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Non.Profit Organization
Los Angeles Religious Education U.S. Pos�
CONGRESS
PAID
LosAngeles, Calif.
Permit No. 31795
1520 West Ninth Street, Los Angeles, California 90015
,
YOUTH DAY
Thursday, March 6, 1980
S CH EDU L E
8:30 Music in the Arena 12: 15 Lunch
9:00 Opening Session I: 30 P.M. Workshops
9:45 A.M. Workshops 2:45 Rally in the Arena
11: 00 LITURGY 3:30 Dismissal

COMPLETE TI-!E REGISTRATION FORM AND RETURN WITH $3.00 BY JANUARY 18, 1980, TO:
YOUTH DAY - OFFICE OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
1520 West Ninth Street
Los Angeles, California 90015
= The fee for YOUTH DAY is $3.00, which must accompany the r0:gistration.
There will be no refunds after the close of pre-registration (January 18th).
Late registration fee (after January 18th) is $4.00, and will be accepted
until all workshops are filled.
There will be NO registration on YOUTH DAY.

Use one form for each person.


This registration form may be duplicated, or more forms may be ordered from
the Office of Religious Education.

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Please select three (3) workshops from 1st Choice: A B C D E F G H I J K L M
the list of workshops. CIRCLE the let­
ter of the workshops you choose. You 2nd Choice: A B C D E F G H J KL M
will be assigned one in the morning and
one in the afternoon. 3rd Choice: A B C D E F G H I J K L M
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* In this space enter your SCHOOL CODE if you attend Catholic school, or PARISH
CODE if you are· a CCD student. See Registration Guidebook for lists of par­
ish, Catholic high school, and diocesan CODES.
YOUTH DAY, MARCH 6, '1980
A CALL TO CELEBRATION
Over the past several years, we have seen a continued growth in
Youth Ministry in the parishes throughout our di,oceses. Part of
helping that growth is the opportunity to gather thlese young peo­
. ple from these parishes and schools to celebrate the vitality and
life they experience on the local level and the need to see that they
are part of a larger Church and family.
The enthusiasm of 7500 young people comiog together in
prayer, worship, reflection, and community is a sign of their in­
volvement and influence in the family of the Church. They are the
young Church of today and have a real part in the: theme of our
Congress: FAMILY- TOGETHER IN HIS LOVB.
Over the years, we hav.e asked for evaluations of this day and
have taken seriously those recommendations. This year you will
see a change in our schedule and an excellent selection of speakers
to help make the day more responsive to the needs of our youth.
We hope and pray together that this day will be a celebration, a
support to you, and a continuing encouragement for the youth of
these dioceses.
Fr. Lloyd Torgerson
Associate Director, Office of
Religiou� Education (CCD)

GENERAL INFORMATION
YOUTH DAY
ACTIVITIES
Another exciting Youth Day An ADULT mu1st accompany This year's Youth Day will
has been planned for this year at each group olf FIFTEEN begin with bluegrass music by
the Anaheim Convention STUDENTS. Adults are asked• The Pilgrim Friars, followed by
Center. All students from to register and to attend the a short address by Fr. Jim Oehl.
Catholic and public schools,
0
workshops. The morning workshops will be
grades 9 thi:ough 12 are invited followed by the liturgy, with
to attend. College students are The SCHEDULIE for the day Cardinal Manning as celebrant.
also welcome. is as follows: The music at the. liturgy will .be
8:30 Music in the Arena presented by Gente de! Sol of
Registration forms are in the 9:00 Opening Session Pico Rivera.
Guidebook and additional 9:45 A.M. Workshops
forms are available through the 11:00 LITURGY During the lunch period The
Office of Religious Education, 12:15 Lunch New Vibrations, a group com­
youth ministry groups, Catholic 1:30 P.M. Workshops posed of students from several
high schools, and parishes. The 2:45 Rally in the Arena South Central area high
form in the Guidebook may be 3:30 Dismissal schools, will entertain.
used or duplicated. Following the afternoon
workshops, all will gather in the
There will be food booths at
Complete the registration the Convention Center, but Arena for an exciting RALLY,
form, and be sure to indicate ,lines are long, so w,e encourage which will be· conducted by
your choices of workshops from you to bring your own lunches. Bishop Manuel Moreno and
the list. Please register Father Mike ,Nocita. The
EARLY. Only 7500 persons can Information about the liturgy Pilgrim Friars will furnish the
be accepted and you do not and the music will! be in the music.
want to miss out. There will be. packet with your tickets. This
NO REGIST RATIONS on opportunity to become familiar
Youth Day. with the music before Youth BANNERS
Day will allow y01u to share
WORKSHOPS ARE LISTED more fully in the Youith Liturgy. We encourage all youth
ON PAGE 2 Note: the time for the liturgy is groups to submit a banner in
11 a.m. this year's contest. Make the
The REGISTRATION FEE ARENA COME ALIVE! Every­
is $3 for each person. Return Evaluation forms will be in one can contribute. Let your
your registration form with · your packet, and we encourage parish family be represented.
your payment to this office. your comments. Details on page 32.
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A. CONVERSATION W ITH F. MY LIFE/YOUR MASS: J. TOOLS OF PRAYER
THE CARDINAL WHAT'S THE CONNEC­ ........ ..The Pilgrim Friars
.Cardinal Timothy Manning TION? Seven young Dominicans invite
Here is an opportunity to ...Deacons Bob Juarez and you in their workshop to ex­
speak to the leader of the arch­ Steve Sallot perience prayer involving the
diocese. He enjoys and listens This worksh,::,p will present an wI:iol,e person: all the senses -
to young people, and this will opportunity for deeper in­ sight, so�nd, and movement.
be a time of reflection and sights into the meaning of the We will snare in an American
sharing with him about the Mass. You will experience experience of the family to­
hopes and concerns of the what lies behind: banners, gether in God's love through
Church. Father Don Kimball • guitars, missalettes, page gospel bluegrass and contem­
will be with the Cardinal at the numbers, v,estments, candles, porary Christian music, mime
workshop. bread and wine. and media;

G. ALL IN TlilE FAMILY


B. RAISING PARENTS IN TO­ ........... James C. Kolar K. WHEN YOU GO BANA­
"What's God got to do with NAS, BUNCH TOGETHER!
DAY'S WORLD
the situatio n that I'm in right ........San Gabriel Valley
.......Clayton C. Barbeau
now?" Thie focus of this Youth Council
One of the great challenges
workshop will be directed to This workshop will involve
confronting young people today
putting thatt question in per­ audience participation. A team
is coping with parental
spective to, your relationship of adults, young adults, and
hangups. The aim of this work­
with God, your family, and high school youth will share
shop is to give insights and
yourself. the benefits they have experi­
pointers on ways to deal with
enced from working together
these problems so that families
as an area cluster devoted to
may work together to build
Youth Ministry.
better relationships.
H. MY JESUS IS NOT BORING
Fr. Michael Manning, S.J.D.
Jesus is a person who is con­ L. JESUS: CHOSEN SON OF A
tinually ch,allenging us to grow. CHOS�N FAMILY
C. STAR TREK: A MODERN He is never satisfied with where ......Donna Maree Wanland
PARABLE we are but is constantly calling Jesus' roots were deep, strong
.............Betsy Caprio us from o ur plateaus of com­ and very Jewish. His humanity
The super-popular TV series placency..If we accept his chal­ as well as his divinity sprung
(and new movie) STAR TREK lenge we w·ill convey our excite­ from very holy ground. This'
is loaded with spiritual ideas. ment and joy to others. workshop will approach Jesus'
When we can connect with humanity through the wealth
these, we find our TV and of his Jewish family heritage.
movie viewing leading to reli­
I. EVANGELIZATION BEGINS
gious experience. AT HOME!
.... ; .Roger and Dianne Miller M. THE LAST DAYS OF THE
Through the experience of this CHURCH
workshop, you will hear God ......Fr. Tom Weston, S.J.
inviting Y•OU to look and see, to What do you really know
D. BUMS AND BALLOONS! listen and hear, all the ways he about our Church? Allow a
.............. John Engels is loving you in the nitty­ dynamil!° teacher to take you
Most of us have good feelings grittyness of your daily f�mily through the chaos of change
about others; We care. We're life. This: renewed- awareness is from Vatican I through
interested in being all that we the beginning of living your Vatican II ,and bey�d. Meet
can be to others, but one ques­ call to "go forth" and witness the people who have made the
tion keeps .nagging us: HOW? his love to others. difference in our Church.
How do we turn good feelinas
into actions that really help?

E. SERVING: THE JESUS WAY


............ Fr. Mike Foley
We really can grow in our con­
cern, COf!lpetence, and con­
fidence in the care of others.
This presentation will offer
some very concrete steps for
developing our helping skills
and for making the servant
heart of Jesus become our
own. San Gabriel Valley Youtll Council
A CALL TO CONGRESS 80.
Fanti]}'.. For each of us the word conjures up all kines of
memories and images. Most dictionaries in defining family refer
to such phrases as "members of a common houseliold;' and
"people having a co,mmo·n ancestry.'; · ·
As we gather at our 1980 Religious Education Congress, we do
so as a family. We indeed have a comman an�estr-y as bro�hers
and sisters of the Lord. We are members . of a , co'mmon
household-the Church. It is most appropriate, .then, that one of
the prineipal celebrations of the year of the family should be our
gathering. We come together to rejoice in the life we share and the
ministry we offer to all our brothers and sisters in the human
family. We know that our Chief Celebrant is the Lord Jesus, who
assures us the gift of the Spirit to guide all of us on our pilgrim REV. MSGR. JOHN F. BARRY.
way to the eternal household of the Father. Director, Office of
With joy we once again place this Congress under the protec­ Religious Education (CCD)
tion of the Mother of God and of out Christian Family. Archdiocese of Los Angeles

GENERAL ASSEMBLIES TIE IT ALL TOGETHER!


In keeping with the theme of SAGE, led by Tony Azletine, fen. The theme of the morning
FAMILY-TOGETHER IN and a talk by Father Raymond praise wiU be ARE WE A
HIS LOVE, you are invited to Brown, "NEW TESTAMENT FAMILY TOGETHER IN HIS
explore, share, and witness his R E S E A R C H A N D THE LOVE? and then Dr-. Elinor
love as his children. Keeping in CATECH/ST AS A THINKING Ford will share some thoughts'
mind that the Eucharistic meal CHRISTIAN. " with us in her talk, "PARENTS
on Sunday will be the highlight Saturday evening will begin AND TEACHERS: MAKING
of the Congress experience, t}1e with a family concert by Ellis RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
General Assemblies will center and Lynch with the theme ARE COME ALIVE."
on ways to bring each of us in WE A FAMILY TOGETHER?
touch with that' experience. Then Dolores Curran will bring The questions, ARE WE A
On Friday night, Dr. Leo .us a timeiy message entitled FAMILY? ARE WE A FAMILY
Buscaglia will speak about "FAMILY: A CATECHETI- TOGETHER? ARE WE A
"L O VE-.THE PERFECT C'AL CHALLENGE OF THE FAMILY TOGETHER IN HIS
BRIDGE. "Ron Griffen and his B0's." LOVE? lead to the closing ex-
group, Leaven, will begin the Sunda};'s General Assembly perience of FAMILY where Ou�
evening in song, exploring the will be taken from the Liturgy · Lord gathers us to share his
question: ARE WE A FAMILY? of the Hours, Morning Praise, meal and where we all will be
The S a turday morning led by Paul Ford 1 with John "FAMILY-TOGETHER IN
Assembly will feature the music West, Bob Hurd, and Ron Grif- HIS LOVE."

THE POWER OF LOVE


Leo F. Buscaglia, Ph.D. HE'LL MAKE US THINK!
Reverend Raymond E. Brown, S.S.S.

Catholic hunger for Bible MEN T RESEAR CH -A ND


study has grown even faster T HE C ATECH IST A S A
than the national debt, so we THINKING CHRISTIAN."
are extremely fortunate to have "Many read the New Testa­
the man designated by TIME ment for theirown spirituality,
magazine as "probably the doctrine or other reasons, -but it
premier· Catholic Scripture is not easy to discover the mean­
scholar in the U.S." to share ing of'authors who wrote 2000
·some of his knowledge with us years ago in a .very different
at the General Assembly on world," he says. "The struggle
Satu,rday morning - Father · of scholars to uncover such
Raymond E. Brown, Auburn meaning may seem esoteric or
Professor of Biblical Studies at irrelevant to the ordinary
The Friday evening general Union Theological Seminary in ·.catechist, but they make us
assembly will feature Dr. Leo , New York City. · realize even beginning Church
Busca_ g lia, speaking about
In his address, Father Brown existence was not simple. It was
(Please turn to next page) will examine "NEW TEST A- (Please turn to next page)
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SHE'S A FAMILY. SHE'LL HELP as
SPECIALIST! "GET IT TOGETHER"
Dolores Curran Elinor R. Ford, Ed.D.
Millions of people know From a four-year term as
Dolores Curran from her Tq_/ks Superintendent of Schools, Ar­
With Parents newspaper col­ chdiocese of New York, Dr.
umn which appears i n 52 Elinor Ford went to Fordham
diocesan papers nationwide; University in New,York'where
still' more have i-ea'ci her mariy she is Professor of Education in
books about family religious the Division of Administration,
education. As always, she will Policy and Urban Education.
provide thought-provoking and At Congress 1980 she will share
inspirational insights for all in her wealth of'edueation and ex­
her General Assembly talk and perience as teacher, admini­
in two workshops. strator, lectur:er and writer· in
Speaking from her experience the Sunday morning General
as one of the drafters of the Assembly talk: "PARENTS
Plan of Pastoral Action for "TELEVISION AND TO­ AND TEACHERS: MAKING
Family Ministry, Dolores will DAY'S FAMILY" (8E), will RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
address the Saturday evening be an exploration of how COME ALIVE." The theme of
General' Assembly with the parents and educators may use her address will be exploring
topic "FAMILY: A CATE­ this major child shaper to instill ways that parents and teachers
CHE T ICAL CHALLENGE Christian values. may support each other, and
OF THE 80'S"-a look at the Dolores Curran · earned a how by working together they
Catholic famity of yesterday, Bachelor of Education degree can make Jesus come alive to
today and tomorrow, and how from the University of Wiscon­ young people today.
we can begin to minister to the sin and has taught high school In addition, Dr. Ford will
total parish family without English, adult professional present two workshops:
slighting other parish needs. writing, college composition,
In her workshop·, "WHAT IS remedial English for the disad­ "MODELS OF TEACHING
THE HEALTHY CATHOLIC vantaged, and high school RELIGIOUS EDUCATION''
FAMILY?" (3E), she will iden- religion. Her articles are fre­ (3M) will be devoted to an ex­
tify ten traits found in the quently published in religion ploration of the works of such
healthy Catholic family and journals, and she· served as people as Piaget, Carl Rogers,
show how healthy families may presenter of the Family Pastoral Jerome Bruner, James Fowler,
be tapped as ministers to less Ministry Plan, U.S. f\ishop's and William J. J. Gorpon. Em­
healthy families. Meeting, in 1978. phasis will be on an application
of these theories through class­
room practices , in religious
Buscaglia (continued) His Friday night talk will education.
show us that love is the answer
''L OVE-TH E PER FE C T to many of our questions, and "HELPING FAMILIES
BRIDGE.'' He will explore the will set an inspirational tone to WITH PARENTING" (9M)
ways of love as it serves to con­ our experience of "family" dur­ will explore precise ways that
nect us with nature, with our­ ing Congress 1980. religious educators can help
selves, with others, and with parents deal with the challlenges
God. Brown (continued) o f parenting in today's
society. Emphasis will be on a
He believes that love is the imperative then, as now, to be a parenting devoted to the crea­
main ingredient, and through thinking Christian." tion of a real family experience.
many books, articles, profes­
sional papers, and talks, Dr. I n his w o r k s h o p, "A
Buscaglia has shared his exper­ T H INKING CHRIS TIAN
tise in the field of language and READS THE NARRATIVES
speech as applied to children OF JESUS' PASSION AND
with. special needs. He is Proles­ DEATH" (SA), he will take
sor of Education in the Depart­ the theme of the General Ses­
ment of Special Education at sion and apply it to one specific
the University of Southern area of the New Testament,
California and is a recognized namely the Passion Narratives
authority on the education of to be read in Holy Week. The
except.ional children. D r. timeliness of the topic promises
ijuscaglia received the 1977-78 to heighten and deepen the
award for teaching excellence at meaning of Easter for those
USC. who hear this presentation.
s
(The following workshops are listed alphabetically according to speaker.)
CREATING AND SIGN SONG
RELATING/FAMILY Ken Canedo
IN OUR TIME A. Deaf people, because·
Clayton C. Barbeau they cannot hear, can�
True not enjoy music.
His experience as the father or B. Music c a n h e l p to
of eight children, as well as False . bridge the gap between
work as a licensed Marriage­ the hearing w<;>rld and
Family-Child Counselor, makes the deaf world.
Clayton C. Barbeau a valuable If you answered "false" to
contributor to our family­ either of the above statements
centered congress this year. then a surprise awaits you -
A former teacher of high both statements are TRUE.
school CCD, and a former col­ Deacon Ken Canedo is some­
umnist for The Catechist, he is one who may be familiar to
author of many books and ar­ many Congress-go�rs. He is
ticles dealing with the spiritual "that crazy piano player" of
and m o r a l f o r m a tion o f PRACTICAL TIPS the Congress final liturgies of
children. FOR CATECHISTS the past several years. What
''C OMM U N I C A T I N-G Don Boyd many people don't realize is
OUR SELVES" (2B), will "Reflection on the Scrip­that Ken is a partially deaf per­
focus on how effectively we son who has gone on to become
tures, particularly the prophets
reach those around us. Whether a musician in· spite of his han­
and apostles, teaches that we
parents or teachers, what we dicap. He has one liturgical ,
are called from all walks of life
bring to any relationship is album, TAKE SOME TIME,
to live and proclaim the Good
ourselves. How much we can News," says Don Boyd. and is now ·working on his.
help to nurture their growth second album, SIGN OF
Don, a Master Catechist, has
depends upon how well we are helped greatly in the develop­
LOVE.
able to communicate ourselves. ment of that program in our His workshop, "MUSIC: A
Time, touch, space, tone, SIGN OF LOVE" (5T), will
archdiocese from his storehouse
silence, as well as words and of knowledge gathered as a be in sign language and in
other sigQs and symbols are English. Deacon Ken will
parent, teacher, and religious
communicative of ourselves. education coordinator of St.demonstrate how music can be a
Mr. Barbeau will discuss the Joseph's, Hawthorne. sign of love for both the deaf
personal dimensions of relating, In " HELP ME! A THEO­ and the hearing. If this is your
the barriers we ourselves may be LOGIAN I'M NOT?" (5H), he first exposure to deafness, be
raising, our defense mechan­ will give practical approaches
prepared to learn something
isms, and look at the ways we for catechists (grades 1 through
new and exciting. You may find
might enhance our use of our yourself walking out of this
6): How to live through the first
personal resources to more years, feeling confident that you
workshop signing the songs. If
deeply_enrich our mutual family are "sharer's of the light of
you are deaf or hard of hearing,
life. you will enjoy this hour and a
faith." You will have the op­
portunity to take away the half of sharing, signing and1
In his workshop, boredom of your class, make it singing. All this plus a generous
"CREATlN G THE FAMILY" come alive, and enjoy the pro­ sprinkling of Ken Canedo's own
(9B), he will explore the cess with the students. unique music!
renaissance of the family in our
time and how the parish family, HE SEEKS SOCIAL JUSTICE
the larger "extended family" of Reverend Christopher Brickley, M.M.
the Christian, can be a creative
force in building up all families . Maryknoll Missioners seek Awareness Program for high
in its midst: the childless justice for third world inhabi­ schools and colleges in northern
families, the single parent . tants through all their words, California, and his workshop
families, families with prob- deeds, activities, publications, will be:
lems. Be prepared to co�ider prayers, lives. "INITIATION IN GLOBAL
how we create ourselves and one Father Christopher Brickley AWARENESS" (1E and 9E) A
another in r e l ationships: is the San Francisco Regional workshop to provide catechists
husband-wife, parent-child; Director of Maryknoll Mis­ of high school students and
how we use our life-time and- sioners and was formerly Pastor adults a background and some
how we might better use .it, to of Madre del Salvador parish in materials for instruction in
create ourselves and others in Santa Ana, El Salvador. He social justice issues of the Third
the family relation. directs Maryknoll's Global World.
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GOOD NEWS IN.·. BRINGING CZH'RIST
POP CULTURE' INTO.THE.FAMILY
Betsy Caprio Dr. Michael Cav�nagh
If there is such a person as a Dr. Michael E. Cavaifagh is
"prayer pioneer," Betsy Caprio always ·a popular Con·g ress
is one. Many are familiar with sQeak . er and this year nould be
her EXP E RIMEN T S I N no excep' ion fo'I the San
PRAYER, · publish�d b y Av� Franci 00-'l,a�ecd :6JhrlcaJ r
psy­
Maria Press, and · she believes chologist 'and colufof ist.
dee ply in spiritual growth
0

His workshop,, "CHRIST AS


thro.ugh personal prayer, ONE' OF' THE FAMILY''
(IA), points out that even in
the most .Christian homes
Christ is treated more as an im­
portant visitor than as a family cisco and Marin Counties. His bi­
member. When Christ can be monthly column appears in the
integrated into the family diocesan newspapers of San
dynamics, the family no longer Francisco, Oakland-Stockton,
acts like a Christian family, but Sacramento-Santa Rosa, and
is one. That is an important dif­ Monterey. His book, MAKE
ference! TOMORROW BETTER: A
Dr. Cavanagh is Professor of Psychological, Guide for Singles,
Psychology, University of San · Parents and the Entire Family, is
Francisco, and maintains a currently in preparation at
private practice in San F�an- Paulist Press.

ABOUT "WOMAN"
Ronda Chervin, Ph.D. &
Sister Mary Neill, O.P.
H e r w o r k s ho p , "S T AR Men· who need to put their
TREK: A MODERN ideas of "woman" in focus and
PARABLE" (4A), will il­ women who need to clarify their
lustrate the religious irnages and thoughts about "woman" will
themes found in the most benefit from "THE
popular American TV show WOMAN'S TALE" (7A). Dr.
ever aired, which is also the sub­ Ronda Chervin and Sister Mary
ject of a new movie. Both Neill, O.P., will explore the
teachers and parents can find a symbolism of the feminine
wealth of easy-to-grasp material characters in fairy tales and
for catechesis in the Star Trek myths as a way of forming a
reruns on TV and in the movie: (Please turn to next page)
the need for the search that will
111.ake life meantngful, the loss HE'S AN EXPERIENCE
of paradise, the love of friends Lyman Coleman
and of God, the need for com­ Thousands have experienced members from each parish tq
munity, and many social issues. Lyman Coleman in his Seren­ participate.
Other pop culture incarnations dipity programs throughout the Lyman Coleman, founder
of the "Good News" will be United States, and thousands and director of Serendipity
discussed as well. The workshop more at previous Congresses. House and author of the Seren­
is based on Betsy's new book, The good news is, he'll be with dipity programs, has been
STAR TREK: GOOD NEWS IN us for Congress in a two-part described as a "pioneer in per­
MODERN IMAGES. workshop on Sunday afternoon sonal communication skills,
Author and free-lance consul­ (if you sign up for part one, you cheerleader in church renewal,
tant in religious education, will automatically receive part Christ-follower, dreamer, hus­
Betsy has trained public school two). This workshop is recom­ band, {;;ither, lover and friend."
teachers as well as religious mended only for religious Need we say more?
educators and seminarians educators w,ln> have already SERENDIPIJ1Y 0 1 PA,RT r�·
throughout the United States. gone thr0u·gh Serendipity as it (8,:A) and SEREND1PIT¥' ll
j
She is presently working with represents an advanced course PART II' (9A.) are the sec0nd
the Los Angeles Adult Educa­ that h0\1ld be attrael'ive to phase in spjritual growth-an
tion Department to explore leaders. [!)ue to limited space, introduction jnto an in-depth,
new prayer opportunities. please designate only one.or: two (Please turn to next page)
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BRINGING- GOD A WORD ABOUT
INTO OUR FAlt\lLY VOCATIONS
Gaynell Cronin
Gaynell Cronin is mother of Sister Paula Damiano,
four, catechist, editor-in-chief S.P., and Panel
Ikonographics, colµmnist for
Catechist, parish director of
religious education, and author Sister Paula is vocations
of filmstrip series on Sacra­ director for the Diocese of
ments, Liturgy, l;'rayer, Old and Orange and is presently doing
New Testament, Values, Saints, graduate studies in spirituality
and of several activity books. at Fordham University, New
Her most recent book is HOLY
"Woman" (continued) DAYS AND HOLIDAYS pub­
personal philosophy of woman. lished by Winston Press.
The workshop will teach the Her workshops will focus on:
participants how to write their "CHRISTIAN VAL UES
own woman's journal as a way AND M ORAL DEVELOP­
of integrating their views. MENT" (3K) In classroom and
Ronda is a professor of philo­ in family living, we try to pro­
sophy at Loyola Marymount vide the environment for
University. discussing and living Christian
Sister Mary teaches in the values in our lives. Through
Master's Program in Spirituali­ audio visuals, this workshop
ty at the University of San Fran­ will offer ways to develop an
cisco, awareness and responsibility in
The two women have co­ making moral decisions, offer
authored a book titled THE models of behavior in living the
WOMAN'S TALE, which will Good News, and consider ways
be published by Seabury Press. to celebrate together Christian
values. Within all grade levels, York. Sl)e will have with her a
C oleman (continued) these considerations form the team of vocation directors from
lo1,1g-range approach to Bible foundation for understanding all of Southern California, in­
study for f)ersonal growth and the need for forgiveness of self cluding Sister Marianna Gem­
group accountability. Content and others. met, C.S.J.; Father Richard C.
includes how to start a Bible "HOLY DAYS,HOLIDAYS, Kennedy of the Diocese of
study group, how to meditate AND SUNDAYS" (8K) How Orange; Father Gary Bauler,
over scripture, how to start do we recognize and celebrate Los Angeles Archdiocese; Sister
group sharing with growth the presence of God in our Carmel Noone, R.S.C.; Father
assessment inventories, and lives? Practical ways· to pray Dick Benson, C.M., and several
how to build leadership by shar­ and celebrate feast days, saint others.
ing leadership, all brought to us days, secular holidays will be
in Lyman's inimitable style. discussed; ways to reflect and
And, as an added dividend, live the Sunday liturgy of the "THE CHRISTIAN'S
F ather Don K imball will Word throughout the week as a VOCATION: CALLED TO­
celebrate a liturgy at the conclu­ family or class will be shared; GETHER IN H IS LOVE "
sion of the workshop-a truly consideration of the need for (2C). This workshop will allow
fitting culmination for an in­ signs in remembering the the participant to take a reflec­
spiring afternoon. Sign up presence of God in the rhythm tive journey through the
early! of our year will be offered. mystery of his/her own call as a
married person, single adult, or
CROSSROADS religious, priest. Following the
reflection period, practical sug­
Team gestions for vocations education
Crossroads Retreat Teams . an endangered species. But will be provided. Some ,,ques­
are high school and college age from where did this creature tions that will be answered in
students, as well as Damascus­ evolve and what is he/she ven­ this workshop: How have I been
trained fu ll time youth turing toward and why is his/ called as part of the Christian
ministers. They present one-day her growth so predominant at family? What is the life-style of
retreat programs for parish this time? These and other ques­ priests and sisters today? How
youth groups in the arch­ tions on how to "grow your can I help anyone discern
diocese. own," will be discussed as par­ his/her vocation? What is
"CELEBRATE LIFE" (6A) ticipants celebrate the life of a available as· a teaching aid in the
The youth minister is no longer youth minister. area of vocations?
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VALUES AND FAMILIES IN
THE FAMILY NEED/ABUNDANCE
Victoria K. Dendinger Reverend
Vickie Dendinger is a school Regis A. Duffy, O.F.M.
psychologist and a Marriage Father Duffy has taught on
and Faniily Coun,selor in private high sc)lool and college levels,
practice. She is a Ph.D. can­ has worked in campus ministry
didate in Psychology. Her many and done parish work both here
years of work in religious and abroad. Three of his
education combined with pro­ pastoral years were spent as part
fessional skills and experience in of the priestly team of the
giving parish �orksho,ps in experimental parish of St.
communications skills provide Severin in the Latin Quarter of
the background for her Paris.
workshop. preferences, and inclination He holds. seven academic
"THE NURTURING FAM­ towards particular value choices degrees among which are a ter­
ILY: ITS ROLE IN DEVELO­ are inborn, according to Carl minal degree from the Institut
PING PERS ONAL AND Jung. de Liturgie of Paris.
SPIRITUAL INDIVIDUALI­ Jung's personality types will Currently, Father Duffy is an
TY" (lK) The family is the be explored, and participants Associate Professor· at the
greatest single force in th.e will be able to assess their own Washington Theological Union
development or destruction of type and the choices, traits, and and is involved in re-education
the individual. This workshop values that make up the type. and pastoral workshops· here
will explain the role of family Also, a theory of spiritual and abroad. He has been sacra­
interaction in the development response based on Jungian mental-area editor for the Sup­
of the individual-whose traits,' typology will be discussed. plement of The New Catholic
Encyclopedia and has published
THEY'RE a number of articles. His talks
COMMITTED are distributed nationally on
TO.CARING cassette· tapes by NCR and by
Time Consultants.
Marge & Frank "TWO BY TWO-SYMBOLS
Donovan OF NEED" (SN and 7N) Can
Marge and Frank Donovan there be Christian core groups
have devoted their lives to car­ (families, religious com­
ing for people, both personally munities, parish communities)
and professionally. They know that do not clarify and minister
first-hand the needs of the insti­ to the deep needs of others? The
tutionalized aged - Frank is a parables of need are the source
nursing home administrator of such hard questions.
with a psychology and sociology diocese and requests for train� "TWO BY TO-SYMBOLS
b a c k g r o u n d; Marge is a ing have come from all over the OF ABUNDANCE" (8N) Can
Licensed Vocational Nurse in a United States. there be Christian core groups
convalescent hospital. In "MINISTRY TO THE IN­ (families, religious com­
The husband and wife team STITUTIONALIZED AGED" munities, parish communities)
are both archdiocesan-certified (SF), they will evaluate the that do not evoke the gifts and
adult educators. Their unique needs of the elderly, society, in:. commitments of its members?
Lay Ministry to the Institu­ stitutions, and in particular, the The parables of abundance ate
ti o na li zed Aged has been institutionalized aged. People the source of encouraging ques­
acclaimed throughout the arch- (Please turn to next page) tions.
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FOR THE HANDICAPPED


Reverend Brian Doran, Ms. Teresa Duffy, Henry Estrada, C.M.F., and Panel
Father Doran, Ms. Duffy, pie; Deacon Robert Benson, a YOU?" (9H) they will analyze
and Mr. Estrada are Arch­ permanent deacon; and Harry the U.S. Bishop's Letter on
diocesan M oderators for Steinmetz,_who himself is blind, Handicapped People and will
various departments for the and works for the archdiocese apply the document to their
handicapped. as moderator for the blind. own areas of interest. This
Other panel members will be: In " H A NDI CAPPED workshop is intended for the
Father' George Horan, Director PEOPLE-WHAT ARE THE handicapped themselves as well
of the Office of Pastoral AMERICAN BISHOPS SAy. as all who are involved with
Ministry to Handicapped Peo- I NG TO AND A B O U T them.

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T�C FOR THt;; Sister Margaret Eilerman is FAMILY AND MUSIC
ELDERLY Executive Director of Catholic Ellis and Lynch
Social Service, Marin. Many The music ministry team of
Sister Margaret will remember her from years of
Eilerman, C.S.J Ellis and Lynch includes Ron
service in Orange County and as and Nancy Ellis, Mike and
a previous Congress speaker. Collene Lynch, and Mary
Her workshop this year will Lowney Duxbury. The growth
center on an area of increasing of Ellis and Lynch as pastoral
importance: musicians began in 1971 with
"MINISTERING TO THE the Seattle Archdiocesan Music
ELD E R LY WITH T L C Commission, where Ron and
(Tender, Loving Care)" (6U Mike developed their musical
and 9U) will discuss what it and leadership skills. From
means to be old, the needs of 1975, through Ron's work in
the elderly, and ways to meet the area of early childhood
these needs. Emphasis will be music, added to the teaching ex­
on the role of the parish com'­ perience of Nancy and Collene
munity in serving the elderly and Mike's music arrange­
and specific models of service ments, Ellis and Lynch began to
will be given. experience the vital role that

CONFUSION first non-Catholic elected to the


TO FUSION Executive Board of the Catholic
Biblical Association of America
Reverend Dr. John Elliott and in 1978.he was chosen as the
The Reverend John.H. Elliott CBA's Visiting Professor at the
is Prnt'essor of Theology at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in
University of San Francisco, the Rome.
first Lutheran to teach theology "F ROM HISTORY T O
at .this Jesuit University. He MYSTERY, FISSION TO FU­
earned his degree of Doktor der SION" (3N, 6N, and 9N) A per­
Theologie froni the Westfalische sonal and group exploration of
Wilhelms' lJ ni versitii.t in (1) Facts and fallacies about
·Munster,• Westphalia, Ger-. ourselves and the other guys; (2)
many, and was ordained a Passwords and other parochial
clergyman of the Lutheran pastimes; (3) Strategies for
Church · - Missouri Synod in moving beyond fission and con­ music plays in family life. Coin­
1964. He is the author of essays fusion to fusion. A look at the ciding with this period of musi­
in several scholarly and popular Lutheran/Roman Catholic cal growth were the actual
journals. In 1971 he became the dialogues riow in progress. . births of their own children. As
the families grew together and
as marriage and family life
became a unified reality, the
THE In his workshop " THE group's musical expressions
·HISPANIC FAMILY IN THE became more interested in the
HISPANIC FAMILY CROSSING OF TWO CUL- integration of the divers�
Reverend Virgil Elizondo TURES" (6F), he will discuss elements of "family life."
Father Virgil Elizondo is well how the hispanic people look at Ellis and Lynch recordings in­
known and respected as the the famjl,y and what forms the elude There's a Time, There's a
dynamic director of the Mexican­ basis for the society's inter- Moment; With All My Heart;
American Cultural Center in San relations between tlie family in· Life Is You; Gentle Rains;
Antonio, Texas: He is the contr_ast with the culture in Star*light.
author of the book CHRIS­ which they live, the conflicts "MUSIC FOR THE YOUNG
TIANITY .AND CULTURE. that this diversity creates and AND THE YOUNG AT
He will be with us once again to how the hispanic tries to solve HEART" (3H) will share the
enrich us with his experience them and to adapt to the situa- · ,wonder of song as it is experi­
and joyfilled personal gifts. tions. 'enced from 'the earliest years
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and with the ydun'gesi of hearts.
This workshop session stresses
Donovan (continued) the prayerful potential of song
' . whether for home and family
who are trained to ·minister to workshop will explain the Lay settings or early childhood pro­
the spiritual and psychological Ministry to the Institutionalized grams. i;>a rticipants w i l l
needs of the aged in institutions Aged and how to begin it in a
are sorely needed, and the parish. (Please turn to next page)
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WHAT ABOUT and the Archdiocese of Chicago ONE FOR MASS,
YOUNG ADULTS? before moving to northern ONE FOR MUSIC
California, and he has con­
John J. Engels ducted workshops and retreats Paul F. Ford
for young adults in the western Church Music and Theologi­
U.S. He is currently working on cal Consultant at the Franciscan
a book for Paulist Press on the Communications Center, Los
experience of being single and Angeles, Paul Ford will return
spiritual. to Congress 1980.
"CAN SINGLE PERSONS Paul is Founding Director of
GET TO HEAVEN?" (lN and the Southefn California • C. S.
4N) Loving and leaving, Lewis Society; and a member of
wandering and wondering, the archdiocesan Liturgical
praying and partying, frisbees Commission, His publications
and fears-all these can be used include A COMPANION TO
to describe today's young adult, NARNIA, and the preface to
whether single, married, or in THE WEIGHT OF GLORY by
transition. The _soaring number C. S. Lewis,
of persons who choose not to
marry and the climbing ratio of
those who live alone demand
John Engels is Coordinator special attention from a com­
of Young Adult Ministry in the munity which proclaims love.
Diocese · of Santa Rosa. He What are the life-cnncerns of
worked in youth' ministry pro­ the siqgle young adult and how
grams in upper New York State can we respond?
WHAT ABOUT.YOUTH?
Reverend Michael Foley
BASED YOUTH MINISTRY"
(JC and 4C) The initial and
most critical phase in the
development of a youth
ministry depends upon an ac­ ,"GETTING MORE OUT OF
curate and sensitive assessment SUNDAY MASS" (2M) New
of the needs, concerns and ex­ material based on further
pectations of your own young research and interaction with
people. This seminar will offer a church groups of all ages will
se.ries of practical ways and focus on the spirituality of the
means by which this process of Mass and how to prepare per­
"getting in touch" can happen sonally and corporately to
in your own ministry. celebrate each Mass as a new
In 1979, Father Michael gift from God ·our Father.
Foley was named as one of the "CONGRESS CHOIR 1980"
ten outstanding leaders in (SM) For the first time at the
Ellis and Lynch (continued) Congress, the choir f o r
Young Adult Ministry by the
discover the delight of the most
United States Catholic Con­ Sunday's Morning Praise and
common experiences of children
ference. He has been a m�mber for the. closing liturgy will be
and families (meal time, story
of the Advisory Board for made up of Congress par­
time, good news time, special
Young Adult Ministry of the ticipants. Those who choose
prayer and sharing time) and
United · States Catholic Con­ this workshop must be men and
will hear the joyful power 'of
ference since its inception· iri women with choir background
these imagin ative musical
1975. He has given workshops (especially sight-singing ability),
sounds.
and seminars throughout the to rehearse descants, psalms,
"MUSIC FOR CELEBRA­
'United States, and in 1977 he harmonizations, and special
TING COMMUNITIES" (6H)
was the author and presenter of music in a 1 ½ hour session.
the position paper on young
will be a highly involving and Packets of sheet music will be
moving experience of liturgical
adult ministry at the Sym­ provided at the door; so come
posium on the Parish. and the
music-a prayerful music ses­ prepared to divide into soprano,
Educational Mission of the
sion in a contemporary idiom alto, tenor, and bass sections
Church, sponsored by the
which will show participants and to enjoy lending splendor to
uscc. how their local communities can the celebration of the Lord's
"GETTING IN TOUCH: deepen their experiences of God praises. -we hope this will
FOUNDATION FOR A NEED through prayerful song. become an annual event.

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RATIONALE American family, and the
AND RESOURCES N.C.D. and family catechesis.
"PLANNING TOOLS AND
Maureen Gallag her RESOURCES FOR FAMILY
Maureen Gallagher is Field CATECHESIS" (3U), will show
Editor for Paulist Press and the how to plan for family cate­
'author of the Parish Religious chesis, what are some of the
Education Program; FAMILY. resources available, and how
She has given workshops these can be tailored to particu-
throughout the United States lar parish needs.
and is a recognized program Both of these workshops will
designer and editor. She is be valuable aids for planning
always a welcome Congress Family Year projects.
speaker, and this year she will Maureen earned a master's
present two workshops. degree in theology from Notre
"FAMILY CATECHESIS" Dame, and a master's degree in sh.e is presently studying adult
(2U) will look at the history art history from Rosary College education at tlie University of
of family catechesis, who is the Graduate School of Fine Arts; Wisconsin.

HE'D LIKE TO Tt;:ACH ABOUT SINGLE/ HE'LL TALK


THE FAMILY TO SING CELIBATE ABOUT LOVE
Ron Griffen CATHOLICS Reverend Thomas
Hedberg, S.D.B.
Word and sacrament are the
balanc;d diet needed by our
Catholic youth. How do you the
educator inspire such a spiritual
menu?
Father Thomas Hedberg,
C o o r d inat o r o f Yo u t h
Apostolates at St. Joseph's
Salesian Youth Center in
Rosemead, is a licensed Mar­
riage, Family and Child
Counselor. He is founder and
Executive Director of Youth
Encounter Spirit and has
designed its programs, chairs
Ron Griffen is Music Minister Janie Gustafson the Youth Committee for
at Hbly Trinity parish in San , She holds a Bachelor's degree SCRC, and serves on tlie SCRC
Pedro. With his music group, in biology and chemistry, a board. He designs and gives one
Leaven, he has participated in Master of Fine Arts degree in day and weekend retreats for
c o ncerts a n d workshops Professional Writing, and has youth with a team of priests._
throughout the archdiocese and done graduate studies in In his workshop, "THREE
in previous Congresses. Ron theology. Add a wealth of ex­ FACES OF LOVE" (4T),
and Leaven have made three perience as music director and Father Tom will explore the
recordings: In the Beginning, free-lance writer/ editor/ artist, themes of growing to know,
Walk Across_ the Water, and and you will have Janie Gustaf­ love and understand yourself,
The Mustard Seed. son. She is Liturgy Coordinator others and your relationship
He will be working on the and Music Director at St. with God using the symbols of
third Festival of the Arts in Cyril's Parish in Encino, writer the mirror (reflecting self), the
Liturgy in - June, 1980, spon­ and editor for Benziger Pub- circle (reflecting relationship
sored in part by Modern Liturgy . lishing House, and Campus with others, · community) and
magazine. Minister and Assistant Chaplain the cross (reflecting the joy and
"WE'RE A FAMILY TO­ at Loyola Law School. sacrifice, vision and reality,
GETHER SINGING IN HIS Janie's, workshop will be of hope and faith of true Chris­
LOVE" (6M) will offer a brief special interest to Catholic tians on their spiritual journey).
history of music in Scripture singles (never m a r r i e d, How do you teach a teen to
and the need for more singing in separated, divorced, widowed), accept Christ and his church?
our own families, whether it be priests and religious. FUN as a tool will be exper­
our larger Christian family or ienced and demonstrated as an
our nuclear families. (Pleas,e turn to next page) aid to teaching and learning,.
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LET'S CELEBRATE model suggests appropriate HE'LL HELP US
Reverend Dick Hilliard centers for celebration of God's WITH ADULTS
word and .growth in faith. Par­
- & Jerome A. Holland, Ph.D.
ticipants will join in song and
�verly Valenti-Hilliard scripture-related - activities According to the National
which they can repeat in the Catechetical Directory, the pur­
classroom with st.udents and pose of catechesis is to make a
w h i c h c a n easily be i m ­ person's faith become living,
plemented w i t h e x i s t i n g conscious and active, through
catecheticijl text programs. the light of instruction. Further,
"CELEBRATING GOD'S the NCO states that, every
WORD AT HOME" (SU) will form of catechesis is oriented in
describe the Center Celebration some way to the catechesis of
model for use in the home as adults." So, how do we
family prayer experiences. catechize adults? Qr. Jerome A.
Home celebrations of God's Holland of Practical Manage­
word can unite family members ment Associates will' bring US­
in the discovery of the Lord's some approaches. Dr. Holland
many blessings. Participants is one of the leaders of PMA's
will engage in song and faith ac­ internationally known public
Celebration is especially tivities which are ideal for seminars for first line super­
significant to Christians for catechists, coordinators and visors and middle management,
proclaiming the Good News. parents eager to bring families with over twenty years of
AuthorIcomposer Father pick together in God's love. teaching and managerial exper­
Hilliard has designed the Center Father Hilliard is a frequent ience.
Celebration format for religious workshop leader and teacher His workshop, "TEAC.H­
education classes and family trainer throughout the country ING GROWN-UPS: WHAT'S
home celebrations, and wiih his and is a m<::mber of the editorial SO DlFiERENT?" (2K), will
sister-in-law, Beverly Valentia board of Mod ern Li turgy show hJw adults learn and will
Hilliard, Director of Liturgical magazine. He is Associate give principles for instructing
Music, St. Pius Parish, Red­ Pastor at St. Isabella's Church grown-ups. It will give a prac­
wood City, will offer two in San Rafael. tical model for utilizing the
works.ho p s· guaranteed to Ms. Valenti-Hilliard is a resources adults bring to any
inspire your celebrations. charter member of the Commis­ learning situation and · show
"CLASS ROOM CENTER sion for Children's Celebration how to select the appropriate
CELEBRATIONS" (lU) will in the Archdiocese of San Fran­ method tO' fit the objectives.
demonstrate an exciting model cisco and ,leads catechetical
for primary and intermediate workshops throughout the Gustafson (continued)
religious education classes. The country.
"IN PRAISE OF BEING
SINGLE AND/OR CELIBATE"
SHE CAN HELP (6B) will be an in-depth explora­
Margot Hover, D� Min. tion of the myths and ·various
''Our parish wants to do , spiritualities which can posi­
something for families, but tively and negatively affect the
we're not sure what." For the self-concept of the single/
parish that is looking for family celibate person. The workshop
involvement, Dr. Margot K. will affirm the single/
Hover·may have some answers. celibate as a unique person·
Margot is Family Communica­ created in God's image and as a
tions Director of the Center for valuable member of the Chris­
Pastoral Ministry in Kansas tian family. Included in the
City, Missouri, and she is cur­ workshop will be a self- '
rently c:Ioin·g research into assessment activity which will
development of family ministry facilitate self-kno)Vledge and
councils for parishes and help direct each person toward
dioceses. improved self-acceptance.
In "BUILDING FAMILY parish programs in family
PROGRAMS: WHAT AND enrichment and/ or religious students? Ho� can you best ap­
education. proach them? Dr. Ho�er will
HOW" (5C and sq·, she will
present some guidelines for the "THE RELIGIOUS EDU­ outline a variety of resources
selection of a parish family ap­ CATOR AS A FAMILY CON­ that catechists can provide for
proach or program. Then she SULTA�T" (6C) What do you parents, along with some
will describe one pattern for 'the as a religious educator have to specific suggestions for reaching
creation and implementation of offer the families of your them effectively.

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A CHALLENGE TO HE SPEAKS FOR
LITURGICAL BLACK CATHOLICS
MINISTERS Nathan Jones, Ph.D.
Dr. Robert Hurd Active in the development of
While earning his Ph.D. in liberation-oriented concepts
Philosophy, Bob Hurd has and models of Christian educa­
given workshops for high tion especially in Black Catholic
schools and colleges on communities, Dr. Nathan Jones
liturgical song. His albums in­ is Director of Adult Religious
clude O Let Him In and Bless Education for the Black
the Lord. His articles have ap­ Parishes of the Archdiocese of
peared in the magazine Modern Chicago, Illinois. His articles
Liturgy. He is on the staff at have been published in a number
Loyola Marymount University.' alive to the power and poverty of reli�ious education journals.
"SPLENDOR AND SIM­ of God in human history and
PLICITY IN LITURGY: ON balancing creativity with com­
NOT BEING HO-HUM IN munal participation in worship.
THE PRESENCE OF GOD" Dr. Hurd and Anawim along
(IC) This presentation will be with Parousia and John West
part workshop, part medita­ and the Valyermo Dancers will
tion, exploring the task of litur­ explore the use of word, move­
gical ministers (celebrants, lec­ ment and song in liturgy with an
tors, musicians) as a spiritual eye toward being really present
and technical challenge: Being to the presence of God.

HE'S A P,ITCH MAN FOR CHRIST


Reverend Alvin Illig, C.S.P.
Fast-talking, enthusiastic, 1. the 49 m i l l i o n a c t i ve "EDUCATIONAL MINI­
Bible-quoting -,- Father Alvin Catholics; 2. the 12 million in­ STRY IN THE BLACK COM­
Illig is an evangelist who leaves active Catholics; 3. the 75 MUNITY" (6P) will present
the cro.,..ds, whether small million members of the Protes­ principles for teaching and shar­
group or regional conference, tant community; 4. the 11 ing faith in the Black Catholic
all sayi�g "terri fie speaker." million non-Christians; 5. the community. Creative teaching/
Considered by many to be the _70 million unchurched learning methods drawn from
Catholic authority on evangeli­ Americans. the heritage, culture and
zation, Father Illig will give "BASIC PRINCIPLES YOU spirituality of Black folk of
three workshops on the subject: NEED -TO DESIGN YOUR faith will be presented.
"WHAT IS EVANGELIZA­ OWN EVANG ELIZA TION "CREATIVE APPROACHF.S
T I ON, A N D WHO IS PROGRAMS" (4F)­ TO BLACK CHRISTIAN
ENRICHED BY IT?" (lF)­ Reflecting on Pope Paul Vi's EDUCATION" (7P) will high­
Father Illig will stress the four document, "Evangelization in light principles of Black cate­
approaches to evangelization the Modern World," and reflec­ chesis through the presentation
given by Pope Paul VI: Process, ting on the contemporary of innovative ways of com­
Content, Purpose, Criteria. He American scene, Father Illig municating the faith in ritual,
will then present facts, figures will discuss 15 basic principies worship, storytelling, music, art
and appr�aches to the five that are needed to design and drama.
beneficiaries of evangelizatiori: evangelization programs that "BLACK FAMILY: ITS
are specifically aimed at the FAITH AND SPIRITUALITY''
inactive Catholic and the (9P) will explore the cultural
unchurched American. Samples richness and distinctiveness of
and models of these principles the Black family experience and
· will be discussed along with its spiritual roots with implica­
their practical applications. tions for a parish-centered
ministry to the Black family.
"CONCRETE IDEAS ON
HOW TO EVANGELIZE THE there is no one single way to
UNCHURCHED AND THE evangelize, the purpose of this
INACTIVE" (7F) ....:... Father presentation is to stimulate par­
Illig will share 20 different con­ ticipants' thinking. He will
crete· ways the average Catholic share those experiences that
layperson or clergyperson can come out of models that are
use today to evangelize. While parish-based and lay-run.
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ACCORDING THEY KNOW
TO MATTHEW "HOW-TO"
R. Patrick Donnelly . Sister Marianne Keena,
Debi Doiron C.S.J., Sister Barbara
A group of students, musi­ Dreher, C.S.J.
cians, educators, and singers The team of Sister Marianne
from the Diocese of Orange will and Sister Barbara was chosen
bring us a delightful and in­ "Catechist of the Month" for
spiring Sunday afternoon study. October, . 1979, by Catechist
The production will be directed magazine because of their in­
by Debi Doiron. novative religious education
program for St. Mary's in Lit­
"GODSPELL-A MUSICAL tleton, Colorado, where they
are co-directors of religious your classroom with more than
PARABLE" (9D). Godspell is a books and bodies...how to
musical parable about the good education. They have establish­
news of Jesus Christ. The set­ ed a religious education pro­ develop a theme, how to make
gram which effectively teaches students WANT to come, how
ting is everywhere - at to tap your neighborhood re­
everytime. Christ is represented formal religious instruction
through the magic of music and while focusing on today's calendar! sources. Come away with ideas
They'll share their expertise you can begin to implement
mime as a clown. His make-up NOW!
is a peace, covering the heart, in two workshops.
'that is never washed away by "SUMMER SCHOOL . OF FAMILY FUN-IN THE
the tears of life. Though his RELIGION: AN ALTERNA­ NAME OF THE SON!" (SB)
TIVE THAT WORKS!" (48) A This workshop is designed with
disciples at first respond to this YO UR f a m i l y in mind.
figure with the fascination of practical presentation of an
children, they are eventually alternative for weekly religion Discover fun and faith-full
classes. This session will present family prayer ideas, activities
confronted and transformed by and teachable moments that will
the master of Joy into clowns the rationale and practical im­
themselves. plementations in developing a help you P.A. T. yourselves on
summer program of religious the back and truly celebrate
education for today's children your family. You will leave with
As an expansion of the after­ and their families. Also a part use-me-tonight ideas that will
noon, Father Michael Harris, of this presentation will be the enhance your relationships with
Principal of Mater Dei High active ingredients that will fill each other and with Jesus.
School, will be celebrant of a
liturgy flowing out of the ex­
perience and developing the HELP FOR DEAF CHILDREN
spirit and fervor of Godspell, Dr. Greg Kimberlin and Panel
with JOY, INC. providing the
music. What could be a more
fitting finale! Greg Kimberlin is Program orientation to facts of deafness
Director for Mental Health Ser- in the family, and strategy to
vices for the Deaf at St. John's help the child.
Hospital in Santa Monica.
Panel will include a special
HE'LL SHARE child psychologist, a social
NEW INSIGHTS In "PARENTAL REAC­ worker, and the parent of a deaf
Reverend Ellwood TION TO DEAFNESS" (8H) child. A question and answer
he will give an introduction and period will be included.
Kieser, C.S.P.
Would you believe that any ··----------------------­
present-day TV producer begins
his day with a combination of In "PRAYER-A DIFFER­ FITTING INTO THE
prayer, meditation, and yoga? ENT LOOK AT WHAT IT IS, CHURCH FAMILY
Here's one who does! Father HOW YOU DO IT, AND James C. Kolar
Ellwood Kieser. He is perhaps WHY YOU �UST" (9C) he James C. Kolar has designed
best known as executive pro­ will lead participants to God's
ducer of Insight, an award win­ presence within themselves by and keynoted hundreds of re­
ning TV series syndicated to using various expansion-of­ treats for youth and young
more than 100 TV stations in consciousness techniques, a adults as well as developing and
the U ;S, and overseas. But for fihn, "Billy's Mime," and other implementing training pro­
his workshop, he will focus on methods to find Love-Unity­ grams for youth ministry and
another medium he uses to help Joy. The goal of the workshop participating in numerous con-
people discover the meaning in is a deep prayer experience for
their lives. all who participate. (Please turn to next page)
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-KOLA R (continued) ENtl.A.:NqlNG FAJ\ULY LIF� IS THEIR AIM
ferences on youth and young · JJrn Larson, Ph.D &. Jill Larson, M.A.
, adult ministry. Jim ·'and' Jill' Larson bting· to co-authored two books on fam­
us ·practical· experience (as ily ministry: Celebr ating
He is presently Associate parents, of ,three children) as Togetherness and To Under­
Director of St. Paul Catholic well aS" -solid credeptials in the stand Each Other.
Youth Center and holds a B.A. area, of family ministry. Dr.
degree in Philosophy and the Larson,is10.irector-of Graduate , "cSTRATEGIES FOR FAM­
M.A. degree in Theology. He Studies ·at ttie Ameri'can Insti- ILY MINISTRY IN THE
will present two workshops: tute of family Relati9ns.. H.e CHUJ{CH" (2A) will be an
earned his Ph.D. in Edu�ation overview of various models for
(focusing· Qll Human· ;Develop- family ministry in the church -
"HAS INFLATION AFFEC­ ment ;md Family Life) at .Clare- pflrticularly marriage enrich­
TED THE COST OF DISCIPLE­ mont Graduate School. Mrs. ment, parent education and
, SHIP?" (lT) There is a great Larson is a parent educ;ation in- intergenerational ministry.
deai of discussion today about structor at Glendale College and Introduction · to curriculum
the meaning of ministry and earned her M.A. in Human materials, methods and other
what's needed to be an effective Development at Pacific,_. Oaks strategies for developing a fam­
minister. This workshop, while College in Pasadena. They have ily ministry will be included.
not disputing the need for theo­
logical competence and skill ac- OF HEALING AND BEING HEALED
quisition, will look at ministry Reverends Dennis & Matthew Linn, �.J.
as, first of all, sharing iri the
·relationship that Jesus had with
his Father. Ministry becomes,
then, . a process of inviting
others to share in that relation­
ship. The God that we ex­
perience, know, love and serve
becomes the basis for our
ministry. How can we share
more in his life so that through
us it can be offered to. others?
Youth ministers will find this
workshop especially helpful for The Fathers Linn will bring "HOW TO HEAL LIFE'S
personal growth. their own personal experiences HURTS IN THE- CLASS­
of being healed and their warm R OOM" (6T): Sometimes
serises of humor to three truly children come to our classrooms
"THE BANQU E T: A enriching workshops. At the with so many hurts that it is dif­
P A R ABL E O F YOUN G request of their Jesuit Provin­ ficult for them to focus and
AD ULTS AND T HE cial superior, Fathers Matthew learn. The presentation will
CHURCH'' (9T) Young and Dennis have embarked on a feature a film, Simple Ways to
adulthoo� has emerged as the ten-to -fifteen-year full-time Pray, and how to pray in the
single largest population seg­ career in the healing ministry. classroom with children suffer­
ment in our society. It is also the Before this full-time assign­ ing these hurts.
time -�of greatest mobility, ex- ment to the healing ministry,
perimentation, and disassocia­ both spent many years conduc­ HEALING PRAYER FOR
tion with the Church. This ting healing workshops for such THE TEACHER" (8T): Most
workshop will look at the major diverse groups as religious com­ of us, when we look back over
munities, ecumenical congrega­ our teaching careers, remember
characteristics of the young
adult period and will consider tions and medical personnel. moments that we wish hadn't
the tasks and developmental "HOW I TO PRAY FOR happened. Such memories are
needs present during that time. · PHYSI CAL HEALING IN healed not when we say,
THE CLASSROOM" (3T): "That's O.K.," but when we
Lastly, it will reflect on the can say,."l'm grateful that hap�
issues that young adulthood Perhaps praying for physical pened because of _the growth it
raises regarding the meaning of healing is the easiest way to
brought me.'' Both the teaching
c�mversion and Church. In so teach children how to pray, to and prayer experience of this
form community, and to con­
doing, it will be an opportunity cretely experience God's per­ workshop will. invite partici­
for all of us to struggle with sonal love. The presentation pants to gradually move
how we experience and under­ will feature a film, The Power through Kubler-Ross' five
stand both conversion and of Healing Prayer, and actuaily stages of dying and thus allow a
Church. praying for physical healing. tragic memory to become a gift.
MEDIA AND THE THREE FOR SPIRITUAL GROWTH
CHRISTIAN MESSAGE · Reverend George A. Maloney, S.J.
Brother Carl Lyons THE INDW ELLING TRIN­
Brother Carl, a Christi�n ITY" (ID): In addition to im­
Brother, has been Associate Pro­ parting head knowledge,
fessor of. Religious Studies at St. teachers of CCD should also
Mary'.s _· College in Moraga; lead students into. the mystery
· California, for 23 years, and is of Christian revelation of a lov­
Educational Director for the Per­ ing community of three in one,
manent Diaconate Program of the the Trinity. Prom such an on­
Archdiocese of San Francisco. going experience of an i-Thou­
The Catholic Voice has pub­ W e c o m m u n i t y , we are
lished a series of his articles on empowere'd in our true identity
television and religious teachings. to go forth into the market
"TEACHING FOR THE 21ST place and build a similar loving
CENTURY-IMPLICATIONS c,ommunity of union and uni­
OF THE MEDIA FOR THE queness.
AUTHENTIC TEACHING OF Father Maloney was formerly "MARY-THE CONTEM­
THE CHRIStlAN MESSAGE!" with Fordham University in PLATIVE IN THE WORLD"
"THE MORALITY OF New York where he was Direc­ (JD) Mary, the mother of God
MARY TYLER MOORE" (2P), tor of John XXIII Institute for and mother of us all in the life
Brother Carl will analyze the Eastern Christian Studies. The of grace, is the archetype of
Mary Tyler Moore program as a Southland is fortunate to have what God wishes all of his
model for learning critical analysis him now in residence in Seal children to be and what the
of television programs. He will Beach. He holds a Doctorate in Church, the body of Christ
show how to reflect on the values Eastern Christian Theology must be. She is the fulfillment
in the program and compare them from the Pontifical Oriental In­ of the human being in all his or
with the morality of the New stitute in Rome and edits her potentiality by being open
Testament and the National Diakonia, an ecumenical journal. and receptive to God's word,
Catechetical Directory. he is planning a two-year course impregnated within her inner
in Christian spiritual growth for consciousness by the Holy
"THE FILM FACE OF CCD leaders and charismatic Spirit, and by being the mother
JESUS CHRIST" (JP) Brother prayer leaders. Father Maloney of Jesus Christ, She brings him
'
Carl will show how to recognize has written many books and ar­ forth within the context of her
Christian values in the feature ticles on spirituality and living situation and gives him as
length films on television as a mysticism and his three the healer to the world. True
means of learning the New Testa­ workshops will be a spiritual ex­ devotion to Mary means becom­
ment picture of Jesus and his perience for all who participate. ing Mary: total surrender to
message. "EXPERIEN CING GOD: God's Spirit to bring Jesus into
ABOUT intensive session providing life within the context of our liv­
instructors with specific ing situation.
CHILDREN AND "T EA C H I N G ABO U T
methodology and a variety of
LITURGY ideas for planning children's DEAT H . AN D L I FE
Sister Audrey Munoz,O.P. liturgical celebrations in grades THEREAFTER" (6D): Death
and Sister Kathryn 1-3. It will combine formal and the stages after death as
Machado, O.P. instruction, learning activites Heaven, Hell and Purgatory
and media displays. 'rhe partici­ have been horribly objectivized
Sister Audrey and Sister in our western theology and
Kathryn are collaborating on a pant:. will be exposed to film
making, puppetry, drama and liturgical piety. Knowing what
book about how to plan scripture and tradition truly
children's liturgies, so who can drawing. Material covered will
include a brief explanation of teach us, beyond the Jewish
better give us some practical apocalyptic imagery, we can
knowledge in that area! Sister the parts of liturgy, lesson plan
outlines, theme, song, prayer, better live our lives now, know­
Audrey is Religion Coordinator ing what awaits us. We can also
at Holy Rosary Scp.ool in readings, · processions, signs of
peace and ideas to help the par­ have a greater understanding of
Antioch and Sister Kathryn is Church as embracing in loving
Religion Resource Teacher at ticipant give· the students a
chance to freely express communion the Church Mili­
San Joaquin Middle School, tant, Triumphant and Suffer­
Stockton. Both are currently themselves.
. ing. Is then� a hell? What about
working on projects for the "HOW TO PLAN the fires of purgatory? Can we
Sadlier C o m pany: CHILDREN'S LITURGIES - be in touch with our deceased
•�HOW TO P LAN GRADES 4-6" (SD) will cover loved ones? What about limbo,
CHILDREN'S LITURGIES - the same material as 20, but indulgences? Do we grow in any
GRADES 1-3" (2D) will be an will be geared to grades 4-6. way in the life to come?

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THE LITURGY· A TRIP IN TIME
Reverend Edward Matthews· Megan McKenna
Coming to us all the way
from England, Father Mat­ Megan McKenna's work­
thews is lecturer in liturgy at shops are always popular an_d
Allen· Hall, London, and a this year will be no excep:.
rrietn'b er' of the National tjon. Megan is professor at the
Liturg.ica,J Commission of Catechetical and Pastoral In­
England and Wafos. He former� stitute, Loyola, New Orleans,
l'y served as Master of and professor at the Franciscan
Ceremo n i e s , ·Westminster School of Theology, Graduate
Cathedral, Lond·en, .· and has Theological Union, Berkeley.
published a number of books on She has a number of publica­
litiirgy. tions and articles to her credit.
Participants in her workshop,
"THE MASS AND YOUNG are guaranteed to be informed,
PEOPLE: WHERE ARE WE entertained, inspired!
GO ING, AND WILL IT
MAKE ANY DIFFERENCE?"
(1R) Liturgical renewal has Sister Brlege
benefitted young people.' There McKenna, O.S.C.
is greater participation and A native of Ireland, Sister
understanding. Yet problems Briege works for the church in
remain: boredom and lack of ministries of healing and the
formal religious education for counseling of priests. Her work
many, danger on adtdt.s' parts has brought her to many parts
of superficiality, of failing to of the world to give retreats and
give the ya.ung person what he parish renewal weekends. At the
r·eaily hungers after-:--true request of Cardinal Suenens she
rel e v a n c e an d me a n i n g. traveled to Rome for the 1977
Therefore there must be a Synod of Bishops, where the
renewal of theological meaning Cardinal asked her to spend
arid true u"nderstanding of ritual that month in intercessory
and symbolism. prayer for the bishops. In her
sharing of herself and her ·ex­
"LITURGY AND PRAYER" periences it is evident that God "TH E WAY J ESUS
(JR) .Liturgy is the supreme
is using her to reach the hearts LEARNED: TEACHING IN
prayer, it is the center of the of many. THE JEWISH FAMil..Y'' (7D)
Church's life of prayer. This An introduction to :the teaching
session will explore why this is style of the Jewish family
so and what it means. How can through the Torah and the com­
we put into action this personal mentaries on the scriptures. An
discovery which can color our experience of how Jesus learned
l ives and i nfluence our and later taught his own
teaching? Such a re-di'scovery disciples using stories, film,
might lead to a reassessment of music, law, riddles, relation­
how we celebrate liturgy and the ships, and prayer. This session
materials we use in it. is a reminder that we are all
Jewish at heart before we are
I good Christians.
"DOES YOUR LITURGY
WORK, OR WHY HAVEN'T
WE YET CONVERTED THE
WORLD?" (8R) will be. a reap­ "THE HEALING POWER
praisal of what liturgical OF FAMILY PRAYER" (2T) "THE FAMILY AND THE
celebration is all about. Liturgy Sister Briege will witness to the SACRAMENTS" (8B), In this
must lead to conversion, a healing received in her own life talk, Sister Briege will share her
change in a person's life. The and will talk about healing in ideas anq experiences about the
danger is that liturgy can the church today, giving some importance of the sacraments in
become an end in itself­ concrete examples showing how the life of the family. Again
'' meaningful'' celebration members of families can during her talk, she will lead her
devoid of all meaning. This is so minister to each other. During listeners in prayer for the fami�
with young people's liturgies as her talk, she will stop to pray ly, for individuals and for
well as parish celebrations. many times. society.
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ART, GOD, AND PATHWAYS IN PRAYER
LITTLE CHILDREN Roger and Dianne· Miller
Janis McNeil and
Esther Hopping Dianne and Roger have been
Esther M. Hopping is Director religious educators for many
of Early Education and Assistant years. Both hold elementary
Administrator of Sunrise Chris­ and high school teacher certifi­
tian Schools; Janis L. McNeil is cations and adult catechist cer­
Assistant Director and Head tifications. They are Scripture
Teacher of Kiddie World Pre­ Program C o o r d i n a t o r s/
school, a part of the non­ Leaders for San Gabriel Valley
denominational Sunrise Christian Programs and Beatitudes of
Schools. Their input will be Our Lord Parish Programs. daily in prayer with the Scrip­
valuable for religious educators They are members of the Adult tures, as well as the experience
who work with preschool Education Advisory Board and of small group sharing and
children. of the SCRC Pastoral Council. praying of Scripture. Helpful
Their book; MEETING attitudes and approaches when
"ART IN ACTION" (8F and CHRIST IN SCRIPTURE, was praying Scripture personally
9F) will include numerous art published by Paulist Press in will be shared. How to bring the
samples as well as all the dif­ October, 1979, and their articles experience of Scripture prayer
ferent materials needed to ac­ have appeared in several jour­ into the family, the classroom,
complish the projects demon­ nals. the parish meeting, and the
strated, Participants will be in­ "PR AYING SCRIPTURE­ prayer meeting will also be ex­
volved in creating their own LIS TENING WITH THE plored, with suggestions of the
projects. Materials will include HEART" (7C) will offer the many ways praying of Scripture
samples of homemade teaching opportunity to examine the can be adapted for various
items. need and value of spending time groups.
SHE KNOWS MEDIA
Joanne McPortland

Associate Producer/Writer "A SENSE OF BELONG­


for Franciscan Communica­ ING: EV ANG ELIZATION
tions Center/TeleKETICS, AND THE FAMILY" (2E)
Joanne McPortland has given Through the use of reflective
teacher education workshops media experiences and group
throughout the United States. dynamics, this workshop will
She has published guides and provide some practical
booklets for Benziger and strategies for families (including
TeleKETICS and is responsible the parish family) to approach
for TeleKETICS filmstrip series evangelization, the direction of
MA RY; BEHO LD. THI S the Church in the 80's. More
C H I LD; T E S T AMENT LIVING THE WORD. She is than convert-making, evan­
TALES; as well as the film­ co-writer of the TeleKET'ICS gelization means the call each of
strip series EVANGELIZA­ First Eucharist film,. MY us has "to hear the Word, and
TION: REFLECTIONS ON FATHER'S HOUSE. live it."

THREE FOR THE FAMILY


Mary Reed Newland
Within the basic family unit brings 30 years of education and The most powerful religious
are speci,d charisms and talents experience to focus on the fami­ education a child r,eceives is the
which are the first and most ly. She has written countless constant experience of living
important avenues of religious articles and eleven books about with a· parent who believes and
education. Mary Reed Newland family life, the latest being THE is trying to make Christ the
will show us in three workshops SAINT BOOK for Parents, lodestar of values, decisions,
three different areas in which Teachers, Homifists a nd behavior. The joys and pain,
the family can becomy more , Children. Parents and teachers victories and defeats, playing,
e f f e c t i v e i n c a t ech e t i c a l will be sure to gain new insights learning, working, thankings
ministry. As Chairman of the from her workshops. and forgivings of family life are
Committee on Adult and Home "EVERY DAY IN EVERY the acting out of the Christian
Education for the Diocese of WAY THE FAM I L Y life. This session is designed to
Albany, N.Y., Ms. Newland TEACHES RELIGION" (lH): (Please turn to next page)
...
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NEWLA N D (continued) features) and, , above all, from VALUES
help parents see how they are their peers on the bus and in the IN THE F.AJ\ULY
truly teaching religion, how to playground. T he burning ques­
tion is not "Are they ready?" Reverend
see for themselves and explain Timothy E. O'Connell, Ph.D.
to their children what we mean but "Who is to give it?" The
family? The l,oving adult who We are living in difficult
by the presence of the risen times regarding morality and
Christ who "saves" us from accepts and is grateful for
her /his sexuality? Or the culture Christian values and the family
sin.
in its random, vulgar fashion?
''S T O RY-•TELLIN G &
FAMILY RES OURCES FOR
GROWING UP A C H RI S­
TIAN" (7H): The best teaching
costs no mo:ney. Story-telling
"comes right 1out of your head"
and is the way Jesus taught, the
way the Heb1rews learned their
history, the most eloquent and
SEX EDUC ATION IN THE unforgettable way to teach.
FAMILY" (4H): All children Fairy stories and myths, Bible is an important arena for sound
are receiving sex education, stories, saint stories - all of m o r a l d i r e c t i o n. F at h e r
although not always from their these are the rich heritage 'of all Timothy O'Connell is Associate
parents or' religious education children, and, families who learn Professor and Chairman,-Chris­
classes. But at least they are to be story-tellers and readers tian Life Dept., St. Mary of the
receiving it - from the aloud will open doors of im· Lake Seminary, and Associate
magazines at the supermarket, agination·, creativity, prayer, Editor, Chicago Studies. He has
"the movie ads, the TV ads and meditation, ,contemplation that published a number of books
programs, the coming attrac­ will serve their children all their about values. His workshop will
tions at the movies (if not the lives. (Please turn to page 23)

(Listing of speakers continues on page 23)

Dear Catechist:
The Religious Eduoatien Congress odginially grew out <iif the
need of catechists to enrich themselves bey,ond their iniHal teacher.
training course. In theit 1976 document on Cateehist and master
catechist formation, the California Bishops put a 3-year expira­
tion date on catechist and master catechist certification. This
design built in a process to e.,ncourage the catec:hist to keep enriching
himself or herself on an ongoing basis.
To renew theircertifieates after t'hree years, catechlsts need
30 hours and master catechists 36 hours of continuing education.
The Religious Education C.ongress prov, ides an excellent oppor­
turiiW to work towards re-certification. On the workshop pages� 1
·· have indicated which apply to re-certif.icatJon whether on the
c.atechjst or master catechist level, based on whether the scope of
the workshop covers the subject area indicated in the Bishops'
decument.
1 might mention that there are many excellent workshops not
marked for re-certification. Do not confi1,1e your selection of
workshops to just those needed for re-certifkation. Same of these
others may be just what you need or want fl,t the time.
Whatever the scope, l think you will find the workshops of
Coi:igress 1980 both exciting and intellectually rewarding. l hope
y:our expectations a,nd mine will be fulfilled this March as we
celebrate the year of the family together in his name.
Reverend David A. Sork
,
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1980 CONGRESS WORIKSHOP SCHEDULE


Friday, March 7, 1980

10:00-11:30 a.m. 12:30-2:00 p.m. 2:30-4:00 p.m.


1A CHRIST AS ONE OF THE FAMILY. 2A* STRATEGIES FDR FAMILY MIN- 3A* WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THE
Dr. Michael Cavanagh ISTRY IN THE GHURCH. GOOD OLD DAVS?
18 AREA CLUSTERS: A BROADER Dr. & Mrs. James Larson Fr. Tom Weston, S.J.,
APPROACH TO YOUTH MINISTRY. 2B + COMMUNICATINIG OURSELVES. 3B * SEXUALITY AND CATECHESIS:
San Gabriel Valley Youth Council Mr. Clayton Barbeau PARENTS, TEACHERS UNITE!
1c SPLENDOR AND SIMPLICITY IN Sr. Barbara Anne Stowasser,
LITURGY: ON NOT BEING 'HO 2C THE CHRISTIAN'S VOCATION: C.S.J.
HUM' IN THE PRESENCE OF GOD. CALLED TOGETIIIER IN HIS LOVE.
Dr. Robert Hurd Sr. Paula Damiano, S.P., and Panel 3C • GETTING IN TOUCH: F.OUNDA-
1D,; EXPERIENCING GOD: THE IN- 2D* HOW TO PLAN !CHILDREN'S TION FOR A NEED BASEO YOUTH ·
DWELLING TRINITY. LITURGIES, GRPIOES 1-3. MINISTRY (Repeated 4C) ·�
•• Fr. George A. Maloney, S.J. Sr. Audrey Mun,qz, 0.P., and Sr. Fr. Michael Foley
1E* INITIATION IN GLOBAL AWARE- Kathryn Machado, 0.P. �
NESS 2E* A SENSE OF BELONGING: EVAN· ' 3D* MARY: THE CONTEMPLATIVE IN
Fr. Christopher Brickley, M.M. GELIZATION ANID THE FAMILY. •• THE WORLD.
(Re�eated 9E) Ms. Joanne McPortland Fr. George A. Maloney, S.J.
1F WHAT IS EVANGELIZATION, 2F LETS PLAN A LITURGY. PART I. 3E + WHAT IS A HEALTHY CATHOLIC
FAMILY?
ANO WHO IS ENRICHED BY IT? Fr. Tom Welbers and Ms. Janie
Fr. Alvin Illig, C.S.P. Ms. Dolores Curran
Gustafson
1H * EVERY DAY IN EVERY WAY THE 3F LET'S f>LAN A LITURGY. Part IL
2H TOOLS OF PRAYER.. Fr. Tom Welbers and, Ms. Janie_
+ FAMILY TEACHES RELIGION. The Pilgrim Friars Gustafson
Ms. Mary Reed Newland 2K * TEACHING GROWN-.UPS: WHAT
1K* THE NURTURING FAMILY: ITS •• IS SO DIFFERENT?' 3H + MUSIC FOR THE YOUNG AND
+ ROLE IN DEVELOPING PERSONAL Dr. Jerome Holland YOUNG AT HEART.
AND SPIRITUAL INDIVIDUALITY. Ellis and Lynch
Ms. Victoria Dendinger 2M GETTING MORE OIUT OF SUNDAY 3K* CHRISTIAN VALUES AND MORAL
1M * JOY IN 'PARENTING: DEVELOPING MASS DEVELOPMENT.
+ FAMILY VALUES IN HIS LOVE. Mr. Paul Ford Ms. Gaynell Cronin
Ms. Josephine Schlehofer 2N* BRINGING THE RELEASED TIME 3M* MODELS OF TEACHING RELi-
(Repeated 4M) STUDENT INTO THE FAMILY GIOUS EDUCATION.
1N CAN SINGLE PERSONS GET TO CIRCLE. Dr. Elinor Ford
HEAVEN? Ms. Stacy Schumacher
Mr. John Engels (Repeated 4N) 3N FROM HISTORY TO MYSTERY,
1P + THE GRIEF CHILDREN EXPERI- 2P TEACHING F·oR THE 21st CEN- FISSION TO FUSION.
ENCE WHEN THEIR PARENTS TURY-IMPLICATIONS FOR THE Dr. John Elliott (Repeated 6N & 9N)
DIVORCE. AUTHENTIC TEACHI.NG OF THE 3P TEACHING FOR THE 21st CEN-
Sr. Josephine Stewart, S.S.M.N., CHRISTIAN MESSAGE: THE TURY-IMPLICATIONS OF THE
Ms. Ruth Spencer and Mr. MORALITY OF MARY TYLER MEDIA FOR THE AUTHENTIC
Michael Buchner MOORE. TEACHING OF THE CHRISTIAN
1R* THE MASS AND YOUNG PEOPLE: Bro. Carl Lyons: F.s..c. MESSAGE: THE FILM FACE Of
WHERE ARE WE GOING AND I
JESUS CHRIST.
WILL IT MAKE ANY DIF- 2R* WHAT YOU ALWAYS WANTED

i
TO KNOW ABOUT THE CHURCH Bro. Carl Lyons, F.S.C.
FERENCE? . . 3R* LITURGY AND PRAYER.
Fr. Edward Matthews AND WERE TOO AFflAID TO
ASK!! Fr. Edward Matthews
1S* FAMILIA: COMUNIDAD DE PER- Fr. Theodore Ross, fi.J. 3S* EXPERIENCIAS PRACTICAS EN .�
SONAS EN INSTITUCION SOCIO- (Repeated 7R) LA CATEOUESIS FAMILIAR.
CULTURAL Bro. Luis Gonzalez, F.S.C.
Fr. Xavier Caeho, S.J. 2S* SACRAMENTOS & Ll'BERACION 3T* HOW TO PRAY FOR PHYSICAL
1T. HAS INFLATION AFFECTED THE Ms. Megan McKenna., Mr. Rego HEALING IN THE CLASSROOM.
COST OF DISCIPLESHIP? Caloca and Mr. John IDiercksmeier Fr. Matthew Linn, S.J., and Fr.
Mr. James Kolar 2T THE HEALING POWEIR OF Dennis Linn; S.J.
1U* CLASSROOM CENTER CELEBRA- FAMILY PRAYER 3U + PLANNING TOOLS AND RE-
TIONS. Sr. Briege McKenna, O.S.C. SOURCES FOR FAMILY CATE-
Fr. Richard Hilliard and Beverly 2U + FAMILY CATECHESIS CHESIS.
Valenti-Hilliard· Ms. Maureen Gallagher Ms. Mau!een Gallagher

RECERTIFICATION: * CATECHIST ** MASTl�llCATECHIST + PllESCHOOL


APPLICABLE - ARCHDIOCESE OF LOS· ANGELES, Dll[)CESE OF ORANGE
\ ·
2.1
Saturday, M arch 8, 1980
,
· 10:00-11:30 a.m. ,12:30-2:00 p.m. 2:30-4:00 p.m.

4A * STAR TREK: A MODERN PARABLE. 5A • A THINKING CHRISTIAN READS 6A CELEBRATE LIFE!


Ms. Betsy Caprio • • THE NARRATIVES OF JESUS' Crossroads Retreat Team
PASSION AND DEATH. 68 IN PRAISE OF BEING SINGLE
48 SUMMER SCHOOL OF RELIGION: Fr. Raymond Brown, S.S. AND/OR CELIBATE.
AN ALTERNATIVE THAT 5B FAMILY FUN-IN THE NAME OF Ms. Janie Gustafson
WORKS! THE SON! 6C * THE RELIGIOUS EDUCATOR AS
Sr. Barbara Dreher, C.S.J., and Sr. Barbara Dreher, C.S.J., and A FAMILY CONSULTANT.
Sr. Marianne Keena, C.S.J. Sr. Marianne Keena, C.S.J. Dr. Margot Hover
5C + BUILDING FAMILY PROGRAMS,
WHAT AND HOW. 6D * TtACHING ABOUT DEATH AND
4C • GETTING IN TOUCH: FOUNDATION • * LIFE THEREAFTER.
FOR A NEED BASED YOUTH Dr. Margot Hover (Repeated 8C)
Fr. George Maloney, S.J.
MINISTRY. 5D • HOW TO PLAN CHILDRENS'
Fr. Michael Foley (Repeat of 3C) LITURGIES, GRADES 4-6. 6E * HOW BIG IS A PERSON­
. Sr. Audrey Munoz, 0.P., and Sr. HEALING THE BODY/SOUL SPLIT.
4D MARY, WITNESS TO OUR FINAL Fr. George Simons
DESTINY AS FAMILIES OF GOD. Kathryn Machado, O.P.
Msgr. John V. Sherid�n and Sr. 6F THE .HISPANIC FAMILY IN THE
Maureen Kelly, S.S.L. CROSSING OF TWO CULTURES.
5E • THE JOURNAL-PERSONAL Fr. Virgil Elizondo (Repeat of 5S)
JOURNEY, FAMILY STORY.
4E + PRESCHOOL: FUN AND GAMES Fr. GMtge Simons
OR RELIGIOUS EDUCATION? 5F MiNISTRY TO THE INSTITU­ 6H MUSIC FOR CELEBRATING COM­
Preschool Team. TIONALIZED AGED. MUNITIES.
4F BASIC PRINCIPLES YOU NEED Mr. and Mrs. Frank Donovan Ellis and Lynch
TO DESIGN YOUR OWN 5H * HELP ME! A THEOLOGIAN l'M 6K VOLUNTEERING TODAY...A LOOK
EVANGELIZATION PROGRAM. NOT! AT WHAT'S HAPPENING.
Fr. Alvin Illig, C.S.P. Mr. Don Boyd Ms. Judith A. Rauner
5K * THE SINFUL FAMILY: FAILURE 6M WE'RE A FAMILY, TOGETHER
•• AND FORGIVENESS AT SINGING IN HIS LOVE.
4H * . SEX EDUCATION IN THE HOME.
+ FAMILY. Mr.· Ron Griffen and Leaven
Fr. Timothy O'Connell
Ms. Mary Reed Newland
4K * CHRl�TIAN VISION OF 5M CONGRESS CHOIR 1980 6N FROM HISTORY TO MYSTERY,
* * SEXUALITY. Mr. Paul Ford FISSION TO FUSION.
Fr. Timothy O'Connell (Repeated Dr. John Elliott (Repeat of 3N',
7K) 5N TWO BY TWO-SYMBOLS OF repeated 9N)
NEED 6P * EDUCATIONAL MINISTRY IN THE
Fr. Regis Duffy, O.F.M. BLACK COMMUNITY..
4M * JOY IN PARENTING: DEVELOPING (Repeated 7N) Dr. Nathan Jones
+ VALUES IN HIS LOVE. 5P • TO BE YOUNG, GIFTED AND
Ms. Josephine Schlehofer BLACK!
(Repeat of 1M) · Sr. Marie de Porres Taylor, 6R • A THEOLOGICAL BASIS FOR
4N CAN SINGLE PERSONS GET TO S.N.J.M. AND Panel (Repeated + EDUCATION IN HUMAN SEXU­
HEAVEN? 8P) ALITY.
Mr. John J. Engels (Repeat of 1N) Dr. David M. Thomas
4P MUSIC OF THE BLACK EXPERI· 5R • TEACHING CHRISTIAN MARRIAGE 6S * EVANGELIZACION & LA
ENCE IN LITURGY. IN HIGH SCHOOL. FAMILIA CRISTIANA PARRO­
Mr. Oscar Pratt Dr. Diivid M, Thomas OUIAL.
5S • LA FAMILIA HISPANA EN LA Mr. Rogelio Manrique
4R • A RENEWAL THEOLOGY OF ENCRUCIJADA DE DOS
+ MARRIAGE AND FAMILY. CULTURAS. (Repeated in English 6T • HOW TO HEAL LIFE'S HURTS IN
Dr. David M. Thomas 6F) THE CLASSROOM.
AS • TEOLOGIA & PASTORAL Fr. Virgil-Elizondo Fr. Matthew Linn, S.J., AND Fr.
FAMILIAR EN PUEBLA 80. 5T MUSIC: A SIGN OF LOVE. Dennis Linn, S.J.
Fr. Xavier Cacho, S.J. Rev. Mr. Ken Can�do 6U MINISTERING TO THE ELDERLY
4T • THREE FACES OF LOVE. 5U CELEBRATING GOD'S WORD AT , WITH TLC (TENDER LOVING
Fr. Thomas Hedberg, S.D.B. HOME. CARE).
4U MUSIC FOR HOLY WEEK. Fr. Dick Hilliard and Beverly Sr. Margaret Eilerman, C.S.J.
Mr. Paul Page Valenti-Hilliard (Repeated 9U)

RECERTIFICATION: * CATECHIST. ** MASTER CATECHIST + PRESCHOOL


APPLICABLE - ARCHDIOCES� OF LOS ANGELES, DIOCESE OF ORANGE
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Sunday, March 9, 1980

10:00-11:30 a.m. 12:30-2:30 p.m. 2:30-4:00 p.m.

7A THE WOMAN'S TALE. BA* SERENDIPITY II , PART l 9A * SERENDIPITY II - PART II


Dr. Ronda Chervin and Sr. Mary Mr. Lyman Coleman Mr. Lyman Coleman
Neill, O.P. BB* THE FAMILY AND THE 9B + CREATING THE FAMILY
7B MARY: OUR OWN LADY. SACRAMENTS. Mr. Clayton C. Barbeau
Sr. Eleanor Yavarone Sr. Briege McKenna, O.S.C. 9C PRAYER: DIFFERENT LOOK AT
7C • PRAYING SCRIPTURE- WHAT IT IS, HOW YOU DO IT
LISTENING WITH YOUR HEART. BC + BUILDING FAMILY PROGRAMS: At,lD WHY YOU MUST.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Miller WHAT AND HOW. Fr. Ellwood Kieser, C.S.P.
Dr. Margot Hover (Repeat of SC)
7D • THE WAY JESUS LEARNED- BD THE ROLE OF PARISH COUNCILS 9D GOOSPELL
THE JEWISH FAMILY. IN PASTORAL PLANNING. Ms. Debi Doiron
Ms. Megan McKenna Fr. William J. Rademacher 9E • INITIATION IN GLOBAL AWARE-
7E + fARALITURGY, CELEBRATING' NESS
'WITH THE YOUNG CHILD. BE + TELEVISION AND TODAY'S ' Fr. Christopher Brickley (Repeat
Preschool Team FAMILY. of 1 E)
7F CONCRETE IDEAS ON HOW TO Ms. Dolores Curran
EVANGELIZE THE UNCHURCHED BF* ART IN ACTION. 9F* ART IN ACTION
AND THE INACTIVE. + Ms,. Janice McNeil, and Ms. + Ms. Janice McNeil, Ms. Esther
Fr. Alvin Illig, C.S.P. Esther Hopping (Repeated 9F) Hopping (Repeat of BF)
7H + STORY TELLING AND FAMILY 9H HANDICAPPED PEOPLE-WHAT
RESOURCES FOR GROWING UP A 8H PARENTAL REACTION TO DEAF- ARE THE AMERICAN BISHOPS
CHRISTIAN. NESS. SAYING TO AND ABOUT YOU?
Dr. Greg Kimberlin and Panel

..
Ms. Mary Reed Newland Fr. Brian Doran, Ms. Teresa Duf-
7K • CHRISTIAN VISION OF SEXU' fy, Henry Estrada, C.M.F., and
ALITY. 8K* HOLY DA VS, HOLIDA VS AND Panel
Fr. Timothy O'Connell (Repeat of SUNDAYS. 9K JUGGLING YOUR TIME AS A
4K) Ms. Gaynell Cronin VOLUNTEER 'MANAGER'.

..
Ms. Judith Rauner

'
8M DEACON-FACILITATOR OF 9M + HELPING FAMILIES WITH
7M * MY PEOPLE, MY NATION, MY LOVE.
SON PARENTING.
Fr. Richard Loomis, Deacon Dr. Elinor Ford
Ms. Donna Wanland Tony Varesio and Panel
7N TWO BY TWO-SYMBOLS OF 9N FROM HISTORY TO MYSTERY,
8N TWO BY TWO-SYMBOLS OF FISSION TO FUSION.
NEED. ABUNDANCE.
Fr. Regis Duffy, O.F.M. (Repeat Dr. John Elliott (Repeat of 3N &
Fr. Regis Duffy, O.F.M. 6N)
of 5N)
7P * CREATIVE APPROACHES TO 8P* TO BE YOUNG, GIFTED AND
BLACK, CHRISTIAN EDUCATION. BLACK! 9P BLACK FAMILY: ITS FAITH AND
Dr. Nathan Jones Sr. Marie de orres Taylor SPIRITUALITY.
(Repeat of 5P� Dr. Nathan Jones
7R * WHAT YOU ALWAYS WANTED 9R CATHOLIC DEVOTIONS: A
TO KNOW ABOUT CHANGE IN 8R * DOES YOUR LITURGY WORK, OR VANISHING SPECIES; WHY WE
THE CHURCH AND WERE TOO WHY HAVEN'T WE YET CON- . MUST PROTECT THEM!
AFRAID TO ASK! VERTED THE WORLD? Fr. Theodore Ross, S.J.
Fr. Theodore Ross, S.J. (Repeat Fr. Edward Matthews
of 2R) 8S * PAPEL DE EL/LA JOVEN- 9S* RELIGIOSIDAD POPULAR EN LA
7S • MARIA: SU PAPEL EN LA IG- ADULTO EN LA FAMILIA DE FAMILIA HISPANA
LESIA, SOCIEDAD Y FAMILIA. DIOS-IGLESIA. Mr. Rogelio Manrique
Fr. Virgil Elizondo Bro. Luis G. Gonzalez, F.S.C. 9T THE BANQUET: A PARABLE OF
YOUNG ADULTS AND THE
7T ADULT MENTALLY RETARDED 8T* HEALING PRAYER FOR THE CHURCH.
PERSONS, THEIR FAMILY AND TEACHER. Mr. James Kolar
THE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY. Fr. Matthew Linn, S.J., and Fr.
Sr. Phyllis Supancheck, S.C.R.H. Dennis Linn, S.J. 9U MINISTERING TO THE ELDERLY
7U MUSIC FOR FAMILIES au THE GRIEF AND LOSSES IN WITH TLC (TENDER LOVING
CELEBRATING LITURGY DIVORCE. CARE).
TOGETHER. Sr. Josephine Stewart, S.S.M.N., Sr. Margaret Eilerman, C.S.J.
Mr. Paul Page, and Ms. Ruth Spencer (Repeat of 6U)

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MUSIC IS MUSIC IN THE
HIS MEDIUM BLACK CULTURE
PaulF. Page Oscar Pratt
Paul Page is Music Editor for Oscar Pratt is a highly re­
Resource Publications/Modern nowned figure in the musical
Liturgy; Music Director at St. experience of the Black com­
Lucy's Church in Campbell, munity. The adult choir at
and Music Teacher at Saratoga Transfiguration parish in South
High School in Saratoga where Central Los Angeles, where Mr.
he teaches orchestra, harmony, Pratt is Choir Director, has
guitar, and choir. recorded an album, King Jesus
He earned a Bachelor of Arts Is A ' Listenin, ' with him con­
in both Philosophy and Music ducting. Participants will find_
and is a liturgical composer, his workshop especially inspira-
arranger and performer. tional.
Among his credits are 24 albu� "MUSIC OF THE BLACK
length cassettes of contemporary EXPERIENCE IN LITURGY"
Christian music which he ar­ mance'' of this new music will (4P) The price has been paid.
ranged, directed and produced. be encouraged. The dues have been paid. The
His workshops will enhance "MUSIC FOR FAMILIES time has long passed that music
our musical knowledge. CELEBRATING LITURGY of the Black experience should
"MUSIC FOR HOLY WEEK" TO GETHKR" (7U) Th is take its proper role in liturgical
(4U) This workshop will con­ workshop will examine some of expression. Out of the pain of
centrate on a presentation of the music which is suitable for slavery and later rejection, a
music culled from composers use not only in children's liturgy people takes to its heart the pain
representing nearly every area but in liturgies which are shared and rejection shown the Son of
of the U.S. All of it is specifical­ by the entire family. Special to Man; They expressed that rela­
ly designed for use during Holy this workshop will be the tionship in a music that only
Week and examples for creative "premiere" of Mr. Page's pain, suffering and rejection
use of refrains, psalms, songs "Look For the Savior," a col­ could inspire. It is a legacy of
and acclamations will be given. lection of new hymns and songs pride. A legacy that needs to be
The music to be presented either for the entire family at liturgy. shared.·
has or will appear in issues of Participant involvement in the
Modern Liturgy. Participant in­ performance of this new music BEGINNING
volvement in the "perfor- will be encouraged. WITH PRESCHOOL
Preschool Team
O'Connell (continued)' THEY MAKE A The archdiocesan pre-school
offer guidance for today's JOYFUL NOISE team (members of the arch­
families. diocesan Preschool Advisory
"CHRISTIAN VISION OF The Pilgrim Friars Board) trains teachers and of­
SEXUALITY" (4K and 7K) The Pilgrim Friars, who fers resource and planning aids
There is much discussion about made the record album Come throughout the diocese. The
specific issues in sexual morality and Dine, have traveled many hours they give and the
today. But often we forget that throughout the west in parishes many miles they travel is
first we have to decide what and universities giving concerts testimony to their dedication
secularity is all about. The ses­ and playing at liturgies. Their and service. Parents and
sion will outline the reasons for, workshop promises to be a dif­ teachers of young children and
the current confusion about sex­ ferent kind of prayer experience. parishes who are planning to
uality and then will sketch a "TOOLS OF PRAYER" start a preschool program· will
Christian vision as a basis for (2H) The seven young Domini­ be interested in these work­
concrete moral decision. cans will use banjo, bass, shops:
"THE SINFUL FAMILY: drums, guitar,, musical saw, "PRESCHOOL: FUN AND
FAILURE AND FORGIVE­ mandolin, auto harp, grease­ GAMES OR R ELJGIOUS
NESS AT HOME" (SK) Karl paint, costumes, and projectors EDUCATION?" (4E) will cover
Menninger asked: "Whatever as tools of prayer; prayer in­ the basics of the preschool
became of sin?" What do we volving the whole person-all philosophy, policies and
mean by "sin"? The session will the senses: sight, sound; move­ classroom management. Pre­
present the richness of the ment. Participants will share in school is a very special place
Catholic understanding of sin: an experience of the family where the 3.4.5 year old child
failure and forgiveness; and together in God's love through may worship God the Father at
then relate this understanding to Gospel Bluegrass, contemporary his or her own level. The
the Congress theme. Christian music, inime and media. (Please turn to next page)
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PARISH FAMILY IN PRAISE OF VOLUNTEERS'
IN COUNCIL Judy Rauner
Reverend William J. Judy"Rauner has many years the parish, and in the organiza­
Rademacher of professional experience _with tion or program, P·ractical ways
Father Rademacher is Flan­ volunteers as a: · manager of of evaluating your particular
nery Professor (The Chair of volunteer programs in church, program strengths . and needs
school, and human are set - will be shared.
, • ,... 1

Roman Catholic Theology) at


Gonzaga University in Spokane, tings. A Cd sul.iaril'.in 1V'olunteer
Washington. He has giv'en Program )•4a1a�emen't and a uJUGGLING YOUR TIME
.
numerous· workshops and has former teacher of ·c'0mn1umt� AS VOLUNTEER 'MANA­
written several books and many college and adult education, she GER' "(9K), will offer ideas on
articles on the· subject of parish earned her M.A. in Human how to balance volunteer needs
councils. Resource Management. She has and program needs, keep moving
published several articles about what's important, drop what's
volunteers. not important, and- maintain
"VOLUNTEERING TODAY" _within the program· the atmos­
(6K) will look at W'hat's happen­ phere of Christian . love that
ing and h ow p r ograms, brings p e o p l e t o g e t he r .
volunteers, and their families Management. techniques will be
are influenced.- Each ·volunteer­ discussed, including planning
based group is affected by many and implementation ideas • for
constantly changing forces: in r e c r u i t i n g and ret a i n i n g
the nation, in the community, in volunteers.

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"THE ROLE OF PARIS A PERSPECTIVE ON CHANGE


COUNCILS IN PASTORAL Reverend Theodore C. Ross, S.J.
PLANNING" (8D) will con­
sider · parish councils first in "To grow is to change," AND WERE TOO AFRAID
terms of witness, vision and w r ot e C a r d i n a l N e w m a n . TO AS_K!" (2R aqd 7R)
m i s s i on; then Father Father Ted Ross has done Many parishes coritimie to fight
Rademacher will suggest con­ e xt e n s i v e r e s e a r c h in t h e the changes since Vatican II.
crete steps for carrying out that theology of Cardinal Newman This session will sJlOW the
mission in the parish and in the and as Assistant Professor of c h a n g e s as a u the ntjcaHy
community. Historical Theology at the Catholic and a great protection
Jesuit School of Theology in for Catholic tradition.',
Chicago, he is in a key position
to understand the changes in the "CA T H OL I C D EV O-
Preschool (continued)
. · Church. His workshops last TIONS: A V A N I SHlNG
�reative �•fun a�d games" is the year gave a sensitive under­ SPECIES,· WHY WE MUST
Joy�ul celebr�t10n of an ex- standing and deep appreciation PROTECT THEM!" (9R)
.
penent1al environment. of what has been happening in Many are upset over 'the de­
"PARALITURGY, CELE- the Catholic Church since 1963 emphasis of devotions in the
B R AYING W I T H TH E and h e returns this year by modern church. Thfs session
'\'.OUNG CHILD" (7E) is de- popular demand. will "unpack" the principle of
signed for parents and teachers "WHAT YOU ALWAYS devotions and demonstrate their
of young children interested in WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT role in reinforcing a Catholic
the planning and development CHANGE IN THE CHURCH attitude to the world.
of paraliturgical family celebra-
tions. The werkshop will discuss
the elements of a . paralilurgy THE AREA FAMILY
and ant,wer such q ue tiens as
"How do. we· select a theme?" San Gabriel Valley Youth Council
"Where so we go for materi­ The San Gabriel Valley
YOUTH MINISTRY ' (18)
als?" "How do we organize a Youth Team represe�1ts a coun-
This family of adults,. y0ung
paraliturgy?'' cil involving 20 parishes situated
adul.ts, and high-school youth
Participants and team east of Les Angele . Their
will share their experiences in
together will plan and celebrate workshop is: moving beyond the boundaries
a paraliturgy using the theme of their parishe� to form an area
''Joy In · Praising God the '' AREA CLUSTERS: A community having a common
Father." BROADER APPROACH TO vision of ministering to youth.
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MORE ABOUT THEY'LL TALK ABOUT MARY
VALUES Monsignor John V. Sheridan
Jo Schlehofer Sister Maureen Kelly, S.S.L.
Jo Schlehofer is author of
JOY IN PARENTING,
Monsignor Sheridan, pastor Louis Sisters of California.
founder of the Joy in Parenting of Our Lady of Malibu Church, "MARY, WITNESS TO
classes/workshops, and Direc­ author - and lecturer, has OUR FINAL DESTINY AS
tor of Joy In Parenting, Inc. devoted the major part of his FAMILIES OF GOD" (4D) In
Based on her many years of ex­ life to the studied exposition of her virginity, her marital fideli­
perience as a professional faith and modern men and ty, her motherhood, Mary is
parent educator - and as a women. His retreats to priests our supreme human witness to
parent - Jo's book helps parents and married couples in the mid­ how we can fill the divine
find positive alternatives when sixties anticipated the themes, vacancy in us. Mary's virginity
disciplining and teaches values format and direction of those of was not a mere biological condi­
and self esteem. She will bring today. tion; it was not an attempt to
cut herself away from her
her unique message to Con­
gress 1980. Sister Maureen · was for brothers and sisters; it was her
"JOY' IN PARENTING: several years a high school way of leaving room for God
DEVELO P ING FAMILY teacher in the Los Angeles and enlarging her openness to
VALUES IN HIS LOVE" (lM Archdiocese. She has an exten­ other members of the human
and 4M) This workshop will sive background in English Hter­ family, which included the new
help parents and teachers ature and biblical studies and Adam, Jesus. Standing in the
understand and aid their conducts adult Bible conferences shadow of his cross, she con­
children's value formation. in several parishes. She has summated her openness to the
How values are formed, com­ given innumerable conferences Father, reaffirming her "yes"
munication skills to aid this for­ in contemporary spirituality to our common destiny as fami­
mation, and what to do when and is Directress of the St. ly of God.
values differ in a family will be
discussed through lecture,
discussion, and activities. USING THE JOORNAL
Reverend George F. Simons
APPROACHING George Simons t a u g h t
RELEASED/TIME courses employing journal
techniques in the Human
Stacy Schumacher Development Program at
In her nine years as a profes­ Oberlin College from 1973 to
sional religious educator, Stacy 1975. As a Danforth-Underwood
Schumacher has had much ex­ Fellow during 1975-76, he re­
perience in dealing with Re­ searched, created and tested
leased Time programs, which personal growth materials for
demand special goals and ap­ adult education with particular
proaches because of their1 unique emphasis on' the use of the jour­
problems. nal as a private tool and as an
Director of Religious Educa­ adjunct to group process. From
tion at.St. Francis Xavier, Bur­ .1976 to the present he has
bank, Stacy has done graduate worked as a free-lance writer
work in Applied Theology and and ed.ucational consultant,�iv­
had five years volunteer ing countless courses and worl<­
religious education experience shops in journal methods for
before "turning pro." colleges, growth centers, personal journal as a tool for
"BR ING ING THE RE­ writers, professional groups and personal growth and for family
LEASED T IME STUDENT churches; and his.work with the unity and communication.
INTO THE FAMILY INTER.MEDIA FOUNDA- ' "HOW BIG IS A PERSON:
C IRCLE" (2N) will cover what, TION focuses on the creation of J HEALING THE BODY/SOUL.
the catechist (and program ,personal growth workbooks for SPLIT" (6E) will develop a new
director) should realistically ex­ adults. He has written several model of the person which seeks
pect from a Released Time class books and articles on the sub- to help us understand ourselves
and give suggestions of tech­ ject of Journal keeping. and teach our children a greater
niques that can be llsed to bring "THE JOURNAL-PER- sense .of self esteem and respect
the often "unchurched" Re­ SONAL JOURNEY, FAMILY for each other by seeing and
leased Time student into the STORY'' (SE) will introduce feeling God's gift of embodiment
family of the Church. participants to the use of the in creating us as we are.
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THE HURTING FAMILY SEX EDUCATION BLACK
Sister Josephine Stewart, AMD THE CA THOLIC YOOTH
S.S.M.N., Ruth Spencer, I ' ELEMENTARY Sister Marie de Porres
and Mike Buchner Taylor, S.N.J.M.
CHILD
Sister Josephine Stewart earned
a Master of Education degree in Sister Barbara Anne
Sister Marie is Pastoral
Marriage and Family Life at St. Stowassei', c�s.J..
Associate at St. aenedict
Louis University. She has given Sister Barbara Anne is a Church in Oakland, California.
workshops in communication, member of the USCC National She is Supervisor of Youth
parenting, marriage, and death Parenting. Committee and
and dying. Director of Elementary Educa­
Ruth Spencer is a board tion for the Sisters of St.
member of the North American Joseph of Carondelet, Los
Conference of Separated and Angeles Province. She was
Divorced Catholics and has formerly Coordinator of Chris­
been in stru m e n ta l in tian Family Life Education for
establishing support groups in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles,
the Bay area. and is eminently qualified to
Mike Buchner is a divorced bring us the workshop on
father of. two children and a "SEXUALITY AND CATE­
professional in the field of per­ CHESIS: PARENTS,
sonnel management. TEACHERS UNITE!" (3B)
''THE GRIEF CHILD REN Vatican Council II said that
EXPERIENCE WHEN THEI R children and young people
PARENTS DIVORCE" (lP) should be given positive and
When children live through the prudent sexual education. How
separation and divorce of their do home and school accomplish Ministry and Youth Services for
parents they often experience this? Why do some conscien­ St. Benedict Church, a member
intense grief and a sea of tious parents object to all sex of the Diocese of Oakland Priest
negative feelings. Often their education programs in the Senate ,Committee on Youth
suffering is overlooked, or they classroom? How can parish Ministry, and member of Youth
are not able to work through programs respond to their con­ Ministry Committee for the
their grief, especially their feel­ cerns and be consistent with the National Office for Black
ings of guilt and blame. This teaching of Vatican II and the Catholics.
workshop will focus on the pain American bishops? Practical I n "T O BE YOUNG,
of loss experienced by these suggestions will be shared as to GIFTED, AND BLACK!" (SP
children and present ways in how parent and catechist can and 8P), she will explore youth
which their parents and other work together to provide educa­ ministry for Black youth and
significant adults (relatives, tion in sexuality in the context will present some models of ef­
teachers, friends) can be most of religious values. fective youth ministry that are
helpful during this time of pain. operative today in the Black
THE MENTALLY Catholic community, including
RETARDED ADULT designed some retreat models that are
"THE GRIEF AND LOSSES for the Black Catholic
IN DIVORCE" (8U) For most Sister Phyllis Supancheck, youth. Black Catholic youth
people marriage is a major in­ S.C.R.H. will be involved in the workshop
vestment of one's person and Sister Phyllis was formerly an to share their insights on How
one's life. Because marriage is a,rchdiocesan moderator for the the Church can meet their needs
such a significant commitment, Developmentally Disabled. She as will as how they can best
the experience of divorce is a is presently a volunteer working serve the Church.
"journey through death" ac­ with mentally retarded adults to
companied by many and deep find jobs, recreational activities,
losses. This workshop will focus and acceptance in the communi­ THE PERMANENT
on the experience of divorced ty for these spe�ial people.
persons, their struggle through "ADULT MENTALLY RE­
DEACON ,
pain, and the ways they learned TARDED PERSONS, THEI R Deacon Tony Varesio and
to "pass through death to new F AM I L I ES, A N D THE Reverend Richard Loomis
life." It will present to teachers, CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY'' Deacon Tony serves at St.
friends, relatives and co­ (7T) Many questions are raised Raphael's in Goleta and is
workers of the divorced, effec­ by the families of mentally Associate Director of the Per­
tive and life-giving ways to care retarded adults and teenagers manent Diaconate Program.
and reach out during the regarding the future of these· Father Dick is chairman of the
passage through the pain of people. What part as Christian Religious Studies Department at
divorce. Community do we have to play? (Please turn to next page)
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MARRIAGE JESUS' ROOTS AVE
AND SEXUALITY Donna Maree Wanland Eleanor Yavarone
A THEOLOGICAL Donna Wanland is a former Eleanor Yavarone is Sales
VIEW winner of the Anna Grancell Coordinator for Franciscan
Award for distinguished Communications Center/Tele­
scholarship, Hebrew Union KETICS. Her book, GROWING
David M. Thomas, Ph.D. College in Los Angeles. IN GOD'S LOVE, was pub­
Presently, she teaches scripture lished by Silver Burdett; and she
In this era of the nuclear
family and the so-called sexual
revolution, how can we realis­
tically relate and teach Christian
values of marriage and sexual­
ity? Dr. David Thomas is
A s sociate P r o f e s s o r of
Theology at St. Meinrad School
of Theology and specializes in
marriage, family and sexuality
- he will share some sugges­
tions with us about how to
approach this subject in the and catechetics in the theology is authorized instructor for:
following workshops: department of Loyola High Parent Effectiveness Training,
School. She has done extensive Teacher Effectiveness Training,
"A RENEWED THEOL­ graduate study at Hebrew and Leader Effectiveness Train­
OG Y OF MARRIAGE" (4R): Union College and is education ing. She will bring us a new look
Founded on the theological in­ consultant for '' International at a special woman.
sights of Vatican II, and based Educational Development,'' "MAR Y : OUR OWN
on the experience of married New York., LAD Y" (7B) will explore the
Christians, we are slowly Her presentations are always ways in which our deep personal
developing a life-centered, love­ insightful and inspiring. love for the mother of Jesus has
enriched theology of marriage. "MY PEOPLE, MY NATION, i n f l u e n c e d art, music,
These developments will be ex­ MY SON" (7M) Jesus had literature, and ritual. In our
plored along with suggestions roots. Deep, holy, Jewish roots. own times, we are seeking fresh
for living a deep Christian His religious heritage stretched ways to express this devotion.
spirituality in the married state. almost two thousand years into In celebrating Mary, we
the rich and fertile soil of celebrate her son, and the best
"TEACHING CHRISTIAN Yahweh's "chosen." It is im­ that is in ourselves. Mary is a
MARR I A G E IN H IGH possible to understand Jesus' vital model for all women
SCHOOL" (SR ): Remote life or ministry without at least today.
preparation for Christian mar­ an introduction to his people
riage is the responsibility of the and his land. This workshop
family and the Church. A will attempt such an introduc­ Deacon (continued)
realistic setting for that prepara­ tion.
tion is through the educational Bishop Montgomery High
o f f erings of t h e C h u r c h , HE'LL TELL US WHY School in Torrance.
especially a t the high school The diaconate program is
Reverend relatively new and their work­
level. Suggestions for both con­ Thomas Weston, S.J.
tent and tone will be offered. shop will explain more about
Father Weston is a teacher in the deacon's perspective.
the theology department of "DEACON: FACILITATOR
" A THEOLOGICAL BA SIS Loyola High School in Los OF HIS LOVE" (8M) A theo­
FOR EDUC A T IO N IN Angeles. logical and practical view of the
HUMA N S EXUAL IT Y" "WHATEVER HAPPENED ministry of the deacon which
(6R): When Christians educate. TO THE GOOD OLD DA YS?" sacramentally enables God's
their own to both the values and (3A) This perspective on family to grow in love. The
beliefs which touch the living of, Vatican I and II and Trent will deacon's concern is especially to
a dynamic Christian life, they be a practical, pastoral, the most wounded and hurting
do well to provide wise direction historical presentation of the of the Lord's people, his "Little
relating to the sexual dimension change in the Catholic church. Ones." Included in the presen­
of life. This presentation will Why has Vatican II caught so tation will be deacons and their
explore the key theological in­ many unprepared? How can we wives who are actively involved
sights which form the basis for a make sense out of a revitalized, in the ministry, especially fami­
catechesis in human sexuality. changing church? ly ministry.
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A CLOSER LOOK AT UN LLAMADA AL CONGRESO 8()
LITURGY
Familia. Para cada uno de nosotros esta palabra nos trae toda
Reverend Thomas Welbers/
clase de recuerdos e imagenes. Muchos de los diccionarios definen
Janie Gustafson a la familia con frases como: "Miembros de una casa comun" y
"Pueblos que tienen un linaje comun."
Al reunirnos en nuestro Congreso de Educacion Religiosa de
1980, lo haremos como una familia. Realmente tenemos un linaje
comun como hermanos y hermanas del Senor. Somos miembros
de una casa comun-la IgJe;sia. Entonces, seria apropiado que una
de las celebraciones principales de este ano de la familia, fuese
nuestra reunion. Estaremos unidos para regocijarnos en la vida
que compartimos y en la ayuda que ofrecemos a todos nuestros
hermanos y hermanas en la familia humana. Sabemos que nuestro
Principal Celebrante es Jesus, nuestro Senor, quien nos otorga el
Don del Espiritu para guiarnos a todos en nuestro peregrinaje
Mass is much more than a hacia la Casa Eterna del Padre.
weekly obligation -- it is the Con alegria, una vez mas celebraremos este Congreso bajo la
deepest, most profound expres­ proteccion de la Madre de Dios y de nuestra familia cristiana.
sion of our faith. Father Tom
Welbers and Janie Gustafson Reverend Monsignor John Barry
are leaders in liturgy planning.
He is, in addition to being
Associate Pastor, Our Lady of
Lourdes, Northridge, a member
of the Archdiocesan Liturgical TRADICION Y FAMILIA
Commission, the Religious
Rev. Virgilio Elizondo
Education Congress Liturgy
Committee,and the Modern
Liturgy Editorial Board. He is El Padre Virgilio Elizondo es
also Professor of Liturgy at St. reconocido y respetado como el
John's Seminary. She is Liturgy dinamico director del Centro Cul­
Coordinator and Music Direc­ tural Mexico-Americano en San
tor at St. Cyril's Parish in En­ Antonio, Texas, y es autor del libro
'cino and Campus Minister and CHRISTIANJSMO Y CUL­
Assistant Chaplain at Loyola TURA: Una introduccion al traba­
Law School (more about her on jo pastoral en las comunidades bi­
page II). lingues, y bicuJturales, estarl una
Together they will present: vez mas en nuestro Congreso P.ata
''L E TS PL A N A enriquecemos eon SU alegria y
LITURGY" (2F and 3F) This dones personales.
will be an exercise in preparing "LA FAMILIA HISPANA EN
and celebrating a eucharistic LA ENCRUCIJADA DE DOS
liturgy. The session will con­ C ULTURAS." (SS) Tratara de
clude with a celebration of the como el Pueblo Hispano concive a "MARIA: SU PA PEL EN LA
Mass that participants will have la familia; base de la sociedad que IGLESIA, SOCIEDAD Y FAMJ­
p r e p ared t o g e t h e r . P r e­ da vida, las relaciones inter­ LIA ." .(7S) Presentarl a Man�
requirements for this workshop farniliares hispanas en contraste como la primera misionera y
are: /. Read, study, and pray con las de la cultura en que vive, evangelizadora de las Amc!ricas, su
over the Gospel of the day, los conflictos que esta diversidad paR(ll en mi$teri0 de la ·Bncarna­
Matthew 21:33-46, beforehand; crea y como el hispano trata de re­ cio'n, de madre y esposa; la re­
2. Bring a Bible; 3. Think about solverlas y adaptarlas. EST A lacion existente entre Maria base de
the theme of the Gospel SESION SERA PRESENT ADA la Familia Cristiana y la mujer
b e f o rehand, and bri ng T AMBIEN EN INGLES (6F). hispana base de la Familia.
something which concretely
represents it. This object may be
"obvious" or "way out," but it Persons who can translate EngUsh to Spanish instantaneously
should be simple and able to be are needed for a number of English workshops which will be im­
given away or used artistically. mediately translared to Spanish with the use of earphones. If-you
Workshops 2F and 3F are would like to help with this, please co,ntact Sister Maruja Sedana,
Parts I and ll. If you choose Office of Religious Education, 1520 West Ninth St., Los Angeles,
one you will automatically be CA 900L5, (213) 387-7367, ext. 352.
ticketed for both.
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EXPERIENCIAS HA1i,TA QUE LA VAYAN Y ANUNCIEN
Hno. Luis Gonzalez, F.S.G.
MUERTE NOS SEPARE Sr. Rogelio Manrique
Con alegri� anunciamos que Rev. Xavier Cacho La EamHia hispana vive en
de nuevo tendremos entre noso- Vazquez, SJ una pl:\rr6q.uia y tiene la misi6n
1:ros al Hno. Luis, gFan evange­ El Padre Xavier Cacho, de actuar coma "agente" para
lizador.,de jo�enes· y. adultos. Bl Director de! Departmento de la evangelizaci�n a la vez, que es
Hno. es naturtat de MJxic0, Ciencias Religiosas en la evangelizada por el resto de la
trabaje' Jl>'0r varios anos entre Universidad Iberoamei:icana, Comunidad. El senor Rogelio
nuestra Dicfoe,sis, posee las Mexico y Asesor Nacional-del
I,,ieeociatu.,as en tetras, y Con­ Movimiento Familiar Cristiano;
sejero Sic&logo y Doetarado en Licencia,d o e n F i l osofi'a,
Educaci6n. Al presente el Hno. Teologit e Historia, nos
Luis vive en Monterrey, Mex­ ofrecera dos charlas:
ico, donde ejerce el cargo de "FAMILIA; COMUNIDAD
Director de Pastoral en la
c���JL���l{�;
E O
Universidad Cat6lica. · , ��o� ��
"EXPERIENCIAS PRAC­ (lS) Tratara' de los problemas
TICAS EN LA CATEQUE­ fundamentales de las familias
SIS FAMILIAR." (3S) Ex­ de hoy: ejem. desintegracion
plorara' el mensaje evang�lico conyugal, resultados -en gran
aplicado a la Catequesis c0m0 el parte- del entorno cultural y
mensaje evang�lico puede llevarse macrosocial masificante. El en sus charlas "EVANGELI­
a la Familia; programas. de Evangelia del amor conyugal y ZACION Y LA FAMILIA
pr�araci6n e irTJ,plement. aojcfo familiar que anuncia y celebra CRISTIANA PARR0QUIAL."
practicas para el creejmiento en la participacicfn en Dias Uno y (6S) explorara' l0s vaJores cul­
la fede la familia. Trina. , turales y religiosos de la familia
"PAPEL DE EL/LA J0- ''TEOLOGIA Y PASTORAL hispana en USA y c&'mo esos
VEN/ ADULT0/ A EN LA FAMILIARES EN PUEBLO valores pueden contribuir a la
FAMILIA DE DI0S." (8S) · 79" (4S). Las categorias tiansformacion de la sociedad
. Trata de ubicar a nuestra juven­ vertebradoras de Puebla­ en que vive.
tud-adulta dentro de una Comunion y Participacion­ · La evl;l,ngelizacitn tiene que
pastoral de conjunto. Hay desentranan las experiencias encarnar los valores culturales
mucho por hacer en nuestra familiares Cristianas en sus de .fos, di:ferentes grup.0s �tnicos
sociedad. °C6mo enfocar la dimensiones personalizantes y a quie'nes el mensaj_e c::ristiano va
vitalidad y capacidad de nuestra comunitarias. La pastoral invita dirigido.'
juventud para que sean trans­ a las familias a vivir histori­ "RELIGIOS IDAD POPU­
misores de nueva savia dentro camente su pro,pio mis,re:x,i.o eter­ LA R E N LA FAMILIA
de nuestras instituciones no de amor, anuneian:dqles la HISPANA." (9S) Mira a las
familiares? liberacitrn en Ccisto; en esl'racha diversas formas de religiosidad
c.onexien con la pastoral s0cial. popular entre los hispan0s
•como, media de Evangelizaci6n.
SACRAM ENTOS Y LEBERACION C elebraciones R e l i glosas
Srita. Megan McKenna .Familiares que ayuden al desar­
rollo religioso del cristiano. El
Una expedencia de los Sacra­ OFM y John Dierchsmeier, uso de la m�sica para trans­
mentos blsieos: Bautismo, OFM. Frariciscanos expertos en mitir el mensaje.
eonfiFmacicfo y Eucari,stia, pastoral parroquial, juvenil y El senor Rogelio Manrique
uti'lizan'do sifubolosesoritura,, comunidades de Base. La naci� en Caracas, Venezuela,
music::a, audio-visuales y, r,it(!)S de senorita Megan es profesora del vive con su esposa Mary y sus
iniciac,ion para adultos., Instituto Cate�u�tico y Pastoral tres nijas en South Bend, In­
"CRISTIANO POR INICIA­ de Loyola, New Orleans y del diana. DesJi)uts de una e�peri­
CION NO P0R NACIMI­ Colegio Franciscano de eneia aead�mica y pastor:.al es al
ENTO." (2S) Esencialmente la Teologi!i, Berkeley, California. presente Director Ejecutivo de
conferencia consistira' en intro­ Entre sus escritos se encuen:tran la Comision Cat�lica Hispana
ducir , a Jestis como el . primer las series de Catequesis ex­ NCCB de las regiones VI y VII
sacramento de! encuentro con perimental: FOLLOWERS OF de los estados de Ohio,
Dias. La sesicfn concluira' con la THE WAY, ALL FALL Michigan, Indiana, Illinois y
renovacicfo de nuestras pro­ D'6WN sobre reconciliacie'n y Wisconsin y esta comprometido
mesas bautismales. Sera presen­ ,en preparacicfo estcfn dos libros, a ayudar a 'que el pueblo
tada por ia gran oradora y uno sobre la vida de la persona hispano se desarrolle
escritora Megan McKenna, y SU soltera y el otro sobre Comuni­ plenamente coma miembro del
equipo Revs. Rigoberto Caloca, dades de Base. Pueblo de Dios.
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MEDIA PREVIEWING CHAPEL SACRAMENT
The Orange Room in ,the OF RECONCILIATION
There will be previewing of Anaheim Convention Center There will be opportunities
films, slides, filmstrips, and will be used for the Chapel for the Sacrament of Recon­
other media presentations at again for this year's Congress. ciliation on Friday and Satur­
Congress '80. you may stop by for a moment day afternoons from 4:00 to
Location: Huntington Beach ,of prayer and adoration before 4:30. If you will go to the Con­
Room the Blessed Sacrament. The course of the Arena, ushers will
Time: Friday, Saturday, chapel will be open daily from direct you.
Sunday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. We invite all priests who are
9:45 a.m. to 3:45 present to assist us at this time.
p.m. If you are available, Fr. Oavid
No registration is required Sork will be at the Grand Lobby
and it is free! entrance of the Arena Con-
Detail information will be in ROSARY course to direct you. Bishop
your program booklet, and You are invited to join in the William Johnson has granted
publicity flyers will be in recitation of the rosary each day faculties to all priests' at the
various locations in the Conven­ during the lunch period in the Congress who enjoy the facul-
tion Center. Orange County Room. ties of their own diocese.

PASTORAL MINISTRY TO HANDICAPPED


Tht Office of Pastoral SR. PHYLLIS SUPANCHECK
Mini stry to Handicapped will speak about the Mentally
People takes this opportunity to Retarded Adult.
invite all handicapped people to DEACON KEN CANEDO
will talk on his own experiences
attend, the Religious Education
of music and hearing-impaired
Congress. It is a joyous, infor-
people.
m;ltive, love-filled celebration The beautiful thing about the
of us as one Church. The Office Congress is that our handi­ Sister Phyllis
this year is sponsoring four capped people do not have to
workshops: limit themselves to these work­
shops. All the workshops of the
FR. BRIAN DORAN, entire weekend are open to
TERRI DUFFY, HENRY ES­ them. Any special assistance,
TRADA, and a PANEL will e.g. interpreters, guides, etc.,
discuss the United States will be provided at no extra
Bishops' Pastoral Letter. on charge. On Saturday evening
handicapped people.• there is a Mass in Sign
DR. GREG KIMBERLIN, Language, and the Arena Mass
the director of St. John's Men­ on Sunday is interpreted. We
tal Health Services for the Deaf, will do everything possible to be
and a PANEL will present a sure that our handicapped peo­
workshop on the effects of ple can participate fully in the
deafness in a family. Religious Education Congress.

If our office can be of help to you, complete the form and mail to:
OFFICE OF PASTORAL MINISTRY TO HANDICAPPED PEOPLE
923 So. Grattan Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015
Name __________________ Requested assistance:
Address __________________ ___Interpreters for deaf
City_____ State_____Zip _____ ___Guides for the blind
Telephone_(___) ____________ ___________Other
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CONGRE.SS LITURGIES

Within our Congress family SATURDAY The New Wind Choir, St.
are, many diverse expressions of Bishop Juan Arzube and Raymond's Downey, will pro­
one reality: We are one people, Archbishop . Clavel will both vide the music for the sixth of
a family of faith, bonded preside over a gathering of our our Saturday afternoon liturgies
together with Euch.arist at the brothers and sisters who wish to at which Father Joseph Bat­
center of our lives. Our Con­ celebrate Eucharist in Spanish. taglia will be the principal
gress liturgies will reflect our Music will be provided by Santa celebrant.
union as a FAMILY, TO­ Isabel's choir, Los Angeles.
GETHER IN HIS LOVE.
Rooted in the Black experi-
FRIDAY ence, Father William Norval SUNDAY
In a reflective setting with the will celebrate a liturgy with Mr.
use of media, Father Francis Oscar Pratt and the Trans­ Our Congress will culminate
with three liturgies on Sunday
Colborn will be the principal figuration Adult Choir.
afternoon. The participants of
celebrant with Revelation 22, the Serendipity II workshop. will
choir of St. Elisabeth's, Van The people of Fresno invite
Nuys, providing the music. all who can join them to a be called to worship by Father
liturgy with Bishops Donohoe Don Kimball with Godsong
Father Dennis Steik will and Mahony. The music will be providing the music.
celebrate a liturgy in the Roman provided by Ellis and Lynch.
Rite with an East Indian motif.
The music will be coordinated Father Brian Doran will call
by Ben Lima. together the members of our The performers of "God­
family who are deaf or hard of spell" will join with Father
Our Hispanic community will hearing for Eucharist. Music .Michael Harris to provide a
be able to gather with Bishop will be by the seminarians of St. triumphant Eucharistic Expres­
Manuel Moreno and St. Kevin's John's, Camarillo, under the sion at the conclusion of their
choir, Los Angeles, 'for a direction of Deacoh Ken Sunday afternoon workshop.
Spanish Mass. Canedo.
0

Bishop William Johnson will Father Ralph Tichenor and


also be with us on this evening Parousia of the Southern Cardinal Timothy Manning
as a principal celebrant of the California Renewal Com­ will again be the principal
Eucharist. The music is to be munities will join together for celebrant of the' arena liturgy
provided by the choirs of Holy the expression of Eucharist that with the musical contribution of
Spirit, Fountain Valley, and St. resonates within the charismatic a chQir to be assembled especial­
Irenaeus of Cypress. experience. ly for this celebration of faith.

GENERAL ASSEMBLIES
(All in the Arena)

Friday, March 7 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 8 7:30 p.m.


Music: Ron Griffen and LEAVEN Music: CONCERT by Ellis and Lynch
Speaker: Dr. Leo Buscaglia Speaker: Ms. Dolores Curran "FAMILY:
"LOVE - THE PERFECT BRIDGE" A CATECHETICAL CHALLENGE
OF THE S0's"

Saturday, March 8 8:00 a.m.


Music: SAGE, led by Tony Azeltine Sunday, March 9 8:00 a.�.
Speaker: Fr. Raymond Brown, S.S. "NEW MORNING PRAISE
TESTAMENT RESEARCH AND THE Speaker: Dr. Elinor Ford "PARENT'S AND
CATECHIST AS.A THINKING . TEACHERS: MAKING RELIGIOUS
CHRISTIAN" EDUCATION COME ALIVE"
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ATTENTION SINGERS!!
If you have special singing ability and wi,sh to participate in morning praise and the final
liturgy, see the information and requirements for the workshop "Congress Choir 80"
(5M). Sign up and join us.

EVALUATION FORMS
We appreciate your positive suggestions on the Congress evaluation forms and have
implemented those that are feasible. Tne evaluation forms will be included in the
programs again and we encourage you to complete one and place it in one of the boxes
provided around the Convention Center or send it to the Office of Religious Education.
This is your Congress, your family, and we want to hear from you.

BANNERS GRAND LOBBY


This year's theme - "FAMILY, TOGETHER IN HIS LOVE" LUNCH AND
-will be an inspiration for many groups - youth, family, parish, DINNER MUSIC
cuftural, and others - to desig!1 and enter a banner for Congress '80.
GROUPS
There will be prizes: _$50, $25, and $15. The lunch and dinner periods
The requirements for the banner are: seem much more pleasant with
the music provided in the Grand
,Lobby! At Congress 80 you can
sing and share with the follow­
1. SIZE: Approximately 4 ft. by 6 ft. ing groups:
2. MATERIAL: Felt, burlap, sailcloth, or any sturdy material. Thursday lunch:
3. POLE: A-pole strong enough to support the banner is required. NEW VIBRATIONS - Mallory
4. FIREPROOFING: The Convention Center requires that all ban­ Matthews
ners be fireproofed. Check the Yellow Pages under "Fireproofing"; or Friday lunch:
you may fireproof your banner and if so the name of the product MALCHIJAH - Barbara
used must be attached to the back of the banner. Alarmo
Friday dinner:
5. THEME: Banner design may follow the Congress theme
-"FAMILY, TOGETHER.IN HIS LOVE" - or any of the liturgy FRANCISCAN SISTERS -
thell,les. Sr. Mary Lee Towner
Saturday luncl_l:
6. DELIVERY: Deadline for delivery is February 18 to the Of­ WINGS OF THE SPIRIT -
fice of Religious Education. Banner should be on a roll for easy Carol Slacks
handling. Saturday dinner:
7. DISPLAY: All banners will be hung in the Arena of the Con­ SAN LUIS OBISPO - Cathy
vention Center on Thursday morning for Youth Day and will re­ Harvey
main for the three days of Congress. Sunday lunch:
8. BANNER PICKUP: Arrange for someone to pick up your NEW JERUSALEM - Dan
-------------------- ·--------------·----·------------------�-- -------- -------------------
banner immediately after the closing liturgy on Sunday, March 9.
.. ..
Scully

Attach this· form to the,.back of your banner.


TICKET EXCHANGE
Parish _____________________ Available tickets for any
workshops will be at the
City ______________________ Registration Booth. You may
exchange tickets there during
Person who will pick up banner on Sunday, March 9: Congress time. If the workshop
you prefer is in the Arena, an
exchange is not necessary. ALL
FIREPROOFED ____________
' _
-----
--------------------------BY:--------------------------------------------------- TICKE T S A RE ACCEP­
TABLE IN THE ARENA.
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NEED MORE REGISTRATION INFORMATION? FOOD SERVICE
Contact JOANNE GUENTHER, Congress Executive Food will be available at the
Secretary, at (213) 387-4368, or mail this form to: Anaheim Convention Center
Joanne Guenther and at the hotel restaurants dur-.
CONGRESS OFFICE ing most of the days. There are
1520 West 9th St. many good restaurants in the
Los Angeles, CA 90015 area but they are usually crowd­
ed on Friday and Saturday
--r•.,-� ·-•--------... ,___________,
'
................ ,__ ................................. ................. _._____ evenings. We hope you will en­
joy the food and service at the
Please send me: Convention Center.
___Congress Registration Forms
___Youth Day Forms
___Congress Guidebooks
Name ___________________ HOSPITALITY ROOMS
There will be a chart in the
Address __________________ South Lobby of the Convention
City ____.__________________ Center on which we ask you to
list YOUR parish HOSPITALITY
State.__________.,._,. -ip ________ ROOM. We encourage you to
provide this information. It will
Phone________ help us to locate you in case of
an emergency, and it will help
you to readily be in touch with
your parish group.
Hospitality rooms are a part
MESSAGE CENTER of Congress, and we want you
If your family or friends need to contact you anytime during to help make them a joyful and
the 1980 Congress, they may do so from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. by positive part of it. So we ask
phoning (714) 635-8440 and leaving a message. You may also you to observe the midnight
leave a m�ssage at this Message Center for friends you wish to "curfew" as a courtesy to
contact. others. Also, note the hotel
regulations regarding food in
the rooms. (The INN AT THE
PARKING PARK permits NO food in the
The parking fee at the Anaheim Convention Center is $2.00 rooms, and asks your coopera­
each time you drive in. For your convenience we have made tion.)
arrangements for you to purchase a 3-DAY PARKING PASS
ahead of time, which will permit you to exit and enter as often as
you wish during the Congress.
To get this PASS, complete the form below and return it, with
your check for $6.00 made payable to RELIGIOUS EDUCA­
TION CONGRESS, to: TAPING
CONGRESS PARKING PASSES Many Congress workshops
1520 West 9th Street will be taped by the TAPETTE
Los Angeles, CA 90015 CORPORATION. We are
Enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope so your PASS can pleased to announce that this
be mailed to you, which will be sometime in February. Don't year they will provide on-site
forget to bring your PASS along to the Congress! r�productions to better sup?lY .
---------------------------------- -------------------------------' tap e s of y o u r f a v o rite
workshops. Their booth will be
in the South Lobby (as last
Name _____________________ year). If you prefer, you may
Addres.s ____________________ leave orders at their booth, or
mail your order to TAPETTE
Clty__________State_______,._,ip _______ CORPORATION on the fornt
provided in the Congress pro­
Check enclosed for $,__ ___ for___ Pass(es)
gram boo}<:. Major credit cards
- ·-----------·........--------------------....-""1------· .. 1"---·----.·---·-· , ---·----- are accepted.
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Anah1Hm Tro1,.11c 24

ANAHEIM AREA VERMONT AVE

VISITOR & CONVENTION BUREAU


800 W. Katella Ave., Anaheim, Ca. 92802
(714) 533-5536

Anaheim/Disneyland Area Lodging Map 400

61 BALL ROAD

Mlffllllfl Cove

41 F.l1mlngo

Howard Johnsor'l'S 320

24 Sa11c.J1

CERRITOS ST,
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DiV'•VI-Jhd Ho fP.I
DISIIEYLA,.D PARK

Wanderlus1 20

Apollo Inn 136

Lampl19h1er 56

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CONVENTION
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48 £dM RO<

CONVENTION WAY
NurnhPr ,n box

numbflr of

ORANOEWOOD AVE. 153 Captilin'� Quarters

This map of the hotels/motels in the Convention Center Area is for your convenience. On page 35
there is a partial list of.properties and a form to use in requesting a reservation.
All reservations require the first night's deposit and must be made directly with the hotel or motel.
DO NOT send to the Office of Religious Education; the Anaheim Visitor and Convention Bureau, or
Convention Center.
In order to get the quoted rates, be sure to inform the hotel/motel
· that you are· attending the
Religious Education Congress.

...
3.5
I

CONGRESS HOTEL/MOTEL RESERVATION FORMS

I A, TE S,,

·,All aadress1fa·-are 'Ph"one Ea.Add!.


S:LngJe Double ' s\.t'ite Parlor
ANAHEIM, CA---· 92802 ,(71<:l) i Person
ANAHEIM HY�TT HOUSE 772-5900 $36.00 $42.00 $100.00 - $5.00
1700 �- Harbor Blvd.
;
I
APOLLO INN 772-9750 $28.00 '$32.00 - - $4.00
I 174i s"' West St.
,
1
COSMIC AGE LODGE 635-655d $28.00 $32.00 - - $4.00
1717 s. Harbor Blvd.
GALAXY MOTEL 772-'-1520 $28.00 $32.00 -' - $4.00
1735 s. Harbor Blvd.
HOLIDAY INN 750-2801 $37.00 $42.00 - $75.00 $5.00
1850 s. Harbor Blvd.
INN AT THE PARK 750-1811 $36:oo $42.00 $100.00 $60.00 $6.00
1855 s. Harbor Blvd.
INN OF TOMORROW 778-1880 $28.00 $32.00 - - $4.00
1110 W. ·Katella Ave.
·'

QUALITY,INN 750-3131 $36.00 $42.00 $85.00 - $6.00


616 Convention Way
SPACE AGE LODGE 776-6140 n8.oo $32.00 - - $4.00
1176 w. Katella Ave.
WESTWARD HO 778-6900 $26.00 $29.00 - - $3.00
415 w. Katella Ave.

RELIGIOVS EDUCATION CONGRESS (cco) - MAR, 7, 8, 9, 1980

. (name of hotel/motel) Amount enclosed: $ ------


(first night's deposit)

Please reserve accommodations as checked below:


Single Suite No. of additional persons______
Parlor·
Double
-------------
Other

Name------------------ ------------- Arrival date


Address_________________ Approx. time a.m.
of arrival_______________.m_.
City__________________
Departure
State___________ Zip_____ date_________________
Phone �--�-------------- Parish
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St. Bernadette..... 666 BELL GARDENS


St. Bernard........ 727 St. Gertrude.•.•.•••• 465
Parish Code, St. Brendan........ 771 BELLFLOWER
St. Bridget (Chines�)•• 747 St. Bernard...•••••.• 463
Area St. Brigid.••.•........ 690 St. Dominic Savio.... 464
Numbers 'St. Camillus de Lellis. 748
_ St. Casimir............ 728
BEVERLY HILLS
Good Shepherd.•.•..•• 642
.St. Cecilia............ 667 BURBANK
St. Columban (Filipino) 772 St. Finbar, ...••••..• 287
PART.SHES IN THE ARCH VIOCt.SE St. Columbkille......••. 683 St. Francis1 Xavier... 289
OF LOS ANGELES ARE LI.STEV St, Dominic............ 304 St. Robert Bellannine 291
BELOW, TOGETHER WITH INVIVI­ St. Eugene.••....•..... 213 CALABASAS
VLJAL PAR'I SH C O VE NUMB ER. St. Francis Xavier Claretville....••••••. 241
The nu.mb ell. a:ppUco.lite .to Cabrini.............. 214 CAMARILLO
YOWL 12�1t.l.sh mt¢,t. gppeait on St. Francis of Assisi.. 730 St. Mary Magdalen•.•• 185
l{QUII, 11.ea.i.9.t1ta..t.i.on 60:Jt.m, St. Francis Xavier CANOGA PARK
Chapel............... 749 O. L. of the Valley.. 262
St. Gerard Majella.•..• 248 St. Joseph the Worker 270
LOS ANGELES PARISH St. Gregory Nazianzen.• 773
CITY PARISHES CODE CANYON COUNT�Y
St. Ignatius of Loyola. 731 St, Cla·re•...•...•••.. 205
All Saints....••..•..• ; 321 St. Jerome............. 215
Ascension........••.•.• 781 St. Joan of Arc........ 250 CARPINTERIA
Assumption............. 741 St. John Evangelist.•.• 691 St. Joseph.....•••... 145
Blessed Sacrament ...••• 672 St. Joseph............. 750 CARSON
St. Kevin.............. 774 St. Philomena•..•.••. 625
Cathedral Chapel....... 641
Cathedral St. Vibiana •• 742 St. Lawrence Brindisi.. 784 CHATSWORTH
Christ the King....•.... 761 St. Lucy............... 755 St. John Eudes.•..••• 232
Cristo Rey ..........••• 721 St. Malachy.•.....•.•.. 786 CLAREMONT
Divine Saviour...•...•• 722 St. Marcellinus........ 708 O.L.of the Assumption 382
St. Martin of Tours ...• 645 COMPTON
Dolores Mission .....••. 743 St. Mary....... '........ 709
Holy Cross .•..•........ 681 O.L.· of Victory•••... 441
St. Mary Magdalen.••.•• 646 Sacred Heart.•.•.••.. 442
Holy Name of Jesus..•.•· 661
Holy Spirit.••...••••• � St. Michael.•...•..•... 208 St. Albert the Great. 443
643 St. Odilia..•....••.••. 684
Holy Trinity...••••.•.• 723 COVINA
St. Patrick ....•....•.• 685 Sacred Heart•..•..•.. 362
Immaculate Conception .• 765
St. P�ul.••..•..•..••.• 668 St. Louise de
Immaculate Heart of St. Paul the Apostle•.. 647 Marillac••...•.•.•. 387
Mary................. 763
Mother of Good Counsel. 766 St. Pete·r (Italian).... 751 CULVER CITY
Mother of Sorrows....•• 782 St. Raphael•.•••..••.•. 686 St. Augustine......•• 246
Nativity.•..•.•.••.•••• 682 ,St. Sebastian.......... 253 DIAMOND BAR
Nativity of BVM.•..•... 687 St. Stephen..•..•.....• 669 St. Denis••.••••••..• 384
Newman Center•.•..•.•.• 767 St. Teresa of Avila.•.• 732 DOWNEY
Newman Center, UCLA..•• 650 St. Thomas the Apostle, 670 O.L.�f Perpetual Help 461
O.L. of Bright Mount ••• 662 St. Timothy............ 648 St. Raymond.......... 466
O.L. of Guada�upe, St. Victor•.•..••••.••• 649 EDWARDS A.F.B.,
Hammel Street••.•••.. 756 St. Vincent..... .•.•• .. 671 Edwards.•..•.••.••.•. 201
O.L. of Guadalupe, San Antonio de Padua... 753 EL MONTE
Rosehill.: .••...•••.. 323 San Conrado Mission•••. , 729 Nativity•.••.•..••.•• 345
O.L. of Guadalupe, San Miguel............. 787 O.L. of Guadalupe.••• 346
Sanctuary............ 701 Santa Isabel.......••.. 710 EL SEGUNDO
O.L. Help of Christians 724 Santa Teresita ..•.••••. 754
4 St. Andrew(Byzantine) 217
O.L. of Loretto........ 768 Transfiguration••...••• 672 St. Anthony.......... 218
O.L. of Lourdes •.•....• 702 Visit,ation•••••••. ,.... 216 EL TORO MARINE BASE •••• 501
O.L. of Mt. Lebanon•.•• 651 CITIES OUTSIDE PARISH ENCINO
O.L. Queen of Angels••• 744 LOS ANGELES CODE 0. L. of Grace.••.••• 261
O,L. Queen of Martyrs.• �45 St. Cyril•... ; •••••.. 267
O.L. of Rosary, Talpa•. 703 ALHAMBRA FILLMORE
O.L. of Solitude....••• 704 All Souls.••.•••••••• 322 St. Francis of Assisi 166
O.L. of Victory•.•...•. 705 St. Therese,......... 326
Our Saviour........•••. 663 St, ,Thomas More..••.• 328 GARDENA
Precious Blood......... 769 ALTADENA Maria Regina•••.••.•. 622
Presentation.••...•..•• 688 Sacred Heart•..•••
· , •• 305 St. Anthony of Padua. 219
Regis House (Sisters St. Elizabeth........ 308 GLENDALE
of Social Service)••• 244 ARCADIA Holy Family•.•.•.•••• 281
Resurrection..••...•.•. 706 Annunciation.•..•...• 341 Incarnation•...•••••• 282
Sacred Heart.......••.. 725 Holy Angels .••••••••• 343 GLENDORA
St. Agatha..••..••••••. 664 ARTESIA St. Dorothy.•.••••.•• 385
St. Agnes••••...•••.••• 665 Holy Family..•••••••• 421 GOLETA
St. Aloysius•.•••.•••.• 783 AVALON (CATALINA) St. Raphael..•••••.•. 147
..... St. Alphonsus..........'. 707 St. Catherine..••• '. •. 605 GRANADA HILLS
St. Ambrose.••..••.••••• 644 AZUSA St. Euphrasia..•••.•. 226
St. Anas_tasia.......... 212 St. Frances of Rome.. 369 St. John Baptise: .••• 229
St. Ann ..••.• .
· .••...... 726 BALDWIN PARK GUADALUPE
St. Anselm...•.•... ,... 689 St. John the Baptist. 364 O.L. of Guadalupe•.•• 122
St. Anthony (Croatian). 746 BASSETT HACIENDA HEIGHTS
St. Basil•.•••...•. , ••• 770 St. �ouis of France•• 367 St. John Vianney.•• ,. 365

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HAWTHORNE NEWHALL San Roque ..•.•••...•• 148
St. Joseph........... 206 0.L.of Peipet'tial H�lp 202 SANTA FE SPRINGS
HERMOSA BEACH NORTH liOLl.YWOOb. St. Pius X••••••.,•••• 430
O.L. of Guadalupe•••. 623 0.L. of_ Zapcip'ari....,.. '284 SANTA MARIA
H�TINGTON PARK St. �n-e"'(Byzaritirie)'. 286 St. Mary of the
St. Matthias......... 447 St. '.Charles..•..•.,... 285 Assumption •....•.•• 126
INGLEWOOD St. Jane Frances ..... 263
St. John Chrysostom.. 207 SANTA MONICA
St. Patrick.......... 288 St. Anne............. 245
IRWINDALE l'JORTHRIDGEi St. Clement. ........• 247
O.L. of Guadalupe.... 361 O.L. of. Lourdes...... 221 St. Monica.•.......•. 252
ISLA VISTA. NORWALK. SANTA PAULA
St.' Mark............. 146 St. John of .God.• ;... 424 o·.L. of Guadalupe •... 162
LA CANADA St, Linus.',.;........ 425 St. Sebastian ..•••... 169
St. Bede •.........•.. 307 OJAI SEPULVEDA
LA CRESCENTA St. Thomas Aquinas.•· • 186 O.L. of Peace ••.. , ... 222
St. James the Less••. 310 ORCU'l;T SHERMAN OAKS
LAKEWOOD St. Louis de Montfort 125 St. Francis de Sales. 273
St. Cyprian.......... 564 OXNARD SIERRA MADRE
St. Pancratius...•.•. 567 Mary Star of the Sea'. 182 St. Rita.....••.••.•. 348
LA MIRADA O.L. of Guadalupe.•.. 191 SIMI VALLEY
Beatitudes •..•...•... 428 St. Anthony.......... 184 St. Peter Claver...•• 167
St. Paul of the Cross 429 Santa Clara.......•.. 188 St. Rose of Lima.••.• 168
LANCASTER PACIFIC PALISADES SOLVANG
Sacred Heart...•..... 203 Corpus Christi ....••. 242 Santa Ines Mission..• 127
LA PUENTE PACOIMA SOUTH EL MONTE
St. Joseph........... 366 Guardian Angel....... 223 Epiphany......••••.•. 342
St. Martha.....•••.•. 368 Mary Immaculate.•...• 224 SOUTH GATE
LA VERNE-SAN DIMAS PALMDALE St. Helen •..••.....•. 445
Holy Name of Mary .•.. 381 St. Mary............. 204 SOUTH PASADENA
LOMITA PALOS VERDES'PENINSULA Holy Family.••.....•• 302
St. Margaret Mary .... 607 St. John Fisher...... 606 SUN VALLEY
LOMPOC PARAMOUNT O.L. of Holy Rosary.. 283
La Purisima O.L. of the Rosary ... 462 SYLMAR
Concepcion......... 121 St. Didacus..•.••••.. 225
Queen of Angels ...•.• 124 PASADENA
LONG BEACH Assumption of BVM.... 301
St. Andrew..•...•.... 306 TEMPLE CITY
Holy Innocents ....... 581 St. Luke.•....•...••. 347
0.L.of Mount Carmel.. 582 St. Philip, Apostle.. 311
PICO RIVERA THOUSAND OAKS
O.L.of Refuge........ 583 St. Paschal Baylon•.. 164
St. Anthony.......... 584' St. Franc:l;_s Xavier••. 406
St. Hilary...•••.••.. 408 TORRANCE
St. Athanasius•.....• 561 Nativity........•.••• 624
St. Barne.bas......... 562 St. Mariana.......... 409
POINT MUGU St. Catherine Laboure 626
St. Bartholomew ...... 585 TUJUNGA
St. Cornelius........ 563 U.S. Naval Base•..... 190
POMONA O.L. of Lourdes•••... 230
St. Joseph...•...•... 565
St. Lucy..•.••....... 586 Sacred Heart•........ 383 VANDENBERG A.F.B.
St. Maria Goretti.•.. 566 St. Joseph........... 386 O.L. Queen of Stars.. 123
St. Matthew.......... 587 St. Madeleine....•... '388 VAN NUYS
LOS NIETOS PORT HUENEME St. Bridget of Sweden 265
O.L.of Perpetual Help 403 U.S. Naval Base..•... 189 St. Elisabeth .•...... 268
LYNWOOD REDONDO BEACH st. Gepev�eve'.· (fano.-
St. Emydius... .•••.•. 444 St. James •...•••.•.• , 627 rama City') .•...... , 228
St. Philip Neri.•.... 448 St. Lawrence, Martyr. 628 St. Mary (Byzantine). 269
MALIBU RESEDA VENICE
O.L. of Malibu.....•. 243 St. Catherine of St. Mark...•........• 251
MANHATTAN BEACH Siena..·..•......... 266 VENTURA
Am�rican Martyrs•.•.. 621 SAN FERNANDO O.L. of Assumption... 183
MAYWOO,D St. Ferdinand........ 227 Sacred Heart ...•••.. , 193
St. Rose of Lima •.•.. Santa Rosa........... 231 San Bu�n�ve�tura
449 SAN GABRIEL Mission....•....... 187
MONROVIA
Immaculate Conception 344 St. Anthony,......... 324 VERNON
MONTEBELLO San Gabriel Mission.• 329 St. Martha......••... 446
O.L.of the Miraculous SAN MARINO WEST COVINA
Medal.............. 402 Ss. Felicitas and St. Christopher .•.... 363
St. Benedict......... 404 Perpetua........... 309 WESTLAKE VILLAGE
MONTEREY PARK SAN PEDRO St. Jude....•.••....• 272
St. Stephen.......... 325 Holy Trinity..•. :...• 602 WHITTIER
St. Thomas Aquinas... 327 Mary Star of the Sea. 603 St. Bruno ......••.•.. 405_
MONTROSE St. Peter......•..... 608 St. Gregory the Great 407
Holy Redeemer.....••. 303 SANTA BARBARA St. Mary..•......•.•. 410
MOORPARK Holy Cross......•.... 150 WILMINGTON
Holy Cross Mission •.. 161 St, Barbara (Old Holy Family....••..•. 601
NEWBURY PARK Mission) ...•......• 144 Ss. Peter and Pau1'••. 604
St. Julie Billiart ... 165 O.L. of Guadalupe ••.• 141 WOODLAND HILLS
NEW·CUYAMA O.L. of Mount Carmel. 142 St. Bernardine.•..... 264
Immaculate Conception 149 O.L. of Sorrows ...... 143 St. Mel.....•.•...... 271

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diocesan offices. a two-part workshop. If you postal (Zip Code) numero de
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