coleman
2-07 Numbers 11: “Kill Me Now” - Patrick Donovan (Convention) 210 D
2-08 Who Will Be Making Your End-of-Life Decisions? — (Convention) 209
- Amy Florian
2-09 Do We Need a Vatican III? - Dr. Richard Gaillardetz (Sheraton) Palm Rooms
2-10 Circling the Wagons: Ministering to Junior High Youth (Convention) 211
- Dr. Carole Goodwin
2-11 The Mission of Liturgical Music: To Change Hearts - David Haas — (Convention) 303
2-12 Thomas Merton and Dorothy Day: Pilgrims and Prophets (Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
of Peace - Sharon Halsey-Hoover & David Hoover
2-13 Songs of Justice and Peace - Marty Haugen & Tony Alonso — (Convention) 201 ABC
2-14 “E Abundance”: Faith Formation for the Facebook Generation (Hilton) Pacific C
(from Age 5 to 105) - Lisa Hendey
2-15 If You Build It, They Will Come - ValLimar & Frank Jansen (Convention) Ballroom C
2-16 Job, Mack and Getting Out of the Boat: Learning to Trust (Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
- Fr. David Loftus & DJ Florian
2-17 Caritas in Veritate: Pope Benedict on Social and (Marriott) Marquis North
Economic Justice - Rev. Bryan Massingale
2-18 The Judaism Jesus Believed and Practiced (Convention) Ballroom DE
- Rabbi Michael Mayersohn
2-19 The Story of the Incredible Abundance of Our God (Sheraton) Park Ballroom
- Dr. Megan McKenna
2-20 The Word From on High: The Church on Biblical Interpretation (Convention) 206
- Rev. J. Patrick Mullen
2-21 Faith, Finances and the Future: The Notre Dame Study of — (Hilton) Laguna
U.S. Pastors - Rev. Ronald Nuzzi
2-22 Does the Body Have a Future? Reconsidering the Resurrection (Sheraton) Garden Room
- Brian Robinette
2-23 Why You So Crazy? Developing the Faith of a Fool! (Convention) Arena
- Rev. R. Tony Ricard
2-24 The Naked Now: Learning to See as the Mystics See (Marriott) Marquis Center-S
- Fr. Richard Rohr
2-25 Restoring Balance to Our Body, Spirit and the World (Hilton) Pacific D
- Susan Searle
2-26 In the Year of Luke’s Gospel: Themes for Spirituality, Teaching (Convention) 212
and Preaching - Rev. Donald Senior
2-27 Communicating Chastity Effectively with Your Students (Convention) 207 ABC
- Pam Stenzel
2-28 The Primary Educators of the Faith: Parents - Victor Valenzuela (Convention) 201 D
2-70 Vietnamese Workshop - Bro. Fortunat Phong (Convention) 205
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Friday, March 19, 2010 • 3:00 - 4:30 pm PERIOD 3
WORKSHOP AUDIO LOCATION
3-01 Abundant Parish Life: The Value of Belonging - Leisa Anslinger (Convention) 205
3-02 Youth Ministry 101: Beyond Pizza and Paintball (Convention) 201 ABC
- Bruce Baumann
3-03 Mourning into Dancing - Betsey Beckman (Sheraton) Tiffany Terrace
3-04 A Parish in Transition: The Journey of Individual and (Hilton) Laguna
Corporate Grief - Rev. Patrick Brennan
3-05 “I Am with You Always” – Jesus’ Promise Fulfilled (Convention) 213

Schedule
- Monica Brown & Hilary Musgrave
3-06 The Good Catechist - Sr. Carol Cimino (Clarion) Orangewood
3-07 Models of Masculinity in the Scriptures (Convention) 212
- Fr. Jim Clarke & Stephen Picha
3-08 The Common Priesthood: Why We Need the Ordained and (Convention) 202
Why the Ordained Need Us - Paul Ford
3-09 Celebrating the Second Baptism: Reclaiming the Power of the (Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
Sacrament of Reconciliation - Fr. Richard Fragomeni
3-10 A Gospel Call and Response to the HIV/AIDS Pandemic — (Sheraton) Garden Room
- Sr. Toni Lynn Gallagher
3-11 The Cross and the Anesthetized World - Dr. Greer Gordon (Marriott) Orange County
3-12 High School-age Catechesis: Working with the Bishops’ (Convention) 208
Curriculum Framework - Dr. Thomas Groome
3-13 So What About the Young Adults? 10 Things Every Church (Convention) 209
Worker Should Know - Paul Jarzembowski
3-14 Women in Luke and John: Incredible Abundance of Sinners (Convention) Ballroom AB
and Saints - Rev. Felix Just
3-15 Sports, Heroes, the Media and Faith - Fr. Richard Leonard — (Marriott) Marquis North
3-16 One Dynamic Catholic - Matthew Kelly — (Convention) Arena
3-17 The Jesuit Guide to Life - Rev. James Martin (Marriott) Marquis Center-S
3-18 Faith Development Through the Life Span – As Educators! (Convention) 201 D
- Mariette Martineau
3-19 Care and Treatment Decisions for Compromised Patients and — (Convention) 211
Those at the End of Life - Rev. Tadeusz Pacholczyk
3-20 Dead Man Walking - The Journey Continues - Helen Prejean (Convention) Ballroom DE
3-21 Praying, Playing and Growing in Faith: Creative Ideas for — (Convention) 206
Working with Preschoolers - Kate Ristow
3-22 Four Questions, Four Paths, One Great Journey: The Hidden (Convention) 203
Power of the Gospels - Alexander Shaia
3-23 Defining Wholeness in Daily Life (Convention) 207 ABC
- Maggie Davis & Carol Showalter
3-24 Joyful Abundant Blessings That Grace Us (Convention) 204
- Sr. Anne Bryan Smollin
3-25 An Astrophysical Response to Atheism - Rev. Robert Spitzer (Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
3-26 A Song of Comfort: Music for Funerals - Christopher Walker (Convention) Ballroom C
3-27 What Does a Healthy Spirituality Look Like and Feel Like? (Sheraton) Palm Rooms
- Sr. Melannie Svoboda
3-28 Why Our Students Behave the Way They Do … and What to (Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
Do About It! - Char Wenc
3-70 Vietnamese Workshop - Mong-Hang Nguyen (Convention) 210 D

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EVENTS Saturday, March 20, 2010

Saturday @ Congress

African-American Liturgy

EUCHARISTIC LITURGIES & PRAYER SERVICES


Saturday Morning Praise
Character Location Presider Music
P3 Morning Praise Arena Michelle Youssef Ed Bolduc / Gary Daigle
Kristen Firestone, reflection
Eucharistic Liturgies All liturgies begin at 5:15 pm

S1 General Hilton Pacific Ballroom Rev. Tony Ricard Tony Alonso / Donna Peña
S2 African American Marriott Marquis Ballroom Msgr. Ray East ValLimar Jansen
S3 Celtic Convention Arena Rev. Brendan McGuire Liam Lawton
S4 Indonesian Convention 303 (3rd floor) Rev. Ricky Manalo Soeriani Kheng
S5 Spanish Convention Hall B Msgr. Arturo Bañuelas Peter Kolar / Rafael Moreno
S6 Young Adult Convention Ballroom (3rd floor) Rev. Richard Leonard Jacob & Matthew
Liturgy of the Hours: Evening Prayer
In addition to our evening prayer (vespers) service, there will be extended hours tonight in Sacred Space.

P4 Evening Prayer 5:15 pm Convention 210 (2nd floor) Clare Henning Chris de Silva

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SATURDAY EVENTS
MORNING PRAISE
SATURDAY SCHEDULE
Arena – 8:00 am 8:00 am
Our morning will begin with Ed Bolduc and Gary Daigle leading us in song and On-site registration
praise celebrating our faith. Our presider will be Michelle Youssef with Kristen (Prefunction area)
Firestone offering a reflection. We gather and celebrate together the “Incredible Morning Praise (Arena)
Abundance” of the unfolding new day.
8:30 am
Keynote: Mitch Albom
SATURDAY KEYNOTE (Arena)
Arena – 8:30 am

Schedule
MITCH ALBOM 10:00 - 11:30 am
Period 4 Workshops
“Have a Little Faith”
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
T
Through story and testimony we will delight in God’s incredible and
LUNCH
aabundant gift of faith. This keynote presentation will relate how the
ffaith of one man was reawakened, and his eyes opened to both the 11:45 am - 12:30 pm
power off belief
b l and the quiet, inspiring lives that men and women of God lead Music (Arena)
everyday. – Peter Kolar & Rafael Moreno
Holy Cross Marimba Ensemble
SATURDAY LUNCHTIME ENTERTAINMENT Music (Hall B)
– ValLimar & Frank Jansen
Arena – 11:45 am - 12:30 pm
Outdoor Stage
PETER KOLAR & THE HOLY CROSS MARIMBA – Vietnamese Dance Troupe
ENSEMBLE WITH RAFAEL MORENO 1:00 - 2:30 pm
T acclaimed Holy Cross Marimba Ensemble is joined by
The Period 5 Workshops
popular
pop artist Rafael Moreno for this special Congress appearance. The
lar arti 3:00 - 4:30 pm
Marimba Ensemble, under the direction of Peter Kolar, is an amazing Period 6 Workshops
group of young Latino performers from inner-city Chicago. They have ddelighted
li ht d
5:15 pm
audiences nationwide with their unique sound and inspiring story. Rafael Moreno’s Eucharistic Liturgies
charismatic songs are known throughout all of Latin America. Together, they will & Prayer Service
captivate your soul and senses as you dance the lunch hour away!
8:00 pm
Concert (Arena)
Hall B – 11:45 am - 12:30 pm
Sacred Illuminations
VALLIMAR & FRANK JANSEN (Convention 213)
J ValLimar and Frank Jansen for a lunchtime concert that celebrates
Join 9:00 pm - midnight
tthe incredible abundance of God’s creation and our commitment to its Young Adult Dance
ccare. Come, relax and enjoy a musical experience that is guaranteed (Marriott Marquis)
to lif
lift your spirit and fill your heart with gratitude and joy. 9:30 - 11:30 pm
Gathering Place/Lounge
(Marriott Elite)
Outdoor (near Arena Fountain) – 11:45 am - 12:30 pm

VIETNAMESE FOLK DANCE TROUPE/LASALLIAN YOUTH Registration Hours


8:00 am - 3:00 pm
WITH BRO. FORTUNAT PHONG
W
(Prefunction Lobby)
T
Travel to exotic and festive Vietnam for lunch at our Outdoor location Exhibit Hours
– on the
th east side of the Arena, near the Arena Fountain. Come, see how young 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Vietnamese use the art of graceful dance, colorful costumes and drum to catechize (Hall A)
and celebrate the Catholic faith in a festive yet spiritual way. You will have the Sacred Space
opportunity to drum and dance too! It’s an opportunity you won’t easily forget! 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
(Convention 304)
SATURDAY EVENING CONCERT
Arena – 8:00 pm
“Let Us Bless Our God with Mariachi”
Come join in this wonderful musical celebration of
God’s incredible abundance reflected in the songs
of Anna Betancourt, Eleazar Cortés, Donna Peña
and your host Pedro Rubalcava. Come feast and
share your faith accompanied by the well-known
and appreciated sounds of mariachi. Blessed be
God!

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EVENTS
YOUNG ADULT EUCHARISTIC LITURGY
Arena – 5:15 pm
Australian Jesuit Fr. Richard Leonard will preside over our Young Adult Liturgy with
music led by Jacob and Matthew & family! Come and join in in worship with nearly 8,000
other young adults from around the world at this celebration that highlights the gifts of
young adults.

WELCOME DANCE
Marriott Marquis Ballroom – 9:00 pm - 12 midnight
After a full day of Congress workshops, networking and celebrating liturgy, continue danc-
ing into the night with new and old friends! The cost for the Young Adult Dance is only
$7 per person. All young adults (18 and over) are invited to share in this Congress event.

THE GATHERING PLACE


Marriott Elite Ballroom – 9:30 - 11:30 pm
New at Congress! Join us for a young adult lounge experience of conversation, jazz music
and hors d’oeuvres – all for only $10. The Gathering Place is open to young adults 18
and over (ID required). Space will be limited to 100 young adults. A cash bar will be
available for those 21 and older.

MULTICULTURAL EXHIBIT
Convention Center, 2nd floor, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Presented by the many ethnic groups in the Los Angeles Archdiocese, the exhibits are a
collaborative work of the Archdiocesan Offices of Religious Education and Ethnic Ministry.

SACRED SPACE
Convention Center 304, 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Reconcilation Hours: 11:30 am - 1:00 pm & 2:30 - 3:30 pm
Take a respite from the day’s events and enter a space dedicated to facilitating a sense
of spiritual rejuvenation, offering Eucharistic Adoration in the Chapel, the Sacrament of
Reconciliation, a labyrinth, and meditative music and art.

DON’T MISS ...


MORNING EXERCISE – 6:30 - 7:30 am - Marriott Los Angeles/La Jolla
MASSAGE – 10 am - 4:30 pm – Hall A Prefunction Area
A.A. MEETING – Lunchtime - Marriott San Diego
VIETNAMESE-LANGUAGE WORKSHOPS
CELL PHONE DROP OFF – All day – Grand Arena Lobby 4-70 Fr. Hy Nguyen
5-70 Bishop Peter Nguyen Kham
6-70 Bro. Fortunat Phong
SPEAKER/AUTHOR SIGNINGS
FOLLOWING PERIOD 5 (about 2:30 pm) ASIAN PERSPECTIVE LITURGY
AUTHOR EXHIBITOR TABLE Indonesian Liturgy
Barbara Coloroso Paulist Press A Convention 303 – 5:15 pm
Sr. Helen Prejean Paulist Press B Rev. Ricky Manalo, presider
Robert Wicks Paulist Press C
Fr. Richard Rohr Paulist Press/Crossroads D FOLLOWING PERIOD 6 (about 4:30 pm)
Fr. Ronald Witherup Paulist Press E AUTHOR EXHIBITOR TABLE
Paula Huston Paraclete Press F Fr. Greg Boyle Homeboy Industries A
FOLLOWING PERIOD 5 (about 2:30 pm) Alexander Shaia Harper One B
AUTHOR EXHIBITOR TABLE Fr. Tom Rausch Liturgical Press/
Fr. J. Patrick Mullen Now You Know Media A St. Johns Abbey C
Fr. Michael Crosby Now You Know Media B Fr. Ronald Rolheiser Paulist Press D
John Allen Jr. Paulist Press C Jim Wallis Paulist Press E
Barbara Coloroso Paulist Press D Dr. David Walsh Paulist Press F
Fr. Frank Desiderio Paulist Press E Char Wenc Paulist Press G
Lynn Neu Paulist Press F Carol Showalter / Maggie Davis Paraclete Press H

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Saturday, March 20, 2010 • 10:00 - 11:30 am PERIOD 4
WORKSHOP AUDIO LOCATION
4-01 Catholic Identity 2010: Young Adults Speak! - Dr. Tom Beaudoin (Convention) 213
4-02 Re-imagining the Priesthood - Rev. Patrick Brennan (Convention) 211
4-03 Developing a Spirituality of Gratitude - Rev. Michael Crosby (Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
4-04 Just Because It’s Not Wrong Doesn’t Make It Right — (Hilton) Pacific D
- Barbara Coloroso
4-05 Why We Do What We Do: An Explanation of the Signs, Symbols, (Marriott) Marquis Center-S
Gestures, Rituals and History at Mass - Rev. John Cusick

Schedule
4-06 Sowing Seeds in Secular Soil - Dr. Michael Downey (Convention) 208
4-07 Catechesis: Revealing the Mystery of Abundance - Carole Eipers — (Convention) 201 D
4-08 Birthing the Deeper Self: Living Creatively in the Afternoon of (Convention) 203
Life - Sr. Fran Ferder & Fr. John Heagle
4-09 Reclaiming Catholicism - Dr. Thomas Groome (Clarion) Orangewood
4-10 Eight Ways to Navigate “Our Media World” (Convention) 209
- Sr. Gretchen Hailer & Sr. Rose Pacatte
4-11 “Wait Until Your Father Comes Home…”: Making the Faith (Convention) Ballroom AB
Come Alive Within Families - Mark Hart
4-12 Singing and Celebrating the Sacraments — (Convention) 210 ABC
- Marty Haugen & Tony Alonso
4-13 The Power of Pause: Becoming More By Doing Less — (Convention) Ballroom DE
- Rev. Terry Hershey
4-14 Mini-Courses for Youth and Adult Ed - Bill Huebsch (Marriott) Orange County
4-15 Dining in the Kingdom: An Exploration of — (Convention) Ballroom C
Eucharistic Spirituality - Bob Hurd & Anawim
4-16 Five Critical Strategies to Make Social Ministry Lively and — (Convention) 205
Effective - Jack Jezreel
4-17 A Gold Mine of Talent: How to Discover and Call Forth Gifts (Sheraton) Palm Rooms
of Talent in Your Parish - Rev. Daniel Mahan
4-18 The Continued Challenge of Racial Justice: The Legacy of (Convention) 206
Thomas Merton - Rev. Bryan Massingale
4-19 Forming the Faith Community - Timothy Matovina (Convention) 210 D
4-20 The Future of Ecumenism - Bishop Malcolm Patrick McMahon (Sheraton) Garden Room
4-21 Sigan la Bandera – Guadalupe’s Journey with Mexico — (Convention) 303
- Donna Peña
4-22 The Death of Innocents - Helen Prejean (Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
4-23 WE Are the Second Coming of Christ - Fr. Richard Rohr (Convention) Arena
4-24 Paul and the Ministry of Reconciliation - Rev. Donald Senior (Convention) 212
4-25 The Revised Eucharistic Prayers - Rev. Paul Turner (Convention) 202
4-26 Targeting the Foreigner: A Look at the History of Anti-Catholic (Convention) 207 ABC
Behavior in the United States - Fr. Thomas Weston
4-27 Bounce: Enhancing Spiritual and Psychological Resilience — (Convention) 204
- Robert Wicks
4-28 From Darkness to Light: Exploring Conversion in Luke-Acts (Convention) 207 D
for the Year of Luke - Rev. Ronald Witherup
4-70 Vietnamese Workshop - Rev. Hy Nguyen (Hilton) Laguna

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PERIOD 5 1:00 - 2:30 pm • Saturday, March 20, 2010
WORKSHOP AUDIO LOCATION
5-01 The Future Church: Exploring Catholicism in the 21st Century (Convention) Arena
- John Allen Jr.
5-02 Fear is Not an Option: Choices of Faith - John Angotti (Convention) 303
5-03 Calling the Children! Music for Sacraments, Seasons and (Convention) 201 ABC
Celebrations - John Burland
5-04 Parenting through Crisis: Helping Kids in Times of Loss, — (Convention) 213
Grief and Change - Barbara Coloroso
5-05 The Fullness of Life: The Pathway of St. Ignatius of Loyola (Hilton) Pacific C
- Paul Coutinho
5-06 The “Primacy of Christ” and the Pope - Rev. Michael Crosby (Convention) 207 ABC
5-07 Letting Go of a Grudge - Fr. Frank Desiderio — (Convention) Ballroom DE
5-08 HIV/AIDS Stories and Learnings: A Transformational — (Sheraton) Tiffany Terrace
Experience - Sr. Toni Lynn Gallagher
5-09 Involving Parents in Youth Ministry - Dr. Carole Goodwin (Convention) 211
5-10 Sharing Ministry for a Change: Priests and Lay Leaders Tell (Convention) 212
Their Story - Dr. Michael Horan & Panel
5-11 Church Language, College Life and Morals: Is There Any (Convention) 203
Common Ground? - Fr. Patrick LaBelle
5-12 A Time for Healing - Liam Lawton — (Marriott) Marquis Center-S
5-13 “Like Us In All Things But Sin”: A Biblical Look at the (Convention) Ballroom AB
Divinity and the Humanity of Jesus - Rev. J. Patrick Mullen
5-14 The Genius of African-American Liturgical Experiences (Marriott) Orange County
Revisited: An Incredible Abundance Waiting to Be Realized
- Rev. J-Glenn Murray
5-15 Catechesis and Multiple Intelligence Theory - Rev. Ronald Nuzzi — (Sheraton) Palm Rooms
5-16 Same Lord, New Soundtrack - Anna Scally (Convention) 209
5-17 Catechumenal Catechesis: Vision, Practice, Resources (Convention) 201 D
- James Schellman
5-18 Mindful Breath and Meditation for Truthful Living - Susan Searle (Hilton) Pacific D
5-19 Catechetical Strategies for Special Needs Children (Convention) 210 D
- Christine & Michael Way Skinner
5-20 The Parish as a Gifted Community - Bro. Loughlan Sofield (Hilton) Laguna
5-21 Being an “Incredible” and “Abundant” Catholic in the 2lst Century: — (Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
Three Virtues That Are Really Needed! - Fr. Dick Sparks
5-22 Parents Matter: Equipping Parents to Pass on Their Values (Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
and Faith - Pam Stenzel
5-23 A Perennial Pro-life Philosophy - Rev. Robert Spitzer (Convention) 206
5-24 Principles and Passion for Parish Bible Study (Convention) 208
- Catherine Upchurch
5-25 Children, the Word and Music (Convention) Ballroom C
- Christopher Walker & Sr. Paule Freeburg
5-26 Catechetical Leaders and the Future: Generational Perspectives (Sheraton) Garden Room
- Thomas Walters
5-27 Rediscovering the Significance of Baptism - David Wells (Sheraton) Park Ballroom
5-28 Do What the Spirit Say Do: African-American Spirituality (Convention) 205
- Dr. C. Vanessa White
5-70 Vietnamese Workshop - Bishop Peter Nguyen Van Kham (Convention) 202

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Saturday, March 20, 2010 • 3:00 - 4:30 pm PERIOD 6
WORKSHOP AUDIO LOCATION
6-01 Engage People in Faith and Life - Leisa Anslinger (Convention) 207 D
6-02 The Wisdom of the Elders: Evangelization and Tradition (Convention) 211
- Scott Appleby
6-03 Engaging Faith in the World: A Spirituality of Solidarity for (Convention) 203
Young People - Thomas Awiapo & Ted Miles
6-04 Gay and Lesbian Catholics: Church Teaching and Pastoral — (Hilton) Pacific D
Approaches - Dr. Tom Beaudoin with Fr. Richard Benson,
Sr. Fran Ferder and Bishop Raul Vera Lopez

Schedule
6-05 St. Paul as the Model for the Catholic Teacher (Marriott) Marquis North
- Rev. Lawrence Boadt
6-06 Jesus, Gang Members and Attachment: Creating a Secure Base (Convention) 204
for Those on the Margins - Rev. Gregory Boyle
6-07 Sing the Seasons - Richard Cheri & Good Ground — (Convention) 303
6-08 Advance Directives and Catholic Teaching - Fr. Gerald Coleman — (Convention) 206
6-09 Preparing and Celebrating the Scrutinies: The Heart of Lent (Marriott) Orange County
- Dr. Jerry Galipeau
6-10 When Grief Comes to the Workplace - Rev. Richard Gilbert (Hilton) Laguna
6-11 To Be a Servant: The Vocational Call of Liturgical Musicians — (Convention) Ballroom C
- David Haas
6-12 From Wounded to Healed: The (Impossible?) Art of Forgiving (Hilton) Pacific C
- Paula Huston
6-13 Get On Board! Musical Liturgy as Model of Faith Formation (Convention) 201 ABC
- Tom Kendzia with ValLimar & Frank Jansen
6-14 NCYAMA: A National Network for Reaching Young Adults – (Sheraton) Garden Room
and How It Can Help You - Paul Jarzembowski
6-15 Incredible Abundance: Embracing Multiculturalism — (Sheraton) Tiffany Terrace
- Eva Marie Lumas
6-16 Unlocking the Secrets of Liturgy with Youth - Jesse Manibusan (Marriott) Marquis Center-S
6-17 Means, Methods, Moments: Engaging Adults in Faith Formation (Convention) 205
- Mariette Martineau & Joan Weber
6-18 The Story of the Incredible Abundance of Our Lives and Souls (Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
- Dr. Megan McKenna
6-19 What Can We Learn from the Evangelical Churches? (Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
- Fr. Martin Pable
6-20 Meeting the Living God: Beyond a Culturally Determined Faith (Convention) 210 ABC
- Rev. Thomas Rausch
6-21 Living Inside Overabundance: The Innate Tensions (Convention) Ballroom DE
- Rev. Ronald Rolheiser
6-22 The Ecstatic Clarity of John: A Profoundly “New” Easter (Clarion) Orangewood
Triduum Celebration - Alexander Shaia
6-23 Fueling the Volunteer’s Generator – No Batteries Needed! (Convention) 207 ABC
- Vikki Shepp
6-24 The Practical Pursuit of Wholeness in Body, Mind and Spirit (Convention) 213
- Carol Showalter & Maggie Davis
6-25 Forming Strong Catholic Teens by Building Strong (Convention) 209
Catholic Families - Michael Theisen
6-26 When the Market Became God - Jim Wallis (Convention) Arena
6-27 A Test for the Modern Church: Media and Catechesis — (Sheraton) Palm Rooms
- Dr. David Walsh
6-28 Help God! Parenting Is Not as Easy as It Looks - Char Wenc (Convention) 208
6-70 Vietnamese Workshop - Bro. Fortunat Phong (Convention) 201 D
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Sunday, March 21, 2010 EVENTS

Sunday at Congress

Schedule
SPEAKER / ARTIST BOOK & CD SIGNING
FOLLOWING PERIOD 7 (about 11:30 am)
AUTHOR EXHIBITOR TABLE
José-Román Flecha Andrés A
Fr. Felix Just Now You Know Media B
John Allen Jr. Paulist Press C
Fr. Richard Leonard Paulist Press D
Jim Wallis Paulist Press E
Robert Wicks Paulist Press F
ASIAN PERSPECTIVE WORKSHOPS Paula Huston Paraclete Press G
ENGLISH Fr. Michael Casey Paraclete Press H
7-70 Bishop Peter Nguyen Kham FOLLOWING PERIOD 8 (about 2:30 pm)
VIETNAMESE AUTHOR EXHIBITOR TABLE
8-70 Mong-Hang Nguyen Fr. Matthew Kessler Liguori Publications A
Lynn Neu Paulist Press B
Rabbi Michael Mayersohn Paulist Press C
Arena Workshop

EUCHARISTIC LITURGIES
NOTE: There will be the third scrutiny for the Elect and an RCIA dismissal during both Sunday Eucharistic Liturgies.
All Elect, catechumens and candidates present are invited to participate. Reserved Arena seating will be provided.
Character Location Presider Music
A1 Morning Liturgy 8:00 am Convention Center Arena Bishop Tod Brown Congress Choir 2010
A2 Closing Liturgy 3:30 pm Convention Center Arena Cardinal Roger Mahony Congress Choir 2010

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SUNDAY EVENTS Sunday, March 21, 2010
MORNING LITURGY
SUNDAY SCHEDULE
8:00 am Arena – 8:00 - 9:30 am
On-site registration BISHOP TOD BROWN, PRESIDER
(Prefunction area)
A the start of the day unfolds, we share an opportunity to gather as a
As
Morning Praise ccommunity of faith to give thanks. Bishop Tod Brown of the Diocese
8:00 - 9:30 am of Orange,
Orange C Calif., will lead us in celebrating our nourishing Word and Sacrament
Eucharistic Liturgy as we go forth sharing of God’s Incredible Abundance.
(Arena)
8:30 am SUNDAY ENGLISH ADDRESS
Morning Addresses
Convention Ballroom AB – 8:30 am
English: Sr. Barbara Fiand
(Convention Ballroom AB) BARBARA FIAND, SND DE N
Spanish: Bishop Gregorio Chavez
“Harnessing for God the Energies of Love”
(Hall B)
W
What does this challenge by Teilhard de Chardin mean for us today,
10:00 - 11:30 am and
d ffor the
h earth we call our home? How do we generate compassion in a com-
Period 7 Workshops munity of life and become beacons of hope? As we reflect on the worldview
11:30 am - 1:00 pm opened for us by contemporary science, we may gain some insights to help us
LUNCH address these questions.
11:45 am - 12:30 pm
Music (Arena) SUNDAY LUNCHTIME ENTERTAINMENT
– Monica’s Joy with Arena – 11:45 am - 12:30 pm
Chris de Silva & Gary Daigle
MONICA’S JOY WITH CHRIS DE SILVA
Music (Hall B)
– Dr.Iven AND GARY DAIGLE, FEATURING CROSS
A

1:00 - 2:30 pm GENERATION


Period 8 Workshops Multigifted and multigenerational, these talented artists represent the
3:30 pm brightest and best of contemporary Catholic music. From energizing
Closing Eucharistic and upbeat to contemplative and soulful, let this eclectic group inspire
Liturgy (Arena) and enrich your lunch hour.

Registration Hours
Hall B – 11:45 am - 12:30 pm
8:00 am - 12 noon
(Prefunction area) DR.IVEN
Exhibit Hours T
Their lyrics are honest, raw and intriguing; their music runs
8:00 am - 3:00 pm the gamut from commercial to heavy, delicate to groovy.
th
(Hall A) This
Thi original
i i l rock
k bband has always possessed the ability to create a variety of
Sacred Space landscapes with their words, melodies and instrumentation. Fresh off a Catholic
10:00 am - 1:00 pm parish/school U.S. tour with their M3 Workshops, Dr.Iven will be bringing their
(Convention 304) legendary high-energy show directly to you! Experience the “rock” in our faith
– No Reconciliation Times Today – during your Sunday lunch time activity!
Multicultural Exhibit
9:00 am - 2:30 pm CLOSING LITURGY
(Convention 2nd floor) Arena – 3:30 pm
CARDINAL ROGER MAHONY, PRESIDER
A Congress 2010 draws to a close, we come together to pray, to
As
ccelebrate and to go forth to a life renewed with Incredible
Abundance.
Ab d We witness to our new life in Christ, and place our lives
and ministry at the service of God’s people in the world. Our Closing
Liturgy, led by Los Angeles Cardinal Roger Mahony, will feature the
200-plus voice Congress Choir ’10, under the direction of John Flaherty.

AND DON’T MISS ...


CELL PHONE DROP OFF – All day – Grand Arena Lobby
MORNING EXERCISE – 6:30 - 7:30 am - Marriott Los Angeles/La Jolla
MASSAGE – 10 am - 4:30 pm – Hall A Prefunction Area
FREE SOUVENIR ePOSTCARD – Tech Center in Hall A

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Sunday, March 21, 2010 • 10:00 - 11:30 am PERIOD 7
WORKSHOP AUDIO LOCATION
7-01 All Things Catholic: What’s Hot and What’s Not in the Church (Convention) Arena
- John Allen Jr.
7-02 Eternal Life: A Self-Help Guide - Scott Appleby (Convention) 206
7-03 Spirituality and Abundance for the Future of Our Church (Convention) 205
- Msgr. Arturo Bañuelas
7-04 The Dance of Faith - Betsey Beckman (Sheraton) Tiffany Terrace
7-05 Shekinah – Presence: Seen, Heard, Touched and Felt… (Convention) 209

Schedule
- Monica Brown & Hilary Musgrave
7-06 The Majesty of Grace, the Power of the Spirit (Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
- Grayson Warren Brown
7-07 A Woman’s Cup Overflows with Abundant Energy (Convention) Ballroom AB
- Sr. Kathy Bryant
7-08 Approaching Contemplative Prayer - Fr. Michael Casey (Convention) 210 ABC
7-09 Speak My Word Today: Using Music to Bring Scripture to Life (Convention) 203
for Elementary Children - Andrew Chinn
7-10 Passing the Baton: Intergenerational Evangelization and (Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
Catechesis - Msgr. Ray East
7-11 Youth Learning and Growing in Faith as Part of the Parish (Convention) 202
Community - Tom East
7-12 Lord, What Have I Gotten Myself Into? - Steven Ellair (Convention) 201 ABC
7-13 Praying Like a Monk: A Contemplative Path Through the Chaos (Sheraton) Park Ballroom
- Paula Huston
7-14 Luke and Acts: Abundant Presence of the Holy Spirit (Convention) Ballroom DE
- Rev. Felix Just
7-15 The Jesus Question - Matthew Kelly — (Marriott) Marquis Center-S
7-16 Marketing Your Ministry - Colette Kennett (Convention) 208
7-17 Transforming “Transformers” - Fr. Richard Leonard — (Marriott) Orange County
7-18 Engage Your Parish! Straight Talk on How to Increase Parishioners (Convention) 207 ABC
Level of Service, Giving and Invitation - Rev. Daniel Mahan
7-19 Aggiornamento: Moving Parishes to the Next Level (Convention) 207 D
- Fr. Brendan McGuire
7-20 Ecumenism in Practice - Bishop Malcolm Patrick McMahon (Hilton) Laguna
7-21 The Spirituality of the Catechist: Re-igniting the Flame (Convention) 201 D
- Joe Paprocki
7-22 Caring for the Caregiver - LeAnn Thieman (Convention) 212
7-23 Gospel People Believe the News Is Good - Catherine Upchurch (Convention) 210 D
7-24 New Habits of the Heart - Jim Wallis (Hilton) Pacific D
7-25 Connecting Young Adults with the Faith Community (Convention) 211
- Joan Weber
7-26 Prayerfulness: Navigating the Perils and Joys of Spiritual — (Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
Intimacy - Robert Wicks
7-27 How to Raise Caring Children - Dr. John Yzaguirre (Marriott) Marquis North
7-70 Sisters Exchanging Gifts - Bishop Peter Nguyen Van Kham (Sheraton) Palm Rooms
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PERIOD 8 1:00 - 2:30 pm • Sunday, March 21, 2010
WORKSHOP AUDIO LOCATION
8-01 The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Small Group Leaders (Hilton) Pacific D
- Bruce Baumann
8-02 Loving and Understanding the Bible through Lectio Divina (Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
- Rev. Lawrence Boadt
8-03 Equal Opportunity: Why Standards Matter - Sr. Carol Cimino (Sheraton) Garden Room
8-04 Embracing the God of Everywhere - Paul Coutinho (Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
8-05 What? Me Lead the Prayer? - Amy Florian — (Hilton) Pacific C
8-06 Grief and Our Older Adults - Rev. Richard Gilbert (Convention) 207 ABC
8-07 Right Relations and Gentle Conversations - Dr. Greer Gordon (Convention) 210 ABC
8-08 Incredible iAbundance: Catechizing Adults with New Media (Sheraton) Palm Rooms
Technologies - Lisa Hendey
8-09 Return to the Passion - Tom Kendzia (Convention) Ballroom C
8-10 Moving from Requirement to Entitlement: The Young Adult (Convention) 208
Journey from Inheritance to Ownership - Fr. Patrick LaBelle
8-11 Multicultural Catechesis: What, Why, How - Eva Marie Lumas — (Convention) 207 D
8-12 The Prophecy of Isaiah - Rabbi Michael Mayersohn (Convention) Ballroom AB
8-13 Life in Abundance? Catholic Teaching on the Environment and (Convention) 209
Impact on Poor People - Daniel Misleh
8-14 Standing in the Need of Prayer - Lynn Neu (Convention) 203
8-15 How to Share Our Faith with Seekers (Without Being Obnoxious) (Marriott) Orange County
- Fr. Martin Pable
8-16 Love Evolves: Divine Creativity in Evolutionary Perspective (Convention) 205
- Brian Robinette
8-17 Was Jesus a Jazz Musician? Music and Mystics in the Flow of (Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
Spirit - Rev. Philip Roderick
8-18 RCIA: Transforming the Church? - James Schellman (Convention) 201 D
8-19 Debates in the Bible: Invitations to Dialogue with the (Convention) 213
Old Testament - Dr. Daniel Smith-Christopher
8-20 Laughter: The Abundant Gift We Give and Receive (Convention) Arena
- Sr. Anne Bryan Smollin
8-21 Why Be Catholic? What Makes Us “Distinct”? - Fr. Dick Sparks — (Convention) Ballroom DE
8-22 With the Dawn Rejoicing: A Reflection on Pain and Hope (Convention) 212
- Sr. Melannie Svoboda
8-23 Creative Programming for Junior High Ministry (Hilton) Laguna
- Michael Theisen
8-24 Making A Difference: Bringing Realism to K-12 Parish (Convention) 211
Programs - Thomas Walters
8-25 Every Day Above Ground Is a Good One! Learning to (Sheraton) Park Ballroom
Appreciate God’s Abundance - David Wells
8-26 Don’t Get Weary: Care of Self as Minister - Dr. C. Vanessa White (Convention) 206
8-70 Vietnamese Workshop - Mong-Hang Nguyen (Convention) 210 D

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BIENVENIDO
2010 CONGRESO DE

Bienvenido a Congreso
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19-21 DE MARZO

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Marzo, 2010

Es un placer darles la bienvenida a nuestro Congreso Anual de Educación Religiosa.


Esta reunión extraordinaria nos da la oportunidad de renovar nuestro compromiso de
transmitir la gran riqueza de nuestra fe Católica: nuestras creencias, ritos y tradiciones
espirituales.
El tema elegido para el Congreso 2010 nos ilustra la historia de la “abundancia
increíble” de Dios que desborda en amor y compasión a lo largo de la historia y hasta
nuestros días. Es una promesa de restauración para los exiliados, un recuerdo del Espíri-
tu dador de vida; y que en Jesús es una celebración del esplendor y poder de Dios quien
revive y revitaliza. “Yo vine para que tengan vida y la tengan en abundancia” (Juan
10:10).
Estoy muy complacido de que ustedes dediquen el tiempo necesario para ser renovados
y enriquecidos por gran variedad de excelentes talleres, presentadores, celebraciones
litúrgicas y las demás oportunidades que se ofrecen durante el fin de semana. Su
liderazgo y participación es admirable, especialmente en estos tiempos de desafío.
Ustedes son un don y una bendición para nuestras comunidades de fe parroquiales.
Cuenten con mi apoyo continuo en sus labores de compartir tan generosamente la
“Buena Nueva” de nuestra historia y tradición católica. Pido a Dios abundantes
bendiciones sobre cada uno de ustedes, sus familias y sus comunidades parroquiales.
Sinceramente en Cristo,

Su Eminencia
Cardenal Roger Mahony
Arzobispo de Los Angeles

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Marzo 2010

Darles, una vez más, la bienvenida a nuestro fabuloso congreso es siempre una gran alegría. Este
fin de semana ofrece varias oportunidades para encuentros, reflexión y un renovado empeño en
proclamar las riquezas de nuestra historia sagrada.
Nuestro tema “Abundancia Increíble” inspirado en las lecturas del quinto domingo de Cuaresma
nos recuerda la abundante gracia de Dios que se desborda en actos de amor y misericordia. Las
fuerzas de la muerte y desesperación se superan. Las piedras y asperezas que obstaculizan el flujo
de la vida son removidas por las palabras de Jesús quien trae la nueva vida.
Como ustedes recordarán, se ha establecido la Fundación de Educación Religiosa en la Arquidióce-
sis de Los Angeles para la formación y educación continua de los Directores de Educación Religio-
sa, Formadores de Adultos, de Jóvenes y Ministerios Juveniles. Actualmente este fondo apoya a 10
estudiantes para obtener su Maestría en Educación Religiosa. Las donaciones dadas en las distintas
liturgias del sábado durante el Congreso del 2009 alcanzaron los $40,207. Agradecemos también a
quienes realizaron una contribución especial a este fondo mediante su registración en nuestro sitio.
Ofrecemos una diversidad de oportunidades, celebraciones litúrgicas inspiradas, entretenimientos
y expresiones multiculturales que son una bendición. Ustedes están cordialmente invitados a
caminar en el laberinto, a participar del sacramento de Reconciliación o a disfrutar momentos de
quietud en el espacio sagrado. Conscientes de nuestra responsabilidad común de cuidar la tierra y
todo lo creado, tendremos una “exhibición especial” con recursos y oportunidades para intercam-
biar ideas y reunir esfuerzos en esta importante labor.
Una vez más, agradezco su presencia, su constante participación y la esperanza que ustedes tan
generosamente comparten con sus comunidades de fe. Espero poder saludarlos personalmente
durante estos días de “abundancia increíble.”
Gracias por su maravilloso liderazgo y su invariable compromiso para enunciar su “Sí” al mantener
la visión de Jesús como punto central a todo lo que son y hacen.

Hasta verles y saludarles personalmente en este gran evento. Quedo de ustedes

Cariñosamente,

Hna. Edith Prendergast, RSC


Directora de la Oficina de Educación Religiosa

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EVENTOS
<EXPOSICIÓN ESPECIAL

Puntos culminantes Viernes - domingo


Grand Arena Lobby
¿Quién está debajo de tu huella de
carbono? Ven a explorar las historias
y las imágenes de personas más vul-
CHAT CON EL CARDENAL> nerables de nuestro mundo que sufren el
Viernes, 10:15 - 12 – Tech Center mayor impacto del cambio climático; no
Únete a nosotros en la mañana del obstante, su poca contribución al prob-
viernes para chatear con el cardinal de lema. Descubre respuestas inspiradas y
Los Ángeles, Roger Mahony, quien potentes al cambio climático.
iniciará su 14ta sesión online, con
estudiantes en primer lugar y posteri- <POESÍA DE DAVID WHYTE
ormente, con personas de todo el país. Viernes, 8 pm – Convención 207
Únete al poeta David Whyte en un
recorrido de tradición poética, mirando
los umbrales que los seres humanos

Español
tienen que atravesar para vivir en un
mejor modo, más rico, más valiente
MUESTRA DE CINE. 2010>
y más generoso la propia vida, no ob-
Viernes, 8 -10 pm – Convención 201 stante las circunstancias externas.
Este año, “Film Showcase 2010,”
en colaboración con la Universidad
Loyola Marymount, presenta extrac-
tos de un número de largometrajes nar-
rativos, cortometrajes, documentales <VELADA CONMEMORATIVA
y películas basan en la doctrina social Viernes, 8 pm – Convención Hall B
católica, la justicia, el ministerio, es- Velada conmemorativa en honor al legado
piritualidad y teología. de Mons. Oscar Romero. Una presentación
multimedia sobre la vida y legado de fe de
Mons. Romero en su 30 aniversario del gozo
de su resurrección en el pueblo de Dios.
ESPACIO SAGRADO>
Viernes a domingo – Convención 304
“Sacred Space” regresa una vez más a
su casa en el tercer piso del Centro de
Convenciones, con horario prolonga-
do el día sábado. El mismo ofrecerá
la Adoración Eucarística en la capilla, <ILUMINACIONES SAGRADAS
el Sacramento de la Reconciliación, el
Sábado, 8 - 9 pm – Convención 213
laberinto, arte y música de meditación.
Nuevamente regresa al Congreso 2010
las “Sacred Illuminations,” coreografía
mística de luz y sonido. Incorporando
las innovaciones del arte fotográfico
SELF-CARE/MOVEMENT> y reflexiones de Hna. Rose Marie
Tulacz, SND, reflejarán la Abundancia
Viernes a domingo – 6:30 - 7:30 am
Increíble del sagrado, de la quietud, de
Marriott Los Angeles / La Jolla la forma, del divino, a nuestra humani-
Nuestra fe nos llama a cuidar la cre- dad. Ven a reflexionar y rezar.
ación de Dios que incluye también
nuestro propio cuerpo! Acompaña a
Susan Searle cada uno de los días <RECUERDOS CONGRESO
del Congreso. Ella nos guiará a reali-
De viernes a domingo - Salón A
zar algunos movimientos tranquilos
Asegúrese de no perderse nuestras re-
y relajantes que facilitarán nuestro
cuerdos del congresos – prendedores,
contacto con la presencia de Dios en
lapiceras, imanes y mucho más!
nuestras vidas.

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HORARIO 2010 CONGRESO DE EDUCACIÓN RELIGIOSA
JUEVES, 18 DE MARZO
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Para recoger su guía del programa – (Area de prefunción)

VIERNES, 19 DE MARZO
8:00 am Inscripción abierta – (Area de prefunción)
8:30 am - 9:30 am Oración y Bienvenida – (Arena)
10:00 am - 11:30 am Primera Sesión de talleres
11:30 am - 1:00 pm ALMUERZO
11:45 am - 12:30 pm Música: Jacob & Matthew – (Arena)
Música: Jesse Manibusan y Santiago Fernández – (Sala B)
Música: Good Ground – (Afuera de la Arena, area de la fuente)
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm Segunda Sesión de talleres
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm Tercera Sesión de talleres
5:15 pm Servicio de Oración – (210, segundo piso)
LITURGIAS EUCARÍSTICAS (vea diario programa)
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm Velada Conmemorativa: Obispo Oscar Romero – (207, segundo piso)
8:00 pm - 10:30 pm Concierto: “Friday Night LIVE Rock ‘n’ Praise” – (Arena)
Film Showcase 2010 – (Hilton Pacific Ballroom)
9:30 pm Lamento – (210, segundo piso)
SÁBADO, 20 DE MARZO
8:00 am Inscripción abierta – (Area de prefunción)
Alabanza matutina – (Arena)
8:30 am Discurso: Mitch Albom – (sin traducción, Arena)
10:00 am - 11:30 am Cuarta Sesión de talleres
11:30 am - 1:00 pm ALMUERZO
11:45 am - 12:30 pm Música: Peter Kolar y Holy Cross Marimba Ensemble – (Arena)
Música: ValLimar y Frank Jansen – (Sala B)
Música: Vietnamita Troupe – (Afuera de la Arena, area de la fuente)
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm Quinta Sesión de talleres
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm Sexta Sesión de talleres
5:15 pm Servicio de Oración – (210, segundo piso)
LITURGIAS EUCARÍSTICAS (vea diario programa)
8:00 pm - 9:00 pm Sacred Illuminations – (213, segundo piso)
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm Concierto: “Bendigamos a nuestro Dios con Mariachi” – (Arena)
9:30 pm - 11:30 pm Social de jóvenes – (Marriott Elite)
9:30 pm - 12:00 am Baile de jóvenes – (Marriott Marquis)
DOMINGO, 21 DE MARZO
8:00 am Inscripción abierta – (Area de prefunción)
8:00 am - 9:30 am LITURGIA EUCARÍSTICA – (Arena)
8:30 am Asamblea (Español): Obispo Gregorio Rosa Chávez – (Sala B)
Asamblea General (Inglés): Hna. Barbara Fiand – (Salón AB)
10:00 am - 11:30 am Séptima Sesión de talleres
11:30 am - 1:00 pm ALMUERZO
11:45 am - 12:30 pm Música: Monica’s Joy con Chris de Silva y Gary Daigle – (Arena)
Música: Dr.Iven – (Sala B)
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm Octava Sesión de talleres
3:30 pm LITURGIA EUCARÍSTICA DE CLAUSURA – (Arena)
HORARIO DE INSCRIPCIÓN:
ESPACIO SAGRADO EN
Viernes y Sábado 8:00 am - 3:00 pm CONVENCIONES 304 (3O PISO)
Domingo 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
Viernes 10:00 am - 3:30 pm
Lugar Area de prefunción
Sábado 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
HORARIO DE EXHIBICIONES: Domingo 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Viernes y Sábado 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Incluyendo:
Domingo 8:00 am - 3:00 pm • El Laberinto • Capilla
Lugar Sala A (Hall A) • Música en Vivo • Obras de Arte
EXHIBICIÓN MULTICULTURAL: • Adoración al Santísimo
Viernes y Sábado 9:00 am - 5:00 pm • Sacramento de Reconciliación/Confesión
Domingo 9:00 am - 2:30 pm
Lugar Area de prefunción, segundo piso

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INFORMACIÓN
ARTICULOS PERDIDOS HORAS DE EXIBICIÓN
Si usted encontró o perdió algo, por favor diríjase al Las exhibiciones están localizadas en el Pasillo A
salón de Convenciones AR 1. (Hall A). Ver páginas 99-104 con el listado de las
AUDIO-GRABACIÓN exhibiciones. Las exhibiciones abrirán durante las
Muchas de las sesiones serán grabadas (indicado con el siguientes horas:
símbolo de ). Los audiocasetes estarán disponibles Viernes: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
a la venta en el puesto de casetes del Centro de Con- Sábado: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
venciones localizado al este del Pasillo A (Hall A). Domingo: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
CENTRO DE MENSAJES TELEFÓNICOS INFORMACION ACERCA DE LOS SALONES DE
El centro de mensajes, situado en el Pasillo A (Hall A), HOSPITALIDAD
puede recibir mensajes. Para dejar un mensaje, llamen Para dar o conseguir información acerca del salón
al (714) 765-8883 o (714) 765-8884. de hospitalidad de su parroquia, favor de revisar el
Viernes: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm pizarrón de información en el Pasillo A (Hall A).
Sábado: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm PRIMEROS AUXILIOS
Domingo: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm Una estación de Primeros Auxilios para problemas de
COMIDA / CONCESIONES salud rutinarios estará localizada en la galería afuera
El Centro de Convenciones ofrece diariamente dife- del área del Pasillo A (Hall A).
rentes opciones de comida en el Pasillo A (Hall A). RESERVACIONES DE RESTAURANTE

Español
Desayuno Continental: 8:00 am - 9:30 am En Además de nuestra lista en las páginas 80-81, en
Almuerzo: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm la galería a fuera del área del Hall A puede encontrar
Carritos de concesiones: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm menus y a la vez hacer reservaciones:
ESTACIONAMIENTO Viernes y Sábado: 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
El estacionamiento durante el día está disponible Domingo: 11:00 am - 3:30 pm
en la estructura de estacionamiento del Centro de TELEFONOS CELULARES / PAGERS
Convenciones al precio de $10 por día sin privilegios Como señal de respeto hacia los conferenciastas y
de entradas y salidas. otros participantes, por favor apaguen sus teléfonos y
pagers durante las liturgias y talleres.

INFORMACIÓN DEL CONFERENCISTA


GAFETES / BOLETOS TALLERES
Los gafetes con sus nombres deberán ser portados Para asistir a los talleres debe tener el boleto apropiado
en todo momento. Los boletos son necesarios para para ese taller. Nadie podrá entrar a los talleres sin
la admisión tanto en las sesiones generales como en boleto. Puede usar su boleto para asistir al taller de la
los talleres. Arena o la Sala B pero este taller no es para personas
RESERVACIÓN DE ASIENTOS sin boletos. Por favor no olvide apagar su teléfono
Se permite reservar asientos para sus amigos, sola- celular y pager.
mente hasta 10 minutos antes de que empiece la sesión. Todos los talleres comenzarán a tiempo. Algunos con-
Después de este tiempo, le rogamos deje los asientos ferencistas han pedido que no dejemos entrar a perso-
libres, y permita que otra persona los ocupe. nas que lleguen tarde. También les pedimos, que traten
Le pedimos que si usted está guardando el asiento para de no salirse del taller durante la presentación. La
alguien, y un voluntario del congreso le pide que le mayoría de los talleres tiene un descanso, le pedimos
deje ese asiento a alguien más, siga las instrucciones que si desea no continuar en el taller use este tiempo
que le sean dadas. para irse ya que así no perturbará al conferencista ni
a los otros participantes.
EMERGENCIAS
En caso de alguna emergencia, póngase, por favor, CAMBIO DE BOLETOS
en contacto con la persona más próxima que esté Se pueden cambiar boletos de los talleres que tengan
portando un listón oficial del congreso blanco o azul, lugares disponibles durante el día viernes a partir del
estas personas están en contacto radial y pueden medio día en la ventanilla del puesto de inscripción
conseguir ayuda inmediata. Para una emergencia localizada en el area de prefunción. Nota: Todos los
que consideren de vida o muerte, por favor llamen al boletos pueden ser usados para entrar a las sesiones
9-1-1. de la Arena y el Hall B.
FUMADORES
No se permite fumar en el centro de convenciones, hay
varios patios asignados dónde será permitido.

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TALLERES VIERNES, 19 DE MARZO, 2010
SESIÓN 1 – 10:00 - 11:30 am AG LUGAR
1-51 Recuperar la mistagogia - Juan Calderon Varona — (Convention) 213
1-52 La abundancia y la escasez del amor en la familia (Convention) Hall B
- P. Guillermo Campuzano
1-53 La evangelización de jóvenes: Datos y mejores prácticas de (Convention) 210 ABC
adultos latinos - P. Michael Lee
1-54 El futuro habla español: El apostolado hispano y el futuro (Convention) 203
del catolicismo en los Estados Unidos - Dr. Hosffman Ospino
1-55 Catequesis: Encuentro con Cristo vivo - Fanny Cepeda Pedraza (Marriott) Marquis North
1-56 El liderazgo: Abundancia del llamado (Convention) 204
- P. Domingo Rodríguez Zambrana

= audio-grabación

SESIÓN 2 – 1:00 - 2:30 pm AG LUGAR


2-51 Bioética y valor de la vida - José-Román Flecha Andrés (Convention) 204

2-52 Gracias Señor por tu Iglesia - P. Matthew Kessler (Convention) 208

2-53 ¡Transformando la vida de los jóvenes siendo catequistas! (Convention) Ballroom AB


- Juan Carlos Montenegro

2-54 Yo oro, tu oras, el ora, pero ¿sabemos orar? - Maruja Sedano (Convention) Hall B

2-55 Fe cristiana y belleza: Lo bello del mundo testimonia la (Convention) 203


presencia de Dios - Dr. Gonzalo Tejerina Arias

2-56 Hostias vivas para un mundo con hambre (Clarion) Orangewood


- Dora Tobar Mensbrugghe

SESIÓN 3 – 3:00 - 4:30 pm AG LUGAR


3-51 Criando al adolescente con orgullo latino (Hilton) Pacific C
- Carlos Carrillo Velásquez

3-52 ¡Ayuda por favor! ¿Qué está pasando con la música en la misa? — (Convention) 210 ABC
- Santiago Fernández

3-53 “Si el grano de trigo muere, da mucho fruto...” (J 12,24) (Hilton) Pacific D
- Gloria Cecilia Grimaldo

3-54 Catequesis, Biblia y espiritualidad: Claves para catequistas (Convention) Hall B


- Ricardo Grzona

3-55 Aprender a orar con la Palabra de Dios - Marcelo Murua (Convention) 303

3-56 Desarrollo del plan de Dios según la historia y las culturas (Sheraton) Park Ballroom
- Clodomiro Siller Acuña

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SÁBADO, 20 DE MARZO TALLERES
SESIÓN 4 – 10:00 - 11:30 am AG LUGAR
4-51 Jesús renueva y alimenta mi amor - Alejandro Aguilera-Titus (Hilton) Pacific C
4-52 ¡Una Iglesia con ganas esta llena de abundancia!
- Mon. Arturo Bañuelas (Marriott) Marquis North
4-53 Encontrar a Cristo a los 14 años - Eduardo Levy (Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
4-54 Creer o entender: El dilema del cristiano ante la ciencia y la filosofía
- Dr. Hosffman Ospino (Sheraton) Park Ballroom

Schedule
4-55 El Canto que forma y transforma la comunidad – música para — (Convention) 201 ABC
la reconciliación y primera comunión
- Pedro Rubalcava y Anna Betancourt
4-56 Como vivir con plenitud en el momento presente (Convention) Hall B
- Dr. John Yzaguirre

= audio-grabación

SESIÓN 5 – 1:00 - 2:30 pm AG LUGAR


5-51 ¿Por qué los católicos abandonan su iglesia? (Convention) Hall B
- Benjamin Bravo Perez
5-52 Depresión y suicidio entre los adolescentes (Convention) 204
- Carlos Carrillo Velásquez
5-53 La espiritualidad como fuerza vital del migrante (Convention) 207 D
- Gloria Cecilia Grimaldo
5-54 Vivir según el espíritu - Marcelo Murua (Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
5-55 Como vivir la catequesis en familia - Dora Tobar Mensbrugghe (Convention) 210 ABC
5-56 Ser y misión de los laicos a la luz del magisterio latinoamericana (Marriott) Marquis North
- Bishop Gregorio Rosa Chávez
5-57 La Pastoral Juvenil con adolescentes de 10 a 14 años de edad (Clarion) Orangewood
- Victor Valenzuela

SESIÓN 6 – 3:00 - 4:30 pm AG LUGAR


6-51 Musulmanes y cristianos trabajando en conjunto: Nuestro llamado — (Sheraton) Park Ballroom
a la solidaridad global - Maria Arroyo y Kevin Hartigan

6-52 Conocer y celebrar en el siglo XXI - Juan Calderon Varona — (Convention) 212

6-53 Ministerios en la Iglesia: Dialogo norte/sur


- P. Guillermo Campuzano (Convention) 210 D

6-54 Catequesis de la sexualidad - José-Román Flecha Andrés (Convention) Hall B

6-55 Catequesis creativa: Mimo y clown - Siro López Gutiérrez (Convention) Ballroom AB

6-56 El escribir de los evangelios - Timoteo Matovina (Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K

6-57 El Antiguo Testamento: La revelación de Dios en la historia (Convention) 202


de Israel - Dr. Gonzalo Tejerina Arias

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TALLERES DOMINGO, 21 DE MARZO
ASAMBLEA GENERAL
Sala B – Domingo, 8:30 am
OBISPO GREGORIO ROSA CHÁVEZ
“El Espíritu de Mon. Romero en la Reunión de Aparecida”
R
Revisaremos cómo Monseñor Oscar Arnulfo Romero, pastor y mártir,
inspirando lo mejor que tenemos en la Iglesia y cómo los obispos del continente
sigue inspir
americano enfocan su práctica pastoral en la solidaridad hacia los más pobres, según
las conclusiones de la conferencia de Aparecida.

SUNDAY ENGLISH ADDRESS


BARBARA FIAND, SND DE N Convention Ballroom AB – 8:30 am
“Harnessing for God the Energies of Love”
What does this challenge by Teilhard de Chardin mean for us today, and for the
earth we call our home? How do we generate compassion in a community of life
and become beacons of hope? As we reflect on the worldview opened for us by contemporary
science, we may gain some insights to help us address these questions.

SESIÓN 7 – 10:00 - 11:30 am AG LUGAR


7-51 Parejas fuertes, familia fuertes - Alejandro Aguilera-Titus (Convention) Hall B
7-52 La casa, lugar clave en tiempo de crisis de fe (Convention) 213
- Benjamin Bravo Perez
7-53 Cuando no hay coro: Música para quinceañeras, bodas y funerales — (Convention) Ballroom C
- Santiago Fernández
7-54 Lectio Divina para catequistas: La increíble abundancia de la (Convention) 204
gracia de Dios - Ricardo Grzona
7-55 Creando una cultura misionera en catequesis y pastoral juvenil (Clarion) Orangewood
- Juan Carlos Montenegro
7-56 Jesús revela su amor en parábolas y se confirma sanándonos — (Convention) 303
- Peter Kolar y Rafael Moreno
7-57 En la abundancia de la vida (Hilton) Pacific C
- P. Domingo Rodríguez Zambrana

SESIÓN 8 – 1:00 - 2:30 pm AG LUGAR


8-51 En Él abundante redención - P. Matthew Kessler (Convention) 303

8-52 Encontrar a Cristo en la primera juventud - Eduardo Levy (Convention) 204

8-53 Imágenes para creer - Siro López Gutiérrez (Convention) 201 ABC

8-54 Convertirse en un Santo (en menos de una hora) (Convention) Hall B


- P. James Martin

8-55 Catequesis con hispano hablantes - Fanny Cepeda Pedraza (Convention) 202

8-56 El ejercicio de las costumbres Evangélicas - Maruja Sedano (Clarion) Orangewood

8-57 Cómo nombraban a Dios los pueblos de la Biblia (Marriott) Marquis North
- Clodomiro Siller Acuña

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Friday, March 19, 2010 • 8:30 am ARENA
CONGRESS 2010 PROCLAMATION
“Let Us Be Blessed”
by ValLimar Jansen and Noni Limar

Let us be ...
Blessed and held in the warm embrace of Love
We celebrate God’s incredible, infinite abundance
Brilliant miracles of life shine before our eyes
“There is no place where God is not”
Every face, every sweep of wind or flicker of flame
Every pebble, stone, rock or mountain
Every drop of everlasting living water is overflowing
With God’s magnificent presence
Abundant Peace
Abundant Mercy
God’s Abundant Love
Incredible Abundance
Our God, abundant “Living Water”
Low clouds reach down
Wipe the chaos from our brows
When levees break or the roaring sea invades solid ground
We are lifted to the highest limb of trees
Sanctified in Christ’s holy sacrifice
Tears flooding ducts
Inundating heart and soul
Releasing sorrow and joy
Initiating abundant well be-ing
Abundant water pouring out
An oasis in every desert

Arena
A wellspring to every parched soul and flint-hard heart
Our God, “The Light” in abundance
A light in the dust-soaked darkness
A light in the ruin
We celebrate God’s abundant mercy
Hearts filled with compassion in disaster
When the mountains fall into the sea or buildings buckle
As sorrow wails out from the helpless throats of children
We are the body of Christ
Hands made steel, pulling our brothers and sisters
From the clutches of shadow
Legs oak-rooted in the Word of Love
Our God, “The Life” in abundance
Eternal life amongst the dead
We share “The Life” through our riches
With work, toil, sweat
We are God’s wealth given
To every shadowy recess
God’s life in abundance
Comforting the despairing, mournful heart
Calling forth the lost human spirit
Living as Christ
“Living Abundance”
Promise of everlasting life
Abundant Peace
Abundant Mercy
God’s Abundant Love
Incredible Abundance
Through Christ’s love
This is the promise given
Let us be blessed

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ARENA

OPENING RITE & WELCOME


Friday, March 19, 2010 • 8:30 am
F
R
I CALL TO WORSHIP
D ¡Increíble abundancia! Incredible Abundance!
A
Y Mhungu ni mwemu / Know That God is Good Congo; source unknown

Melody: Democratic Republic of Congo source unknown. Arrangement © Edo Bumba.

Somos el Pueblo de Dios Marcos Witt


Refrain

© 2000, 2006. Marcos Witt, Arreglo de Elvin “Kiko” Negrón y Andy Andino/Who Do You Say I Am.
CanZion Producciones. Derechos reservados. Con las debidas licencias.

COLLECT

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Friday, March 19, 2010 • 8:30 am ARENA
PROCLAMATION
Let Us Stand Jacob & Matthew
Refrain

© 2008, Jacob Israel Villalobos, Matthew Leon, and Michael Paul Leon. World Library Publications.
All rights reserved. Used with permission.

SCRIPTURE Romans 8:35-39

Arena
RESPONSE
Falling Into You Steve Angrisano
Verse 1
There is nowhere I go, there is no place I know that I can run from your love.
Knowing my hurt, my shame, still, you call out my name. So, I’m falling into you.
Refrain

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ARENA
Verse 2
There is no word to say, nothing I could repay equal to how your love is true.
Still, like a little child picking a flower growing wild, I’m running home to you.
Bridge

F
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I
D
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Y
© 2009, Steve Angrisano. Published by spiritandsong.com®, a division of OCP. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

REFLECTION Sr. Edith Prendergast, RSC


Director, Office of Religious Education,
Archdiocese of Los Angeles

INTRODUCTION & RITUAL


Witness Traditional Spiritual

HAITIAN RESPONSE
Beni-Yo Emeline Michele
Beni-Yo Papa! Oooooo, Beni-Yo.
© 2004 Silva Screen Records Ltd.

CARDINAL’S REMARKS Cardinal Roger Mahony


Archbishop of Los Angeles
BLESSING

SENDING FORTH 2010 CONGRESS THEME SONG


Incredible Abundance Donna Peña

(Please refer to pages 66-67)

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Friday, March 19, 2010 • 5:15 pm ARENA

JAZZ LITURGY
Friday, March 19, 2010 • 5:15 pm
Rev. J-Glenn Murray, presider

GATHERING SONG
Return to God John Angotti

Arena
Bridge

Copyright © 1994, 2008. John Angotti. Verses: Alan Hommerding. World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

OPENING PRAYER
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ARENA
– LITURGY OF THE WORD –
READING 2 Samuel 7:4-5, 12-14, 16

RESPONSORIAL PSALM Psalm 89


F
Forever I Will Sing Ed Bolduc
R
I Refrain
D
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Text (ref) © 1969, 1981, 1997, ICEL. Music: Ed Bolduc © 2003. World Library Publications.
All rights reserved. Used with permission.

READING Romans 4:13, 16-18, 22

GOSPEL ACCLAMATION
Praise to You, Lord Ed Bolduc
Refrain

Text © 1969, 1981, 1997, ICEL. Music © 2000. Ed Bolduc. World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

GOSPEL PROCLAMATION Matthew 1:16, 18-21, 24

HOMILY

PRAYER OF THE FAITHFUL Jim Gibson

Response

Copyright © 2001. Jim Gibson. GIA Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

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Friday, March 19, 2010 • 5:15 pm ARENA
- LITURGY OF THE EUCHARIST -
PRESENTATION OF THE GIFTS
Make Me a Channel of Your Peace John Angotti
Refrain

Copyright © 2009. John Angotti. World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

HOLY
Mass of Rejoicing John Angotti
# 
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Ho - san - na in the high - est.

#  Repeat first time

&
         


Ho - san - na in the high-est.

Arena
1. Holy, holy, holy Lord, God of power and might,
heaven and earth are full of your glory.
Hosanna in the highest.
2. Blessed is he, blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord.
Copyright © 2000. John Angotti. World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

MEMORIAL ACCLAMATION John Angotti

Copyright © 2000. John Angotti. World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

K
AMEN John Angotti
#
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A - men. A - men.

K ¡   À ‹
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A - men. A - men.
Copyright © 2000. John Angotti. World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

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ARENA
LORD’S PRAYER

SIGN OF PEACE

LAMB OF GOD John Angotti


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world. Grant us peace, grant us peace.
Copyright © 2000. John Angotti. World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

COMMUNION SONGS
Your Sacrifice Thomas Lucas
Refrain

Copyright © 2000. Thomas Lucas. World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

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Friday, March 19, 2010 • 5:15 pm ARENA
Come to the Table John Angotti
Refrain

Final Refrain

Copyright © 2004. John Angotti. World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

Arena
I Am the Bread of Life Tom Kaczmarek
Refrain

Copyright © 2005. Tom Kaczmarek. World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

POST-COMMUNION MEDITATION
Only Faith Can I Go On John Angotti

How can I tell him? How can I explain?


He’ll never understand this will cause him so much pain.
Who would ever believe me?
God what have you done?
Will you stand by me when they desert me?
Will you stand by me when I have Your Son?

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ARENA
But it’s my faith only faith can I go on!
No matter the consequence I know we’ll both be strong.
In him, through him and for him we’ll live.
It’s God’s begotten one we’ve been given to care for, to nurture, to hold and to love,
And he’ll be our Son.
F
R What is this she’s telling me?
I I’ve always trusted her but this?
D Am I being used, lied, taken advantage of ?
Can this child be really His?
A
Was this dream really a fantasy or could this really be true?
Y Have I been given a special place in God’s plan?
How could I know? How could I know?

But it’s my faith only faith can I go on!


No matter the consequence I know we’ll both be strong.
In him, through him and for him we’ll live.
It’s God’s begotten one we’ve been given to care for, to nurture, to hold and to love,
And he’ll be our Son.

O Joseph I can see you do believe me now – O Mary my love


In your eyes and in your voice I can tell you understand.
I believe our faith is so strong! I know this is where we belong.
We’ll be married as one and be the parents of God’s Son.

But it’s our faith only faith can we go on!


No matter the consequence I know we’ll both be strong.
In him, through him and for him we’ll live.
It’s God’s begotten one we’ve been given to care for, to nurture, to hold and to love,
And he’ll be our Son.
Copyright © 2010. John Angotti. World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

CLOSING SONG
Go Out in the World Ed Bolduc
Refrain

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Saturday, March 20, 2010 • 8:00 am ARENA
Verses

Copyright © 2003. Ed Bolduc. World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

Arena

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ARENA

MORNING PRAISE
Saturday, March 20, 2010 • 8:00 am
Michelle Youssef, presider
Kristen Firestone, reflection

CALL TO WORSHIP & SERVICE OF LIGHT


Come, All You People arr. Gary Daigle
S
Verses 1-3
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Verses 4–7
4. Fire, wind, snow and rain: 6. Friend and stranger, host and guest:
Blizzard, earthquake, hurricane: Refugee and resident:
Thunderclouds and lightening: Native, alien and homeless:
5. Citizens and immigrants: 7. Young and old, rich and poor:
Laborers and management: Weak and strong, broken, cured:
Lobbyists and government: Lonely, loved, afraid, secure:
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Saturday, March 20, 2010 • 8:00 am ARENA
Refrain

Copyright © 2008. Alexander Gonda; Adapt. and additional text: Gary Daigle.
Music from arr. by John Bell. Published by GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

– MORNING THANSKGIVING –
PSALMODY (please be seated) Psalm 95

Arena
If Today You Hear the Voice of God Ed Bolduc
Antiphon

Copyright © 1988, 1999. Ed Bolduc. World Library Pubications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

PSALM PRAYER (please stand)


Response: Amen

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ARENA
– SERVICE OF THE WORD –
READING (please be seated) Isaiah 43:16-21

REFLECTION

GOSPEL CANTICLE (please stand)


Blessed Be God Michael Mahler
Refrain

S
A
T
U
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Copyright © 2003, Michael Mahler. Published by GIA Publicatons, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

A
Y
INTERCESSIONS Peter Kolar
Response

Copyright © 2007. Peter Kolar. World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

LORD’S PRAYER

CONCLUDING PRAYER

FINAL BLESSING

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Saturday, March 20, 2010 • 8:00 am ARENA
SONG OF SENDING
Blessed Be Your Name Beth and Matt Redman
Verse 1
Blessed be Your name in the land that is plentiful,
Where your streams of abundance fl ow, Blessed be Your name.

Blessed be Your name when


I’m found in the desert place
Though I walk through the wilderness,
Blessed be Your name.

Every blessing You pour out


I’ll turn back to praise
When the darkness closes in, Lord,
Still I will say... To Refrain
Refrain
Blessed be the name of the Lord, blessed by your name.
Blessed be the name of the Lord, your glorius name.
Verse 2
Blessed be Your name
When the sun’s shining down on me
When the world’s all as it should be,
Blessed be Your name.

Blessed be Your name

Arena
On the road marked with suffering
Though there’s pain in the offering,
Blessed be Your name.

Every blessing You pour out


I’ll turn back to praise
When the darkness closes in, Lord,
Still I will say... To Refrain (2x)

You give and take away,


You give and take away
My heart will choose to say Lord,
Blessed be Your name.
Copyright © 2002.Beth and Matt Redman. Kingsway’s Thankyou Music. Admin. by EMI Christian Music Publishing.
All rights reserved. Used with permission.

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ARENA

CELTIC LITURGY
Saturday, March 20, 2010 • 5:15 pm
Rev. Brendan McGuire, presider

PRELUDE
Canticle Liam Lawton

S
A
T
U
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D
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Copyright © 1998. Liam Lawton. GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

GATHERING SONG
Faithful is the Lord Liam Lawton

Tune: GIOLLA MEAR, Copyright © 2006. Liam Lawton Publishing. GIA Publications, Inc., agent.
All rights reserved. Used with permission.

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Saturday, March 20, 2010 • 5:15 pm ARENA

PENETENTIAL RITE
Mass of the Celtic Saints Liam Lawton

Copyright © 1998. Liam Lawton. GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

– LITURGY OF THE WORD –

Arena
FIRST READING Jerimiah 11:18-20

RESPONSORIAL PSALM
Psalm 23 Liam Lawton, arr. Paul Tate
Refrain

Copyright © 2006. Liam Lawton Publishing. GIA Publications, Inc., agent. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

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ARENA
GOSPEL ACCLAMATION
Mass of the Angels and Saints Steven Janco
Acclamation

Copyright © 1996. Steven Janco. GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

GOSPEL John 7:40-53

HOMILY Rev. Brendan McGuire

PRAYER OF THE FAITHFUL Liam Lawton


Response

S
A
T Copyright © 1998. Liam Lawton. GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

U
– LITURGY OF THE EUCHARIST –
R
D PRESENTATION OF THE GIFTS
A
Far Beyond Liam Lawton
Y
Refrain

Copyright © 2008. Hilley Sound. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

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Saturday, March 20, 2010 • 5:15 pm ARENA
HOLY
Mass of the Celtic Saints Liam Lawton

Arena
Copyright © 1998. Liam Lawton. GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

MEMORIAL ACCLAMATION Liam Lawton

Copyright © 1998. Liam Lawton. GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

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ARENA
AMEN Liam Lawton

Copyright © 1998. Liam Lawton. GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

LAMB OF GOD Liam Lawton

S
A
T
U
R
D
A
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Copyright © 1998. Liam Lawton. GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

LORD’S PRAYER / SIGN OF PEACE

COMMUNION SONGS
Where Two or Three are Gathered Liam Lawton, arr. Paul Tate
Refrain

Copyright © 2009.Sumerset Recordings and GIA Publications, Inc., agent. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

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Saturday, March 20, 2010 • 5:15 pm ARENA
A Touching Place arr. John Bell
Refrain

Text and arr. © 1989 Wild Goose Resource Group, The Iona Community. GIA Publications, Inc., agent. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

SONG OF THANKSGIVING
Heal Us, Lord Liam Lawton
Refrain

Arena
Copyright © 2009. Somerset Recordings and GIA Publications, Inc., agent. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

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ARENA
CLOSING SONG
I Danced in the Morning Sydney Carter

S
A
T
U
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D
A
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Text: Sydney Carter, b. 1915. Tune: LORD OF THE DANCE Irregular, adapt from a traditional Shaker melody by Sydney Carter.
Copyright © 1963, Stainer and Bel, Ltd. (Administered by Hope Publishing Co.). All rights reserved. Used with permission.

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Sunday, March 21, 2010 • 8:00 am & 3:30 pm ARENA

CLOSING EUCHARISTIC LITURGY


Sunday, March 21, 2010
8:00 am • Bishop Tod Brown, presider
3:30 pm • Cardinal Roger Mahony, presider

PRELUDE/PRELUDO
Amen Siakudumisa South African Traditional

text: Amen. Praise the name of the Lord. South African traditional. Tune: Attributed to S.C. Molefe as taught by George Mxadana;
arr. by John Bell © 1990, Iona Commuity. GIA Pubilcations, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

Sing Praise to God Marty Haugen

Arena

Based on Psalm 146. Copyright © 2009 by GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

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ARENA
GATHERING SONG/CANTO DE ENTRADA
Let Us Stand Jacob & Matthew
Verse 1

Refrain

Verse 2

S
U
N
D
A
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© 2008, Jacob Israel Villalobos, Matthew Leon, and Michael Paul Leon. World Library Publications. All rights reserved.

PENETENTIAL RITE/ACTO PENITENCIAL

OPENING PRAYER/ORACIÓN COLECTA

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Sunday, March 21, 2010 • 8:00 am & 3:30 pm ARENA
– LITURGY OF THE WORD/PALABRA DE DIOS –
FIRST READING/PRIMERA LECTURA Ezekiel 37:12-14
RESPONSORIAL PSALM/SALMO RESPONSORIAL
Psalm 130 Mary Frances Reza
Refrain

Text: Eng. tr. © 1969, 1981, 1997, ICEL. Sp. tr. © 1970, Conferencia Episcopal Española.
Music: Mary Frances Reza © 2006, WLP. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

SECOND READING/SECUNDA LECTURA Romans 8:8-11


GOSPEL ACCLAMATION/ACLAMACIÓN ANTES DEL EVANGELIO
Acclamation adapt. John Bell, arr. Gary Daigle

Arena
Copyright © 2010. Palestinian Gospel Acclamation. Adapted by John Bell, arr. by Gary Daigle. GIA Publications, Inc.
All rights reserved. Used with permission.

GOSPEL/EVANGELIO John 11:1-45


1st & 2nd sung response Chris de Silva

3rd sung response

Copyright © 2010. Chris de Silva. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

HOMILY/HOMILIA
THIRD SCRUTINY / INTERCESSIONS
Response Chris de Silva

Copyright © 2010. Chris de Silva. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

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ARENA
DISMISSAL OF THE CATECHUMENS
To Follow You Chris de Silva and Lovina Francis Pammit, OSF

Copyright © 2008. Chris de Silva and Lovina Francis Pammit OSF. GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

– LITURGY OF THE EUCHARIST/ LITURGIA EUCARISTICA –


PRESENTATION OF THE GIFTS
Le Dang / O Waly Waly arr. John Flaherty

S
U
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D
A
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Text: English translation by Rufino Zaragoza, OFM. English text and arrangement © 2004. OCP Publications.
All rights reserved. Used with permission.

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Sunday, March 21, 2010 • 8:00 am & 3:30 pm ARENA
HOLY/SANTO
Misa del Mundo Jesse Manibusan

Arena

Music: Misa del Mundo, © 1993, Jesse Manibusan. Published by OCP Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

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ARENA
MEMORIAL ACCLAMATION/ACLAMACIÓN MEMORIAL Jesse Manibusan

Music: Misa del Mundo, © 1993, Jesse Manibusan. Published by OCP Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

AMEN Jesse Manibusan

Music: Misa del Mundo, © 1993, Jesse Manibusan. Published by OCP Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

FRACTION RITE/RITO DE FRACCIÓN Chant; XVIII; arr. Tony Alonso

Text and music: Chant; Gradual Romanum, 1974.

COMMUNION SONGS/CANTOS DE COMUNIÓN


Ang Katawan Ni Kristo Ricky Manalo
Refrain
S
U
N
D
A
Y

Text © 2003. Ricky Manalo, CSP and Pia de Leon. Music © 2003. Ricky Manalo, CSP. OCP Publications.
All rights reserved. Used with permission.

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Sunday, March 21, 2010 • 8:00 am & 3:30 pm ARENA
Pan de Vida Pedro Rubalcava
Refrain

Copyright © 1989. OCP Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

I Am the Bread of Life Tom Kaczmarek


Refrain

Arena
Copyright © 2005, World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

SONG OF THANKSGIVING/CANTO DE ACCIÓ DE GRACIAS


So Beautiful Jacob & Matthew
Refrain

Copyright © 2008. Jacob Israel Villalobos, Matthew Leon, and Michael Paul Leon. World Library Publications.
All rights reserved. Used with permission.

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ARENA
SENDING FORTH/ENVIO
– 2010 CONGRESS THEME SONG –
Incredible Abundance Donna Peña

Verses

S
U
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Sunday, March 21, 2010 • 8:00 am & 3:30 pm ARENA

Refrain

Arena
Copyright © 2010 by GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

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O.R.E. STAFF
The Office of Religious Education serves the ongoing redemptive mission of Jesus Christ through foster-
ing and developing lifelong evangelization and catechetical processes. We form leaders for a catechetical
ministry that integrates a social justice perspective and that responds to the needs of the diverse peoples
of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. – O.R.E. Mission Statement

ARCHDIOCESAN OFFICE Martha Nuñez REGIONAL OFFICES


(Spanish)
OUR LADY OF THE ANGELS
Alberto Embry Instituto Biblico, Elementary
O.L.A. Region Pastoral Center
(Spanish) mnunez@la-archdiocese.org
5835 W Slauson Ave
Pastoral Juvenil
Culver City, CA 90230
aembry@la-archdiocese.org Jan Pedroza
(310) 216-9587
Early Childhood
David Lara (Coordinator)
Melinda Evangelista Religious Education Congress
dlara@olapr.org
Support Staff Program Coordinator
Julio Cruz (Support Staff)
mevangelista@la-archdiocese.org jcpedroza@la-archdiocese.org
jcruz@olapr.org
Lourdes Gonzalez-Rubio Sr. Edith Prendergast SAN FERNANDO REGION
(Spanish) DIRECTOR Alemany High School
Advanced Catechetical Ministries sreprendergast@la-archdiocese.org 15101 San Fernando Mission Blvd.
and Catechist Formation Mission Hills, CA 91345
lgrubio@la-archdiocese.org Veronica Reyes Mailing Address:
Religious Education Congress PO Box 7608
Dione Grillo Support Staff Mission Hills, CA 91346
Early Childhood vreyes@la-archdiocese.org (818) 365-5123
dgrillo@la-archdiocese.org Margaret Sardo (Coordinator)
Sonia Robledo msardo@sfpr.org
Rev. David Loftus Support Staff Juan Garcia (Support Staff)
Adult Ministry sbrobledo@la-archdiocese.org jgarcia@sfpr.org
dloftus@la-archdiocese.org
Diana Salinas SAN GABRIEL REGION
Christina Lujan Support Staff San Gabriel Region Pastoral Center
Youth Ministry, Confirmation dmsalinas@la-archdiocese.org 16009 E Cypress Ave
clujan@la-archdiocese.org Irwindale, CA 91706
Paulette Smith (626) 962-7707
Heather MacDonald Eileen Gateley (Coordinator)
Religious Education Congress
(Santa Barbara Region) eileen@sgpr.org
Event Coordinator
Confirmation, Junior High and Youth Natalie Aviles (Support Staff)
pasmith@la-archdiocese.org
Ministry naviles@sgpr.org
heather@sbpr.org
Theresa Thibodeaux
SAN PEDRO REGION
Young Adult (English)
Jose Moreno San Pedro Region Pastoral Center
Confirmation (Spanish)
Support Staff 3555 S Pancratius Pl
tathibodeaux@la-archdiocese.org
jamoreno@la-archdiocese.org Lakewood, CA 90712
(562) 630-6272
Ernesto Vega
Mike Norman Karina Plascencia (Coordinator)
Adult Ministry (Spanish)
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR karina@sppr.org
ejvega@la-archdiocese.org
Confirmation, Junior High Nancy Longo (Support Staff)
& Youth Ministry nancy@sppr.org
mnorman@la-archdiocese.org Office of Religious Education
(213) 637-7303 SANTA BARBARA REGION
ARCHDIOCESAN WEB SITES
Bishop García Diego Center
Office of Religious Education Home Page
4032 La Colina Rd
http://archdiocese.la/ore
Santa Barbara, CA 93110
Faith Formation
(805) 569-1135
http://archdiocese.la/learning/ore/formation/adult.html
Sue Spies (Coordinator)
Ministry with Young Adults
sue@sbpr.org
http://archdiocese.la/mya
Ministry with Young People
http://archdiocese.la/learning/ore/youth

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STAFF BOOTH SCHEDULE
We invite you to drop by and meet the bishops and people who head the ministries of the Office of Re-
ligious Education. The ORE Staff Booth is located in the center of Hall A. The following are scheduled
days and hours:

FRIDAY, MARCH 19 SATURDAY, MARCH 20 SUNDAY, MARCH 21


8:00 am - 10:00 am 8:00 am - 10:00 am
Christina Lujan A. Karina Plascencia
Margaret Sardo
10:00 am - 11:30 am 10:00 am - 11:30 am 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Margaret Sardo Eileen Gateley Bishop Edward Clark
Ernesto Vega Fr. David Loftus Alberto Embry
Bishop Gerald Wilkerson Mike Norman Eileen Gateley
Bishop Gabino Zavala Sue Spies David Lara
Bishop Gabino Zavala Fr. David Loftus
Christina Lujan
11:30 am - 1:00 pm 11:30 am - 1:00 pm 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Lourdes Gonzalez-Rubio Lourdes Gonzalez-Rubio Early Childhood
Dione Grillo Ernesto Vega Dione Grillo
Heather MacDonald Bishop Gerald Wilkerson Mike Norman
Theresa Thibodeaux Sue Spies
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Bishop Edward Clark Fr. David Loftus Heather MacDonald
Early Childhood Martha Nuñez Theresa Thibodeaux
Alberto Embry Jan Pedroza
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Eileen Gateley Bishop Edward Clark
David Lara Alberto Embry
A. Karina Plascencia Dione Grillo
Bishop Oscar Solis Martha Nuñez
Bishop Oscar Solis

O.R.E. PROGRAMS
ADULT EDUCATION / EDUCACIÓN PARA ADULTOS CONTACT/O

O.R.E.
Annual Silent Directed Retreat Fr. David Loftus
Five-day silent retreat with personal spiritual direction. (213) 637-7654
Catholic Bible Institute Fr. David Loftus
A three-year program of comprehensive study for parish Bible-study leadership. (213) 637-7654
Distance Learning Fr. David Loftus
An online, Internet-based, e-learning partnership with the University of Dayton. (213) 637-7654
Why Catholic? Fr. David Loftus
Local support for parishes engaged in this program from Renew International (213) 637-7654
Human Sexuality Education Theresa Thibodeaux
Formation and training programs; Summer Institute, June 2010. (213) 637-7498
Instituto Bíblico Católico – Estudio de las Escrituras Cristianas Martha Nuñez
Un programa de nivel básico para estudiar la Biblia (16 sesiones). (213) 637-7705
Instituto Bíblico Católico – Estudio de las Escrituras Hebreas Martha Nuñez
Un programa de nivel básico para estudiar la Biblia (16 sesiones). (213) 637-7705
Instituto Bíblico Católico – Curso Avanzado Biblico Martha Nuñez
Un programa de tres años, se adquiere certificación como animador/a biblico/a. (213) 637-7705

ADULT EDUCATION / EDUCACIÓN PARA ADULTOS CONTACT/O


Cursos de Verano 2010 Julio 10 y 11 & Julio 17 y 18 Ernesto Vega
Lema: El sacerdocio en el corazón de Cristo. (213) 637-7345
Certificación para el Ministerio con Adultos L. Gonzalez-Rubio
Entrenamiento (nivel avanzado) para líderes en el ministerio con los adultos. (213) 637-7344

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O.R.E. PROGRAMS
ADULT EDUCATION / EDUCACIÓN PARA ADULTOS (cont.) CONTACT/O
Especialización para Catequistas de Adultos (Básica y Advanzada) L. Gonzalez-Rubio
Un programa para personas que trabajan en la catequesis con adultos. (213) 637-7344
Instituto de Pastoral y Evangelización Ernesto Vega
Programa de formación pastoral a nivel básico e intermedio. (213) 637-7345
Instituto Superior de Ciencias Religiosas Ernesto Vega
Formación académica para obtener una Licenciatura en Ciencias Religiosas. (213) 637-7345
Capacitación y Práctica de Oración Meditativa Ernesto Vega
Entender las dinámicas de oración y discernimiento: ayuda a todos los lideres. (213) 637-7345
Asociación Arquidiocesana de Intercesores Ernesto Vega
Formación y edificación para líderes de intercesión por las necesidades de la Iglesia. (213) 637-7345
Formación para Ministerios en los Medios de Comunicación Ernesto Vega
Pautas de formación técnica y religiosa en las áreas de los medios de comunicación. (213) 637-7345
Formación Continua en la Fe Ernesto Vega
Oportunidades de formación para el enriquecimiento continúo en la fe. (213) 637-7345
Capacitación para hacer Retiros para Adultos Ernesto Vega
Capacitación para aprender lo esencial para hacer retiros con adultos. (213) 637-7345
Especialización para la Formación de Fe para Adultos Ernesto Vega
Capacitación esencial en la formación de fe para adultos. (213) 637-7345

CATECHIST FORMATION / FORMACIÓN DE CATEQUISTAS


Basic Catechist Formation Fr. David Loftus
Faith enrichment and basic theological formation for the beginning catechist. (213) 637-7654
Advanced Catechetical Ministries Fr. David Loftus
Three-year formation program for Advanced Catechetical Leadership. (213) 637-7654
Formación Básica para Catequistas L. Gonzalez-Rubio
Formación en la fe y en las habilidades para catequistas que comienzan. (213) 637-7344
Ministerios Catequéticos Avanzados L. Gonzalez-Rubio
Tres años de formación avanzada para Líderes Catequéticos y parroquiales. (213) 637-7344
Capacitación para la liturgía de la Confirmación Theresa Thibodeaux
Día de formación para coordinadores, catequistas o equipos. (213) 637-7498

ELEMENTARY & EARLY CHILDHOOD / ELEMENTAL


Early Childhood Certifications Jan Pedroza
Spring - April 10, 24 & May 8 - St. Martin of Tours Parish in Los Angeles (213) 637-7352
Summer - June 5, 12 & 19 - St. Paschal Baylon Parish in Thousand Oaks
Fall - August 21, 28 and September 11 - Transfiguration Parish in Los Angeles
Early Childhood Director’s Workshop/Brunch May 15, 2010 Jan Pedroza
Workshop and networking for Early Childhood Coordinators and DREs. (213) 637-7352
Elementary Catechist Specialization Dione Grillo
Two-day specialization for catechists and coordinators. (213) 637-7410
Elementary Religious Education and Sacramental Preparation Dione Grillo
Workshops, in-services and retreats to empower parents/guardians. (213) 637-7410
Elementary Specialization / Enrichment Opportunities / Textbook Evaluation Martha Nuñez
Workshops, in-services and retreats to equip catechists. (213) 637-7705
Especialización para Catequistas de Elemental Martha Nuñez
Dos cursos (básico y avanzado) para Catequistas y Maestros de Catequistas. (213) 637-7705

YOUNG ADULT MINISTRY / PASTORAL JUVENIL


Archdiocesan Young Adult Ministry Advisory Board Theresa Thibodeaux
Monthly board that visions and assists in implementation of Young Adult Ministry. (213) 637-7498
Young Adult Ministry 101: Basic Training/Specialization Aug. 2010 Theresa Thibodeaux
A 2-day workshop on how to make YA ministry happen in your parish/university. (213) 637-7498
Renew International’s Theology on Tap Regional Team Training Theresa Thibodeaux
One-day workshop for those planning Theology on Tap series. (213) 637-7498
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O.R.E. PROGRAMS
Renew International’s Theology on Tap Begins June 2010 Theresa Thibodeaux
Four-week speaker series in all five archdiocesan regions for young adults. (213) 637-7498
Celebrating Young Adults in Ministry October 2010 Theresa Thibodeaux
Annual liturgy and celebration to recognize the leadership of young adults. (213) 637-7498
Formación de Especialización Básica para Agentes de Pastoral Juvenil Alberto Embry
Se realizan en centros destinados por cada Mesa Regional, 17 sesiones/3 horas. (213) 637-7355
Formación de Especialización Avanzada en Pastoral Juvenil Alberto Embry
Dos años teóricos, uno de práctica parroquial donde ponen en práctica un proyecto. (213) 637-7355
Talleres de Formación Complementario para Agentes de Pastoral Juvenil Alberto Embry
Talleres de capacitación específica dentro del Ministerio con Jóvenes Adultos. (213) 637-7355

YOUTH MINISTRY / MINISTERIO PARA JOVENES ADOLESCENTES


Youth Ministry Resource Day April 14, 2010 Mike Norman
A day of training on how to include parents in your ministry. (213) 637-7674
National Certificate Program in Youth Ministry Studies April 24-25, 2010 Mike Norman
Weekend course on Foundations of Youth Ministry. (213) 637-7674
Camp Big Deal June 28-July 2, 2010 Heather MacDonald
A week-long retreat for junior high youth of the Santa Barbara Region. (805) 682-5500
Silent Directed Retreats June 21-25 & June 27-July 1, 2010 Mike Norman
Two retreat opportunities for adults in ministry. (213) 637-7674
National Certificate Program in Youth Ministry Studies June 21-24 & July 12-15 Mike Norman
Intense summer sessions of national training for adults in ministry with youth. (213) 637-7674
Christian Leadership Institute July 25-30 & Aug. 8-13 Mike Norman
Leadership training for high school youth involved in ministry. (213) 637-7674
S.A.W. (Signed, Anointed, to Witness)
Week-long peer ministry retreat for high school youth who have been Confirmed.
Santa Barbara SAW – Aug. 2-6, 2010 Heather MacDonald (805) 682-5500
Los Angeles SAW – Aug. 9-13, 2010 Andrew Gafvert (818) 710-1662
Confirmation Catechist, Youth Ministry, Young Adolescent Specializations Mike Norman
Two-day training in specific areas of ministry with young people. (213) 637-7674
Confirmation Catechist Aug. 21-22 or Aug. 28-29, 2010
Youth Ministry August 28-29, 2010
Young Adolescent (Jr. High) August 21-22, 2010
National Conference for Catholic Youth Ministry (NCCYM) Dec. 8-12, 2010 Mike Norman
Over 2,000 adults in ministry with young people gather in New Orleans. (213) 637-7674

O.R.E.
Youth Ministry/Confirmation/Junior High Ministry
Program development, support, training and formation for coordinators/teams.
San Fernando/Our Lady of the Angels regions Mike Norman (213) 637-7674
San Gabriel/San Pedro regions Christina Lujan (213) 637-7616
Santa Barbara Region Heather MacDonald (805) 682-5500
Spanish-Speaking Confirmation Programs Theresa Thibodeaux (213) 637-7498
Equipo Direccional para el Sacramento de la Confirmación Theresa Thibodeaux
Ayudar a coordinar la visión e implementación del entrenamiento y formación. (213) 637-7498
Día de Capacitación para Retiros con Adolescentes de Confirmación Theresa Thibodeaux
Día de formación con catequistas de confirmación y líderes de grupos de adolescentes. (213) 637-7498
Encuentro Theresa Thibodeaux
Un día de formación y diversión para adolescentes de confirmación. (213) 637-7498
Especialización para Catequistas de Confirmación Theresa Thibodeaux
Cursos con especialización, talleres y entrenamiento. (213) 637-7498

REGIONAL CONGRESSES / CONGRESOS REGIONALES


San Fernando Regional Congress September 18, 2010 Margaret Sardo (818) 365-5123
San Pedro Regional Congress October 2, 2010 Karina Plascencia (562) 630-6272
Santa Barbara Regional Congress October 9, 2010 Sue Spies (805) 569-1135
San Gabriel Regional Congress October 16, 2010 Eileen Gateley (626) 962-7707
O.L.A. Regional Congress October 23, 2010 David Lara (310) 216-9587
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COMMITTEES
CONGRESS COMMITTEE
Sr. Edith Prendergast Greg Boyer Dave Lavendier
Paulette Smith Patrick Callahan Tina Lavendier
Jan Pedroza Gregory Carothers Jane Martineau
Mike Norman Jo Galang Layne Martineau
Dolly Anderson Val Galang Ramona Meza
Jim Anderson Ron Garcia Keith Morlock
Erin Avila Albert Guerra Robert Williams
Jonathan Avila Nancy King Douglas Zuniga

LITURGY COMMITTEE
John Flaherty
Sr. Edith Prendergast Michael Fike Fe Musgrave
Paulette Smith Gail Gresser Maryann Nguyen
Mike Norman Mary Janus Margaret Traxler
Katya Acuña Sheryl Lange John West
Patrick Callahan Monica Miller Luther Michelle Youssef
Brian Custer Valerie MacRae

REGISTRATION COMMITTEE
Jan Pedroza Jorenz Campo Brian McMahon
Paulette Smith Fran Curry Olinda Navas
Veronica Reyes Pat Davis Martha Ramirez
Chris Krause Elsie Dixon Marco Ramirez
Diana Salinas Guadalupe Garcia Lucia Richer
Michael Aguilera Silvia Hernandez Ted Richer
Joyce Alpaugh Margaret Maldonado Isabel Rincon
Eileen Bonaduce Lillette Mayor

OUR SPECIAL THANKS AND APPRECIATION TO . . .


CRS/CATHOLIC COALITION THE MANY DEDICATED PEOPLE
ON CLIMATE CHANGE including the “Blue Angels” and “Yellow Jackets,” Tracy Clark,
for sponsoring the Amy Ybarra, Larry Lopez, and the hundreds of others who contribute
Arena Lobby Exhibit. literally hundreds of volunteer hours before and during Congress to
• make this event a success!
OUR SUNDAY VISITOR/
OUR SUNDAY RELIGION THE FOLLOWING FOR THEIR WORK:
PUBLISHER Valerie MacRae for the Arena environment and for the environment
(Booths 324, 326, 328, 330, 332) and planning of our Sacred Space in Convention 304, as well as the
for providing the lanyards and many contributing artists; Patrick Callahan for flower arrangements;
name badge holders for George Westlund for his photography; Dan Houze for the
Congress 2010. RECongress.org/LIVE webcast; and the student sacristans and acolytes
• of Loyola Marymount University and Mount St. Mary’s College.
CRIBARI VINEYARDS
for their contribution of all altar OUR LITURGY & PRAYER SERVICE COORDINATORS:
wine for Congress 2010. Friday Liturgies: Eileen Bonaduce, Sr. Jean Marie Chota, James Dao,
Jeanie Essa, Rosie Hernandez, Anthony Ikebudu, Jane Richardson,
• Margaret Mary Traxler; Friday Services: Stacia & Robert Guzzo,
WORLD LIBRARY Gaile Krause, Alissa Pineda, Linda Quilizapa; Saturday Praise:
PUBLICATIONS Kevin Brown, Michaela Buccola; Saturday Liturgies: Katya Acuña,
(Booths 201, 203, 205, 300, 302, 304) Bill Duckett, Andrew Knox, Andi Lamendola, David Lara,
for providing the USB flash drives Kristina Ortega, Rosie & John Rinaldo, Katie Zeigler;
for use at the ORE booth.
and Saturday Prayer: Sue Ballotti.

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ENDOWMENT CONTRIBUTORS
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 the ongoing edu-
cation and formation of Directors of Religious Education, Adult Educators, Young Adults and Youth Ministers to pursue
graduate studies. It is our hope that every Director of Religious Education and Director of Youth Ministry will be given
the opportunity to receive a master’s degree in Religious Education/Religious Studies.
Those who registered online could contribute to this Fund, as well as those who made an additional contribution through
mail-in registrations. As of Febraury 23, 642 people responded with contributions totaling $9,950. We sincerely appreciate
and acknowledge their contributions. The Fund is currently enabling 10 students to pursue a master’s degree in Religious
Education, and you will be happy to know that several have already graduated!

$1,420 Contribution $25 Contribution $20 Contribution John Depriest Del Killick
Camp Pendleton Base Kelly Attwood St. John Eudes Church Eileen Dickson Bernita King
Chaplain Office Suzanne Atwood Martin Rosales Sheila Doan Donna Kriesel
Brian Bernardis Martha Rosales Michael Doherty Marcie Kruchten
$380 Contribution Carol Bernardis Jeronimo Salgado Lenore Dowling Anne Kuczkowski
US Marine Corps/ Margaret Bowerman Consuelo Salgado Amy Duncan Marifrances Kudla
Immaculate Heart of Mary Anthony Bracken Julie Dwyer Sharon Lang
Thomas Clegg $15 Contribution Theodore Dyer Trish Lee
$100 Contribution James Day Daniel Barona Kay Easley Judith Legan
Carlo Argoti Marilyn Day Deacon Dan Leetch John Egan Kyle Lierk
Tien T. Bach Frank Debacker Terry Stump Eduardo Espiritu Richard Lindgren
Joseph Cruz Katherine Debacker Melba Espiritu Kevin Lubiniecki
John Ebbesmier Dave Dockstader $10 Contribution Mary Fair Mary Fran Lynch
Rosalie Elder Joan Dolby Sylvia Aljentera Carmen Flores Kelli Macleod
Ramon Escuadro Kenneth Dong Pat Allen Warren Flynn Yolanda Mancino
Eileen Loughran Emily Douglass Adondee Arellano Nancy Franks Michael Marien
Denis Lynch Larry Ehren Irene Baker Benay Furtivo Darlene Martin
Susan Murphy Ignacio Estrada Phil Bangayan Kirk Galbreath Joan Maucere
Charles Niblick Tony Fadale Catherine Barrack Laurie Galbreath Leslie Maulhardt
Vic Reichert Daniel Francis Dr. Ruben Barron Julie Gallard Stephen Maulhardt
Kathleen Ybarrondo Elena Funada Lidia Bautista Fred Galluccio Cindy McClure
Michael Ybarrondo James Gardner Jane Bell Irene R. Garcia Colleen McClure
James S. Givens Lynn Bell Jorge Garcia Elizabeth McGinnis
$60 Contribution Chad Benson
Sharon Givens Patricia Garcia Robert McKay
Kathleen Ory Susan Bernardi
Sarah Gregory R. Vincent Gartland Rose Marie Meany
Margie Hailey Mary Bibby Anne Geraghty Benito Daniel Medrano
$50 Contribution Patricia Black
Chris Amantea Toni Hamera Brian Geraghty Karen Mellos
Michael Hauptman Debra Blake Kathleen Gerry David Melton
Yvonne Amantea Antonio Boquer
Carrie Biggs-Adams Ann Holmquist Cassandra A Goehner Ana Maria Mendoza
Anthony J. Hughes Margaret Boquer Candice Golez P. Pablo Mercado
Bro. Tom Cole, OFM Julie Lynn Borland
Monica L. Dang Lupita Jewell Jack Gonsalves Katie Mitchell
Jack Kelly Sandra Bossi Aracely Gonzalez Esther Mower
Antonia David-Wright Angela Brickey
Steve Duncan Sue Kinsling Emilio Gonzalez Susan Murphy

O.R.E.
Christine Kudija Moonlight Brizuela Rodrigo Gonzalez Joseph Mutch
Cory Escuadro Derek Brown
Linda Foley Chuck Kudija Blanca Gonzalez Scofield Rebecca Nelson
Agnes Legaspi Karen Buenaventura Irene Goodell Nga My Nguyen
Lisa Hills John Bu rdue
James W. Hopp Greg Lovetere Patricia Goodman Robert Nichols
Mary Ann Madden Chris Bystedt Hailee Governale Richard Norman
Mary A. Hopp Janice Callanan
Noel Jaderstrom Jeannette Manser Joyce Governale Katherine Nowak
Yolanda Marsh Marisela Camberos Anita Green Karin Nuernberg
Mary Just Deacon Mike Cantlon
Susan Klarner Joan McMahon William Green Ruth Ochoa
Sue Mountain Cary Castellon Kathryne Guerin Ursula Okeeffe
Grace Krajacic Rosa Chavez
Karryann Luttge Jackie Muldoon Javier Guido Duane Overby
Janice Mullen Theresa Chenlouie Martha R. Guido Daniel C. Padilla
Joan McClaughlin Y. Susan Christy
Catherine Rudollph Maureen Neglia Angelica Guillen Ronald Paglinawan
Brian Nunes Susan Clingingsmith Mary Hanson James Parke
Paul Smith Kathleen Cole
Pamela Snyder David O’Brien Deacon J. Barry Harper Mary Jane Parsons
Helen Ohallaron Mary F. Conley Marla Hartung Barbara Patton
Winifred Soares Helen E. Corcoran
Hartini Surya Elsa O’Loughlin Frank Hathaway Karen Pelosi
Gerard Oshaughnessy Cynthia Cost Lisa Heller Bernardine Perales
Patricia Tracey Skylar Covich
Robert Trout Pam Rector Michael Henschel Carol Perez
Thomas Richtsmeier Theresa Crum Sheila Henschel Mary Polito
Debbelynn Russell Claudia Curran Kathy Herrington Bill Pollitt
$40 Contribution
Resfina Torrevillas Celestine Margaret Daly Barbara Hicks Patti Pollitt
Donna Coduti
Henri Tran Carrie Davis Cathy Holden Scheryn Pratt
Charmaine Ferraz
Jim Wallace Jeffrey Davis Thomas Hurley Betsy Preciado
Edward Osiadacz
Maureen Wic ken Judith Davis Greg Johnson Rachel Quiogue-Torres
$30 Contribution Michael Wickham Carlos De Alba Sandra Kearney Rachel Ramirez
Hugh Menton Eileen Williams Karen Delgado Kristi Keith Jay Raymundo
Jean Menton Elbert Worland Gene Delmore, SJ Kathleen Keller Barbara Regan
Gloria Yachyshen Grace Depriest Richard Keller Dan Revetto

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ENDOWMENT CONTRIBUTORS
Lali Revetto Janine Aurora Fatima Espirito Santo Carol Lewis Editha Reynolds
Anne Marie Reyes Monica Awad Cynthia Fasano Pamela Locascio Linda Richardson
Dn Arnold Reyes Ellen Bailey Pat Ferraro Meg Long-Eastman Jean Richtsmeier
Laura Reyes Adriana Balandran Dottie Filipek Rosalina Lopez Flores Natalie Roberts
Liliana Roberto Julianne Bancroft Marlin Filipek Vilma Lorenzo Katie Robinson
Timothy Roberto Jr Patty Bateman Evie Fong Raul Lozada Mary Ellen Rocha
Jesse Robles Shelley Becker Margaret Freeman Sandy Luebbers Armando Rodiguez
Monica Robles Rosemary Bedoya Nina Freeman Sheila Lukas Araceli Rodriguez
Teresa Robles Victoria Beidelman Patricia Freitas Jessica MacCaskey Olga Rodriguez
Mike Rogers Arlene Belenzo Eileen Friesen Mosher Luciann MacDonald Patrick Roth
Rosana Ruiz Alana Bell Carlie Frye Carol Majernik Joel Rowley
Marci Russell Ann Blache Sheila Galaz Janet Malacane Mary T. Ruiz
Noel Russo Anne Blaschke Charity Garcia Javier Marquez Jean Rummelhoff
Dorothy Ryan Roslyn Bock Gregory Gardner John Mazurski Rosa Maria San Mames
Fausto Sanchez Bill Bradshaw Steven Gaston Joanne McBride Piedad (Patty) Santiago
Maria Dolores Sanchez Janet Brause Mark Gately Marylin McCafferty Sr. Margaret Mary Scally
Amelia Sandoval Peter Brause Maria-Teresa Geraldez Maria McGuire Summer Scobell
Tamara Santos Kasey Bree Carole Gilmore Thomas McGuire Mike Seibold
Barbara Schaffer Matthew Brehove Lynn M. Giotto Thomas McLaughlin Rosemary D. Seibold
Bryan Schamus Michele Brodoski Eugene Gleason Maria Medrano Roger Short
Wendy Scherbart Keith Burgoon Peggy Gleason Antonio Mendoza Joe Sibolboro
Catherine Senoff Diane Bustos Patricia Goodman Valerie Menker J D Simbeck
Scott Sexton Sylvia Caigoy Richard Goulette Luz Mercer Elina Simon
Diane Shevlin Jennifer Campbell Cecile Gray Michael Metzger Sherry Smith
Ann Skulley Joan Canil Kathy Gross Beverly Meyer Rosa Solano
Joseph Sprecco Josephine Carrillo Barbara Guerin Christine Middleton Kelly Spencer
Cynthia Stiso Cindee Case Bea Halk Ann Miller Francine Sprecco
Carol Stone Patricia Castellon Donna Hanna Ernest Miller, FSC Patricia Stegall
Mary Stone Madonna Castro Carolyn Harich Kristin Monfredini Regina Stifter
Dorothy M. Strening Tricia Cendejas-Leon David Harmon Mary Monroe Marthe Stokowski
Joan Swem Guadalupe Chavarin Christine Harrington Jan Moore Stan Stokowski
John Swem Lupe A. Chavarin Lynn Haye Michelle Moore Sally Stone
Dr. Mari L. Thorkelson Christopher Choi Bridget Henmi Stephanie Moore Gene Stout
Helen Tobias Mary Anne Christensen Cecilia Henritze Steve Morin Margaret Swavely
Chris Tolcher Frances Clair Hope Hernandez Derek Morris Jenice Tam
Lori Tolcher Nancy Clancy Cathy Hess R. Thomas Myers Margaret Tapper
David Tompsett Martin Clement Melissa Hickey Adele Nafziger Marjorie Tavarez
Joyce J. Tompsett Roxanna Clower Monika Hinse James J. Nawrocki Patti Telles
Leif Trondsen Susan Collins Rhonda Hoffarth Suzanne Nawrocki Victor Telles
Rolf Trondsen Colleen Conley Kathleen Holert Elizabeth Nelson Joseph Tembrock
Shawn Trowbridge Michael Conley Robert Honrado Dianne T. Van Nguyen Judy Tembrock
Jeannette Ulibarri Aida Cordero Delvita Hoover Hung Nguyen Stephen Tholcke
Dorian Valles Norma Cordova Claire Horowitz Miguel Noriega Hung Tran
Jessica Vance Allison Critchlow Rose Hudson Norma Noriega Kathleen Tran
Roberta Verderico Alberto Cuevas Kristin Hughes Olivia Nunez Quinn Tran
Suzanne Verge Magdalena Cuevas Lorna Hughes Lorena de Fatima Olague Javier Triviso
Sister Ginny Vissing Carla Cuglietta Rosemary Hunt Catherine Olds Ann Tweedy
Andrew Wang Edward Dacorsi Maria Loan Huynh Frances O’Leary Fiat Valera
Wendy Watson Rita Dacorsi Claire Hwang Victor Olivares Hector Vasquez
John Weckend Theresa Daggi Magdalena Ignacio Victorio Olivares Lily Vasquez
Maximilian Weismair Debbie Dahlen Priscilla Jackson Chris Orem Rebecca Vasquez
Peggy Weismair Cheryl de Gano Elsamma James Susan Orem Theresa Vasquez
Carole Wentz John de Gano Katherine Johns Mayra Ornelas Margaret Vengroski
Barb Wilder Betty Deerwester Corine Juarez Anthony Ortiz Edgar Villanueva
Loreen Wilhelmy Frances dela Cruz Jessica Kepilino Bianca Ortiz Tamara Vollebregt
Roland Wilhelmy Kristin Dixon Elizabeth Kin Yolanda Ortiz Joanne Wang
Frank Williams Matthew Dixon Christina Komenkul Debra Owen Barbara Wehan
Fred Williams Sandra Domingue John Komenkul Lourdes Parra-Andrade Jim Wehan
Linda Williams Sandra Dominguez Lisa Kosiewicz Sybil Paule Deborah Weidner
Linda Williamson Vincent Dominguez Mary Kroesen Robert Peach Linda Westler-Dentino
Rich Williamson Aileen Douglas Brigid Kumler Denise Perkins Angel Wiliams
Barbara Wilson Clete F. Driver Francine Kuzma Richard Perkins Mary Wilkins
Patricia Young Maria L. Duarte Andree Lafrance Lyle Peters Stephanie Williamson
Diane Dyess Danielle Lafrance Paul Prine Laura Woodworth-Gibson
$5 Contribution Patricia Earp Sr. Lisa Laguna Grace Pugliese Leah Zeldin
Carlos Aguilar Kerry Edwards Kathleen Lammers Lorette Quinlan
Jorge Aguilera Richard Egger Rosa Lara Jeanette Ramirez
Jennifer Allison Viki Egger Ryan Ledene Cynthia Ramold
Theresa Anderson Cheryl Epler Gordon Lee Ricardo Ramos
Grace Angus Garth Epler Nan-Ping Lee Tracy Randolph
Jessica Angus Ivy Lynn Ersan Michele Lentz Karen Ratti
Susana Ascencio Ruffo Espinosa Jr. Patricia Leonard Barbara Rector
Madeline Ashley Agnes Espinoza Jane Leung Michael Rector

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SPONSORSHIP
We gratefully acknowledge the following companies for their generous sponsorship of the following speak-
ers and performing artists. To find their books, music or where to obtain their materials, please refer to the
booth number listings.

ACTA PUBLICATIONS LIGUORI PUBLICATIONS PARACLETE PRESS


(Booths 158, 160) (Booths 361, 363, 365, 367) (Booths 109, 111)
Martin Pable Matthew Kessler Maggie Davis
LeAnn Thieman Paula Huston
AVE MARIA PRESS Carol Showalter
(Booths 475, 477, 479, 574, 576, 578) LOYOLA PRESS
Lisa Hendey (Booths 421, 423, 425, 520, 522, 524) PAULIST PRESS
Anne Bryan Smollin James Martin (Booths 216, 218)
Robert Wicks Joe Paprocki Lawrence Boadt
Barbara Fiand
BAYARD/TWENTY-THIRD NEW CITY PRESS Richard Gaillardetz
PUBLICATIONS (Booth 612) Gretchen Hailer
(Booths 319, 321) Megan McKenna Richard Leonard
Leisa Anslinger James Martin
David Haas OCP Rose Pacatte
Bill Huebsch (Booths 137, 139, 141, 236, 238, 240)
Melanie Svoboda Anna Betancourt RCL BENZIGER
Grayson Warren Brown (Booths 127, 129, 131, 133, 226, 228,
CATHOLIC RELIEF SERVICES Cyprian Consiglio 230, 232)
(Booths 316, 318) Eleazar Cortés Steven Ellair
Maria Arroyo Robert Fabing Thomas Groome
Thomas Awiapo Santiago Fernandez Fanny Cededa Pedraza
Kevin Hartigan Paule Freeburg Kate Ristow
Ted Miles Stella Garcia David Wells
Bob Hurd & Anawim
EMMAUS MINISTRIES ValLimar & Frank Jansen WILLIAM H. SADLIER, INC.
(Booths 257) Rudy Lopez (Booths 324, 326, 328, 330, 332)
Monica Brown Jesse Manibusan Carol Cimino
Hilary Musgrave Donna Peña Carole Eipers
Pedro Rubalcava Victor Valenzuela
GIA PUBLICATIONS, INC. Christopher Walker
(Booths 501, 503, 505, 600, 602, 604) VERITAS CO, LTD.

O.R.E.
Tony Alonso ORBIS BOOKS (Booths 336, 338, 340, 342, 344)
Chris de Silva (Booths 536, 538, 540, 542, 544, 546) Megan McKenna
David Haas Tom Beaudoin
Marty Haugen Patrick Brennan WORLD LIBRARY PUBLICATIONS
ValLimar Jansen Michael Crosby (Booths 201, 203, 205, 300, 302, 304)
Liam Lawton John Cusick John Angotti
Donna Peña Richard Gaillardetz Richard Fragomeni
Thomas Groome Jerry Galipeau
LITURGICAL PRESS Jack Jezreel Peter Kolar
(Booths 157, 159, 161) Timothy Matovina Rafael Moreno
Richard Gaillardetz Bryan Massingale Donna Peña
J. Patrick Mullen Richard Rohr Paul Turner
Paul Turner Daniel Smith-Christopher
Richard Cheri &
Paul Ford
Good Ground:
Catherine Upchurch OUR SUNDAY VISITOR
Jennifer Broyard Bonham,
Tom Rausch CURRICULUM DIVISION
Timothy Jones Jr.,
Ronald Witherup (Booths 301, 303, 305, 400 ,402, 404)
Kenneth Louis, &
John Burland
W. Clifford Petty
LITURGY TRAINING ValLimar Jansen
PUBLICATIONS Matthew Kelly
(Booths 337, 339, 341, 343, 345, 347) Tom Kendzia
Paul Turner

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CLARION HOTEL MAP

Clarion Hotel Workshop Location


Orangewood

Clarion Hotel Anaheim Resort


616 Convention Way
Anaheim, CA 92802

Clarion Hotel Food Options


(714) 750-3131

Lounge Daily: 1:00 pm - 10:00 pm


Tivoli Gardens Morning: 6:30 am - 11:00 am
Lunch: 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Dinner: 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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HILTON ANAHEIM HOTEL MAP

 

Hilton Anaheim Hotel Workshop Locations


Laguna (Concourse Level - 4th floor)
Pacific C (Ballroom Level - 2nd floor)
Pacific D (Ballroom Level - 2nd floor) Hilton Anaheim Hotel
777 Convention Way
Anaheim, CA 92802
Maps

Hilton Anaheim Hotel Food Options


(714) 750-4321
Mix Daily: 6:00 am - 10:00 pm
Food Court: Daily: 11:30 am - 8:00 pm
(Sbarro, Baja Fresh, Frozen Assets)
Starbucks Daily: 6:00 am - 10:00 pm

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MARRIOTT HOTEL MAP




 

Anaheim Marriott Hotel Workshop Location


Elite Ballroom
 Grand Ballroom A-E
Grand Ballroom F-K
 La Jolla/Los Angeles Rooms Anaheim Marriott Hotel
700 W Convention Way
 Marquis Ballroom Center Anaheim, CA 92802
 Marquis Ballroom North
 Marquis Ballroom South
 Orange County Ballroom

Anaheim Marriott Hotel Food Options


(714) 750-8000
Café del Sol Daily: 6:30 am - 10:00 pm
JW’s Steakhouse Daily: 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Pizza Hut Daily: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
Starbucks Daily: 6:00 am - 10:00 pm

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SHERATON PARK HOTEL MAP

 

 
Sheraton Park Hotel Workshop Locations
Palm Rooms
 Park Ballroom
Plaza Ballroom
Tiffany Terrace Sheraton Park Hotel
1855 S. Harbor Blvd.
Garden Room Anaheim, CA 92802
Maps

Sheraton Park Hotel Food Options


(714) 750-1811
Molly’s Coffee Shop Morning: 6:00 am - 11:00 am
Lunch: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Overland Stage Daily: 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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CONVENTION AREA MAP

CATEGORY NAME CATEGORY NAME


American 18Fifty Grill, Café del Sol, Cheesecake Fac- Fast Food Alerto’s Mexican, Burgerland, Carl’s Jr., Del
tory, Hasting’s Grill, JT Schmid’s Brewery, Taco, Jack In The Box, McDonald’s, Pizza Hut,
Rainforest Cafe, Red Robin, Tony Roma’s Quiznos, Subway, Taco Bell
Asian Fusion Roy’s Italian Anaheim White House, Buca di Beppo, Caro-
Brewery Oggi’s Pizza & Brew lina’s, Marri’s Pizza, Naples Ristorante
Café La Brea Bakery Louisiana Cuisine House of Blues, Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen
California Cuisine Napa Rose, Tangerine Grill Mediterranean Catal Restaurant
Chinese Grand China, P.F. Chang’s Mexican La Casa Garcia, Los Sanchez, Mexicana
Specialty Starbucks Café, Mi Casita Grill, Ofelia, Taco Mi Pueblo,
Family California Pizza Kitchen, Captain Kidd’s, Tortilla Jo’s
Chubby’s Diner, Coco’s, Denny’s, Disney’s Pizza Pizza Hut, Shakey’s
PCH Grill, Goofy’s Kitchen, Hook’s Pointe, Seafood Bubba Gump Shrimp Co., Joe’s Crab Shack,
IHOP, Jolly Roger Café, Millie’s, Mimi’s Cafe, McCormick & Schmick’s, Mr. Stox
Mix, Molly’s Kitchen, Storyteller’s Café, Tiffy’s, Steakhouse JW’s Steakhouse, Morton’s, Outback,
Tivoli Gardens Overland Stage & Territorial, Ruth’s Chris
Ice Cream Cold Stone Creamery Steakhouse, Steakhouse 55

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AREA RESTAURANT LISTING
NAME LOCATION PHONE FRIDAY HOURS SATURDAY HRS SUNDAY HOURS
18Fifty Grill 1850 S Harbor Blvd (714) 750-2801 6am - 9pm 6am - 9pm 6am - 8pm
Alerto’s Mexican 1770 S Harbor Blvd #128 (714) 520-3200 7am -12mid 7am -2am 7am -12mid
Anaheim White House 887 S Anaheim Blvd (714) 772-1381 11:30am - 10pm 5pm - 10pm 11am - 10pm
Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. 321 W Katella Ave Ste 101 (714) 635-GUMP 11am - 11pm 11am - 11pm 11am - 10pm
Buca di Beppo 11757 Harbor Blvd (714) 740-2822 11am - 11pm 11am - 11pm 11am - 10pm
Burgerland 1770 S Harbor Blvd #132 (714) 956-5456 7am - 11pm 7am - 11pm 7am - 10pm
Café del Sol Marriott Hotel (714) 748-2454 6:30am - 10pm 6:30am - 10pm 6:30am - 10pm
California Pizza Kitchen 321 W Katella Ave Ste 104 (714) 991-0305 11am - 11pm 11am - 11pm 11am - 10pm
Captain Kidd’s 1550 S Harbor Blvd (714) 491-4788 7am - 11pm 7am - 11pm 7am - 11pm
Carl’s Jr. 2119 S Harbor Blvd (714) 971-5641 24 hours 24 hours 24 hours
Carolina’s Italian Cuisine 12045 Chapman Ave (714) 971-5551 11am - 10pm 11am - 10pm 11am - 10pm
Catal Restaurant Downtown Disney (714) 774-4442 5pm - 11pm 5pm - 11pm 5pm - 10pm
Cheesecake Factory 321 W Katella Ave Ste 100 (714) 533-7500 11:30am - 12:30 am 11:30am - 12:30 am 10am - 11pm
Chubby’s Diner 2110 S Harbor Blvd (714) 750-2482 7am - 12mid 7am - 12mid 7am - 11pm
Coco’s Bakery & Restaurant 1100 W Katella Ave (714) 772-0414 6:30am - 12mid 6:30am - 12mid 6:30am - 11pm
Coco’s Bakery & Restaurant 12032 Harbor Blvd (714) 750-7477 6:30am - 12mid 7am - 12mid 7am - 11pm
Cold Stone Creamery 1570 S Harbor Blvd (714) 635-7800 11am - 12mid 11am - 12mid 11am - 12mid
Del Taco 213 E Katella Way (714) 520-0182 24 hours 24 hours 24 hours
Del Taco 2330 S Harbor Blvd (714) 971-5239 24 hours 24 hours 24 hours
Denny’s 1610 S Harbor Blvd (714) 776-3300 24 hours 24 hours 24 hours
Denny’s 1168 W Katella Ave (714) 774-1680 24 hours 24 hours 24 hours
Disney’s PCH Grill Paradise Pier (714) 239-5682 7am - 10pm 7am - 10pm 7am - 10pm
ESPN Zone Downtown Disney (714) 300-3776 11:30am - 1am 11:30am - 1am 11:30am - 12mid
Goofy’s Kitchen Disneyland Hotel (714) 778-6600 7am - 9pm 7am - 9pm 7am - 9pm
Grand China 575 Chapman Ave (714) 740-1888 11am - 10pm 11am - 10pm 11am - 10pm
Hasting’s Grill Hilton Hotel (714) 740-4422 3pm - 11pm 3pm - 11pm 3pm - 11pm
Hook’s Pointe Disneyland Hotel (714) 778-6600 5pm - 9pm 5pm - 9pm 5pm - 9pm
House of Blues Downtown Disney (714) 778-2583 11am - 12mid 11am - 12mid 11am - 11pm
IHOP 1560 S Harbor Blvd (714) 635-0933 24 hours 24 hours 24 hours
IHOP 1840 S Harbor Blvd (714) 750-2411 24 hours 24 hours 24 hours
Jack In The Box 2210 S Harbor Blvd (714) 740-1131 6am - 3am 6am - 3am 6am - 3am
Joe’s Crab Shack 12011 S Harbor Blvd (714) 703-0505 11am - 11pm 11am - 11pm 11am - 11pm
Jolly Roger Café 640 W Katella Ave (714) 782-7515 6:30am - 9pm 6:30am - 9pm 6:30am - 9pm
JT Schmid’s Brewery 2610 E Katella Ave (714) 634-9200 11am - 12mid 12noon - 11pm 12noon - 11pm
JW’s Steakhouse Marriott Hotel (714) 703-3187 5pm - 10pm 5pm - 10pm
La Brea Bakery Café Downtown Disney (714) 490-0233 11am - 9pm 8am -11pm 8am -11pm
La Casa Garcia 531 Chapman (714) 740-1108 8am - 11pm 8am - 11pm 8am - 11pm
Marri’s Pizza 1194 W Katella Ave (714) 533-1631 11am - 12mid 11am - 12mid 11am - 12mid
McCormick & Schmick’s 321 W Katella Ave Ste 109 (714) 535-9000 11:30am - 11pm 11:30am - 11pm 11:30am - 10pm
McDonald’s 1500 S Harbor Blvd (714) 491-0563 5:30am - 2am 5:30am - 2am 5:30am - 2am
Mexicana Café Clarion Hotel (714) 750-3131 5pm - 10pm 5pm - 10pm 5pm - 10pm
Mi Casita Grill 1700 S Harbor Blvd (714) 772-5900 5am - 10:30pm 5am - 10:30pm 5am - 10:30pm
Millie’s Restaurant 1480 S Harbor Blvd (714) 535-6892 6am - 12mid 6am - 12mid 6am - 12mid
Mimi’s Cafe 1400 S Harbor Blvd (714) 456-2223 7am - 11pm 7am - 11pm 7am - 11pm
Mix Hilton Hotel (714) 750-4321 6am - 10pm 6am - 10pm 6am - 10pm
Molly’s Kitchen Sheraton Park (714) 750-1811 6am - 3pm 6am - 3pm 6am - 3pm
Morton’s The Steakhouse 1895 S Harbor Blvd (714) 621-0101 5:30 - 11pm 5:30 - 11pm 5:30 - 10pm
Mr. Stox 1105 E Katella Ave (714) 634-2994 11:30am - 10pm 5:30pm - 10pm 5:30pm - 10pm
Napa Rose Restaurant Grand Californian (714) 300-7170 5:30pm - 10pm 5:30pm - 10pm 5:30pm - 10pm
Naples Ristorante e Pizzeria Downtown Disney (714) 776-6200 5pm - 11pm 5pm - 11pm 5pm - 10pm
Ofelia 12361 Chapman Ave (714) 758-1057 11:30am -10pm 11:30am -10pm 11:30am -10pm
Oggi’s Pizza & Brew 12362 Chapman Ave (714) 534-3599 11am - 11pm 11am - 11pm 11am - 10pm
Outback Steakhouse 12001 Harbor Blvd (714) 663-1107 4pm - 11pm 3pm - 11pm 2pm - 10pm
Overland Stage & Territorial Sheraton Park (714) 750-1811 5pm - 11pm 5pm - 11pm 5pm - 10pm
P.F. Chang’s 321 W Katella Ave Ste 120 (714) 507-2021 11am - 12mid 11am - 12mid 11am - 11pm
Pizza Hut Marriott Hotel (714) 750-8000 11am - 11pm 11am - 11pm 11am - 11pm
Pizza Hut 521 W Chapman Ave (714) 740-2300 10am - 12mid 10am - 12mid 10am - 11pm
Quiznos 1534 S Harbor Blvd (714) 491-1600 8am - 12mid 8am - 12mid 8am - 10pm
Rainforest Cafe Downtown Disney (714) 772-0413 8am - 12mid 8am - 12mid 8am - 11pm
Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen Downtown Disney (714) 776-5200 11am - 11pm 11am - 11pm 11am - 10pm
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Red Robin 12007 S Harbor Blvd (714) 971-4775 11am - 11pm 11am - 11pm 11am - 11pm
Roy’s 321 W Katella Ave Ste 105 (714) 776-7697 5pm - 10:30pm 5pm - 10:30pm 5pm - 10pm
Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse 2041 S Harbor Blvd (714) 750-5466 4pm - 10pm 4pm - 10pm 4pm - 9pm
Shakey’s 1027 S Harbor Blvd (714) 533-0440 11am - 11pm 11am - 11pm 11am - 10pm
Starbucks Hilton Hotel (714) 750-4321 6am - 10pm 6am - 10pm 6am - 9pm
Starbucks Marriott Hotel (714) 750-8000 6am - 10pm 6am - 10pm 6am - 10pm
Steakhouse 55 Disneyland Hotel (714) 778-6600 7am - 9pm 7am - 9pm 7am - 9pm
Storyteller’s Café Grand Californian (714) 635-2300 7am - 10pm 7am - 10pm 7am - 10pm
Subway 1770 S Harbor Blvd #136 (714) 535-3277 24 hours 24 hours 24 hours
Subway 513 W Chapman Ave (714) 748-2847 24 hours 24 hours 24 hours
Taco Bell 2144 S Harbor Ave (714) 638-3429 24 hours 24 hours 24 hours
Taco Mi Pueblo 1188 W Katella Ave (714) 778-3100 7am - 4am 7am - 4am 7am - 4am
Tangerine Grill & Patio 1030 W Katella Ave (714) 772-1186 7am - 10pm 7am - 10pm 7am - 10pm
Tiffy’s Family Restaurant 1060 W Katella Ave (714) 635-1801 6am - 2am 6am - 2am 6am - 2am
Tivoli Gardens Clarion Hotel (714) 750-3131 6:30am - 1pm 6:30am - 1pm 6:30am - 1pm
Tony Roma’s 1640 S Harbor Blvd (714) 520-0200 11am - 12mid 11am - 12mid 11am - 11pm
Tortilla Jo’s Downtown Disney (714) 535-5000 5pm - 11pm 5pm - 11pm 5pm - 10pm

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CATEGORY COMPANY BOOTH CATEGORY COMPANY BOOTH
Adult Faith Formation Crafts (cont.) Colores del Pueblo ...........................369
Little Rock Scripture Study ...............262 Concern America ..............................227, 229
Art Works John August Swanson, Artist ............533, 630, 632 Living Water Wood Works, Inc .........653
Lalo Garcia Sacred & Fine Art ..........233 Sisters of the Holy Names ................115
Madonna Arts ...................................168 Sunrise Printery ................................677
Richard A. Jarrett Stained Glass ......417 Tutwiler Quilts ...................................615
SHCJ Art/France White ....................541 Diocesan Organization
Bibles American Bible Society ....................471, 570 Department of Catholic Schools .......464
Fireside Catholic Publishing .............171, 270 Diocese of Orange ...........................444, 446, 448
Books Abbey Press .....................................283 Diocese of San Bernardino ..............307, 309
ACTA Publications ............................158, 160 Ministry w/ Lesbian & Gay Catholics..467
The Crossroad Publishing Co. .........103, 105, 202, 204 Vocations Office ...............................458, 460, 462
Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co .....178, 180 Eco-fundraiser
Fundación para la Evangelización ...668, 670 Get Green to Get Green ...................122
HarperOne........................................481, 483, 485 Educational Institution
Liturgy Training Publications ............337, 339, 341, 343... Aquinas Institute of Theology ...........383
Megan McKenna - Wayfarer’s Tale ..360 Catholic Theological Union...............250
New City Press .................................612 Ctr for Religion & Spirituality/LMU ....346, 348, 350, 352
Paulist Press Book Center ...............206, 208, 210, 212, 214 De La Salle Christian Brothers .........643, 645
Twenty-Third Publications ................319, 321 Franciscan School of Theology ........285
Veritas Co, Ltd. .................................336, 338, 340, 342, 344 Grad. Program Santa Clara Univ. ....684
Books & Religious Articles Loyola Institute for Ministry...............415
Librería Claretiana ............................676, 678 LMU Dept. of Theological Studies ....346, 348, 350, 352
Books & Videos LMU PLACE Corps ..........................346, 348, 350, 352
David Whyte .....................................314 Loyola University Chicago (IPS).......263
Family Theater Productions .............271, 370 Mount St. Mary’s College, L.A. .........138, 140
Holy Cross Family Ministries ............271, 370 Oblate School of Theology ...............580
Ignatius Press...................................644, 646, 648, 650 Saint John’s School of Theology ......163
Liguori Publications ..........................361, 363, 365, 367 Saint Joseph High School ................568
The Matthew Kelly Foundation .........251, 253 Saint Joseph’s College of Maine ......185
Now You Know Media ......................282 Saint Mary’s Univ. of Minnesota .......581
Pauline Books & Media ....................175, 177, 179, 274... Univ. of Dallas School of Ministry .....506
Paulist Press ....................................216, 218 Univ. of San Francisco (ICEL) ..........482
St. Anthony Messenger Press ..........508, 510, 512, 514 University of St. Thomas ..................543
Torch3m: Movies, Music & Magic .....628 Yale Divinity School ..........................480
Books/Publications Educational Programs
Oxford University Press....................457 Alliance for Catholic Education.........625
Café & Bookstore Design JustFaith Ministries...........................316, 318
Design Identity, Inc. ..........................322 Making Music Praying Twice ............685
Candles Acadian Candle Company................516, 518 University of Notre Dame .................611, 613
Marklin Candle Design .....................323, 325, 422, 424 Educational Resources
Root Candles....................................288 Creative Communications ................317
Cards, Bookmarks, Magnets Nat’l Catholic Educational Assoc. ....667, 669
Cards by Anne ..................................247 William H Sadlier, Inc. ......................324, 326, 328, 330, 332
Celtic Art O’Keeffe Religious Articles ...............265, 267 Fair Trade
Cemeteries & Funeral Services Café Justo Fair Trade Coffee ...........320
Catholic Cemeteries & Mortuaries....582, 584, 586 Heartbeats ........................................153, 252
Children’s Resources Faith & Justice
Butterfly Music ..................................406 Catholic Legislative Network ............118
Herald Entertainment .......................537 Catholic Relief Services ...................316, 318
Nest Family ......................................359 Equal Exchange ...............................153, 252
TheFeltSource.com ..........................619, 718, 720 Homeboy Industries .........................112, 114
Christian Cards & Gifts Office of Justice and Peace..............316, 318
Printery House..................................409, 411, 413 Office of Restorative Justice.............452
Christian Service Organization RestoreJustice.com ..........................450
Christian Found. for Children Aging ...662 St. Camillus Center ..........................465
Jesuit/Ignatian Volunteer Corps .......362, 364, 366, 368 The H20 Project ...............................174
SCRC ...............................................280 Faith-based Community
Society of St. Vincent de Paul, L.A...583 L’Arche Wavecrest............................451
Vincentian Family .............................664, 664A Graphic Design / Web
Church Supplies OPM / Catholic Creative Services ....244
Meyer-Vogelpohl Co. ........................440, 442 International Association
Wood & Iron Factory ........................237 Int’l Catholic Stewardship Council ....686
Computer Software Liturgical Furnishings
Gradelink ..........................................647 Tekton Woodworks ...........................268
Grenville Software, Inc. ....................658 Liturgical Vestments
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Ministry Scheduler Pro .....................651 Chagall Design Limited ....................523, 525, 622, 624
Parish Data System..........................687 CM Almy ...........................................638, 640
ParishSOFT......................................545 Liturgy & Music Resources
Congress Logowear A Fire Within Music...........................308
KWD Uniforms..................................437, 439 GIA Publications, Inc. .......................501, 503, 505, 600...
Craft Supplies & Gifts World Library Publications................201, 203, 205, 300...
A Thread of Hope .............................548 Marriage & Family Resources
Centro Betania, Srs of Mercy, Peru ..419 Christian Family Movement ..............487

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Media El Sembrador Ministries ...................606, 608, 610 (cont.) Dominican School of Philosophy .....384
Military Chaplain Good Ground Press .........................215
U.S. Air Force Chaplain Corps .........663 Group ...............................................147, 149, 151
Ministry Resources Loyola Press.....................................421, 423, 425, 520...
Center for Ministry Development ......311, 313 Monica Brown/Emmaus Ministries ...257
Fr. Tony Ricard - KnightTime Min. ...652 Morehouse Education Resources ....476, 478
Marian University Center ..................420 Orbis Books ......................................536, 538, 540, 542...
RENEW International .......................636 Our Sunday Visitor ...........................401, 403, 405, 500...
Sandalstrap ......................................241, 243, 245 Our Sunday Visitor Curriculum Div. .301, 303, 305, 400 ...
Terry Hershey & Associates .............187, 189, 191 Paraclete Press ................................109, 111
Mission Catholic Heart Workcamp ................689, 691 Pflaum Publishing Group..................211, 213
Columban Mission Awareness .........264 RCL Benziger ...................................127, 129, 131, 133...
Lay Mission-Helpers Association......469 Sacred Heart Kids’ Club ...................688
New Hope for Cambodian Children..120 Saint Mary’s Press ...........................603, 605, 607, 702...
Pontifical Mission Societies ..............181, 183 Storykeepers ....................................246
Mission Training Religious Jewelry
The Tomorrow Project ......................642 Compelling Creations, Inc. ...............575, 674
Claretian Missionaries ......................621, 623 Contreras Religious Art ....................744, 746, 748
Comboni Missionaries ......................710, 712 Faith-Sharing, Inc. ............................170
Maryknoll Fathers & Brothers ...........536, 538, 540, 542... Gold ‘N Things..................................390
Motivational Workshops Religious Life Brothers of the Sacred Heart............385
Dr.Iven / M3 Workshops ...................108 Society of Jesus ...............................362, 364, 366, 368
Music Catholic Association of Music ...........649 Carmelite Monastery of Terre Haute 585
Dennis Doyle / Incarnation Music .....463 Dominican Family .............................407
Heart Beat Records ..........................356 Dominican Friars ..............................384
Jesse Manibusan 2 x 2 Ministries ....145 Glenmary Home Missioners .............284
Joe Melendrez - Rosary Rap............561 Immaculate Heart Community ..........380, 382
OCP..................................................137, 139, 141, 236... Marianist Vocation Ministry...............563, 565
SpiritandSong.com - div. of OCP......143, 242 OLG Franciscan Friars .....................577
Printing Equipment Saint John’s Abbey ...........................165
RISO, Inc. .........................................172 Salvatorians .....................................381
Religious Apparel Sisters of Charity of the BVM ...........660
CATgear ...........................................566 Sisters of Providence .......................466, 468, 470
La Cruz T-Shirts ...............................378 Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange .......447, 449
PAX Clothing ....................................306 Society of the Sacred Heart .............661
Seraph 7 Clothing Company ............156 Religious Publication
Religious Art Al’s Art ..............................................671 America Magazine............................441
Carondelet Artists .............................459, 461 Catechist Magazine ..........................209
Center for Spiritual Development .....443, 445 Catholic Digest .................................315
Creator Mundi, Inc. ...........................142 Commonweal Magazine ...................358
Notre Dame Creations......................121, 123, 220, 222 La Palabra Entre Nosotros ..............408
Relics................................................182, 184 Magnificat .........................................357, 456
Sara K. Rubin Pottery & Sculpture ...217, 219 The Cathedral Foundation................290
Tori … Art on Fire .............................620 Wipf and Stock Publishers ...............714
Val MacRae Designs ........................223, 225 Restorative Justice
Vietnam Catholic Artistic Crafts .......117, 119 Restorative Justice ...........................556, 558, 560, 562
Religious Articles Retreats & Seminars
3 Arches/HolyLandShopping.com ....275, 277, 374, 376 Catholic Engaged Encounter............176
Byzantine Catholic Eparchy .............484 Jesuit Retreat Center .......................362, 364, 366, 368
Cathedral Gift Shop ..........................351, 353 Loyola Institute for Spirituality ..........362, 364, 366, 368
Cotter Church Supplies ....................489, 491, 588, 590 St. Anne in the Mountains ................287
Fundación Ramon Pane...................375, 377, 474 Saint Dolls Soft Saints, Inc. ................................371
Gifts From The Holyland ..................557, 656 Spanish Religious Resources
Holy Land Rocks ..............................657 Editorial Verbo Divino .......................614, 616
Katrina Rae / Mizpah Ministries........261 Gethesemani Libreria Catolica .........387, 389, 391, 486...
Multicultural Resources/Gift Ctr........281 Hispanic Ministry Resource Center ..722, 724
Sacred Findings ...............................571 Librería San Pablo - SOBICAIN .......627, 629, 631, 726...
Tree of Life Imports, Inc....................675 USAMadrid Books ............................286
Religious Articles & Vestments Verbum Dei Libreria Catolica............591, 690, 692
Ecumenicus / Rogationist Fathers....679, 681, 683 Stained Glass Ancient Arts Stained Glass ...............529
Religious Books Teen Resources
Ave Maria Press ...............................475, 477, 479, 574... PamStenzel.com ..............................547
Buena Prensa...................................260 Outside da Box .................................708
Catholic Book Publishing Corp. ........551, 553 Yoursphere Media ............................680
Cistercian Publications .....................258 Travel Catholic Travel Centre ......................266
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Liturgical Press .................................157, 159, 161 Israel Government Tourist Office ......665
Saint John’s Bible .............................256 Vestments & Religious Articles
U.S. Conference Catholic Bishops ....453, 550, 552 Liturgical Apostolate Center .............414, 416, 418
Religious Education Vocations The Carmelite Friars.........................248
Boston College School of Theology 107 Youth Resources
The Stories of Cesar Chavez ...........386 Cornerstone Media Inc. ....................609
Religious Education Resources Girl & Boy Scouts, Camp Fire .........659
Center for Action & Contemplation ...310, 312 Life Teen ...........................................146, 148, 150, 152
Concordia Publishing House ............509, 511, 513 Salesian Youth Ministry ....................410, 412

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COMPANY LOCATION PHONE Web (or Email noted by “@”)
3 Arches USA/HolyLandShopping.com ...................275, 277, 374, 376 (714) 538-7431 www.holylandshopping.com
A Fire Within Music ..................................................308 (909) 240-7884 www.afwmusic.com
A Thread of Hope Guatemalan Fair Trade ..............548 (617) 308-7026 www.athreadofhope.org
Abbey Press ............................................................283 (812) 357-8230 www.carenotes.com
Acadian Candle Company .......................................516, 518 (952) 888-6464 www.acadiancandles.com
ACTA Publications ...................................................158, 160 (847) 676-2282 www.actapublications.com
African American Catholic Ctr. for Evangelization ...167, 169 (323) 777-2106 aaccfe.com
Alexandra International............................................110 (718) 392-9575 www.alexandraint.net
Al’s Art .....................................................................671 (818) 205-8952
America Magazine ...................................................441 (212) 515-0115 www.americamagazine.org
American Bible Society............................................471, 570 (888) 239-3976 abscast@americanbibles.com
Ancient Arts Stained Glass ......................................529 (310) 832-7613 www.AncientArtsStainedGlass.com
Aquinas Institute of Theology ..................................383 (800) 977-3869 www.ai.edu
Ave Maria Press ......................................................475, 477, 479, 574, 576, 578 (800) 282-1865 www.avemariapress.com
Boston College School of Theology & Ministry........107 (617) 552-6535 www.bc.edu/stm
Brothers of the Sacred Heart ...................................385 (732) 718-8559 brothersofthesacredheart.org
Buena Prensa ..........................................................260 (800) 858-5450 www.litpress.org
Butterfly Music .........................................................406 011-61-4-1308-6990 www.butterflymusic.com.au
Byzantine Catholic Eparchy of Van Nuys ................484 (602) 861-9778 www.eparchy-of-van-nuys.org
Café Justo Fair Trade Coffee ..................................320 (520) 364-3532 www.justcoffee.org
California Province of the Society of Jesus .............362, 364, 366, 368 (408) 884-1637 www.jesuitscalifornia.org
Cards by Anne .........................................................247 (888) 766-7761 www.cardsbyanne.com
Carmelite Monastery of Terre Haute........................585 (812) 299-1410 www.heartsawake.org
Carondelet Artists ....................................................459, 461 (310) 889-2135 cproductions@csjla.org
Catechist Magazine .................................................209 (800) 543-4383 www.catechist.com
CATgear ..................................................................566 (352) 636-8750 www.CATgear.com
Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels Gift Shop .......351, 353 (877) 680-5277 www.olacathedral.org
Catholic Association of Music ..................................649 (914) 699-1953 www.CAMmusic.com
Catholic Book Publishing Corp. ...............................551, 553 (973) 890-2400 www.catholicbookpublishing.com
Catholic Cemeteries and Mortuaries .......................582, 584, 586 (888) 416-6440 www.catholicmortuaries.com
Catholic Digest ........................................................315 (860) 437-3012 catholicdigest.com
Catholic Engaged Encounter ...................................176 (888) 267-3660 www.engagedencounter.org
Catholic Heart Workcamp........................................689, 691 (407) 678-0073 www.heartworkcamp.com
Catholic Legislative Network ...................................118 (916) 313-4014 www.cacatholic.org
Catholic Relief Services...........................................316, 318 (619) 618-2363 www.crs.org
Catholic Theological Union ......................................250 (773) 371-5450 www.ctu.edu

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Catholic Travel Centre .............................................266 (800) 553-5233 www.GoCatholicTravel.com
Center for Action and Contemplation.......................310, 312 (505) 242-9588 www.cacradicalgrace.org
Center for Ministry Development .............................311, 313 (888) 723-2433 www.CMDnet.org
Center for Religion & Spirituality - LMU ...................346, 348, 350, 352 (310) 338-2799 www.lmu.edu/academics/extension/crs
Center for Spiritual Development ............................443, 445 (714) 744-3175 www.thecsd.com
Centro Betania, Sisters of Mercy, Peru Mission ......419 011-51-733-72231 terrysaettarsm@gmail.com
Chagall Design Limited............................................523, 525, 622, 624 (800) 947-7923 www.chagalldesign.com
Christian Family Movement .....................................487 (812) 962-5508 www.cfm.org
Christian Foundation for Children & Aging ..............662 (913) 384-7136 www.hopeforafamily.org
Cistercian Publications ............................................258 (800) 858-5450 www.cistercianpublications.org
Claretian Missionaries .............................................621, 623 (213) 629-3101 www.claretian.com
CM Almy ..................................................................638, 640 (800) 225-2569 www.almy.com
Colores del Pueblo ..................................................369 (432) 247-1407 www.coloresdelpueblo.org
Columban Mission Awareness Resources ..............264 (877) 299-1920 www.columban.org
Comboni Missionaries .............................................710, 712 (626) 339-1914 roxanne@comboni.com
Commonweal Magazine ..........................................358 (212) 662-4200 www.commonwealmagazine.org
Compelling Creations, Inc. ......................................575, 674 (770) 394-3598 www.compelling-creations.com
Concern America .....................................................227, 229 (714) 953-8575 www.concernamerica.org
Concordia Publishing House ...................................509, 511, 513 (800) 325-3040 www.cph.org
Contreras Religious Art............................................744, 746, 748 (760) 741-9978 www.scontreras.com
Cornerstone Media Inc. ...........................................609 (707) 431-8336 www.cornerstonemedia.org
Cotter Church Supplies ...........................................489, 491, 588, 590 (213) 385-3366 www.cotters.com
Creative Communications for the Parish .................317 (636) 305-9777 creativecommunications.com
Creator Mundi, Inc. ..................................................142 (303) 795-8148 www.creatormundi.com
David Whyte ............................................................314 (360) 221-1324 www.davidwhyte.com
De La Salle Christian Brothers ................................643, 645 (707) 252-3861 www.brothersvocation.org
Dennis Doyle / Incarnation Music ............................463 (818) 240-1000 english.glendale.edu/doyle.a.html
Department of Catholic Schools ..............................464 (213) 637-7584 archdiocese.la/learning/schools
Design Identity, Inc. .................................................322 (775) 885-1466 www.designidentity.net
Diocese of Orange...................................................444, 446, 448 (714) 282-3060 www.rcbo.org
Diocese of San Bernardino......................................307, 309 (909) 475-5140 www.sbdiocese.org
Dominican Family ....................................................407 (415) 939-5873 www.sanrafaelop.org
Dominican Friars .....................................................384 (510) 596-1821 www.opwest.org
Dominican School of Philosophy & Theology ..........384 (888) 450-3778 www.dspt.edu
Doubleday, a division of Random House, Inc. .........564 (212) 782-9760 doubleday.com
Dr.Iven / M3 Workshops ..........................................108 (310) 540-4860 www.dr-iven.com
Ecumenicus / Rogationist Fathers ...........................679, 681, 683 (609) 588-0556 religiousmerchandise.com
Editorial Verbo Divino ..............................................614, 616 011-34-948-566-911 www.verbodivino.es
El Sembrador Ministries ..........................................606, 608, 610 (818) 260-0222 www.elsembrador.org
Equal Exchange ......................................................153, 252 (774) 776-7414 www.equalexchange.coop
Faith-Sharing, Inc. ...................................................170 (800) 559-0514 www.faith-sharing.com
Family Theater Productions.....................................271, 370 (800) 874-0999 www.familytheater.org
Fireside Catholic Publishing ....................................171, 270 (800) 676-3264 www.firesidecatholic.com
Fr. Tony Ricard - KnightTime Ministries ...................652 (504) 944-0166 www.FatherTony.com
Franciscan School of Theology ...............................285 (877) 793-1FST www.fst.edu
Fundación para la Evangelización y Comunicación ..668, 670 (973) 495-1796 www.fecom.org
Fundación Ramon Pane ..........................................375, 377, 474 (954) 885-1507 www.fundacionpane.org
Get Green to Get Green ..........................................122 (877) 744-8644 www.getgreentogetgreen.com
Gethesemani Libreria Catolica ................................387, 389, 391, 486, 488, 490 (323) 262-7904 www.gethesemani.com
GIA Publications, Inc. ..............................................501, 503, 505, 600, 602, 604 (800) 442-1358 www.giamusic.com
Gifts From The Holyland..........................................557, 656 (888) 336-3275 www.giftsfromtheholyland.com
Girl Scouts, Camp Fire & Boy Scouts......................659 (626) 967-1815 www.laccs.org
Glenmary Home Missioners ....................................284 (513) 881-7410 www.glenmary.org
Gold ‘N Things .........................................................390 (909) 579-0309 lwoolums@gmail.com
Good Ground Press.................................................215 (800) 232-5533 goodgroundpress.com
Gradelink .................................................................647 (800) 742-3083 www.gradelink.com
Graduate Program in Pastoral Ministries &
Jesuit School of Theology at Santa Clara Univ. ..684 (408) 554-4831 www.scu.edu/pm
Grenville Software, Inc. ...........................................658 (866) 286-3062 www.grenware.com
Group.......................................................................147, 149, 151 (800) 447-1070 www.group.com
Guadalupe Radio / Hombre Nuevo .........................291 (626) 444-4442 www.guadaluperadio.com
HarperOne ...............................................................481, 483, 485 (415) 477-4456 www.harperone.com
Heart Beat Records .................................................356 (319) 835-9144 www.heartbeatrecords.com
Heartbeats ...............................................................153, 252 (800) 808-1991 www.heartbeatscatalog.org
Herald Entertainment...............................................537 (214) 548-6177 larry@heraldentertainment.com
Hispanic Ministry Resource Ctr. at Claretian Pub....722, 724 (800) 328-6515 hmrc.claretianpubs.org
Holy Cross Family Ministries ...................................271, 370 (800) 299-7729 www.hcfm.org
Holy Land Rocks .....................................................657 (909) 575-8006 www.HolyLandRocks.com
Homeboy Industries.................................................112, 114 (323) 526-1254 www.homeboy-industries.org
Exhibitors

Ignatius Press ..........................................................644, 646, 648, 650 (415) 387-2324 www.ignatius.com


Immaculate Heart Community .................................380, 382 (323) 466-2157 www.immaculateheartcommunity.org
International Catholic Stewardship Council .............HOLD (800) 352-3452 www.catholicstewardship.org
Israel Government Tourist Office .............................665 (310) 978-4117 www.protravelinc.com
J4 Games ................................................................587 (760) 434-2428 www.j4games.com
Jesse Manibusan 2 x 2 Ministries............................145 (817) 481-3387 www.jessemanibusan.com
Jesuit Retreat Center...............................................362, 364, 366, 368 (650) 917-4029 www.jrclosaltos.com
Jesuit/Ignatian Volunteer Corps...............................362, 364, 366, 368 (408) 241-4200 www.jesuitvolunteers.org

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COMPANY LOCATION PHONE Web (or Email noted by “@”)
Joe Melendrez - Rosary Rap ...................................561 www.rosaryrap.com
John August Swanson, Artist ...................................533, 630, 632 (310) 649-1210 www.johnaugustswanson.com
Judson Studios ........................................................388 (323) 255-0131 www.judsonstudios.com
JustFaith Ministries ..................................................316, 318 (502) 429-0865 www.justfaith.org
Katrina Rae / Mizpah Ministries ...............................261 (615) 822-4815 www.katrinarae.com
KWD Uniforms .........................................................437, 439 (562) 690-2263 kwduniform@aol.com
La Cruz T-Shirts.......................................................378 (310) 702-0475 www.lacruztshirts.com
La Palabra Entre Nosotros / The Word Among Us ..408 (301) 874-2190 www.wau.org
Lalo Garcia Sacred & Fine Art Studio ......................233 (818) 365-8003 www.lalogarcia.com
L’Arche Wavecrest ...................................................451 (714) 923-1221 www.larchewavecrest.org
Lay Mission-Helpers Association .............................469 (213) 368-1873 laymissionhelpers.org
Librería Claretiana ...................................................676, 678 (213) 629-3101
Librería San Pablo - SOBICAIN ..............................627, 629, 631, 726, 728, 730 (323) 262-7861 www.elibreriasanpablo.com
Life Teen ..................................................................146, 148, 150, 152 (480) 820-7001 www.lifeteen.com
Liguori Publications .................................................361, 363, 365, 367 (800) 325-9521 www.liguori.org
Little Rock Scripture Study ......................................262 (800) 858-5434 www.littlerockscripture.org
Liturgical Apostolate Center.....................................414, 416, 418 (213) 250-7962 www.pddm.us
Liturgical Press ........................................................157, 159, 161 (800) 858-5450 www.litpress.org
Liturgy Training Publications....................................337, 339, 341, 343, 345, 347... (773) 579-4900 www.LTP.org
Living Water Wood Works, Inc ................................653 (714) 549-3756 karenhenks@verizon.net
Loyola Institute for Ministry ......................................415 (800) 777-5469 lim.loyno.edu
Loyola Institute for Spirituality..................................362, 364, 366, 368 (408) 884-1637 www.loyolainstitute.org
Loyola Marymount Univ. Dept. of Theo. Studies .....346, 348, 350, 352 (310) 338-5813 bellarmine.lmu.edu/theologicalstudies
Loyola Marymount Univ. PLACE Corps...................346, 348, 350, 352 (310) 338-5813 soe.lmu.edu/admissions/programs/place
Loyola Press ............................................................421, 423, 425, 520, 522, 524 (800) 621-1008 www.loyolapress.com
Loyola Univ. Chicago-Institute of Pastoral Studies ...263 (800) 424-1238 www.luc.edu/lips
Madonna Arts ..........................................................168 (619) 297-4931 madonnaarts.com
Magnificat ................................................................357, 456 (914) 502-1846 www.Magnificat.com
Making Music Praying Twice ...................................685 (201) 400-8696 www.makingmusicprayingtwice.com
Marian University Center for Catholic Stewardship .420 (317) 445-5954 www.allaboutchurchengagement.com
Marianist Vocation Ministry ......................................563, 565 (808) 735-4801 www.marianist.com/vocations
Marklin Candle Design ............................................323, 325, 422, 424 (603) 746-2211 www.marklincandledesign.com
Maryknoll Fathers & Brothers ..................................536, 538, 540, 542, 544, 546 (888) 627-9566 www.orbisbooks.com
Megan McKenna - The Wayfarer’s Tale ..................360 (210) 393-7617 www.meganmckenna.org
Meyer-Vogelpohl Co. ...............................................440, 442 (800) 543-0264 mvchurchgoods.com
Ministerio Biblico Verbo Divino ................................515, 517 (909) 383-9030 www.verbodivino.org
Ministry Scheduler Pro ............................................651 (888) 622-0949 www.MinisterSchedulerPro.com
Ministry with Lesbian & Gay Catholics ....................467 (213) 947-4907 archdiocese.la/ministry/mlgc
Mitch Albom .............................................................113 www.mitchalbom.com
Monica Brown & Emmaus Ministries .......................257 (925) 449-1261 emmausproductions.com
Morehouse Education Resources ...........................476, 478 (800) 242-1918 www.morehouseeducation.org
Mount St. Mary’s College, Los Angeles ...................138, 140 (213) 477-2640 www.msmc.la.edu
Multicultural Resources / Gift Center .......................281 (213) 351-9510 ging12353@yahoo.com
National Catholic Educational Association ..............667, 669 (800) 711-6232 www.ncea.org
Nest Family..............................................................359 (800) 988-6378 bestbibledvds.com
New City Press ........................................................612 (800) 462-5980 www.newcitypress.com
New Hope for Cambodian Children (NHCC) ...........120 (254) 394-8554 www.newhopeforcambodianchildren.com
Nippert & Co Artworks .............................................567 (717) 385-8166 catholicartworks.com
Notre Dame Creations .............................................121, 123, 220, 222 (805) 558-5182 www.inthebetween.com
Now You Know Media..............................................282 (800) 955-3904 nowyouknowmedia.com
Oblate School of Theology ......................................580 (210) 341-1366 www.ost.edu
OCP .........................................................................137, 139, 141, 236, 238, 240 (800) 548-8749 www.ocp.org
Office of Justice and Peace .....................................316, 318 (213) 637-7690 www.archdiocese.la/ojp
Office of Restorative Justice ....................................452 (213) 438-4820 www.rcbo.org
O’Keeffe Religious Articles ......................................265, 267 (626) 444-3817 jmccarthy1425@sbcglobal.net
OLG Franciscan Friars ............................................577 (505) 831-9199 www.olgvocations.org
OPM / Catholic Creative Services ...........................244 (818) 567-2055 www.opmdesign.com
Orbis Books .............................................................536, 538, 540, 542, 544, 546 (888) 627-9566 www.maryknollsociety.org
Our Sunday Visitor ..................................................401, 403, 405, 500, 502, 504 (407) 248-3920 www.osv.com
Our Sunday Visitor Curriculum Division
(formerly Harcourt Religion Publishers) ..............301, 303, 305, 400 ,402, 404 (800) 348-2440 www.osvcurriculum.com
Outside da Box ........................................................708 (630) 242-4898 www.outsidedabox.com
Oxford University Press ...........................................457 (800) 334-4249 www.oup.com/us
PamStenzel.com .....................................................547 (800) 786-8283 www.PamStenzel.com
Paraclete Press .......................................................109, 111 (800) 451-5006 www.paracletepress.com
Parish Data System .................................................687 (877) 737-4457 www.acstechnologies.com
ParishSOFT .............................................................545 (734) 205-1000 www.parishsoft.com
Pauline Books & Media ...........................................175, 177, 179, 274, 276, 278 (310) 397-8676 www.pauline.org
Exhibitors

Paulist Press............................................................216, 218 (800) 218-1903 www.paulistpress.com


Paulist Press Book Center.......................................206, 208, 210, 212, 214 (877) 545-8815 paulistpressbookcenter.com
PAX Clothing ...........................................................306 (310) 548-6535 www.paxclothing.com
Pflaum Publishing Group .........................................211, 213 (800) 543-4383 www.pflaum.com
Pontifical Mission Societies .....................................181, 183 (212) 563-8710 www.onefamilyinmission.org
Printery House .........................................................409, 411, 413 (800) 322-2737 www.printeryhouse.org
Protravel International .............................................665 (310) 978-4117 www.protraveline.com
RCL Benziger ..........................................................127, 129, 131, 133, 226, 228... (877) 275-4725 www.RCLBenziger.com
Relics .......................................................................182, 184 (602) 788-0065 knottssheila@yahoo.com

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COMPANY LOCATION PHONE Web (or Email noted by “@”)
RENEW International ..............................................636 (908) 769-5400 www.renewintl.org
Restorative Justice: California Catholic Conf. .........556, 558, 560, 562 (916) 313-4019 www.cacatholic.org
RestoreJustice.com .................................................450 (916) 313-4015 dmcdermott@cacatholic.org
Richard A. Jarrett Stained Glass Studio ..................417 (760) 788-9243 www.richardajarrett.com
RISO, Inc. ................................................................172 (800) 876-7476 us.riso.com
Root Candles ...........................................................288 (714) 379-9220
Sacred Findings - Creative Meditations & More ......571 (310) 413-2775 www.sacredfindings.com
Sacred Heart Kids’ Club ..........................................688 (323) 935-2372 sacredheartsisters.com
Saint John’s Abbey ..................................................165 (320) 363-2548 abbeyvocations.com
Saint John’s Bible ....................................................256 (800) 654-0476 www.saintjohnsbible.org
Saint John’s School of Theology • Seminary ...........163 (800) 361-8318 www.csbsju.edu/sot
Saint Joseph High School .......................................568 (562) 925-5073 www.sj-jester.org
Saint Joseph’s College of Maine /
GPS Saint Joseph’s Online .................................185 (207) 893-7843 sjcme.edu/gps
Saint Mary’s Press...................................................603, 605, 607, 702, 704, 706 (800) 533-8095 www.smp.org
Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota ......................581 (800) 635-5987 smumn.edu/ipm
Salesian Youth Ministry ...........................................410, 412 (626) 280-8622 salesianym.org
Salvatorians - Priests, Brothers, Sisters and Lay ....381 (414) 258-1735 www.salvatorians.com
Sandalstrap .............................................................241, 243, 245 (800) 515-0047 www.sandalstrap.com
Sara K. Rubin Pottery and Sculpture.......................217, 219 (585) 442-6890
SCRC ......................................................................280 (818) 771-1361 www.scrc.org
Seraph 7 Clothing Company ...................................156 (713) 823-6442 www.seraph7.com
SHCJ Art/France White ...........................................541 (626) 345-1666 shcj.org/white_reproductions.html
Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary ..........660 (408) 569-7222 www.bvmcong.org
Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods..466, 468, 470 (812) 535-2802 sistersofprovidence.org
Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange...............................447, 449 (714) 744-3715 sistersofstjosephorange.org
Sisters of the Holy Names/Clay Creations ..............115 (408) 354-3944 snicki@stmaryslg.org
Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Council of L.A. ........583 (800) 974-3571 www.svdpla.org
Society of the Sacred Heart.....................................661 (888) 844-7725 www.rscj.org
Soft Saints, Inc. .......................................................371 (714) 505-3127 www.softsaints.com
SpiritandSong.com - a division of OCP ...................143, 242 (800) 548-8749 www.spirtandsong.com
St. Andrew’s Abbey..................................................637, 639, 641, 736, 738, 740 (661) 944-1047 saintandrewsabbey.com
St. Anne in the Mountains Retreat Center ...............287 (909) 867-2832 www.mountaincatholic.org
St. Anthony Messenger Press .................................508, 510, 512, 514 (800) 488-0488 AmericanCatholic.org
St. Camillus Center - HIV/AIDS, Pax Christi ............465 (323) 225-4461 www.stcamilluscenter.org
St. Vincent Pallotti Ctr. for Apostolic Development ..742 (877) 865-5465 www.pallotticenter.org
Storykeepers ...........................................................246 storykeepers.com
Sunrise Printery .......................................................677 (888) 351-3185 www.sunriseprintery.com
Tekton Woodworks ..................................................268 (435) 513-5500 www.tektonwoodworks.com
Terry Hershey & Associates.....................................187, 189, 191 (206) 463-4550 www.terryhershey.com
The Carmelite Friars/Order of Carmelites ...............248 (713) 906-2233 www.carmelites.net
The Cathedral Foundation .......................................290 (888) 768-9555 www.cathedralfoundation.org
The Crossroad Publishing Co..................................103, 105, 202, 204 (845) 517-0180 www.CrossroadPublishing.com
The H20 project .......................................................174 (281) 686.0616 theh2oproject.org
The Matthew Kelly Foundation ................................251, 253 (513) 221-7700 www.matthewkelly.org
The Stories of Cesar Chavez ..................................386 (818) 337-9267 storiesofcesarchavez.com
The Tomorrow Project/Catholic Charities ................642 (619) 230-1151 www.tomorrowproject.org
TheFeltSource.com .................................................619, 718, 720 (951) 695-7440 thefeltsource.com
Torch3m: Dominican Movies, Music & Magic ..........628 (323) 533-0306 www.torch3m.org
Tori … Art on Fire.....................................................620 (951) 675-0157 www.torisfire.com
Transportation Charter Services, Inc. ......................379 (714) 637-4300 www.tcsbus.com
Tree of Life Imports, Inc. ..........................................675 (800) 300-3335 thetreeoflifeimports.com
Tutwiler Quilts ..........................................................615 (662) 345-8393 www.tutwilerquilters.org
Twenty-Third Publications .......................................319, 321 (800) 321-0411 www.23rdpublications.com
U.S. Air Force Chaplain Corps ................................663 (800) 803-2452 www.usafhc.af.mil
U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) ......453, 550, 552 (800) 235-8722 www.usccbpublishing.org
University of Dallas School of Ministry ....................506 (888) 447-4777 www.udallas.edu/ministry
University of Notre Dame ........................................611, 613 (571) 631-4535 step.nd.edu
Univ.of Notre Dame/Alliance for Catholic Education..625 (574) 631-7052 ace.nd.edu
University of San Francisco - Institute for
Catholic Educational Leadership (ICEL) .............482 (415) 422-6226 usfca.edu/icel
Univ. of St. Thomas - Center for Faith & Culture .....543 (713) 942-5067 stthom.edu/cfc
USAMadrid Books ...................................................286 (312) 404-3274 usamadrid.com
Val MacRae Designs ...............................................223, 225 (562) 429-7462 sacred-spiral.com
Verbum Dei Libreria Catolica ...................................591, 690, 692 (323) 722-7275 verbumdeiusa@aol.com
Veritas Co, Ltd. ........................................................336, 338, 340, 342, 344 011-353-1-8788177 www.veritas.ie
Vietnam Catholic Artistic Crafts & Books .................117, 119 (714) 260-4570 le_kimloan@yahoo.com
Vincentian Family ....................................................664, 664A (650) 949-8890 www.famvin.org
Vocations Office.......................................................458, 460, 462 (213) 637-7514 www.lavocations.org
William H Sadlier, Inc...............................................324, 326, 328, 330, 332 (800) 221-5175 www.sadlier.com
Wipf and Stock Publishers.......................................714 (541) 344-1528 www.wipfandstock.com
Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co ............................178, 180 (800) 253-7521 www.eerdmans.com
Wood & Iron Factory................................................237 (619) 710-1660 larry@thewoodironfactory.com
World Library Publications .......................................201, 203, 205, 300, 302, 304 (800) 566-6150 www.wlpmusic.com
Yale Divinity School .................................................480 (203) 432-5360 www.yale.edu/divinity
Yoursphere Media ...................................................680 (530) 747-2424 www.yoursphere.com

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