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Registration Guidebook/April 20, 21, 22, 23


1989 Religious Education Congress/Archdiocese of Los Angeles
YOUTH DAY
April 20, 1989
COMPLETE FORM YOUTH DAY - OFFICE OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
AND RETURN TO:
1520 West Ninth Street • Los Angeles, California 90015
List each person registered for YOUTH DAY, with three workshop choices. Print the letter of each workshop plainly on the
line provided. Print S or A to indicate student or adult. ONE PAID ADULT FOR EACH IO STUDENTS IS REQUIRED~
INCLUDE NAME OF CONTACT PERSON ON LIST IF REGISTERING. USE ONE FORM FOR EVERY 16 PERSONS
REGISTERING. Repeat contact person information on each form. Obtain more forms from Office of Religious Education.
The registration fee is $5.00 per person (U.S. dollars only). See information regarding registration on page 7. Registrations will
be accepted until all workshops are filled. NO refunds after March 10th. NO registration on YOUTH DAY.
TOTAL FEE MUST ACCOMPANY THIS FOJ3.M.
OFFICE USE ONLY
Make check payable to RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CONGRESS.
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ARCHDIOCESE OF LOS ANGELES
1531 WEST NINTH STREET
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90015-1194

Office of the Archbishop April, J.989

Dear Participants in the


1989 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CONGRESS:

It is a great joy to welcome you to our 1989 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CONGRESS!

This year's theme, "Proclaim God's Glory," calls each of us to a deeper


realization of the great gift we have in our Risen Saviour ar.d the graces
which flow into our lives because we are truly a joyful Easter People.

Jesus reminds us vividly that the test of our real love for Him is in our love
for one another: "This is how all will know you for my disciples: your love
for one another!'' (Jn 13:35). The Father glorifies Jesus, the Son, in His
total self-giving through the Paschal Mysteries: suffering, death and
resurrection. You and I in turn are glorified by Jesus when we live out most
generously that great love of the Lord in our lives and when we turn and share
that love day in and day out with one another.

As teachers of our Catholic Faith and Tradition, we are called to "Proclaim


God's Glory" in all we are and in all we do: in our daily prayer and
reflection on the life of Christ within us, in our preparation for teaching
the Faith, and in our reaching out to all members of our communities in the
name of the Risen Jesus.

May this Risen Christ, who "makes all things new!", stir up in our hearts the
fullness of His love and re-make each one of us into His own image!

Please know of my prayers for each of you as we gather once again to give
glory to God in these days of sharing, learning, and celebrating.

With kindest personal regards, I am

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Airline{fravel Information ....................... 35-38 Parking ........................................................... 38


Area Map ....................................................... 36 Recertification Information ................. 23,24,25
Archbishop's Message ..... .. .. .... .. .. .... ...... ........ 1 Registration Form ................ Inside Back Cover
Banner Contest ................................... .... ........ .. 9 Registration Information ................................ 39
Chapel ............................................................ 32 Sacrament of Reconciliation .......................... 32
Congress Schedule ................... .............. ........ 39 Seccion En Espanol ...................................... .40
Continuing Education Credit Speakers/Workshop descriptions ................... 10
(Loyola, Marymount) ................... .. ........... 33 Taping ............................................................ 39
Continuing Education Credit Workshop Schedules
(Mount St. Mary's) .................................... 34 Friday, April 21 ........................ ................... 23
Coordinator's Message ............................... .. ...4 Saturday, April 22 ........................................ 24
Director's Message ............... ...................... ..... 3 Sunday, April 23 ....................................... ... 25
General Assemblies ................................... ... 5-6 Youth Day
Handicapped ............................... ...... ........... .... 4 Banner Contest ....................................... 9
Hospitality Information ................................. 38 Registration Form ............. lnside Front Cover
Hotel/Motel Information ............................... . 37 Registration Information ........................... 7
Liturgies ....................................................... .. 32 Schedule ........... ......... ............................ 7
Lunchtime Entertainment ................... ........... 32 Overview ................................................ 8
Message Center .............................................. 39 Workshop Information ....................... 8 & 9
Offiee of Religious Edueation
Archdiocese of Los Angeles
1520 West Ninth Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015

April, 1989

Dear Friends,
It is a great joy to welcome all of you again to- Congress 1989!
Our theme, PROCLAIM GOD'S GLORY, is taken from reflection on the Readings
of the Fifth Sunday of Easter. These words challenge us to share the
Good News with courage, conviction and in a spirit of joy. The energy to
proclaim the WORD comes from a deep trust in God's resurrected power at
work in us and in our world.
As Religious Educators, we give witness that it is possible to open our
hearts to the transforming Gospel message and, in turn, help transform the
world and make it new. This is our challenge and responsibility.
The Religious Education Congress is a wonderful opportunity for us to
gather as Church and be stretched and renewed by participating in a wide
variety of workshops, talks, music, shared experiences and Worship Services.
We welcome you again to this faith-filled celebration, and trust that our
time together may indeed be a PROCLAMATION OF GOD'S GLORY.
Sincerely yours in Christ,

Sister Edith Prendergast, R.S.C.


Director

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This Congress celebrates YOU! You who are involved in the various ministries within
today's church.

The days have been designed especially for you. Four packed days of outstanding national
speakers articulating a variety of timely topics on over 190 workshops. You will find education
and clarity, be challenged and inspired, and, celebrate in Eucharistic Liturgy, Prayer Service and
musical concert.

Included in the Registration Guide Book is specific information on ground and air transportation
services, hotel/motel listings and the latest Anaheim Area Map; all meant to help you in planning
your days with us. More than anything else, however, we urge you to communicate with others
that the Los Angeles Religious Education Congress is the most inspiring yearly event in the
United States.

I hope that you will be able to talce part in Proclaiming God's Glory as I look forward to
welcoming you.

Adrian Whitaker
Congress Coordinator.

PASTORAL MINISTRY WITH HANDICAPPED PEOPLE

Pastoral Ministry with Handicapped People (Archdiocese of Los INTERPRETERS FOR THE DEAF AND GUIDES FOR THE
Angeles) takes this opportunity to invite all handicapped people to BLIND will be available during the Congress and on Youth Day.
attend the Religious Education Congress, It will be a joyous,
informative, love-filled celebration of ourselves as one Church. IMPORT ANT: If an attendant is accompanying you both
This year, there will be 4 workshops of special interest to registration forms should be mailed together. This would assure
handicapped pople and those involved in ministry Lo handicapped you of having the same workshops. If you need an interpreter or
people. guide, you MUST fill in the form below and return it with your
registration to the Religious Education Office, 1520 West Ninth
Of course, all the workshops of the entire weekend are open to the Street, L.A. 90015 BEFORE April 2, 1989. If you have any
handicapped. Any special assistance, e.g. interpreters, guides or questions about these services, please contact Pastoral Ministry
other helps, will be provided at no extra charge. On Saturday with Handicapped People at (213)251-3236 (Voice) or
evening there will be a Mass in sign language. The arena Masses (213) 251- 3234 (TDD).
on Sunday will be interpreted. Everything possible will be done to
assure that our handicapped people can participate in the Religious
Education Congress.

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Campus Ministry for the Diocese of Phoenix. Steve and his group
VISION are also familiar to us for their performance during the
Papal Space Bridge at the Universal Amphitheater and at last year's
Youth Day at Anaheim.

--Assemblies--- 8:30 p.m. KEYNOTE


ADDRESS
Rev. Richard N. Fragomenl
Fr. Fragomeni is a Ph.D.
FRIDAY-APRIL 21, 1989 Candidate in Liturgical
Studies, Catholic Univ. of
8:30 a.m. America. He has been
a presenter at many national
OPENING RITE AND WELCOME events and has contributed
Sister Edith Prendergast, R.S.C. articles to various journals
including Pastoral Music,
Archbishop Roger Mahony Catechumenate.
Fountain Square Fools IT WOULD HA VE BEEN
Nancy and Graziano Marcheschi ENOUGH: PROCLAIMING
Chris Walker GOD'S GLORY IN PASSOVER TIMES
The proclamation of God's glory is the proclamation of a journey
Celebrate the opening of Congress '89 with the song, dance and into a world yet-to-be .... the proclamation of hope in passover times.
stories of Chris Walker, Nancy and Graziano Marcheschi, and the This major address will be a celebration of hope in the ministry of
Fountain Square Fools, respectively. This opening event is a the catechist and the religious educator. It would have been enough
welcome and focus as we gather to Proclaim God's Glory. if God had simply created us in the divine image, but God has given
us mouths to herald-forth the energies of new life. To proclaim
8:00 p.m. EVENING MUSIC God's praise in hope is how we gather for this keynote.
9:30 p.m. NIGHT PRAYER
Barbara Bridge, Tony Heim, Dominic MacAller
- We close our evening gathering
commending our spirits to God in the prayer of Compline, or
Night Prayer. The themes of trust and confidence permeate this
prayer as we bring our weary minds and bodies once again before
a loving God. Barbara Bridge, Tony Heim and Dominic
MacAller will lead us in this last prayer of the day before we
close our eyes in sleep.

SATURDAY -APRIL 22,1989

8:00 a.m. MORNING WORSHIP


Steve Croskey and VISION Rory Cooney -Proclaim God's Glory-more than words and
Steve Croskey and VISION, a contemporary music Christian music, proclaiming is our way of life. We bring our whole lives,
group, from Phoenix, Arizona, may be a familiar name for Southern passionate, dull, clinging, questioning , searching, to our morning
Californians. Steve, originally from Los Angeles, moved to prayer and look for God's presence there in the midst of it. Join
Phoenix six years ago to take a position as a parish Youth Minister. Rory Cooney, Gary Daigle and friends as we begin an enriching
Steve is currently the Associate Director of Young Adults and day remembering who God is for us.
8:30 a.m. KEYNOTE travels extensively both with Fountain Square Fools and alone,
ADDRESS performing in concerts, giving guitar lessons, playing at liturgies
Sister Francesca Thompson, OSF and conducting retreats. His current recording, published by GIA,
Assistant to the Dean, Associate "Hymns and Hers for Happy Hearts" reflects one of his favorite
Professor Afro-American Studies, activities, working with children; Greg Hayakawa, a long time
Department of Communications, friend of Congress and member of the Congress Liturgy and Music
Fordham Univ. New York, Sr. Committee since 1985, is currently the Choir Director and Music
Francesca received her Ph.D., Coordinator for the Contemporary Ensemble at St. Monica Parish in
Theatre/Speech, Univ. of Santa Monica. He is a liturgical composer whose credits include "I
Michigan. Sr. Francesca has an Am the Light of the World" published by Oregon Catholic Press;
extensive background as lecturer,
author and director of plays and
theatre productions.
PROCLAIMING GOD'S GLORY: REBIRTHING
JESUS IN OUR WORLD
We arc called and therefore have a vocation to "rebirth Jesus" in
our world. In spite of the existing difficulties and monumental
obstacles, we, as Christians and followers of Gospel directives,
must respond differently to the needs of our society because we are
different. How identifiable arc we as Christians and how much can
we legitimately claim to be followers of the Jesus of the Gospels?
A call and a challenge to become that which we profess to bc ... as
we proclaim God's glory.

12:00 NOONTIME PRAYER


Haas and Haugen- Contemporary prayer utilizing the readings
and Trisha Watts, a prolific and experienced musician from
of the day will be led by David Haas and Marty Haugen. The form
Australia who was music director for the Australian Papal Visit in
will be traditional Liturgy of the Hours with contemporary music
1985 and was a key singer in his 1986 Papal Visit. Come and
including readings, psalms, hymns, and intercessions.
participate and feel free and joyful!

9:00 p.m. CONCERT -Arena


Fountain Square Fools, Bobby Fisher, Greg Hayakawa,
and Trisha Watts
A concert that is fast paced, fun-filled and geared to all ages and
interests. The Fountain Square Fools are a portable theater
proclaiming Good News through acting, dancing, music, mime,
poetry, and juggling. They will be joined by Bobby Fisher who
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advance of Youth Day.

NOTE: Special Information about the day will be In your


APRIL 20, 1989 packet with your tickets. Evaluation forms will also be In your
"PROCLAIM GOD'S GLORY" packet, and your comments will be greatly appreciated. Turn
them in on Youth Day, or mall to the Office of Religious
-GOD'S LOVE IS EVERYWHERE
Education.

Dear Friend, CHAPERONES


In a spirit of wonder at God's goodness, I invite you to The ratio of students and adults is very important and all groups are
attend YOUTH DAY '89! The theme this year is "Proclaim God's asked to recognize this as their personal responsibility. ADULTS;
Glory." I've experienced God's Glory when surrounded by the STAY WITH THE YOUTH YOU BRING, ESPECIALLY
beauty of creation , when encircled by the love of family and DURING THE LITURGY AND THE RALLY.
friends and when in moments of challenge I have recognized God's
powerful presence in my life. Each of us has a different story of ATTENTION: PLEASE DO NOT PERMIT YOUR YOUTH
God's glory in our life. Our challenge for TO BRING RADIOS, TAPE PLAYERS OR ICE CHESTS
this day is to celebrate God's presence with INTO THE CONVENTION CENTER.
us , and to strengthen each other so that we
can tell the world of the many incredible FOOD SERVICES
ways that God has loved us!
There will be food booths at the Convention Center, but lines are
I hope that you will join us in this always long and you may prefer to have your group bring lunches.
celebration-Your story and spirit bring
YOUTH DAY alive.

Tom East
Director of Youth Ministry

WHO IS INVITED? SCHEDULE


All students from public and Catholic schools, grade 9 through 12,
are invited to our annual YOUTH DAY. STUDENTS BELOW 8:30 Music in the Arena
NINTH GRADE ARE NOT ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE 9:00 Opening Session
IN THIS EVENT AND WILL BE REFUSED ADMISSION. 9:45 Morning workshops
11:00 LITURGY
REGISTRATION INFORMATION 12:15 Lunch
1:30 Afternoon Workshops
A registration form is in the front cover of the Registration
2:45 Rally
Guidebook. Please feel free to duplicate this form. Each form will
3:30 Dismissal
enable the contact person to register 16 persons. ONE PAID
ADULT PER 10 STUDENTS IS REQUIRED. THERE MUST
BE ADULT SUPERVISION FOR ALL YOUTHS
ATTENDING. Remember to use the name of the contact person
on each form used. If the contact person plans to attend, he or she
must register. YOUTH LISTENING SESSION
You'll notice that in the workshop listing, there is a session en.titled,
PLEASE .•• Do not register more people from your group than will "We Hear You!--Youth Listening Session". Our hope is to gather
be attending. Each ticket must be issued to a specific person and no at least Lwo Youth from each parish or school group to participate
registration will be processed if one person's name is used in all the in th.is hearing day. In this workshop. youth will be given input
spaces on the form. Indicate your choice of workshops and send about their role in the Church and about concerns of young people.
the form(s) with the total fee of $5.00 per person (U.S. dollars only) Participants will be in this session for both work periods. You are
to the OFFICE OF RELlGIOUS EDUCATION. THERE WILL encouraged to select young people for this session that you feel will
BE ABSOLUTELY NO REGISTRATION ON YOUTH DAY. represent the needs of your group.
OVERVIEW
Youth day will kick off with the music of STEVE CROSKEY and his group VISION, whose music has brightened youth gatherings around
the nation. The opening session will feature the FOUNTAIN SQUARE FOOLS, a creative theater group whose message and humor have
been experienced throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. Joining the "fools" will be Santa Barbara's own RALPH WEST who
will combine laughter and challenge in a message about God's Glory!

After the opening session, participants will attend their morning workshops. Following our first round of workshops, Archbishop Mahony
will celebrate liturgy in the Arena and Bishop McFarland will celebrate a special liturgy for the youth from the diocese of Orange in the
Marriott Hotel. The arena liturgy will feature a choir made up of youth from throughout the Archdiocese of Los Angeles directed by TOM
RATIO. Participants will attend their afternoon workshops following the lunch break. Our celebration will close with exciting rallies! In
the arena we will feature TRISHA WATTS, an exciting musician who comes to us from Australia, and STEVE CROSKEY and VISION.
The Marriott Hotel will be the site for the Diocese of Orange rally featuring TOM FRANZAK, a popular Contemporary Christian artist and
favorite of many Youth Days. There's something for everyone at Youth Day '89- be part of it!

WORKSHOP INFORMATION
A. SURVIVAL TACTICS FOR TEENS H. SO, YOU WANT TO BE ON TELEVISION
Clayton Barbeau Rev. Dale J. Fushek
The topic is survival tactics for teens negotiating the perilous path Fr. Fushek is Vicar of Worship for the Diocese of Phoenix,
of puberty, meeting up with the challenges of adolescence, Arizona. He is founder of the Life Teen Program, a weekly 30
including but not limited to coping with parental middlescence, minute program which airs on over 400 cable networks around the
declarations of independence, confronting the great questions of country. This is your chance to be ON television ... and at the
Who, What and Why with some sidelights on putting oneself same time ... learn more about what it means to be Catholic, and
together while the earth quakes. why the Mass is so important to us.

B. AM I AND GOD COMPATIBLE? J. CAN'T SIT DOWN I


Bob Bartlett Jerry Goebel
Bob currently works at the Catholic Education Center in St. Paul, A self-employed speaker and musical performer, this familiar
Minnesota, in the areas of Youth Catechesis and Sexuality. In this speaker will cover Funlc, Blues, Ballads, and straight forward Rock
workshop, Bob will invite young men and women to reflect on their and Roll in this workshop. It will be a chance to hear God's Glory
patterns of sexuality and intimacy in order to gain insight into Proclaimed at your metabolism rate.
which patterns are healthy and which are not. .
K. PROCLAMAR LA GLORIA DEL SENOR PARA LA
C. DO YOU WANNA HAVE A "GLORY BODY"? ENTREGATOTAL
Sr. Kathy Bryant, R.S.C. Rev. Roberto Juarez
Want to give glory to God by being totally alive? You are the El padre Juarez es actualmente Director de Vocaciones en espa1iol
billboard proclaiming God's Glory. You've got the goods, the guts, [ara Arquidiocesis de Los Angeles. En este taller el padre Juarez
the heart; just do it! In this workshop, Sr. Kathy, Director of Sister intentara darle a los jovenes que quieren seguir al Seiior, una
Vocations for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, will explore ways to oportunidad de investigar dos preguntas muy fundamentales: "·lQue
be more human about sharing your gifts with others. You don't es lo que Dios sabe de mi?", y "lQue es lo que Dios quiere para
have to be 21 or older to do what Jesus did! •?n
fill.

D. "SPLIT SECOND!-MAKING DECISIONS THAT L. MY MUSIC, MY FRIEND


COUNT" Rev. Don Kimball
CAMFEL Productions Fr. Don is currently Program Director of Cornerstone Media and for
"Split Second", a multimedia assembly program by CAMFEL 18 years has been Disc Jockey/Host of the weekly rock music show
Productions, is a high energy presentation which explores the REFLECTION: music with a Message. In his workshop, Fr. Don
dynamics behind the rapid fire choices that can change our lives, will show us that some songs have good values, some have negative
and offer practical advice for students on making the most of their values, and some just feel good. What are popular songs telling us
options. about ourselves? The better we know ourselves, the better we
reveal God. (p. m. only)
E. WHEN YOU CARE ENOUGH TO SEND THE VERY
BEST ••• M. NO GUTS, NO GLORY- PROCLAIMING GOD'S LOVE
Judy Casar FOR US
Presently coordinator of the Confirmation Process of the Tony Melendez and Robert Cowne (Captain Ilob)
Archdiocese of Los Angeles, Judy will explore that how we feel Tony, born without arms, plays 12 string guitar with his feet and is
about ourselves affects our relationships and our entire lives. This an .internationally known recording artist. composer and speaker.
workshop will focus on self-esteem, why we feel the way we do Captain Bob, a youth minister for 19 years, is Youth Minister for 4
about ourselves and how to improve our outlook. parishes and Chairman of the Youth and Young Adult Advisory
Council for Monterey Diocese. Through music, witnessing and
sharing their gifts, Tony and Bob will show that to PROCLAIM
GOD'S GLORY is to use your individual giftedness for Him and to
do so, you must have the GUTS to overcome obstacles placed in
your way. (a. m. only)
N. WE HEAR YOU! - YOUTH LISTEJ\'ING SESSION following: Is there a secret that some people know that makes them
Brian Reynolds able to get along with people? Maybe there is . None of us is born
Brian, director of the Center for Youth Ministry Development and knowing how to have incredible relationships; it is a learned skill
creator of the Christian Leadership Institute will challenge the that takes practice to make better. That's good news. It means
questions that youth have: "What is my place in the Church?" YOU can have a better relationship with anyone.
"Why does everyone keep telling me I'm the future of the Church?"
This workshop, which will continue through both sessions, will be S. I HA VE A FRIEND WHO DRINKS TOO MUCH
an opportunity for youth to be seen and heard as they reflect on and Rev. Tom Weston
discuss their present role in the church. Participants will be Fr. Tom Weston, formerly a teacher at Loyola High School in Los
involved in prioritizing issues of concern for young people. We ask Angeles, does a great amount of work with drug addicts and
that at least two youth from each parish or school group would sign alcoholics. Some clear and practical guidelines concerning alcohol
up for this session. use/abuse, drug use/abuse ... what to do when things start to fall
apart. Where to go. How to talk about this.
0. YO PECO, TU PECAS, NOSOTROS PECAMOS
Rev. Miguel Angel Villegas U. GOOD GRIEF
El padre Miguel es Director Espiritual de Encuentros de Promoci6n Suzy Yehl
Juvenil y Superior de Casa Comboni, Seminario para Hispanos. En Suzy is a divorced mother of three grown sons, and Director and
este taller exploraremos el pccado: lPor que pecamos? lCu6ndo Co-founder of Rainbows For All God's Children, a support
pecamos? l.Como evitar el pecado? program for grade and high school age children who live in single-
parent families and step-families. In this session she will discuss
R. ENHANCING RELATIONSHIPS when parentS divo;ce or someone we love dies, our life often
Ralph West becomes out of focus. We seem to be riding an emotional ~oller
Ralph has been the Director of Student Ministries at Trinity Church coaster. This workshop will give concrete ways as well as insights
for the past four years. In this workshop Ralph will explore the to help yourself and others through this difficult time.

BANNERS
The theme of Congress '89 - PROCLAIM GOD'S GLORY, Congress theme:"PROCLAIM GOD'S GLORY."
should be an inspiration for many groups, youth, family, parish, 6. DELIVERY: Deadline for delivery is April 10
cultural, and others, to design and enter a banner in this year's to the Office of Religious Education. Banner
competition. Cash prizes of $50, $25, and $15 will be awarded. should be rolled for easy handling.
The requirements for the banner are as follows: 7. DISPLAY: All banners will be hung in the
1. SIZE: Approximately 4 ft wide by 6 ft. long. Convention Center Grand Lobby on Thursday
2. MATERIAL: Felt, burlap, sailcloth, or any sturdy morning for Youth Day, and will remain for the
material. three days of the Congress.
3. POLE: A pole or rod across the top strong 8. BANNER PICKUP: Arrange for someone to pick
enough to support the banner. up your banner immediately after the closing
4. FIREPROOFING:The Convention Center requires liturgy on Sunday, April 23. All banners left
that all banners be fireproofed. Check the will be disposed of.
Yellow Pages under"fireproofing," or you may
fireproof your banner. There are several FIREPROOFING
products available , and the name of the product SOLUTION; 10 oz. Borax Combine
used must be attached to the back of the banner. 8 oz. Boric Acid ingredients
(use the form provided). A simple recipe for 1/2 gal. water and apply to fabric.
fireproofing solution is given below. Attach this form to the lower right hand comer of the
5. THEME: Banner design should follow the back of your banner.

Person who will pick up banner on April 23rd.


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MARRIAGE: THE CREATIVE
TASK (38)

___._._-Congress __ This session will discuss the "yes" said at


the altar as the beginning of the lifelong

---Worl<shops-- labor of love which is creating a marriage.


The myths of "settling down," of "happily married, "and others will
be exploded along the way to exploring the actual, beautiful, scarey
terrain of the daily, common task of creating oneself and one
Speakers are listed alphabetically.
another in the convenant of intimacy which is marriage.
Rev. Bede Abram, OFM, Ph.D. SEXUAL LOVING (SA)
Fr. Abram has been a Conventual Franciscan for twenty-five years. An exploration of Jove and sex in our personal development, with
He is a renowned preacher, author and lecturer. Professor of some observations on the new climate surrounding sexual loving in
Theology at Notre Dame Seminary and the Institute for Black our time, with further notes on the act of love and the quality of
Catholic Studies, New Orleans, Fr. Abram served as Assistant sexual experience as well as sundry asides on intimacy,
Dean, Fordham Univ.; Professor ofTheology, Howard Univ. and communication, prudery, modesty, morality and the celcbrational
Univ. of San Francisco. aspects of Christian married lovemaking.
BLACK THEOLOGY (lA)
This workshop deals with the roots of Black Theological thinking Bob Bartlett
and its development throughout the struggle of Blacks in America. Mr. Bartlett is currently wilh the Calholic
The workshop attempts to define Black Theology and give the Education Center, St. Paul, MN. He has
rationale for its existence. It attempts to answer the questions: exJensive speaking experience at
What is Black Theology? Why Black Theology? Congresses, Youth Rallies and Retreats.
BLACK SPIRITUALITY/CHRISTOLOGY (8A) WHOSE BASICS? (3C)
This workshop answers the question, "What is Black Spirituality/ Though our youth know more about
Christology?" It looks at the basis of Black Spirituality and how it sexuality at an earlier age then any
has been the reason for the SURVIVAL of Black people. generation before them, information does
not necessarily indicate wisdom. Christian
Delis Alejandro, Mary Trudeau-Mottola, Rick Tysdal education in sexuality needs to go farther.
Each of these speakers have been active with the Los Angeles area We need a beatitude approach that
Young Adult Ministry for several years as well as co-ordinator of introduces youth to the idea of intimacy.
the young Adult Ministry in their respective parishes; St. Monica's, SEXUALITY: AN INSIGHT INTO THE ACTIVITY OF GOD
St. Martin of Tours, and St. John Vianney . The level of this session (4A)
is geared for parish leaders ministering with young singles and What is the connection between such issues as school-based clinics,
couples ages 18-35 +. AIDS, pregnancy, pornography, suicide, sexual abuse, etc., and a
WHAT WORKS WITH YOUNG SINGLES spiritual sexuality? This workshop will attempt to offer some
AND COUPLES (8P) insight into these issues by inviting participants to take a historical
In this workshop we will review three models of catechetical and personal journey with sexuality.
ministry that have proven to be effective, especially in the southern
California area: 1. small groups that meet regularly for dialogue,
Bev Bos
support, study and/or prayer; 2.regularly-schcduled fellowship
Currently Teacher/Director of Roseville
nights that serve as an outreach to a wide variety of young adults; 3.
Community Preschool, CA. Ms. Bos is also
day or weekend-long retreats that address significant issues of early
President of TURN-THE-PAGE PRESS,
adulthood.
INC. Ms. Bos has conducted her workshop
over 1,000 times to various groups
Rev. James Bacik, Ph.D.
interested in creativity for young children.
Fr. Bacik is currently Co-Pastor, Corpus Christi Parish, Diocese
CREATIVITY FOR YOUNG
of Toledo. Previously Adjunct Professor of Humanities, Univ. of
CHILDREN (JD)
Toledo, Fr. Bacik is a frequent lecturer.
Participants will add to their existing
A SPIRITUALITY FOR BUSY PEOPLE: PRACTICAL
approaches to art, music and language
APPLICATION OF A THEOLOGY OF REVELATION (18) [
curriculum a number of concepts and
Practical suggestions for spiritual development based on Karl
projects which are (1) Child-centered (2)
Rahner' s theology of revelation.
developmentally oriented, and (3) creative by nature.
FINDING MEANING IN OUR WORK: PRACTICAL
THE WONDER AND AWE OF DISCOVERY (58)
APPLICATION OF THE THEOLOGY OF REVELATION (3A)
A hands-on discovery workshop. Ms. Bos will share several
projects and experiences which are child-centered and which are CELEBRATE MID-LIFE: PERSONAL
easily integrated into many other curriculum. Participants will gain AND SPIRITUAL GROWTH IN MID LIFE (lC)
an enthusiasm for sharing creative and fun experiences with Each stage of life has its own contribution to make to the fully alive
children which help to encourage wonder and the desire to person. This presentation is directed to people 35+ and will explore
"discover" more. Jung's four stages of life with emphasis on the spirituality of the
mid-life transition. ·
Sr. Thea Bowman, FSPA, Ph.D. INNER SOURCES OF NEW GROWTH AT MID-LIFE (SB)
Sr. Thea brings a powerful and dynamic In the ongoing spiritual growth of persons in the second half of life
message; "Teach them the message in ways is the growth and transformation of the culture, with insights from
they can understand." She is one of the Christian spirituality and Jungian psychology this presentation will
most sought after lecturers in America on explore the use of inner resources and the call to integration and
cross-cultural communication, spirituality individuation in the second half of life.
and music. She is the author of numerous
publications and has received much
Rev. Patrick Brennan
recognition including a 20 minute segment
Currently Director, Office for Chicago
of the CBS program "60 Minutes." A Catholic Evangelization; and President,
PROCLAIMING GOD'S GLORY IN W National Center for Evangelization and
THE WORKPLACE (2A)
Parish Renewal, Fr. Brennan is an
In Scripture, story, song and gesture, this
international speak£r and author of several
presentation challenges religious educators to share and celebrate
books.
humane and Christian values in the work place; to be Good News
RE-IMAGINING THE PARISH:
to students, colleagues, and employees; to affirm and support as
ADULT AND FAMILY CENTERED
well as challenge and empower; to unite orthodoxy and orthopraxis,
LEARNING (lD)
the quest for excellence with the quest for peace, security, and joy.
The recent futures conference on religious
It's good business. It brings celestial dividends.
education spoke recurrently of the need to
PROCLAIMING GOD'S GLORY AT HOME: A
become more adult and family centered in
MULTICULTURAL APPROACH TO FAMILY CENTERED
Catechesis. this session will explore theories and models on how to
CATECHESIS (6A)
do that.
In Scripture, song, gesture, and story, this presentation suggests
RE-IMAGING THE PARISH: SMALL CHRISTIAN
concrete specific ways to involve the whole family in sharing the
COMMUNITIES (3E)
Good News in home, Church, conununity, and world.
This session will explore the need to re-imagine the large parish as
a network of small Christian conununities. Focused on Prayer,
Sr. Mary C. Boys, SNJM,Ph.D.
Scripture, Catechesis, and Mission. Again, theories and models
Sr. Mary Boys is Associate Professor of
will be explored.
Theology and Religious Education at
Boston College. Her teaching career
includes working at high school and Eleanor Ann Brownell, PH.D.
university levels. She is a well hwwn Dr. Brownell is an independent consultant
lecturer and author. in education, religious education and
A SPIRITUALITY AND PEDAGOGY educational planning. She brings over 27
FOR CRITICAL THINKERS (2B) years teaching, directing and challenging
What spirituality sustains and gives vitality children, youth and adults to religious
to critical thinking? What ways of teaching content and lifestyle.
flow from such a spirituality? Emphasis RELIGIOUS IMAGINATION, SIGN
will be given to both Scripture and to recent studies on the skills AND SACRAMENT (lE)
of critical thinking. A fast moving workshop utilizing the religious imagination
SIMPLE BUT NOT SIMPLISTIC: INTERPRETING THE in a catechesis of the sacraments.
NEW TESTAMENT WITHOUT CARICATURING ACTIVATING THE IMAGINATION IN CATECHESIS (4C)
JUDAISM (48) Using the imagination in catechesis demands us to explore the
What are ways we might hear the depths of a term such as challenging connections between imagination and religion.
"messiah" and gain new insight into the process by which Therefore this workshop!
followers of the Way became a Gentile church? This presentation
will incorporate recent church documents (from Vatican Il Walter H. Capps, Ph.D.
to the present). Dr. Capps is a Professor of Religious Studies at UC, Santa
Barbara. He has been a teacher for 24 years and one of his classes
Sr. Anne Brennan, C.SJ, was featured on "60 Minutes." He gives many talks and addresses
Sr. Janice Brewl, CSJ, every year.
Sr. Janice and Sr. Anne are PLURALISM IN PLACE: WHAT IS THE GLUE WHICH
co-founders and co-directors BINDS US TOGETHER? (SC) and (9C)
of Mid Life Directions, New This address will focus on challenges and pitfalls regarding the
Jersey. Having had need to uphold religious pluralism; a portion of the address will talk
about how religious pluralism might be taught; another portion will
numerous national and
reflect on the personal/individual benefits of religious pluralism.
international speaking
engagements, Srs. Janice
and Anne are co-authors
of/our books in Mid - Life Directions.
Mike Carotta patterns of behavior. Faith as trust in God and others will be shown
Currently Director of Religious Educalion, as key to the movement from anxiety to glory.
Ft. Flanagan's Boys' /Jome. Mr. Carrol/a THE EXPERIENCE OF GLORY: THE SHADOW-SIDE OF
is a developer of yoUlh-10-youlh radio FEAR (SC) Authentic religious experience not only makes us
show, and is an author of several aware of God's glory but those realities in our life and world that
publications. contradict that glory. This is the shadow-side of glory: Fear. An
FOSTERING THE FAITH OF JUNIOR examination oflsaiah's call will show how his vocation can serve
HIGH YOUTH (lF) as a model for our passage from fear to glory.
This workshop will review what we know
about today's early adolescents, highlight Lawrence S. Cunningham, Ph.D.
their eight developmental needs, and Currently Professor of Theology and
practical ways of addressing these needs in Director, Collegiate Program in Theology,
junior high catcchcsis. Univ. of Notre Dame. Ile has extensive
ADDRESSING THE CHALLENGE (4D) speaking appearances to his credit and he
This workshop will review the Aim and Principles of the Church's is author of many articles and thirteen
national paper, The Challenge of Adolescent Catcchcsis, and share books.
concrete programming ideas so as to incorporate these aims BECOMING A CATHOLIC
and principles. CHRISTIAN (4E)
An examination of what it means-in depth-
to affirm one's faith as a Catholic Christian
Tracy Schneider Clark both as a fact and, more importantly, as a
A free-lance cerlified English/ASL interpreter, instructor, Ms. Clark hope.
has worked as coordinator of Hearing Impaired, Big Brolhers, PUBLIC WORSHIP/PRIVATE PRAYER: THE
as well as wilh many olher organizations and religious SCRIPTURAL LINK (SD)
education programs for the past fourteen years. A discussion of how the proclamation of God's Word in the liturgy
AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE: SEPARATING FACTS can link up with our prayer life: Some theory and some practical
FROM FICTION (7Y) suggestions.
This workshop is intended to give participants a solid understanding
of American Sign Language (ASL). Topics will be discussed such Philip A. Cunningham
as: Who uses ASL? Is it really a language? Docs it have it's own Mr. Cunningham is currently a doctoral
grammar, literature? What's the difference between ASL and other fellow at Boslon College. Mosl recently, he
kinds of sign? has served as Co-Direclor of lhe Salem
THE ROLE OF ASL IN THE CHURCH (9X) Christian Life Center in southeastern New
The workshop is intended for people with some experience in Deaf Hampshire. lie has been a parish Director
Ministry. Issues will be discussed such as: The nature of of Religious Education and a junior high
bilingualism in deaf communities; Masses in ASL; and ASL Bible; teacher and religion coordinator in
bilingual Masses and CCD programs; the role of interpreting in Catholic schools. J/e is the author of a
Deaf Ministries; and Deaf Culture -vs-''Third Culture" phenomena. number of scriptural education books.
THE MINISTRY OF JESUS AND ITS
Rory Cooney PORTRAY AL IN THE SYNOPTIC
Direclor of Music and Liturgy at St. Jerome's in Phoenix, Mr. GOSPELS (3H)
Cooney has given many workshops throughout lhe United This workshop will first discuss the Catholic understanding of the
Stales, and has composed music for liturgy origins of the Gospels and then swnmarize modem biblical
as well as other musicals. scholarship's reconstruction of the historical ministry of Jesus.
SINGING THE MYSTERY (3G) Tha aims and purposes of Jesus, the effects of his execution and
The blessing of art gives us a way of experiencing the mystery-God resurrection, and the beginnings of the Church eill be discussed.
who "dwells in unapproachable light." How do metaphor The implications of this historical reconstruction on the Church
and song unfetter the heart and spirit from their slavery to faithful of 1989 will conclude the presentation.
"left brain" religion? Explore the relationship between catechesis THE APOSTLE PAUL: NEW UNDERSTANDINGS OF AN
and music in this un-practical session! EARLY PROCLAIMER OF GOD'S GLORY (SD)
Recent biblical scholarship has indicated that there is another way
Rev. Michael Crosby, OFM, Cap. of understanding Paul; one which secs his "conversion" as a call,
Fr. Michael is presently co-ordinator of his message as largely rooted in Phaiasaic Judaism, and his efforts
the Beatitudes Program in M;:,~aukee, W/, as aimed at saving pagan Gentiles from almost certain
Aulhor of six books and many articles, Fr. condemnation. This workshop will explore this new perspective
Michael has lectured extensively in North on Paul, and will also consider its consequences for modem
America, Europe and Central and South religious educators.
America.
ANXIETY IN AN ADDICTIVE
SOCIETY: THE OBSTACLE TO
GLORY (6B) God's glory is revealed
when people become fully alive. But that
divine glory and human vitality are
suffocated by anxiety. Anxiety will be
shown to be the characteristic of addictive personal and social
James J. DeBoy appreciate and learn from its positive qualities but also to see how
Mr. DeBoy is currently Diocesan Dir. of the Gospel can be communicated meaningfully within that culture.
Religious Education for the Archdiocese of The session endeavors to promote the proper attitude in
Baltimore. For over 20 years, Mr. DeBoy, approaching the Filipino culture and suggests specific ways to have
has been active in teaching and co- a "listening heart."
ordinating Religious Education programs RE~T~~KING THE FAITH IN A FILIPINO WAY (8E)
and has been a nationally known speaker Chrisllaruty must be thought and lived in terms of the cultural
at regional and diocesan conventions and tradition of the Filipinos for it to be truly their own. To this end it
congresses. He is also the author of is important to re-think the Gospel in accordance with the Filipino
several books and publications on mode of thought. This session explores the dialogical approach to
Religious Education. culture inspired by Vatican II and provides concrete examples.
PLANNING THE FUTURE OF
Doris K. Donnelly, Ph.D.
CATHOLIC EDUCATION (2C)
Currently on sabbatical from leaching, Dr. Donnelly had been
Using the outcome of the Catholic Education Futures Symposium
Professor of Theology at Fordham Univ, Princeton, and St. John's
held in Dayton, OH, in May, 1988, this presentation will discuss the
Univ. Receiving her Ph.D., Claremont Graduate School, Dr.
major trends Catholic educators need to address in the future and
Donnelly has been keynote speaker at over 100 national
what are the implications for life-long Catholic education in
conventions and is an author of several publications.
carrying out the mission of the Church.
MANAGING CONFLICT AT HOME AND IN
WHAT KIND OF CATHOLIC ADULTS DO WE NEED TO THE CHURCH (7A)
FULFILL THE MANDATE OF JESUS TO PROCLAIM THE
This session will provide practical application in the area of conflict
GOOD NEWS TO ALL? (4F)
resolution by paying attention to how Jesus dealt with conflict and
If the Church is to carry out its mission of proclaiming and bringing
what style he used to resolve it, peacefully and effectively.
about the Reign of God, deeply believing and actively living
HEALING HURTS THROUGH FORGIVENESS (9D)
Catholic adults need to apply their faith in families, neighborhoods,
What does it look like to be a forgiving Church or family or person?
civic communities and the larger society. Adults need the skills of
Why is this option a sane and healthy one? How to reconstruct
critical reflection. If they use their skills in society, won't they also
damaged relationships in the family and parish.
use them in the Church?
Michael Downey, Ph.D.
Sr. Sandra DeGldlo, OSM
Dr. Downey is currently Assistant
Presently a Free-Lance Author, Lecturer,
Professor of Theology at Loyola
and Consultant, Author of many
Marymount Univ. Jn addition to teaching
publications, she has lectured nation-wide
and lecturing, he has continued to offer
in parishes and dioceses on Liturgy,
courses in Systematic Theology and
Sacraments, R.C./A, Women in the
Spirituality to enclosed contemplative
Church, Lay Ministry, Parish Ministry, and
communities.
Family CatechesislMinistry.
RCIA: HOW DO WE START? CONTOURS OF THE KINGDOM:
WHERE DO WE BEGIN? (lH) ETHICAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE
This session will explore the characteristics
SACRAMENTS (78)
of a parish community that is ready to This workshop is intended for those who
tackle the responsibility of initiating new seek to integrate what happens in church
members, and will investigate possible practical approaches for and in the home, at work, and in political life. Taking to heart the
beginning implementation of the RCIA in the parish community. nature of the Church as a Sacrament, Dr. Downey will attempt to
PENANCE PREPARATION: PARENTS AND PARISH AS show how the sacraments themselves express a Christian morality.
PARTNERS (31) WOUNDS EMBRACED: THE TURN TO SUFFERING IN
Penance preparation begins at a child's birth and is the CONTEMPORARY THEOLOGY (9E)
responsibility of parents, catechists, school, priests and, in fact, the Scripture, tradition, liturgy, teaching, and prayer are among the
total parish. This session will explore practical ways that all those sources to which theologians tum in attempting to come to a deeper
groups can together prepare children for the Sacrament. understanding of God. In this session, Dr. Downey will tum to
suffering as a source for theological reflection.

Jose M. De Mesa, Ph.D.


Currently at Maryhill School of Theology, J. L. Drouhard
Quezon City, Manila. Previous positions Mr. Drouhard is the Coordinator of
include Academic Dean and Professor of Campus and Young Adult Ministry for the
Systematic Theology at Maryhill School of Archdiocese of Seattle. fl e previously was
Theology and Visiting Professor at Loyola involved in parish and inter-parish young
School ofTheology . Apart from regular adult ministry within the Archdiocese of
teaching, Dr. De Mesa has lectured to Seattle.
various groups in the Philippines. YOUNGADULTSOMETHING (7C)
EVANGELIZING THE FILIPINO Participants will engage in a presentation
on the identities of young adults (18-30s),
CULTURE WITH A LISTENING
the building of a parish ministry among
HEART(6C) this population, and what programs have been
Evangelization begins with listening to the significant and successful around the country. Individuals are
way oflife of a given people (culture) not only in order to invited to bring any of their own ideas and programs.
YOUNG ADULT LEADERS-THE NEVER FINISHED John C. Dwyer, Ph.D.
AGENDA(9F) Presently Professor of Theology at St.
Participants will look at the attraction, training, and support of Mary's College, and Graduate Theological
leadership in young adult ministry programs. Several models of Union, Berkeley. He is the author offour
formation and evaluation will be presented, as well as discussion on books, the most recent, "Human Sexuality:
how Christ managed with his own "invited volunteers." A Christian View."
THE CHURCH OF THE FUTURE (2D)
Rev. James B. Dunning, Ph.D. What are the dangers and opportunities
Fr. Dunning currently serves as President, which we will face in the next 20 to 50
North American Forum on the years? What resources do we have to meet
Catechumenate, Washington, D.C. He was them? How can we avoid the dangers and
a member of the U.S. Bishop's take advantage of the opportunities?
Subcommittee on RC/A. Author of "New THE CHALLENGE OF THE
Wine, New Wineskins: Exploring the HISTORICAL JESUS (SF)
RC/A" and "Ministries: Sharing God's Jesus humanity, his "human-ness," has often been downplayed and
Gifts" and co-editor of "The Rite of neglected. Today, critical study of the New Testament is making it
Christian Initiation of Adults." possible to understand Jesus and his message as never before.
FROM LAKE WOBEGON TO LAKE
GALILEE: EUCHARIS1 AS THE Christene Estrada
GOAL OF THE RCIA (SE) Director of Lily Research Grant on Youth Ministry for School of
The most neglected period of the RCIA, mystagogy, when new Theology at Claremont, Ms. Estrada was a contributing member of
Crhistians savor the mystery of the Eucharist, is the most important. the Archbishop's Task Force on Confirmation Catechumenate in
We shall explore how the entire catechumenal journey should lead the Archdiocese. She is an accomplished speaker and author.
to active missionaries gathered round the Eucharistic table, alive THE GALILEAN VISION AS COMPASSION FOR A POST-
with the Spirit of Pentecost. MODERN WORLD (SG)
LET THE CHILDREN COME TO ME: IMPLICATIONS OF Children can relate well to the Galilean vision in which outsiders
THE RCIA FOR THE INITIATION OF CHILDREN (7D) are incorporated into the global-body of Christ. This workshop will
Canon Law and the RCIA restores the order of Baptism- explore the themes of reconciliation, strength amid weakness, and
Confirmation-Eucharist as sacraments of initiation. We shall compassion as a way to bond the contemporary Christian
explore the implications of that for children, e.g., Eucharist with community together in its movement toward social justice.
younger children, Confirmation as initiation with children and other Beginning with young children and moving up to adults,
sacraments (Reconciliation) with youth, families as catechumenal the necessity of experiencing ourselves as interdependent
communities, liturgy of the Word with children. challenges the catechist to create methodologies which will image
a new global identity for the 21st century.
Rev. Brad Dusak,
Rev. Peter J. Lulzzl, Kim Eyler
0. Carm. Vice President, Sales and Marketing,
Sally Sohner Religion division for Silver Burdett and
Fr. Dusak is Director Ginn. Ms. Eyler has taught both in
of Pastoral Care for Catholic Schools and religion education
Persons with AIDS and programs for over 20 years. She has
the Lesbian and Gay spoken at conferences and workshops
Community for the throughout the U.S.
Archdiocese ofLos WHYISN'T WHATl'MTEACHING
Angeles. Fr. Luizzi is GETTING ACROSS TO MY
director ofpre-novitiate STUDENTS? (11)
formation, and director of RC/A and liturgy at St. Francis parish It's not what we proclaim, very often it is
in North Hollywood. He has preached many retreats and is also the way we do it! How you teach and how your students learn will
involved in AIDS ministry. As a director of health activities for be the focus of this workshop. You will discover what your
American Red Cross in L.A., Ms. Sohner is a member of the National preferred teaching style is; receive an overview of the variety of
Red Cross Task Force Planning HNI AIDS education programs for learning styles that are present in your classroom and develop ways
the country. She previously was Nurse Manager Research and has to bring them together!
much experience in teaching and public speaking. WHAT DO I DO WHEN MY STUDENTS WANT TO BE
AIDS: A MEDICAL AND PASTORAL PERSPECTIVE (SF) ANYWHERE BUT IN RELIGION CLASS? (7E)
AIDS is a human disease. It reveals our brokenness. The church's It's hard to proclaim God's Glory in a room where children are
pa5sionate embrace of persons with AIDS can make a dreaded restless, uninterested and even bored! Helping to motivate students
disease a revelation of the tenderness of our God. Our response to is the key to providing successful learning experiences for them.
AIDS can proclaim God's glory to the "little ones" and to all This workshop will help you to understand what motivates students;
nations. what stifles motivation and ways to make your class the place
students want to be.
Rev. Robert Fablng, SJ, Ph.D. wondrous sign of God's action in creation. It begins prior to birth,
Fr. Fabing has been writing music for continues throughout life, and prepares us for relationships.
many years. His music is int~ PSYCHOSEXUAL DEVELOPMENT: WHEN THINGS GO
Songprayers collection with NALR. Author WRONG(8H)
of two books, Fr. Fabing has also written This session, building on the previous one, will look at what
music for past LA. Religious Education happens in adult behavior when experiences such as trauma, severe
convention. He holds a Doctorate in punishment, guilt, and failure interfere with the normal process of
Ascetical T~ology and Counseling psychosexual development.
Psychology.
EXPERIENCING GOD IN DAILY Sr. Barbara Fland SND de N, Ph.D.
LIFE (lJ) Presently Associate Professor of
This interesting session is on Adult Philosophical T~ology and Spirituality at
Spirituality . Bob will use his background Mt. St. Mary's Seminary, Ohio, Sr.
in ascetical theology and clinical counseling psychology to Barbara has over 25 years experience
illuminate the search for finding God in our adult experiences of teaching Religion/Iheology. Two of her
love, joy, n·eed, fear, sorrow, and anger. Bob will use and expose the lecture series have been published in a tape
meaning of prayer, the examination of conscience as a means of series by St. Anthony Messenger Press.
finding God in our daily experience. Some of Bob's material will THE FEMININE TURN IN
be taken from his new book, "Experiencing God In Daily Life." MINISTRY: ACALLTO
Meditative music will also be played and sung by Bob CONVERSION (lM)
throughout the session from his new album, "Covenant." During this session we will attempt to
situate present attitudes toward ministry as
Steven Farney grounded in the cultural perspectives of our time. We will explore
At Present, Mr. Farney is Director of the "feminine tum in ministry" as a possible revolution of
Liturgy and Music, St. Ann's, Prairie consciousness calling for transformation: For authentic
Village, KA. Former positions were relationality; for an inductive theology of existence; for a retrieval
Director of Liturgy and Music at St. of our heritage through a radical acceptance and love of others in
Isidore's, Kansas State Univ. and St. their otherness rooted in the universal call to wholeness.
Lawrence Catholic Center. He has RELEASEMENT: SPIRITUALITY FOR MINISTERS IN AN
presented workshops at the National AGE OF CHANGE (3J)
Pastoral Music Conventions in 1986, The phenomenon of change can bring with it dis-ease and alienation
'87, '88. as well as the opportunity for hope-filled creativity and courage.
KEEPING THE EASTER JOY ALIVE: Ours is the task to cease the present moment for the sake of God's
MUSIC FOR THE EASTER SEASON reign which, while being among us, is also not yet. During this
(CYCLE C) (lK) session we will explore "Releasement" as the appropriate
Come prepared to pray and sing as we look at new music for the disposition for ministry in contemporary times and for meaningful
season that involves a variety of voice and instruments. Each spirituality in our present culture.
participant will receive a specially prepared planning guide for the
season with Scripture themes, activities for the parish and music Jim Finley, Ph.D.
suggestions. Full music scores will be available at the congress. Currently involved in psychol~rapy, writing and lecturing,
FOLK MUSIC AND THE FUTURE CHURCH (9G) Dr. Finley has widespread teaching and speaking experience,
Contemporary "folk" music has served the Church well since the and is also the author of school texts and many ot~r books.
early 1960's. As we approach the third millennium, where is it INTIMACY WITH GOD: A REFLECTION ON THE
headed? Will this music evolve? Must it evolve? Through song SPIRITUALITY OF THOMAS MERTON (81)
and guided discussion, let's begin to plot a course. A simple yet in-depth exploration into Thomas Merton's insights
into the nature and practice of contemplative prayer and
Sr. Fran how it is possible to live a contemplative way of life in the midst of
Ferder,FSPA, today's world. Practical suggestions will be offered regarding the
Ph.D., Rev. John obstacles that are frequently encountered in the search for
Heagle contemplative intimacy with God.
Currently co-
director' s of TARA Sr. Clare Fitzgerald, Ph.D.
Center, (Therapy and Currently Director, Catholic School
Renewal Associates), Leadership Program, Boston College, and
they each maintain an educator of 30 years, Sr. Clare has had
an active schedule of e:xlensive national speaking engagements.
speaking, writing, THE GLORY OF GOD IN PEOPLE
and national retreat FULLY ALIVE (3K)
ministries. Among The call of Vatican II is to be a pilgrim
many oft~ir own writing accomplishments, they are co-authors of Church. We are travelling together as
the new book, "Partnership: Women and Men in the Emerging "Companions in the Spirit" along the
Church," published by Ave Maria Press. journey of faith. The Church of the Third
PSYCHOSEXUAL DEVELOPMENT: SIGN OF GOD'S Christian Millennium will be one of a
GLORY (IL) "community of disciples" living an
This session will identify the stages of psychosexual development alternative life style. We will be Christians ...people fully alive.
that all normal persons experience. Psychosexual development is a
THE PROPHETIC STANCE OF THE PEOPLE OF GOD (6D) Elinor Ford, Ph.D.
To be prophetic is to invite danger. The prophetic stance of the CEO and Publisher, William H. Sadlier,
people of God is to adopt the posture of not only conversion but of Inc., she attended Columbia Univ.,
confrontation and conversion. This is the Prophetic Trilogy of the Fordham Univ., and Yeshiva Univ. Dr.
future. Ford has been a speaker throughout the
U.S., Canada and Europe as well as
Sr. Mary Irene Professor, Fordham Univ. and author of
Flanagan, CSJ, articles on Religion.
Bette Lloyd CREATING CHURCH FOR THE
Sr. Mary Irene is THIRD MILLENNIUM (2F)
currently with This session will describe both why we are
American Martyrs Church, and !he responsibility each of us
Parish, Manhattan has to challenge one another to a true living
Beach , serving as out of !he Nazareth Manifesto (Luke 4, 18-19). By so doing we can
Early Childhood/ hope to reimagine our local churches to become places that
Family Minister. proclaim God's glory by announcing gospel and denouncing
Previously oppression. Practical suggestions for doing this will be given.
an Associate EFFECTIVE PARISH RELIGIOUS EDUCATION: A
Professor at Mt. St. PARISH AFFAIR (SG)
Mary's College and Early Childhood Consultant for the Each of us in the parish is on a journey of failh conversion. The
Archdiocese of Los Angeles. She is a noted author and has done parish, therefore, needs to examine how it educates !he parishioners
extensive speaking at national and diocesan conferences. Ms. Lloyd both to !he gift of that faith, and their role and responsibilities in
is a kindergarten teacher in the Los Angeles School District. She living faith such that the parish is a place that "proclaims God's
taught/or 16 years in the elementarty level. Additionally, she glory." A schema will be presented for examining how
conducts monthly teacher training series and is a member of the well parish ministers, parishioners and structures do this.
Early Childhood Advisory Board for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.
THE WHY'S AND HOW'S TO PROCLAIM GOD'S GLORY Fountain Square Fools,
TO PRESCHOOL CHILDREN (7F) Rev. J. Michael Sparough,
This session will deal with the philosophy of Early Childhood S. J., Christopher Murphy,
religious education and it's practical application to the classroom. Chris Potter, and Tria
Recommended for beginning catechists and chairpersons, DRE's Thompson
and those needing to "recharge parish programs." Fr. Sparough is artistic
director and founder of the
Rev. James Flosi company. When not
Founding Director, Phoenix Ministry for "fooling" around he is an
Separated and Divorced Catholics, associate pastor at St.
Archdiocese of Chicago, Fr. Flosi is a Xavier Church, Cincinnati,
consultant to many organizations on OJI. Tria Thompson is a
marriage programs and programs pscho-therapist with
pertaining to separated and divorced, specialization in movement therapy. Chris Potter is a former youth
widows and widowers, homosexuals and minister and is currently studying American Sign Language. Chris
hurling families. He is also a lecturer and Murphy is a graduate of Columbia Law School and is a clerk with a
writer of articles. federal judge in Toledo, Ohio. Each year they perform/or close to
THE EFFECTS OF DIVORCE ON 100,000 adults and young people across the country in parishes,
ADULTS AND HOW DO WE elementary and high schools, as well as universities. In addition
MINISTER TO AND WITH THEM AS they have presented at conferences, youth rallies and conventions.
CHURCH? (2E) PARTNERS IN THE MYSTERY OF REDEMPTION??? (2G)
There is a common process in divorcing. The various Church Through storytelling, song, dance, mime, and theatre games, the
ministries must be aware of this process and its effects, to better Fountain Square Fools will explore issues of the current draft of the
understand what direction their expertise will take in the future. Bishop's Pastoral on Women in the Church.
THE EFFECTS OF DIVORCE ON CHILDREN. WHAT
MUST WE DO TO ENSURE A BETTER FUTURE? (9H) Rev. Richard N. Fragomenl
Children also are involved in a particular way in the process of their Fr. Fragomeni is a Ph.D. Candidate in
parents divorcing. How does this experience demand a change in Liturgical Studies, Catholic Univ. of
our manner and vocabulary in passing on !he Catholic values of America. He has been a presenter at many
family life? national events and has contributed
articles to various journals including
"Pastoral Music, Catechumenate."
THE TAROT AND CHRISTIAN LIFE:
A HERMETICAL APPROACH TO
CONVERSION (4G)
The occult symbols of the Tarot have been
discounted by Christian writers as
superstitious and irrelevant to a dedicated
follower of Christ. This workshop will explore how these hermetic
images can be a meaningful meditation and symbol for the
Christian journey. Each image of the Tarot will be examined as an CHILDREN, MUSIC AND WORSHIP (6F)
esoteric proclamation of God's glory inviting the initiate into being This workshop will examine how children can be brought into the
fully alive in Christ. worship experience through music. Various examples will be given
as well as creative options in the Liturgy.
Rev. Dale J. Fushek
CurrenJly Vicar of Worship, St. Timothy's Sr. Gretchen Hailer, RSHM
parish, Diocese of Phoenix and Liturgical CurrenJly Catechetical ConsultanJ, Tabor
Consultant NA.L.R. Presenter at many Publishing. One of a team who wrote and
conferences and congresses, Fr. Fushek produced "Media and Catechesis: A
hosts a weekly television program for Catechist Formation Module," Sr.
teens on Eternal Word Television Gretchen has been a presenter at numerous
Network. conventions and congresses.
LET'S GET PRACTICAL ... HOW DO CASSETTES AND CA TECHESIS (3L)
YOU DO A TEEN MASS? (2H) Audio & video cassettes are part of the
Many of us know that we are losing our lifestyle of many of us. We jog or cycle as
teens. They think Mass is boring. Yet at earphones connect us to our favorite music
the same time, we hear that Mass is the or motivational tape. We relax at home in
most important celebration in the life of the Church. This workshop that special chair as our VCR spins out a
will deal with HOW to go about starting a teen Mass. Priests, youth popular film on our TV screen. But, as catechists, we are often
ministers, and catechists will be targeted. slow to use the same technology in the catechetical process. This
LITURGY ...THE SOURCE AND SUMMIT OF THE workshop will provide practical ideas for using audio & video
CHURCH, AND YOUTH MINISTRY (4H) cassettes in catechesis at all levels.
Teen programs in general and not in line with the Church's CULTIVATING A SPIRITUALITY OF JUSTICE (8.J)
thinking about evangelization. Liturgy must be the key to a What do we do when we educate for justice? Do we form attitudes,
successful youth program. This workshop will be very practical on encourage action or both? This workshop will discuss a way of
HOW to run a successful youth program, and HOW ... to make the being Christian, a spirituality that shapes both our way of thinking
program be based on the liturgy. and our way of acting. And how it is possible to cultivate this
spirituality for our world today.
Rev. Benedict J. Groeschel, CFR, Ph.D.
Fr. Benedict is Director of the Office for Janice Hale-Benson, Ph.D.
Spiritual Development of the Archdiocese Associate professor of Early Childhood
of New York and Director of Trinity Education at Cleveland State University,
Retreat Center. Fr. Benedict has published Dr. Hale-Benson is founder and executive
a number of articles and tapes on pastoral director of Visions for Children. Her post
counseling and is familiar to television doctoral work has included travel to West
audiences. Africa to study African life and culture.
PRAYER AS A VITAL TOOL IN THE TRANSMISSION OF FAITH TO
ONGOING CONVERSION (41) BLACK CHILDREN (4J) and (6E)
Prayer that is vital and authentic is a This workshop will examine the process of
constant powerful call to conversion. Fr. faith development in young children.
Benedict will use sources from traditional Insights from major theorists will be
and contemporary spiritual classics to indicate ways in which a explored and applied. Cultural
person of our time may seek ongoing conversion. implications will be drawn out and developed.
THE INNER EXPERIENCE OF GOD'S GLORY· STEPS TO
A CONTEMPLATIVE ENCOUNTER (SH) Rev. Daniel Harrington, SJ, Ph.D.
Using the classical literature of Catholic spirituality, Fr. Benedict Presently Professor ofNew Testament at
will develop ways in which the struggling Christian can at times the Weston School ofTheology, Fr.
approach an inner awareness of God's presence. Harrington did his undergraduate and
graduate work at Boston College and
David Haas, Marty Weston School o/Theology. Ile was
Haugen formerly President of the Catholic Biblical
Mr. Haugen is Association and General Editor of new
currently musician- abstracts. He is the author of several
in-residence, I/olden books.
Village Retreat CHURCH IN MATTHEW (7G)
CenJer, Chelan, This workshop will develop how the
Washington. Since Jewish Evangelist brings tradition about
1978, he has recorded Jesus, to bear on his situation after 70 A.D., especially with regard
eight collections of to the relationship between Jews and Gentiles. Implications will be
liturgical music and drawn for relations between Jews and Christians in today's world.
has given numerous CHURCH IN PAUL (91)
concerts and This workshop will show how the Apostle of the Gentiles
liturgical music workshops. Mr. Haas is a composer at St. Paul understood the impact of Jesus' death and resurrection as
Seminary School of Divinity, Minnesota. Mr. Haas just completed empowering Christian life in the Greco/Roman world. Implications
a new collection of music for the Rite of Christian Initiation of for ministry and collaboration will be drawn for the Church
Adults. His music appears in numerous liturgical song books. of the 80's.
Maria Harris, Ed.D. Joe Holland
Dr. Harris is Visiting Professor of Mr. Holland is Executive Director of
Religious Education at Fordham University PILLAR, the Pallottine Institute for Lay
each fall and New York Univ. throughout Leadership and Apostolate Research,
the year. Dr. Harris' publications include Seaton Hall Univ. He has done graduate
over 60 articles and seven books. studies at Niagara Univ., New School for
CREATIVITY: PATH TO GLORIFY Social Research, Catholic Univ. of Chile
GOD (lN) and the Univ. of Chicago. His books
This presentation will look at the power of include "The American Journey, Social
creativity in us, individually, as Analysis: Linking Faith and Justice" and a
communities, and as an entire church. A forthcoming one on a spirituality of work.
special focus will be the ways in which LAY SPIRITUALITY: THE
creativity is a path to justice, as well as a HOLINESS OF ORDINARY LIFE (2I)
path to beauty. An analysis of the spiritual crises of modem culture, the primal and
WOMEN'S WISDOM IN TEACHING: A HIDDEN classical roots of this crises and the new post modem culture which
GLORY (3M) flows from it, in tum giving birth to a lay-centered church.
This session will look at the particular ways in which women bring THE 1987 SYNOD ON THE LAITY: LONG TERM
strengths to teaching, and the hidden strengths of teaching women. IMPACT (6G)
This session is offered to men as well. An analysis of preparation, happening, and aftermath of the 1987
Synod seen as the most important global Catholic event since the
Rev. Robert J. Hater, Ph.D. Second Vatican Council.
Fr. Hater is currently a Professor of
Religious Studies at Univ. of Dayton and Mr. Gabe Huck
also works for the Archdiocese of Currently Director, Liturgy Training Publication, Archdiocese of
Cincinnati. A nationally known speaker on Chicago, Mr. Huck is author of numerous articles, books.and
Evangelization, Catechesis, Liturgy, pamphlets, he was a member of the subcommittee of the Bishops'
Spirituality and Ministry. Fr. Hater has Committee on the Liturgy.
published several articles and books on HOUSEHOLD BLESSINGS AND PRAYERS (2J)
Religious Education. Late in 1988 "Household Blessings & Prayers" was published and
CATHOLIC EVANGELIZATION: is now available as a resource for parents, teachers
FAMILY, MARKETPLACE AND and pastoral ministers. The importance of this book goes far
PARISH (4K) and (7H) beyond the rich resource of materials it brings together. This book
What is Catholic Evangelization? Characteristics of Catholic moves toward a restoration of daily and seasonal prayer to the home
Evangelization; Healthy, yet broken families as the heart of in a way that allows all baptized-young and old, female and
Evangelization; Evangelization and the markeLplace, the Parish's male-to exercise the duties of their baptism. The workshop will
role in Evangelization. Fr. Hater implies that personal and parish explore how this book can be introduced to and used by students,
spiritual renewal is necessary as Catholics "Proclaim God's Glory" parents and members of the parish community.
through Evangelization. WHEN CHILDREN CELEBRATE THE LITURGY (9K)
Some of our mistakes over the years have to do with
Sr. Jose Hobday misunderstanding both the liturgy and the children. Liturgy and
Sr. Jose has spent much time in the past music editors put together their resources and expertise. The result
few years working in the Denver area with is a simple, consistent and workable approach to Masses with
various organizations speaking to Native children. Most of all, it is true to the liturgy and the children. The
and non-Native groups. Of Seneca Iroquis workshop will present both the overall approach and some specific
descent, she serves in areas of Spiritual examples of feasts and seasons.
Leadership as a/acuity and resource
person and bridge-builder between Bob Hurd
peoples. She has taught, lectured and Formerly Associate Professor of
given retreats in most of our states and also Philosophy at Loyola Marymount
internationally. University, Mr. Hurd is presently Director
FINDING GOD IN THE ORDINARY: SECOND BY of Worship and Visiting Professor of
MOMENT (7I) Theology and the Arts at the Franciscan
In this workshop, Sr. Jose will talk about ordinary things: prayer, School ofTheology, Berkeley. His
power, change, sex, words ands flowers, but she will treat them in a publications include 3 collections of
delightfully extraordinary manner. She will help you to be present liturgical music, the most recent of which is
to the world in a new way. Her enthusiasm and depth of spirituality "Each Time /Think of You" from Oregon
will make this workshop a profoundly refreshing experience. Catholic Press, and a number of articles on
THE EVERYDAY JOURNEY FROM DEATH topics in philosophy, theology and liturgy.
INTO LIFE (9J) MASS OF THE AMERICAS/MISA DE
In this workshop Sr. Jose will invite you to enter your own LAS AMERICAS (SI)
experience and find Christ in the process. She will discuss With the help of Anawim and an array of Hispanic singers and
memory, revelation, transformation, harmony, brokenness and musicians, Bob Hurd will present musical resources and strategies
fertility as she helps you to understand yourself as the body of Christ. for bilingual liturgies. The music will include not only bilingual
settings and responses (including a new bilingual Mass, "Misa de
las Americas") , but also new English songs and Spanish songs as
well. A special opportunity for all pastoral musicians and ministers JOHN PAUL II: TEN YEARS OF PROCLAMATION (6H)
in the Southern California Area. Has the message been lost by the Catholic Right and the Catholic
Left? The position will be taken that conservative and liberal
Con la ayuda de Anawim y cantantes y musicos hispanos, Bob Catholics respond to only 10% of John Paul II teachings. It is the
Hurd, presentara recursos y estragedias musicales para liturgias same 10% on sexuality and Church affairs, and it represents the
bilingues. Ademas del escenario y respuestas bilingues contemporary crisis of the Church.
(incluyendo la nueva misa bilingue, "Misa de las Amiricas' ), la
musica incluira nuevas canciones in ingles y espa.iiol. Esta es una Rev. Don Kimball
oportunidad especial para TODOS los musicos y ministros pas- Currently in the Diocese of Santa Rosa, Fr .
torales en el area de California del sur. Kimball is founder and Program Director
of "Cornerstone Media, Inc .,'' and
Loretta Jancoskl, Ph.D. Coordinator of Youth Ministry for that
Director, SUMORE program in the Diocese. Author of several books, Fr.
Institute for Theological Studies,; Asst. Kimball is the disc jockey of "Reflection:
Professor, Pastoral Theology and Religious Music With a Message," a popular rock
Education, Seallle University. Among her music radio show dealing with
many accomplishments, she is currently relationships.
working with a team to produce videos for USING POPULAR MUSIC WITH
Catholic education. YOUNG PEOPLE (2L)
THE CHALLENGE OF RELIGIOUS Music tells the stories of any culture. How
EDUCATION IN THE CHURCH (SJ) can we take current songs and use them to decode the stories of
What are we about? What ought we be young people and also to encode the Gospel?
about? Can we move toward goals that are PARENTS & TEENS: DIALOGUING WITH A MOVING
different from ones we now pursue but TARGET (61)
more rooted in gospel and responsive to felt human needs? Parents of teens may be among the most stressed- out people in the
CONTEMPORARY MORAL ISSUES FOR HIGH SCHOOL Church. How do we help reduce the panic and increase the quality
STUDENTS (9L) of parent-teen relationships?
How do we reach high school aged students with those moral
values and doctrines that will sustain them through adolescence into Carey Landry,
adulthood, that will make life meaningful and satisfying as well as Carol Jean
happy for them? Using the media they like and know best: Video. Kinghorn
Some samples and approaches. Carey Landry has
been involved with
Jeff Johnson music all his life and
Currently Mr. Johnson is director ofyoUlh has been writing
ministry, Archdiocese of St. Paul and music for worship
Minneapolis. He has done workshops in and religious
the areas of sexuality, youth ministry and education since 1967.
sexuality, and has been keynote speaker at In 1972 he began to
youth rallies. collaborate with
EVANGELIZATION: CREATIVE Carol Jean Kinghorn.
OUTREACH TO YOUTH (2K) Her teaching dynamics came to be thefoundationfor the "Hi God
If kids are not coming to us, why not go to Program." Together Carey and Carol Jean have ministered to
them? This session will examine youth ~ catechists, teachers, clergy, music ministers and people in the
culture and the basic principles of outreach Church throughout the U.S . and Canada.
to youth, offering practical approaches and MUSIC IN TEACHABLE MOMENTS WITH
resources for a variety of ministry settings. CHILDREN (7J)
YOUTH FIND FAITH THROUGH FRIENDSIDP (9M) How to truly integrate music into our Religious Education classes,
Making friends, keeping friends, friends that are hurting, losing with practical examples of how to use music in teachable moments.
friends, friends vs. romance ...This is the real world of adolescents. Exposure to the music of"the young people's glory and praise",
This session will offer practical ways to help youth deepen and "Hi God 3", and new music that children love to sing.
broaden their friendships and call them into a deeper friendship MUSIC IN THE PRAYER OF CHILDREN (SK)
with God. Music that helps to develop a sense of prayer in the lives of
children. Music for prayer moments with children, with examples
Rev. John Kavanaugh, SJ.,Ph.D. of paraliturgies and classroom celebrations. Exposure to the
Presently a columinstfor the Saint Louis prayerful music of"the young people's glory and praise", "Hi God
Review, "Viewpoint", Fr. Kavanaugh gives 3", and music recently developed.
lectures on Religious Vows and Justice,
American Culture, Poverty, Prayer. He
has authored several publications.
MEDIA AND REALITY (4L)
This is an up-dating of a presentation
previously given at the R. E. C. of L.A.
Using advertisements, it examines the ways
that the media have formed not only our
consciences, but our consciousness.
Rev. Ronald J. Lewinski How do you teach love, good relationships, and Catholic sexual
CurrenJ/y Director of the Office for Divine values? A practical presentation on how to prepare yourself to be
Worship, Archdiocese of Chicago and an effective Sexuality Resource Person. All of us are called to
Associate Pastor at St. Philip Parish, Fr. communicate and model healthy Christian attitudes towards
Lewinski has offered workshops in over sexuality in our communities, homes, and classrooms. Support,
100 dioceses in the U.S., Canada, Australia stories, strategies and hand-outs will be offered.
and Germany. He is the founding editor of THE SEXUALITY CLASSROOM: COMBAT ZONE OR
"Catechumenate" and has several GOD'S WORKSHOP-YOU BE THE JUDGE! (8L)
publications. This workshop first examines the adolescent of the 80's stages of
EUCHARIST: THE ULTIMATE growth, pressures, choices, changes and gifts. Helpful strategies,
SACRAMENT OF COMMITMENT (7K) attitudes and survival hints will be offered. We can make the
Our celebration of the Eucharist is one of Catholic classroom a loving, open and exciting place to present
the most radical activities a Christian can participate in. For to Sexuality.
participate in the Eucharist is to become bread broken for others
and wine poured out for others. Preparation for eucharistic Sr. Eva Marie Lumas
participation then is not just understanding what Eucharist is, but Sr. Eva Marie is a Catechetical Consultant.
how we become Eucharist for others. She currently contracted as coordinator
RCIA UPDATE: WHERE WE'VE BEEN AND WHERE WE of Catechetical programs for the National
HA VE TO GO (9N) Black Sisters Conference . She previously
A review of some of the positive accomplishments we have made in was a consultant for the Diocese of
implementing the RCIA in the U.S. and a look at some of the areas Oakland and Los Angeles.
still in need of further development. SACRAMENTS: A PORTRAIT IN
BLACK (SK)
Patricia H. Livingston This workshop will explore symbols and
Ms. Livingston is currently Associate resources that speak to the life-experience
Director ofCenJer for Continuing and journey of faith of Black Americans.
Formation in Ministry, Univ. ofNotre Its specific application will be to the
Dame, JN..formerly President, Livingston Sacrament of Initiation.
Associates, Sebring, Florida. Author of LITURGY: MOVING WITH THE RHYTHM OF LIFE (7M)
several publications This workshop will explore the meaning, moods and movements of
and tape series, Ms. Livingston has Black liturgy. Participants will gain a deeper appreciation for Black
extensive speaking experience in the United spirituality, art, music, language, movement and culture in the
States and abroad. liturgical setting.
LEARNING FROM LIFE (6J)
If life has meaning for us, we can embrace Lydia Maldonado-Calzada, Leticia Gomez
it with courage and hope. We need to reflect on life to learn from Over 15 years as elementary ,junior high and high school teacher
it. With stories and humor, this talk distills some of the central in the Archdiocese, Ms. Maldonado-Calzada is on-site coordinator
learnings from the curious mixture of anguish and wonder, boredom S.EA. School in Pomona. Ms. Gomez is coordintor of the
and breakthrough, that life is. Concerned Parents Program in Pomona.
THE HUMAN DIMENSION OF COLLABORATION (7L) GOD AND GANGS (98)
Inspired by vision, fueled by grace, motivated by cherished ideals, Gangs have become rampant in our society. Many programs
collaborative ministry is none the less also rooted immovably in the attempting to deal with this problem have failed. Brother
very human. The humbling reality must be acknowledged that we Modesto's SEA Programs, by combining parents, schools and God
are all fra gile and defens ive, we all have great need for power and have been successfully attacking this tragedy.
love, and I.hat our interactions are bound to be messy. This talk
calls us to face this trulh with honesty, patience, humor and hope. Nancy and Graziano
Marcheschi
Nancy performs with ,and
David and Kathy choreographs for the Anawim
Lorentz Players of Chicago. Graziano is
David is Coordinator the director of the Anawim
of Human/Christian Players. They have been leading
Sexuality Program, others to prayer through the
St. Ignatius College per/orming arts for the past eight
Prep, San Francisco. years. They are the new authors
He has conducted of "Celebrating Liturgy;"
workshops in family Workbook for Lectors and Gospel
life, sexuality, Readers, Liturgy Training
spirituality and Publications.
liturgy. Kathy is a SCRIPTURE ALIVE: TELLING THE STORY WITH
consultant on DRAMA, DANCE AND MIME (2M)
Christian Sexuality to many parishes in Northern California, Scripture comes to life when proclaimed with imagination.
providing workshops and inservice for parents.faculty and youth Religious educators can bring to the task of proclamation energy,
groups and she is a homemaker. joy and life-giving imagination. This workshop will focus on how
BE NOT AFRAID: PREPARING YOURSELF TO TEACH drama, moveme.n t and storytelling can be used at any educational
CHRISTIAN SEXUALITY (JN) level (in worship or the classroom) to proclaim and study scripture.
Scripting and staging techniques will be explored. Watch or the Word" through prayer and testimony. (Please, bring Bibles).
participate. Either way you'll experience resources which will
make work with Scripture more fun and fulfilling for you and your James
students. McGinnis,Ph.D.,
Kathleen McGinnis
Nancy Seltz Marcheschl, Bobby Fisher Currently employed
Ms. Marcheschi is currently a mL!mber of by the Institute for
"AnawimPlayers." She serves as Peace and Justice as
Liturgical Arts consultant and co-ordinators of the
clwreographer for national and local Parenting for Peace
conferences and prayer gatherings. She is and Justice Network,
a teacher of Fine Arts and director of they both have a rich
children's liturgies. Mr. Fisher has been background in
involved in liturgical music for over Leadership Training,
fourteen years. He has traveled extensively Family Enrichment
both alone and as a mL!mber of "Fountain Programs, and In-Service Workslwpsfor Faculties.
Square Fools.". He has served on the NURTURING CHILDREN IN A WORLD OF CONFLICT
faculty of both NPM national guitar schools. (lP)
HYMNS AND HERS FOR HAPPY HEARTS: MUSIC, Practical ways of nurturing peacemaking attitudes, skills and
MOVEMENT AND DANCE FOR THE ELEMENT ARY actions in children and families . Peacemaking in the home
LEVEL (8M) (Classroom) itself as well as Peacemaking in the local, national,
A liberated imagination exercised with joy becomes the religious global scene.
educator's greatest asset.Through music, movement, gesture and TALES OF TH~ HEART: AFFECTIVE DIMENSIONS OF
dance, participants will actively experience the power of the GLOBAL EDUCATION (3R)
performing ans to awaken children's curiosity and creativity and to Principles, Strategies and Resources for encouraging compassionate
enliven their love of learning. You will learn dances and gestures and courageous action in Youth; Children; Families.
to new songs which you can take home and use
Rev. William McNabb
Rev. James V. Marchionda, OP Currently on staff of Brentwood
Presently serving as Vicar Provincial for Presbyterian Church, L.A., Rev. McNabb
the Dominican Province of St. Albert the has been keynote speaker at the National
Great, Chicago and Director of Convention for Youth Workers and is
Development., Fr. Marchionda has much author of numerous articles and
experience at NPM conventions, at this contributing autlwr of "Social Action Ideas
Congress and at workslwpslconcerts For Youth."
throughout the country. ENCOURAGING SPIRITUALITY IN
MARCHIONDA MUSIC FOR ADOLESCENTS (SL)
CHILDREN (10) In this seminar we will look at how
Fr. Marchionda presents two new spiritual growth evolves in adolescents and
children's collections: 1. "Let the Children some of the cultural barriers to adolescent
Come to Me"(12 titles) based on scripture; spirituality. We will also present some ways we can be more
reflects themes of peace, justice and equality among children. It is effective teachers and spiritual leaders.
applicable both at liturgy and in the classroom. 2. Mass of the
Children of God contains Mass parts and necessary acclamations to Jack Miffleton
accompany "Eucharistic Prayer II for Masses with children. Mr. Miffleton is a composer, lyric poet and
THE MUSIC OF JUSTICE (7N) lecturer. He has conducted workshops for
Songs from his latest collection "The Harvest of Justice" will be teachers, parents and musicians nation-
presented by Fr. Marchionda. Following three trips to El Salvador wide. His songs have been sung in
and Nicaragua, he has worked lo respond musically to the colonies churches and classrooms for two decades.
of the displaced, to the Mothers of the Disappeared, as well as to ROUNDING THE SEASONS IN
the joys, blessings and witness of the oppressed. SONG (4M)
This session will provide acclamations and
Sr. Orallsa Martin, SSF ideas for celebrating the church year with
Sr. Oralisa is presently the Consultant in children. It will look at the liturgical year
Black Catechesis for the diocese of Los as a kind of poetry, filled with rich images
Angeles. She has taught high sclwol that can bring both adults and children to
religion, conducted retreats and designed a new awareness of faith in motion.
religion program/curriculum/or Black THE LITURGY OF THE WORD WITH CHILDREN (8N)
youth. Sister Oralisa has numerous This session will look at the Liturgy of the Word as a story-telling
speaking engagements to her credit. event, combining proclamation, song, movement, color, verbal and
SCRIPTURE: A PROCLAMATION non- verbal prayer.
OF JUSTICE AND LOYE (30)
This workshop will focus on God's Agenda
as revealed in Sacred Scripture. It will
unfold the Liberation theme of both Old Testament and New
Testament calling participants to "Break Open
Patricia F. Miller Rev. Jim Nisbet
Ms . Miller is a noted author, educator, Fr. Nisbet is currently Pastor of Mission
lecturer currently presenting workshops to San Luis Obispo. A graduate of the
students, parents, and teachers on the topic Theological Union, Berkeley, Univ. of San
of Human Sexuality . Among other Diego and Univ. of St. Paul, Ottawa,
accomplishments, she is author and Canada, he is a presenter of retreats and
presenter of human sexuality programs: workshops in Scripture throughout the
"Jn God's Image: Male and Female." United States and Canada.
HUMAN SEXUALITY: BEYOND JUST WHAT IS GOD'S GLORY? (2N)
ANATOMY (4N) Any person's glory is a special quality that
Teaching human sexuality from a Christian sets that person apart from the crowd. We
perspective involves far more than teaching choose our glory on our qualities and
anatomy. This workshop will explore which of those qualities are special in our
methods of teaching sexuality with emphasis on the holistic and community. God has all qualities to such a degree they are all
positive approach. perfect, but what does He choose for His glory?
BEGIN WITH LOVE (80) TO WITNESS OR TO PROCLAIM? (SM)
Wondering how to set up a program for teaching human sexuality What is the difference between teaching, witnessing, and
in your school or Youth Ministry program? This workshop proclaiming? Knowing God's Glory, what is specific about the call
will give you some practical steps for beginning a program and lo proclaim His glory? Proclamation can only be done when one is
actively involving parents in the process. given the authority and it is always an act of power!

Mary Detten Mitchell Fr. Kenan B. Osborne, OFM


Ms . Belten is a professionat'actress; playwright; and speaker. She Presently a Professor of Systematic
has been a presenter four times al Congress, developed a mixed Theology at the Graduate Theological
Media Lector Formation Program for TABOR Publications and is Union, Berkeley; and Visiting Professor at
currently teaching in the Permanent Deacon Formation Program St. Anthony's Pontifical Institute.Rome,
for the Archdiocese ofL.A. Italy. Fr. Osborne is author of several
TERRIBLE IS THIS PLACE (9A) books and articles on Sacramental
A dramatization of the tension between the order and tradition Theology including "Christian
embraced by Mother Church and the exuberant, unconventional Ministry" published in 1989.
activity of the spirit. People who limit the Church to one narrow SACRAMENTS OF INITIATION:
understanding of its marvt lous mystery cheat God's glory. The BAPTISM, CONFIRMATION,
more we can appreciate the marvelous diversity and the tender love EUCHARIST (6L)
that binds it all together, the more we can proclaim God's glory. The focus will be on those issues in the
three sacraments which religious education teachers should
Irene H. Murphy emphasize. The interrelationship of these three sacraments is vital,
Ms. Murphy is Vice President and National both pastorally and theologically.
Consultant as well as Director ofSchool MINISTRY AS SACRAMENT (8R)
Services/or Benziger Publishing Company. This session will focus on ministry, both ordained and unordained,
She conducts workshops and in-service both that of men and women, in its sacramental and spiritual
teacher training programs in religion and dimension. It is the aim, of this session to provide a solid
family life education in dioceses theological foundation for a spirituality of ministry.
throughout the U.S., Canada and Australia.
HOLINESS IN THE WHOLE Rev. Timothy O'Connell, Ph.D.
PERSON (3P) is a priest of the Archdiocese of Chicago. He is director of the
This session will deal with five themes; lnstitite of Pastoral Studies at Loyola University of Chicago. Fr.
Family living, Personal Growth and Self O'Connell is the author offive books and has lectured eXlensively
Understanding, Respect for Life, Catholic throughout the U.S ., Canada and Australia.
Christian Sexuality, and Social Living. The themes will reflect the CONSCIENCE AND CHURCH TEACHING (lR)
meaning of holiness in the whole person. Individual conscience and Church teaching: friends or foes? In the
SPIRITUALITY AND SACRAMENTAL CATECHESIS (6K) Catholic tradition they are friends. This workshop will explain
This session will cover the relationship between content and life in these realities, and the relationship between them. Implications for
the religious context and the growth in sacramental catechesis in religious educators will be highlighted: how to help in the formation
relationship to preparation and practical creative methods. of student consciences, and how to handle conflicts of conscience.
MAKING MORAL DECISIONS (20)
We want lo live well, we want to be morally upright. But how lo
do that? This workshop will clarify the shape of good, balanced,
mature, faithful, Christian decision making. Abberrations such as
relativism, legalism, rationalization, and fundamentalism will be
noted. Implications of this for religious education will be
discussed.
CONGRESS WORKSHOP SCHEDULE - FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1989

PERIOD 1 10:00 - 11:30 a.m. PERIOD 2 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. PERIOD 3 3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
t IA BLACK THEOLOGY, Rev. Bede Abram t2A PROCLAIMING GOD'S GLORY IN THE t 3A FINDING MEANING IN OUR WORK:
t lB A SPIRITUALITY FOR BUSY PEOPLE: WORKPLACE, Sr. Thea Bowman PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF THE
PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF A THEOL- t2B A SPIRITUALITY AND PEDAGOGY FOR THEOLOGY OF REVELATION,
OGY OF REVELATION, Rev. James Bacik CRITICAL THINKERS, Sr. Mary Boys Rev. James Bacik
t lC CELEBRATE MID-LIFE: PERSONAL AND 2C PLANNING THE FUTURE OF CATHOLIC 3B MARRIAGE: THE CREATIVE TASK,
SPIRITUAL GROWTH IN MID-LIFE, EDUCATION, Jim DeBoy Clayton Barbeau
Sr. Anne Brennan & Sr. Janice Brewi 2D THE CHURCH OF THE FUTURE, 3C WHOSE BASICS?, Bob Bartlett
ID RE-IMAGINING THE PARISH: ADULT John C. Dwyer t• 3D CREATIVITY FOR YOUNG CHILDREN,
AND FAMILY CENTERED LEARNING, 2E THE EFFECTS OF DIVORCE ON ADULTS Bev Bos
Rev. Patrick Brennan AND HOW DO WE MINISTER TO AND WITH 3E REIMAGING THE PARISH: SMALL
t IE RELIGIOUS IMAGINATION, SIGN AND THEM AS CHURCH?, Rev. James Flosi CHRISTIAN COMMUNITIES,
SACRAMENT, Eleanor Brownell 2F CREATING CHURCH FOR THE THIRD Rev. Patrick Brennan
t IF FOSTERING THE FAITH OF JUNIOR MILLENNIUM, Elinor Ford 3G SINGING THE MYSTERY, Rory Cooney
___ HJQH YOUTH, Mike Carolla 2G PARTNERS IN THE MYSTERY OF t 3H THE MINISTRY OF JESUS AND ITS
§ 1H RCIA: HOW DO WE START1 WHERE DO REDEMPTION, Fountain Square Fools PORTRAYAL IN THE SYNOPTIC GOSPELS,
WE BEGIN?, Sandra De Gidio Phil Cunningham
§2H LET'S GET PHYSICAL...HOW DO YOU
t 11 WHY ISN'T WHAT I'M TEACHING DO A TEEN MASS?, Rev. Dale Fushek t 31 PENANCE PREPARATION: PARENTS AND
GETTING ACROSS TO MY STUDENTS?, PARISH AS PARTNERS, Sandra DeGidio
Kim Eyler 21 LAY SPIRITUALITY: THE HOLINESS OF
ORDINARY LIFE, Joe Holland 3J RELEASEMENT. SPIRITUALITY FOR
t- IJ EXPERIENCING GOD IN DAILY LIFE, §2J HOUSEHOLD BLESSINGS AND PRAYERS, MINISTERS IN AN AGE OF CHANGE,
Rev. Robert Fabing Sr. Barbara Fland
Gabe Huck
t IK KEEPING THE EASTER JOY ALIVE: 3K THE GLORY OF GOD IN PEOPLE FULLY
MUSIC FOR THE EASTER SEASON, t2K EVANGELIZATION: CREATIVE OUT-
REACH TO YOUTH, Jeff Johnson ALIVE, Sr. Clare Fitzgerald
CYCLE C, Steve Farney t 3L CASSETTES AND CATECHESIS,
IL PSYCHOSEXUAL DEVELOPMENT. SIGN 2L USING POPULAR MUSIC WITH YOUNG
PEOPLE, Rev. Don Kimball Sr. Gretchen Hailer
OF GOD'S GLORY, t3M WOMEN'S WISDOM IN TEACHING: A
Sr. Fran Ferder, Rev. John Heagle t2M SCRIPTURE ALIVE: TELLING THE STORY
WITH DRAMA, DANCE AND MIME, HIDDEN GLORY, Marla Harris
lM THE FEMININE TURN IN MINISTRY: A t 3N BE NOT AFRAID: PREPARING YOURSELF
CALL TO CONVERSION, Sr. Barbara Fland Nancy and Graziano Marcheschi
2N JUST WHAT IS GOD'S GLORY, TO TEACH CHRISTIAN SEXUALITY,
IN CREATIVITY: PATH TO GLORIFY GOD, David and Kathy Lorentz
Maria Harris Rev. Jim Nisbet
t20 MAKING MORAL DECISIONS, t§ 30 SCRIPTURE: A PROCLAMATION OF
10 MARCHIONDA MUSIC FOR CHILDREN, JUSTICE AND LOVE, Sr. Orallsa Martin
Rev. James Marchionda Rev. Timothy O'Connell
2P CHILDREN-THE HIDDEN VICTIMS OF 3P HOLINESS IN THE WHOLE PERSON,
IP NURTURING CHILDREN IN A WORLD OF Irene Murphy
CONFLICT, James and Kathleen McGinnis THE PENAL SYSTEM, Sr. Elaine Roulet
• 2R PROCLAIMING GOD'S GLORY THROUGH 3R TALES OF THE HEART. AFFECTIVE
t IR CONSCIENCE AND CHURCH TEACHING, EVERYDAY STORIES, DIMENSIONS OF GLOBAL EDUCATION,
Rev. Timothy O'Connell Jim and Kathy McGinnis
Sr. Christopher Smetanka & Judy Beyl
IS BREAKTHROUGH: TALES OF CONVERSION, 3S HOLISTIC HUMAN SEXUALITY,
Rev. Andre Papineau t 2S TEACHING SACRAMENTS FROM THE
FOUNDATIONS, Sr. Patricia Smith Sr. Anna Polclno
IT CUNNING AS SERPENTS, HARMLESS AS t§ 3T CATECHUMENAL PRINCIPLES FOR
DOVES, John Pilch 2T THEOLOGICAL REFLECTIONS ON THE
RICHNESS OF ORDINARY FAMILY LIFE: SACRAMENTAL CATECHESIS,
t lU FORMING A CATHOLIC IDENTITY IN THE DOMESTIC CHURCH IN ACTION, Rev. Frank Sokol
YOUTH, Brian Reynolds David Thomas 3U MAKING CONNECTIONS, Cynthia Thero
IW SCIENCE AND THEOLOGY: CONVERGENCE 2U HEARi' SPEAKS TO HEART. CAMPUS 3W IMMIGRANTS WITHIN THE PARISH,
OR COLLISION?, Robert Russell MINISTRY IN SECULAR COLLEGES, Rev. Silvano Tomasi
§IX LITURGY BASICS: LET'S START AT THE Rev. Tom Welbers 3X MUSIC, THE WORD AND CHILDREN,
VERY BEGINNING, Dolly Sokol 2W SPIRITUAL LIFE FOR COMPULSIVE Christopher Walker
t§ IY A CALM BEFORE THE STORM: PEOPLE, Rev. Tom Weston 3Y THE MIDLIFE TRANSITION AND
CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF CHILDREN, t2X A CHRISTIAN SENSE OF SEXUALITY: MEANING-MAKING, Brother James Zullo
Rev. Frank Sokol EXPLORING GOD'S GIFT, t(3)Sl LA PERSPECTVA FAMILIAR EN
IZ A GENERATION AT RISK: TODAY'S Jim and Evelyn Whitehead PROGRAMAS DE CATEQUESIS
GRIEVING CHILD, Suzy Yehl t2Y NURTURING THE DEVELOPMENT OF (se repetira el domingo (8)Sl),
§ (l)Sl MUSI CA PARA LA COMUNIDAD CATHOLIC IDENTITY, Tom Zanzlg Hoa. Catherine Abeyta
HISPANA, Mary Francis Reza t(2)Sl lHACIA DONDE VA LA CATEQUESIS?, t(3)S2 EL PUEBLO DE DIOS, INSTRUMENTO DE
t§(l)S2 JESUS DE NAZARET ANTE DIOS, Hoa. Monique Pena CAMBIO (se repetira el sabado (7)Sl),
Rev. Antonio Salas (2)S2 EL PUEBLO HISPANO: PEREGRINO EN Rev. Pedro Vlllarroya
LA FE, Rev. Juan Sosa (3)S3 lESTO Y SIR VIENDO A LA 1
t(2)S3 SI NO ERES TU, lQUIEN ERES?, COMUNIDAD?, Rev. Gabino Zavala
Rev. Alfredo del Toro
t catechist recertification
t master catechist recertification
•preschool
§ liturgical ministers recertification, level one
x hturgical ministers recertification, level one
CONGRESS WORKSHOP SCHEDULE - SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1989

PERIOD 4 10:00 - 11:30 a.m. PERIOD 5 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. PERIOD 6 3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
4A SEXUALITY: AN INSIGHT INTO THE 5A SEXUAL LOVING, Clayton Barbeau 6A PROCLAIMING GOD'S GLORY AT HOME:
ACTIVITY OF GOD, Bob Bartlett • 5B THE WONDER AND AWE OF DISCOVERY, A MULTICULTURAL APPROACH TO FAMILY
t§4B SIMPLE BUT NOT SIMPLISTIC: Bev Bos CENTERED CATECHESIS, Sr. Thea Bowman
INTERPRETING THE NEW TESTAMENT 5C PLURALISM IN PLACE: WHAT IS THE 6B ANXIETY IN AN ADDICTIVE SOCIETY:
WITHOUT CARICATURING JUDAISM, 'GLUE' WHICH BINDS US TOGETHER? THE OBSTACLE TO GLORY,
Sr. Mary Boys (repeated on Sunday 9C), Walter Capps Rev. Michael Crosby
t4C ACTIVATING THE IMAGINATION IN t 5D THE APOSTLE PAUL: NEW UNDER- t6C EVANGELIZING THE FILIPINO CULTURE
CATECHESIS, Eleanor Brownell STANDINGS OF AN EARLY PROCLAIMER WITH A LISTENING HEART, Jose De Mesa
4D ADDRESSING THE CHALLENGE, OF GOD'S GLORY, Phil Cunningham 6D THE PROPHETIC STANCE OF THE
Mike Carotta 5E FROM LAKE WOBEGON TO LAKE PEOPLE OF GOD, Sr. Clare Fitzgerald
4E BECOMING A CATHOLIC CHRISTIAN, GALILEE: EUCHARIST AS THE GOAL OF t• 6E THE TRANSMISSION OF FAITH TO
Lawrence Cunningham THE R.C.I.A., Rev. Jim Dunning BLACK CHILDREN (repeat of 4J),
t4F WHAT KIND OF CATHOLIC ADULTS DO 5F AIDS: A MEDICAL AND PASTORAL Janice Hale-Benson
WE NEED TO FULFILL THE MANDATE PERSPECTIVE, Rev. Brad Dusak, Rev. Peter §6F CHILDREN, MUSIC AND WORSHIP,
OF JESUS TO PROCLAIM THE GOOD Luizzi & Sally Sohner Haugen/Haas
NEWS TO ALL? Jim DeBoy 5G EFFECTIVE PARISH RELIGIOUS 6G THE 1987 SYNOD OF.THE LAITY: LONG-
4G THE TAROT AND CHRISTIAN LIFE: A EDUCATION: A PARISH AFFAIR, TERM IMPACT, Joe Holland
HERMETICAL APPROACH TO CONVER- Elinor Ford 6H JOHN PAUL II: TEN YEARS OF
SION, Rev. Richard Fragomeni t 5H THE INNER EXPERIENCE OF GOD'S PROCLAMATION, Rev. John Kavanaugh
4H LITURGY...THE SOURCE AND SUMMIT GLORY-STEPS TO A CONTEMPLATIVE 61 PARENTS AND TEENS: DIALOGUING WITH
OF THE CHURCH, AND YOUTH MINISTRY, ENCOUNTER, Rev. Benedict Groeschel A MOVING TARGET, Rev. Don Kimball
Rev. Dale Fushek §51 (Bilingual) MASS OF THE AMERICAS/ • 6J LEARNING FROM LIFE, Patricia Livingston
4I PRAYER AS A VITAL TOOL IN ONGOING MISA DE LAS AMERICAS, Bob Hurd 6K SPIRITUALITY AND SACRAMENTAL
CONVERSION, Rev. Benedict Groeschel SJ THE CHALLENGE OF RELIGIOUS CATECHESIS, Irene Murphy
t4J THE TRANSMISSION OF FAITH TO EDUCATION IN THE CHURCH, t6L SACRAMENTS OF INITIATION: BAPTISM,
BLACK CHILDREN (repeated on Saturday Loretta Jancoskl CONFIRMATION, EUCHARIST,
6E), Janice Hale-Benson t 5K SACRAMENTS: A PORTRAIT IN BLACK, Rev. Kenan Osborne
t4K CATHOLIC EVANGELIZATION: FAMILY, Sr. Eva Marie Lumas t6M CENTERING PRAYER: CONTEMPLATION
MARKETPLACE AND PARISH (repeated on 5L ENCOURAGING SPIRITUALITY IN FOR EVERY CHRISTIAN,
Sunday 7H), Rev. Bob Hater ADOLESCENTS, Rev. Bill McNabb Rev. Basil Pennington
4L MEDIA AND REALITY, Rev. John Kavanugh SM TO WITNESS OR TO PROCLAIM? t6N MAKING JESUS REAL FOR JUNIOR
•4M ROUNDING THE SEASON IN SONG, Rev. Jim Nisbet HIGH YOUTH, Richard Reichert
Jack Miffleton 5N MINISTRY TO YOUNG ADULTS: THE t60 BUILDING AN EFFECTIVE YOUTH
t4N HUMAN SEXUALITY: BEYOND ANATOMY, POWER OF MENTORING COMMUNITY, MINISTRY FOR JUNIOR HIGH AND HIGH
Patricia Miller Sharon Parks SCHOOL, Brian Reynolds
t40 THE TRANSFORMATION OF FAITH IN t SO GOSPEL PRAY ER: THE TRADITIONAL 6P GROWING STRONG AT BROKEN PLACES,
YOUNG ADULTHOOD, Sharon Parks METHOD OF LECTIO DIVINA, Paula Ripple
4P GROWING THROUGH GRIEVING, Rev. Basil Pennington 6R ACTION AND CONTEMPLATION,
Paula Ripple 5P MINISTRY TO SELF, Sr. Anna Polcino Rev. Richard Rohr
4R PROVIDENCE HOUSES AND HOUSING 5R PARTNERSHIP IN CATECHESIS BETWEEN 6S THE GLORY OF GOD IS HUMANITY
FOR THE HOMELESS AND THEIR THE FAMILY AND CLASSROOM: AN FULLY ALIVE ... A SPIRITUALITY OF THE
CHILDREN, Sr. Elaine Roulet OPPORTUNITY NOT TO BE MISSED, INCARNATION, Rev. Ron Rolhelser
4S THE EMERGING LAITY: BECOMING David Thomas 6T IS THERE LIFE AFTER THE L.A.
PARTNERS IN MINISTRY, SS CONCRETE WAYS IN WHICH A PARISH RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CONGRESS?
Jim and Evelyn Whitehead CAN wELCOME IMMIGRANTS, Dolly Sokol
t 4T CONFIRMATION AND YOUTH MINISTRY: Rev. Silvano Tomasi t6U CLASSROOM BEHAVIORAL PROBLEMS-
A DYNAMIC RELATIONSHIP, Tom Zanzig ST THE VICTIM-OFFENDER RECONCILIA- LET'S LOOK AT SOLUTIONS,
t4U THE MIDLIFE CRISIS OF LIMITS: A TION PROGRAM, Mark Umbreit Sr. Phyllis Supancheck
THEOLOGICAL REFLECTION, 5U ECOLOGY, MYSTICISM AND SOCIAL (6)SI SANACION DE MEMORIAS,
Brother James Zullo JUSTICE: SPIRITUALITY FOR A Jenifer Cochagne
t(4)SI ESTAMOS LISTOS PARA LA POSSIBLE FUTURE, Rev. Richard Woods +(6)S2 FUNDAMENTACION SACRAMENTAL DE
RECONCILIACION, Jenifer Cochagne +(5)SI LA VIDA MORAL EN EL MUNDO DE LA COMUNIDAD MINISTERIAL,
•(4)S2 EN LA CATEQUESIS INFANTIL TAMBIEN HOY, Rev. Frank Colborn German Martinez
SE PROCLAMA LA GLORIA DE DIOS (se SI (Bilingue) MASS OF THE AMERICAS/ t(6)S3 iLUCES, CAMARA ... ACCION
repetira el domingo (7)S2), Equlpo Pre-escolar MISA DE LAS AMERICAS, Bob Hurd EVANGELIZADORA! (se repetira el domingo
t(4)S3 YO SOY LA IGLESIA, TU ERES LA (S)S2 PROCLAMADORES DE LA GLORIA DE (8)S3), Rev. Jorge Roman
IGLESIA, SOMOS LA IGLESIA DEL DIOS (se repetira el domingo (9)Sl), +(6)S4 JESUS DE NAZARET ANTE EL HOMBRE,
SENOR. Rev. Juan Jensen Rev. Rafael Marin Rev. Antonio Salas
t (4)S4 LA CONCIENCIA DEL CATO LICO, +(5)S3 SACRAMENTOS, SIGNOS DE LEBERACION (6)SS PROCLAMAR LA GLORIA DEL SENOR
Rev. Frank Colborn (se repetira el domingo (7)S4), German Martinez EN JUSTICIA, Rev. Gabino Zavala
t(4)S5 JOVENES SIN BARRERAS EN UN MUNDO t (5)S4 LA PRAXIS CRISTIANA NO ES UNA OPCION
SIN FRONTERAS (se repetira el domingo CATEQUETICA, Hoa. Monique Pena
(9)S4), Rev. Alfredo Del Toro (5)SS LA EXPERIENCIA RELIGIOSA Y LA FE
DE LOS HISPANOS, Rev. Juan Sosa t catechist recertification
Rev. Pedro Villarroya t master catechist recertification
• preschool
§ liturgical ministers recertification, level one
CONGRESS WORKSHOP SCHEDULE - SUNDAY, APRIL 23, 1989

PERIOD 7 10:00 - 11:30 a.m. PERIOD 8 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. PERIOD 9 3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
7A MANAGING CONFLICT AT HOME AND t SA BLACK SPIRITUALITY/CHRISTOLOGY, 9A TERRIBLE IS THIS PLACE,
IN THE CHURCH, Doris Donnelly Rev. Bede Abram Mary Detten Mitchell and Cast
:t§ 7B CONTOURS OF THE KINGDOM: ETHICAL t SB INNER SOURCES OF NEW GROWTH AT MID- 9B GOD AND GANGS,
IMPLICATIONS OF THE SACRAMENTS, LIFE, Sr. Anne Brennan & Sr. Janice Brewl ~dia Maldonado-Calzada & Leticia Gomez
Michael Downey SC THE EXPERIENCE OF GLORY: THE 9C PLURALISM IN PLACE: WHAT IS THE
7C YOUNGADULTSOMETHING, SHADOW SIDE OF FEAR, Rev. Michael Crosby 'GLUE' WHICH BINDS US TOGETHER?
J.L. Droubard SD PUBLIC WORSHIP/PRIVATE PRAYER: THE (repeat of 5C), Walter Capps
t§ 7D LET THE CHILDREN COME TO ME: SCRIPTURAL LINK, Lawrence Cunningham 9D HEALING HURTS THROUGH FORGIVE-
IMPLICATIONS OF RCIA FOR THE INITI- t SE RETHINKING THE FAITH IN A FILIPINO NESS, Doris Donnelly
ATION OF CHILDREN, Rev. Jim Dunning WAY, Jose de Mesa t9E WOUNDS EMBRACED: THE TURN TO
t 7E WHAT DO I DO WHEN MY STUDENTS t SF THE CHALLENGE OF THE HISTORICAL SUFFERING IN CONTEMPORARY
WANT TO BE ANYWHERE BUT IN JESUS, John C. Dwyer THEOLOGY, Michael Downey
RELIGION CLASS?, Kim Eyler t SG THE GALILEAN VISION AS COMPASSION 9F YOUNG ADULT LEADERS-THE NEVER-
•7F THE WHY'S AND HOW'S 10 PROCLAIM FOR A POST-MODERN WORLD, FINISHED AGENDA, J.L. Drouhard
GOD'S GLORY TO PRESCHOOL CHILDREN, Christene Estrada 9G FOLK MUSIC AND THE FUTURE
Sr. Mary Irene Flanagan & Bette Lloyd SH PSYCHOSEXUAL DEVELOPMENT: WHEN CHURCH, Steve Farney
t 7G CHURCH IN MATTHEW, THINGS GO WRONG, 9H THE EFFECTS OF DIVORCE ON
Rev. Dan Harrington, SJ Sr. Fran Ferder & Rev. John Heagle CHILDREN: WHAT MUST WE DO TO
t 7H CATHOLIC EVANGELIZATION: FAMILY, t SI INTIMACY WITH GOD: A REFLECTION ENSURE A BETTER FUTURE?
MARKETPLACE AND PARISH (repeat of 4K), ON THE SPIRITUALITY OF THOMAS Rev. Jim Flosi
Rev. Bob Hater MERTON, Jim Finley t 91 CHURCH IN PAUL,
71 FINDING GOD IN THE ORDINARY: t SJ CULTIVATING A SPIRITUALITY OF Rev. Dan Harrington, SJ
SECOND BY MOMENT, Sr. Jose Hobday JUSTICE, Sr. Gretchen Hailer 9J THE EVERYDAY JOURNEY FROM DEATH
•7J MUSIC IN TEACHABLE MOMENTS WITH t• SK MUSIC IN THE PRAYER OF CHILDREN, INTO LIFE, Sr. Jose Hobday
CHILDREN, Carey Landry & Carol Jean Kinghorn t§ 9K WHEN CHILDREN CELEBRATE THE
Carey Landry & Carol Jean Kinghorn SL THE SEXUALITY CLASSROOM: COMBAT LITURGY, Gabe Huck
7K EUCHARIST. THE ULTIMATE SACRAMENT ZONE OR GOD'S WORKSHOP-YOU BE t9L CONTEMPORARY MORAL ISSUES FOR
OF COMMITMENT, Rev. Ron Lewinski THE JUDGE! David and Kathy Lorentz HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS,
7L THE HUMAN DIMENSION OF SM HYMNS AND HERS FOR HAPPY HEARTS: Loretta Jancoski
COLLABORATION, Patricia Livingston MUSIC, MOVEMENT AND DANCE FOR 9M YOUTH FIND FAITH THROUGH
t7M LITURGY: MOVING WITH THE RHYTHM THE ELEMENTARY LEVEL FRIENDSHIP, Jeff Johnson
OF LIFE, Sr. Eva Marie Lumas Nancy Marcheschi & Bobby Fisher 9N RCIA UPDATE: WHERE WE'VE BEEN AND
7N THE MUSIC OF JUSTICE, t• SN THE LITURGY OF THE WORD WITH WHERE WE HAVE TO GO, Rev. Ron Lewinski
Rev. Jim Marcbionda CHILDREN, Jack Miffleton 90 POWER OF ORDINARY HEALING,
70 FAITH GROWTH, Jeanne Peltier t SO BEGIN WITH LOVE, Patricia Miller Rev. Andre Papineau
7P PHYSICAL PUNISHMENT: A WINDOW ON t SP WHAT WORKS WITH YOUNG SINGLES t 9P HOW DO WE EDUCATE FOR MORAL
BIBLICAL CULTURE, John Pilch AND COUPLES, Delis Alejandro, Mary GROWTH? Jeanne Peltier
t7R MAKING MORALITY MEANINGFUL FOR Trudeau-Mottola, Rick TYsdal t 9R WHEN CHARITY IS NOT LOVE,
JUNIOR HIGH YOUTH, Richard Reichert f SR MINISTRY AS SACRAMENT, Rev. Richard Rohr
7S MEDIATING, VICTIM-OFFENDER Rev. Kenan Osborne 9S MARY OF NAZARETH, MOTHER OF
CONFLICT, Mark Umbreit t SS RECEIVING THE SPIRIT OF ONE'S OWN GOD: REDISCOVERING HER POWER,
t7T THE SPIRITUAL JOURNEY OF WOMEN: LIFE ... A SPIRITUALITY OF PENTECOST, Sr. Patricia Smith
A HUMAN ADVENTURE, Ann Wallace Rev. Ron Rolbeiser 9T SINGLENESS: A WAY TO GO FOR OUR
t 7U ALTARS TO AN UNKNOWN GOD, ST STRATEGIES FOR EFFECTIVELY INTE- TIMES? Ann Wallace
Donna Wanland GRATING STUDENTS WITH LEARNING 9U DREAMS AND THE ART OF PRAYER,
7W CAREGIVING AND SERVICE/BEYOND PROBLEMS IN OUR RELIGION Re~ Richard Woods
CODEPENDENCY, Rev. Tom Weston PROGRAMS, Sr. Phyllis Supancbeck t9W CREATIVE TEACHING STRATEGIES FOR
7X MINISTERING TO FAMILIES IN CRISIS, SU SOLVING PROBLEMS AND RESOLVING HIGH SCHOOL CONFIRMATION
Suzy Yehl CONFLICTS CONSTRUCTIVELY IN A PROGRAMS, Tom Zanzlg
PARISH SETTING, Cynthia Thero 9X THE ROLE QF ASL IN THE CHURCH,
7Y AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE: SEPARAT-
SW BRINGING LIFE TO THE R.C.1.A. Tracy Schneider Clark
ING FACT FROM FICTION, Christopher Walker
Tracy Schneider Clark (9)Sl PROCLAMADORES DE LA GLORIA DE
t SX A SURE AND CERTAIN HOPE, DIOS (repetici6n de (S)S2), Rev. Rafael Marin
t(?)Sl EL PUEBLO DE mos, INSTRUMENTO DE Donna Wanland
CAMBIO (Repetici6n de (3)S2). §(9)S2 EVANGELIZACION A TRAVES DE
Rev. Pedro Villarroya (S)Sl LA PERSPECTIVA FAMILIAR EN MUSICA, Mary Francis Reza
PROGRAMAS DE CATEQUESIS (repetici6n (9)S3 LA ESPIRITUALIDAD DE LOS HISPANOS:
(7)S2 EN LA CATEQUESIS JNFANTIL TAMBIEN de (3)Sl), Hoa. Catherine Abeyta
SE PROCLAMA LA GLORIA DE DIOS LITURGIA Y RELIGIOSIDAD POPULAR,
(repetici6n de (4)S2), Equipo Pre-Escolar (S)S2 CONTEMPLACION CAMINANTE Rev. Juan Sosa
Rev. Juan Jensen (9)S4 JOVENES SIN BARRERAS EN UN MUNDO
(7)S3 POR QUE, A QUIEN Y COMO
PROCLAMAMOS, Rev. Juan Jensen t(S)S3 lLUCES, CAMARA ... ACCION SIN FRONTERAS (repetici6n de (4)SS),
EVANGELIZADORA! (repetici6n de (3)Sl), Rev. Alfredo del Toro
(7)S4 SACRAMENTOS, SIGNOS DE LIBERACION Rev. Jorge Roman
(repetici6n de (5)S3), German Martinez
t§(S)S4 JESUS DE NAZARET ANTE LA
SOCIEDAD, Rev. Antonio Salas t catechist recertification
f master catechist recertification
•preschool
§ liturgical ministers recertification, level one
Rev. Andre Papineau, SOS Rev. M. Basil Pennington, OCSO
Fr. Papineau currently teacl1£s Homiletics Fr. Pennington is currently Spiritual
at Sacred Heart School ofTheology in Father at Assumption Abbey in Ava, Mo. Previously, Fr.
Wisconsin as well as a Preaching Skills Pennington, had been a Retreat Master, Vocation Father,
course. He is the Professor ofTheology of Cannon Law. He brings
author of three books; "Breakthrough: with him about 30 years of widespread teaching and
Tales of Conversion," "Ordinary lecturing experience.
Healing," and "Lightly goes the Good GOSPEL PRAYER: THE TRADITIONAL METHOD
News." OF LECTIO DIVINA (SO)
BREAKTRHOUGH: TALES OF This session will look at prayer as a faith response, the practical
CONVERSION (IS) ways of building faith, and the early Christian way (adapted for
However varied conversion experiences our times) of praying daily with the Gospels.
are, they all seem to share three features: Breaking away, breaking CENTERING PRAYER: CONTEMPLATION FOR EVERY
down and breaking through. These characteristics are illustrated in CHRISTIAN (6M)
stories which are based on scriptural passages and which can be This session wll present an ancient form of Christian prayer in a
used for both catechetical and homiletic purposes. renewed form which enables anyone to open to the contemplative
POWER OF ORDINARY HEALING (90) experience of God.
Stories based on Jesus' healing miracles serve to illustrate the
"ordinary" power every person has to heal in an extraordinary way. John J. Pilch, Ph.D.
These stories have been used in a variety of settings and illumine Dr. Pilch is a Biblical scholar,
the meaning of scriptural passages in new and startling ways. international speaker and author. He has
been a facilitator ofparish missions and
Sharon Parks leads study tours to Greece, Turkey and
Now an Associate Professor of Pastoral Israel. He has written six books and many
Theology at Weston School of Theology,
articles.
Cambridge, Ms. Parks was an Associate
CUNNING AS SERPENTS,
Professor of Developmental Psychology
HARMLESS AS DOVES (IT)
and Faith Education at Harvard Divinty
To proclaim the Christian story
School for 8 years. Ms. Parks has lectured
authentislly, the evangelizer needs to know
both nationally and abroad and is a
it well and to be creatively faithful to the
founding member of the Chinook Learning
tradition. Jesus' advice to his disciples
Center and Community in the Pacific
(Matt. 10) suits modem evangelizers as well.
Northwest.
PHYSICAL PUNISHMENT: A WINDOW ON BIBLICAL
THE TRANSFORMATION OF FAITH
CULTURE (7P)
IN YOUNG ADULTHOOD (40)
Our culture has laws on whipping children but Ben Sirach (30) and
This workshop will explore faith development of young adults
the wisdom tradition recommend physical punishment. This is a
(ages 18-35) and how it relates to ongoing adult growth, with
shocking peek into the culture of our ancestors in the faith. What
particular implications for mid-life. It will include a discussion of
will we do if we don't like what we see?
the catechetical issues that are most significant for today's younger
adult, especially in light of contemporary American society.
Sr. Anna Polcino, M.D., FAPA
Implications and practical suggestions for our ministry with young
Sr. Po/cino is in private practice and
singles and couples will be offered.
consultant to her own community, Medical
MINISTRY TO YOUNG ADULTS: THE POWER OF
Mission Sisters. After Surgical Residency
MENTORING COMMUNITY (SN)
in Pennsylvania, she worked ten years in
This workshop will focus on the theory of moral growth and will
Karachi, Pakistan and Dacca, Bangladesh.
present practical teaching strategics that work in the elementary
Sr. Polcino has lectured to religious, clergy
classroom.
and laity nationally and internationally.
HOLISTIC HUMAN SEXUALITY (3S)
Jeanne Peltier A theology of human sexuality affirms in a
Ms. Peltier is currently religion and positive way the wholeness of embodied
editorial consultant for Benzinger
persons, the goodness of sexual pleasure,
Publishing Co .. Professional speaker at the creative significance of the sexual self
major religious institutes throughout the and a healthy spirituality which is reflectively present to one's own
country, she is also a seminar presenter in being and to the being of the other.
summer institutes at various colleges. MINISTRY TO SELF (SP)
FAITH GROWTH (70) The meaning of ministry is service. Christian community regards
Growth in faith is a gradual process - ministry as a response made possible because of special gifts
whether child or adult, one must be open to bestowed by the spirit in the members of the human community.
God's wonderful ways of leading us to a All are in the ministry to self. To be responsible to take care of
deep relationship with Himself. Do we one's self first and foremost before ministering to others.
really believe that?
HOW DO WE EDUCATE FOR MORAL GROWTH? (9P)
This workshop will focus on the theory of moral growth and will
present practical teaching strategies that work in the elementary
classroom.
Richard Reichert Rev. Richard Rohr, OFM
Currently working for the Diocese of Green Presently the director of lay ministry cenler
Bay as Religious Education Consultanl, in Albuquerque, Fr. Richard spent over
Youth and Young Adult, Mr . Reichert was thirteen years as founder and pastor of
director of Catholic Education Council of New Jerusalem Community, Ohio. After a
Appleton, WI, and has taught high schaol recent comtemplative sabbatical year, Fr.
and college. Author of numerous religious Richard is again giving conferences
education texts, his most recent publication throughout the world.
is "Crossroads." ACTION AND CONTEMPLATION (6R)
MAKING JESUS REAL FOR JUNIOR Using the name of the formation center in
HIGH YOUTH (6N) New Mexico, this presentation will attempt
The key to faith development for junior to show how these classic polarities
high youth is their understanding and balance, affirm, and integrate one another.
identification with Jesus. In this workshop we will share practical WHEN CHARITY IS NOT LOVE (9R)
ideas for generating this understanding and identification among We have historically avoided justice issues to "do charity." An
junior high youth in our religion classes. examination of the difference and connection between justice and
MAKING MORALITY MEANINGFUL FOR JUNIOR HIGH love. Present day applications.
YOUTH(7R)
Effective education in morality for this age group must be carefully Rev. Ronald Rolheiser, OMI, Ph.D.
adapted to the needs, limits and capacities they posess. This Fr. Rolheiser is currently Vice Dean of
workshop will explore practical approaches to be used in the Theology and Professor ofSystematic
religion class that meet these criteria. Theology and Spirituality at Newman
Theological College, Edmonton, Alberta,
Brian B. Reynolds Canada. Fr. Rolheiser has given
Co-founder and Co-director of the Center numerous workshops throughout the
For Youth Ministry Development, Mr. United States, Canada and Europe.
Reynolds is an author, lecturer and THE GLORY OF GOD IS HUMANITY
consultant in the field of youth ministry. FULLY ALIVE ... A SPIRITUALITY
He is author of several books.video OF THE INCARNATION (6S)
programs and articles. We proclaim God's glory, first of all,
FORMING A CATHOLIC IDENTITY not by speaking it but by
IN YOUTH (lU) being it: How are we God's glory on earth? How are we the body
Growing in faith is both a personal and a of Christ? What does this mean practically? Ramifications for
communal experience. As we nurture prayer, community, healing & reconciliation, religious experience,
the individual faith of a young person, and mission.
how do we build a sense of belonging RECEIVING THE SPIRIT OF ONE'S OWN LIFE... A
to the Catholic Church? This session will address how we can SPIRITUALITY OF PENTECOST (8S)
help youth grow up Catholic today. What does it mean to die in order to come to new life? How is
BUILDING AN EFFECTIVE YOUTH MINISTRY FOR Christ's death, resurrection, ascension and the sending of the Spirit
JUNIOR HIGH AND HIGH SCHOOL (60) a model for our lives? A spirituality of the paschal mystery with
Youth ministry programs have become more than just youth groups special emphasis on the mystery of pentecosl
or religious education classes. This workshop will examine the
integration ofCatechesis, Family Ministry, Youth Groups and Sr. Elaine Roulet, C.S.J.
Outreach Efforts into a total youth ministry. Sr. Elaine is the executive director of Providence House in the
Diocese of Brooklyn. She has been an elementary school
Paula Ripple principal and has had extensive experience in prison ministry.
Author, Seminar presenter, retreat director CHILDREN: THE HIDDEN VICTIMS OF THE
and/acuity member, Retreats lnterntional PENAL SYSTEM (2P)
and Institute for Spiritual Formation, A workshop describing the activities of the Children's Center
Notre Dame, Ms. Ripple is a popular at Bedford Hills Correctional Facility. These activities
speaker in the U.S. and Canada and has include Parenting courses, a unique summer program, My
published four books. Molhcr's House, and the role of caregivers at the Prison Center.
GROWING THROUGH GRIEVING PROVIDENCE HOUSES AND HOUSING FOR THE
(4P) HOMELESS AND THEIR CHILDREN (4R)
This workshop will address the costly This workshop will provide experiences of lifestyles for those who
process of recovery for those who have lost wish to live out the gospel.
relationships through death or divorce. It
will speak of the important role that lhe parish community can play
in facilitating the healing.
GROWING STRONG AT BROKEN PLACES (6P)
This workshop will address the presence of pain in human life and
the challenge to the Christian to discover the life that can emerge
from the dark place of suffering.
Robert J. Russen, Ph.D. IS THERE LIFE AFTER THE L. A. RELIGIOUS
Associate Professor of Theology and EDUCATION CONGRESS? (6T)
Science, The Gradute Theological Union, W~at do you do with all the excitement, information and experience
Berkeley, Founder and Director, Center gamed at the L.A. Congress? How do you bring it home? How
for Theology and the Natural Sciences, Dr. does a minister share with others? Come and find out!!
Russell has wide teaching and public
speaking experience nationally and Rev.Frank Sokol, Ph.D.
internationally. Fr. Sokol is the Director of the Department
THEOLOGY AND SCIENCE: for Religious Education!CCD, Diocese of
CONVERGENCE OR Pittsburgh. He teaches part time at local
COLLISION? (1 W) colleges and has been summer instructor at
Do theology and science give opposing or converging answers to the University ofNotre Dame and St.
our fundamental questions about the origin and destiny of the John's in Collegeville, Minn .. He is a staff
universe and the meaning and purpose of human life?Does science member for RC/A Institutes sponsored by
disprove faith, or are science and religion compatible and even the North American Forum on the
mutually supporting? By exploring these and other questions, this catechumenate and has published many
introductory session will offer religious educators some concrete articles.
ways to deal creatively with these issues. A CALM BEFORE THE STORM:
CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF CHILDREN (lY)
Sr. Christopher Smetanka, Judy Beyl A look at the new rites for Christian Initiation and their application
Sr. Christopher is presently the Consultant to children, along with the related issues which these rites raise.
for E_arly Childhood, Faith Formation and CATECHUMENAL PRINCIPLES FOR SACRAMENT AL
Released Time for the LA. Archdiocese. CATECHESIS (3T)
Ms. Beyl is an author and consultant in An examination of the basic principles upon which the
curriculum and resource materials for catechumenate is based, and their application to catechesis for other
sacraments.
Winston Press/ Harper and Row Publishers.
PROCLAIMING GOD'S GLORIES
Sr.Phyllis Supanchek, SCRH
THROUGH EVERYDAY STORIES (2R)
A visiting professor in the education
This presentation will nourish an awareness
department at Loyola-Marymount
of the faith messages tucked away within everyday children's stories.
University, Sister Phyllis is also an
Storytelling skills will be enhanced through the use of secular books
educational consultant for Cross-Cultural
as well as innovative techniques including "story walks," "story
Teacher Training Program in Special
objects" and "hand stories."
Education. She has served in the Office of
Pastoral Ministry With Handicapped
Sr. Patricia Smith, RSM, Ph.D.
Persons for the Archdiocese of LA. and
Currently a Professor of Systematic
has much teaching experience.
Theology and Assistant Academic Dean at
CLASSROOM BEHAVIORAL PROBLEMS-LET'S LOOK
St Mary's Seminary, Sr. Patricia brings
AT SOLUTIONS (6U)
extensive teaching and public speaking
Strategies to prevent some behavioral problems from ever occurring
experience to the Congress.
and others to help solve some of the problems we face in our
TEACHING SACRAMENTS: FROM
classroom.
THE FOUNDATIONS (2S)
STRATEGIES FOR EFFECTIVELY INTEGRATING
Examination of the human and theological
STUDENTS WITH LEARNING PROBLEMS IN OUR
bases of our sacramental tradition. Who
RELIGION PROGRAMS (ST)
we are, who God is, what grace is and how
Strategies for assisting the learning handicapped child to be able to
they all fit together.
function as a participant in the regular parish religion program.
MARY OF NAZARETH, MOTHER OF GOD:
REDISCOVERING HER POWER (9S)
Cynthia Thero
Biblical and theological insights with special emphasis on liberation
A partner and founder of THE SOURCE,
theologies and ecumenical discussion.
Ms. Thero has conducted seminars and
workshops for over 20 years.
Dolly Sokol
She served for ten years as Associate
Currently a liturgical consultant, workshop
Vicar of Education, Archdiocese
leader and author of numerous books and
of Denver. As an author, she has produced
articles, Ms. Sokol comes with an
a video series and a book on volunteerism.
impressive background of speaking
MAKING CONNECTIONS (3U)
engagements across the United States.
To experience the full richness of
LITURGY BASICS: LET'S START AT
leadership, one has to risk the elimination
THE VERY BEGINNING (IX)
Have you recently been asked to plan of boundaries- the internal boundaries of the spirit, intellect,
children's liturgy? Join the liturgy emotion, and body as well as the external boundaries of choosing
committee? Play in the folk group? Be a to honestly "connect" With those you lead. How do fulfilled
leaders center their energies internally to connect externally?
liturgical minister? Or have you just
How well do you confront change? This session examines all
awoken from a long sleep to discover that the liturgy has changed?
of these issues, as well as, how one begins to experience the most
Whatever your reason, come to learn or review the basics of liturgy!
from church leadership.

·· 2B
SOLVING PROBLEMS AND RESOLVING CONFLICTS Mark Umbreit, Ph.D.
CONSTRUCTIVELY IN A PARISH SETTING (SU) Vice-President for Research and Programs
As people work together in a parish, problems and conflicts will of the Minnesota Citizens Council on
arise When you assume the responsibility of parish leadership, Crime and Justice, Dr. Umbreit also
you also receive the burden of tackling the task of relieving works with groups in over 25 states on
the frustration of parish problems and conflicts. During this session developing victim-offender mediation
you will move through a procedure which systematically, defines programs. He has appeared on NBC
and provides the steps necessary to deal with confrontation, Today, and ABC's Good Morning America .
discernment, problem solving and conflict. THE VICTIM OFFENDER
RECONCILIATION PROGRAM (ST)
David M. Thomas, Ph.D. This session will provide an overview of
Currently Director, Graduate Program in the Victim-Offender Reconciliation Program model which is
Adult Christian Community Development, developing in a growing number of communities. With the aid of
Regis College, Denver. Author of over 100 video tapes, the basic philosophy of the program and how it works
articles and several books, Dr. Thomas is with young people will be addressed.
presently consulting editor and columnist MEDIATING VICTIM-OFFENDER CONFLICT (7S)
for "Marriage and Family Living" The actual process of mediating conflict between young offenders
magazine. and their victims will be described. Video tapes of face to face
THEOLOGICAL REFLECTIONS ON mediation sessions will be shared and a live role play of a
THE RICHNESS OF ORDINARY mediation session will be conducted.
FAMILY LIFE: THE DOMESTIC
CHURCH IN ACTION (2T) Christopher Walker
We will explore how much God likes and needs families. Some Internationally known as a composer of
wonderful ideas have come forth in recent Theology which can liturgical music, Mr. Walker is presently
assist parents and the rest of the family to live with more meaning music director of Clifton Cathedral in
and joy as they confront the difficult challenges of today's life. Bristol and director of Music for Bristol
PARTNERSHIP IN CATECHESIS BETWEEN THE FAMILY Diocese. He is widely known as a dynamic
AND CLASSROOM: AN OPPORTUNITY NOT TO BE lecturer and conductor.
MISSED (SR) MUSIC, THE WORD AND CHILDREN
In the recent document from the U.S. Bishops, "A Family (3X)
Perspective in Church and Society" it is recommended that we offer The Word of God can be taught to children
religious education programs which are more sensitive to today's in such a boring manner that the essential
families. We will describe some practical ways in which the family message may be lost. But when surrounded with music that uses
and the "school" can cooperate in helping our children (and words of Scripture it can become alive and the children's
parents) appreciate their faith more deeply and more realistically. experience deepened.
BRINGING LIFE TO THE RCIA (8W)
Rev. Silvano M. Tomasi, CS, Ph. D. A workshop that explores the possibilities of the rites themselves in
Fr. Tomasi is currently the Provincial musical ways. See how the Rites can besome more personal,
Superior of the Missionaries of St. Charles deeply felt and weelcoming for the catechumen-how the
Scalabrinians. Previous positions include congregation can stop being spectators and become fully involved.
Dir. of Pastoral Care of Migrants &
Refugees at the U.S. Catholic Conf; Ann Marie Wallace, Ph.D.
President of Center of Migration Studies of Director, Center for Spiritual Development
New York Inc .. and School of Spirituality, New York,
IMMIGRANTS WITHIN THE Dr.Wallace has considerable local and
national speaking experience and conducts
PARISH (3W)
days of prayer for DRE' s, catechists, etc ..
The presence of new immigrants touches
THE SPIRITUAL JOURNEY OF
every institution and neighborhood.
WOMEN: A HUMAN
The parish is the key place and community interacting with
ADVENTURE (7T)
newcomers, and the sensitivity and awareness of parish staff
An exploration of the experience of women
and members of the parish determines the process of
in the past which can be a springboard to a
inclusion and effective participation of the new cultural groups.
new discovery of strengths, not only for
CONCRETE WAYS IN WHICH A PARISH CAN WELCOME
themselves but for men as well in that most challenging of all
IMMIGRANTS (SS)
adventures, the journey to God.
Accurate information and sensitivity to
newcomers need to be translated into a plan of action. Parish
SINGLENESS: AW AY TO GOD FOR OUR TIMES? (9T)
We are all single for some part of our lives. Singleness can be
council participation, cultural workshops, welcoming committees,
temporary, freely chosen, unplanned or unexpected through
sharing of religious experience from different cultural roots, and
death or separation. In each instance, it is an opportunity to
similar initiatives helps to build up a multi-cultural and lively parish
discover the call and action of God in the uniqueness of our
community.
life situation and to respond to the unfolding mystery
which gives meaning to our lives.

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Donna Maree Wanland Evelyn
Ms . Wanland is currenlly a Senior Whltehead,Ph.D.
Member, Theology Faculty, Loyola High JamesD.
School, LA .. She has taught and lectured Whltehead,Ph.D.
extensively within the Los Angeles Diocese, Dr. E. Whitehead is a
and authored various articles and reviews. developmental
She is also involved in Christian Action psychologist, Dr.
Movement, Loyola High, Mexico Project. I .Whitehead is a
ALTARS TO AN UNKNOWN GOD(7U) pastoral theologian
Jesus came to reveal the nature of God, and historian of
and His life was both a thorough and a religion. Both are consultants in education and ministry through
consistent testimony of His Father's loving Whitehead Associates. The most recent book co-authored by them
graciousness. This workshop will concentrate on the healthy is "A Sense of Sexuality: Christian Love and Intimacy."
Scriptural image of a God who simply gifts His beloved creation and A CHRISTIAN SENSE OF SEXUALITY: EXPLORING
who is totally above and beyond our attempts at divine manipulation. GOD'S GIFT (2X)
A SURE AND CERTAIN HOPE (8X) Christians have a sense of sexuality. It is a communal wisdom,
This workshop takes the great good sense of the Scriptural rooted in the graciousness of God's creation and shaped by the
promises of eternal life and examines them as testimony to the next witness of Jesus' life. This workshop will examine the convictions
step lovingly prepared for us by God. Christ's resurrection is that shape the Christian sense of sexuality and suggest a spirituality
indeed our sure and certain hope for the reality of life after death. of sexuality grounded in the virtues of generosity and gratitude.
THE EMERGING LAITY: BECOMING PARTNERS IN
MINISTRY (4S)
Rev. Thomas Welbers
The spiritual renewal of Vatican II is reshaping the community of
Fr. Welbers is currently Archdiocesan
faith. As lay Christians experience more deeply their baptismal
Director of Campus Ministry, Archdiocese
gifts of charism and conscience, they move into more adult roles
ofL .A. Previously a member of
and responsibilities in the life of the Church. Where this is
the Archdiocesan.Liturgical Commission,
happening, both spirituality and ministry are 1ransformed. The
he is a liturgist, lecturer and author of
workshop will explore these transformations, drawing on the
"Banquet of the World."
insights of pastoral theology and developmental theology.
HEART SPEAKS TO HEART:
CAMPUS MINISTRY
Rev. Richard Woods, OP, Ph.D.
IN SECULAR COLLEGES (2U)
Fr. Woods is Executive Editor of
College years mark an important and often
"Spirituality Today"; on staff at the
unsettled transition state in human growth
Institute of Pastoral Studies; and a teacher
and spiritual development. Although students are the primary focus
at Loyola University. His teaching and
of Campus Ministry, we are called to bring the Church into the
speaking experiences also include Adjunct
midst of the unique and complex world of higher education in its
Associate Professor in Psychiatry at
entirety. This workshop will explore the goals and work of Campus
Loyola Univ., Stritch School of Medicine;
Ministry at the various state, city, and private colleges in the
Visiting Professor, Graduate Theological
Archdiocese.
Union, Berkely; and Thomas More Lecture
Service.
Rev. Thomas Weston, SJ
ECOLOGY, MYSTICISM, AND SOCIAL JUSTICE:
Among his current positions, Fr. Weston, is
SPIRITUALITY FOR A POSSIBLE FUTURE (SU)
Retreat Leader for recovering alcoholics
Life on earth hangs on the balance among complex biological
and addicts; member ofJesuit Retreat and
systems now seriously endangered by industrialization and war.
Renewal Ministries; and works part time at
Only a spirituality that affirms justice, love, and unity
Center for People with AIDS in Oakland.
can contribute to human and global survival in the years ahead.
Fr. Weston's previous positions include
DREAMS AND THE ART OF PRAYER (9U)
membership to the National Catholic
~earns provide a rich spiritual resource for greater self-knowledge,
Council on Alcoholism; teacher; and Dir.,
nnproved personal and social health, and a deeper awareness of
Jesuit Volunteer Corp, Southwest.
God's presence in all our experience. By attending to dreams, we
SPIRITUAL LIFE FOR COMPULSIVE
expand our prayer life and supplement meditation practice.
PEOPLE(2W)
'The glory of God is the person fully alive." Frequently compulsive
Suzy Yehl
behaviors make life miserable! This talk will discuss the problem
Ms. Yehl is currently Executive Director of
and focus on the 12 steps for recovery.
Rainbows For All God's Children, a
CAREGIVING AND SERVICE/BEYOND
support program for grade and high school
CO-DEPENDENCE (7W)
age children. Educated at Marquette
Many of us find that we try to be helpful and only make matters University, Ms . Yehl is co-author of the
worse, or that we ourselves become casualties. Bum out, book, "Parenting After
exhaustion, are too common among helpful people. Talk focuses Divorce." She has received many awards,
on how to be of real service, focusing on ALANON principles and including "A New American Hero" by
practicalities. Newsweek Magazine.
A GENERATION AT RISK:
TODA Y'S GRIEVING CHILD (lZ)
Society and family structure is changing. Consequently, one-fourth reassessing options for the future. Like all transitions, this one
of the children in the classroom today are grieving a death, divorce, involves a collapse of one's meaning-making capacity. Midlife
abandonment or remarriage in their family. The profound impact of invites us to a reorientation to the truth about ourselves and the
this loss touches the child emotionally, physically, academically world.
and socially. Often they tum to drugs, alcohol and tragically, THE MIDLIFE CRISIS OF LIMITS: A THEOLOGICAL
suicide, just to cope. This workshop will describe the child's REFLECTION (4U)
grieving process and concrete ways the effective educator can be of This session will reflect upon the revelation that the crisis of limits
assistance. at midlife makes. A number of theological interpretations of the
MINISTERING TO FAMILIES IN CRISIS (7X) journey at midlife will be examined and the richness of our
When there is a death, divorce, chemical dependency or any other scriptural tradition will be drawn upon to make sense of this
painful crisis within a family, we as Church need and want to baffling and often disheartening time in the life cycle.
respond. Holding us back from ministering is our fear of stepping
in where we may not be wanted, not having the "right words" or
simply feeling unprepared. This workshop will address this need
and concrete ways of ministering will be presented.

TomZanzig
Mr . 7.anzig is currenlly Managing Editor of
a curriculum inlendedfor junior high
youth, titled "Discovering Program." He
is a popular workshop and convention
presenler, and audio and video tapes of his
presentations are available.
NURTURING THE DEVELOPMENT
OF CATHOLIC IDENTITY (2Y)
Summarizes the process by which a sense
of Catholic identity emerges from
childhood through young adulthood. The
talk identifies the religious and faith characteristcs that combine to
characterize Catholic identity at each stage of development, and
suggests appropriate ministerial strategies.
CONFIRMATION AND YOUTH MINISTRY: A DYNAMIC
RELATIONSHIP (4T)
Mr. Zanzig will summarize major shifts in the theology of Dear Catechist:
Confirmation in recent years, explore implications of changing
theolog for programs of preparation, emphasize the need for a total
youth ministry approach to initiation rather than a strictly To proclaim God's goodness ...
educational one, and offer concrete suggestions for effective To proclaim means to praise or glorify openly or publicly.
Confirmation preparation. As catechists we are called to precisely that! Our very lives
CREATIVE TEACHING STRATEGIES FOR HIGH should proclaim God's goodness. We have the opportunity
SCHOOL CONFIRMATION PROGRAMS (9W) through this Religious Education Congress to continue to
This session explains a concrete and practical process for designing deepen our spiritual life and to continue to learn ways of
learning experiences for Confirmation preparation programs. The communicating our message more effectively.
process will be applied to retreat as well as religious education
sessions. The presentation will be based on the Archdiocesan
As you begin to select your workshops I would like to
Confirmation guidelines.
(NOTE: Although the three workshops are integrated, the
remind you that certain sessions are designated for
participant can attend all three or just one.) recertification. This does not necesssarily mean it's a better
workshop, only that the content is in accord with the
Brother James Zullo, FSC, Ph.D. requirements for recertification. In choosing your workshops
Currently Bro. James is Senior Consultant, the criterion for you shoud be: Which workshop will
Staff Psychologist, Christian Brothers contribute to my personal enrichment and to my growth as a
Counseling Center and Asso. Graduate catechist?
Faculty Member of lnstitute'of Pastoral
Studies, Loyola Univ. of Chicago. lie has May your time at Congress be
been a teacher at the Institute of Pastoral
richly blessed by the Lord as
Studies, Loyola Univ. , national and
you continue in your ongoing
international speaker on topics of midlife
development, adult life transitions
formation.
and human sexuality.
THE MIDLIFE TRANSITION Sincerely,
AND MEANING-MAKING (3Y)
This session will examine four specific tasks of the mid-life Adela Franco
transition: 1. accepting losses; 2. reviewing and re-evaluating the Catechist Formation
past; 3. discerning what to hold on to and what to let go of; and 4. Consultant
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1989 CONGRESS LUNCHTIME EVENTS-ARENA
EUCHARISTIC LITURGIES
FRIDAY-April 21, 1989
Several Liturgies will be celebrated on both Friday and Saturday TROUBADOUR, hailing from St. Paul of the Cross Church in La
evenings, as has been the custom in the past years. There will be Mirada, will share a variety of up-beat contemporary Christian
both a Sunday morning and a Sunday evening liturgy. The music, as well as some of the old traditional favorites.
liturgical dimension has always brought the whole growth
experience of the Congress to focus, as participants gather each day SATURDAY-April 22, 1989
to celebrate the growth in the Spirit Lo PROCLAIM GOD'S Contemporary prayer utilizing the readings of the day will be led by
GLORY. David Haas and Marty Haugen. The form will be traditional Liturgy
of the Hours with contemporary music including, readings, psalms,
FRIDAY-APRIL 21, 1989-5:15 p.m. hymns, and intercessions.

CHARACTER PRESIDER SUNDAY-April 23, 1989


MissaGaia Rev. Mike Crosby From St. John the Baptist Parish in Baldwin Park in the San Gabriel
Hispanic Rev. Arnold Gonzalez Valley, the parish's combined multi-cultural choirs will entertain
Charismatic Rev. Joseph Shea with a variety of musical styles, including: popular, folk, youth,
General Msgr. John F. B'arry liturgical and tri-lingual (English, Spanish and Tagalog). This
unique musical experience will be under the direction of Fernando
Plazloa, Vidal Quimto and Tom Ratto.
SATURDAY-APRIL 22, 1989-5:15p.m.
CHARACTER PRESIDER CHAPEL
General Rev. Tom Weston The chapel for the Congress will again be in the Orange Room in
Black Culture Rev. Bede Abram the Convention Center. You are invited to stop in for a moment of
Hispanic Bishop Juan Arzube prayer and adoration before the Blessed Sacrament between 8:30
Hearing Inpaired Rev. Brian Doran and 4:30 each day of the Congress.
General Rev. John Urell
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION
SUNDAY-APRIL 23, 1989 Priests will be available for the Sacrament of Reconciliation for the
three days of Congress 1989. The Reconciliation Room (Fullerton
8:15 a.m. Bishop Norman McFarland
Room) will be open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 11:15
Music: Choir '89
a.m. to 1:15 p.m. and 2:15 p.m. to 3:15 p.m.
5:15 p.m. Archbishop Roger Mahon:y
Music: Choir '89
CENTER FOR PASTORAL STUDIES RLED 700X 01
In cooperntton wtth the Los Angeles Archd1ocesnn Off1ce of Re11g1ous
Educ at 1on, LOYOLA MARV MOUNT UN IVERS ITV 1nv1 tes you to take advantage
of the opportun1ty to eern one ( 1) semester hour of cred1t for attend1ng
the Los Angeles Re11gious Educnt1on Congress tn Apr11, 1969.
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REQUIREMENTS: One ( 1) semester hour of credit ma1i1 be earned
- b\I attending ANV ( 7) workshops, listed for M.Bster Catechist or Catechist
recertification
OR
- by attending ANV seven (7) workshops, the Keynotes, and at least one ( 1)
liturgy
AND
- after choosing a focus or framework, writing a reflective and integrating
paper com bi ni ng the information presented at the \rlorkshops and other
presentations \rlith the theme for the Congress.

- Type\rlritten papers should be mailed within three weeks of the close of the
Congress (before May 14, 1989) to:
PAUL W. DECKER, S.J.
CENTER FOR PASTORAL STUDIES
Lo1i1ola Mar1i1mount Universit1i1, Lo1i1ola Blvd. at W. BOth St,
Campus Box 496, Los Angeles, Ca 90045
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PRESENT INVOLVEMENT IN M I N I S T R Y - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Please mak• $20.00 R•gistnt;on fH payable to Loyola Mar1i1mount University .and mail to Division of
Continuing Educ.ation, Loy o1.a M¥y mount Uninsity , Lo1i1o1.a Blvd. at 'vi 80th St., Los Ang•1.s, C.a 90045.
C.a 11 (21 3) 642-2757 or 642-2799 for more inform.ation. Registration by m.ail until April 3, 1989 or
in person on the first day of the Congress at the Loy o1.a Mary mount University booth.
RELIGIOUS STUDIES
GRADUATE DIVISION

Mount
St.Marys
College
DOHENY CAMPUS
10 CHESTER PLACE
LOS ANGELES 90007

CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR PASTORAL/CATECHETICAL MINISTRY

Mount St. Mary's College offers you


one continuing education unit for attending workshops
at the Los Angeles Religious Education Congress, 1989

1. A Continuing Education Unit (C.E.U.) is awarded ONE C.E.U. CAN BE EARNED BY ATTENDING
nationally for attendance at conferences, semi· SEVEN CONGRESS WORKSHOPS.
nars, workshops, classes providing adult-learning
experiences. a. 1 C.E.U. can be earned for professional/personal enrich·
ment by attending any 7 workshops. (S.1)
2. A Continuing Education Unit (C.E.U.) is considered as
credit towards advancement in some professions or as b. Or, participants may also acquire the 1 unit in these
proof of continuing education in one's profession. areas:
- catechist recertification (S.2)
3. A Continuing Education Unit (C.E.U.) is processed by - preschool education (S.3)
Mount St. Mary's College and recorded on transcript by - master catechist recertification (S.4)
the National Registry for Continuing Education. c . The workshops are listed and marked as to the certifica·
tion credit granted.To obtain recertification in any one of
the areas, S.2, 3, or 4, 4 of the 7 workshops attended
must be designated towards the desired a~ea. Check
the workshop listings in this Congress mailer.

To enroll, please send $10 with the form to Mount St. Mary's College. The fee is non-refundable. A registration packet will be
mailed to you. Registration will also be taken at the Congress.
For further information: Dr. Alexis Navarro, IHM, (213) 746-0450

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Mount St. Mary'• College Continuing Education for Pastoral/Catechetlcal Ministry

I wish to enroll for1 Continuing Education Unit (1 C.E.U.) I understand I must attend 7 workshOps at the Los Angeles Religious
Education Congress to obtain this credit. Please send me the registration packet: I intend to wait and register at the
Anaheim Congress. Please reserve a packet there for me:
(Print)
Name _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ __ _ _ _ Phone _ __ _ _ _ _ _ SSN _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Address _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _____ City _ _ __ _ _ __ _ State Zip _ __ _

Date of Birth $10 enclosed (Check payable to: Mount St. Mary's College)
No registration will be honored without accompanying
payment
Return to: Mount St. Mary's College, Continuing Education - P/C M
10 Chester Place, Los Angeles, CA 90007 Last day to register by mail: April 14, 1989

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CONGRESS HOTEL/MOTEL INFORMATION
RESERVATIONS: MAKE RESERVATIONS DIRECTLY WITH HOTEL/MOTEL. To get quoted rates, be sure to inform
the hotel/motel that you are attending the Religious Education Congress.
All addresses are: Phone EA.ADD'L
ANAHEIM, CA 92802 (714) SINGLE DOUBLE TRIPLE QUAD SUITE PARLOR PERSON
ANAHEIM HIL10N & 10WER
777 Convention Way
750-4321 $84.00 $96.00 $112.00 $128.00 Available - $12.00

ANAHEIM PLAZA RESORT


1700 S. Harbor Blvd.
772-5900 $69.00 $69.00 $79.00 $79.00 Available - -
APOLLO INN
1741 S. West Street 772-9750 $45.00 $50.00 - - - - -
COSMIC AGE LODGE
1717 S. Harbor Blvd.
635-6550 $45.00 $50.00 - - - - $3.00

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1735 S. Harbor Blvd.
772-1520 $44.00 $48.00 - - - - $3.00

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1850 S. Harbor Blvd.
750-2801 $58.00 $60.00 - - Available - $8.00

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100 Plaza Alicante (Harbor & Chapman)
971-3000 $72.00 $82.00 - - - - -
INN AT THE PARK 750-1811 $68.00 $75.00 $88.oo· $90.00 Available Available $10.00
1855 S. Harbor Blvd.
MARRIOTT HOTEL
700 Convention Way
750-8000 $78.00 $85.00 $95.00 $97.00 Available - $10.00

PAUL BUNYAN
2060 S. Harbor Blvd.
971-9393 $46.00 $50.00 $54.00 $58.00 - - -
QUALITY INN
616 Convention Way
750-3131 $65.00 $70.00 $75.00 $80.00 Available - $10.00

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1176 W. Katella Avenue
776-0141 $44.00 $48.00 - - - - -
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PLEASE PRINT RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CONGRESS I APRIL 21, 22, 23, 1989
OR TYPE

Amount Enclosed: $ _ _ _ _ _ _ for first night's deposit


Name of Hotel/Motel

Please reserve accomodations as checked below:


0 Check here if you want your room charged to your:
0 Single D Suite 0 VISA D MasterCard D AMEX
0 Double D Parlor
0 Triple D Other_ __ _ _ __ _ __ Credit Card No. Expiration Date
0 Quad Signature _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ __
Name_ __ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
No. of additional persons _ _ __
Address _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ Name(s) of Person(s) sharing room with you :
City _ _ _ __ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 1._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ __

State _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ Zip _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 2._ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

3._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ __ _ __
Phone-'('-----''---- - - - -- -- - -- - - -
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Parish_ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ __ Arrival Date _ _ _ _ _ _ Departure Date _ _ _ _ _ _


Parish City _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ __ _ _ _ __ Approx. Time of Arrival _ _ _ _ _ a.m . _ _ _ _ _ p.m.

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PAN AM in agreement with the Los Angeles Religious Education
Congress, offers a special fare exception for Congress '89. These
attractive, competitive fares will be on PAN AM from April 10-

~1i•:::: •• April 30, 1989, inclusive. Reservations are to be made lhrough the
PAN AM Convention desk in the United Stares, or lhrough the local
-------'•• • '• HOSPITALITY _ _ _ _ __ PAN AM Reservations Office overseas. The toll free telephone
_ _ _ _ _ _ FOOD AND BEVERAGE _ _ __ number is 1-800-327-1600. When making reservations, overseas
and U.S. attendees, please use group identification
_ _ _ _ _ _ INFORMATION _ _ _ _ _ __ number: CVN 39072.

PARKING
The parking fee at the Anaheim Convention Center is $4.00 each
time you drive in. NO PARKING PASSES WILL BE
HOTEL FACILITIES
AVAILABLE and NO OVERNIGHT PARKING IS PERMITTED.
We have always asked that every one observe the rules and
CAMPING AND PICKNICKING IS NOT ALLOWED.
regulations of the hotels regarding food and beverages in the rooms,
PLEASE NOTE: Cars will be ticketed if backed into designated
and the hotels have asked that we relate what lheir policies are head on spaces.
regarding this matter. The regulations are as follows:
1. The city of Anaheim prohibits the use of any type of cooking CARS WILL BE TOWED FROM RESTRICTED AREAS.
utensils that were not designed for same. This includes microwave
ovens, electric skillets, hotplates, crockpots, electric coffee makers,
warming ovens, toasters, or any type of similar utensil.
Some nearby RV parks are:
2. Food and beverages- OTHER THAN THOSE PROVIDED BY Anaheim Harbor RV Park
HOTEL CATERING DEPARTMENTS- are forbidden in rooms 1 1009 South Harbor
and notices will be filed with the management if anything is found Anaheim, CA 92805
in the rooms by housekeeping personnel. Management will take (714)535-6495
appropriate action.
Anaheim Junction Camp Grounds Vacationland RV Park
1230 Soulh West Street 1343 South West Street
Knowing that many parishes do provide hospitality for their people,
we have contacted the catering managers of all major hotels, and Anaheim, CA 92802 Anaheim, CA 92802
they have agreed to work very closely with us in providing a variety (714) 533-0641 (714) 533-7270
of reasonably priced food and beverages. They can also set up
banquets in their meeting rooms as well. We have listed the Kampgrounds of America Travelers World RV Park
contact person at each of these facilities for your convenience. 1221 South West Street 333 West Ball Road
INN AT THE PARK: Donna Felkner Anaheim, CA 92802 Anaheim, CA 92805
(714) 750-1811 (714) 533-7720 (714) 991-0100
HILTON AND TOWERS: Lothar Bullesbach
(714)750-4321
MARRIOT: Carl Sola
(714)750-8000
QUALITY INN: Barbara Flynn
(714)750-3131
HYATT REGENCY ALICANTE: Toni Cooper Hertz is offering special discounts on rental cars for 1989 Los
(714)971-3000 Angeles Religious Congress in Annaheim. Depending on the
CONVENTION CENTER size car rented the 3- or 4-day rate ranges from $26.80 to $33.80.
The following regulations have been given to the Congress Office Take advantage of Hertz' range of services such as the frequent
regarding policies. PLEASE ... PAY ATTENTION TO THESE traveler bonus programs, special customer services, and their
POLICIES, AS THEY WILL BE ENFORCED BY THE computerized driver directions system. All discounted rates
CONVENTION CENTER. include 100 free miles per day or 700 free miles per week, and
1. No camping or picknicking on the Convention Center parking will be offered one week before and after the meeting.
lots. The 3 or 4 week rate must include a Friday or Saturday overnight
2. No free distribution or selling of food and beverages by private rental, and cars must be returned to the pick-up location. A $2.00
organizations, exhibitors or individuals, as this is in violation of the per day or. $10.00 per week surcharge will be applied to car
Convention Center's contract giving exclusive right to Szabo Food rentals originating at hotel locations. Other special equipment
Service, Inc. and the Orange County Board of Health. will be offered at a special rate of 10% off the daily and weekly
rates.
TRANSPORTATION The loss /damage waiver on sub-compact to full size 4 door
If you are flying in for the Congress, there is an ORANGE vehicles is $9.95 a day; on special equipment vehicles it is $10.95.
COUNTY AIRPORT TRANSIT BUS to and from Los Angeles Take advantageof these discounts and make advance reservations
International Airport, Orange County, John Wayne Airport, and by calling the Hertz toll-free convention number below.
Disneyland Hotel and Grand Hotel. Special limousine service to
your hotel/motel may be available. Call Hertz Toll-free 1-800-654-2240
Refer to the Los Angeles Religious Education Congress
REGISTRATION INFORMATION CONGRESS SCHEDULE
The Congress Registration Guidebook, which includes registraion
forms, is mailed to every delegate who registered last year. If the
addressee has moved the Guidebook will not be forwarded. FRIDAY, APRIL 21
Delegates may register by completing a registration form. 8:30 - 9:30 Prayer/ Music/Orientation in Arena
*9:00 Late registration in North Exhibition Hall
Guidebooks are available at parishes, schools, the Office of
Religious Education, its regional offices and some diocesan offices. 10:00 - 11:,30 Period 1 Workshops
11:30- 1:00 LUNCH
1:00 - 2:30 Period 2 Workshops
3:00 - 4:30 Period 3 Workshops
5:15 LITURGIES
8:00 Music
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS 8:30 KEYNOTE SPEAKER -ARENA
1. PRINT your name in full in space provided. USE 9:30 Evening Prayer
BLOCK LETTERS. Sisters : Include your family
name. SATURDAY, APRIL 22
2. PRINT your address, state, zip code and phone 8:00 Morning Prayer
number. 8:30 KEYNOTE SPEAKER, ARENA
3. Registration fee: Pre-registration fee is $25.00 10:00 - 11:30 Period 4 Workshops
for any or all of Congress. Make check payable 11:30 - 1:00 LUNCH
to: RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CONGRESS (U.S. 12:00 Noon Prayer, Arena
Dollars only) LATE REGISTRATION (after March 1:00 - 2:30 Period 5 Workshops
15 is $30.00. THERE ARE NO REFUNDS AFIBR 3:00 - 4:30 Period 6 Workshops
MARCH 15,1989. 5:15 LITURGIES
4. Workshop Schedules: The full schedule of 9:00 MUSICAL CONCERT, ARENA
workshops is on pages 23-25. Each workshop is
identified by its own number and letter. The SUNDAY, APRIL 23
number indicates the time period; the letter 8:15 - 9:30 LITURGY - ARENA
identifiesthe particular workshop. Enter on your 10:00 - 11:30 Period 7 Workshops
registration form the letter of the workshop 11:30 - 1:00 LUNCH
session that is your first, second and third 1:00 - 2:30 Period 8 Workshops
choice in each period. The numbers are printed 3:00 - 4:30 Period 9 Workshops
on the form for your convenience. DO NOT 5:15 LITURGY - ARENA
WRITE AGAIN. WORKSHOPS ARE ASSIGNED ON A
FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVED BASIS, SO
REGISTER EARLY!! SPECIAL NOTE: IF YOU ARE A REMINDER. .. While all of us very obviously love children,
HANDICAPPED, PLEASE TURN TO PAGE- our CONGRESS is an ADULT EDUCATION EVENT, and the
workshops do not have space to accomodate more people than
have been assigned to them. Therefore, if you bring your
TAPING children with you to Anaheim, we ask that you plan other
Many Congress workshops will be taped by Convention Seminar activities outside the Convention Center complex for them
Cassettes of Simi Valley. Their booth will be in the North while you attend the various seminars.
Exhibition Hall. You may purchase tapes during the Congress or If children are attending workshops they must have a ticket.
mail your order on the form that will be provided in the Congress
program. Major credit cards are accepted.

MESSAGE CENTER
If your family or friends need to contact you during CONGRESS NEED MORE REGISTRATION
they may do so from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. by phoning (71.4) 490-2889 INFORMATION??
and leaving a message. You may also leave a message at this
Message Center for friends you wish to contact. Phone Adrian Whitaker at 213/251-3332
or write
Adrian Whitaker, CONGRESS OFFICE
TICKET EXCHANGE 1520 WEST 9TH STREET
Tickets for any unfilled workshop will be at the Registration LOS ANGELES, CA 90015
Booth. You may exchange tickets there during Congress,
EXCEPT NO TICKET EXCHANGES FRIDAY MORNING. If
the workshop you prefer is in the Arena, no exchange is neces-
sary. All tickets are acceptable in the Arena. NOTE: WE WILL
NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR LOST TICKETS.
ARCHDIOCESE OF LOS ANGELES
1531 WEST NINTH STREET
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 9001 5-1194

Abril de 1989.

Office of the Archbishop

Queridos Participantes en el
Congreso de Educaci6n Religiosa 1989:

iEs para mi un gran gusto darles la bienvenida a nuestro Congreso de


Kducaci6n Religiosa 1989!

El tema escogido para este aiio, "Proclamen la Gloria del Senor," nos llama
a cada uno de nosotros a profundizar acerca del gran regalo que tenemos en
nuestro Jesus Resucitado y de las gracias que enaman en nuestras vidas
porque somos realmente un pueblo que se regozija en esta epoca de Pascua de
Resurrecci6n.

Jesus nos recuerda vivamente que la verderadera prueba de su amor por El


esta en amarnos los unos a los otros: "Les he dado un ejemplo para que
hagan lo mismo que Yo hice con ustedes: lamensen los unos a los otros!"
(Juan 13:35.) El Padre glorifica a Jesus, su Hija, en su entrega total por
media de los Misterios Pascuales: sufrimiento, muerte y resurrecci6n.
Ustedes y yo a nuestra vez somos glorificados por Jesus cuando practicamos
generosamente ese gran amor de el Senor en nuestras vidas y cuando a
nuestra vez compartimos ese amor dia a dia con nuestros semejantes.

Como maestros de nuestra Fe Cat6lica y Tradici6n, estamos llamados a


"Proclamar la Gloria de Dios" en todo lo que somos y en todo lo que
hacemos: en nuestras oraciones diarias y cuando reflexionamos acerca de la
vida de Cristo en relaci6n a nuestras vidas, en nuestra preparaci6n para la
enseiianza de la Fe, y cuando hacemos llegar Su mensaje a todos los miembros
de nuestras comunidades en · nombre de Jesus Resucitado.

iQue el Cristo Resucitado, quien "ltodo lo renueva!," mueva en nuestros


corazones todo Su amor y nos renueve a todos y cada uno de nosotros en Su
propia imagenl

Quiero hacerles saber a cada uno de ustedes que estan · presentes en mis
oraciones ahora que nos encontramos nuevamente reunidos para glorif icar a
Dias en estos dias de convivencia, aprendizaje, y celebraci6n.

Reciban mis saludos mas afectuosos,

+
Re Monseiior Mahony
Arzobispo de Los

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Ofliee or Religious Edneatiou
Archdiocese of Los Angeles
1520 West Ninth Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015

Abril de 1989

Queridos amigos/as,
iSiento un gran placer al nuevamente darles la bienvenida para el Congreso
1989!
El tema, PROCLAMAR LA GLORIA DE DIOS, lo tomamos de la lectura del Quinto
Domingo de Pascua. Estas palabras nos estimulan a compartir la Buena
Nueva c_on valor, animo~ y en el espiritu de alegria. La ener~ia para .
proclamar la PALABRA v1ene de una fe profunda del poder resuc1tado de D1os,
en el trabajo, en nosotros, y nuestro mundo.
Como educadores religiosos, demostramos que es posible abrir nuestros
corazones al mensaje transformador del Evangelio, ya la vez, ayudar a
transformar el mundo y hacerlo nuevo. Este es nuestro desafio y respon-
sabi l i dad.
El C9ngreso de Educacion Religiosa es una oportunidad extraordinaria para
reun1rnos como Iglesia y extendernos y renovarnos cuando participamos en
una variedad de talleres, charlas, musica, compartiendo experiencias
personales, y servicios de culto a Dios.
Otra vez, les damos la bienvenida a esta celebracion llena de fe, y
esperamos que nuestro tiempo juntos realmente nos ayude a PROCLAMAR LA
GLORIA DE DIOS.

Sinceramente suya en Cristo,

A~ &dL t~~-- bL-


Hermana Edith Prendergast, R.S.C.
Di rectora
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Este ano el tema del Congreso PROCLAMA LA GLORIA

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DEL SENOR tiene un significado especial para todos
nosotros catequistas y cvangelizadores. Nucstra misi6n es
prccisamente el proclamar y hacer resonar la Buena Nucva

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de las maravillas que el Senor ha hecho cntre nosotros, a
todas las gcntes.
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-_-INFORMACION _ __,..:~
Como en anos anteriores, las conferencias y talleres se han
planificado pensando en ustedes. Los talleres marcados con ____
asteriscos (*) se pueden acreditar para su recertificaci6n. --ACERCA DE LAS SESIONES ---...~
Esperamos que nuestro
encuentro en Anaheim
sirva, una vez mas, de HNA. CATHERINE ABEYTA
aliciente y renovaci6n en su Catherine cs la Directora Arquidiocesana
vida espiritual como de la Oficina de Educacion Religiosa .
Santa Fe en Albuquerque, New Mexico.
seguidores de Jesus, quien
Sus responsabilidadcs son varias,
pas6 su vida Proclamando
incluycndo dirigir la catcqucsis a nivel de
las obras y la Gloria de nmos hasta adultos, servir a
Dios. coordinadores/directores y catequistas de
la arquidi6cesis a traves de formacio"n de
Su hermana en Cristo, lidcrazgo en el ministerio catequctico.
Catherine tambicn ha sido macstra y
Maruja Sedano principal en escuelas parroquiales, y directora de educaci6n
Directora Asociada religiosa en las di6ccsises de Amarillo y Lubbock, Texas. Tiene su
maestrla en teologfa y educaci6n rcligiosa de la Universidad de
Fordham en Nueva York.
LA PERSPECTIV A FAMILIAR EN PROGRAMAS DE
!Este Congreso es una labor en SU honor! Ustedes que
CATEQUESIS (3)Sl, (S)Sl
es tan envueltos en varios ministerios en la Iglesia de hoy. En este taller hablarcmos y discuLircmos de lo que son y como se
Los dias han sido disenado especialmente para ustedes. pucden aplicar los cualro clementos de LA PERSPECTIV A
FAMILIAR. Sera una introduccion al documento:
Cuatro dfas llenos de conferencistas nacionales, articulando
LA PERSPECTIVA FAMILIAR EN LA IGLESIA Y SOCIEDAD
una variedad de topicos contemporaneos en mas de 190 publicado por cl comitc de MaLrimonio y Vida Familiar
talleres. Entre estos encontraran educacion y claridad, (Confcrcncia de Obispos Catolicos-NCCB-1988) Tambien se
desafios e inspiracion, y, celebraremos una Liturgia tratani de dar ideas pracLicas para la implcmentacion de los cuatro
Eucarfstica, Servicios de Devoci6n, y un concicrto musical. elcmcntos en cl ministcrio catequfsLico-en sus p6lizas, programas y
scrvicios. (Esle taller se rcpetiril)
Incluido en el Librelo de lnscripci6n hay informacion
especffica accrca de la transporlaci6n terrcstre y aerea, JENIFER COCHAGNE, Ph.D
hoteles/moleles, y el mapa mas rccicnle del area de Jenifer tiene su practica privada para los quc ncccsitan ayuda
Anaheim; todo esto para ayudarles a planificar sus dfas con psicologica-espiritual. Fuc directora de! Centro de Salud Mental
nosotros. Pero, mas que todo, Jes preciso que comuniquen a para los dcshabilitados, con problemas de aprendizajc. Dcsde hace
otras personas que cl 6 anos esta envuelta en el Movimiento de Renovacion
Congreso de Educaci6n en Pecos, New Mexico. Jenifer rccibi6 su liccnciaLura en tcrap1a
Religiosa de para familia, maLrirnonios y ni:i'ios, y recibi6 su
Los Angeles es el evcnlo doctorado en psicolog(a.
anual mas inspirador en los EST AMOS LISTOS PARA LA RECONCILIACION (4)Sl
Estados Unidos. Estc taller cstli discfiado para asistir a aqucllas personas que estan
Jistas para la rcconciliaci6n a pcsar de cstar en medic de conflictos
Espero que pucdan y disputas.
SANACION DE MEMORIAS (6)Sl
participar Proclamando la En este taller veremos c6mo Dios dcrrumba barreras para que Dios
Gloria de Dios mientras les y el scr humano se reconcilien. Esta especialmentc disenado para
doy la bicnvenida. Jos que han sufrido por divorcio, scparacion, drogas, y otros
problemas emocionales.
Adrian Whitaker
Coordinadora del Congreso
REV. FRANK COLBORN EQUIPO PRE-ESCOLAR
El Padre Colborn es capellan de Colegio Este equipo pre-escolar, dirigido por Concepcion Estrada, esta
de Claremont junto con co le gas compuesto de catequistas certificadas que preparan a las personas
protestantes y judlos. El Padre Colborn ha interesadas en la catequcsis y formaci6n religiosa a nivel pre-
sido profesor de teologla en el Seminario escolar. Estos talleres sirven para la ccrtificacion de catequistas.
de San Juan en Camarillo y pastor en la EN LA CATEQUESIS INFANTIL TAMBIEN SE
parroquia de San Alfonso en el Este de PROCLAMA LA GLORIA DEDIOS (4)S2, (7)S2
Los Angeles. Recibio su licenciatura del Como se percibe a Dios por medio de la Catequesis Infanti!. Cufiles
Colegio de San Juan, Camarillo en 1960. mctodos y tecnicas se usan para que el nino conozca a Dios Padre, y
Ha dado varios cursos en el Seminario de le de gracias por todo lo quc ha creado a su alrededor. (Este taller se
San Juan, charlas y talleres alrededor de la rcpetira)
Arquidiocesis de Los Angeles, y tiene
expcriencia dando Confcrencias y Retiros dcsde hace 10 anos. REV. JUAN M. JENSEN
LA CONCIENCIA DEL CATOLICO (4)S4 El padre Jensen nos viene de la Di6cesis
En esta conferencia rcflcccionamos sobre cl sentido de la de Tijuana donde recientemente ha
conciencia, de la Icy de Dios, de! pecado, y del dcsarrollo de la empezado un proyecto nuevo: Casa
madurez moral. Guadalupe-Villa de la Paz. Esta es un
LA VIDA MORAL EN EL MUNDO DE HOY (S)Sl Centro de retiros y espiritualidad, tanto
Como se discierne la voluntad de Dios en la vida familiar, en el como un ccntro de rehabilitacion para
campo de la etica social, y en el mundo economico, pol(tico, y jovenes que tiencn problemas con drogas,
social. alcohol, sus familias, y otros tipos de
problcmas. El padre Jensen es el
REV. JORGE A. ROMAN DEL REAL fundador de la Casa Comboni, que es
El Padre Jorge reside en la parroquia de un seminario para hispanos. Tambien ha
San Emidio, Lynwood. Es productor en sido Director Asociado de! Ministerio para Hispanos, Director dcl
"Roman Productions" y actor para Ministerio de J6venes Hispanos, y Director Asociado de Servicios
"Tcletalent and Intcrsound". Hizo sus de Telccomunicaciones para Los Angeles. Rccibio su liccnciatura
estudios en la Universidad de Loyola en Psicologfa, y su maestrfa en Espiritualidad.
Marymount dondc recibi6 su diploma en YO SOY LA IGLESIA, TU ERES LA IGLESIA, SOMOS LA
Artcs de Comunicaci6n. Actualmcntc IGLESIA DEL SENOR (4)S3
estudia para su macstr{a en Las primeras comunidadcs Cristianas, aunquc distintas, vivlan
Comunicaciones y esta producicndo unidas en la fc de! Cristo Rcsucitado. Veamos cuates son los
pcl(culas con cl fin de crcar nucvos puntos centrales que nos identifican como Iglesia y comunidad de
modelos para seguir el camino de Cristo y fe.
crcar un estilo en medios publicitarios. POR QUE, A QUIEN Y COMO PROCLAMAMOS (7)S3
i LUCES, CAMARA ... ACCION EV ANGELIZADORA! Solidaria de las alegrfas y esperanzas, dolores y trabajos de las
(6)S3, (8)S3 gcntcs, la Iglesia, el nuevo pueblo de Dios,continua proclamando el
Esta es una platica practica para c6mo cnvolvcrsc en mcdios mensaje de salvaci6n, micntras pcregrina al cncuentro de! Senor.
publicitarios para proclamar la Gloria de Dios. Como cornprar CONTEMPLACION CAMINANTE (8)S2
ticmpo para radio y television. Como producir sus propias Llegar a empapar la vida diaria de lo divino de Dios. Vivir cada
diapositivas, programas de television, y audiovisuales para instantc y cada acontecimiento en la presencia de Dios. Todo lo
programas de educacion religiosa. (Estc taller sc rcpetira.) quc hago se hace presentc la persona de Jesus por medio del amor.
Mis hermanos y yo llegamos a reconocernos como templos de la
REV. ALFREDO DEL TORO sant(sima trinidad. Por medio de la oraci6n contemplativa
Nacido en la Ciudad de Guzman, Jalisco el caminante, ayudar uno mismo y al otro llegar a la liberacion.
padre Alfredo cs ministro de Vocaciones y
de jovencs y Parroco Asociado de la REV.RAFAEL
Iglesia San Vitus en Chicago, Illinois. MARIN-LEON, M. Afr.
Anteriormentc, fue ministro de vocaciones El padre Rafael ha sido co-pastor en la
de la Casa Comboni en Los Angeles parroquia de San Patricio en North
donde trabajo en programas para la Hollywood dcsde hace dos aiios.
juven tud. Estudio en la Union Teol6gica Anteriormente, fue Director de vocacion
Cato lica de Chicago por la cual tiene su para los Misioneros de Africa en
licenciatura en Divinidad con California, y tambicn fuc director de
especializaci6n en misiones. Encuentros de Promoci6n Juvenil en la
SI NO ERES TU, ENTONCES, lQUIEN? (2)S3 Arquidiocesis de Los Angeles. El padre
Proclamamos la gloria del Sefior a travcs de una educaci6n integral Rafael ha dado muchas platicas alrededor
en nuestros programas catequeticos. de los Estados Unidos, Francia, Canada, y varios otros pafses.
JOVENES SIN BARRERAS EN UN MUNDO SIN El padre Rafael tiene su liccnciatura en Teologfa y Filosof(a.
FRONTERAS (4)SS, (9)S4 PROCLAMADORES DE LA GLORIA DEDIOS (S)S2.(9)Sl
Preparamos j6venes sin barrcras en un mundo sin fronteras a traves Como en la sociedad actual, el/la catequista puede ser testigo de la
de la afirmaci6n de la identidad de los jovenes, cultural religiosa Resurreccion y colaborador/a en la construcci6n del Reino. (Este
con sus retos. Nuestra respuesta a traves de nuestros compromisos taller se repetira)
de fe buscando estrategias junto con ellos. (Este taller se repetira)
GERMAN MARTINEZ, Ph.D. espiritualidad que apoye y respire vida dentro de esta creatividad.
El Dr. Martfuez es profesor asociado de EV ANGELIZACION A TRAVES DE MUSICA (9)S2
liturgia, ministerios, y teologfa en la La musica hoy, como en el pasado, continua sicndo una fuerza
Universidad de Fordham en Nucva York. principal en la labor de conversion. Las comunidades hispanas
Ha servido como ditcdra y profcsor trabajan con franqueza hacia una devocion espontanea con una
asistente en Teologfa Systematica y musica que reOeja SUS almas. Sera presentada una varicdad de
Liturgia en el Colegio Carlow en musica rcpresentando la diversidad de la musica hispana.
Pittsburgh. El Dr. Martinez recibio su
licenciatura de! lnstituto LitGrgico REV. ANTONIO SALAS, Ph.D.
Pontlfico. Ha estado envuelto en Originalmente de Palma de Mallorca,
Educaci6n Religiosa desde 1972 en Antonio Salas nos vicne a dirigir su charla
Espana y los Estados Unidos y desde dcsdc Madrid, Espana. Antonio ha sido
entonces ha sido conferencista y maestro intemacional. profesor en cl Estudio Teologico de El
SACRAMENTOS, SIGNOS DE LlllERACION (S)S3, (7)S4 Escorial desde 1964. Tienc su licenciatura
Dcspues de analizar la renovaci6n profunda de los sacramentos en Sagrada Tcologfa de la Univcrsidad de
llevada a cabo en cl contexto antropologico, lirurgico y Santo Tomas "Angelicum" Roma, y su
eclesiol6gico del siglo XX, presentaremos un nuevo modelo doctorado en Ciencias Blblicas, de la
pastoral de los sacramentos como signos de libcracion de! mistcrio Pontlfica Comision Blhlica.
de Cristo en cl corazon de la vida humana hoy. (Este taller se JESUS DE NAZARET ANTE DIOS
rcpetira) (l)S2
J<UNDAMENTACION SACRAMENTAL DE LA Conccpto de Dios en judai'smo palcstino '_Novedad de Jesus en su
COMUNIDAD MINISTERIAL (6)S2 forma de relacionarse con Dios. La gloria de Dios en la predicacion
Analizaremos y desarrollaremos la tcologi'a y praxis sacramcntales de Jesus. El Dios amoroso versus cl Dios justo. l Como
postconciliares en rclaci6n con los carismas y scrvicios relacionarsc hoy con el Dios quc nos prcscnta Jesus?
ministcriales de los laicos (supcrando la oposicion clerigos-laicos), JESUS DE NAZARET ANTE EL HOMBRE (6)S4
como testigos de la misi6n total de! pueblo de Dios en nuestro El binomio hombre-Icy. La primaci'a de! ser humano en la
mundo secular. prcdicacion de Jesus. Sus rclaciones con cl rcsto de las personas.
Pistas para actuar hoy de acucrdo con el proyccto humano-religioso
HNA. ROSA MONIQUE PENA de Jesus.
La Hermana Monique es directora dcl JESUS DE NAZARET ANTE LA SOCIEDAD (8)S4
Departamcnto de Educacion Religiosa en El compromiso socio-politico de Jesus. Situacion socio-pol1tica del
la Arquidi6cesis de Miami, Florida. judalsmo palestino en ticmpo de Jesus. Como luch6 Jesus por
Antcriormente, fue Dircctora del liberar al ser humano de cuantas cadenas intcmas y extcmas le
Programa de Certificacion de Catequistas irnpiden ser feliz. Pautas para luchar hoy por una liberacion
Diocesanos. Recibi6 su Maestrfa en integral dcl ser humano y por una sociedad donde impcrc el amor.
Estudios Religiosos de la Universidad
Barry en Miami. Ha ensenado a todo nivel REV. JUAN J. SOSA
en inglcs tanto como en espanol por los Nacido en La Habana, Cuba, el padre Sosa
ultimos 25 anos. Tambien ha dado llego a los Estados Unidos en 1961 y
tallcres y cursos en los Estados comenz6 sus estudios para el sacerdocio
Unidos y fuera de! pafs. en la Arquidiocesis de Miami. El padre
l HACIA DONDE VA LA CATEQUESIS? (2)Sl Sosa fue ordcnado en Miami y ha scrvido
Ana'lisis de los objetivos catequeticos a la luz de las necesidades en la Arquidi6cesis como Rector
presentes y futuras de la Iglesia y la sociedad. Se retara la Asociado de la Caterdral, Director
irnaginacion con modelos catequeticos de extraordinatoras Asociado de Educaci6n Rcliosa, Co-
posibilidades sociales, eclesiales y familiares. dircctor del Programa de! Diaconado
LA PRAXIS CRISTIANA NO ES UNA OPCION Permanente y Coordinador del Comi te de
CATEQUETICA (S)S4 Piedad Popular. Actualmente, el padre
La tecnica del Maestro merece toda nuestra consideracion y estudio, Sosa cs parroco de la parroquia de St.
...
pues su eficacia ha cruzado las barreras de! tiempo y las culturas. James en North Miami y Director Ejecutivo dcl Ministerio de!
Culto y la Vida Espiritual de la Arquidi6cesis. Dcsde 1982 ha
MARY FRANCIS REZA ejercido su ministerio a nivel nacional como presidcnte de!
Al presente, Mary Francis, es directora de Instituto de Liturgia Hispana, y, actualmente, es micmbro del
la Oficina de Devocion/Musica Liturgica, Subcomite para los Hispanos dcl Comitc Episcopal de Liturgia.
y sirve en la Mesa Ejecutiva del Instituto EL PUEBLO HISPANO:PEREGRINO EN LA FE (2)S2
de Liturgias en Espanol. Mary recibio una Anruisis de las condiciones socio-culturalcs que afcctan la vida
de sus licenciaturas en educacion, y la otra familiar de las comunidadcs hispanas cuando se trasladan de sus
en musica. Tiene experiencia dando pafses de origen a los Estados Unidos.
talleres alrededor de la Diocesis de Santa LA EXPERIENCIA RELIGIOSA Y LA FE DE LOS
Fe y 20 otras di6cesises. Tambien ha HISPANOS (S)SS
compuesto musica para liturgias en An:llisis de lo que implica tencr una expericncia religiosa en
espanol la cual fue publicada por "Oregon nuestras vidas: l Es una intervencion directa de Dios, o es
Catholic Press". indirecta,? lEn que consistc,? lPor que cs tan importante que
MUSICA PARA LA COMUNIDAD HISPANA (l)Sl reflexionemos sobre nuestra cxpcricncia religiosa?
El don de cada persona enriquece y da vida a la iglesia. Debe de LA ESPIRITUALIDAD DE LOS HISPANOS: LITURGIA Y
haber un enfasis en el cuerpo de Cristo para desarrollar y nutrir una RELIGIOSIDAD POPULAR (9)S3
Anruisis de las expresiones culturales y religiosas de Ios Hispanos
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que se abrazan a la fe de la Iglesia en busca de la salvaci6n
individual y comunitaria.
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REV. PEDRO VILLARROYA, C.M.
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Actualmcntc, el padre Villarroya cs
director de De Paul Center en Montebello; ·--~~~
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un cenLro de evangclizaci6n a Lravcs de
programas de crccirniento y desarroilo

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personal, formaci6n ministerial, y
transformaci6n social. El padre Villarroya
estudio filosoffa en Madrid, Espana, y
rccibi6 su maestna de la Universidad de
California, Santa Barbara.
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HORARIO
la _________,
EL PUEBLO DEDIOS,
INSTRUMENTO DE CAMBIO (3)S2, - - - - - - - - D E L CONGRESQ _ _ _ _ _ .
(7)Sl
La vocaci6n de! Cristiano: "Artificie de una nueva sociedad," La
Parroquia: "Como agente de preparacion de! laica para acluar en cl
mundo," La Iglesia: "Por la fc a la justicia." La gloria de Dios se
rcflcja mejor en una sociedad justa. Viernes, 21 de Abril
(Este taller se repetint) 8:30 - 9:30 Oraci6n/ Musica/Orientaci6n en la Arena
*9:00 Rcgistracioncs Lardes en el Corredor de
REV. GABINO ZAVALA Exhibici6n al Norte (North Exhibition Hall)
El padre Zavala es Vice Rectory Decano 10:00 - 11:30 Primera Sesion de tallcres
de estudiantcs en cl Seminario Mayor de 11:30- 1:00 ALMUERZO
San Juan en Camarillo desde hace tres l :00 - 2:30 Scgunda Sesion de tallcres
ai'ios; all( tambicn es profesor de Derecho 3:00 - 4:30 Tercera Sesi6n de talleres
Canonico. Antcriormentc trabaj6 en el 5:15 - LITURGIAS
Tribunal Matrimonial de la Arquidi6cesis 8:00 Asamblea General-Arena
de Los Angeles. Estudi6 su colegio y (Sin traduccion)
teologfa en San Juan, Camariilo.Despues
de cinco affos de su ordcnaci6n, cstubo en Sabado, 22 de Abril
la parroquia de Nucstra Senora de 8:00 - Asamblea General - Arena
Guadalupe en cl Este de Los Angeles. (Sin traduccion)
Estudi6 para su licenciatura en Derecho Can6nico en la Univcrsidad 10:00 - 11 :30 Cuarta Sesion de talleres
de America en Washington. EI padre Zavala ha dado platicas, tanto 11:30 - 1:00 ALMUERZO
en espaffol como en ingJes, en varias conferencias incluyendo la 1:00 - 2:30 Quinta Sesi6n de tallcres
Confcrcncia de Jovcnes-Adultos, y la Convenci6n Regional de 3:00 - 4:30 Sexta Sesi6n de Lalleres
Dcrecho Canonico. 5:15 - LITURGIAS
l ESTOY SIRVIENDO A LA COMUNIDAD? (3)S3 9:00 - CONCIERTO MUSICAL- ARENA
Todos somos llamados a scrvir a la comunidad scgun nuestros
talentos. Este taller nos enscfia quc cl ministerio dcl laico es Domingo, 23 de Abril
participaci6n en la proclamaci6n de la gloria de! Se?ior. 8:15 - 9:30 LITURGIA - ARENA
PROCLAMAR LA GLORIA DEL SENOR EN JUSTICIA 10:00 - 11 :30 Septima Sesi6n de taIIeres
(6)SS 11:30 - 1:00 ALMUERZO
Nueslra fc dcmanda de nosotros trabajar por justicia en nuestra 1:00 - 2:30 Octava Scsion de talleres
comunidad. Este taller scra un conocimiento de la practica de 3:00 - 4:30 Novena Sesion de talleres
justicia como nucstra rcspucsla esencial al mensage de! cvangelio. 5:15 - LITURGIA - ARENA

LITURGIAS DEL CONGRESO


EL VIERNES, 21 de Abril a las 5:15 p.m. Rev. Arnold Gonzalez
celcbrara esta Liturgia en el sa!On CALIFORNIA.

EL SABADO, 22 de Abril a las 5:15 p.m. El Obispo Juan Arzube


cclebrara csta Liturgia in el Salon ANAHEIM.

CAPILLA
SACRAMENTO DE RECONCILIACION Este ano sc establecera nuevamentc la capilla en cl sal6n
dcnominado. "Orange Room" de! Centro de Convcncioncs en
Habra amplia oportunidad para recibir el sacramento de
Anaheim para uso durante cl Congrcso. Pucdc Ud. cntrar para un
Reconciliaci6n en espanol los dtas vicmes, sabado, y domingo.
momento de oracion y adoraci6n ante cl Santfsirno. La capilla estarii
11:15 a.m. - 1:15 p.m. y 2:15 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. Porfavor pregunte a
abierta diariamcnte de 8:30 de la manana hasta las 4:30 de la tarde.
los ujicres y ellos le indicaran a dondc dirijirse ... Fuilcrton
Room.
INSCRIPCIONES
Se enviara por correo una Libreta-Gufa que incluye forrnas Si las solicitudes Hegan dcspues dcl 14 de Abril, sc
para inscripci6n, a todo delegado que se inscribi6 el ano procesaran pero Ud. no rccibira los bolctos ni tarjeta para el
pasado. Si el destinatario ha carnbiado su dornicilio, la programa por correo, sino quc tendra quc recogcrlos en la
Libreta-Gufa no sen'i recnviada por la oficina de com~os. Mesa de Inscripciones en el lado norte de la Sala de
Exhibiciones ( Norlh ExhibiLion Hall) del Centro de
Los delegados nuevos puedcn inscribirsc llenando una forrna Convenciones.
de inscripci6n. Las Librctas-Gufa estan disponibles en
iglesias parroquiales, escuelas cat6Iicas, la Oficina de Preinscripci6n hasta cl 1 de Marzo 1989. Sc aceptaran
Educaci6n Religiosa y SUS centros de area asf corno en inscripciones dcspues del 1 de Marzo pero la cuota sera $30.
algunas oficinas diocesanas. NO HABRA DEVOLUCION DE CUOTAS DESPUES
DEL 1 DE MARZO. Los bolctos y tarjctas para el prograrna
POR FAVOR ... VERIFIQUE USTED QUE LA se cnviaran por correo dcspues de dicha fecha.
DIRECC10N QUE APARECE EN LA FORMA DE
INSCRIPCION CORRESPONDA A LA PERSONA CUYO ESCRIBA UNICAMENTE LA INFORMACION QUE SE
NOMBRE APARECE IN DICHA FORMA. DE OTRO PIDE EN LA PORT ADA DEL FORMULARIO.
MODO EL CORREO DEVOL VERA LA MISMA CUALQUIER OTRA INFORMACION DEBERA
INDICANDO "DESTINATARIO DESCONOCIDO." ESCRIBIRSE AL LADO REVERSO. .

LOS PRIMEROS EN INSCRIBIRSE SERAN LOS MUY IMPORT ANTE!! Cada persona que asista a las
PRIMEROS EN RECIBIR SUS ASIGNATURAS DE scsiones debe tener bolcto, nadie sera admitido sin boleto.
SESIONES POR LOT ANTO INSCRIBANSE Esto quicrc dee~ que los niiios n~esilan bolcto tarnbien.
INMEDIATAMENTE.

NOTES
INSTRUCCIONES GENERALES
l NECESIT A MAYOR INFORMACION
1.Escriba CON LETRA DE MOLDE su nombre completo en SOBRE LA INSCRIPCION?
el cspacio destinado para tal fin. USE LETRA DE Llamc a Adrian Whitaker al (213) 251-3332
MOLDE. escriba a:
a) Religiosas: Incluya su apellido patemo. Adrian Whitaker, Congress Office
b) Sacerdotes, Diaconos, Religiosos y Religiosas: 1520 West 9th Street
Incluya su tltulo con su nombre (R. P., Hno, Hna, etc.) Los Angeles, CA90015
2. Escriba CON LETRA DE MOLDE su direcci6n, estado,
zona postal , numero de telefono. \
3. Cuota de inscripci6n: La cuota de $25 de Preinscripci6n
es para que uno asista a todo o parte del Congreso.
Favor de hacer su cheque a nombre de RELIGIOUS
EDUCATION CONGRESS. Despues dcl 1 de Marzo la
cuota de inscripcion extemporanea sera $30.00. (Los ESTACIONAMIENTO 1
seminaristas y las novicias rcligiosas tendran una cuota La cuota de estacionamiento en el Anaheim Convention Center es
especial de $10.00.) Dcspucs del I Marzo de 1989 NO de $4.00 cada vez que cntre. NO HABRA PASES DE
HABRA DE VOLUCION DE CUOTAS. EST ACIONAMIENTO NI SE PERMITIRA EST AtIONARSE
4. Horarios de las Sesiones: El horario completo de la DURANTE LA NOCHE.
sesiones aparece en las paginas 23-25.
Cada sesion tiene como identificacion dos numeros. El CAMBIO DE BOLETOS'
primer numero indka cl pcriodo y el segundo, la sesi6n Los boletos para las sesiones que no se han llcnado se pueden
determinando. Ponga en SU tarjeta cl numcro de las conseguir en la mesa de inscripcioncs.
sesion de acuerdo a su primera, segunda y tercera
prefcrencia para cada periodo. Los numeros aparecen en Alli podra cambiar sus boletos durantc cl Congrcso con la
la tarjeta. excepci6n del viemcs por la maflana.
5. NOTAlMPORTANTE: Si Ud. habla solamente espaiiol y
NOTA: No sercmos responsables por boletos perdidos .
desea confcrencias unicamente en espanol, marque el
cuadrito en la forma de inscripci6n que dice: "Hablo MUY IMPORTANTE ! ! Cada persona que asista a las sesioncs
solamente Espanol." Sise agotan los boletos para las dcbe de tencr boleto, n~die scra admitido sin boleto. Esto quicre
confcrencias en cspanol, se le regrcsara su cheque e dccir que los nmos ncccsitan boleto tambicn.
inscripci6n y no recibira Ud. boletos para conferencias
en ingles. CENTRAL DE RECADOS
De ser neccsario quc sus familiares o amistadcs se pongan en
contacto con Ud. en cualquier momento durante el Congreso,
pueden hacerlo durante las horas de 9 de la manana y 6 de la tarde
llamando al telHono (714) 490- 2889 y dejando recado. Tambien
Ud. puede dejar recado en la Central de Recados para pcrsonas con
quiencs dcsee Ud. comunicarse.

IMPORTANTE!! UN RECORDATORIO ...


Todos, desde luego, queremos mucho a nuestros hijos. Sin
embargo, nuestro CONGRESO es un EVENTO PARA ADULTOS
y por lo tanto no hay campo suficiente en los salones para acomodar
en las sesiones a mas gente que la que fuc asignado. Por
consiguiente, si usted trae a sus hijos a Anaheim, le pcdimos que
planifique otras actividadcs, fuera de las instalaciones del Centro
de Convenciones para ellos micntras quc ustcd asiste a las sesiones .

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Realizing that many people will be coming to the Congress for the
I que asisten al Congreso, y par esa raz6n incluimos esta lista coma
first time, we are adding this "aid" for filling in the registration
I una "ayuda" de coma llenar la tarjeta de inscripci6n. POR
form. PLEASE ... even if you have attended previous
FAVOR ....... aunque haya asistido a previos Congresos, revise esta
Congresses., check this list to make sure your form is properly
lista para asegurarse de que ha llenado bien su tarjeta de
filled out. IT ONLY TAKES A MOMENT TO DO IT RIGHT,
inscripcion. SOLO SE REQUIERE UN MOMENTO PARA
AND COULD SAVE HOURS OF PROCESSING TIME.
HACERLO BIEN, Y PODRIA AHORRARNOS HORAS AL
PROCESARIO.
DO .......
1. Print your name and address.
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2. Include ZIP CODE and phone number.
3. Choose your workshops (3 choices). 1. Use LETRA DE MOLDE para su nombre y domicilio.
4. Enclose the correct amount of money. 2. Incluya su zona poostal y nllinero de telefono.
5. Make checks payable to Religious 3. Escoja sus talleres (3 opciones)
Education Congress. 4. Adjunte la cantidad correcta de dinero.
6. SIGN YOUR CHECK. 5. Haga su cheque pagadero a : Religious Education Congress.
6. Firme su cheque.
DO NOT .......... ..
1. DO NOT xerox copies of registration form. NO ...•...
2. DO NOT register two people on one form. 1. NO reproduzca la tarjeta de inscripcion.
3. DO NOT repeat the period number before the 2. NO inscriba a dos personas en una tarjeta.
letter. (Period number is already printed on 3. NO repita el nillnero de la sesi6n antes de
the form.) numero del taller. (El nllinero ya estii
4. DO NOT clip or staple your check to the impreso en la tarjeta.)
registration form. 4. No asegure ni engrape su cheque a la tarjeta
5. DO NOT expect the Congress Office to make de inscripci6n.
changes in workshop after you have 5. No espere que la Oficina del Congreso le cambie las talleres
registered. (You may exchange tickets for despues de inscribirse. (Podra cambiar sus boletos par cualquier
any sessions remaining after Friday noon on otra sesion que tenga cupo el viemes de Congreso despues del
the Congress weekend.) mediodia.

REMEMBER. ..... . RECUERDE ...... .


Tickets will be mailed to you after March 1. 1989. READ ALL Los boletos se enviarlfu par correo pero solo hasta despues del 1 de
MATERIALS THAT ARE SENT WITH TICKETS. PROGRAMS Marzo 1989. Lea todo el material que se le envfa con las boletos, y
WILL BE GIVEN AT THE PROGRAM BOOTHS, NOT THE recoja su programa en la Casilla de Programas-NO EN LA
REGISTRATION DESK. MESA DE INSCRIPCIONES.

Share the Guidebook and extra form i Comparta el Liberto-Gula y la Tarjeta


with a friend! extra de inscripciones con una amistad !
SUGGESTION: Bring this Guidebook with SUGERENCIA : Traiga consigo este Libreto-
you to the Congress, since much of the material Gufa al Congreso puesto que mucho del
contained here will not be in the Congress material contenido aquf no estara en el
Program. Programa del Congreso.
Pre-registration closes March 15, 1989.
IMPORTANT: Send fee of 25.00 with this form. Postmarked DO NOT COPY THIS REGISTRATION FORM Additional
after March 15, 1989, fee $30.00. NO REFUNDS AFTER forms may be obtained from the Office of Religious Educa-
MARCH 15. Tickets and program cards will be mailed after tion or through one of our regional offices. Please make sure
March 1st. that the address listed on the registration form is for the per-
WRITE ONLY INFORMATION REQUESTED ON FRONT son whose name appears on the form. The post office will
OF FORM-ANY OTHER INFORMATION SHOULD BE return as undeliverable all mail that is not correctly addressed.
WRITTEN ON REVERSE SIDE.
REGISTRATIONS RECEIVED AFTER APRIL 10th will
Return registration form to: Los Angeles Religious Education
Congress, 1520 West Ninth Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015. be processed, but will not be mailed. Your tickets and pro-
Be sure to enclose your check for the registration fee payable gram cards may be picked up at the registration booth in
to Religious Education Congress (U.S. dollars only). the North Exhibition Hall of the Convention Center.

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IMPORTANT
SEND FEE OF
Congress Registration Form FOR OFFICE USE ONLY

!1;25.00
WITH THIS FORM
1520 W. 9th St., Los Angeles, CA 90015 CHK CASH MO I
POSTMARK AFTER
MARCH 15th
FEE OF $30.00 BLOCK PRINT OR TYPE PLEASE

First Name

Add ress
City_ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ State_ _ Zip

Home Phone - -- - - - - - -- - -- - Work Phone

WORKSHOP FRIDAY SATURDAY


SESSIONS

1st CHOICE

2nd CHOICE

3rd CHOICE

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IMPORTANT
SEND FEE OF
Congress Registration Form FOR OFFICE USE ONLY

S25.00 1520 W. 9th St., Los Angeles, CA 90015 CHK CASH MO


WITH THIS FORM
POSTMARK AFTER
MARCH 15th
FEE OF $30.00 BLOCK PRINT OR TYPE PLEASE

First Name Last Name _ _

Address _ _ _ _ _ __

City _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ __ __ _ _ State _ __ Zip _ _ _

Home Phone _ _ _ ____ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ Work Phone

WORKSHOP FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY


SESSIONS

1st CHOICE

2nd CHOICE

3rd CHOICE

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CONGRESS
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