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CONTENTS
Page
BUTTONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
CLOSING LITURGIES . . . . . . . . 29
CONGRESS COMMITTEE . 6
EVALUATION FORM Center
fold
EXHIBITORS . . 12
FILM VIEWING . 8
FOOD . . . . . 9
GENERAL ASSEMBLIES 16
HOSPITALITY ROOM INFORMATION 9
INFORMATION . . . . . . . . 8
LITURGIES . . . . . . . . • 26
MAPS: CONVENTION CENTER 11
EXH IB !TORS . . . . • • • • • • • 14
MESSAGE CENTER . . . . . . 9
MUSIC IN THE GRAND LOBBY 15
MUSIC/LITURGY COMMITTEE . 6
OFFICE STAFF . . . . . . . • . . 5
TAPING INFORMATION AND ORDER FORM • 10
THEME SONG 43
WORKSHOPS • • . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Please wear your identifica-


tion badge at all times dur-
ing the Congress!

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HIS EMINENCE CARDINAL TIMOTHY MANNING
Archbishop of Los Angeles

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ARCHDIOCESE OF LOS ANGELES
1531 WEST NINTH STREET
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90015
388-8101

January 12th, 1979

Dear friends:

Welcome to the Religious Education Congress!

Each one of us is "called by name." We are called by


name into the gift of life, into a family and community but especially
we are called by name into the community of faith - the Church.

During these days of the Congress we gather as a people


responding to His call. We recognize that we are called by name into
a unique relationship of love. We believe that in coming together we
have the opportunity to grow into a deeper awareness of the intimacy
of God's love for us, and ours for one another. We experience the
support of our brothers and sisters in the Lord and thus come to a
deeper appreciation of who we are in His name.

These days are much more than an educational opportunity.


They are a prayerful pause in the hectic pace of our lives. May all
of you rejoice in their gift, and may the Holy Spirit refresh you in
truth, peace, and joy.

Very sincerely yours,

~...:-01-~
c Timothy Cardinal Manning
Archbishop of Los Angeles

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HIS EXCELLENCY WILLIAM R. JOHNSON
Bishop of Diocese of Orange

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OFFICE STAFF
OFFICE OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION (CCD)

DIRECTOR
Reverend Monsignor John F. Barry
ASSOCIATE DIRECTORS
Reverend Lloyd A. Torgerson
Reverend David Sork
CONSULT_ANTS
Sister Eloise Cooney, O.P.
Sister Teresa Doherty, R.S.C.
Sister Gemma Fisher, S.N.J.M.
Sister M. Irene Flan~gan, C.S.J.
Sister Jean Heavey, R.S.H.M.
Sister Suzanne Jabro, C.S.J.
Sister Georgeann O'Brien, C.S.J.
Sister Elizabeth O'Keefe, R.S.H.M.
Sister Maria Hilaria Sedano, S.A.C.
AREA CONSULTANTS
East Los Angeles Office
Miss Amelia F. Reyes
Sister Alina Spincemaille, I.C.M.
Santa Barbara Office/Ventura Center
Mrs. Ann Fischer
Reverend Jerry Bellamy
Coast Center
Sister Bernadette Kane, S.H.F.
San Fernando Valley Center
Sister Diane Smith, C.S.J.
San Gabriel Valle}/ Center
Sister Aileen Bradley, C.H.F.
Soi~th Centml Center
Sister Eva Marie Lumas, · s. s. s. ·
West Los Angeles Center
Sister M. Antoinette Gissler, P.B.V.M.
OFFICE STAFF
Miss Lucrecia CUadra
Mrs. Peggy Giron
Mrs. Joanne Guenther
Mrs. Jackie Gueringer
Mrs. Helen Kemeny
Mrs. Louise Llorens
Mrs. Bert Siberz

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CONGRESS COMMITTEE

CONGRESS GENERAL CHAIRMAN


Monsignor John F. Barry

ASSOCIATE CHAIRMEN
Father Lloyd A. Torgerson
Father David Sork

CONGRESS EXECUTIVE SECRETARY


Mrs. Joanne Guenther

CONGRESS COMMITTEE MEMBERS


Mr. Peter Boron
Mr. Verne Boyer
Mrs. Dorothy Eckes
Mr. Ron Griffen
Mr. Bill Hall
Sister Jean Heavey, R.S.H.M.
Mr. Frank King
Sister Eva Marie Lumas, S.S.S.
Mrs. Juanita Meller
Mr. Bill Moller
Mr. Charles Niemoeller
Mr. Kenneth Poole
Mr. Ted Shaw

LITURGY/MUSIC COMMITTEE
Father Thomas Welbers
Sister Eva Marie Lumas, S.S. S.
Mr. Ken Canedo
Mr. Paul Ford
Mr. Ron Griffen
Mr. Bob Hurd

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OUR
APPRECIATION FOR SPECIAL ASSISTANCE
... to SISTER MARIE CLAUDETTE, JOANNE MALONE, and
SISTER RUTH KENT, Congress Sacristans, who handle
the many details required for the liturgies •
... to DEMCO-REMY ANAHEIM for Mrs. Marilyn Van Derbur
... to FRANCISCAN COMMUNICATION CENTER for The Dameans
.• • to GOULD MUSIC CO. of Santa Ana for the organs
.•. to BOB MACKEY for CALIFORNIA CARTAGE COMPANY,
INC., services
••• to M.R.T. (Management, Research and Technical Sys-
tems Corp.) and to Ray Rafatdjah and staff, for
all the help with the computers
.•. to NORTH AMERICAN LITURGY RESOURCES for the St.
Louis J~suits and The Dameans
••• to PASTORAL ARTS ASSOCIATION for Joe Wise

AND. I I

... to the hundreds of dedicated men and women who


gave thousands of volW1teer hours (before and
during the Congress) to help make this event a
reality.... and especially
•.. to Bill Di Meo for the banner, antependium and
program cover designs .
.•. to Margaret Muro for liturgy booklets and program
forma~

••. to the Registration Conunittee for handling regis-


trations and tickets
••. to Penny Gilpin for the design of the buttons

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INFORMATION
CHAPEL • • • • • Orange Room
Open 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily during Congress
FIRST AID ROOM See letter "M" on map, page 11
REST ROOMS See letter "R" on map, page 11
ROSARY Orange County Room
Recited daily at 11:45 a.m.

SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION Arena Concourse


(English - Spanish)
Friday and Saturday, 4:00 - 4:45 p.m.
TELEPHONES - SPECIAL NUMBERS:
HEADQUARTERS . • • • • 778-4216
HOSPITALITY ROOM INFORMATION 778-5470
REGISTRATION DESK • . • • • • 778-4218

PRIESTS: Facilities for private Mass are available


between 10:30 a.m. and 12:00 noon in
Rooms 101 and 102, Convention Center.
SMOKERS: Please be considerate of others. Follow any
special instructions given in workshops.

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FILM VIEWING
Friday, Saturday, Sunday
10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. • • Huntington Beach Room

Film Companies whose works will be previewed:

AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY


2: 2:
C) BARR FILMS C)

~ STEPHEN BOSUSTOW PRODUCTIONS


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to CATHOLIC RELIEF SERVICE
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~ . CAUSE FOR PADRE PIO ~
to
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FAMILY FILMS
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C)
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FAMILY THEATER
FRANCISCAN COMMUNICATIONS
MEDIA FIVE
PAULI ST PRODUCTIONS
* A list of films and their showing time will be !
! available at the Program Booth *
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HOSPITALITY ROOMS
To obtain or give information about a parish hospitality
room, call •••
HOSPITALITY ROOM INFORMATION: 778-5470

FOOD
CONVENTION CENTER IN THE NORTH EXHIBITION HALL •••
• Continental breakfast served daily, 8:00 to 9:30 a.m.
• Lunch: 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
•Dinner (Friday and Saturday): 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Cart and concourse concession service all day.
Nearby restaurants and hotels of fer a variety of food.

MESSAGE CENTER
Leave a Message! Receive a Message!
If your family or friends want to contact you while
you're at the Congress, have them phone:
(714) 635-8440

English BUTTONS Spanish

1979 Congress
"HE CALLS US EACH BY NAME"
BU'ITONS
may be purchased from any of the
Pages at the Convention Center

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RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
CASSETTES
ORDER FORM

TO INSURE ACCURACY IN FILLING YOUR ORDER, PLEASE PRINT

CODE# I QUANTITY CODE# QUANTITY CODE# QUANTITY CODE# QUANTITY


WORKSHOP CASSETIES 3K-79 6A-79 8N-79
1C-79 3N-79 6C-79 8A·79
1H-79 3A-79 6F-79 BT-79
1K-79 3S-79 6N-79 9A-79
,p.79 4C-79 6R-79 9D-79
1$-79 40-79 6S-79 9E-79
1T·79
2C·79
2D-79
4H-79
4K-79
4S-79
6T-79
7A·79
7D-79
9H -79
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2F-79 4U-79 7F·79
2.H-79 5A-79 7H·79
2K-79 58-79 ?K-79
2R-79 5C-79 7M-79
2S·79 5D-79 7S-79
2T-79 5F-79 BA-79
3C-79 5K-79 BE-79
3D·79 5S-79 8F-79
i 3F-79 5U-79 8K-79
I GEN ERAL ASSEMBLY Westerhoff T ic kle

PRICE SCHEDULE
Individual Cassettes at $4.50 each _ _ _ Any Six Cassettes at $3 .80 each
_ _ Any Four Cassettes at $4.25 each _ _ Any Twelve Cassettes at $3 ,65 each
Orders less than $10.00 ... . Add $.75 postage and hana11ng .

Total Cassettes _____ at _ _ __

Postage & Handling

Sub-Total

California Residents Add 6% Sales Tax

Total Value

METHOD OF PAYMENT__ Master Charge _·_BankAmericard __ Check/Cash __ Billing


Billing: Minimum $25.00 only to established Corporation, Associations, or Municipalities. ---
Billing Charge - $.75 per order.
PLEASE PRINT

NAME _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

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TAPITTE CORPORATION
7221 Garden Grove Blvd.
ADDRESS _ _ __ __ _ _ _ __ _ __ _
Don Koll Industrial Park
CITY _ _ __ _ _ STATE_ _ _ _ ZlP_ __ Garden Grove, CA 92641
17141 638-7960

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ROOM CODE - CONV ENT ION CENTER
A........• California A K..... .. ... Santa Ana I
B......... California B L....... Message Center M~
C......... California C M....... ..... First Aid +
D...... Garden Grove IV R............ Restrooms First [
E..... Garden Grove III S........... Sacristies I Aid
F..... Huntington Beach
G............ Fullerton
H...... CHAPEL - Orange Food MJtV~C.eA
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EXHIBITORS
Exhibitor Booth

ALEXANDRIA HOUSE . • 45
AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY 101, .102
APOSTOLATE OF CHRISTIAN RENEWAL 52
ARENA LETTRES • • • 56, 57
AUGSBURG PUBLISHING HOUSE • • • 40, 41
AVE MARIA PRESS • • • • • • • • 35, 36
BENZIGER, Division GLENCOE PUBLISHING CO., Inc. 98
BEREAN BOOKSTORES . 5, 6, 7
BORROMEO GUILD BOOK SHOP . 72, 73
BREAD OF LIFE • • • • • • 119, 121
WM. C. BROWN CO. , PUBLISHERS 47, 48
CATECHIST/PFLAUM PRESS 130
CATHOLIC ALUMNI CLUBS INTERNATIONAL 133
CATHOLIC CAMPUS MINISTRY for the Archdiocese of L.A •• 105
CATHOLIC RELIEF SERVICES 103
CAUSE FOR PADRE PIO, INC • • • 16
CHRISTIAN CORNER • • • • • • 26, 27, 28
CHRISTIAN MARRIAGE ENRICHMENT • 84
COLUMBAN FATHERS 104
CONCERN • • • • • • • • • 15
CORPUS/SUMORE • • • • • 124
COTTER CHURCH SUPPLIES, INC. 33, 34, 63, 64
COVENANT • 6.5 , 66, 6 7 , 6B
DAUGHTERS OF ST. PAUL • i31, ·.132
DE GUADALUPE • • • • • 17, lB
DON BOSCO FILMS/MULTIMEDIA 13, 14
FAMILY THEATER, INC. 79
F.E.L. PUBLICATIONS, LTD. • 22, 23
THE, FILMMAKERS 103
J. F. FLANNERY CO. 93, 94
FOCUS ON THE FAMILY 76
FRANCISCAN COMMUNICATIONS 10, 11
GOSPEL LIGHT PUBLICATIONS • 95, 96
HOLY FAMILY RETREAT ASSOC. 129
IKONOGRAPHICS, INC • • • • . 21
INSTITUTE OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION - Boston College • 69
INTERMEDIA FOUNDATION • • • • 61
J. D. AUDIO VISUAL 8, 9
JOY BELLS BIBLE BOOK STORE 106, 107
LEGION OF MARY 127, 128
LIBRERIA SAN PABLO 109, 110
LIGUORI PUBLICATIONS 100
LITURGICAL APOSTOLATE CENTER 122, 123
THE LITURGICAL PRESS • 74, 75

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Exhibitor Booth

LOGOS OF WESTWOOD 42, 43


LOS NINOS . • • • 134
LOYOLA UNIVERSITY - Chicago & New Orleans 135
MANNA MUSIC, INC. 19
MARYKNOLL FATHERS 83
MEDIA FIVE FILM DISTRIBUTORS • 58
MERCHANTS OF LIGHT 49, 50
MEXICAN AMERICAN CULTURAL CENTER 136
MOREHOUSE-BARLOW CO. ll8
NORTH AMERICAN LITURGY RESOURCES • 111, 112, 11~ 114
NORTON JACKET COMPANY • • • 80
O'CONNOR'S RELIGIOUS GOODS, INC. • • 29, 30, 31, 32
OUR MINISTRY • • • • • • 37, 38, 39
OUR SUNDAY VISITOR, INC. 125, 126
PASTORAL ARTS ASSOCIATES 62
PAULIST PRESS • • • 77, .7 8
PAULIST PRODUCTIONS •· •• 99
PIONEER STATIONERS 89
PRINTERY HOUSE OF CONCEPTION ABBEY 3, 4
READ AND REJOICE BOOKS 138
RESOURCE PUBLICATIONS • • 97
RIGHT TO LIFE LEAGUE ll6
ROA FILMS • • • • • • . 70
WM. H. SADLIER, INC. 1, 2
ST. ANDREW'S PRIORY . • 71
ST. ANNE'S MATERNITY HOME ll7
ST. ANTHONY MESSENGER PRESS HS
ST. MARY'S COLLEGE PRESS 25
SILVER BURDETT COMPANY 51
SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE FAITH 46
SONGS & CREATIONS • • • • • 12
S.C.R.C. BOOK & TAPE MINISTRY • • . 85, 86, 87
TELEKETICS/THOMAS S. KLISE COMPANY 60
TODAY'S MISSAL • • • • • • 24
TYNDALE HOUSE PUBLISHERS 91
UNGAME COMPANY 20
VAN DERBUR MOTIVATIONAL INSTITUTE 59
WESTERN VOCATION DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION 92
WINSTON PRESS • • . • • • • 81, 82
WORLD LIBRARY PUBLICATIONS, INC. 90
WORLD VISION INTERNATIONAL 44
WORLDWIDE MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER 54, 55
YOUTH ENCOUNTER SPIRIT 88
YOUTH MISSION OF THE IMMACULATA 53

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MUSIC IN THE GRAND LOBBY

Various music groups are scheduled to


entertain in the Grand Lobby, as fol-
lows:

FRIDAY

Lunch MORNINGSTAR
11:30-12:30 San Roque Parish, Santa Barbara
Director: Bob Burnham

Dinner FATHERLAND
6:30-7:30 Sacred Heart Parish, Covina
Director: Nancy Irving

SATURDAY

Lunch YES, LORD!


11:30-12:30 Four Parishes of the Diocese of
Orange
Director: Molly Palomino

Dinner WINGS OF THE SPIRIT


6:30-7:30 Representing various parishes
and colleges in the Archdiocese
of Los Angeles
Director: Carol Slacks

SUNDAY

Lunch JOY, INC.


11:30-12:30 St. Pius V Parish, Buena Park
Director: Pat Donnelly

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GENERAL ASSEMBLIES

Friday, February 2
7:30 p.m. Music: St. Louis Jesuits
8:30 p.m. Speaker: Mrs. Marilyn Van Derbur
"GOALS AND DREAMS"
M.C.: Mr. Don Boyd
Religious Education Coordinator
St. Joseph Parish, Hawthorne

Saturday, February 3
8:00 a.m. Music: Ken Canedo and Friends,
St. John's Seminary
8:30 a.m. Speaker: Dr. John Westerhoff
"THE EDUCATIONAL CHALLENGE
OF ADOPTION"
M.C.: Rev. Timothy German
Dept. of Religious Educati6n.
Diocese of Orange
7:30 p.m. Music: The Dameans
8:30 p.m. Speaker: Dr. James Dobson
"THE CHRISTIAN FAMILY,
ITS FRIENDS AND FOES"
M.C.: Sr. Jane Lewis, S.N.J.M.
Education Department
Archdiocese of Los Angeles

Sunday, February 4
8:00 a.m. Morning Bob Hurd and Anawim
Praise John West and the
Valyermo Dancers
Speaker Rev. John Tickle
"DISCOVERING THE LIFE STYLE
AND ATTITUDE OF JESUS IN
OUR LIVES TODAY"
M.C.: Rev. Thomas Kleinhans
Off ice of Religious Education
Diocese of Fresno

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WORKSHOPS
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2
PERIOD l: 10:00-11:30 a.m .

Workshop Title and Speaker Room

lA ADULT EDUCATION: WHAT IS IT?


WHERE IS IT? HOW IS IT? Quality Inn
Sr. Marie Agnew, D.C., Ph.D ••••••• Orangewood Room
lB TO LOVE AND BE LOVED
Fr. Joseph Champlin ••••••••••••• • •• • •••••• Anaheim
lC HE CALLS ME "WOMAN"
Sr. Joan Henehan, C.S.J •••••.•••..•.• Santa Ana II
lD HOW TO CREATIVELY MAKE TRANS-
PARENCIES, SLIDES"AND FIUolSTRIPS Inn at the Park
Mrs. Maureen Murphy ...••••••.••.•••..• Garden Room
lE CREATIVE LIVING IN LATER YEARS:
GROWING OLDER, STAYING YOUNGER
Sr. Francis Sullivan, D.C •.••.••••.•. California C
lF CITY LIGHTS TOWARD AN URBAN
SPIRITUALITY Quality Inn
Sr. Toinette Eugene, P.B.V.M. California Room
lH THE HOUSEHOLD AS SACRAMENT Inn at the Park
Dr. Thomas Howard •••...••..••••.••. Concourse Room
lK PARABLES : THE INSIDE -STORY
Bro. Donald Mouton, F.S.C. · · · · ········ · · · ·· ~ Arena
lM RELIGIOUS EDUCATION AND THE
MIXED ABILITY GROUP
Sr. Bernadette MacMahon, D.C. Garden Grove IV
lN TEACHING THE GOOD NEWS TO CHILDREN
IN dNE-PARENT FAMILIES
Msgt. Timothy O'Connell
Dr •. · ~y Meier • . . • • . . . • • • • • . • • • • . • • • • California B
lP ADOLESCENCE: A JOURNEY NOT A
DESTINATION
Mr. Ernest Nedder .•..•..•.••.•••...•• California A
lR CHURCH IN THE MODE.RN WORLD:
SOCIAL JUSTICE (Part One)
Sr. Marilyn Schafer, C.S.J.
Fr. Harry Hiegel • . • . • . . • • • • • • • • • • . • • • . Santa Ana I
lS "Y SUS OJOS SE ABRIERON" (Gen. 3 : 7)
Fr. Tulio Maya •..•.••••••••••..••. Garden Grove IV
lT GROWTH IN PRAYER
Ms. Irene Murphy Orange County Room
lU SHARING HIS WORD THROUGH
RELEASED TIME
Mrs. Anna Heffernan ..•..•••••••••••••••• Fullerton
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PERIOD 2: 12:30-2:00 p.m .

Workshop Title and Speaker Room

2A ADULT EDUCATION: ITS RELATIONSHIP


TO SCHOOLS AND CCD PROGRAMS AND
PASTORAL MINISTRY Quality Inn
Sr. Marie Agnew, D.C., Ph.D . • . . . • . California Room
2B USING PUPPETS WITH LITTLE CHILDREN Inn at the Park
Ms. Betsy Brown .•••.•••..•••.••.••• Concourse Room
2C VALUING YOUR SEXUALITY
Ms. Nancy Hennessy Cooney .•••••.••••. California B
2D JESUS: THE FATHER'S GIFT
TO US TODAY
Sr. Nadine McGuinness, C.S.J. Santa Ana I
2E MANAGING RELIGIOUS EDUCATION -
A SITUATIONAL LEADERSHIP APPROACH
(Part One) Inn at the Park
Dr. Marshall Goldsmith ••.••.•...•••••• Garden Room
2F THE SEASONS OF A MAN'S LIFE:
RELIGIOUS AND PSYCHOLOGICAL
REFLECTIONS OF THE LIFE CYCLE
Mr. Kevin Gordon •••••••..•••••••••••• Santa Ana II
2H THE LORD'S SUPPER MENU
Fr. Thomas Welbers •..••..••.•.•..••.• California C
2K GOD NEVER FORGETS OL' WHATSISNAME
Fr. Emery Tang • . . • • . • • . . • • • • • • . . . • . . . . • • • . • • Arena
2M TOWARD MATURING IN FAITH
Sr. Bernadette MacMa~on, D.C . • • . . Garden Grove III
2N TURNING ON THE TURNED OFF ••.
How TO MOTIVATE STUDENTS
Ms • .Marilyn Van Derbur Anaheim
2P MUSIC IN THE RHYTHM OF LITURGY
The Dameans •••.••••••••••••••••...••• California A
2R THE CATHOLIC CHARISMATIC RENEWAL
Fr. John B. Healey •...••.•••.•• Orange County Room
2S QUE ES UNA CATEQUESIS MULTICUAAL?
Sr. Marina Herrera, O.P., Ph.D • •.• Garden Grove IV
2T RELIGIOUS EDUCATION AND WELLNESS
Dr• John J. Pilch •••••••.••.••••.••••••• Fullerton
2U CATECHESIS: THEOLOGICAL AND
EDUCATIONAL ISSUES Quality Inn
Rev. Dr. John Westerhoff Orangewood Roo!ll

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PERIOD 3: 2:3o-4:00 p.m.

workshop Title and Speaker Room

3A HURRY UP!
Mrs. Martha Malterre Quality Inn
Mr. Harold Malterre •••••.••••••••• Orangewood Room
3B YOUR MINISTRY IN TODAY'S CHURCH
Fr. Christian H. Woerz, S.D.B.,
Fr. Ronald Exley, S.M., and Linus •••• Santa Ana II
3C MINISTERING TO THE SEXUAL
DEVELOPMENT OF YOUNG PEOPLE
Ms. Nancy Hennessy Cooney California c
3D DON'T BE CAUGHT DEAD -
CHRISTIANS PLAN AHEAD
Sr. Janet Corcoran, o.s.F. Orange County Room
3E MANAGING R,ELIGIOUS EDUCATION - A
SITUATIONAL LEADERSHIP APP!lOACH
(Part Two) Inn at the Park
Or. Marshall Goldsmith ••••••••.••••••• Garden Room
3F THE SEASONS OF A WOMAN'S LIFE:
RELIGIOUS AND PSYCHOLOGICAL
REFLECTIONS OF THE LIFE CYCLl;
Mr. Kevin Gordon Anaheim
3H S~NG A NEW SONG
Mr. Bob Hurd
G. Hayakawa, M. Hodgson, K. Miller,
L. Valenzuela, and R. Zaragoza •.•••••••.•••• Arena
3K FROM THE POPE TO THE LOCAL CHURCHES:
THE APOSTOLIC DELEGATION
Archbishop Jean Jadot ••••••••..•••••• California A
3M THE ONLY FAITH YOU CAN SHARE IS
YOUR FAITH Inn at the Park
~Thomas Zanzig •••••••••••..•••.. Concourse Room
3N THE .MINISTRY OF CHRISTIAN PA!lENTS
Dr. Christiane Brusselmans Santa Ana I
3P MARY: WOMAN
Mrs. Jane Penderghast, Ms. Karen
Mauro, Ms. Marty Lucero, and
Ms. Diane Smith ••••••••••••• , •••• Garden Grove III
3R AMERICAN CATHOLICS : WHERE THEY
HAVE BEEN!!
Fr. Theodore Ross, S.J • • .•••.••• • ••••• • • Fullerton
35 CUARTO PASOS Y MEDIO PARA OBTENER UNA
VIDA MAS CHRISTIANA, BELLA, Y EXITOSA
Senor Antonio Zuniga •••••••••••••• Garden Grove IV
3T SINGING WITH FEELING AND SOUL
Mr. Grayson Brown
Mr. Larry Adams •••••••••••••••••••••• California B
3U CATEOIESIS IN NON-SCHOOLING SETTINGS Quality Inn
Rey. Dr. John Westerhoff • • •••••••• California Room
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3
PERIOD 4: 10:00-11:30 a.m.

Workshop Tit1e and Speaker Room

4A HE CALLS US EACH 'l'O SHARE


TO CELEBRATE ••• TO SING
Mr. Ron Griffen and The Leaven ••••••• California A
4B OUR RESPONSE TO BIS CALL Inn at the Park
Sr. Kristin Wombacher, O.P •••••••••••• Garden Room
4C MINISTER.ING TO THE SEXUAL
DEVELOPMENT OF YOUNG PEOPLE
Ms. Nancy Hennessy Cooney •••••••••••• California C
4D EXPIAINING DEATH TO CHILDREN Inn at the Park
Sr. Janet Corcoran, O.S.F •••••••••• Concourse Room
4E CALLED MARY - CALLED MOTHER
Msgr. John Sheridan
Sr. Maureen Kelly, S.S.L. California B
4F CITY LIGHTS: TOWARD AN
URBAN SPIRITUALITY
Sr. Toinette Eugene, P.B.V.M .••••••••••• Fullerton
4H NARNIA AND THE TEACHING OF
"CHRISTIAN VISION - I
Dr. Thomas Howard •••••••••.••••••••••• Santa Ana I
4K IN PARABLES: CONTRARY IMPRESSIONS
Bro. Donald Mouton, F.S.C •••••••••••• Santa Ana II
4M PASSING ON FAITH: A TRADITION
IN CATECHETICS
Ms. Megan McKenna, Quality Inn
Fr. Brendan Scott, S.J .••••••••••• Orangewood Room
4N HUSH, HUSH, SOMEBODY'S CALLING
MY. NAME
Fr. Clarence Williams Orange County Room
4P WE CALL HIM FATHER
Mrs. Gloria Lisignoli and the
Preschool Team •.•••••...••••••••• Garden Grove III
4R CALLING GOD (HIM/HER) BY NAME
Mr. Joe Wise
Mr. John Pell ••••••••••••••••• , •••••••••· •• Anaheim

4S LOS HISPANOS: UN PUEBLO PROFETICO


Fr. Gary Riebe •••••••••••••••••••• Garden Grove IV
4T CALLED BY NAME THROUGH THE SACRAMENTS Quality Inn
Ms. Irene Murphy •••••••••••••••••• California Room
4U WHAT ARE THQSE CATHOLICS DOING
EVANGELIZJ:NG
Fr. John Tickle • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Arena

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PERIOD S: 12:30-2:00 p.m.

Workshop Title and Speaker Room

SA RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE TODAY Inn at the Park


Fr. James J. Bacik Concourse Room
SB EASTERN CHRISTIANS IN THE
WESTERN WORLD
Frs. John Lucas, Nicholas Samra,
Thaddeus Wojcik, and Arthur
Johnson •••••••••••••...••••••.••. Garden Grove III
SC HE CALLS ME "WOMAN" Quality Inn
Sr. Joan Henehan, C.S.J ••••••••••• Orangewood Room
SD TEENAGE MORALITY IN A NON-CHRISTIAN
ENVIRONMENT
Sr. Nadine McGuinness, C.S.J ••••••..• California A
SE THE CALL TO YOUTH MINISTRY SERVICE Quality Inn
Sr. Maria Edwards, R.S.M ••••.•.•.•• California Room
SF TOGETHER IN HIS NAME: WHAT IT
MEANS TO BE CHURCH
Dr. John Nelson, Ph.D. California C
SH LITURGY, WORSHIP, AND MUSIC
St. Louis Jesuits ••••••.•••••.••.••••.••.••. Arena
SK GOD NEVER FORGETS OL' WHATSISNAME
Fr. Emery Tang • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • . • • • • • • • • Anaheim
SM GREGORIAN CHANT - MAN'S "SUNG" PRAYEF
Mr. Michael Rocha
St. John's Seminary Schola ••••••..••• California B
SN HUSH, HUSH, SOMEBODX'S CALLING
MY NAME
Fr. Clarence Williams •••••••••• Orange County Room
SP SOME METHODS IN TEACHING RELIGIOUS
TRUTHS TO THE DEAF
Fr. Anthony Russo, C.SS.R •••••••••••• Santa Ana II
SR CALLl:NG GOD (HIM/HER) BY NAME
Mr. Joe Wise
·Mr. John Pell Santa Ana I
SS LA CATEQUESIS EVANGELIZADORA
Sr. Marina Herrera, O.P., Ph.D .••• Garden Grove IV
ST CHURCH IN THE MODERN WORLD:
SOCIAL JUSTICE (Part Two)
Sr. Marilyn Schafer, ' c.s.J. Inn at the Park
Fr. Harry Hiegel .••••.•.•..•..•.•••••• Garden Room
SU FAITH DEVELOPMENT AND PARISH LIFE
Rev. Dr. John Westerhoff .•••••••.•••••.• Fullerton

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PERIOD 6: 2:30-4:00 p.m.

Workshop Title and Speaker Room

6A BACK TO THE BASICS WITH RAHNER Inn at the Park


Fr. James J. Bacik Concourse Room
6B BECOMING A CHRISTIAN
Fr. Joseph Champlin_ .•••••••••••••••••. Santa Ana I
6C THE THEOLOGY OF STORY--AN EXPLORATION
OF THE HUMAN CONDITION Quality Inn
Sr. Kristin Cholewa, C.S.J .•.••••• California Room
6D THE STRONG-WILLED CHILD
Dr. James Dobson, Ph.D •••••••••••••••••.•••• Arena
6E TOWARD UNDERSTANDING THE ADOLESCENT Quality Inn
Sr. Maria Edwards, R . S.M .•••.•••.• Orangewood Room
6F ADOLESCENCE: A JOURNEY NOT A
DESTINATION
Mr. Ernest Nedder •.•.•.•••••••••• Garden Grove III
6H SOME IDEAS FOR CLASSROOM MEDIA Inn at the Park
Bro. Timothy Mayworm, F.S.C .••.••.•••. Garden Room
6K THE LORD SPEAKS TO EACH OF US
PERSONALLY
Sr. M. Jose Hobday, 0 . S.F •••.•••••••• Californi~ A
6M HOW TO GET OFF TO A GOOD START --
BEGINNING TEACHERS
Mr. Don Boyd . • . . • • . • . . • . . • • • • • . • • • • • . California C

6N THE CATECHUMENATE AND THE PASTORAL


MINISTRY OF THE CHURCH
Dr. Christiane Brusselmans ••.•••••••• California B
6P MUSIC IN THE RHYTHM OF· LITURGY
The Dameans . • . • • • • • • . . • . • • • • • • • • • . . • • • • • • • Anaheim
6R AMERICAN CATHOLICS: WHERE THEY ARE
GOING!!
Fr, Theodore Ross, S.J ..••••••. Orange County Room
6S EL MAS PRECIADO MILAGRO DEL MUNDO
Senor Antonio Zuniga .•••••••.••••• Garden Grove IV
6T AN INVENTORY FOR CHRISTIAN WELLNESS
Dr. John J. Pilch •• • •••.••••••••••..••.• Fullerton
6U FOSTERING THE FAITH DEVELOPMENT
OF A 'CHILD
Sr. M. Peter Traviss, O.P •••..•.••••• Santa Ana II

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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY ~

PERIOD 7: 10:00-11:30 . a.m.

Workshop Title and Speaker Room

7A GE'ITING MORE OUT OF SUNDAY MASS


Mr. Paul Ford • • • • •.. • • . • • • • • • • • • • . • • . • California A
7B JESUS ••. BORN IN THE LIKENESS OF MEN
Miss Donna Wanland ••••.••••••.•••••••• Santa Ana I
7C THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE CATECHUMENATE
Fr. Robert P. Stamschror .•..•.•••••.••••• Fullerton
7D GOOD GRIEF - HE CALLS US
EACH BY NAME
Sr. Janet Corcoran, 0.S.F ••••••.••••• Santa Ana II
7E NEED FOR TOTAL YOUTH MINISTRY Quality Inn
·sr. Maria Edwards, R.S.M .•••••..•• Orangewood Room
7F TOGETHER IN HIS NAME -
WHAT IT MEANS TO BE CHURCH
Dr. John Nelson, Ph.D •..••••••• Orange County Room
7H EASTERN CHRISTIANS IN THE
WESTERN WORLD
Frs. John Lucas, Nicholas Samra,
Stephen Hill, and Arthur Johnson California B
7K GOD NEVER FORGETS OL' WHATSISNAME
Fr. Emery Tang . . • • • • . • • • • . • • • • • . . . . . . . • . • . Anaheim
7M TEACHING AS JESUS DID:
PARABLES AND DISCIPLES
Ms. Megan McKenna Inn at the Park
Fr. Brendan Scott, S.J.• Concourse Room
7N ARE YOU READY TO ROLL? THE FACTS
ABOUT YOUTH-TO-YOUTH MINISTRY
Crossroads Retreat Team •..•.•.••••••• California C
7P WE CALL HIM FATHER
Mrs: Gloria Lisignoli and
the Preschool Team ••.•.•....•.••• Garden Grove III
7R HAVING A NAME AT EUCHARIST
Mr. Joe Wise
Mr. John Pell .••.•••••.•..•.•••••••• • . • • • . . . Arena
7S LA CATEQUESIS LIBERADORA
EN LA PRACTICA
Sr. Marina Herrera, O.P., Ph.D. Garden Grove IV
7T EVANGELIZATION IN THE HOME AND
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CLASSROOM Inn at the Park
Ms. I.t;ene Murphy ••••••••••.• • •••••.••• Garden Room

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PERIOD S: 12:30-2:00 p.m.

Workshop Title and Speaker Room

SA WHAT ARE THE MOVIES SAYING


(IF ANYTHING)?
Mr. Charles Champlin ••..•.••••.•••.••.•.• • •• Arena
SB HUSH, HUSH, SOMEBO~'S CALLING
MY NAME Quality Inn
Fr. Clarence Williams ••.•••••••.•• Orangewood Room
SC LITURGICAL DANCE: A CLOSE ENCOUNTER
WITH GOD
Mr. John West/Valyermo Dancers Anaheim
SD LITURGY, WORSHIP AND MUSIC
St. Louis Jesuits •••.•..•.•••••.••••• California A
SE THE THEOLOGY OF STORY - AN EXPLORA-
·TION OF THE HUMAN CONDITION
Sr. Kria~in Cholewa, C.S.J ••••. Orange County Room
SF PRACTICAL APPROACHES TO THE
MORAL FORMATION OF ADOLESCENTS Inn at the Park
Dr. John Nelson, Ph.D ••.••• • ••.•.•• Concourse Room
SH SING A NEW SONG
Mr. Bob Hurd
M+· Greg Hayakawa, Ms. Marie Hodgson,
Ms. Karen Miller, Mr. Leo Valenzuela, and
Mr. Roy Zaragoza •••••.•••••.••••..... california B
SK FROM THE POPE TO THE LOCAL CHURCHES:
THE APOSTOLIC DELEGATION
Archbishop Jean Jadot ...•.• •• •..•••.• Santa Ana II
SM OUR RESPONSE TO HIS CALL Inn at the Park
Sr. Kristin Womi>acher,· O.P •• • .•••....• Garden Room
SN THE CATECHUMENATE AND THE
PASTORAL MINISTRY OF THE CHURCH
Dr. 'Christiane Brusselmans California C
SP MARY: WOMAN
Mrs. aane Penderghast,
Ms. Karen Mauro, Ms. Marty Lucero, and
Ms. Diane Smith · ············ · ·-·· Garden Grove III
SR THE CATHOLIC CHARISMATIC RENEWAL
Fr. John B. Healey •••••••••••.•••.•.•• Santa Ana I
SS ESE MUNDO DEL HOMBRE Y
ESE HOMBRE DE "QUIEN •• ?" (Part 1)
Fr. Juan Matas and
L.A. Petit Group •.••••..•••.•••. :. Garden Grove IV
ST ' LIFE STAGES AND THE
EDUCATORS' WELLNESS
Dr. John J. Pilch •••••••••••••••••••••••· Fullerton

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PERIOD 9: 2:3C>-4:00 p.m.

workshop Title and Speaker Room

9A FOUR AND A HALF STEPS TO A MORE


BEAUTIFUL CHRISTIAN AND SUCCESSFUL
LIFE Quality Inn
Sen6r Antonio Zuniga •••••••••••••• Orangewood Room
9B THE CHURCH: GOD'S FAMILY AT HOME
AND ABROAD
Fr. Joseph Champlin and
Gaudeamus Music Group* •••.••••••••••••••• Anaheim
9C THE NATIONAL CATECHETICAL DIRECTORY:
ITS SPIRIT AND CONTENT Inn at the Park
Fr. Robert P. Stamschror Garden Room
9D FILLING OUR DAY WITH THE LORD
Fr. John Tickle and
Open Hand Music Group * California A
9E NARNIA AND THE TEACHING OF
CHRISTIAN VISION - II
Dr. Thomas Howard • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • . Santa Ana I
9F FOSTERING THE FAITH DEVELOPMENT
OF A CHILD
Sr. M. Peter Traviss, O.P . . . . • .•• ...• Santa Ana II
9H IS IT A SIN TO BE A CATHOLIC
AND A MINISTER?
Fr. Donald Kimhal.l ..••••••••••••••••• California C
9K PRAYER AS A RESPONSE TO HIS CALL
Sr. M. Jose Hobday, O.S.F •••••.••••••.•••.•• Arena
9M HOW TO GET OFF TO A GOOD START -
BEGINNING TEACHERS
Mr. Don Boyd •.•.••••••••.•••••• Orange County Room
9N THE ONLY FAITH YOU CAN SHARE IS
~FAITH Inn at the Park
Mr. ~homas Zanzig •••••••••••••••••• Concourse Room
9P THE DEAF YOUNG PERSON'S
UNDERSTANDING OF GOD
Fr. Anthony Russo, C.SS.R. FUllerton
9R PUPPET MINISTRY
Ms. Betsy Brown Garden Grove III
9S ESE MUNDO DEL HOMBRE Y
ESE HOMBRE DE "QUIEN ••• ?" (Part 2)
Fr. Juan Matas~ L.A. Petit Group •• Garden Grove IV
9T SINGING WITH FEELING AND SOUL
Mr. Grayson Brown
Mr. Larry Adams •••••••••••••••••••••• California B

* Liturgy

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LITURGIES
Friday, February 2
5: 00 p.m.
1. GENERAL LITURGY • • • . • • • • Arena
Principal Celebrant: Bishop William R. Johnson
Theme: "THROUGH THE INTERCESSION OF MARY,
OUR MOTHER, MAY WE BE PURIFIED UNTO
SERVICE IN HIS NAME"
Music: The Dameans
2. GREGORIAN LITURGY . . • • • . • • Anaheim Room
Principal Celebrant: Rev. Joseph Justice
Theme: "THE LORD HAS FULFILLED HIS WORD"
Music: Michael Rocha, St.· John's Seminary Schola
3. LITURGY WITH VISUALS . • . . • • California A Room
Principal Celebrant: Rev. Thomas Welbers
Theme: "OUR EARS HAVE HEARD GOD'S CALL"
Music: Revelation: 22 - St. Elizabeth, Van Nuys
4. BYZANTINE RITE LITURGY • • • • • . • Santa Ana Room
Principal Celebrant: Rev. Fr. John Lucas
Theme: "HE CALLS US EACHaB~e~afiW 11
Music: St. Mary's, Van Nuys

Saturday, February 3
5:00 p.m.
1. GENERAL (YOUTH) LITURGY . . . • . • • • Arena
Principal Celebrant: Rev. Michael Harris
Theme: "THE LOVE OF JESUS, THE GOOD SHEPHERD,
CASTS OUT ALL FEAR
AND LEADS US SAFELY THROUGH"
Music: The St. Louis Jesuits
2. CHARISMATIC LITURGY Anaheim Room
Principal Celebrant: Rev. John Healey
Theme: "HE CALLS US TO A FULL LIFE IN HIS SPIRIT"
Music: Parousia
3. BLACK CULTURE LITURGY • . . • . California A Room
Principal Celebrant: Rev. Clarence Williams
Theme: "HE CALLS {JS ALL TO BE:
YOUNG, GIFTED, AND BLACK"
Music: Grayson Brown with Larry Adams
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4. GENERAL LITURGY . . . . • . . Santa Ana Room
Principal Celebrants: Bishop Hugh Donohoe
Bishop Roger Mahony
Theme: "TO PRAISE THE LORD IS TO BE
NEWLY CREATED PEOPLE, RECONCILED
IN CHRIST TO ONE ANOTHER"
Music: Joe Wise with John Pell
5. LITURGY FOR HARD OF HEARING • . . California B Room
Principal Celebrant: Rev. Anthony Russo
Theme: "NAMELESS PEOPLE ARE UNIMPORTANT;
THEREFORE, SINCE WE HAVE A NAME,
WE HAVE GREAT WORTH BEFORE GOD"
Music: Ken Canedo
6. SPANISH LITURGY • • • . • . .Garden Grove Room
Principal Celebrant: Obispo Juan Arzube
Theme: "DANOS SENOR CONFIANZA EN TI AL
RECORDAR TOOOS TUS BENEFICIOS"
Music: Gente Del Sol - St. Francis Xavier,
Pico Rivera

Sunday, February 4
1. GENERAL LITURGY • • • . . . . • . Arena
Principal Celebrant: Cardinal Timothy Manning
Theme: "HE CALLS US EACH BY NAME"
Music: Music '79
The Samoan Choir - St. Philomena, Carson
2. GENERAL LITURGY . • • • • • . Anaheim Room
Principal Celebrant: Rev. Joseph Champlin
Theme: "HE CALLS US EACH BY NAME"
Music: Gaudeamus - St. Joseph, Hawthorne
3. GENERAL LITURGY • • . . • . california A Room
Principal Celebrant: Rev. John Tickle
Theme: "HE CALLS us EACH BY NAME"
Music: Open Hands - St. Lawrence Martyr,
Redondo Beach

N.B. Liturgy 2 follows workshop 9B


Liturgy 3 follows workshop 9D

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Sunday Liturgy • • • . • . . . . . • . . • • . • • Arena

CELEBRANT AND HOMILIST


His Eminence Cardinal Timothy Manning
(Arahbishop of Los Angeles)
CONCELEBRANTS
Most Reverend Jean Jadot
(Apostolia Delegate to the United States)
Most Reverend William R. Johnson
(Bishop of Orange)
Most Reverend Hugh A. Donohoe
(Bishop of Fresno)
Most Reverend John J. Ward
Most Reverend Juan A. Arzube
Most Reverend Roger Mahony
Most Reverend Thaddeus Shubsda
Most Reverend Manuel D. Moreno
Reverend Monsignor Benjamin G. Hawkes
Reverend Monsignor John K. Clarke
Reverend Monsignor John A. Rawden
Reverend Monsignor Leland J. Boyer
And Other Priests
COMMENTATOR
Mr. Kenneth Poole
LECTORS
Miss Carol Cowgill
Mrs. Consuelo Garcia
Mr. Lionel Roberts
MEDITATION
Mr. Harry Steinmetz
PRAYER OF THE FAITHFUL
Sister Elizabeth O'Keefe, R.S.H.M.
MUSIC
Special Group for the 1979 Congress
Directors: Paul Ford, Ron Griffen, Bob Hurd
and
The Samoan Choir of St. Philomena Parish, Carson

***
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GENERAL NOTE:

The musia seleations for the Closing Liturgy


of our 1979 Congress were guided by the meaning
of the Saripturoe readings assigned for the Fifth
Sunday of the Year (B). The Gospel reading and
the passage from the Book of Job have as their
ahief theme: whatever the human misery, the
depth of our despair, Jesus Christ aomes as Good
News to our world. In response to this Word from
our Father, we must open our hearts to his healing
influenae and aarry this Word to our sisters and
brothers.

ENTRANCE HYMN

This famous hymn, in a new translation, is a para-


phrase of Psalm 46. The psalm aelebrates God's
far-surpassing power over all in the world that
might frighten us. God's might comes to unique
foaus in our Lord Jesus Christ. Using this hymn
that is espeaially dear to our brothers and sis-
ters in other Christian communities, errrphasizes
the conviation we all share: Jesus is Lord, even
in our nuclear age.

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A Mighty Fortress Is Our God
Martin Luther (1483-1546) EIN' FESTE BURG
Tr. Composite (1974) Martin Luther (1483-1546)

I' 1. A
F
migh-
2 . No strength
3. Though hordes
4. God's Word
F r J3 r
ty
of
of
for-
for-
ours
de-
ev-
tress
can
vi 1s
er
EJ
is
match
fi 11
sha 11
J J
our
his
the
a-
God,
might!
land
bide

I' 1. A
2. We
3. All
4. No
FI r
sword
would

thanks
and
be
threat- 'ning
to
~ ~
shield
lost,
to
foes,
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re-
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who
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vour
fear
rious,
ed,
us,
it

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2. But
3. We
4. For
I
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r r J3 r
breaks

trem-
God
the
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ble
him-
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ch am-
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self
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pion
un-
fights
[J .J J.
pres-
comes
moved
by
sor's
to
we
our
rod
fight
stand;
side

I' 1. And
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2. Whom
3. They
4. With
wins
God
can-
wea-
sal-
him-
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pons
J
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self
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3. Let
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old
ask
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they
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who
world's
to
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tan-
this
ty-
take
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may
rant
our
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I' 1.
2. The
3. In
J
Has

4. Goods,
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sworn
Lord
bat-
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to
of
tle
or,
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work
Hosts
we' 11
child
Fus
is
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or

woe!
he!
gage!
spouse,
Words c 1975, Inter-Lutheran Commission on Worship. Used with permission .

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A Mighty Fortress Is Our God (Continued)

J J
It) I
1. With
F
craft
r
and dread- ful might
2. Christ Je- sus, migh- ty Lord,
3. His mi gh t is doomed to fail;
4. Though life be wrenched a- way,

J J J I

1. He arms him- self to fight,


2. God's on- ly Son, a- dored.
3. God's j udg- ment must pre- va i l.!
4. They can- not win the day!

r r •I J J' -3-J I j.
1. On earth he has no e- qual.
2. He holds the field v i c- · to- rious.
3. One lit- tle word can throw - - him.
4. The king- dom 1 s ours for- ev- er.

To be sung simultaneously with the English:

1. Castillo fuerte es nuestro Dios, I defensa y buen escudo, I


con su poder nos l ibrara I en todo trance agudo. I Con
furia y con afan I acosanos Satan: I por armas deja ver I
astucia y gran poder, I cual el no hay en la tierra.
2. Nuestro valor es nada aqui, I con el todo es perdido; I
mas con nosotros luchara I de Dios el escogido. I Es
nuestro Rey Jesus, I el que venci6 en la cruz, I Senor y
Salvador, I y siendo el solo Dios, I el triunfa en la
batal la.
3. Y si demonios mil estan I prontos a devorarnos, I no
temeremos, porque Dios I sabra como ampararnos. I Que
muestre su vigor I Satan, y su furor! I Danarnos no
podra, I pues condenado es ya I por la Palabra ~anta.
4. Esa palabra del Senor, I que el mundo no apetece, I por
el EspTritu de Dios I muy firme permanece. I Nos pueden
despojar I de bienes, nombre, hogar, I el cuerpo
destruir, I mas siempre ha de existir I de Dios, el
Reino eterno.

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A Mighty Fortress Is Our God (Continued)

,, Martin Luther (1483-1546)


Tr. J. Clifford Evers

FI F F
5. A migh- ty for- tre ss
6. The wa-ters of his
D rI is
CJ J J
our
good- ness
EIN 1 FESTE BURG
Martin Luther (1483-1546)

God,
flow Through-
F
A
I
7. Be- hold his won- drous deeds of peace, The

l' r s.
~
bul-wark nev- er
6. out his ho- ly
j ~
liJ IJ.
fa i 1- ing,
FI F F~
Pro-tect-ing us with
rI

,,
ci- ty' And gladden hearts of
7. God of our sal- va- ti on; He knows our wars and

J J FI J j J JJJ I j . I
5.
CJ r
staff and rod, Hi s pow- er
'--
a 11 pre-va i 1- ing.
J
What
6. those who know His ten-der-ness and pi- ty. Tho'
7. makes them cease In ev- 'ry land and na- t ion. The

J #J I j. j I J
1&
s.
:J
if the
:J
na-tions rag e And
:J :J
r I f" I
surg- i ng seas ram-page;

,,
6. na-t ions stand un- sure, God's king-dom sha 11 en-du re;
7. warriors spear and lance Are splintered by his glance ;

~
I• ~ ~ I ~- ~ I ~ j ~ JI
I
5. What tho'
F
the moun-tains fall,
The Lord is God of
6. His pow- er sha 11 re- main, His peace sha 11 ev-er
7. The guns and nu-clear might Stand withered in his

1g ~· FI r ~ j ~ ~"---=---
~ J I J. II
s. all; On earth is not his e- qual.
6. reign, Our God, the God of Ja- cob.
7. sight; The Lord of hosts is with us .
Words C> 1964, World Library of Sacred Music, Cincinnati , OH 45214. All rights reserved.

32
' ·~
Lord, Have Mercy
"Deus Genitor alme" Mass XVIII

'' n n.p >Jd J


Ky- ri- e * e-
1·q
le- i- son. ij. Chri-ste _e-
er er h r , 1
le-i-son. ij.

'' nnn;.Ph1wn®* crEfttu r 1


Ky- ri- e e-le-i-son. Ky- ri- e e- le-i-son.

Glory To God
REFRAIN: John Foley, S.J.

I'~ J. J J I J. 1 W r·
Glo- ry to God in the high- est, - - - and

CJ F. I j j '!·21 ). -· I)
peace to his peo- ple on earth. - - -
o 1978, John B. Foley, S.J. and NALR, Phoenix, AZ. 85029. All rights rnervect. UIOd with
permission.

FIRST REAVING: Job 7:1-4,6-7

The reading from Job, proclaimed in Spanish and


English verse by verse, allows us to contemplate
the depths of human despair. Jesus came in
history and comes in our Eucharistic liturgy to
lead us to the heights of Christian hope, expressed
so well in our Lady's Canticle, the Magnifiaat, to
be sung at Corrununion time.

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Response
RESPONSE: Bob Hurd

I'~ I= J
Praise the
JI j
Lord who
rI f' r I .j
heals the
J ., J
bro-ken- heart-
I J.
ed.
=II
o 1978, Bob Hurd.

SECOND REAVTNG: I Corinthians 9:16-19, 22-23


The reading f!'om First Corinthians, part of a con-
tinuous reading from this letter throughout t he
first six Sundays of the year, reminds us of our
call to spread the Good News.

Gospel Acclamation

1&~ • • • •• r- • • • r- n .. II
@)

Al- le- lu- ia ! Al--le- lu- ia!- Al- le-- lu--ia!

GOSPEL: Mark 1:29-39


As Jesus walked out into the crowds of Capernaum,
the deacon processes to the center of our assembly
and proclaims the ever-new Gospel of the Lord
which we must bring to the people in our neighbor-
hoods.

Response
Byzantine
,,~
~ ?~ ~
Praise to you, 0
,,
Christ!
~ ~ ~ ~
Praise to you, 0
H
Christ!

,,~
~ ~ ~ ~
Praise to you, Lord
E
Je- SUS
J II
Christ!
II

34
OFFERTORY HYMN
:this traditional folk song reminds us of the price-
less yet free gifts we have in the Word of God and
the Tree of Life. Our Eucharistic Lord continues
to put an end to our trials with his own Body and
Blood.

,,.,
All My Trials, Lord
Spiritual

I J. J I
........_____..... J> j } J
II=
Al 1 my tri- als, ------
Lord, ------ e

1,## I J. J I ]>....___.J ) J :Ii


soon
o ........___.... be o-- ver. -- -----0

;;
1& 'I. The• Lord • • •• • • • • ••

....--
be with you. IC And al- so with you.

I',, ••
'I. Lift up

• • •
'/. Let
;;

us
• .: ;.

give

thanks
I

your hearts. ft. We lift them up

• • ;
to
• ;; ; • •

the Lord
; •
our

to

the Lord.

••
God.
I
I

I' • • •
ft. It is right
• •
to give

him
__.-._
-~
tha.nks

and
... •·
praise.

35
I
Holy
Bob Hurd

1,1/1 - I - I J J fl
Ho- Jy, Ho- - ly,
r I J JJ Ho- ly -
j
Lord,

I' #1# J J D F I II I J
God of po-wer and might. Hea- ven aRd ----
eart~~ are


~
### J ) J' J~
J 3J I D I J.
..___,,. 'I J~ I J J. I
full of your glo- - - ry. - - - Ho- san.- na

1& #/ J'J j J J I .. I II
-
~
in - - ·the - high- est. Bless-ed is

1,..# r·
he
'~I~ who comes in
F ~ ~ F ~ I iJ. , Ji
the name of the Lord. Ho-

1&'t# §J d. I J J ;J J J I ~
u J. ' J~
san.,. . na in - - the - high- est, Ho-

1,..# J ;J. I JJ J jJ I II j II
san- na in - - the - high- est.
o 1978, F.E.L. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

36
Eucharistic Acclamation
Lucien Deiss

l~-1 )
l

~ I ~- . p p Jl ~- ~ Jl
e.J 1i1
Keep in mind that Je- SUS Christ has died for

16 ~
~ l

~ Jl
r
us and
p a a
is ri- sen
~
from the
J.
dead.
r
He

16 ~1 f ~ ~ p I
_L

z~ ~ Jl I F ~ ~ I ~ ~ II
is our sav- ing Lord, he is joy for all a ... ges.

e> 1964, World Library of Sacred Music, Cincinnati, OH 45214. All rights reserved.

Great Amen
La:Pgo Byzantine

1$• ~ ?
A- men!
µ
A-
~
men!
I"
tI'
A-:
II
men!
II

37
Lord's Prayer

• • •• •• • • • • ••
Our Fa-ther, who art in hea- ven, hal-lowed be thy name;
I
•• • • • • • • • • •
thy king-dom come; thy will be done on earth as it is

•• • • • • • • • •• •
in hea- ven. Give us this day our dai-ly bread; and

14~ .. • • •
for-give us our tres- pass- es
• ••
I
• • •
as we for-give
• •
those

who tres- pass


• •
a·- •• ••
gainst us; and lead
• • •
• • us• not in- to

•• • • • • • • ;; •• II
temp- ta- ti on, but de- liv- er us from e- vi 1.

,,~ • • •
• • ~·I
For the king-dom, the pow' r and the glo-ry are
••
yours,

,,~ • • ~- ~ II
••
now and for ev- er.

38
-
Lamb of God
Mass IX

Ag- nus De- i, * qui tol-


r
l is pee- ca-
El

ta mun- di: mi- se- re- re no- bis. Ag-

nus De- i, *qui tol- l is pee-ca-ta mun- di: mi-

1' Jill
se-
n n nn 11, ;J1aa m
re- re- no- bis. Ag- nus De- i,
1

1' ar rrrrr r ~ EI nrrr r hJJ


qui tol- 1 is
1

pee-ca- ta mun- di:


1
do-

1, '3J iJ :D JJ JJ I
na no- bis pa- cem.

COMMUNION HYMNS

Jesus knows the troiibles of Job and of all the


human family and He awaits our invitation to
walk across the troUbled waters of our lives
and to take up his healing residence in our
hearts. His love for us is unending and his
light drives out our darkness.

39
Nobody Knows' The Trouble I've Seen
Traditional
l

J> j. J1
~
No-
J
bod- y knows the
LI F r
trou- ble I've seen.
l

} I j
J~ J }
No- bod- y knows by
J.
Je- SUS.
J I ~ J } J.
!
No- bod- y knows the
J1

r r r r
trou- ble I've seen,
r
Glo- ry'
~
J
F I :J J II
hal- le- lu- jah!

Walk Across The Water

.
CHORUS: Ron_Griffen

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l

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Walk a- cross

t@tJ>
r· ~
the
Jl
wa- ter,
....___,.,
Lord,
~

!
~ ~
Walk a- cross -
}
the
I CJ

sea.
!
~ ~a-
Walk

cross
~
the

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wa- ter, - Lord. Walk a- - cross,- walk a- cross,-

~
o _____:;;.O II
walk a-- cross - the sea.
Cl 1978, F.E.L. All rights reserved . Used with permission.

40
Alleluia, Lord
Bob Hurd

- -
'''i -
,,& J J
J J. I
Al- le-

r
lu-
j J I
ia,

rJ
J J I
Al-

e
le-

-=::;:::::: !~
j
lu-

"'e
ia,
j

Al- le- lu- ia, Lord.

1&& -. J I j j -· JI J j
Your love is un- end- ing .

I&&
@)
- J JI J j 1:1 ...........___ I ::::::711 I
Al- le- lu- ia, Lord .
Cl 1978, Bob Hurd.

I Am The Light Of The World

,,## j J JI ~
J
J
rI j J JI
Greg Hayakawa

0
am the Light of the World, says the Lord.

I,._ J J ~ J I J. 1 I J J :l J J I 0
I
He who fol-lows me will have the Light of Life.
Cl 1978, Greg Hayakawa.

COMMUNION MEVITATION
Mary's Song of Joy, the Christian response to
the misery of Job , is sung by the Sainoan choir,
representing the more than- 30 language/ethnic
corrmunities in our Southern California Catholic
family.
41
RECESSIONAL HYMNS
Refreshed in spirit by the Spirit of our Lord,
Jesus Christ, we sing a new song of joy as we
carry this Good News from the Father into our
world. We have nothing to fear for we know
we are called and cared for by na;ne.

Sing A New Song


Joyfully, with spirit Dan Schutte, S.J.
l

J' r I r. r
Sing a new song un-to the Lord; let your song be

1,# j
r r F r· I J J I c r
sung from moun-tains high. Sing a new song

F I J I iJ)-11
,,. un- to the

CJ
Lord, sing-ing

J I J JI J JI J JI J J
1. Yah- weh's peo- pie dance for joy.
al- le-

0
Ju-

come be-
ia.

,,.
2. Rise, 0 chi I- dren, from your sleep; Your Sa- vi or
3. Glad my soul for I have seen the glo- ry

j
r rTJ?r J I J J I j J
1. fore the Lord. And play for Him on
2. now has come. He has turned your
3. of the Lord. The tr um- pet sounds; the

i•• J J. J I j J i · r F I
1. glad tam-hour- ines, and let your trum-pet sound.
2. sor- row to
j

joy, and filled your soul with song.


'
J I §J All
3. d·e ad shal I be raised, I know my Sa- v 'i or lives.

• 1872, 1974, Danlel L. Schutle and NALR


42
He Calls Us Each By Name
(Theme Song for the 1979 Religious Education Congress, L.A.)
Ron Griffen Ron Griffen

-
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=II
eJ
D D/C# Em7/B A D D/C#

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He calls us each by name- to be one with each

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Em7/B A

o-ther. - -
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'l JiJ J Ji
To share our gift of faith, -
n Ju:~. Em7/B A

£J
to give
D D/C# Em7/B A D D/C#

j i JJI JJ J J> , J JI J J
____J.___.
love - to our sis-ter and our - bro-ther.
Em7/B A D D/c#

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He calls us each by name.
CODA

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A D D/C$ Em7/B
-
A D
- II
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jj

He calls us each by name.


A

i l Pf]
,- Em7/B A G

l, In the still-ness is a voice - that


D ~ ~ G

1& #3 J J [4) t J J J I J J £1 ' J J J J


11
speaks to me, I have cre-a-ted you, formed you. from the
F#m D ~
~-
I@ # J A I r LJ
A G
t!J I J J. ! 4__3 J J. d I
clay. Live not in fear for I have re-deemed you.-
G A

~-# J J J j....___.... J J J J ,, I
call you by your name - and you are mine. II

C> 1978, Ron Gritten. Used with permission.

43
He Ca/ls Us Each By Name (Cont'd.)

A G

2. When we pass thru 1 rag~ing wa-ters He is


G

JJ J. ~ •I J
with us. When the fire of death is near we shall not
A G F#m
~

1,.# J J1 I u· r J J JI
burn.
' The ri- vers shal 1
F
be stilled and the

,,.# D

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Bm

J. J areJ
flames
G
wil 1 dis- ap- pear.
----- We
A

it§'# J J J J j.....___J ~
I
J J «> I
pre- cious in His eyes, - He loves us so.

1,.# - Em7/B A

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G

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A

£3 a
3. We are chi 1-dren - ca I led to be Hi~
D Bm Em G

1&## J.....____.,.J' ¥ ,F~. I J J J J J J j


own.-- \Ve are wit- ness ----
-- to His gift of

love. Let the na- tions come to- ge-ther - to


D Bm
.,
1&'# J •I J 3 J I

J •I
sing His song of praise. We are
A

a
G

,, ## J j JJ JJ ¥ J ltR=>J., 2· II
called and now we an-swer, "I am - here."----

44
vv~--v-vv ____ vv_v ___ v-vv_v __ v _____ v __ v ___________ _
,) '(
t
)
Because of an oversight we regret that ~
(
t Most Reverend Phillip F. Straling ~
~ (Bishop of San Bernardino) ~
~ and ~
~ Most Reverend Thomas Clavel ~
t
)
(Auxiliary Bishop of Orange) ~
(

~ were not included on page 28 in the list of ~


t concelebrants for our final liturgy. We are ~
t most happy to have them with us. Though ~
~ their names appear here, they are very much ~
t up front in our thoughts and prayers. ~
) <
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ACKNOWLEVGMENTS
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WoMh-lp (c..opy!Ugh:t 1975 J, a.nd Aug.obUll.g Pubwh-lng
liouoe; ANV Woll..ld UbJtaJLy 06 Sa.Med Muo-<.c., C-<.ncht-
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ml6.o-<.on. 06 Mtt. Ron. G!Ufifie.n..
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EVALUATION FORM 1979

.
NAME - --- -
(optional)

Of the workshops you attended, please PRINT the last name of the

speaker, then fill in the letter of the workshop (in "Ses. No."

column) and evaluate the workshop in each category according to

the following number system:

4 = Excellent 3 = Good 2 Fair 1 = Poor

Speaker's '-es. overall Coverage of Knowledge l:ow Practical


Last Name Reaction to Subject Gained for Me
.,,_,,_ ..,_ No. ~-
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Evaluate the General Assemblies attended. Use number system on reverse side.

I
Marilyn Van Derbur Fri. a.m . Dr. James Dobson I Sat. p.m.
II

Rev. Dr. John Westerhoff Sat. a.m. Rev. John Tickle l Sun a.m.
I

PLEASE COMMENT ON THE FOLLOWING:

1. Do overall contents of Congress meet needs of the participants? ~~yes no

2. How many Congresses have you attended? How would you rate this Congress?

3. Cornmen ts on the Liturgies: __ ·-· _ _ _

4. Comments on the Music :

a. at the Liturgies :~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~---,-~~~~~~


._ . --' ~

b. before General Assemblies: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~--:-..,.--~~~


5. General Conunents: _

6. Specific suggestions for improvement of Congress: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~-..,.....,.,..-~~~~

7. Comments on Exhibitors: _

8. Suggested future speakers: Speaker Subject

n - .:. ~ "" - _______,,.___

9. I would hope for workshops in the following: -· . ·~