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CONTENTS
25 ASSEMBLIES, GENERAL
9 BUTTONS
7 CONFESSIONS/PENANCE SERVICE
13 EXHIBITORS
10 FILM VIEWING
8 FOOD
7 INFORMATION
8 HOSPITALITY ROOM INFORMATION
LITURGIES:
28 Friday
29 Saturday
30-31 Sunday
9 MESSAGE CENTER
26 MUSICIANS
10 TAPING INFORMATION
WORKSHOPS:
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16 Friday c l1AFs,.
19 Saturday Cent:o::entt.oo
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22 Sunday e,..htb . . l.s
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Pleas e wear your identification badge at all


times during the Congr ess !
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HIS EMINENCE, CARDINAL TIMOTHY MANNING


Archbishop of Los Angeles
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ARCHDIOCESE OF LOS ANGELES


1531 WEST NINTH STREET
LOS ANGELES, CALl FORN lA 900 I 5
388-8101

Dear friends:

"Doing the truth in love" requires a mature


commitment to Him whose immeasurable love brought us out
of darkness into His own wonderful light.

It is a call from the Master of life and love,


who assures us of His presence through prayer, Sacraments,
His revealed word, and Christian example.

It is extending ourselves outside the normal


pattern of everyday living to reach others with the message
of Christ Jesus, who said: "The truth will make you free."

Our Religious Education Congress is always an


opportunity for each one of us individually - as well as a
community - to experience new spiritual and intellectual
growth. The joy of these moments together cannot be described
in words, but the Spirit speaks of it in our hearts.

Praying God's special blessing upon all of you,


our Congress delegates, as well as all whose many hours of
planning and work have made these days possible, I am

Very devotedly yours,

Timothy Cardinal Manning


c Archbishop of Los Angeles
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HIS EXCELLENCY WILLIAM R. JOHNSON


Bishop of Diocese of Orange
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CONGRESS
COMMITTEE

CONGRESS GENERAL CHAI RMAN


Monsignor John F. Barry

ASSOCIATE CHAIRMEN
Father Lloyd A. Torgerson
Father David Sork

CONGRESS EXECUTIVE SECRETARY


Mrs. Joanne Guenther

CONGRESS COMMITTEE MEMBERS


Mr. Peter Boron
Mr. Verne Boyer
Mr. Ron Griffen
Mr. Bill Hall
Sister Suzanne Jabro, C.S.J.
Mr. Frank King
Brother Tim Mayworm, F.S.C.
Mrs. Juanita Meller
Mr. Bill Moller
Miss Margaret Muro
Mr. Charles Niemoeller
Sister Denise Pocius, S. S. S.
Mr. Kenneth Poole
Mr. Ted Shaw
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OFF I CE STAFF

OFFICE OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION (CCD)

DIRECTOR
Reverend Honsignor John F . Barry

ASSOCIATE DIRECTORS
Reverend Lloyd A. Torgerson
Reverend David Sork

CONSULTANTS
Mr. Don Boyd
Sister Teresa Doherty, R.S.C.
Sister Gemm<J Fisher, S.N.J.M.
Sister Mary Irene Fl<Jnagan, C.S.J.
Sister Mary Antoinette Gisslt:r, P.B.V.M.
Sister Suzanne Jabro, C .S .J.
Sister Bernadette Kane, S.H.F.
Sister Jane Nartha Levikow, S.S.S.
Sister Eva Marie Lumas., S.S.S.
Brother Tim Na}"vOrm, F.S.C.
Sister Denise Pocius, S.S.S.
Sister Diane Smith, C.S.J.
Sister Alina Spincemaille, I.C.N.
East Los Angeles Office
Sister Ellen Muldoon, S. S.C.
Sister Maria Hilaria Sedando, S.A.C.
San Ferr.ando Religious Educa t ion Center
Sister Diane Smith, C.S.J.
Santa Barbara Office
Hrs. Ann Fischer
Reverend Pat Roemer
Reverend Jerry Bellamy
OFFICE STAFF
Miss Lucrecia Cuadra
Miss Penny Gilpin
Mrs. Peggy Giron
Mrs. Joanne Guenther
Mrs. Jackie Cueringer
Mrs. Helen Kemeny
Miss Margaret Muro
Mrs. Bert Siberz
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INFORMATION

PENANCE CELEBRATION
Saturday evening
in the Arena
following the
General Assembly

Bishop William R. Johnson


Principal Celebrant
Rev. Msgr. John Sammon
Horrritist

CHAPEL .... .. Open daily during Congress, 8:30a.m.


to 4:30p.m. in the Orange Room.
CONFESSIONS . (In English and Spanish) on Friday
and Saturday, 4:00-4:45 p.m.
FIRST AID ROOM ... See letter "M" on map, page 15
HOSPITALITY ROOMS . See page 8 for details.
MESSAGE CENTER ... See page 9
REST ROOMS ... See lette-r; "R" on map, page 15

PRIESTS: Faailities for private Mass are available


between 10:30 a.m. and i2:00 noon in rooms 101 and
102 in the Convention Center.

SMOKERS:
Please be considerate of others . Follow any special
instructions given i n workshops


IN THE EVENT OF ANY EMERGENCY
PLEASE NOTIFY WORKSHOP ASSISTANTS
OR ANY CONGRESS REPRESENTATIVE
IN THE LOBBY AREAS .


HEADQUARTERS ................... 956-46 7 0
HOSPITALITY ROOM INFORMATION .... 956-5100
REGISTRATION DESK ............. 956-4672
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HOSPrTALITV ROOMS

DO YOU ...
~/ANT TO KNOW WHEi;E THE HOSPITALITY ROOM OF
ANY CFRTAIN PARISH IS LOCATED?

WANT TO LET OTHERS KNOW WHERE YOUR HOSPI-


TALITY ROOM MAY BE FOUNu?

Neither the Convention Center n<)r the hotels will


have such information UNLESS IT'S PROVIDED BY THE
PARI.)HES!

As soon as you have checked into your hotel / mo !~ e l .


TELEPHONE THE HOSPITALITY TABLE LOCATED IN THE
SOUTH LOBBY OF THE CONVENTION CENTER, and report
your parish name, parish city, name of hotel/motel,
and room number (or your diocese if other than Los
Angeles, etc.).

To locate another parish's hospitality room, stop


by or phone the Hospitality Room Table. You will
get the information IF that parish has provided it.
HOSPITALITY ROOM TABLE
956-5100
(this number in use ONLY on Feb. 3, 4, and 5)


FOOC

CONVENTION CENTER IN THE NORTH EXHIBITION HALL ....


Continental Breakfast served daily from 8:00 to
9:30 a.m.
Lunch, 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Dinner (Friday and Saturday), 6:00 to 8:00p.m.
Cart service and concourse c(>rcessjon service
all day.

NEARBY RESTAURANTS AND HOTELS offer a variety of


food.
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MESSAGE CENTER

LEAVE A MESSAGE.'
RECEIVE A MESSAGE!

If your family or friends want to contact you while


you're at the Congress, have them phone:

(714) 635-8440

MESSAGES WILL BE TAKEN AND LEFT FOR YOU TO PICK UP.


If YOU would like to leave a message for someone
who is attending the Congress, you can write it out
and leave it at this handy Message Center, which
is located in the South Lobby of the Convention
Center.


BUTTONS

19?8 CONGRESS
"DOING THE TRUTH IN LOVE"
BUTTONS
may be purchased from any of the
Pages at the Convention Genter .


"DOING THE TRUTH IN LOVE" button, banner and ante-
pendium, Congress program and 1 it ur gy covers by
Penny Gilpin.

Liturgy formats and printing by Margaret Muro.

Preparation of the music for program and liturgies


by Ken Canedo and Bob Juarez.
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FILJ\1\
VIEWING

FRI DAY, SATURDAY, SUN DAY


10 : 00 <l .m. t o 4: 30p .m.
HUNTI NGTON BEAC H ROOM
NO registrati on - NO cha rge

FILM CONPANIES lmOSE WORKS HILL BE PREVIEIVED:


American Bible Society
Barr Films
Family Films
Frnnciscnn Communications
Mass Media Ministries
Paulist Press
Paulist Productions
Pyramid Films
Right to Life League of Southern California
Stephen Bosustow Productions
A list of filr.?.s and their showing time will
be availal:Jle at the Pro([!'arn Booth

TAPING

Professional taping of most workshops will be


available. Premium quality is guaranteed by
TAPETTE CORPOEATION. The
cost: $4.50 for a single

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cassette, 1<1i th prices as
low as $3.65 when pur-
chased in quanti~y. (Cost
varies '>Ccording to the
number ordered.)

ORDERS FOR CASSETTES WILL BE TAKEN AT THE


TAPETTE CORPORATION BOOTH IN THE SOUTH LOBBY
OF THE CONVENTION CENTER. (After Congress,
contact TAPETTE CORPORATION AT: 7221 Garden
Grove Blvd., Garden Grove, Calif. 92641,
telephone (714) 638-7960.
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OUR

APPRECIATION

to SISTER MARIE CLAUDETTE, JOANNE MALONE, and SISTER


RUTH KENT, Congress Sacristans, who handle the many de-
tails required for the liturgies ...

.. to GENERAL MOTORS for Mrs. Marilyn Van Derbur


. to IKONOGRAPHICS, INC. for Mrs. Gaynell Cronin
to M.R.T. (Management, Research and Technical Sys tems
Corp.) and to Ray Rafa tdj ah and staff, for all the
help with the compu ters
. to NORTH AMERICAN LITURGY RESOURCES for Father Carey
Landry
.. to WM. H. SADLIER PUBLISHING CO. for Eileen Ander s on,
Ellis & Lynch, and Andrea and Dr. Paul Selecky
. to ST. MARY'S COLLEGE PRESS for Tom Zanzig
. to SILVER BURDETT CO. for Miss Maureen Kelly
... to WORLD LIBRARY PUBLICATIONS, INC. for Father Lucien
Deiss and Mrs. Gloria Weyman

AND

to the hundreds of dedicated men and women


who gave thousands of volunteer hours (be-
fore and during the Congress) to help make
this event a. reality.
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EXHIBITOR BOOTH NUMBER(S)

ALL ABOUT UNIFORMS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126


AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21, 22
AQUIN PUBLISHING COMPANY ...... . ... . . ..... 119
ARCHDIOCESAN PASTORAL COUNCIL ............... 125
ARENA LETTRES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29, 30
AUGSBURG PUBLISHING HOUSE ............... 109, 110
AVE MARIA PRESS ................ ..... ... . . . . . . . .... 31, 32
BENZINGER, BRUCE & GLENCOE .................... 103
BEREAN BOOKSTORES ............... ....... . 76, 77, 78
BORROMEO GUILD BOOK SHOP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45, 46
WM. C. BROWN PUBLISHING COMPANY ............... . .. 93, 94
CATECHIST/PFLAUM PRESS .......................... 62
CATHOLIC RELIEF SERVICES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120
CAUSE FOR PADRE PIO, INC ......... .. . . . . ..... 67
CHILDREN'S MINISTERIES ...... .. . ... . .... . 9
CHRISTIAN CORNER ... .. . ....... . .... .. .... 1, 2, 3
CHRISTIAN MARRIAGE ENRICHMENT .. .. . .... .... . ...... 38
CHURCH VOCATIONS ................... . . ... . 104, 105
COLUMBAN FATHERS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
CONCERN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7, 8
CORPUS/SillfORE................ ... . .... . ..... 27
COTTER CHURCH SUPPLIES, INC .............. 51, 52, 81, 82
COVENANT .............................. 115, 116, 117, 118
DAUGHTERS OF ST. PAUL ................. ........ . . 101, 102
DE GUADALUPE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
DON BOSCO. FILMSTRIPS ................... . . .. . . . 97
FAMILY THEATER, INC ... ........ . .. . . . .. 74
F.E.L. PUBLICATIONS, LTD ............... 72, 73
THE FILMMAKERS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
J. F. FLANNERY COMPANY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
FRANCISCAN CO~w.lliNICATIONS CENTER .......... 17, 18
GENESIS 2 ...... ... . .. . . . . . ..... ...... 92
GOSPEL LIGHT PUBLICATIONS ......................... 95, 96
GROLIER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES .... . ........ . . . .. .. 34
HI-T!ME PUBLISHERS, INC ............................. 53
IKONOGRAPHICS, I NC. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
INSPIRATIONAL ~~RKETING .......................... 129
J.D. AUDIO VISUAL .......................... 106, 107
LEGION OF MARY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
LIBRERIA SAN PABLO ................................. 87
LIGUORI PUBLICATIONS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
LITURGICAL APOSTOLATE CENTER .................. 99, 100
THE LITURGICAL PRESS ......................... 65, 66
LOGOS OF WESTWOOD ...... ... . .... . . ........ 19, 20
LOS NINOS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
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Exhib itors~ continued

EXHIBITOR BOOTH NUMBER ( S)

MARK IV PRESENTATIONS. . . . . . . . . 36
MARYKNOLL FATHERS. . . . . . . 59
MERCHANTS OF LICHT. . . . . . . . . . . . 15, 16
MEXICAN AHERICAN CULTURAL CENTER .. ... .. fli\
MOREHOUSE- BARLO\v COMPANY .. . .. .. ... 'mf"
NORTH AMERICAN LIT URGY RESOURCES ... 69, 70
NORTON JACKET COHPANY. . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
O'CONNOR'S RELIGIOUS GOODS, INC ... ... 47 , 4 8, 49, 50
ORANGE COUN1Y CATHOLIC ALUMNI CLUB . . .. . 123
OUR MINISTRY .. . . .. . 60, 61
OUR SUNDAY VI SITO R, INC . ..... . . 13, 14
PAULIST PRESS . .. 23, 24
PAULIST PRODUCTIONS. . . 113
PENNANT EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS ,. , 5
PIONEER STATIONERS, INC .. . . . 26
PRE-HARITAL AND ~IARITAL EXPERIENCE. . 122
PRINTERY HOUSE OF CONCEPTION ABBEY .. 111, 112
RAVEN MUSIC COHPANY . 98
RESOURCE PUBLICATIONS. . . . . . 71
RIGHT TO LIFE LEAGUE OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA . 41~
ROA FILMS . . . . . 4 3
WM. H. SADLIER, I NC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83, 114
ST . ANDREW ' S PRI ORY. 108
ST. ANNE'S PATERNITY HOME. 39
ST. ANNE MELKITE CHURCH .... .. ............. ........... 127
ST. ANT!lOl'-o-y MESSENGER PRESS . 42
ST. MARY'S COLLEGE PRESS. . . . . . . 35
S.C.R.C. !lOOK MINISTRY ......... .. ... .. ........ .... 10, 11
SCRIPTURES IN SOUND. . 89
SILVER BURDETT COMPANY ...... .. 63, 64
SOCI ETY FOR TH E PROPAGATION OF THE FAITH .. 91
SONGS & CREATIONS ....... .. 75
STATIONERS CORPORATION ......... 37
TELEKETICS/TIIOMAS S. KLISE COHPANY ....... 84
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CONFERENCE ON WORSHIP
AND CELEJ3RA TION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
TODAY'S MISSAL ........... 130
TYNDALE HOUSE PUBLISHERS .. . .. . .. . 33
UNGAME COMPANY .... .... . . .. ... 58
UNITY HOUSE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
VAN DERBUR MOTIVATIONAL INSTITUTE .... 85
WINSTON PRESS. . . . . . . . . . . . . 79, 80
WORLD LIBRARY PUBLICATIONS, INC ... 55, 56
WORLD WIDE MAP~IAGE ENCOUNTER ........ 28, 41
YOUTH ENCOUNTER SPIRIT.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 131, 132
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E. .... Garden Grove III S....... . ... Sacristies I Aid
F.... Huntington Beach
G............ Fullerton
H...... CHAPEL- Orange rL~J ~
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WORKSHOPS

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3
PERIOD I: 10:00-11:30 A.M.
WORKSHOP
TITLE AND SPEAKER ROOM
NUMBER
lA PRINCIPLES OF EFFECTIVE HIGH
SCHOOL RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Inn nt the Park
Mr. Thomas Zanzig .... .......... .. .... .... Garden Room

lB PARENTING: ALTERNATIVES IN DISCIPLINE


Mrs. Jo Schlehofer .. ............. . ... .... California C

lC COMMUNICATION: MORE THAN MEETS THE EAR


Dr. Michael Cavanagh .................... .... ... Arena

lD THE MASS TODAY


Fr. Lucien Deiss, C.S.Sp ... ........ . ........ .. Anaheim

lE THE PSALMS: ISRAEL'S PRAYERS Inn at the Park


Fr. Roland Murphy, O.Carm ... .. . .. ...... Concourse Room

lF PROJECTING THE TRUTH IN LOVE


Fr. Leo Remington, Fr. Jack Krall ........ California B

lH LI FE THRO UGH DEATH : THE CHRI STIAN RESPONS I BILITY


Ns . J oan Gunt zelma n ... . .......... . ... . ... Sant a Ana II

l K EVERY MAN I S AN I SLAND: A RELATIONAL


MODEL FOR YOUTH MINISTRY
Hr. J ames C. Ko lar .... . .. .......... . . . . Orange County

1M. SIGNS OF TRANSCENDENCE


Mrs. Gaynell Cronin ... ........... . ..... . . .. . Fulle rton

lN TURNING ON THE TURNED OFF ' - HOW


TO MOTIVATE STUDENTS
Mrs. Harilyn Van D2rbur ............... . . Cal iforn ia A

lP RELIGIOUS EDUCATION FOR THE JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT


Mr. Richard Reichert ................. Garden Grove III

lR TELEVISION AWARENESS: AN INTRODUCTION


Sr . Anne Michelle Ramagos , C. S .J., G\-ien
Christe nsen, Fr. Vi~gil Nelson ........... Sa nt a Ana I

lS DO I NG THE TRUTH I N LOVE: THE


RELI GI ON TEACHER I N THE CHURCH
Miss Ca rol Cowgill. ...... . . ........... Garden Grove IV
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PERIOD 2: 12:30-2:00 P.M.

WORKSHOP TITLE AND SPEAKER ROOM


NUMBER

2A LITURGICAL INITIATION OF THE BORN CHRISTIAN


Miss Maureen Kelly ............. Garden Grove IV

2B AND LO, BY EASTERN WINDOWS --- Co:I-IES IN THE LIGHT


Fr. Herbert de Souza, S.J ......... California B

2C A CALL TO ACTION
Sr. }~rgaret Cafferty, P.B.V.M ......... Santa Ana II

2D LITURGICAL DANCE - HOW TO INVOLVE OUR YOUTH


Mrs. Gloria Weyman ....... .. . . .. ......... Anaheim

2E YOUR ROCK OF AGES IS CRUSHING ME


Mrs. Joy Wilt ..... .... .. .. California A

2F BY OBEDIENCE TO THE TRUTH


Fr. Eugene LaVerdiere, S.S.S . . . . .... . Arena

2H WORSHIPPING THE TRUTH IN LOVE Quality Inn


Sr. Fara Impastato, O.P . . Orangewood Room

2K THE NEW EXODUS: JOURNEY INTO FREEDOM


Mr. James C. Kolar ....... Orange County

2M CONTEMPLATION FOR CONTEMPORARY


CHRISTIANS, PART I Inn at the Park
Msgr. Russell Terra . . . .. ... Concourse Room

2N DEACON: HERALD OF TilE GOSPEL Inn at the Park


Fr. Richard Loomis, Mr. Bernard Gibbons ... Garden Room

2P THE EVANGELICAL ROLE OF MARY


IN CONTEMPORARY CATECHESIS
Msgr. Eugene Bilski ....... ... .. . . .... California C

2R TELEVISION AWARENESS: AN INTRODUCTION


Sr. Anne Michelle Ramagos, C.S.J., Gwen
Christensen, Fr. Virgil Nelson ........... Santa Ana I

2S RELFASED TIME: CHALLENGE, REWARD, OR BOTH?


Mrs. Elinor Woods, Fr. Dennis P. O'Neil ..... Fullerton

2T CHRISTIAN FAITH AND PUBLIC POLICY


Pastor Richard John Neuhaus ........ Garden Grove III
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PERIOD 3: 2:30 - 4:00 P.M.
WORKSHOP
TITLE AND SPEAKER ROOM
NUMBER
3A PRINCIPLES OF EFFECTIVE HIGH
SCHOOL RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Mr. Thomas Zanzig ................ Garden Grove III

3B POPULAR RELIGIOSITY AND THE


RELIGIOUS EDUCATION OF HISPANOS
Sr. Armida Deck, Fr. Allan Deck ...... Garden Grove IV

3C FILMS COMING ALIVE


Mrs. Gaynell Cronin . . . . .. . . ........ . . . Fullerton

3D THE TRUTH/WORD IN MUSIC


Hr. Joe Wise .......... . . . ... . .... . .. . .. . . . . .. . . Arena

3E MEETING THE NEEDS OF GANG-ORIENTED


YOUTH IN THE BARRIO
Fr. Thomas Fitzpatrick & Panel ........ California C

3F EVANGELIZATION: PROCLAIMING THE PERSON OF JESUS


Fr. Roger Chauvette, M.S ............. California B

3H DOING THE TRUTH IN LOVE: THE PAULINE VIEW


Fr. Edward Malatesta, S.J ........... California A

3K TOGETHER IN YOuNG ADULT MINISTRY Inn at the Park


Fr. Patri~k H. O'Neill, O.S.A ... . .... Garden Room

3M CONTEMPLATION FOR CONTEMPORARY


CHRISTIANS, PART II Inn at the Park
Msgr. Russell Terra ....... .... Concourse Room

3N MUSIC FOR PRESCHOOL RELIGIOUS EDUCATION


Ellis & Lynch ...... Santa Ana I
3P RELIGIOUS EDUCATION FOR THE
JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT Quality Inn
Mr. Richard Reichert .. . ~rangewood Room

3R A UNITY IN THE WORK OF SERVICE


Fr. Richard Rohr, O.F.M ......... . . .. . .. . ... Anaheim

3S PREPARING THE CHILD TO WORSHIP AS AN ADULT


Mrs. Eileen Anderson ............. : .. Santa Ana II

JT BREAD, PEACE AND JUSTICE : FAITH lu"iD PUBLIC


POLICY - INTERRELIGIOUS PANEL
Mrs. Rita Weissman, Mt. Rosalie Munoz,
Fr. Frank Colborn, Pastor Richard
John Neuhaus ............ . . .... . .. . .. . . . Orange County
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4

PERIOD 4: 10:00-11:30 A.M.

WORKSHOP
TITLE AND SPEAKER ROOM
NUMBER

4A PRAYER, THE SOL~ OF EVANGELIZATION Inn at the Park


Fr. Joseph Glynn, O.D.C ................ Concourse Room

4B REACHING THE UNTEACHABLE STUDENT (PROBLEM CHILD)


Mrs. June t1alatesta ..................... California B

4C HOW REALISTIC ARE YOUR EXPECTATIONS?


Dr. Michael Cavanagh ............................ Arena

4D THE CHRISTIAN CELEBRATION


Fr. Lucien Deiss, C.S.Sp .................... Anaheim

4E EDUCATION FOR JUSTICE Inn at the Park


Sr. Margaret Cafferty, P.B.V.M ........... Garden Room

4F KOINONIA: LIFE IN THE EARLY CHRISTLfu~ COMMUNITY


Fr. Eugene LaVerdiere, S.S.S ............ California C

4H LIFE THROUGH DEATH: THE CHRISTIAN RESPONSIBILITY


Ms. Joan Guntzelman ...... ~ .............. Santa Ana II

4K MUSIC WHICH MINISTERS TO ADULTS


Fr. Carey Landry ...................... California A

4M HAS MARY CHANGED, OR HAVE WE?


Sr. Mary Milligan, R.S.H.M .............. Orange County

4N CONTEMPORARY LITURGICAL MUSIC: ,PRAYERFUL SONG"


Ellis & Lynch ........................... Santa Ana I

4P &~I~~TED STAINED GLASS WINDOWS: FILM


AND BIBLE SYMBOLS
Fr. Patrick Connolly, S.J ............. Garden Grove IV

4R DISCIPLESHIP, MISSION AND MINISTRY


IN THE GOSPEL OF ST. JOHN Quality Inn
Sr. Sandra M. Schneiders, I.H.M ....... Orangewood Room

4S EVANGELIZACION Y LIBE~~CION
Senor Mario J. Paredes ..................... Fullerton

4T CHRISTIAN FAITH AND PUBLIC POLICY


Pastor Richard John Neuhaus ........ Garder. Grove III
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PERIOD 5: 1 2:30-2:00 P.M.

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'l'ITLE AND SP"8.4KER ROOM

SA FINDING HELLSPRINGS OF CREATIVITY


THROUGH NON-CAl'IERA FILM MAKING
Ms. Gayle Avakian .......... : .......... Garden Grove IV

SB A NEETING WITH MALCOLM MUGGERIDGE


Mr. Malcolm Muggeridge ........... , ... , .. ... Arena

SC THE PSALMS: ISRAEL'S PRAYERS


Fr. Rola nd Murphy, O.Carm .......... California A

5D SACRAHENTALITY OF DAILY LIFE


Hiss Haurcen Kelly ...... .... . ...... ...... Santa Ana II

SE FAITH THROUGH WONDER


Mrs. Gloria Lisignoli and the
Pr eschool Teacher Training Team ......... Orange County

SF SCRIPTURE AND THE DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED PERSON


Sr. Ph yllis Supancheck,
Mrs. Catherine Uhl ......... , ....... Garden Grove III

SH THE TRUTH/WORD IN MUSIC


Hr. Joe Wise .................. ........... Anaheim

SK EVERY MAN IS AN ISLAND: A RELATIONAL


HODEL FOR YO\JTl-1 MINISTRY
Hr. James C. Kolar. . ............. ........ California B

5M PREPARING THE CHILD TO WORSHIP AS AN ADULT


Hrs. Eileen Anderson ................ Santa Ana I

SN JESUS, HIS EUCHARIST, A1~D THE


APOSTOLIC MEANING OF HUSIC
Fr. Robert F:tbing, S .J ................... California C

SP PRELUDE TO WORSHIP: LANGUAGE OF LOVE Quality Inn


Sr. Fara Impastato, O.P ........... Orangewood Room

SR RELIGIOUS COMMirMENT IN THE


GOSPEL OF ST. JOHN Inn at the Park
Sr. Sandra M. Schneiders, I.H.M ..... Concourse Room

55 EL LENGUAJE EN LA CATEQUESIS
Bro. Luis Gonzales, F.S.C ...... . ...... Fullerton

ST CITY LIGHTS: TOWARD AN


URBAN SPIRITUALITY Inn at the Park
Sr. Toinette Eugene, P.B.V.M ...... Garden Room
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PERIOD 6: 2:30 - 4:00 P.M.
WORKSHOP TITLE AND SPEAKER ROOM
NUMBER
6A BLACK IS
Fr. Giles Conwill, Miss Estella Conwill,
Mr. Houston Conwill, Mr. William
Conwill, Mr. Grayson Brown ..... Santa Ana I

6B AND LO, BY EASTERN WINDOWS --- COMES


IN THE LIGHT Quality Inn
Fr. Herbert de Souza, S.J ... Orangewood Room

6C ROLE OF THE DEAF PERSON


IN THE CHURCH Inn at the Park
Fr. Thomas Coughlin, O.SS.T . Garden Room
6D TOGETHER IN YOUNG ADULT MINISTRY
Fr. Patrick H. O'Neill, O.S.A . Garden Grove IV

6E MINISTRIES: IMAGING GOD'S PRESENCE


Fr. James B. Dunning ... Santa Ana II

6F "DO THIS IN REMEMBRANCE OF ME"


Fr. Eugene LaVerdiere, S.S.S .. California C

6H DOING THE TRUTH IN LOVE: THE


JOHANNINE VIEW Inn at the Pa:rk
Fr. Edward Malatesta, S.J ....... Concourse Room

6K CELEBRATING JESUS: MINISTERING TO CHILDREN


THROUGH WORD, SIGN AND SONG
Fr. Carey Landry, Miss Carol Jean Kinghorn . Arena

6M MATRIMONY AS A SIGN OF THE CHURCH


Fr. Charles A. Gallagher, S.J ... California A

6N MEANINGFUL RETREATS FOR YOUTH


Crossroads Retreat Team ......... Orange County
6P THE MASS TODAY
Fr. Lucien Deiss, C.S.Sp ...................... Anaheim
6R CONFIRMATION: A TIME TO EVANGELIZE'
Fr. BrianT. Joyce ......... California B

6S EVANGELIZACION Y COMUNIDAD HISPANA


Senor Mario J. Paredes ... ... Fullerton

6T BREAD, PEACE AND JUSTICE: FAITH AND PUBLIC


POLICY - INTERRELIGIOUS PANEL
Mrs. Rita Weissman, Mr. Rosalio Munoz,
Pastor Richard John Neuhaus,
Fr. Frank Colborn ........ Garden Grove III
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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5
PERIOD 7: 10:00-11:30 A.M .
WORKSHOP TITLE AND SPEAKER
NUMBER ROOM

7A LORD, TEACH US TO PRAY


Fr. Joseph Glynn, O.D.C .... ... . .. . . . . . Arena

7B SIBLING RIVALRY WITH LOVE


Mrs. Jo Schlehofer ............ Santa Ana I

7C THE BEST OF SERENDIPITY - PART I


Mr. Lyman Coleman, Mr. Dave Stone ...... California A

7D CHRISTIAN RESPONSIBILITY IN THE AGE OF HUNGER


Dr. C. D~an Freudenberger ............ Garden Grove IV

7E CELEBRATING THE FATHER: EARLY CHILDHOOD SPIRITUALITY


Fr. Carey Landry, Miss Carol Jean Kinghorn .... Anaheim

7F LOVINGLY DOING THE TRUTH t\TE SHARE Quality Inn


Miss Suzanne De Benedittis ........ Orangewood Room

7H VOCATIONS AMONG THE


PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED Inn at the Park
Fr. Thomas Coughlin, O.SS.T . .. .... . Garden Room

7K JOHN 12:24
Fr. Leo Remington, Fr. Jack Krall ... California B

7M WOMEN IN MINISTRY - WHY ALL THE FUSS?


Sr. Mary Hilligan, R.S.H.M ...... Santa Ana II

7N JESUS, HIS EUC~~RIST, AND THE


APOSTOLIC MEru~ING OF MUSIC
Fr. Robert Fa bing, S .J .. ... . . .. . .... . . . . Orange County

7P PIWCESS OF 1-IORSIIIP: THE ADVENTURE


OF THE LITURGICA.L YEAR
Sr. Fara Impastato, O.P .......... Garden Grove III

7R PROGRAN DEVELOPMENT FOR MASTER CATECHISTS


Dr. David Hartl .... ... .. .. . . . ....... . .. . California C

7S LA CATEQUESIS: HACIA UN COMPROMISO


CRISTiru~O EL LA VERDAD Y EL AMOR
Bro. Luis Gonzalez, F.S.C ............ .. . . .. Fullerton

7T CHRISTIAN UNDERSTANDING OF THE


OLD TESTAHENT Inn at the Park
Fr. Roland Murphy, O.Carm .. .... . .. .... . Concourse Room
PERIOD 8: 12:30-2:00 P.M. 23

WORKSHOP TI'.PLE AND SPEAKER ROOM


NUMBER

BA EVANGELIZATION: PROCLAIMING THE PERSON OF JESUS


Fr. Roger Chauvette, N.S ............... Santa Ana II

8B A MEETING WITH HALCOLM MUGGERIDGE


Mr. Malcolm Muggeridge ... .............. . California B

8C THE BEST OF SERENDIPITY - PART I I


Mr. Lyman Coleman, Mr. Dave Stone ....... California A

8D LITURGICAL DANCE: SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW


Mr. John West and the Valyermo Dancers ........ Anaheim

BE PRINCIPLES FOR THE FORMATION OF CATECHISTS


Dr. David Hartl. ............... California C

BF RECONCILIATION AND THE DEVELOPMENTALLY


DISABLED PERSON
Sr. Phyllis Supancheck, Sr. Inn at the Park
Kathryn Jennings, Sr. Kristan Schlichte ... Garden Room

8H TEACH THEM TO CHOOSE LIFE


Andrea and Dr. Paul Selecky ...... . ... Orange County

BK KNOWING THE TRUTH ABOUT YOU HELPS


YOU TO LOVE Inn at the Park
Mrs. Victoria Dendinger ........ Concourse Room

BM SPREADING HAISTLINES OR SPREADING ARMS?


Fr. Charles A. Gallagher, S.J ......... Santa Ana I

BN THE EVANGELICAL ROLE OF MARY


IN CONTEHPOR,-\RY CATECHESIS
Msgr. Eugene Bilski ............ Garden Grove III

BP CITY LIGHTS: TOWARDS AN URBAN SPIRITUALITY


Sr. Toinett~ Eugen~, P.B.V.M ..... Garden Grove IV

8R ARE WE "SENT" OR ARE \-TE JUST GOING?


Fr. Richard Rohr, 0. F .M .......... Arena

BS EVANGELIZACION, CATEQUESIS Y RELIGIOSIDAD POPULAR


Senor Mario J. Paredes ................ Fullerton
24 PERIOD 9: 2:30 - 4:00 P.M.

WORKSHOP
TITLE Al'{!) SPEAKER ROOM
NUMBER

9A BLACK IS ...
Fr. Gil es Com,rill, Hiss Estella Conwill,
Mr. Hous t on Conwi ll, Hr. William
Conwill, Mr. Gra yson Brown ................ Santa Ana I

9B TEACH THEM TO CHOOSE LIFE


Andrea and Dr. Paul Selecky ........... Garden Grove IV

9C THE BEST OF SERENDIPITY - PART III


Mr. Lyman Coleman, Mr. Dave Stone .. ..... . California A

9D OUR BODlES TELL THE TRUTH


Hr. Joe Wise ....... . . .... .............. .... .. Anaheim

9E TUFF STUFF
Mrs. Joy Wilt ...... ... ..... . .. . . .... .. California C

9F TEACHING THE VISUALLY


HA~DICAPP=:D STUDENT Inn at the Park
Mr. Frank Ryan ....... ... . .. . ..... ...... Garden Room

9H DOING THE TRUTH IN LOVE IN THE CONTEHPORARY


U.S.A. - REPATRIATE'S VIEW
Fr. Edward }lalatesta, S.J ............... Orange County

9K A PRESENTATION OF HINISTRY "WITH" YOUNG ADULTS


Fr. Patrick H. O'Neill, O.S.A ........ Garden Grove III

9M J ES US: HIS MISSION AND HIS MINISTRIES


Fr. James B. Dunning .... .............. .. .. ... . . . Arena

9N I HA\'E COME TO ANNOUNCE THE


GOOD NEl.JS TO THE POOR Inn at the Park
Bro. Sebastian, M.C ........ . . ......... Concourse Room 1
9P ANIMAT ED STAINED GI~SS WINDOWS : FILM
AND HI BLE SYMBOLS
I
Fr. Patrick Connolly, S.J ..... ....... ... California B

9R THE CHRISTIAN AS SACRAMENT


Fr. BrianT. Joyce ....... ~ .. . . . . . . . . .... Santa Ana II

9S LOS GRLTOS JUVENILES COMO CELULAS


DE EVANGELIZACION
Bro. Luis Gonzalez, F.S.C ............. Fullerton

.... .... ....


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GENERAL
ASSEMBLIES

FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 3

8:00 P.M.
MUSIC: "Godsong"
8:30 P.M.
SPEAKER: Sister Margaret Cafferty
"TEACHER: ARTISAN OF A NEW HUMANITY"

SATURDAY , FEBRUARY 4

8:00 A.M.
MUSIC: "New Wind"
8:30A.M.
SPEAKER: Father Richard Rohr, O.F.M.
"THE PRICE OF PEOPLEHOOD"

?:30 P.M.
MUSIC: Father Carey Landry and Mr. Joe Wise
in concert
8:30P.M.
SPEAKER: Mr. Malcolm Muggeridge
"CONVERSION AS RESPONSE TO
EVANGELIZATION"
PRESIDING: Cardinal Timothy Manning

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5

8:00 A.M.
MUSIC: "Tarsus"
8:30A.M.
SPEAKER : Father Roland E. Murphy
"BIBLICAL REFLECTION ON DOING THE TRUTH"
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MUSIC

WE ARE GRATEFUL to the foUoUJing individuals and


gr>oups who have cont1'ibuted so very much to this
Congres s UJith their music:
"AD. MAJOREM DEI GLORIAM" (St. Mark's University
Parish, Goleta). Vincent Yee and Margaret
O'Brien, Directors.
MR. GRAYS0N BROWN (National Office of Black Catho-
lics)
"CORNERSTONE" (St. Anthony Claret Parish, Anaheim).
Michael Hanifin, Director.
"DAYBREAK" (St. Paul of the Cross Parish, La Mirada).
Bridget Fitzpatrick, Director.
FATHER LUCIEN DEISS, C.S.Sp.
ELLIS & LYNCH
"EPHPHETA" (St. Ignatius Parish, Los Angeles).
Father Joseph Greeley, Terry Allen, Directors.
FATHER BOB FABING
" GENTEDELSOL" (St. Francis Xavier Parish, Pico
Rivera). Tom Valeriano, Director.
" GODSONG" (St. John Vianney Parish, Hacienda
Heights). Paul Dobies, Director.
HOLY FAMILY GROUP (Holy Famity Parish, South
Pasadena). Tony Azeltine, Director.
"HOLY SPIRIT AND COMPANY" (Holy Spirit Parish, Foun-
tain Valley). Theresa Simpsori, Director.
"JOY, INC." (St. Pius V Parish, Buena Park).
R. Patrick Donnelly, Director.
FATHER CAREY LANDRY
"LEAVEN" (Holy Trinity Parish, San Pedro). Ron
Griffen, Director.
"LIGHTSHINE" (St. Luke Parish, Temple City). Roy
McMeen, Director.
"MARIACHI TENAMPA" - Leandro Rivera, Director,
"OPEN HANDS" (St. Lawrence Martyr Parish, Redondo
Beach). Craig Kingsbury, Director.
"REVELATION 22" (St. El~sabeth Parish, Van Nuys).
Bill and Diane Olsen, Directors.
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SPECIAL GROUP- Members of St. John's Seminary, Sis-


ters of St. Joseph, and some members of
"LEAVEN."
ST. ANNE'S YOUTH CHOIR (St. Anne Parish, North Holly-
wood). Walter Raheb, Director.
ST. JOSEPH 1 S FOLK GROUP ( S t . Joseph Parish , Haw-
thorne.) Roni Treckman; Director.
ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY GROUP (St. John's Seminary,
Camarillo). Ken Canedo and Bob Juarez, Direc-
tors.
"TARSUS" (St. Paul High School, Santa Fe Springs).
Hanan Yaquc, Director.
"THE NEW WIND" (St. Raymond Parish, Downey). John
Heideman, Director.
"WINGS OF THE SPIRIT" (St. Maria Goretti Parish,
Long Beach). Carol Slacks, Director.
MR. JOE WISE
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LITURGIES

Eaah liturgy has been planned with the Congress theme in


mind. LITURGIES POR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WILL RUN SIMUL-
TANEOUSLY, BEGINNING AT 5:00P.M.

LITURGIES FOR FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 3

1. CONTEMPORARY LITURGY ....... Arena


Bishop Willia~ R. Johnson, Celebrant
THEME: "For this reason I fall on my knees before the
Father, from whom every family in heaven and on ea:f'th
reaeives its true name."
2, MASS WITH VISUALS .... California A
Father Leo Remington, Celebrant
THEME: "Live like people who belong to the Light."
3. LITURGY WITH MUSIC BY FATHER FABING . Santa Ana I & II
Father Robert Fabing, Celebrant
THEME: "I will show you my faith by my actions."
4. LITURGY WITH MUSIC BY FATHER DEISS . Anaheim
Father Lucien Deiss, C.S.Sp.
THEME: "We are to use our diffeY'ent gifts in accordance
with the gl'ace that God has given us."
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LITURGIES FOR SATURDAY , FEBRUARY 4

1. CONTEMPORARY LITURGY .......... Arena


Father James Cehl, Celebrant
THEME: "Put on the mind of Chri s t as we j ourney "
2. CHARISMATIC LITURGY ... ......... Anaheim
Father Richard Rohr and
Father Ralph Tichenor, Celebrants
THEME: ''Pray on every occasion as the Spiri t l eads ."

3. BLACK CULTURE LITURGY ......... California A


Father Giles Conwill, Celebrant
THEME: "Build up your s-trength in union with the Lor>d3
and by means of His might;y power. "
4. REFLECTIVE LITURGY .......... Orange County Room
Father Joseph Glynn, O.D.C., Celebrant
THEME: "My dear people 3 let us love one another> 3 since
love comes from God. "
5. BYZANTINE MELKITE LITURGY ...... Garden Grove III & IV
Father Nicholas Samra, Celebrant
THEME: "Grow in all ways into Christ. "
6. HISPANIC CULTURE LITURGY (Spanish) .. Santa Ana I & II
Bishop Juan Arzube, Celebrant
THEME: "Do whatever He te Us you. "
7. LITURGY CELEBRATED IN SIGN LANGUAGE ..... California B
Father Thomas Coughlin, Celebrant
THEME: "You are the light of the world. Men do net
light a lamp and then put it under a bushel. basket. They
set it on a stand where it gives light to aZ.Z. the house.
In the same way, your light must shine before men .'30
that they may see your goodness and give p2'aise to your
heavenly Father."
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LITURGIES FOR SUNDAY , FEBRUARY 5

IN THE ANAHEIM ROOH- 5:30P.M.

CELEBRANT AND HOMILIST


Most Reverend Manuel D. Moreno

IN CALLFORNIA C ( FOR "S ERENDI PITY" )

CELEBRANT AND HOHILIST


Reverend Don Kimball


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Liturgies for Sunday 3 continued

IN THE ARENA - 5:00 P.M.

CELEBRANT AND . HO.MILIST


His Eminence Cardinal Timothy Manning

PRINCIPAL CONCELEBRANTS
Most Reverend Jean Jadot
(Apostolic Delegate to
the United States)
Most Reverend William R. Johnson
(Bishop of Omnge)
Most Reverend John J. Ward
Most Reverend Juan A. Arzube
Most Reverend Thaddeus Shubsda
Most Reverend Roger Mahony
(Auxiliary Bishop of Fresno)
Reverend Monsignor Benjamin G. Hawkes
Reverend Monsignor John K. Clarke
Reverend Monsignor John A. Rawden
Reverend Monsignor Leland J. Boyer

COMMENTATOR
Mr. Kenneth Poole

LECTORS
Mr. Warreri Halvea~
Sister Maruja Sedano

MEDITATION
Mr. Christopher Wolffe

PRAYER OF THE FAITHFUL


Miss Joan Doyle

MUSIC
Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet
Seminarians from St. John's Major Seminary
"Leaven"
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ENTRANCE SONGS

DOING THE TRUTH IN LOVE


Words and Music by
Ron Griffen

rtf; J ,1 J Q3t )31 J!......_...J g


1. I'm go ing out ___ and_ I'm-
2. I'm go ing out ___ and_ I'm_
3. I'm go ing out ___ and_ I'm_
4. I'm go ing out _ _ _ and_ I'm_

J I J J 0
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do ing the truth in love.
shar ing the truth in love.
liv ing the truth in love.
sing ing the truth in love.

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I'm go . ing out _ __ and_ I'm_
I'm go . ing out _ _ _ and_ I'm_
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(1) do ing
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the
the
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truth
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love.
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(3) liv ing the truth in love. I We
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Jived the truth_ for us _ _ and that's all we need to
times we act_ like chil dren and we go our sep 'rate
must put on __ God's ar . mor if we are to win the
We are brough _ to geth er in the Spir . it of the

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f\f~ j J J !~ ~! Jt <
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know. ~ God's gifts came thru_ the
ways, but our faith in God_ bir.ds
fi ght. J The bat tie will_ b~
Lord. I He calls us to _ _ his

J J J IJ J J 6 - 6

Spir it, and the Spir it helps us grow. _ _ _


us to geth er each and ev 'ry day. _ _ _
won when God brings sun - shine to the night. _ __
ta ble where we share in our re ward. _ __

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(1) I'm go . ing out and I'm do ing the
(2) I'm go . ing out and I'm shar ing the
(3) I'm go . ing out and I'm liv ing the
(4) I'm go . ing out and I'm sing ing the

rg6:
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truth in love.
truth in love.
truth in love.
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love.

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I AM THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD
Words* and music by
Jim Strathdee
Bi> (f) F (C) Bb (F) C ( G)

. -
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v 1'0 POp p p P
"I am the light of the world! You peo-ple come and fol-low

(Dm) (A m )
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vr you fol-l ow and love
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Gm (Dm) C (G) si> (F) F (C) FiM

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what you were meant to do and. be.

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t2J ! j_ j
1. When the song of the an - gels is stilled Whe n the
2. To find _ _ the lost and lone - ly man, T o _
To free _ _ the prison-er from his chains , To_
3.
4 To bring hope __ to ev -'ry task you do, To _

Cm (DmJ Dm (Am) C (C) F (C) Bi> (F)

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star in the sky is gone. Whe n the king~ and the shep-herds Have
heal - his brok-en soul with love, To feed tne hun - gry c hild- r e n Wi th
make - the pow-er-ful_ care. - To re - build the na - ti ona With
dance at a ba by ' s new bi r th, To make mu- sic in An

C (C) F (C ) Dm (Am) si> (FJ C (G)

~~ F v v
found the ir way home,
warmth and good food,
strength of good will,
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work- o f _ Christ-mas
feel the earth be - low the
call a man your broth-er
is be
sky a
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gun:
bove!
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where!
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old man 's _ heart, And sing_ to the col - ors of the earth!

~ CopyTight 1969 by jim Strathde e

in response to a Christmas poem by Howard Thurman.


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LORD, HAVE MERCY chanted by Cardinal Manning


GLORIA
GLORY TO GOD
(Mass of the New Day)
Music by Bob Juarez
~egation : }
~J p_j) j il~l f
Glo-ry to God in the high-est and peace to his peo-pl~ on

n
earth! (verses sung by choir)
Music copyright@ 1973 by F .E.L. Publications .


RESPONSORIAL PSALM

ALL MY DAYS
(Psalm 8)
Jim Murray and
Dan Schutte

i' ill the end o ~

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_ g i v e you thanks,_ all my


sing your praise,

days . _ _ __ _ _

~ 19?1, 19?4 by Daniel L. Schutte and James


G. Murray. Published exclusively by North
American Liturgy Resources .


GOSPEL ACCLAMATION: "ALLELUIA" (Charismatic)
36 OFFERTORY

OF MY HANDS
Music and Words by
Ray Repp
Choir &Congregation:
1. Of my hands I give to you, 0 Lord, of my hands I
give to you. I give to you as you gave to me;
of my hands I give to you.
2. Of my heart . .
(verse by soloist)
3. Of my life . .
4. Of my self . .
(verse by soloist)
5. Of my hands . .
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tions, Ltd. Unauthorized reproduction of text or music
is a violation of the copyright law

HOLY, HOLY, HOLY


(The Mass for Advent)
Music by Ron Griffen

Ho - ly,
Jl DJI J. ' J JI J J ,
ho - ly, ho - ly Lord, Cod of pow'r and

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mi gh t,
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hea - ven and earth are full of your

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glo - ry, ho - san - na in the high - est. _ __ _ _

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Bless - ed is he who comes in the name of the

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Lord. _ _ Ho - san - na in the high - est. _ _

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Ho - ly, ho - ly, ho - ly Lord, God o~ pow'r and

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might. _ _ _
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MEMORIAL ACCLAMATION

WHEN WE EAT THIS BREAD


Music by
Reverend E. DonaUi Osuna
Cho ir & Congregation:

$N l When we
J1J Jj I J
eat this_
JJ I J
bread and_ drink this
J I J1 J I
cup we pro-

m J r 1 r r 1(f-- r 1t r r r 1 r
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claim your death, Lord Je - sus, un-til you come in

$?? J JllJ J JI J. J I j
glo - ry, un-til you come in glo - ry.
I1
JJ.....__...,
(repeat)
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The Great Amen

AMEN, ALLELUIA!
Ken Canedo

A - men, A - men, Al-l e - lu - - -

ia~ A - me n, Al-le - lu - ia~ A -

~ .It ~ ~ i
IGT J 4 j i
f
8 I - I ....~ - I= J d=l I ;I
men, A men. men. A men~

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text is a violation of the copyright Law

THE LORDs PRAYER

Music by
Jerome V. Andrews> S.S.S.

(Choir:) Our Fa - ther , _ _ __ who art in

(Con gregation:) Our


......
Fa -
..__.._._

ther ,
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Give us this
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day our dai-ly bread, for - give us_ our

pass-es, _ _ as we for-

tres pass-es, ___ as we for-

.,..
give those who tres-pass a - gainst us. and

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give those who tres-pass a gainst us .

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lead us_ not._ _ _ _ _ _ __ in-to temp-

and lead us ___not_______________

ta tion , ________________________

in-to temp- ta -
tion, _____

de - liv -er us from e vil .

but de - liv -er us from e vil.

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FOR THE KINGDOM
Music by Ken Canedo

king - dum. _ <1nd the


Congregation :

for the kiog - dam,

0 Lord,-- - - -- fo r -

glo - ry,____ are yours, 0 Lord,

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nwr H e - ver.
1"
A - men .

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LAMB OF GOD
(Mass of the Prodi ga 1 Son)
MUsic by Ken Canedo

--
of God, _ _ _ __

Congrega tion:

Lamb
__
of God,
..._.,
you take a-way_ _

'-- .......
sins_ __ _ _ of the ~~orld: have

-
the world: _ __
'--

us . _ _ _ _ __ (repeat)

have mer - cy_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _on_ us. (repeat)

(3. ) Lamb of God , _ _ __ ___ you take a -way_ __

Lamb of God, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _--'

- - - -- - - the sins_ _ _ __ of the

take a-way_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ the sins._ __ _ _____ __


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us peace,

- - - -- of the world: - - - - -- - - grant us peace,

La!!'b of God, () grant us

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grant us pE'ace, Lamb of () srant us

_. .

fleace .

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COMMUNION SONGS

WE ARE THE LIGHT


OF THE WORLD
WoJtdo a.n.d Muo..i.c. btj
Jea.n. Anthon.tJ GJte..i.6

Dm B~ Dm B~ Dm Gro
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1. Bleea - ed
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are they who are poor in spir - it, Theirs 111 the Kin;:-dom of
lit ___ ~ ;I
2. Blesz . ed are they who are meek and hum-ble, They "'ill in - her- it tile
3. Bless - ed are they who "'ill mourn i.-1 aor -row, They "'ill be com fort-
4. Blc.!.!i those who hun- ~er and thiut for jus - tice, They will be sat ia-
5. B!C'SS- ed are they who show oth - en me!'- cy, They will know mer cy
6. 13lcsa- ed are hearts that are cle2n ~-ad ho - ly, They will be -hold ~

7. I3less - ed .ue they who IIi~ peace a - mong us, They are the chil-dren of
8. Blesa those who a.tf- fer from ~ - se - cu- tion., Theirs is the ~-dom of

wt
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B!eM w, 0 Lord, our God.
earth. nlese us, 0 Lord, make w meek and hum - ble; Bless us, 0 Lord, our God.
Gm

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3. cd. B!cSB us, 0 Lord, when we sharetheir BOr-row; B!e811 w, 0 Lord, our God.
4. fied . Rie!l! us, 0 Lord, hear our cry for jus-tice; Bless us, 0 Lord, our God.
5. too. Blc;;s us, 0 Lord, hear our cry for mer-cy; Bless w, 0 Lord, our God.
6. Lord . BJ ..ss us, 0 Lord, rn'ake us pure :and ho- ly; B!eSB us, 0 Lord, our God.
7. God . BleM us, 0 Lord, may your peace be with us BleBS us, 0 Lord, our God.
8. '
God. Bless us, 0 Lord, when they per - ee- cute us; Bless w, 0 Lord, our God.

Refrain
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We are the light of the world, m.ay our light !lhine be - fore men.,

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'9 -That they nay come to wor-ship with w,
J and ~ve ~o ry to God.

@ Copyright 1966 by Vernacu?.ar Hyrr:ns PuNishing Co.


45
GIFT OF FINEST WHEAT
(Official hymn of the Eucharistic Congress, 1976)
Robert E. Kreutz
Omar Westendorf

I You sat-is-fy the hun-gry heart_ with


J
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l gift of fin-est wheat ; Come give to us, 0 __

tWt
I
sav-ing
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Lord,
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the bread of life to eat. ________
-.......
II
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1. As when the shep herd calls his sheep, They
2. With joy-ful lips ive sing to you Our
3. Is not the cup v1e bless and share The
4. The mys -t'ry of your pres- ence,Lord No
5. You give your-self to us, 0 Lord Then

~ r ,, o J)l "
1. know and heed his voice So when you
2. praise and grat -- i - tude. That you should
3. blood of Christ out- poured? Do not one
4. mar - tal tongue can tell Whom all the
5. self - less let us be To serve each

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1. call your fam - 'l y Lord, We fol low


2. count us war -
t hy , Lord, To share this
3.
4.
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5. oth - er in yo ur name In truth and

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1. and re - joice.
2. heav'n- ly food.
3. in the Lord? ( hepe!.t-t Jv:_SM..i_~~. J
4. hearts to dwell.
5. char - - ty.
(2) Coplf".A_9h;t 1976, Boa.tr.d on GovemwM, 41.6:t In.:te..tuta.:Uonal
tuc.hCVl.M:t.i.c CongJteM, Inc. U-6ed wdlt Petun-i./.,.6-i..on.
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PANIS ANGELICUS
LambiZotte Tradi tiona Z me Zody

1. Panis angelicus fit panis hominum;


Dat panis coelicus figuris terminum:
0 res mirabilis! manducat Dominum Pauper,
servus, et humilis.

2. Te trina Deitas unaque poscimus,


Sic nos tu visita, sicut te colimus;
Per tuas semitas due nos quo tendimus, Ad lu-
cem quam inhabitas. Amen.

Copyright, 1920 by N.A.M.,


Copyright .renewal assigned to G.I.A. Publications.
Copyright c 1947 by G.I.A. Publications

Refrain:

Come a - Ion to the new r'


ere-

1&#J J J[J ! J JI e ..._


tJ J r r'
a - tion; Lend a hand a -long the

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way. _ __ Bring to me your poor and lone - ly;_

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Verses: I will bring them home with me one day .

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1
1
1. Hear the voice_ of _ _ the proph - ets out_ of the
1
past: _ __
2. Hear the voice_ of _ _ the proph - ets liv - ing to - day: _ __
"u J. 11

3. Hear the cry_ _ of _ _ theneed-y,yourbroth- ers each one: _ __

(continued next page)


I' #19 .--- --- --- . --.-- I
P ~~~v v~ ~ ~l~
1. Soon __ will be late, _ _ and the late _ _ would soon - er be
2. Too man - y so - called Chris-tians can't hear _ _ what they
3. Too man - y peo - ple talk - ing, and noth - ing gets
dalfPIO J$
Jc) 'I J~ JtAJJ
1. last. And _ _ you bet - ter hur - ry! _ _ Come a - long_
2. say. And _ _ you bet - ter hur - ry! _ _ Come a - long_
3. done. And _ _ you bet-ter hur - ry! _ _ Come a - long_

Text and Mulc Copyright @ 1970 by F.E.L. Publications, Ltd.


Unauthorized reproduction of this text or music i a violation of the copyright law .


MADRE DEL SALVADOR
(Mother of the Savior)
Composer unknown
Choir and congregation:

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1. A - cep -
J Jl 4
t:an do nues
a tra
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car ne,
2. Con - vi - vien - do con los hom - bres,
3. El a - mor ven - cia a la muer - te,
4. Nues-tra tie - rra se ha - ce nue - va,

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1 - 4. Cris - to nos re-di-mio! (repeat)

$~ r r -
r- r I r -f
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1. y la luz na cio en Ma - ri - a,
2. En si - len - cio le se - gui- a,
3. Se a - la - gra - ba en su triun - fo,
4. La con- stru - yes con nos - o -tros,
l - 4. Ma - dre del Sal - va - dor. (repeat)
Choir only:
l. Es la luz que nace en la os~uridad.
Es el "Dios con nosotros" su fuerza triunfa del mal. (repeat)
2. El murio luchando por el amor.
A los pobres del pueblo les ofrecio su verdad. (repeat)
3. Esperad, veremos la Salvacion.
Cristo vencio por siempre tendremos la libertad. (repeat)
1. By accepting our flesh, Christ redeemed us!
And the light was born through Mary, Mother of the Savior.
He is the light which is born in darkness
He is "God with us", whose power conquers evil.
2. By living with mankind, Christ redeemed us!
In silence she followed him, Mother of the Savior.
He died for the sake of love.
To the poor of his People he offered his Truth.
3. Love conquered death, Christ redeemed us!
She rejoiced in his triumph, Mother of the Savior.
All you, wait in hope, and we will see Salvation.
Christ conquered (sin) forever, and now we have
freedom.
4. Now our World is renewed, Christ redeemed us!
She builds it with us, Mother of the Savior!

THERE'LL BE SUNSHINE IN THE MORNIN'


Jim Strathdee TPaditional spiritual

1. There'll be sunshine in the mornin', (3X)


Sunshine in the mornin' one of these days.
2. Freedom will come to all our brothers,
Freedom will come to all our sisters,
Freedom will come to all our neighbors,
Freedom to all our family one of these days.
3. Justice will flow like a mighty river, (3X)
Justice like a river one of these days.
4. Love shall live in every heart, (3X)
Love in every heart one of these days.
5. Peace shall come to every nation, (3X)
Peace to every nation one of these days.
6. There'll be sunshine in the mornin', (3X)
Sunshine in the mornin' one of these days.
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