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Registration guidebook

WISDOM
FAVOR

FEBRUARY 11, 12, 13, 14

CONGRESS 1982
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CONGRESS/ ARCHDIOCESE OF LOS ANGELES
I

More YOUTH DAY


YOCJTH DAY information on
pages 2 and 3.
February 11, 1982
COMPLETE THE REGISTRATION FORM AND RETURN BY JANUARY 6, 1982 TO: ARCHDIOCESE OF LOS ANGELES
1531 WEST NINTH STREET
YOUTH DAY - OFFICE OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
1520 West Ninth Street LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90015
Los Angeles, California 90015 388-810 I

List each person registering for YOUTH DAY, with three workshop choices. Print the letter of each workshop plainly
on the line provided. Print S or A to indicate Student or Adult. ONE ADULT FOR EACH 15 STUDENTS IS RE­
QUIRED. Include name of contact person on list if registering. USE ONE FORM FOR EVERY 16 PERSONS. Repeat
contact person information on each form. Do NOT duplicate form. An extra form is in center of Guidebook. Obtain
more forms from Office of Religious Education.
For registrations received before January 6, 1982 the fee will remain $3.00 per person. After January 6th the fee will be
$5.00 per person. Registrations will be accepted until all workshops are filled. NO refunds after January 6th. NO
registration on YOUTH DAY. September 29th, 1981
TOTAL FEE MUST ACCOMPANY THIS FORM. Make check payable to RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CONGRESS.

Parish or Office Use Only


Please Schoo.___________ _ _ _ _____
PRINT
City & State:__________________

CONT ACT PERSON to whom tickets and information should be sent:


Code Number Dear friends:
Name:________ _ __________ hone,_________
(losl) m..o
Address------------------------------ ,___..___.____, . By divine ordinance the. ultimate teacher in every
diocese is the Bis.hop. The Bishops are "authentic teachers, that
City & State,_________________ __ _ Zip,_____ CODES IN GUIDEBOOK
_
is, teacher$ endowed with the authority of Christ, who preach to
the people committed to t1iem the faith they must believe and put
WORKSHOP CHOICES
into practice."
Registrants' Names (last name first) Student
or Adult 1st 2nd 3rd
In virtue of this posture it is.our ;happy privilege
I. • to be"united with Bishop Johnson in extending a welcome to the
devoted members of the faithful attending the Religious Education
2,
Congress.
3. I We pray God's blessing on all who pilgrim here. · As
4. from a fountain, may they draw water to refresh the souls of all
of those committed to their care who follow in the pattern of
s. Christ as they grow "in wisdom, age and favor."
6.

7.
Very devotedly �ours,
8.

9.

10.
C Timothy Cardinal Harming
11. Archbishop of Los Angeles
12.

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PRIESTS, PLEASE NOTE: In lieu of a formal request, Bishop William Johnson will grant faculties to you for Youth
Day if you have faculties in your own diocese, and if you indicate your desire with a check .,. at the left of your name.
REMEMBER .... NO MORE THAN 16 NAMES PER FORM.

..
I

More YOUTH DAY


YOCJTH DAY information on
pages 2 and 3.
February 11, 1982
COMPLETE THE REGISTRATION FORM AND RETURN BY JANUARY 6, 1982 TO: ARCHDIOCESE OF LOS ANGELES
1531 WEST NINTH STREET
YOUTH DAY - OFFICE OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
1520 West Ninth Street LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90015
Los Angeles, California 90015 388-810 I

List each person registering for YOUTH DAY, with three workshop choices. Print the letter of each workshop plainly
on the line provided. Print S or A to indicate Student or Adult. ONE ADULT FOR EACH 15 STUDENTS IS RE­
QUIRED. Include name of contact person on list if registering. USE ONE FORM FOR EVERY 16 PERSONS. Repeat
contact person information on each form. Do NOT duplicate form. An extra form is in center of Guidebook. Obtain
more forms from Office of Religious Education.
For registrations received before January 6, 1982 the fee will remain $3.00 per person. After January 6th the fee will be
$5.00 per person. Registrations will be accepted until all workshops are filled. NO refunds after January 6th. NO
registration on YOUTH DAY. September 29th, 1981
TOTAL FEE MUST ACCOMPANY THIS FORM. Make check payable to RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CONGRESS.

Parish or Office Use Only


Please Schoo.___________ _ _ _ _____
PRINT
City & State:__________________

CONT ACT PERSON to whom tickets and information should be sent:


Code Number Dear friends:
Name:________ _ __________ hone,_________
(losl) m..o
Address------------------------------ ,___..___.____, . By divine ordinance the. ultimate teacher in every
diocese is the Bis.hop. The Bishops are "authentic teachers, that
City & State,_________________ __ _ Zip,_____ CODES IN GUIDEBOOK
_
is, teacher$ endowed with the authority of Christ, who preach to
the people committed to t1iem the faith they must believe and put
WORKSHOP CHOICES
into practice."
Registrants' Names (last name first) Student
or Adult 1st 2nd 3rd
In virtue of this posture it is.our ;happy privilege
I. • to be"united with Bishop Johnson in extending a welcome to the
devoted members of the faithful attending the Religious Education
2,
Congress.
3. I We pray God's blessing on all who pilgrim here. · As
4. from a fountain, may they draw water to refresh the souls of all
of those committed to their care who follow in the pattern of
s. Christ as they grow "in wisdom, age and favor."
6.

7.
Very devotedly �ours,
8.

9.

10.
C Timothy Cardinal Harming
11. Archbishop of Los Angeles
12.

13. -------------------

14. ----- - - --------- --

15. -------------------

-- 16. ------- ------------ ---


;

PRIESTS, PLEASE NOTE: In lieu of a formal request, Bishop William Johnson will grant faculties to you for Youth
Day if you have faculties in your own diocese, and if you indicate your desire with a check .,. at the left of your name.
REMEMBER .... NO MORE THAN 16 NAMES PER FORM.

..
TABLE OF CONTENTS WORKSHOP CATEGORIES
To assist you in making choices,workshops have been listed in
Page
the following categories. In some cases they may overlap in con­ G.ROWING IN WISDOM, AGE, AND FAVOR
· Banner Contest. ........·.. ; ...40 tent and will be found in more than one category. Speaker and
Title may be found on p. 22 - 24. It is that time of year again When it is our joyto invite you to
Chapel ..........•........... 38 join all of us for the Los Angeles Religious Education Congress.
AGING - lC,2K,2S,5C PARISH RENEWAL- !A,4A. As in recent years, we have selected a unifying theme around
�ode Lists...................41 7U* which we may explore t0gether the many exciting facets of
CATHOLIC FAITH - 98,9M catechesis in our times,as well as the wonder of our own growth
Congress Schedule: ............• CHRISTIAN SERVICE - 7H, PERSONAL GROWTH - 2T, as individuals and as Church;
General Assemblies... : .........4
sw• 3A,4M,4R,SE,5M,6C,6H,
7N, 7S, SC, 9C, tU*, lW•,
We have endeavored to gather the mo.st exciting speakers
DEATH - 3K,4H who will; as usual,guide us through the pilgrimage of these ,fQur
6W* days; from the unencumbered openness of our youth on Thursday
H�ndicapped ...... , ..........40 DRAMA - 5K,6S PRAYER - 3S,4S,. 8S,4W* morning, to the. crescendo of praise and love in our Sunday
Hospitality Information ....... :38 ELEMENTARY - lT, 2B, 2E, PRESCHOOL - 2F, 3D, 3K, liturgy.
3D,3K, 4X,5H; 5R, 7D,7R, 4F,5F,5H,6F,7F,8F,9F It is our hope that this Congress will indee� be an experience
Hotel/Motel Information.•....44 SK,9D,9R for all of us of GROWING I,N WISDOM, AGE AND FAV0R.
SCRIPTURE - 3C,4C,5K,6A, before the Lord,and that like the Family of Nazareth we may be
Liturgies ............· .........38 FAITH-SHARING - 2A, 6M, 6M,6S,88, SE,SM,9H,9N
7C,SM; su• truly open to the gifting Spirit in our ministry.
SOCIAL JUSTICE - lB, lS, Our staff,the Congress committees,and the many vo.lunteers
Message Center...............39 FAMILY- 10, lF, lR,2C,3F, are doing everything possible to make this the best Congress ever,
4B,5S,9M
3K,3R,58,7A,2U*,5U* and once again we anticipate welcpming the
Message from SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENT ' great support of your
·
Monsignor Barry............... I HANDICAPPED- 3T,4T,6T, lE, tH, 2H, 2R, 3E, 3H, 3N, presence.
7T,ST,9T 6E, 7E, SE,·sN, tu•, 4U*,
Music in Grand Lobby.........39 Reverend Msgr. John F. Barry
. INTERFAITH_ 4N,5N,6R 6U* Director, Office of Religious Education
Parking......................39 JUNIOR HIGH - lT, 28, 7M, Archdiocese of Los Angeles
7R TEACHING METHODS - lT,
Recertification Information.....21 2B,2E,3B,3D,3K,4X,5H,
LITURGY - lK, 4K, 5K, 6K, 5R,7D,7M,7R,SK,9D,9R,
Registration Form ............ ; .• ,6N,9K,2W*,3W* 9U*
MARY - ·ss,3U* VALUES- tN,3E,4E,?A,9M
Registration Information...... , 46
MEDIA - 38,5H,78,-9A , VOCATIONS - 9E,9S
·
Rosary ...................... 39 MINISTRY I lE, 5A, 5T, 68, YOUTH MINISTRY - tA, ti-I,
7K,SA,SR,9S . lM, 2M, 2N, 3F, 3M, 4A,.
Sacrament of Recoriciliation....39 4B,6M,5W*,7W*,,9W*
MUSIC - 2D,3D,4D,5D, 6D,
·SECCION EN ESPANOL......33 7D,8D, SH,9D *Spanish

Speakers/Workshops
Descriptions ................... S TAPING
Many CONGRESS 82 workshops will be taped by TDM Enters
Workshop Schedules:' prises of Costa·Mesa. Their booth will be in the North Exhibiti�n
Hall. You may purchase tape!i during the Congress or mail your
Friday·............. •_- s ., • • 22 erder on the form that will be provided in the Congress Program.
Saturday ....... : .........23 Major credit cards are accepted.

Sunday .................. 24 SUGGESTION: We suggest that you bring this Guidebook with
you to the Congress, since much of the material contained here
Youth Day: will nc�t be In the Congress program.
Registration Form.........••
Registration Information....2
Schedule/Workshop Share the Guidebook and extra
Information ...............3
,_ form with a friend!

• Inside back cover


Cover design by Bill Di Meo
••inside front cover
TABLE OF CONTENTS WORKSHOP CATEGORIES
To assist you in making choices,workshops have been listed in
Page
the following categories. In some cases they may overlap in con­ G.ROWING IN WISDOM, AGE, AND FAVOR
· Banner Contest. ........·.. ; ...40 tent and will be found in more than one category. Speaker and
Title may be found on p. 22 - 24. It is that time of year again When it is our joyto invite you to
Chapel ..........•........... 38 join all of us for the Los Angeles Religious Education Congress.
AGING - lC,2K,2S,5C PARISH RENEWAL- !A,4A. As in recent years, we have selected a unifying theme around
�ode Lists...................41 7U* which we may explore t0gether the many exciting facets of
CATHOLIC FAITH - 98,9M catechesis in our times,as well as the wonder of our own growth
Congress Schedule: ............• CHRISTIAN SERVICE - 7H, PERSONAL GROWTH - 2T, as individuals and as Church;
General Assemblies... : .........4
sw• 3A,4M,4R,SE,5M,6C,6H,
7N, 7S, SC, 9C, tU*, lW•,
We have endeavored to gather the mo.st exciting speakers
DEATH - 3K,4H who will; as usual,guide us through the pilgrimage of these ,fQur
6W* days; from the unencumbered openness of our youth on Thursday
H�ndicapped ...... , ..........40 DRAMA - 5K,6S PRAYER - 3S,4S,. 8S,4W* morning, to the. crescendo of praise and love in our Sunday
Hospitality Information ....... :38 ELEMENTARY - lT, 2B, 2E, PRESCHOOL - 2F, 3D, 3K, liturgy.
3D,3K, 4X,5H; 5R, 7D,7R, 4F,5F,5H,6F,7F,8F,9F It is our hope that this Congress will indee� be an experience
Hotel/Motel Information.•....44 SK,9D,9R for all of us of GROWING I,N WISDOM, AGE AND FAV0R.
SCRIPTURE - 3C,4C,5K,6A, before the Lord,and that like the Family of Nazareth we may be
Liturgies ............· .........38 FAITH-SHARING - 2A, 6M, 6M,6S,88, SE,SM,9H,9N
7C,SM; su• truly open to the gifting Spirit in our ministry.
SOCIAL JUSTICE - lB, lS, Our staff,the Congress committees,and the many vo.lunteers
Message Center...............39 FAMILY- 10, lF, lR,2C,3F, are doing everything possible to make this the best Congress ever,
4B,5S,9M
3K,3R,58,7A,2U*,5U* and once again we anticipate welcpming the
Message from SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENT ' great support of your
·
Monsignor Barry............... I HANDICAPPED- 3T,4T,6T, lE, tH, 2H, 2R, 3E, 3H, 3N, presence.
7T,ST,9T 6E, 7E, SE,·sN, tu•, 4U*,
Music in Grand Lobby.........39 Reverend Msgr. John F. Barry
. INTERFAITH_ 4N,5N,6R 6U* Director, Office of Religious Education
Parking......................39 JUNIOR HIGH - lT, 28, 7M, Archdiocese of Los Angeles
7R TEACHING METHODS - lT,
Recertification Information.....21 2B,2E,3B,3D,3K,4X,5H,
LITURGY - lK, 4K, 5K, 6K, 5R,7D,7M,7R,SK,9D,9R,
Registration Form ............ ; .• ,6N,9K,2W*,3W* 9U*
MARY - ·ss,3U* VALUES- tN,3E,4E,?A,9M
Registration Information...... , 46
MEDIA - 38,5H,78,-9A , VOCATIONS - 9E,9S
·
Rosary ...................... 39 MINISTRY I lE, 5A, 5T, 68, YOUTH MINISTRY - tA, ti-I,
7K,SA,SR,9S . lM, 2M, 2N, 3F, 3M, 4A,.
Sacrament of Recoriciliation....39 4B,6M,5W*,7W*,,9W*
MUSIC - 2D,3D,4D,5D, 6D,
·SECCION EN ESPANOL......33 7D,8D, SH,9D *Spanish

Speakers/Workshops
Descriptions ................... S TAPING
Many CONGRESS 82 workshops will be taped by TDM Enters
Workshop Schedules:' prises of Costa·Mesa. Their booth will be in the North Exhibiti�n
Hall. You may purchase tape!i during the Congress or mail your
Friday·............. •_- s ., • • 22 erder on the form that will be provided in the Congress Program.
Saturday ....... : .........23 Major credit cards are accepted.

Sunday .................. 24 SUGGESTION: We suggest that you bring this Guidebook with
you to the Congress, since much of the material contained here
Youth Day: will nc�t be In the Congress program.
Registration Form.........••
Registration Information....2
Schedule/Workshop Share the Guidebook and extra
Information ...............3
,_ form with a friend!

• Inside back cover


Cover design by Bill Di Meo
••inside front cover
2 3

A. STAR WARS REVISITED: E. RAINBOW PEOPLE: A dinary gifts. Join the Lancaster
,, YOUTH DAY packet with your tickets. This
YODA IS EVERYWHERE! CONCERT OF HOPE _ "Clowns Us" in discovering
opportunity to become familiar
FEBRUARY 11 with the music before Youth .. ....Fr. Peter Canavan, S.A. .....'. .......... Jerry Goebel some very extraordinary gifts in
You are invited to take a look A young traveling musician a clown's suitcase. (THIS SES­
· A CALL TO CONTINUED GROWTH Day will allow you to share
at.our sacraments and to discov­ and recording artist, Jerry will SION IS ALL IN MIME)
more fully in the Youth Liturgy.
Over the past several years, we have seen a continued' growth· Note: the time for the liturgy is er how to become sensitive to give a concert with stories and
in youth ministry in the parishes throughout our dioceses. Part of 11 a.m. the presence of God breaking songs, laughter and challenge, N. MIME AND SCRIPTURE:
helping that grow,th is the oppartunity to gatnei these young peo­ Evaluation forms will be in into our lives all the time­ focusing on our urgent need to PATHWAY TO PRAYER
ple f.rom parishes and scho!l)ls to celebrate t)le vitality and life they your packet, and your com­ especially when we need 'him find Christ-ones, who will reach Fr. Michael E. Moynahan, S.J.
experience on the local level and the need tp see that they are· part ments will be greatly ap­ and know how to look for him! beyond their fear to offer their Explore some basic mime
of a larger Church and faniil;y.. preciated. Fr. Peter, a young Atonement greatest gift-love. These peo­ techniques that can lead you to
The �nthusiasm of over 9,000 ,young pe·ople co.ming together Friar, will help you learn to ex­ ple are the New Testament new depths of yourself and
in praye� warship, reflection and community is a sign,oftlieir, in� This year's Youth Day ac­
perience your spiritual and ''rainbows.'' God's Word. All you ·need is
volve'itlent and influence in the family of the Church. They have tivities will begin with a colorful
"experience," titled "Building sacramental life. curiosity and imagination.
mi:tny gifti ·to sl'lare with eacti other and with the communfty. F. ARE YOU WEARING Miming Scripture can help you
Our the!lle of GR;QWINQ IN W�SDOM, AGE AND a Rainbow," presented by Fr. B. ARE YOU SQUEEZABLY
Jim Gehl, a favorite of past C OUNTERFEIT JEANS? discover wholely (holy) new
FAVOR is especially appropriate for our YOUTH DAY of 1982. SOFT AND IRRESISTIBLE? HOW TO FIND THE FAKES ways to pray.
I:t has been ten, yeai& since we beg�n the large.scale ¥outh Day in Youth Days, who is currently at
............Fran Culverhouse ............. Fr. Liam Kidney
J\naheim, and we. celebrat"ed eu� growth }0gether as a young St. Mary's Parish in Palmdale.
This will be a visual presenta­ Everyone claims to be the real
church. This Yauth Day, therefore, will be a special celebration of Fr. Jim will combine his talents P. WHOSE BIBLE IS IT?
tion. of the several ways that thing, yet with so many dif­
that anniversary. We have an excellent selection of speakers, as with those of several super G O D'S ...Y O U R S .. .O R
media affect ou� everyday ferences not everyone compares
well as music and drama, and we have planned a beautiful liturgy musicians from the ranks of the lifestyles in contrast to the life OURS?
Los Angeles and Oran'ge him- or herself to the original .. ..Fr. Christopher Smith with
to highlight the day. and teaching of Jesus, par­ and claims to be as· good as the
We hope and pray together that this day will be a celebration, Diocesan YOUTH MINISTRY ticularly dealing with adver­ Frs. Mike Heher, John Urell,
TEAMS. original. Our job is to find theand Bill Vohsing
a support to you, and a continuing encouragement for the youth tisements. It will contrast the "ORIGINAL" and not just be
Entertainment during the Jesus grew in wisdom, age
of these dioceses. lifestyles of the poor and op­ satisfied with t he
lunch period in the Grand Lob­ and favor because he was
Rev. Msgr. Lloyd Torgerson pressed and our "me-first" "counterfeit." Fr. Liam invites
by will be provided by . the nourished by the Word. We
Associate Director reality, and will give suggestions us to discover the "real thing."
popular music group CEPHAS need that nourishment too,
of how to examine our needs
with the total fee to the OF­ from American Martyrs Church Whose Word is it? Who is it
WORKSHOPS ARE DE­ and our value of "things,"
SCRIBED .ON PAGE 3 FICE OF RELIGIOUS in Manhattan Beach. showing how increased H. WISDOM, GROWTH, for? Why do we need it? We can
EDUCATION. REGISTER Following the afternoon AND ROCK 'N' ROLL grow together as we explore the
awareness can prevent u s from
All students from public and EARLY - WORKSHOPS ARE workshops, we will again gather being victimized by media , .............Fr. Don Kimball answers to these questions.
ASSIGNED ON A FIRST­ in the ARENA to participate in manipulation Fr. Don Kimball and a
Catholic schools, grades 9 an exciting RALLY. Tom Fran­ •
through 12, are invited to attend COME, F IR S T-SERVED Catholic Media Ministry team R. THE LONG AND WIND­
zak, a talented young man from
our annual YOUTH DAY. Col- BASIS. Those received prior to C. I'VE BEEN OFF THE of young people (mostly high ING ROAD THAT·LEADS ...
this area has written music
. lege students are also welcome. January 6 will be $3.00 per per­ STREETS FOR A WHILE­ school students) produce radio .........Youth Minister Panel
son; following that day, a fee of especially for this event, and we programs for distribution all We're all searching for a
Registration forms are in the HAVE YOU MISSED ME?
know: his performance and that
Registration Guidebook and ad­ $5 .00 per person is required. ..Sr. Suzanne Jabro and Panel over the country. In this ses­ place to belong, looking for the
of his musicians will be inspir­
ditional forms· are ,available Registrations will continue to be of Wards from Fred C. Nellas sion, they will show how youth signposts along the way. If
ing.
through the Office of Religious accepted until all of the
As in pas( years, we en­ .California Youth Authority can produce their own media you've ever felt confused, mis­
Education. Each form will workshops are filled. AB­ You'II be challenged and materials and will present a understood, or left out, Denise
SOLUTELY NO REGISTRA­ courage the parishes and Schmelter, Paul Thompson,
enable the contact person to touched by this enlightening reflective mini-media concert.
TIONS ON YOUTH DAY. schools to submit banners and Brett Williams will help you
register 16 persons. This could presentation. Sr. Suzanne will
reflecting our theme. They will
represent an adult and 15 give an overview of the present K. IF TODAY YOU HEAR find your own place.
remain in the Arena for the four
students. If another form is . situation and problems of the HIS VOICE
days of the Congress, and will
needed, a second -is provided in The SCHEDULE for the day
help to enliven the Arena by thousands of youth who are in- ..... : ........ , ....Bob Hurd S. GROWING AS PERSONS:
the Guidebook. PLEASE...DO is as follows� ' carcerated in the twenty-seven This musical celebration and THE JOURNEY OF A LIFE­
their presence. Details on ban­
NOT DUPLICATE THIS 8:30 Music in the Arena institutions in the L.A. arch�io0 meditation on the meaning of TIME
ners can be found on page 40. cese. A panel of youth who are conversion, justice, and the love .................Tom Zanzig
FORM. Remember to include 9:00 Opening Session

ffr�
the name of the contact person 9:45 A.M. Workshops presently in detention will then of God will also serve as No other creature on earth
on each form used. If the con­ 11:00 LITURGY share their personal stories and preparation for the day's seems to take nearly as long to
tact person plans to attend, he 12:15 Lunch struggles dealing with living in a liturgy. Bob Hurd and Anawim "grow up" as people do. It 'is a
or she must register. The ratio 1:30 P.M. Workshops state institution. will share some of their music, slow, sametimes painful process
of students and adults is very 2:45 Rally in the Arena both from their ''Roll Down the to move from diapers to death­
important, and we ask that all 3: 30 Dismissal D. HOW TO PERFORM A Ages" collection and their bed, but it can also be the most
groups recognize this as their MIRACLE forthcoming album. exciting and fulfilling journey

AGj WISDOM
personal responsibility. STAY ........... .. J9hn Farnsworth we'll ever make. In this session,
WITH THE YOUTH YOU There will be food booths at No, it isn't magic-this work­ you'll take a broad look at the
M. SEND IN THE CLOWNS whole journey, remembering
BRING, ESPECIALLY DUR­ the Convention Center, but shop will give practical guide­
ING THE LITURGY AND lines are long. You may prefer FAVOR lines for those who are .in­ ......Lancaster "Clowns Us," where you have come from,
RALLY. to bring a lunch. . - terested in walking on water. If Fr. Dorian Ro",'.e understanding where you now
Indicate you,r choices of Information about the liturgy that's your goal, then this is for Jesus took ordinary things stand, and catching a glimpse of
workshops and send the forms and the music will be in the you! and made them into extraor- where you are going.
2 3

A. STAR WARS REVISITED: E. RAINBOW PEOPLE: A dinary gifts. Join the Lancaster
,, YOUTH DAY packet with your tickets. This
YODA IS EVERYWHERE! CONCERT OF HOPE _ "Clowns Us" in discovering
opportunity to become familiar
FEBRUARY 11 with the music before Youth .. ....Fr. Peter Canavan, S.A. .....'. .......... Jerry Goebel some very extraordinary gifts in
You are invited to take a look A young traveling musician a clown's suitcase. (THIS SES­
· A CALL TO CONTINUED GROWTH Day will allow you to share
at.our sacraments and to discov­ and recording artist, Jerry will SION IS ALL IN MIME)
more fully in the Youth Liturgy.
Over the past several years, we have seen a continued' growth· Note: the time for the liturgy is er how to become sensitive to give a concert with stories and
in youth ministry in the parishes throughout our dioceses. Part of 11 a.m. the presence of God breaking songs, laughter and challenge, N. MIME AND SCRIPTURE:
helping that grow,th is the oppartunity to gatnei these young peo­ Evaluation forms will be in into our lives all the time­ focusing on our urgent need to PATHWAY TO PRAYER
ple f.rom parishes and scho!l)ls to celebrate t)le vitality and life they your packet, and your com­ especially when we need 'him find Christ-ones, who will reach Fr. Michael E. Moynahan, S.J.
experience on the local level and the need tp see that they are· part ments will be greatly ap­ and know how to look for him! beyond their fear to offer their Explore some basic mime
of a larger Church and faniil;y.. preciated. Fr. Peter, a young Atonement greatest gift-love. These peo­ techniques that can lead you to
The �nthusiasm of over 9,000 ,young pe·ople co.ming together Friar, will help you learn to ex­ ple are the New Testament new depths of yourself and
in praye� warship, reflection and community is a sign,oftlieir, in� This year's Youth Day ac­
perience your spiritual and ''rainbows.'' God's Word. All you ·need is
volve'itlent and influence in the family of the Church. They have tivities will begin with a colorful
"experience," titled "Building sacramental life. curiosity and imagination.
mi:tny gifti ·to sl'lare with eacti other and with the communfty. F. ARE YOU WEARING Miming Scripture can help you
Our the!lle of GR;QWINQ IN W�SDOM, AGE AND a Rainbow," presented by Fr. B. ARE YOU SQUEEZABLY
Jim Gehl, a favorite of past C OUNTERFEIT JEANS? discover wholely (holy) new
FAVOR is especially appropriate for our YOUTH DAY of 1982. SOFT AND IRRESISTIBLE? HOW TO FIND THE FAKES ways to pray.
I:t has been ten, yeai& since we beg�n the large.scale ¥outh Day in Youth Days, who is currently at
............Fran Culverhouse ............. Fr. Liam Kidney
J\naheim, and we. celebrat"ed eu� growth }0gether as a young St. Mary's Parish in Palmdale.
This will be a visual presenta­ Everyone claims to be the real
church. This Yauth Day, therefore, will be a special celebration of Fr. Jim will combine his talents P. WHOSE BIBLE IS IT?
tion. of the several ways that thing, yet with so many dif­
that anniversary. We have an excellent selection of speakers, as with those of several super G O D'S ...Y O U R S .. .O R
media affect ou� everyday ferences not everyone compares
well as music and drama, and we have planned a beautiful liturgy musicians from the ranks of the lifestyles in contrast to the life OURS?
Los Angeles and Oran'ge him- or herself to the original .. ..Fr. Christopher Smith with
to highlight the day. and teaching of Jesus, par­ and claims to be as· good as the
We hope and pray together that this day will be a celebration, Diocesan YOUTH MINISTRY ticularly dealing with adver­ Frs. Mike Heher, John Urell,
TEAMS. original. Our job is to find theand Bill Vohsing
a support to you, and a continuing encouragement for the youth tisements. It will contrast the "ORIGINAL" and not just be
Entertainment during the Jesus grew in wisdom, age
of these dioceses. lifestyles of the poor and op­ satisfied with t he
lunch period in the Grand Lob­ and favor because he was
Rev. Msgr. Lloyd Torgerson pressed and our "me-first" "counterfeit." Fr. Liam invites
by will be provided by . the nourished by the Word. We
Associate Director reality, and will give suggestions us to discover the "real thing."
popular music group CEPHAS need that nourishment too,
of how to examine our needs
with the total fee to the OF­ from American Martyrs Church Whose Word is it? Who is it
WORKSHOPS ARE DE­ and our value of "things,"
SCRIBED .ON PAGE 3 FICE OF RELIGIOUS in Manhattan Beach. showing how increased H. WISDOM, GROWTH, for? Why do we need it? We can
EDUCATION. REGISTER Following the afternoon AND ROCK 'N' ROLL grow together as we explore the
awareness can prevent u s from
All students from public and EARLY - WORKSHOPS ARE workshops, we will again gather being victimized by media , .............Fr. Don Kimball answers to these questions.
ASSIGNED ON A FIRST­ in the ARENA to participate in manipulation Fr. Don Kimball and a
Catholic schools, grades 9 an exciting RALLY. Tom Fran­ •
through 12, are invited to attend COME, F IR S T-SERVED Catholic Media Ministry team R. THE LONG AND WIND­
zak, a talented young man from
our annual YOUTH DAY. Col- BASIS. Those received prior to C. I'VE BEEN OFF THE of young people (mostly high ING ROAD THAT·LEADS ...
this area has written music
. lege students are also welcome. January 6 will be $3.00 per per­ STREETS FOR A WHILE­ school students) produce radio .........Youth Minister Panel
son; following that day, a fee of especially for this event, and we programs for distribution all We're all searching for a
Registration forms are in the HAVE YOU MISSED ME?
know: his performance and that
Registration Guidebook and ad­ $5 .00 per person is required. ..Sr. Suzanne Jabro and Panel over the country. In this ses­ place to belong, looking for the
of his musicians will be inspir­
ditional forms· are ,available Registrations will continue to be of Wards from Fred C. Nellas sion, they will show how youth signposts along the way. If
ing.
through the Office of Religious accepted until all of the
As in pas( years, we en­ .California Youth Authority can produce their own media you've ever felt confused, mis­
Education. Each form will workshops are filled. AB­ You'II be challenged and materials and will present a understood, or left out, Denise
SOLUTELY NO REGISTRA­ courage the parishes and Schmelter, Paul Thompson,
enable the contact person to touched by this enlightening reflective mini-media concert.
TIONS ON YOUTH DAY. schools to submit banners and Brett Williams will help you
register 16 persons. This could presentation. Sr. Suzanne will
reflecting our theme. They will
represent an adult and 15 give an overview of the present K. IF TODAY YOU HEAR find your own place.
remain in the Arena for the four
students. If another form is . situation and problems of the HIS VOICE
days of the Congress, and will
needed, a second -is provided in The SCHEDULE for the day
help to enliven the Arena by thousands of youth who are in- ..... : ........ , ....Bob Hurd S. GROWING AS PERSONS:
the Guidebook. PLEASE...DO is as follows� ' carcerated in the twenty-seven This musical celebration and THE JOURNEY OF A LIFE­
their presence. Details on ban­
NOT DUPLICATE THIS 8:30 Music in the Arena institutions in the L.A. arch�io0 meditation on the meaning of TIME
ners can be found on page 40. cese. A panel of youth who are conversion, justice, and the love .................Tom Zanzig
FORM. Remember to include 9:00 Opening Session

ffr�
the name of the contact person 9:45 A.M. Workshops presently in detention will then of God will also serve as No other creature on earth
on each form used. If the con­ 11:00 LITURGY share their personal stories and preparation for the day's seems to take nearly as long to
tact person plans to attend, he 12:15 Lunch struggles dealing with living in a liturgy. Bob Hurd and Anawim "grow up" as people do. It 'is a
or she must register. The ratio 1:30 P.M. Workshops state institution. will share some of their music, slow, sametimes painful process
of students and adults is very 2:45 Rally in the Arena both from their ''Roll Down the to move from diapers to death­
important, and we ask that all 3: 30 Dismissal D. HOW TO PERFORM A Ages" collection and their bed, but it can also be the most
groups recognize this as their MIRACLE forthcoming album. exciting and fulfilling journey

AGj WISDOM
personal responsibility. STAY ........... .. J9hn Farnsworth we'll ever make. In this session,
WITH THE YOUTH YOU There will be food booths at No, it isn't magic-this work­ you'll take a broad look at the
M. SEND IN THE CLOWNS whole journey, remembering
BRING, ESPECIALLY DUR­ the Convention Center, but shop will give practical guide­
ING THE LITURGY AND lines are long. You may prefer FAVOR lines for those who are .in­ ......Lancaster "Clowns Us," where you have come from,
RALLY. to bring a lunch. . - terested in walking on water. If Fr. Dorian Ro",'.e understanding where you now
Indicate you,r choices of Information about the liturgy that's your goal, then this is for Jesus took ordinary things stand, and catching a glimpse of
workshops and send the forms and the music will be in the you! and made them into extraor- where you are going.
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.,GENERAL ASSEMBLIES WORKSHOPS


BR-ING OS 'TQ
: GETHER!
Speakers are list.ed alphabetically.

Friday, February 12 WILLIAM L. ADAMS, C�Ss.R.


8:30 P.M. missions and parishes in St. with a focus on the personal
Louis, MO, Whittier, CA, and witnessing of one's faith. We
Florence Littauer Portland, OR. His articles have truly grow as we share.
appeared in "Vision," the
"PURSUIT OF ·HAPPINESS" m o n t h l y p u b l i c ation o f
Southern California Renewal
"THE BIBLE TEACHER
Her delivery is fast and funny, but she is not just an "after­ AS THE LIVING WORD"
Communities. He will share his
Florence Littauer dinner speaker." In her assembly talk, Florence Littauer will faith in two Cm1gress workshops. (8B) "God's word is living and
share her own experiences of growth with humor and pathos. effective,'' the Bible tells us. So
Composer-conductor Jol:m Green says of her, "To the faltering "SHARING OUR FAITH" must our teaching of that word
spirit, she. brings the strength of faith; to the weight of despair, (7C) We grow in our faith as we be. The Scriptures are the great
the uplift of laughter." Be assured that her presentation will be share it with others. Pope Paul source of life and people need
dynamic, entertaining, and inspirational. VI said our own conversion is effective Bible teaching as a
not complete until we become source of growth. Jesus was the
Saturday; February 13 evangelizers. People do not Word of God made flesh and
A Redemptorist Missionary, come to know Christ through revealed the Father not just in
8:30 A.M. Fr. Adams is a part of a com­ programs as much as through what he said but in who he was.
munity called Center for Parish one-to-one sharing of our lives So the Bible teacher must incar­
Rev. Thomas Groome, P�.D. Missions in Oakland, CA, with those we know. The focus nate the word of God and
where he is director of a pro­ of evangelization is being Christ become a living word to others.
"SHARING gram to establish faith-sharing to a brother or sister, especially This workshop will explore the
O0R STORY AND VISION" groups in parishes. He was born
in Alaska, brought up in Port­
in a time of need. This
work�hop will explore some.
dynamics of the living word of
God as shared in the power -of
Dr. Groome's Irish wit and charm bring amusement and'fun to land, and has . served Alaska basic ideas of evangelization the Holy Spirit..
Fr. Thomas Groome
his challenging talks. In his assembly presentation, he will explain
one practical approach to fulfilling the catechist's sacred task to
share the Story of·God in Jesus Christ and the vision of God's
Kingdom to which we are calied. This will be an uplifting, il­ • REV. WILLIAM J� BAUSCH
luminating way to start the day-with one of our most popular
Congress speakers. Fides/Claretian Press, Notre the emotional and contextual
Dame, Indiana, as well as a foundations for youth's concept
number of articies for The of Church. Every youth grows
NEW ATTRACTIONS! Priest, U.S. Catholic, and The
Living Light. His books include
in age, wisdom and favor in the
local parish and this therefore
FRIDAY, FEB. 12 - 8:30 a.m. The Creative Parish (1980), A forms his/her first and lasting
New-Look At the Sacraments impression of Church.
Congress 82 will open with a rousing assembly in the Arena. (1977), and Positioning: Belief
in the Mid-Seventies (1975). His "PARISH FOUNDATIONS
GRAYSON WARREN BROWN returns to us to share his vibrant FOR GROWING IN w1s�
musical talents; teaming with ST. AGATHA'S PARISH CHOIR. workshops will address parish
youth ministry. DOM, AGE AND FAVOR"
Gra'yson Warren Brown Grayson and this choir of 45 singers, ranging in ages frofT! 6 to SO, (4A) This workshop will extend
will lead us in prayer and gospel songs that will set the pace for a the notion of parish as youth
most energizing Congress weekend. A short orientation will "HOW TO BUILD PARISH context for being Christian. The
follow. Fr. William Bausch, Pastor COMMUNITY: BACKDOOR parish is critical as context be­
of St. Mary's Parish in Colt's TO YOUTH" (lA) Fr. Bausch fore youth programs are formed
SATURDAY, FEB. 13 - 8:30 p.m. Neck, New Jersey, is the author will center on five styles of and before catch-up therapies
CONCERT of seven books, all published by parish and how such styles lay are needed.
RAY REPP will serve both as M.C. and performer in the ex­
citing musical concert that has been planned for Saturday night.
This concert will feature Ray as well as Mary Lu Walker, who will
perform her original material. Two new musical groups will also SR. MARGARET BETZ, O.L.V.M.
be featured-ANTIOCH, a talented group of musicians from
Canada, and · SONDAY, a dynamic group from Madison, "Mine is a vagabond 'walk­ Sister. Victory Noll Missionary oppressed. Sr. Margaret is
Wisconsin, directed by Fr. Jim Marchionda. All of these fine with-me-on-the-water' kind of' Sisters commit themselves to Campus Minister at the Univer­
musicians will share their original compositions with us, as well as life that is demanding, exciting, foster justice through ministry sity of Detroit, Detroit, MI,
our old favorite songs. PLAN . .TO ATTEND THIS JOYFUL and intensely challenging,'' says and simple life style, working where she directs a student
Ray Repp EVENT! Sr. Margaret, a Victory Noll always in favor of the poor and retreat program and helps to
4 s

.,GENERAL ASSEMBLIES WORKSHOPS


BR-ING OS 'TQ
: GETHER!
Speakers are list.ed alphabetically.

Friday, February 12 WILLIAM L. ADAMS, C�Ss.R.


8:30 P.M. missions and parishes in St. with a focus on the personal
Louis, MO, Whittier, CA, and witnessing of one's faith. We
Florence Littauer Portland, OR. His articles have truly grow as we share.
appeared in "Vision," the
"PURSUIT OF ·HAPPINESS" m o n t h l y p u b l i c ation o f
Southern California Renewal
"THE BIBLE TEACHER
Her delivery is fast and funny, but she is not just an "after­ AS THE LIVING WORD"
Communities. He will share his
Florence Littauer dinner speaker." In her assembly talk, Florence Littauer will faith in two Cm1gress workshops. (8B) "God's word is living and
share her own experiences of growth with humor and pathos. effective,'' the Bible tells us. So
Composer-conductor Jol:m Green says of her, "To the faltering "SHARING OUR FAITH" must our teaching of that word
spirit, she. brings the strength of faith; to the weight of despair, (7C) We grow in our faith as we be. The Scriptures are the great
the uplift of laughter." Be assured that her presentation will be share it with others. Pope Paul source of life and people need
dynamic, entertaining, and inspirational. VI said our own conversion is effective Bible teaching as a
not complete until we become source of growth. Jesus was the
Saturday; February 13 evangelizers. People do not Word of God made flesh and
A Redemptorist Missionary, come to know Christ through revealed the Father not just in
8:30 A.M. Fr. Adams is a part of a com­ programs as much as through what he said but in who he was.
munity called Center for Parish one-to-one sharing of our lives So the Bible teacher must incar­
Rev. Thomas Groome, P�.D. Missions in Oakland, CA, with those we know. The focus nate the word of God and
where he is director of a pro­ of evangelization is being Christ become a living word to others.
"SHARING gram to establish faith-sharing to a brother or sister, especially This workshop will explore the
O0R STORY AND VISION" groups in parishes. He was born
in Alaska, brought up in Port­
in a time of need. This
work�hop will explore some.
dynamics of the living word of
God as shared in the power -of
Dr. Groome's Irish wit and charm bring amusement and'fun to land, and has . served Alaska basic ideas of evangelization the Holy Spirit..
Fr. Thomas Groome
his challenging talks. In his assembly presentation, he will explain
one practical approach to fulfilling the catechist's sacred task to
share the Story of·God in Jesus Christ and the vision of God's
Kingdom to which we are calied. This will be an uplifting, il­ • REV. WILLIAM J� BAUSCH
luminating way to start the day-with one of our most popular
Congress speakers. Fides/Claretian Press, Notre the emotional and contextual
Dame, Indiana, as well as a foundations for youth's concept
number of articies for The of Church. Every youth grows
NEW ATTRACTIONS! Priest, U.S. Catholic, and The
Living Light. His books include
in age, wisdom and favor in the
local parish and this therefore
FRIDAY, FEB. 12 - 8:30 a.m. The Creative Parish (1980), A forms his/her first and lasting
New-Look At the Sacraments impression of Church.
Congress 82 will open with a rousing assembly in the Arena. (1977), and Positioning: Belief
in the Mid-Seventies (1975). His "PARISH FOUNDATIONS
GRAYSON WARREN BROWN returns to us to share his vibrant FOR GROWING IN w1s�
musical talents; teaming with ST. AGATHA'S PARISH CHOIR. workshops will address parish
youth ministry. DOM, AGE AND FAVOR"
Gra'yson Warren Brown Grayson and this choir of 45 singers, ranging in ages frofT! 6 to SO, (4A) This workshop will extend
will lead us in prayer and gospel songs that will set the pace for a the notion of parish as youth
most energizing Congress weekend. A short orientation will "HOW TO BUILD PARISH context for being Christian. The
follow. Fr. William Bausch, Pastor COMMUNITY: BACKDOOR parish is critical as context be­
of St. Mary's Parish in Colt's TO YOUTH" (lA) Fr. Bausch fore youth programs are formed
SATURDAY, FEB. 13 - 8:30 p.m. Neck, New Jersey, is the author will center on five styles of and before catch-up therapies
CONCERT of seven books, all published by parish and how such styles lay are needed.
RAY REPP will serve both as M.C. and performer in the ex­
citing musical concert that has been planned for Saturday night.
This concert will feature Ray as well as Mary Lu Walker, who will
perform her original material. Two new musical groups will also SR. MARGARET BETZ, O.L.V.M.
be featured-ANTIOCH, a talented group of musicians from
Canada, and · SONDAY, a dynamic group from Madison, "Mine is a vagabond 'walk­ Sister. Victory Noll Missionary oppressed. Sr. Margaret is
Wisconsin, directed by Fr. Jim Marchionda. All of these fine with-me-on-the-water' kind of' Sisters commit themselves to Campus Minister at the Univer­
musicians will share their original compositions with us, as well as life that is demanding, exciting, foster justice through ministry sity of Detroit, Detroit, MI,
our old favorite songs. PLAN . .TO ATTEND THIS JOYFUL and intensely challenging,'' says and simple life style, working where she directs a student
Ray Repp EVENT! Sr. Margaret, a Victory Noll always in favor of the poor and retreat program and helps to
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the topics of her workshops. "CAREERS AND LIFE­ DON BOYD


''A POSITIVE APPROACH
STYLES: CHOICES FOR
"JUSTICE .IN THE GOS� JUSTICE" (4B) Every decision f Don is a walking en­ will be an·opportunity for NEW TO SHARING FAITH WITH
PEL" (1B) Certain values in­ we make can bring us closer to cyclopedia of good, sound, catechists·, catechists who have THE- JUNIOR HIGH STU­
herent in U.S. culture can ac­ realizing the gospel mandate of practical information for begin­ been at it awhile ,and would like DENT" (7M) This session will
tually prevent us from hearing justice. Major decisions, such as ning catechists. A Master a fresh approach, or catechists provide the junior high catechist
the fullness of the Christian the choice of a career• or a Catechist, he has taught every who would just like to creatively with effective ways of sharing
gospel, and its mandate for lifestyle, can be especially level;-preschool through high motivate their leatners. It will faith with the students. It will be
justice. Starting with the significant in this regard. This school-and was a parish be a session of practical, hands­ designed for the NEW junior
parable of the good Samaritan, workshop will focus on the pro­ religious education coordinator on ways to share faith with the high catechist, as well as those
this workshop will outline four cess of petsonal decision­ for five years. He is now a Sales elementary student. During this who would like t0 develop new
steps that can help participants making: pr.ayerful discernment Consultant for W. H. Sadlier. session, time will be spent on approaches for mefivating and
make connections between or­ in light of the problems, A popular Congress speaker, he unit planning, effective use of working with the young adoles­
dinary life and gospel justice, chalienges, and opportunities brings a treasure trove of ideas the Teacher's Guide, organizing cent. During the session time
and then to move toward that confront .• conscientious to his workshops. the classroom, prayer celebra­ will be spent on exploring
Sr. Margaret Betz
gospel-inspired action on behalf Christians. It is especially tions, lesson development, various models for junior high
develop an outreach program of of justice. It is primarily geared geared to those who teach sacramental preparation (Re­ programs, developing spirituali­
service. Her book, Faith and to those who want to make junior high and high school ''PRACTICAL APROACH­ conciliation and Eucharist), ty, effective lesson planning and
Justice (St. Mary's Press, 1980), religious education more in­ students, but can be useful to ES TO SHARING FAITH parent participation and effec­ unit development, sacramental
leads youthJo faith and justice, clusive of justice concerns. others as well. WITH THE ELEMENTARY tive use of scripture in the preparation (Confirmation) and
STUDENT" (SR) This session classroom. obtaining parent participation.

T. WILLIAM BOLTS, S.M.


Brother William is a writer "R EMEMB E RiN G- S O ORAYSON WARREN BROWN
and a teacher at Riordan High THAT O U R CHILDREN
in San Francisco. He is a CAN" (2A) Telling one's story Grayson Warren Brown is "MUSIC. FOR LITURGY:
member of Marianist provincial has been a traditional way for America's leading Black MUSIC FOR LIFE" (SD) (8H)
and general chapters and older generations to pass on Catholic liturgist and composer.
numerous professional organi­ their wisdom and faith ex­ For nearly twenty years he has What does.our song say? What
zations, and has done extensive· periences to new generations. served as minister of music at an does our song say about our
research and travel in the This workshop will center on a inner-city parish; for the last commitment to prayer, to the
United States and Europe. His variety of practical and in­ five, he h a s c o n d u c t e d Lord, to one another? With
book, The Catholic Experience novative methods of remember­ workshops and seminars na­ vibrant energy and gentle
in America (Benziger, 1980), is ing the lived experiences of tionwide. He is a founder and humor, Grayson Brown will un­
a contemporary approach to family and neighborhood, of co�director of Freedom House, cover the connections between
Catholics in the United parish and peoples, within the a non-profit organization· in successful liturgies and social Audrey Campbell-Wray
States-their past, present, and setting of the Catholic com­ Mesa, AZ, devoted to the justice. Participants will move
future. munity in the United States. publication and promotion of beyond routine, beyond obliga­
• liturgical materials by Black ar­ tion, to a place where music is
tists. Says Dan Schutte, of the the key to celebration, renewal,
BEV BOS St. Louis Jesuits, "Grayson's and commitment; and discover
School Teacher of the Year fo and projects which are child­ music has a magical quality that - how the parish can be that
1979. She has written two cent er ed, developmentally charms people into wanting to place, how music can create the
books, published by The Burton oriented, and creative art, not sing God's praise from the e,cperience of Christ in the
Gallery: Don't Move the Muf­ craft, by nature. depth of their hearts." parish community.
fin Tins: A Hands-Off Guide to "MUSIC AND LANGUAGE
Art for the Young Child (1978) DEVELOPMENT FOR THE
and Creating Conversations YOUNG CHILD" (9F) This BERNARD J. BUSH, S.J., and
with Children (1981). workshop will explain and AUDREY E. CAMPBELL-WRAY, Ph.D. (cand.)
demonstrate how to develop
unaccompanied music and The House of Affirmation in therapist, art therapist, and
"CREATIVE ART FOR Montara, CA, is a therapeutic spiritual director. Bernard Bush
THE YOUNG CHILD" (8F) child-initiated music projects,
storytelling, use of books, use center for emotionally troubled "EMOTIONAL DEVELOP­ FIRMA TION'' (6E) The
This workshop will present and of dramatic ' t echniques in clergy and religious, where Fr. MENT IN AN ATMOSPHERE religious educator needs to be a
define child-centered art cur­ reading, and · use of child­ Bush is Director and Ms. OF AFFIRMATION" (SE) facilitator of spiritual life in ad�
Bev has given over 250 art, riculum, as distinguished from d e v e l o p e d and di c t a t e d Campbell-Wray is Ancillary Religious educators need to be dition to imparting theological
language development and craft curriculum. It will include materials. Participants will add Therapies Director. He has aware and helpful in the pro­ knowledge. In this workshop,
music workshops over the past the dempnstration and discus­ to their existing approaches to given numerous lectures and cesses of human growth and participants will look at affir­
three years. She has been Direc­ sion of as many activities and music and language develop­ workshops to clerg·y and maturity. This workshop will m a t i o n as i n t e r p e r s o nal
tor of the Roseville Cooperative projects as time will allow. Par­ ment a number of music and religious groups on the issues of discuss affirmation as the essen­ spirituality; stagnant spirituali­
Preschool in California for fif­ ticipants will add to their ex­ language .activities and projects spirituality, emotional growth tial for all human growth. ty, an experience of a punitive
teen years and was California isting approaches to art cur­ especially suitable for the and mental health, and com­ ''SPIRITUAL GROWTH IN God;iand the Religious Right as
Parent Participation Nursery riculum a nµmber of concepts preschooler. munity living. She is a psyco- AN ATMOSPHERE OF AF- a threat to living Christian lov.e.

..
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the topics of her workshops. "CAREERS AND LIFE­ DON BOYD


''A POSITIVE APPROACH
STYLES: CHOICES FOR
"JUSTICE .IN THE GOS� JUSTICE" (4B) Every decision f Don is a walking en­ will be an·opportunity for NEW TO SHARING FAITH WITH
PEL" (1B) Certain values in­ we make can bring us closer to cyclopedia of good, sound, catechists·, catechists who have THE- JUNIOR HIGH STU­
herent in U.S. culture can ac­ realizing the gospel mandate of practical information for begin­ been at it awhile ,and would like DENT" (7M) This session will
tually prevent us from hearing justice. Major decisions, such as ning catechists. A Master a fresh approach, or catechists provide the junior high catechist
the fullness of the Christian the choice of a career• or a Catechist, he has taught every who would just like to creatively with effective ways of sharing
gospel, and its mandate for lifestyle, can be especially level;-preschool through high motivate their leatners. It will faith with the students. It will be
justice. Starting with the significant in this regard. This school-and was a parish be a session of practical, hands­ designed for the NEW junior
parable of the good Samaritan, workshop will focus on the pro­ religious education coordinator on ways to share faith with the high catechist, as well as those
this workshop will outline four cess of petsonal decision­ for five years. He is now a Sales elementary student. During this who would like t0 develop new
steps that can help participants making: pr.ayerful discernment Consultant for W. H. Sadlier. session, time will be spent on approaches for mefivating and
make connections between or­ in light of the problems, A popular Congress speaker, he unit planning, effective use of working with the young adoles­
dinary life and gospel justice, chalienges, and opportunities brings a treasure trove of ideas the Teacher's Guide, organizing cent. During the session time
and then to move toward that confront .• conscientious to his workshops. the classroom, prayer celebra­ will be spent on exploring
Sr. Margaret Betz
gospel-inspired action on behalf Christians. It is especially tions, lesson development, various models for junior high
develop an outreach program of of justice. It is primarily geared geared to those who teach sacramental preparation (Re­ programs, developing spirituali­
service. Her book, Faith and to those who want to make junior high and high school ''PRACTICAL APROACH­ conciliation and Eucharist), ty, effective lesson planning and
Justice (St. Mary's Press, 1980), religious education more in­ students, but can be useful to ES TO SHARING FAITH parent participation and effec­ unit development, sacramental
leads youthJo faith and justice, clusive of justice concerns. others as well. WITH THE ELEMENTARY tive use of scripture in the preparation (Confirmation) and
STUDENT" (SR) This session classroom. obtaining parent participation.

T. WILLIAM BOLTS, S.M.


Brother William is a writer "R EMEMB E RiN G- S O ORAYSON WARREN BROWN
and a teacher at Riordan High THAT O U R CHILDREN
in San Francisco. He is a CAN" (2A) Telling one's story Grayson Warren Brown is "MUSIC. FOR LITURGY:
member of Marianist provincial has been a traditional way for America's leading Black MUSIC FOR LIFE" (SD) (8H)
and general chapters and older generations to pass on Catholic liturgist and composer.
numerous professional organi­ their wisdom and faith ex­ For nearly twenty years he has What does.our song say? What
zations, and has done extensive· periences to new generations. served as minister of music at an does our song say about our
research and travel in the This workshop will center on a inner-city parish; for the last commitment to prayer, to the
United States and Europe. His variety of practical and in­ five, he h a s c o n d u c t e d Lord, to one another? With
book, The Catholic Experience novative methods of remember­ workshops and seminars na­ vibrant energy and gentle
in America (Benziger, 1980), is ing the lived experiences of tionwide. He is a founder and humor, Grayson Brown will un­
a contemporary approach to family and neighborhood, of co�director of Freedom House, cover the connections between
Catholics in the United parish and peoples, within the a non-profit organization· in successful liturgies and social Audrey Campbell-Wray
States-their past, present, and setting of the Catholic com­ Mesa, AZ, devoted to the justice. Participants will move
future. munity in the United States. publication and promotion of beyond routine, beyond obliga­
• liturgical materials by Black ar­ tion, to a place where music is
tists. Says Dan Schutte, of the the key to celebration, renewal,
BEV BOS St. Louis Jesuits, "Grayson's and commitment; and discover
School Teacher of the Year fo and projects which are child­ music has a magical quality that - how the parish can be that
1979. She has written two cent er ed, developmentally charms people into wanting to place, how music can create the
books, published by The Burton oriented, and creative art, not sing God's praise from the e,cperience of Christ in the
Gallery: Don't Move the Muf­ craft, by nature. depth of their hearts." parish community.
fin Tins: A Hands-Off Guide to "MUSIC AND LANGUAGE
Art for the Young Child (1978) DEVELOPMENT FOR THE
and Creating Conversations YOUNG CHILD" (9F) This BERNARD J. BUSH, S.J., and
with Children (1981). workshop will explain and AUDREY E. CAMPBELL-WRAY, Ph.D. (cand.)
demonstrate how to develop
unaccompanied music and The House of Affirmation in therapist, art therapist, and
"CREATIVE ART FOR Montara, CA, is a therapeutic spiritual director. Bernard Bush
THE YOUNG CHILD" (8F) child-initiated music projects,
storytelling, use of books, use center for emotionally troubled "EMOTIONAL DEVELOP­ FIRMA TION'' (6E) The
This workshop will present and of dramatic ' t echniques in clergy and religious, where Fr. MENT IN AN ATMOSPHERE religious educator needs to be a
define child-centered art cur­ reading, and · use of child­ Bush is Director and Ms. OF AFFIRMATION" (SE) facilitator of spiritual life in ad�
Bev has given over 250 art, riculum, as distinguished from d e v e l o p e d and di c t a t e d Campbell-Wray is Ancillary Religious educators need to be dition to imparting theological
language development and craft curriculum. It will include materials. Participants will add Therapies Director. He has aware and helpful in the pro­ knowledge. In this workshop,
music workshops over the past the dempnstration and discus­ to their existing approaches to given numerous lectures and cesses of human growth and participants will look at affir­
three years. She has been Direc­ sion of as many activities and music and language develop­ workshops to clerg·y and maturity. This workshop will m a t i o n as i n t e r p e r s o nal
tor of the Roseville Cooperative projects as time will allow. Par­ ment a number of music and religious groups on the issues of discuss affirmation as the essen­ spirituality; stagnant spirituali­
Preschool in California for fif­ ticipants will add to their ex­ language .activities and projects spirituality, emotional growth tial for all human growth. ty, an experience of a punitive
teen years and was California isting approaches to art cur­ especially suitable for the and mental health, and com­ ''SPIRITUAL GROWTH IN God;iand the Religious Right as
Parent Participation Nursery riculum a nµmber of concepts preschooler. munity living. She is a psyco- AN ATMOSPHERE OF AF- a threat to living Christian lov.e.

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8 9

However, most of the time we ''U N D E R S T A N D I N G Church that we are not prepar­
RICHARD BYRNE� C.S.P., D. MIN. are not what we should be and MA R R I AGE AND T H E ing our people well for family
Fr. Byrne's leisure-time pur­ ing prayer. The three parts If others arc not what they should 1-'A Mll,Y: A PS YCH O- life and that we are not offering
people sufficient support after
suits of backpacking and cross­ the workshop will consist of be. As a result, we feel unduly . LOGICAL PERSPECTIVE
country skiing blend well with history and theology; explana­ guilty and cynical, or we pre­ they are married. This talk will
ti;le topic of his doctoral disser­ tion and practice; questions and tend that things are better than FOR BUILDING A RELI­ deal with some tenacious myths
tation, ''The Theology and reflections. Since this prayer they actually are to reduce anx­ GIOUS EDUCATION PRO­ regarding marriage and family
Practice of Centering Prayer" form is .so simple, participants iety. This talk will deal with a GRAM" (58) There is an in­ life and attempt to replace them
(Ca t h o l i c Univ e r s it y o f niay be able, after several hours third, more helpful, alternative. creasing awareness in the with more realistic principles.
America). As a faculty member of personal practice, to teach it
at the Jesuit School of Theology to others.
in Berkeley, he serves on the "T E ACHING QUI E T
staff of the Institute for PRAYER" (4S) Fr. Byrne will
Spirituality and Worship. His begin this workshop by presen­ CHRISTIAN SERVICE ADV!ISORV BOARDS
Fr. Richard Byrne workshops promise the spiritual ting thoughts on the theology
enrichment necessary for all and practice of quiet prayer, as LOS ANGELES and ORANGE
who wish to deepen their prayer well as some principles and
life. guidelines for teaching it. Next, .others to grow. to their full Parish Community Organizer
he will demonstrate a style of potential. Moderator will be for Christian Service in the
"CENTERING PRAYER" teaching; and finally, there will Roger Keenan, Chairman of the Diocese of Orange.
(JS) This workshop will ln­ be an opportunity for questions Christian Service Group from
troduce participants to center- and discussion. St. John Fisher Parish. "CHRISTIANS NEED TO
Panelists include Peter Travis,' DO MORE THAN TELL PEO­
President Christian Service Ad­ PLE GOD LOVES THEM"
visory Board, a founding (7H) This workshop will be
member of M.E.N.D.; Ed presented by the panel in five
CHRISTINE M. CANNING AND LIZ LOLL Rose, Vice President Christian parts: 1) A short film and ex­
Christine is a preschool "FIVE IN ONE IS ME" (iF) Ser.vice Advisory Board, a foun­ planation of what Christian Ser­
teacher in Saugus, CA. She P e opl e are sensory ding member of M.E.N.D.; Sr. vice means. 2) Why Do Chris­
recently returned from England creatures and as such all learn­ Victoria Dalesandro, O.P., tian Service will, using the
and Ireland where she studied ing takes place through the five Director of Christian Service gospel, emphasize our respon­
Peter Travis, _Sr. Victoria Department of the Archdiocese sibility for giving Christian Ser­
preschool and infant centers. senses God has given us. By
She is developing curriculum leading young children to a Dalesandro, Roger Keenan of L.A.; Vivian Thomas, Direc­ vice in our parishes. 3) Who Do
for the young child. Liz is a fuller awareness of these senses tor of Christian_Service Agency, . You Help will give examples
k i n d e r gar t e n t e a c h e r i n they will grow to better ap­ Diocese of Orange; Jeff and through slides of the types of
Camarillo, CA, and led the preciate the wonder of their This eight-member panel will Patricia Wilcox, President and needs encountered in our local
' Preschool Training Series at St. bodies and the beauty of crea­ demonstrate that Christian Sere member of the Board of Direc­ parishes. 4) How To Start will
John's Seminary. Both head up tion-two important precedents vice workers grow spiritually tors of Christian Service in the give ideas on how to set up a
the preschool programs in their to more formalized religious while removing barriers of Diocese of Orange and Presi­ successful program. S) How To
respective parishes and are training. This session will offer poverty, sickness, ignorance dent of A.C.T.; and Sr. Do It will explore the realities of
members of the archdiocesan techniques for awakening the and loneliness and encouraging Dorothea Marie Ross, C.S.J., working with the needy.
Preschool Advisory Board. senses in the preschool child.

MICHAEL E. CAVANAGH, Ph.D. HOWARD CLINEBELL, Ph.D.


Christine Canning Michael Cavanagh is always a A nationally-known lecturer The creative use of any stage in
Chaplain, Methodist Hospital,
proach, will be published by
popular Congress speaker and and author, Dr. Clinebell is the life journey involves becom­
Arcadia, one year. In addition
Brooks/Cole in February, 1982.
this ye\lr should be no exception Professor of Pastoral Counsel­ ing aware that every stage offers
to more than a dozen books, he
Other books include Make
for the San Francisco-based Tomorrow Better, A ing at the School of Theology at a new set of growth oppor­
is the author of some forty ar­
clinical psychologist and colum­ Claremont and a faculty tunities (as welJ as new pro­
ticles in professional journals
Psych olog ical Guide for
nist. Dr. Cavanagh is Professor member at Claremont Graduate blems, losses and griefs). This
and numerous book chapters.
Singles, Parents, and the Entire
of Psychology at the University School. He is also Director of workshop will use experiential
His wife, Charlotte, is a licensed
Family (Paulist Press, 1980),
of San Francisco and maintains the Institute of Religion and methods to enable participants
clinical social worker who prac­
and What To Do When You 're
a private practice in San Fran­ Wholeness. He has been direc­ to get in touch with ten
tices as a psychotherapist, and a
Feeling Guilty Claretian
cisco and Marin Counties. His· tor of pastoral counseling strategies for using the fresh op­
marriage, child and family
Publications, 1978).
bi-monthly column appears in centers in Pasadena, Clare­ counselor. portµnities for potentializing
the diocesan newspapers of San mont, and Pomona Valley, and during the retirement years. The
«WISDOM: LEARNING
Francisco, Oakland-Stockton, TO DEAL WITH WHAT IS has served churches in .Indiana, "HELP I N G PEOPLE dual focus will be on using these
Sacramento-Santa Rosa, and AS WELL AS WITH WHAT Jllinois, and New York. He was (YOURSELF AND OTHERS) strategies ourselves when we
Monterey. His book, The SHOULD BE" (4R) We Chris­ Minister of Counseling, First USE THE NEW GROWTH reach retirement and helping
Counseling Experience: A tians know how we should be United Methodist Church, OPPORTUNITIES OF THE· others use them to enjoy the gift
Michael Cava�agh Theoretical and Practical Ap- and how others should be. Pasadena, for two years, and RETIREMENT YEARS" (lK) of longer lives.
8 9

However, most of the time we ''U N D E R S T A N D I N G Church that we are not prepar­
RICHARD BYRNE� C.S.P., D. MIN. are not what we should be and MA R R I AGE AND T H E ing our people well for family
Fr. Byrne's leisure-time pur­ ing prayer. The three parts If others arc not what they should 1-'A Mll,Y: A PS YCH O- life and that we are not offering
people sufficient support after
suits of backpacking and cross­ the workshop will consist of be. As a result, we feel unduly . LOGICAL PERSPECTIVE
country skiing blend well with history and theology; explana­ guilty and cynical, or we pre­ they are married. This talk will
ti;le topic of his doctoral disser­ tion and practice; questions and tend that things are better than FOR BUILDING A RELI­ deal with some tenacious myths
tation, ''The Theology and reflections. Since this prayer they actually are to reduce anx­ GIOUS EDUCATION PRO­ regarding marriage and family
Practice of Centering Prayer" form is .so simple, participants iety. This talk will deal with a GRAM" (58) There is an in­ life and attempt to replace them
(Ca t h o l i c Univ e r s it y o f niay be able, after several hours third, more helpful, alternative. creasing awareness in the with more realistic principles.
America). As a faculty member of personal practice, to teach it
at the Jesuit School of Theology to others.
in Berkeley, he serves on the "T E ACHING QUI E T
staff of the Institute for PRAYER" (4S) Fr. Byrne will
Spirituality and Worship. His begin this workshop by presen­ CHRISTIAN SERVICE ADV!ISORV BOARDS
Fr. Richard Byrne workshops promise the spiritual ting thoughts on the theology
enrichment necessary for all and practice of quiet prayer, as LOS ANGELES and ORANGE
who wish to deepen their prayer well as some principles and
life. guidelines for teaching it. Next, .others to grow. to their full Parish Community Organizer
he will demonstrate a style of potential. Moderator will be for Christian Service in the
"CENTERING PRAYER" teaching; and finally, there will Roger Keenan, Chairman of the Diocese of Orange.
(JS) This workshop will ln­ be an opportunity for questions Christian Service Group from
troduce participants to center- and discussion. St. John Fisher Parish. "CHRISTIANS NEED TO
Panelists include Peter Travis,' DO MORE THAN TELL PEO­
President Christian Service Ad­ PLE GOD LOVES THEM"
visory Board, a founding (7H) This workshop will be
member of M.E.N.D.; Ed presented by the panel in five
CHRISTINE M. CANNING AND LIZ LOLL Rose, Vice President Christian parts: 1) A short film and ex­
Christine is a preschool "FIVE IN ONE IS ME" (iF) Ser.vice Advisory Board, a foun­ planation of what Christian Ser­
teacher in Saugus, CA. She P e opl e are sensory ding member of M.E.N.D.; Sr. vice means. 2) Why Do Chris­
recently returned from England creatures and as such all learn­ Victoria Dalesandro, O.P., tian Service will, using the
and Ireland where she studied ing takes place through the five Director of Christian Service gospel, emphasize our respon­
Peter Travis, _Sr. Victoria Department of the Archdiocese sibility for giving Christian Ser­
preschool and infant centers. senses God has given us. By
She is developing curriculum leading young children to a Dalesandro, Roger Keenan of L.A.; Vivian Thomas, Direc­ vice in our parishes. 3) Who Do
for the young child. Liz is a fuller awareness of these senses tor of Christian_Service Agency, . You Help will give examples
k i n d e r gar t e n t e a c h e r i n they will grow to better ap­ Diocese of Orange; Jeff and through slides of the types of
Camarillo, CA, and led the preciate the wonder of their This eight-member panel will Patricia Wilcox, President and needs encountered in our local
' Preschool Training Series at St. bodies and the beauty of crea­ demonstrate that Christian Sere member of the Board of Direc­ parishes. 4) How To Start will
John's Seminary. Both head up tion-two important precedents vice workers grow spiritually tors of Christian Service in the give ideas on how to set up a
the preschool programs in their to more formalized religious while removing barriers of Diocese of Orange and Presi­ successful program. S) How To
respective parishes and are training. This session will offer poverty, sickness, ignorance dent of A.C.T.; and Sr. Do It will explore the realities of
members of the archdiocesan techniques for awakening the and loneliness and encouraging Dorothea Marie Ross, C.S.J., working with the needy.
Preschool Advisory Board. senses in the preschool child.

MICHAEL E. CAVANAGH, Ph.D. HOWARD CLINEBELL, Ph.D.


Christine Canning Michael Cavanagh is always a A nationally-known lecturer The creative use of any stage in
Chaplain, Methodist Hospital,
proach, will be published by
popular Congress speaker and and author, Dr. Clinebell is the life journey involves becom­
Arcadia, one year. In addition
Brooks/Cole in February, 1982.
this ye\lr should be no exception Professor of Pastoral Counsel­ ing aware that every stage offers
to more than a dozen books, he
Other books include Make
for the San Francisco-based Tomorrow Better, A ing at the School of Theology at a new set of growth oppor­
is the author of some forty ar­
clinical psychologist and colum­ Claremont and a faculty tunities (as welJ as new pro­
ticles in professional journals
Psych olog ical Guide for
nist. Dr. Cavanagh is Professor member at Claremont Graduate blems, losses and griefs). This
and numerous book chapters.
Singles, Parents, and the Entire
of Psychology at the University School. He is also Director of workshop will use experiential
His wife, Charlotte, is a licensed
Family (Paulist Press, 1980),
of San Francisco and maintains the Institute of Religion and methods to enable participants
clinical social worker who prac­
and What To Do When You 're
a private practice in San Fran­ Wholeness. He has been direc­ to get in touch with ten
tices as a psychotherapist, and a
Feeling Guilty Claretian
cisco and Marin Counties. His· tor of pastoral counseling strategies for using the fresh op­
marriage, child and family
Publications, 1978).
bi-monthly column appears in centers in Pasadena, Clare­ counselor. portµnities for potentializing
the diocesan newspapers of San mont, and Pomona Valley, and during the retirement years. The
«WISDOM: LEARNING
Francisco, Oakland-Stockton, TO DEAL WITH WHAT IS has served churches in .Indiana, "HELP I N G PEOPLE dual focus will be on using these
Sacramento-Santa Rosa, and AS WELL AS WITH WHAT Jllinois, and New York. He was (YOURSELF AND OTHERS) strategies ourselves when we
Monterey. His book, The SHOULD BE" (4R) We Chris­ Minister of Counseling, First USE THE NEW GROWTH reach retirement and helping
Counseling Experience: A tians know how we should be United Methodist Church, OPPORTUNITIES OF THE· others use them to enjoy the gift
Michael Cava�agh Theoretical and Practical Ap- and how others should be. Pasadena, for two years, and RETIREMENT YEARS" (lK) of longer lives.
10
11

R. DAVID COUSINEAU, 'L.C.S.W.


HOWARD DELANEY, Ph.D.
Social work is an area in Theory and Practice of Com­ communication technique; are
which communication skills are munications" on a monthly essential for relationships, both Howard Delaney's delightful "THE DY ING C HRIS­
extremely important. No one is basis, and in his Congress 82 personal and professional. In style and wit have made him a T I A N -D E A T HBE D VI­
more aware of that fact than Fr. workshop, he will share some of this workshop, specific · tech­ popular lecturer all along the SIONS" (4H) While modern
Cousineau, Regional Director, his expertise. niques for improving personal· west coast. As Professor of death research has focused
Catholic Social Service, Region relationships and teaching per­ Philosophy, · Loyola Mary­ .• upon the dying person, the
III, serving the Long Beach, Rio "USING AND TE ACHING formance, as well as the pro­ mount University, he teaches stages of his dying, and the oc­
Hondo, El Monte, Pasadena, EFF ECTIVE COMMUNICA­ cesses that block them will be courses in the Philosophy of currence of psychic phenomena
Pomona area. He teaches "The TION SKILLS" (7S) Effective presented. Death, Existential Sexuality, such as out-of-body ex­
Philosophical-Psychology of C. periences, it has only re�ently
G. Jung, Philosophy of Psychic begun to take note of deathbed
Phenomena, and Dynamics of visions in the all-important con­
FRAN t:OLVERHOUSE Human Creativity, a_ m ong text of their person-to-God rela­
Howard Delaney others. Dr. Delaney has the gift tionship. Yet this single rela­
Fran lives her belief in social "MASTERCARD AND ME, of making · complex concepts tionship is the major yardstick
justice and simplified life styles WE CAN DO IT ALL " (9M) understandable to the lay per­ by which one's life is vaJued;
and her life and her talk give This workshop will give sugges­ son. His subject, Death, is one hence it is the main criterion by
witness to that belief. She has tions of how to examine needs with which we all must come to which deathbed vision ex­
been full-time Director of and the value of "th'ings." It terms. Outside of his profes- periences a<;:hieve their worth;
Youth Ministry at St. Viator will show how increased , sional life, he says, "I raise This workshop wilJ present the
Parish, Las Vegas, NV, for 2½ awareness can prevent todayi s children, vegetables, and ride most recent research on deatµ­
- years. In addition, she has given youth from being victimized by . motorcycles-and in all three, I bed visions in terms of one's
wo,rkshops in. social justice, media manipulation by con­ experience an occasional suc­ growth· in the person�God rela­
youth days, parish retreats, trasting the poor and oppressed· cess." He and his wife, Mar­ tionship.
seminars, and diocesan work­ lifestyles and society's "me­ jorie, have ten children.
shops'. She has been involved first" reality. A visual presenta­
with the Catholic Worker tion of the several ways that
J-{ouse and the, Fellowship of media affects our everyday life­
Reconciliation. In her spare styles in contrast to the life and VICTORIA K. DENDINGER
time, she enjoys playing the teaching of Jesus will be in­ Victoria Dendinger · Vickie is a challenging Con­ and the ability to make moral
guitar and reading. cluded. gress speaker, back by popular choices, Common themes in
demand. A school psychologist myth and fairy tale wilf be pur­
and licensed Marriage, Family, sued in order to illustrate the
Child counselor, she gives talks tasks which must be accom­
SUZANNE DE BENEDITTIS, Ph.D. on spiritual growth, moral plished and the tests through
choice, assertion, and weekend which one must pass successful­
''My community is univer­ published by Winston Press. workshops_ in psychological ly in order to grow to deeper
sal/' says , Suzanne, who is "CUL TIVA TING W IS­ growth. Her workshop will pro­ personal and spiritual integra­
Director of Personal Awareness DOM" (8N) Referring to the vide valuable enrichment in tion. Participants will be asked
· Education. She gives individual work of Erikson, Jung, and those areas.. to track significant life ex­
and group counseling to facili­ Assagioli, this session will look "SALVATION HISTORY periences and interpret them in
tate personal awareness and at the psychodynamics of grow­ AND' MYTH AS A MODEL the light of the- concept , of
spiritual development. She has ing in wisdom. Parallels be­ FOR THE DEVELOPMENT passages to new awarene�s.
been a Professor at Loyola­ tween Christian mysticism and OF INDI V I DUAL A N D They will be asked to think
Marymount University and an transpersonal psychology will GROUP SP IRITU A L about who were the guides at
element�ry school principal. be drawn as the session will Marge Donovan AWARENESS" (SE This talk that time and what they learned
She earned her Ph.D. in engage the participants in guid­ will attempt--to draw parallels from each event. Common
Religious Social Ethics from ed imagery (a meditation) which• between phases in Salvation events that have spurred growth
USC, and her book, Teaching will enable each to meet the wise History and the development of in the lives of others will first be
Faith and Morals (1981), was person within (the Holy Spirit). consciousness and morality, in offered as examples. Finally,
the life of the individual. participants will be given a myth
Kohlberg's stages of moral in which they fill in the blanks
development will be dealt with and will be helped to interpret
to 'further compare life stages their work.
CAROL ANN DEE, Ed.D.'
Her teaching experience (six
years), supervision experience ''TO T EAC H IS TO understanding of content, MARGE and FRANK DONOVAN
(ten years), and. work as an GROW" (2E ) This workshop methods, techniques?" and
elementary school principal will will respond to the questions "How did Jesus grow as teacher Marge and • Fr.ank Donovan first-hand the needs of the insti­
be brought · to participants in "Does growth as a Christian without a Judean credential or have devoted their lives to car- tutionalized aged-'--Frank is a
Ms. Dee's workshop. educator mean a greater certificate of competenc)'.?" ing for people, both personally nursing home administrator
Frank rlonpvan and professionally. They know. with a background in psycholo-
10
11

R. DAVID COUSINEAU, 'L.C.S.W.


HOWARD DELANEY, Ph.D.
Social work is an area in Theory and Practice of Com­ communication technique; are
which communication skills are munications" on a monthly essential for relationships, both Howard Delaney's delightful "THE DY ING C HRIS­
extremely important. No one is basis, and in his Congress 82 personal and professional. In style and wit have made him a T I A N -D E A T HBE D VI­
more aware of that fact than Fr. workshop, he will share some of this workshop, specific · tech­ popular lecturer all along the SIONS" (4H) While modern
Cousineau, Regional Director, his expertise. niques for improving personal· west coast. As Professor of death research has focused
Catholic Social Service, Region relationships and teaching per­ Philosophy, · Loyola Mary­ .• upon the dying person, the
III, serving the Long Beach, Rio "USING AND TE ACHING formance, as well as the pro­ mount University, he teaches stages of his dying, and the oc­
Hondo, El Monte, Pasadena, EFF ECTIVE COMMUNICA­ cesses that block them will be courses in the Philosophy of currence of psychic phenomena
Pomona area. He teaches "The TION SKILLS" (7S) Effective presented. Death, Existential Sexuality, such as out-of-body ex­
Philosophical-Psychology of C. periences, it has only re�ently
G. Jung, Philosophy of Psychic begun to take note of deathbed
Phenomena, and Dynamics of visions in the all-important con­
FRAN t:OLVERHOUSE Human Creativity, a_ m ong text of their person-to-God rela­
Howard Delaney others. Dr. Delaney has the gift tionship. Yet this single rela­
Fran lives her belief in social "MASTERCARD AND ME, of making · complex concepts tionship is the major yardstick
justice and simplified life styles WE CAN DO IT ALL " (9M) understandable to the lay per­ by which one's life is vaJued;
and her life and her talk give This workshop will give sugges­ son. His subject, Death, is one hence it is the main criterion by
witness to that belief. She has tions of how to examine needs with which we all must come to which deathbed vision ex­
been full-time Director of and the value of "th'ings." It terms. Outside of his profes- periences a<;:hieve their worth;
Youth Ministry at St. Viator will show how increased , sional life, he says, "I raise This workshop wilJ present the
Parish, Las Vegas, NV, for 2½ awareness can prevent todayi s children, vegetables, and ride most recent research on deatµ­
- years. In addition, she has given youth from being victimized by . motorcycles-and in all three, I bed visions in terms of one's
wo,rkshops in. social justice, media manipulation by con­ experience an occasional suc­ growth· in the person�God rela­
youth days, parish retreats, trasting the poor and oppressed· cess." He and his wife, Mar­ tionship.
seminars, and diocesan work­ lifestyles and society's "me­ jorie, have ten children.
shops'. She has been involved first" reality. A visual presenta­
with the Catholic Worker tion of the several ways that
J-{ouse and the, Fellowship of media affects our everyday life­
Reconciliation. In her spare styles in contrast to the life and VICTORIA K. DENDINGER
time, she enjoys playing the teaching of Jesus will be in­ Victoria Dendinger · Vickie is a challenging Con­ and the ability to make moral
guitar and reading. cluded. gress speaker, back by popular choices, Common themes in
demand. A school psychologist myth and fairy tale wilf be pur­
and licensed Marriage, Family, sued in order to illustrate the
Child counselor, she gives talks tasks which must be accom­
SUZANNE DE BENEDITTIS, Ph.D. on spiritual growth, moral plished and the tests through
choice, assertion, and weekend which one must pass successful­
''My community is univer­ published by Winston Press. workshops_ in psychological ly in order to grow to deeper
sal/' says , Suzanne, who is "CUL TIVA TING W IS­ growth. Her workshop will pro­ personal and spiritual integra­
Director of Personal Awareness DOM" (8N) Referring to the vide valuable enrichment in tion. Participants will be asked
· Education. She gives individual work of Erikson, Jung, and those areas.. to track significant life ex­
and group counseling to facili­ Assagioli, this session will look "SALVATION HISTORY periences and interpret them in
tate personal awareness and at the psychodynamics of grow­ AND' MYTH AS A MODEL the light of the- concept , of
spiritual development. She has ing in wisdom. Parallels be­ FOR THE DEVELOPMENT passages to new awarene�s.
been a Professor at Loyola­ tween Christian mysticism and OF INDI V I DUAL A N D They will be asked to think
Marymount University and an transpersonal psychology will GROUP SP IRITU A L about who were the guides at
element�ry school principal. be drawn as the session will Marge Donovan AWARENESS" (SE This talk that time and what they learned
She earned her Ph.D. in engage the participants in guid­ will attempt--to draw parallels from each event. Common
Religious Social Ethics from ed imagery (a meditation) which• between phases in Salvation events that have spurred growth
USC, and her book, Teaching will enable each to meet the wise History and the development of in the lives of others will first be
Faith and Morals (1981), was person within (the Holy Spirit). consciousness and morality, in offered as examples. Finally,
the life of the individual. participants will be given a myth
Kohlberg's stages of moral in which they fill in the blanks
development will be dealt with and will be helped to interpret
to 'further compare life stages their work.
CAROL ANN DEE, Ed.D.'
Her teaching experience (six
years), supervision experience ''TO T EAC H IS TO understanding of content, MARGE and FRANK DONOVAN
(ten years), and. work as an GROW" (2E ) This workshop methods, techniques?" and
elementary school principal will will respond to the questions "How did Jesus grow as teacher Marge and • Fr.ank Donovan first-hand the needs of the insti­
be brought · to participants in "Does growth as a Christian without a Judean credential or have devoted their lives to car- tutionalized aged-'--Frank is a
Ms. Dee's workshop. educator mean a greater certificate of competenc)'.?" ing for people, both personally nursing home administrator
Frank rlonpvan and professionally. They know. with a background in psycholo-
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REGIS A. DUFFY, O.F.M.
gy and sociology, Marge is a the archdiocese. Requests for three girls, one boy.
Geriati:ic Nurse Instructor. training ·have come from all academic degrees, among which insight and teach others to do
Both provide state-approved over the United States, and their "AGING AND ME?" (2S) are two degrees from the In­ the same.
continuing education credit for set · of tape-worksheets and This workshop will provide the stitut de Liturgie of Paris and a "BROKEN TOY S" (6C)
health care . professionals Leader's Guide for the ministry human interaction needed in doctorate in sacramental (8C) This workshop will discuss
through the Concerned Aware­ to the elderly have been pub­ understanding the aged and the theology ..from the Institut crisis and conflict; which are
ness Regarding Elderly program lished by Franciscan Communi­ aging process. It will allow for Catholique of Paris. He has recurring themes in each per­
(C.A.R.E.) The husband and cations Center (1981). Both are some group discussion and ex­ also done post-doctoral work in son's story, in each life-stage. A
wife team are co-founders of founding members of Camarillo ploration of human behavior Paris at Hautes Etudes, Sor­ theolgy of growth must include
the unique Lay Ministry to the Hospice and Frank is listed in theories, as well as some prac­ bonne University. On a recent our crises and their positive pur­
Institutionalized Aged, which Who's Who of California for tical application for use with the sabbatical, he did research at poses in our lives. Do we know
has been acclaimed throughout worlc with the elderly. The sick and suggestions on how to the University of Wurzburg, W. how to grow from such crises or
Donovans have four children- set up visiting parish programs. Germany: Fr. Regis is now an only use them as an excuse? Do
Associate Professor at the our crises lead to new commit­
JOAN DOYLE and JEFF FLORO Washington Theological Union ment?
New Wine Productions is a CROSS" (6N) This workshop and has been a visiting pro­ "CHANGING NAMES"
new non-profit religious media has been designed to present Since his ordination twenty fessor at Princeton Theological (9C) One important feature of
organization whose goal is to liturgy planning ideas for ''The years ago, Fr. Regis has taught Seminary. He has been sacra­ each new life stage is that we
assist people in gaining greater Mass of the Cross," a special ori high school and college mental-area editor for the Sup­ can discover dimensions of our
access to God. Joan Doyle is Lenten experience and prepara­ levels, has worked in campus plement of The New Catholic personality and _gifts, hitherto
Vice President and Jeff Floro is tion for Holy Week. In this ministry and done parish work, Encyclopedia and has published unknown and unused. This
a member of the Board of Mass, written by Rev. Robert both here and abroad. Three of a number of articles. His talks workshop will ask,. '_'Does the
Directors. Primarily, Joan is Curtis, C.S.P., and ·Mr. Jeff those pastoral years were spent are distributed nationally on way we celebrate and worship'
Assistant Principal, Religion Floro, the Stations of the Cross as part of the priestly team of cassette tapes by NCR. His help us to come back to our
Coordinatdr, and Religion are woven into the Liturgy' of the experimental parish of St. workshops will help Christian stories and see the· new mean­
Teacher at St. Paul the Apostle the Word without eliminating Severin in the Latin Quarter of educators and leaders learn. to ings . and possibilities for our
parish in Westwood; and Jeff is any parts of the regular Sunday Paris. Fr. Regis holds seven tell their own stories with new current life-stage?"
a studio musician producer­ Mass. The premise of this
arranger, and sound engineer. liturgy is .that the death and
In their workshop, they will resurrection, the ascension and GLORIA DORKA, Ph.D.
demonstrate and explain (using return of Jesus Christ are very of The Living Light, Religious
video tape) the history and 'real happenings. Therefore, dress some of the myths sur­
Education and Catholic Library rounding family life and suggest
philosophy of a special liturgy, they can be felt! The goal of this World, and has served as con­
liturgy is to provide a feeling, some ways of fostering Chris­
the use of junior high students sultant to several publishing
rather than adults iii the meditative, and . spiritual ex­ tian environments in our chang­
companies and dioceses, as well ing society. The limitations and
pageant, and tlte use of contem­ perience of Jesus-from the low as the Department of Education
of bis crucifixion to the high of possibilities of the family as
porary music to pro.mQte the in­ of the United States Catholic
volvement of the congregation. his communion. educator and spiritual guide will
Conference. Author of a be offered.
"THE MASS OF THE riutnber of books and articles, "THE SPIRITUAL DEVEL­
ROSA DOC-THANH she lives with her husband, Paul OPMENT OF WOMEN: MIN­
E. Bumbar, in Tuxedo Park, ISTRY IN A NEW l{EY" (2R)
Ms. Due-Thanh is Director of ••HIDD EN CHI LO New York. Together they have This session will suggest and ex-.
Professional Services for ABU S E - C ONTINUING written Faith: Becoming True plore what is unique to the
Catholic Social Services Region CH ALLENG E OF TH E During the past five years, and Free, a high school text just spiritual journey of women. It .
II, Archdiocese of Los Angeles. 1980's" (1D) California law Dr. Gloria Durka has given over published by Sadlier Co. w_ill attempt to describe a praxis
She is a licensed clinical social mandates that those who are 250 workshops and conferences "FAMILY MINISTRY IN for women's spirituality that is
Jeff Floro
worker. Her broad experience responsible for children must in religious education THE 80's: THE CHRISTIAN consistent with contemporary
includes work in Versailles and report suspected and/o r throughout the United States FAMILY IN CRISIS?'' (IR) human life styles and Christian
Paris, France; Vietnam; and diagnosed child abuse and to be and Canada. She is an Associate (JR) In loo.king at tne etianging tradition, and discuss how
Brooklyn, NY. She is Commis- aware of possible signs of hid­ Professor and Head of the Divi­ Christian family in the U.S., ministry to the spiritual needs of
sioner for the'Oral Examination den violence toward children, sion of Family Ministry at For­ this presentation will attempt te women can contribute towards
of the Clinical Social Worker I
including physical, mental and dham University. She is now answer: the question "Is fhe a Christian spirituality that is
License for California and an emotional neglect. There are serving on the editorial boards family declining?" It will ad- truly androgynous.
Assistant Behavioral Sciences serious consequences for
Consultant for Los Angeles anyone failing to intervene,
County. She is fluent in three regardless of whether one ECQMENICAL _AND INTERRELIGIO0S
languages: English, French, and knows the law or not. This AFFAIRS_ COMMISSION· PANEL
Vietnamese, and in her spare workshop will focus on pro­
time she enjoys swimming and blems of identification· and the The Islamic Center of A place of worship and educa­ Maher Hathout, M.D., and
yoga. She is in the process of role of teachers and those who Southern California, formed in tion, it meets the spiritual needs Mrs. Abed Awad, Secretary of
completing her application for come in contact with children in 1967, was one of the first such of 500-600 local Moslem fami­ its Women'.s Association, will
the Doctoral Program of the In- dealing with the mandate of the centers in the Los Angeles area. lies. The Center's Director, join with Rev. Arthur M.
stitute for Clinical Social Work. law.
13
12
REGIS A. DUFFY, O.F.M.
gy and sociology, Marge is a the archdiocese. Requests for three girls, one boy.
Geriati:ic Nurse Instructor. training ·have come from all academic degrees, among which insight and teach others to do
Both provide state-approved over the United States, and their "AGING AND ME?" (2S) are two degrees from the In­ the same.
continuing education credit for set · of tape-worksheets and This workshop will provide the stitut de Liturgie of Paris and a "BROKEN TOY S" (6C)
health care . professionals Leader's Guide for the ministry human interaction needed in doctorate in sacramental (8C) This workshop will discuss
through the Concerned Aware­ to the elderly have been pub­ understanding the aged and the theology ..from the Institut crisis and conflict; which are
ness Regarding Elderly program lished by Franciscan Communi­ aging process. It will allow for Catholique of Paris. He has recurring themes in each per­
(C.A.R.E.) The husband and cations Center (1981). Both are some group discussion and ex­ also done post-doctoral work in son's story, in each life-stage. A
wife team are co-founders of founding members of Camarillo ploration of human behavior Paris at Hautes Etudes, Sor­ theolgy of growth must include
the unique Lay Ministry to the Hospice and Frank is listed in theories, as well as some prac­ bonne University. On a recent our crises and their positive pur­
Institutionalized Aged, which Who's Who of California for tical application for use with the sabbatical, he did research at poses in our lives. Do we know
has been acclaimed throughout worlc with the elderly. The sick and suggestions on how to the University of Wurzburg, W. how to grow from such crises or
Donovans have four children- set up visiting parish programs. Germany: Fr. Regis is now an only use them as an excuse? Do
Associate Professor at the our crises lead to new commit­
JOAN DOYLE and JEFF FLORO Washington Theological Union ment?
New Wine Productions is a CROSS" (6N) This workshop and has been a visiting pro­ "CHANGING NAMES"
new non-profit religious media has been designed to present Since his ordination twenty fessor at Princeton Theological (9C) One important feature of
organization whose goal is to liturgy planning ideas for ''The years ago, Fr. Regis has taught Seminary. He has been sacra­ each new life stage is that we
assist people in gaining greater Mass of the Cross," a special ori high school and college mental-area editor for the Sup­ can discover dimensions of our
access to God. Joan Doyle is Lenten experience and prepara­ levels, has worked in campus plement of The New Catholic personality and _gifts, hitherto
Vice President and Jeff Floro is tion for Holy Week. In this ministry and done parish work, Encyclopedia and has published unknown and unused. This
a member of the Board of Mass, written by Rev. Robert both here and abroad. Three of a number of articles. His talks workshop will ask,. '_'Does the
Directors. Primarily, Joan is Curtis, C.S.P., and ·Mr. Jeff those pastoral years were spent are distributed nationally on way we celebrate and worship'
Assistant Principal, Religion Floro, the Stations of the Cross as part of the priestly team of cassette tapes by NCR. His help us to come back to our
Coordinatdr, and Religion are woven into the Liturgy' of the experimental parish of St. workshops will help Christian stories and see the· new mean­
Teacher at St. Paul the Apostle the Word without eliminating Severin in the Latin Quarter of educators and leaders learn. to ings . and possibilities for our
parish in Westwood; and Jeff is any parts of the regular Sunday Paris. Fr. Regis holds seven tell their own stories with new current life-stage?"
a studio musician producer­ Mass. The premise of this
arranger, and sound engineer. liturgy is .that the death and
In their workshop, they will resurrection, the ascension and GLORIA DORKA, Ph.D.
demonstrate and explain (using return of Jesus Christ are very of The Living Light, Religious
video tape) the history and 'real happenings. Therefore, dress some of the myths sur­
Education and Catholic Library rounding family life and suggest
philosophy of a special liturgy, they can be felt! The goal of this World, and has served as con­
liturgy is to provide a feeling, some ways of fostering Chris­
the use of junior high students sultant to several publishing
rather than adults iii the meditative, and . spiritual ex­ tian environments in our chang­
companies and dioceses, as well ing society. The limitations and
pageant, and tlte use of contem­ perience of Jesus-from the low as the Department of Education
of bis crucifixion to the high of possibilities of the family as
porary music to pro.mQte the in­ of the United States Catholic
volvement of the congregation. his communion. educator and spiritual guide will
Conference. Author of a be offered.
"THE MASS OF THE riutnber of books and articles, "THE SPIRITUAL DEVEL­
ROSA DOC-THANH she lives with her husband, Paul OPMENT OF WOMEN: MIN­
E. Bumbar, in Tuxedo Park, ISTRY IN A NEW l{EY" (2R)
Ms. Due-Thanh is Director of ••HIDD EN CHI LO New York. Together they have This session will suggest and ex-.
Professional Services for ABU S E - C ONTINUING written Faith: Becoming True plore what is unique to the
Catholic Social Services Region CH ALLENG E OF TH E During the past five years, and Free, a high school text just spiritual journey of women. It .
II, Archdiocese of Los Angeles. 1980's" (1D) California law Dr. Gloria Durka has given over published by Sadlier Co. w_ill attempt to describe a praxis
She is a licensed clinical social mandates that those who are 250 workshops and conferences "FAMILY MINISTRY IN for women's spirituality that is
Jeff Floro
worker. Her broad experience responsible for children must in religious education THE 80's: THE CHRISTIAN consistent with contemporary
includes work in Versailles and report suspected and/o r throughout the United States FAMILY IN CRISIS?'' (IR) human life styles and Christian
Paris, France; Vietnam; and diagnosed child abuse and to be and Canada. She is an Associate (JR) In loo.king at tne etianging tradition, and discuss how
Brooklyn, NY. She is Commis- aware of possible signs of hid­ Professor and Head of the Divi­ Christian family in the U.S., ministry to the spiritual needs of
sioner for the'Oral Examination den violence toward children, sion of Family Ministry at For­ this presentation will attempt te women can contribute towards
of the Clinical Social Worker I
including physical, mental and dham University. She is now answer: the question "Is fhe a Christian spirituality that is
License for California and an emotional neglect. There are serving on the editorial boards family declining?" It will ad- truly androgynous.
Assistant Behavioral Sciences serious consequences for
Consultant for Los Angeles anyone failing to intervene,
County. She is fluent in three regardless of whether one ECQMENICAL _AND INTERRELIGIO0S
languages: English, French, and knows the law or not. This AFFAIRS_ COMMISSION· PANEL
Vietnamese, and in her spare workshop will focus on pro­
time she enjoys swimming and blems of identification· and the The Islamic Center of A place of worship and educa­ Maher Hathout, M.D., and
yoga. She is in the process of role of teachers and those who Southern California, formed in tion, it meets the spiritual needs Mrs. Abed Awad, Secretary of
completing her application for come in contact with children in 1967, was one of the first such of 500-600 local Moslem fami­ its Women'.s Association, will
the Doctoral Program of the In- dealing with the mandate of the centers in the Los Angeles area. lies. The Center's Director, join with Rev. Arthur M.
stitute for Clinical Social Work. law.
14 15

Johnson, S.A.i Executive "WHAT IS ISLAM?'.' (4N) misconceptions (e.g. the role of content of the lesson to h�lp demonstrate twenty major tech­ show how students and teachers
Secretary for the Commission (SN) Christianity, Judaism and women in Islam) have con­ maximize this growth? This ses­ niques used in religious educa­ can experience growth in their
on Ecumenical and Inter­ Islam are the three great tinually arisen about Islam. sion will offer suggestions and tion, based on Scripture, which Christ-Life through the obser­
religious Affairs for the monotheistic religions. The This workshop, through _the use demonstrations for lesson plan­ can make classes interesting and vance and celebration. of the
Archdiocese of Los Angeles for followers of these religions are of video materials, a presenta­ ning at various levels: primary, worthwhile for both teacher and liturgical year. Demonstrations
tion by a panel of Moslems and intermediate, and junior high. student. of activities for. Advent,
an enlightening look at Islam. frequently referred to as the
Sr. Collette Carroll, S.N.J.M., "People of the Book" because Catholics, and djscussion with "WHAT DO I DO NEXT?" , "GROWING UP • UP - UP" Christmas, Lent, Easter, and
Chairperson of the Social they hold the Scriptures in workshop participants, will ex­ (4X) This workshop will (8K) This presentation will Pentecost at various levels
Studies Department of Ramona reverence and its revelation of plore the basic tenets of Islam, (handout patterns included) will
Convent High School and the one God. While in recent the historical role of the prophet be given.
member of the 'Los Angeles years much attention has been Mohammed, the universality of
Catholic/Islamic Committee given to Christian-Jewish rela­ Islam, and Catholic-Islamic
will round out the panel. tions, misunderstandings and relations. REV. THOMAS H. GROOME, Ph.D.
I

JOHN FARNSWORTH Dr. Groome is Associate Pro­ Religious . Education: Sharing people toward maturity of
fessor o f T h e o l o g y and Our Story and Vision (Harper Christian faith. The emphasis
John Farnsworth is the Rep­ Fe and was co-founder of the and will offer some suggestions Religious Education at Boston and Row, 1980). He will give will be on the educational
resentative for Youth Ministry Christian Outdoor Leadership for correcting them. College. This is his second con­ the Saturday morning General response to each of the stages in
and Director of the National School. secutive year at Congress. He Assembly address. faith as Fowler outlines them.
CYO Federation in the Depart­ "THE SPIRITUAL FOR­ has lectured widely across the "GROWING IN FAITH: This session will be of interest to
ment of Education of the "THE MYTHS AND FACTS MATION OF YOUTH" (3M) U.S., Canada, Ireland, and STAGE S ON THE educators and spiritual directors
United States Catholic Con­ OF YOUTH MINISTRY" (2M) This workshop will explore Australia. His articles have been JOURNEY" (3N) (7E) Fowler's and anyone involved in the
ference. His expertise is in the In this session, John Farns­ youth from the needs orienta­ published in Living Light, stages of faith development will ministry of enabling people to
formation of Youth Ministry worth will discuss a coliection tion; giving practical guidelines Lumen Vitae, and PACE. He be outlined as a backdrop to come to maturity of Christian
Training. He majored in of common mistakes parishes for spiritual direction. has written one book, Christian reflecting on ways to sponsor faith.
theology at the College of Santa make in their response to youth
JOSEPH GLYNN, O.D.C.
SR. MARY IRENE FLANAGAN AND THE
Fr. Joe Glynn was born in "GROWING IN AGE, WIS­
ARCHDIOCESAN PRESCHOOL ADVISORY BOARD Ireland, did missionary work in D O M, AND FAVOR
"In a preschool environment preschool catechesis, some of ENCES" (4F) Designed for the Philippines, and now resides T H R OUGH P E R S O N A L
we develop a sense of wonder at which she has shared in her teachers and parents of at St. Theresa Church, Alham­ PRAYERu (8S) St. Teresa, the
the world around the child, and books ME AT THREE and preschool children, this session bra. He is Retreat Director at first woman Doctor of the
help him or her to understand HURRAY FOR SUMMER will show how to capture the Mary and Joseph Retreat Church, was an earthly mystic
that God is a loving and caring (Paulist Press). She and the "teachable moment" in a bud­ House, Palos Verdes, where he and a sure guide to the inner
father. The preschool child is at Archdiocesan Preschool Ad­ ding life and then to extend it gives days of prayer and parish world of contemplation. Fr. Joe
a perfect age to learn about visory Board have given many into the everyday experience of missions; and his workshop will lead participants on an in­
hiinself or herself-and in doing workshops throughout the the three, four, and five year will be a prayer experience-:­ n1::r journey through prayer ex­
so, learns about God," says Sr. Archdiocese. old child. Emphasis will deal s� necessary for the spiritual perience, using a scripture foun­
Mary Irene, Preschool Consul­ with good parenting techniques nourishment of all catechists. dation and Mary as model. He
tant to the L.A. Office of "AWA K E N ING THE as well as classroom He is now preparing a book on will show how to enter an in­
Religious Education. She is a YOUNG TO THE FATHER "how-to's." St. Theresa of Avila for her terior Cathedral with prepara­
fountain of knowledge for THROUGH FAITH EXPERI- fourth centenary. tion and techniques.

· RITA WALSH FOLEY SR. GRETCHEN HAILER, R.S.H.M.


c h i l d re n , a n d h a s b e e n teacher training program, and
associated with the Religious GIFT OF FAITH, a liturgy­ Religious Education in · Los Specific areas to be covered are:
E d ucation Office of the based curriculum published by Angeles and Director of Com­ Using Slides in Group Process,
Archdiocese of Boston since its Our Sunday Visitor. Her munications, We s t e r n Presentations, and · Prayer Ex­
organization. She has served in presentations emphasize experi­ American Province for her periences.
many capacities at parish· ential approaches, values community, the Religious of the
deanery and diocesan levels, techniques from the Christie­ Sacred Hei:i,rt of Mary. She "GROWING WITH (OR IN
and as Chairman of Elementary humanistic viewpoint, and the spent three years in Rome SPITE OF) TELEVISION"
Religious Education on tbe development of prayer respon­ directing communications for (9A) Television is one of the
Diocesan Board. She conducts ses and activities for both class­ her congregation, · and is Vice transmitters of values and
teacher training programs, room and home. President of Multimedia Inter­ culture in our society. How do
adult education courses and "G E T T I N G IT ALL national. She gives courses in we as Christians deal creatively
values education seminars, and TOGETHER (LESSON PLAN­ Television Awareness Training. with this phenomenon? This
is on the staff of the Master NING)" (28) The religion class "U S I N G SLI D E S-A N session will discuss TV pro­
Teacher Program at Aquinas should be a growth experience. IDEASHOI>" (38) This will b.e gratnming and some ways for
Rita Walsh Foley is the College, Boston. She is the How do we combine the bibli­ Sr. Gretchen is th.e media a practical session about how to catechists and parents to use TV
mother of three married author of CREATE!, Sadlier's cal, liturgical, and doctrinal consultant for the Office of utilize slides. in catechesis. constructively.
14 15

Johnson, S.A.i Executive "WHAT IS ISLAM?'.' (4N) misconceptions (e.g. the role of content of the lesson to h�lp demonstrate twenty major tech­ show how students and teachers
Secretary for the Commission (SN) Christianity, Judaism and women in Islam) have con­ maximize this growth? This ses­ niques used in religious educa­ can experience growth in their
on Ecumenical and Inter­ Islam are the three great tinually arisen about Islam. sion will offer suggestions and tion, based on Scripture, which Christ-Life through the obser­
religious Affairs for the monotheistic religions. The This workshop, through _the use demonstrations for lesson plan­ can make classes interesting and vance and celebration. of the
Archdiocese of Los Angeles for followers of these religions are of video materials, a presenta­ ning at various levels: primary, worthwhile for both teacher and liturgical year. Demonstrations
tion by a panel of Moslems and intermediate, and junior high. student. of activities for. Advent,
an enlightening look at Islam. frequently referred to as the
Sr. Collette Carroll, S.N.J.M., "People of the Book" because Catholics, and djscussion with "WHAT DO I DO NEXT?" , "GROWING UP • UP - UP" Christmas, Lent, Easter, and
Chairperson of the Social they hold the Scriptures in workshop participants, will ex­ (4X) This workshop will (8K) This presentation will Pentecost at various levels
Studies Department of Ramona reverence and its revelation of plore the basic tenets of Islam, (handout patterns included) will
Convent High School and the one God. While in recent the historical role of the prophet be given.
member of the 'Los Angeles years much attention has been Mohammed, the universality of
Catholic/Islamic Committee given to Christian-Jewish rela­ Islam, and Catholic-Islamic
will round out the panel. tions, misunderstandings and relations. REV. THOMAS H. GROOME, Ph.D.
I

JOHN FARNSWORTH Dr. Groome is Associate Pro­ Religious . Education: Sharing people toward maturity of
fessor o f T h e o l o g y and Our Story and Vision (Harper Christian faith. The emphasis
John Farnsworth is the Rep­ Fe and was co-founder of the and will offer some suggestions Religious Education at Boston and Row, 1980). He will give will be on the educational
resentative for Youth Ministry Christian Outdoor Leadership for correcting them. College. This is his second con­ the Saturday morning General response to each of the stages in
and Director of the National School. secutive year at Congress. He Assembly address. faith as Fowler outlines them.
CYO Federation in the Depart­ "THE SPIRITUAL FOR­ has lectured widely across the "GROWING IN FAITH: This session will be of interest to
ment of Education of the "THE MYTHS AND FACTS MATION OF YOUTH" (3M) U.S., Canada, Ireland, and STAGE S ON THE educators and spiritual directors
United States Catholic Con­ OF YOUTH MINISTRY" (2M) This workshop will explore Australia. His articles have been JOURNEY" (3N) (7E) Fowler's and anyone involved in the
ference. His expertise is in the In this session, John Farns­ youth from the needs orienta­ published in Living Light, stages of faith development will ministry of enabling people to
formation of Youth Ministry worth will discuss a coliection tion; giving practical guidelines Lumen Vitae, and PACE. He be outlined as a backdrop to come to maturity of Christian
Training. He majored in of common mistakes parishes for spiritual direction. has written one book, Christian reflecting on ways to sponsor faith.
theology at the College of Santa make in their response to youth
JOSEPH GLYNN, O.D.C.
SR. MARY IRENE FLANAGAN AND THE
Fr. Joe Glynn was born in "GROWING IN AGE, WIS­
ARCHDIOCESAN PRESCHOOL ADVISORY BOARD Ireland, did missionary work in D O M, AND FAVOR
"In a preschool environment preschool catechesis, some of ENCES" (4F) Designed for the Philippines, and now resides T H R OUGH P E R S O N A L
we develop a sense of wonder at which she has shared in her teachers and parents of at St. Theresa Church, Alham­ PRAYERu (8S) St. Teresa, the
the world around the child, and books ME AT THREE and preschool children, this session bra. He is Retreat Director at first woman Doctor of the
help him or her to understand HURRAY FOR SUMMER will show how to capture the Mary and Joseph Retreat Church, was an earthly mystic
that God is a loving and caring (Paulist Press). She and the "teachable moment" in a bud­ House, Palos Verdes, where he and a sure guide to the inner
father. The preschool child is at Archdiocesan Preschool Ad­ ding life and then to extend it gives days of prayer and parish world of contemplation. Fr. Joe
a perfect age to learn about visory Board have given many into the everyday experience of missions; and his workshop will lead participants on an in­
hiinself or herself-and in doing workshops throughout the the three, four, and five year will be a prayer experience-:­ n1::r journey through prayer ex­
so, learns about God," says Sr. Archdiocese. old child. Emphasis will deal s� necessary for the spiritual perience, using a scripture foun­
Mary Irene, Preschool Consul­ with good parenting techniques nourishment of all catechists. dation and Mary as model. He
tant to the L.A. Office of "AWA K E N ING THE as well as classroom He is now preparing a book on will show how to enter an in­
Religious Education. She is a YOUNG TO THE FATHER "how-to's." St. Theresa of Avila for her terior Cathedral with prepara­
fountain of knowledge for THROUGH FAITH EXPERI- fourth centenary. tion and techniques.

· RITA WALSH FOLEY SR. GRETCHEN HAILER, R.S.H.M.


c h i l d re n , a n d h a s b e e n teacher training program, and
associated with the Religious GIFT OF FAITH, a liturgy­ Religious Education in · Los Specific areas to be covered are:
E d ucation Office of the based curriculum published by Angeles and Director of Com­ Using Slides in Group Process,
Archdiocese of Boston since its Our Sunday Visitor. Her munications, We s t e r n Presentations, and · Prayer Ex­
organization. She has served in presentations emphasize experi­ American Province for her periences.
many capacities at parish· ential approaches, values community, the Religious of the
deanery and diocesan levels, techniques from the Christie­ Sacred Hei:i,rt of Mary. She "GROWING WITH (OR IN
and as Chairman of Elementary humanistic viewpoint, and the spent three years in Rome SPITE OF) TELEVISION"
Religious Education on tbe development of prayer respon­ directing communications for (9A) Television is one of the
Diocesan Board. She conducts ses and activities for both class­ her congregation, · and is Vice transmitters of values and
teacher training programs, room and home. President of Multimedia Inter­ culture in our society. How do
adult education courses and "G E T T I N G IT ALL national. She gives courses in we as Christians deal creatively
values education seminars, and TOGETHER (LESSON PLAN­ Television Awareness Training. with this phenomenon? This
is on the staff of the Master NING)" (28) The religion class "U S I N G SLI D E S-A N session will discuss TV pro­
Teacher Program at Aquinas should be a growth experience. IDEASHOI>" (38) This will b.e gratnming and some ways for
Rita Walsh Foley is the College, Boston. She is the How do we combine the bibli­ Sr. Gretchen is th.e media a practical session about how to catechists and parents to use TV
mother of three married author of CREATE!, Sadlier's cal, liturgical, and doctrinal consultant for the Office of utilize slides. in catechesis. constructively.
16 17

REV.DR. BRIAN P.HALL REV. DICK HILLIARD AND BEVERLY VALENTI-HILLIARD


An Episcopal priest and a CONGREGATION" (lE) This Fr. Dick Hilliard is a parish J<'OR RELIGIOUS EDUCA­
Professor of Pastoral Counsel- workshop will be a detailed look priest serving the Archdiocese TION" (7D) This workshop
ing, Dr. Hall is Director of at the personal values, skills and of San Francisco. He has will explore a child's discovery
Graduate Pastoral Counseling support needed to grow and sur­ authored The Lord Blesses Me, of God and Christian values
and Development at the Univer- vive spiritually in the modern a collection of Center Celebra­ through the wonder and delight
sity of Santa Clara. He also is a day church. It will include a tion models used for religious of song and story. Dick and Bev
consultant in renewal research look at good and evil as they education. He is an editorial will demonstrate ways to in­
to several congregations. He has manifest themselves in the local board member for Modern volve children in the classroom
done extensive work in the area church, and minimal criteria for Liturgy Magazine and his latest and liturgical religious ex­
of values and education, and in personal spiritual development. recording is "My Heart Is Hap­ perience through the worlds of
1978 was consultant to the "SPIRITUAL GROWTH py." Beverly Valenti-Hilliard is melody and fantasy. Activities
Archbishop of Canterbury, AS VALUES DEVELOP­ a gifted musician and composer in this workshop can be
Lambeth, England. He has a MENT" (3E) Dr. Hall will of songs for all age groups. An repeated with children in non­
number of publications to his cover eight stages of values elementary classroom liturgist, sacramental and Eucharistic set­
credit through Paulist Press, all development in the develop­ religious educator, and Master tings.
on the subject of values and ment of consciousness in the Catechist, Bev serves as a "CENTER CELEBRA­
education. human person. He will reflect member of the Resourc.e Com­ T I O N S IN RELIG IOUS
Rev. Brian Hall "SH EPHERDS AND on its application to curriculum mittee for Children's Liturgy of .EDUCATION" (9D) The
LOVERS: DI SCERN ING development, spiritual direction the Archdiocese of San Fran­ Center Celebration model for
YOUR GIFTS AND SUR- and the nature of the local con- cisco. Nationally recognized Religious Education will be
VIVING IN THE LOCAL gregation. religious educators and chil­ demonstrated during this
dren's liturgists, Dick and Bev workshop. Through simple ac­
REV.DENNIS HANNEMAN have conducted workshops at tivities of song, story, prayer,
Development of a working are separate and unique· many religious education con­ and art, teachers can use the
paper on the relationship . be­ pastoral activities of the ferences and liturgical in­ Center Celebration model with
tween catechesis and liturgy is Church, they are bonded stitutes.· Their presentations are their religion texts to create an
one of Fr. Hanneman's current together in an interdependent filled with usable ideas, easy e n j o y a b l e experience o f
projects. He is the Director of unity. This essential unity, models, creative visuals, au­ religious discovery for children
the Office of Religious Educa­ however, has often been en­ dience participation, entertain­ in Preschool and K-5. All ac­
tion of the Archdiocese of dangered by misunderstanding ing illustrations, and musical tivities demonstrated can be
Omaha, where he oversees all and strife. This workshop will moments. repeated by catechists in the
efforts in religious education provide an historical and "SONGS AND STORIES classroom or home settings.
within his archdiocese. theological overview of the rela­
tionship between liturgy and, REV. GEORGE HORAN
"CATECHESIS AND catechesis and practical sugges­
LITURGY: A CHRISTIAN tions for catechists and liturgists Fr. George's outgoing per­ his spare time, he enjoys ecuted says something about the
M A RRIAGE" (4K) (9K) concerning how to rebuild this sonality and captivating warmth backpacking and jogging. He belief of the person. This work­
Though catechesis and liturgy relationship. have endeared him to all who was born and raised in the Los shop will explore the theology
know him. It is those qualities Angeles area. that is taught by the way the
REV.ROBERTJ.HATER which make him so well suited signs are made. All can grow in
Fr. Dennis Hanneman to the position of Director of "THE THEOLOGY O F knowledge of God by under­
An Associate Professor of Healing is the heart of ministry.
Theology at the University of Without communal and individ­ the Pastoral Ministry with Han­ AMERICAN SIGN LAN­ standing and appreciating how
Dayton (OH), Fr. Hater's ual healing, ministerial efforts dicapped People, Archdiocese GUAGE" (ST) The sign a concrete language like sign
responsibilities include will have little effect on people's of L.A. · He coordinates the language of the deaf people of language expresses the abstract
teaching, lecturing, research lives. This session will relate archdiocesan program with the United States has its own ideas of theology. No know­
writing at the University on ministry to healing through handicapped people and a deaf way of commun'icating religious ledge of sign language is
national and local levels. He is ·stories, biblical references, and pastoral ministry team. And, in beliefs. The way the sign is ex- necessary for participation.
also the Research/Resource theological conclusions.
Theologian for the National BOB HORD
Conference of Diocesan Direc- "MINISTRY, COMMUNl­
tors of Religious Education Bob has been involved in Modern Liturgy.
TY, AND THE KINGDOM: "IF TODAY YOU HEAR
(NCDD). He belongs to many composition and teaching of
AN OVERVIEW" (7K) Jesus' HIS VOICE... " (40) All are
professional organizations and liturgical music for a number ·or
mission and ministry were in­ invited to join and participate in
has written a number of books years in Chicago and Los
timately related to ' God's Angeles. He is a philosophy this musical celebration of and
and articles on the subject of kingdom. The Church con­
ministry. professor at Loyola-Mary­ meditation on the meaning of
tinues Jesus' mission ministry. conversion, justice, and the love
mount University and Director
"HEALING: THE HEART In this session, the description, of Music at Visitation Parish in of God. Among other things,
OF CHRISTIAN MINISTRY" divisions, and chief aspects of Los Angeles. His albums in­ Bob Hurd and Anawim will be
(6B) Ministry based on Jesus' · ministry will be developed, with clude "O Let Him In" and sharing music from their "Roll
ongoing dying and rising in the special focus on evangelization "Bless the Lord." His articles Down the Ages" album as well -
Christian community is in- as_ the unifying factor in all have appeared in the magazine as a new collection of songs
Fr. Robert Hater timately related to healing. ministry.
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REV.DR. BRIAN P.HALL REV. DICK HILLIARD AND BEVERLY VALENTI-HILLIARD


An Episcopal priest and a CONGREGATION" (lE) This Fr. Dick Hilliard is a parish J<'OR RELIGIOUS EDUCA­
Professor of Pastoral Counsel- workshop will be a detailed look priest serving the Archdiocese TION" (7D) This workshop
ing, Dr. Hall is Director of at the personal values, skills and of San Francisco. He has will explore a child's discovery
Graduate Pastoral Counseling support needed to grow and sur­ authored The Lord Blesses Me, of God and Christian values
and Development at the Univer- vive spiritually in the modern a collection of Center Celebra­ through the wonder and delight
sity of Santa Clara. He also is a day church. It will include a tion models used for religious of song and story. Dick and Bev
consultant in renewal research look at good and evil as they education. He is an editorial will demonstrate ways to in­
to several congregations. He has manifest themselves in the local board member for Modern volve children in the classroom
done extensive work in the area church, and minimal criteria for Liturgy Magazine and his latest and liturgical religious ex­
of values and education, and in personal spiritual development. recording is "My Heart Is Hap­ perience through the worlds of
1978 was consultant to the "SPIRITUAL GROWTH py." Beverly Valenti-Hilliard is melody and fantasy. Activities
Archbishop of Canterbury, AS VALUES DEVELOP­ a gifted musician and composer in this workshop can be
Lambeth, England. He has a MENT" (3E) Dr. Hall will of songs for all age groups. An repeated with children in non­
number of publications to his cover eight stages of values elementary classroom liturgist, sacramental and Eucharistic set­
credit through Paulist Press, all development in the develop­ religious educator, and Master tings.
on the subject of values and ment of consciousness in the Catechist, Bev serves as a "CENTER CELEBRA­
education. human person. He will reflect member of the Resourc.e Com­ T I O N S IN RELIG IOUS
Rev. Brian Hall "SH EPHERDS AND on its application to curriculum mittee for Children's Liturgy of .EDUCATION" (9D) The
LOVERS: DI SCERN ING development, spiritual direction the Archdiocese of San Fran­ Center Celebration model for
YOUR GIFTS AND SUR- and the nature of the local con- cisco. Nationally recognized Religious Education will be
VIVING IN THE LOCAL gregation. religious educators and chil­ demonstrated during this
dren's liturgists, Dick and Bev workshop. Through simple ac­
REV.DENNIS HANNEMAN have conducted workshops at tivities of song, story, prayer,
Development of a working are separate and unique· many religious education con­ and art, teachers can use the
paper on the relationship . be­ pastoral activities of the ferences and liturgical in­ Center Celebration model with
tween catechesis and liturgy is Church, they are bonded stitutes.· Their presentations are their religion texts to create an
one of Fr. Hanneman's current together in an interdependent filled with usable ideas, easy e n j o y a b l e experience o f
projects. He is the Director of unity. This essential unity, models, creative visuals, au­ religious discovery for children
the Office of Religious Educa­ however, has often been en­ dience participation, entertain­ in Preschool and K-5. All ac­
tion of the Archdiocese of dangered by misunderstanding ing illustrations, and musical tivities demonstrated can be
Omaha, where he oversees all and strife. This workshop will moments. repeated by catechists in the
efforts in religious education provide an historical and "SONGS AND STORIES classroom or home settings.
within his archdiocese. theological overview of the rela­
tionship between liturgy and, REV. GEORGE HORAN
"CATECHESIS AND catechesis and practical sugges­
LITURGY: A CHRISTIAN tions for catechists and liturgists Fr. George's outgoing per­ his spare time, he enjoys ecuted says something about the
M A RRIAGE" (4K) (9K) concerning how to rebuild this sonality and captivating warmth backpacking and jogging. He belief of the person. This work­
Though catechesis and liturgy relationship. have endeared him to all who was born and raised in the Los shop will explore the theology
know him. It is those qualities Angeles area. that is taught by the way the
REV.ROBERTJ.HATER which make him so well suited signs are made. All can grow in
Fr. Dennis Hanneman to the position of Director of "THE THEOLOGY O F knowledge of God by under­
An Associate Professor of Healing is the heart of ministry.
Theology at the University of Without communal and individ­ the Pastoral Ministry with Han­ AMERICAN SIGN LAN­ standing and appreciating how
Dayton (OH), Fr. Hater's ual healing, ministerial efforts dicapped People, Archdiocese GUAGE" (ST) The sign a concrete language like sign
responsibilities include will have little effect on people's of L.A. · He coordinates the language of the deaf people of language expresses the abstract
teaching, lecturing, research lives. This session will relate archdiocesan program with the United States has its own ideas of theology. No know­
writing at the University on ministry to healing through handicapped people and a deaf way of commun'icating religious ledge of sign language is
national and local levels. He is ·stories, biblical references, and pastoral ministry team. And, in beliefs. The way the sign is ex- necessary for participation.
also the Research/Resource theological conclusions.
Theologian for the National BOB HORD
Conference of Diocesan Direc- "MINISTRY, COMMUNl­
tors of Religious Education Bob has been involved in Modern Liturgy.
TY, AND THE KINGDOM: "IF TODAY YOU HEAR
(NCDD). He belongs to many composition and teaching of
AN OVERVIEW" (7K) Jesus' HIS VOICE... " (40) All are
professional organizations and liturgical music for a number ·or
mission and ministry were in­ invited to join and participate in
has written a number of books years in Chicago and Los
timately related to ' God's Angeles. He is a philosophy this musical celebration of and
and articles on the subject of kingdom. The Church con­
ministry. professor at Loyola-Mary­ meditation on the meaning of
tinues Jesus' mission ministry. conversion, justice, and the love
mount University and Director
"HEALING: THE HEART In this session, the description, of Music at Visitation Parish in of God. Among other things,
OF CHRISTIAN MINISTRY" divisions, and chief aspects of Los Angeles. His albums in­ Bob Hurd and Anawim will be
(6B) Ministry based on Jesus' · ministry will be developed, with clude "O Let Him In" and sharing music from their "Roll
ongoing dying and rising in the special focus on evangelization "Bless the Lord." His articles Down the Ages" album as well -
Christian community is in- as_ the unifying factor in all have appeared in the magazine as a new collection of songs
Fr. Robert Hater timately related to healing. ministry.
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and alternate arrangements for human sexuality, of faith, and GANDA" (4E) This presenta­ ment; community life, laboring
from a forthcoming album. liturgical music, ranging from our capacity to enter into com­
some of your favorite contem­ well-known pieces (including tion will oner a program of for justice, simpli<;ity of life and
"SINGING AND PLAYING mitment. positive response to our cultural service to the marginal as a
FOR GOD" (8D) Bring your porary composers to that the St. Louis Jesuits' music) and
go through some of the in­ '"POSITIVE R ESPONSE TO propaganda. It covers the in­ holistic Christian response to
instrument-whether it is your famous mediedval writer named
strumental tricks and subtleties OUR CULTURAL PROPA- tegration of prayer, commit- cultural propaganda.
voice or your guitar or your "Anonymous." Bob Hurd and
flute or your violin or your oboe Anawim, with the help of their of various songs. New music
or whatever, and read through arranger, Craig Kingsbury, will from Anawim will also be
some new and old pieces of emphasize singing in parts, new featured.
MORTON T. KELSEY
SR. KATHRYN JENNINGS, O.S.B., tive in this work, both through courses in the prophetic trends
his own counseling and through of modern · science, art and
AND BETTY BRITSCHGI the Program of Religious religion. His major published
Education, which he helped to works give a written expression
Sr. Kathryn and Betty are in­ tionaliied children and adults set up and direct, and which of many of these courses. Mr.
volved in special religious who are severely or profoundly continues to seek an under­ Kelsey has lectured widely
education for the Diocese of mentally retarded, and the re­ standing of Christian experience throughout the United States,
San Diego. Sr. Kathryn is Direc­ sponsibilities of the local faith and theology in relation to the Europe, and the Orient.
tor of Services for People with community to share Jesus with psychological insights of Carl "SP IR I T U A L D I SCI-
Disabilities for Catholic Com­ them. Jung. In the Fall of 1969, Mr. PLIN ES, MEDITATION AND
munity Services. Betty is Special ''CO MM U N I C A T I N G Kelsey joined the University of RELIGIOUS EDUCATION"
Religious Education Consultant JESUS TO THE NONVER­ Notre Dame as a Visiting Pro­ (lH) A world view will be
for the Office of Religious BAL MENTALLY R ETARD­ fessor in the Department of presented in which spiritual
Education. They co-authored ED CHILD" (9T) For the Graduate Studies in Education, disciplines and the meditative
Special Religious Education: mentally retarded child whose and the following year he was life can be taught to .older
Catechist Formation & Re­ speech is severely impaired, the Morton Kelsey has been ac­ made an Assistant Professor. In adolescents, young adults and
source Book, published by the experiences of love and com­ tive as a priest in the Episcopal 1975 he became an Associate adults. The need of such teach­
Diocese of San Diego, 1981. munity are shared through Church since 1943, first in Professor: He is Rector ing will also be emphasized.
Sr·. Kathryn Jennings Both are members of the Na­ gestural language, symbol and Syracuse, NY, then at the Emeritus of his former parish. "SPIRITUAL FORMATION
tional Apostolate with Mentally movement. This session will Cathedral in Phoenix, AZ. In At the University, he has taught OF THE GROWING PER­
Retarded Persons. demonstrate and explain. how 1950 he became Rector of St. many courses in education, par­ SON" (3H)' This session will
the use of language, gesture, Luke's Church in Monrovia, ticularly in the area of com­ present a survey of the stages of
"FAITH EXPERI ENCE IN sign, symbol, drama, music and CA, where, largely through his municating meaning and value. life through which children pass
TH E INSTITUTION" (7T) dance help the nonverbal men­ inter.est s and efforts, a He has also given survey courses through adulthood to old age
This session · will examine the tally retarded child to learn of psychological group was in the history of Western and how different stages of the
spiritual needs of institu- Jesus. formed to work with people us­ thought culminating in the process of growth require dif­
ing the Jungian point of view. philosophy of science and the ferent methods, techniques, and
Until 1969 Mr. Kelsey was ac- thinking of C. G. Jung, and emphases.
JOHN KAV�NA0GH, S.J., Ph.D.
An author and lecturer, Fr. shops focus on an area of con­
Kavanaugh's background in cern to many-our American
philosophy enhances his values. SR. SARA MICHAEL KING, C.S.J.
riveting special presentation on Studies from the Catholic lives. We are an ecclesial people
advertising and American lJniversity of America .. She is who forgive and are forgiven by
values. His book, Following •'ADVERTI S ING AND
Betty Britschgi Religious Education Coordi­ each other. We carry on the
Chrisrin a Consumer Society, THE FORMATION OF CON­ nator at St. Anthony's Parish,
SCIENCE" (IN) This session mission of Christ which is
· was published by Orbis Books Oxnard,· CA, where she loves to reconciliation. Therefore we are
in 1981, and he continues to will examine an extensive collec­ re_concilers.
sing and cantor.
write his "Viewpoint" column tion of advertisements which il­
for the St. Louis Review, for lustrate the manner in which
values opposed to the Gospels '' R E CO N CI LlA T I O N:
which he received the 1978 Na­
are mirrored and communicated PROCESS AND GROWTH" "CEL EBR ATING WITH
tional Catholic Press Award in
in the media. The presentation (2H) This workshop will use ·a CHILDREN: REAFFIRMING
General Commentary. A native
of St. Louis, MO, where he still will show how we are propagan­ human growth pattern (an­ THE A W E OF LITURGY"
resides, Fr. Kavanaugh is dized into a special form of thropological) as the basis for (6K) This workshop will help
Missouri Province Assistant for hedonism and materialism-ex­ the dynamic in reconciliation those involved in children's
Sr. Sara brings eleven years (sacramental and interpersonal/ liturgies to understand the
the Social Apostolate and · emplified by one of the major
"teachers" of values, the fifty­ of teaching aJld public speaking political). We· must be caught C h u r c h ' s d i r e c t o r y for
Associate Professor of
billion-dollar-a-year advertising experience to her workshops. up in the on-going dynamic of c_hildren's Masses and will in­
Philosophy at St. Louis Univer­
industry. This "commodity way She has taught local commll'­ .conversion in our lives and the volve some practical how-to's
sity. He is a former member of nities of novices and religious in
the St. Louis Jesuits music of life" has a profound effect continuous presence of God at for developing liturgy groups
on our own self-understanding, areas of liturgy, and she has work in the persons, events, and for children's celebrations. It
group. His thought provoking,
our view of our bodies and earned an M.A. in Liturgical processes which make up our will be a link to the adult
Fr. John Kavanaugh sometimes controversial, work-

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and alternate arrangements for human sexuality, of faith, and GANDA" (4E) This presenta­ ment; community life, laboring
from a forthcoming album. liturgical music, ranging from our capacity to enter into com­
some of your favorite contem­ well-known pieces (including tion will oner a program of for justice, simpli<;ity of life and
"SINGING AND PLAYING mitment. positive response to our cultural service to the marginal as a
FOR GOD" (8D) Bring your porary composers to that the St. Louis Jesuits' music) and
go through some of the in­ '"POSITIVE R ESPONSE TO propaganda. It covers the in­ holistic Christian response to
instrument-whether it is your famous mediedval writer named
strumental tricks and subtleties OUR CULTURAL PROPA- tegration of prayer, commit- cultural propaganda.
voice or your guitar or your "Anonymous." Bob Hurd and
flute or your violin or your oboe Anawim, with the help of their of various songs. New music
or whatever, and read through arranger, Craig Kingsbury, will from Anawim will also be
some new and old pieces of emphasize singing in parts, new featured.
MORTON T. KELSEY
SR. KATHRYN JENNINGS, O.S.B., tive in this work, both through courses in the prophetic trends
his own counseling and through of modern · science, art and
AND BETTY BRITSCHGI the Program of Religious religion. His major published
Education, which he helped to works give a written expression
Sr. Kathryn and Betty are in­ tionaliied children and adults set up and direct, and which of many of these courses. Mr.
volved in special religious who are severely or profoundly continues to seek an under­ Kelsey has lectured widely
education for the Diocese of mentally retarded, and the re­ standing of Christian experience throughout the United States,
San Diego. Sr. Kathryn is Direc­ sponsibilities of the local faith and theology in relation to the Europe, and the Orient.
tor of Services for People with community to share Jesus with psychological insights of Carl "SP IR I T U A L D I SCI-
Disabilities for Catholic Com­ them. Jung. In the Fall of 1969, Mr. PLIN ES, MEDITATION AND
munity Services. Betty is Special ''CO MM U N I C A T I N G Kelsey joined the University of RELIGIOUS EDUCATION"
Religious Education Consultant JESUS TO THE NONVER­ Notre Dame as a Visiting Pro­ (lH) A world view will be
for the Office of Religious BAL MENTALLY R ETARD­ fessor in the Department of presented in which spiritual
Education. They co-authored ED CHILD" (9T) For the Graduate Studies in Education, disciplines and the meditative
Special Religious Education: mentally retarded child whose and the following year he was life can be taught to .older
Catechist Formation & Re­ speech is severely impaired, the Morton Kelsey has been ac­ made an Assistant Professor. In adolescents, young adults and
source Book, published by the experiences of love and com­ tive as a priest in the Episcopal 1975 he became an Associate adults. The need of such teach­
Diocese of San Diego, 1981. munity are shared through Church since 1943, first in Professor: He is Rector ing will also be emphasized.
Sr·. Kathryn Jennings Both are members of the Na­ gestural language, symbol and Syracuse, NY, then at the Emeritus of his former parish. "SPIRITUAL FORMATION
tional Apostolate with Mentally movement. This session will Cathedral in Phoenix, AZ. In At the University, he has taught OF THE GROWING PER­
Retarded Persons. demonstrate and explain. how 1950 he became Rector of St. many courses in education, par­ SON" (3H)' This session will
the use of language, gesture, Luke's Church in Monrovia, ticularly in the area of com­ present a survey of the stages of
"FAITH EXPERI ENCE IN sign, symbol, drama, music and CA, where, largely through his municating meaning and value. life through which children pass
TH E INSTITUTION" (7T) dance help the nonverbal men­ inter.est s and efforts, a He has also given survey courses through adulthood to old age
This session · will examine the tally retarded child to learn of psychological group was in the history of Western and how different stages of the
spiritual needs of institu- Jesus. formed to work with people us­ thought culminating in the process of growth require dif­
ing the Jungian point of view. philosophy of science and the ferent methods, techniques, and
Until 1969 Mr. Kelsey was ac- thinking of C. G. Jung, and emphases.
JOHN KAV�NA0GH, S.J., Ph.D.
An author and lecturer, Fr. shops focus on an area of con­
Kavanaugh's background in cern to many-our American
philosophy enhances his values. SR. SARA MICHAEL KING, C.S.J.
riveting special presentation on Studies from the Catholic lives. We are an ecclesial people
advertising and American lJniversity of America .. She is who forgive and are forgiven by
values. His book, Following •'ADVERTI S ING AND
Betty Britschgi Religious Education Coordi­ each other. We carry on the
Chrisrin a Consumer Society, THE FORMATION OF CON­ nator at St. Anthony's Parish,
SCIENCE" (IN) This session mission of Christ which is
· was published by Orbis Books Oxnard,· CA, where she loves to reconciliation. Therefore we are
in 1981, and he continues to will examine an extensive collec­ re_concilers.
sing and cantor.
write his "Viewpoint" column tion of advertisements which il­
for the St. Louis Review, for lustrate the manner in which
values opposed to the Gospels '' R E CO N CI LlA T I O N:
which he received the 1978 Na­
are mirrored and communicated PROCESS AND GROWTH" "CEL EBR ATING WITH
tional Catholic Press Award in
in the media. The presentation (2H) This workshop will use ·a CHILDREN: REAFFIRMING
General Commentary. A native
of St. Louis, MO, where he still will show how we are propagan­ human growth pattern (an­ THE A W E OF LITURGY"
resides, Fr. Kavanaugh is dized into a special form of thropological) as the basis for (6K) This workshop will help
Missouri Province Assistant for hedonism and materialism-ex­ the dynamic in reconciliation those involved in children's
Sr. Sara brings eleven years (sacramental and interpersonal/ liturgies to understand the
the Social Apostolate and · emplified by one of the major
"teachers" of values, the fifty­ of teaching aJld public speaking political). We· must be caught C h u r c h ' s d i r e c t o r y for
Associate Professor of
billion-dollar-a-year advertising experience to her workshops. up in the on-going dynamic of c_hildren's Masses and will in­
Philosophy at St. Louis Univer­
industry. This "commodity way She has taught local commll'­ .conversion in our lives and the volve some practical how-to's
sity. He is a former member of nities of novices and religious in
the St. Louis Jesuits music of life" has a profound effect continuous presence of God at for developing liturgy groups
on our own self-understanding, areas of liturgy, and she has work in the persons, events, and for children's celebrations. It
group. His thought provoking,
our view of our bodies and earned an M.A. in Liturgical processes which make up our will be a link to the adult
Fr. John Kavanaugh sometimes controversial, work-

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CONGRESS WORKSHOP SCH·ED0LE


FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1982
'
PERIOD1 10:00-11:30 PERIDD2 1:00-2:30 PERIOD 3 3:00· 4:30

1A HOW TO BUILD PARISH COMMU· 2A• REMEMBERING ....SO THAT OUR 3A+ SET YOUR IMAGINATION FREE
NITY: BACKDOOR TO YOUTH CHILDREN CAN Michael Sandford
Rev. William J. Bausch T. William Bolts, S.M. 3B• + USING SLIDES - AN IDEASHOP
1B• JUSTICE IN THE GOSPEL 2B· GETTING IT ALL TOGETHER Sr. Gretchen Hailer,'R.S.H.M.
Sr. Margaret Betz, 0.L.V.M. (LESSON PLANNING) 3c• JOURNEY-A GUIDED SELF-
1C FLOWERING WITH AGE: A Rita Walsh Foley STUDY OF THE BIBLE
BLOOM WITH MANY PETALS 2c• + FAMILY SYSTEMS AND·. Carroll Stuhlmueller, C.P.
Sr. Francis Sullivan, D.C. RELIGIOUS EDUCATION: WORK· (Repeated 6A)
1D+ HIDDEN CHILD ABUSE: CONTINU· ING WITH THE FAMILY AS 30+ SHARE THE SUN�IGHT
ING CHALLENGE OF THE 1980's RELIGIOUS EDUCATOR Mary Lu Walker
Rosa Due-Thanh Rev. Samuel M. Natale, Ph.D. 3E* SPIRITUAL GRQWTH AS
1E• SHEPHERDS AND LOVERS: DIS· 20· YOU'LL KNOW WHO.WE ARE BY VALUES DEVELOPMENT
CERNING YOUR 'GIFTS AND SUR· THE SONGS THAT WE SING Rev. Dr. Brian P. Hall
VIVING IN THE LOCAL CON· Ray Repp 3F PARENTING ADOLESCENTS
GREGATION 2E• + TO TEACH IS TO GROW Thomas Seibt, M.A., M.F.C.C.
'Rev. Dr. Brian P. Hall Carol Ann Dee, Ed. D. 3H* SPIRITUAL FORMATION 0� THE
1F DIVORCES/ANNULMENTS/RE· 2F+· FIVE IN ONE IS ME GROWING PERSON
MARRIAGES: WORKING WITH Christine M. Canning, Lit loll Morton T. Kelsey
THESE FAMILIES AND THEIR 2H .. RECONCILIATION: PROCESS AND 3K+ COMMUNICATING WITH
NEEDS GROWTH CHILDREN ABOUT DEATH
Thomas Seibt, M.A., M.F.C.C. Sr. Sara Michael King, C.S.J. Hedda Bluestone Sharapan
1W SPIRITUAL DISCIPLINES, MEDI· 2K HELPING PEOPLE (YOURSELF 3M THE SPIRITUAL FORMATION OF
TATION AND RELIGIOUS EDUCA· AND OTHER,$) USE.THE NEW YOUTH
TION GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES OF John Farnsworth
Morton T. Kelsey THE RETIREMENT YEARS 3N .. GROWING IN FAITH: STAGES
1K• FAITH, IMAGINATION AND Howard Clinebell, Ph.D. + ON Tl-IE JOURNEY
CELEBRATION 2M THE MYTHS AND FACTS OF Rev. Thomas H. Groome, Ph.D.
I Michael t Moynahan, S.J. YOUTH MINISTRY
1M* DYNAMICS OF COMMUNICATING John Farnsworth
(Repeated 7E) "
'3R+ FAMILY MINISTRY IN THE 80's:
THE CHRISTIAN MESSAGE 2N• TEACHING TEENAGERS ABOUT THE CHRISTIAN FAMILY IN
Tom Zanzig THE ART OF RELATING CRISIS?
' 1N ADVERTISING AND THE FORMA· Michele McCarty Gloria Durka, Ph.D.
TION OF CONSCIENCE 2R THE SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENT (Repeat of 1R)
John Kavanaugh, S.J;, Ph.D. OF WOMEN: MINISTRY IN A- 3S* CENTERING PRAYER
1R+ F�MILY MINISTRY IN THE 80's: NEW KEY Richard Byrne, C.S.P., D. Min.
THE CHRISTIAN FAMILY IN Gloria Durka, Ph.D. 3T WHO ARE THE HANDICAPPED?
CRISIS? 2S AGING AND ME? Howard E. Stone
Gloria Ourka, Ph.D. Frank and Marge Donovan
(Repeated 3R) 3u• SALTANDO SOBRE LOS COL·
2T RELAXATION vs. STRESS AND LADOS: MARIA Y LA NUEVA
1s· SPIRITUALITY AND THE IN- BURNOUT ISRAEL
TEGRATION OF PEACE AND Joseph Moloney, 0.S.F. Anthony Sancho
JUSTICE INTO CATECHESIS 2U LA FAMILIA Y LA FE
Max Oliva, S.J. 3w• LA LITURGIA EXPRESION DE FE
R.P. Samuel Marin-Suarez EN LA COMUNIDAD·
(Repeated 5S)
2w· LA LITURGIA: EXPRESION DE FE R.P. Pedro Vera
1P GROWTH IN SACRAMENTAL EN LA' COMUNIDAD (Repe<\t of 2W)
CATECHESIS R.P. Pedro Vera
Irene 1:1. Murphy (Repeated 3W)
1u• AL ENCUENTRO DE LA
ALEGRIA: EL CATEOUISTA CRE·
CIENDO EN GRACIA Y FAVOR
Anthony Sancho
1W HACIA UNA IGLESIA ADULTA
R.P. Herbert Desouza, S.J.

RECERTIFICATION: *CATECHIST ••MASTER CATECHIST + PRESCHOOL


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SATORDAV,FEBRUARV13,1982
PERIOD4 10:00-11:30 PERIDD5, 1:00-2:30 PERIOD I

4A PARISH FOUNDATIPNS FOR 5A THE MINISTRY OF RELIGIOUS 6A* JOURNEY-A GUIDED SELF·
GROWING IN WISDOM, AGE AND EDUCATION OR LEARNING TO STUDY OF THE BIBLE
FAVOR SEE THE UNEXPECTED AS THE Carroll Stuhlmueller, C.P.
Rev. William A. Bausch EXPECTED (Repeat of 3C)
4B* CAREERS AND LIFESTYLES: Bruno V. Manno, S.M., Ph.D. 68* HEALING: THE HEART OF CHRIS·
CHOICES FOR JUSTICE, (Repeated BA) TIAN MINISTRY
Sr. Margaret Betz, O.L.V.M. 5B + UNDERSTANDING MARRIAGE : Rev. Robert J. Hater
4C,.. PAUL:· EXILE BETWEEN AND THE FAMILY: A sc·. BROKEN TOYS
GOODNESSES PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE Regis A. Duffy, O.F.M.
Donna Maree Wanland FOR BUILDING A RELIGIOUS (Repeated BC)
4D IF TODAY YOU HEAR HIS EDUCATION PROGRAM 6D G-RATED MUSIC FOR CHURCti
VOICE... Michael E. Cavanagh, Ph.D. AND CLASSROOM
Bob Hurd 5C* LONELINESS IN THE MIDDLE Ray Repp, Mary Lu Walker
YEARS 6E* SPIRITUAL GROWTH IN AN AT·
4E* POSITIVE RESPONSE TO OUR Rev. Samuel M. Natale, Ph;D.
CULTURAL PROPAGANDA MOSPHERE OF AFFIRMATION
John Kavanaugh, S.J., Ph.D. 5D* MUSIC FOR LITURGY: MUSIC Bernard J. Bush, S.J., Audrey
FOR LIFE Campbell-Wray, Ph.D.
4F,+ AWAKENING THE YOUNG TO Grayson Warren Brown
THE FATHER THROUGH FAITH 6F + WORKING WITH PARENTS
(Repeated BH) Pat McClenahan, Ph.D.
EXPERIENCES
Sr. Mary Irene Flanagan, 5E" EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN 6H ANGER AND FORGIVENESS:
Preschool Advisory Board AN AT,MOSPHERE OF AFFIRMA· WISDOM OF THE HEART
4H THE DYING CHRISTIAN · DEATH· TION Marilyn Norquist
BED VISIONS Bernard J. Bush, S.�.• Audrey 6K* CELEBRATING WITH CHILDREN':
Howard Dela-ney, Ph.D. Campbell-Wray, Ph.D. REAFFIRMING THE AWE OF
4K** CATECHESIS AND LITURGY: A 5F + RHYTHMS. RHYMES. ROCK AND LITURGY
CHRISTIAN MARRIAGE THE WILD WIGGLE WOBBLE Sr. Sara Michael King, C.S.J.
Rev. Dennis Hanneman Greg Scelsa, Steve Millang 6M* WHO IS THE JESUS YOU ARE
(Repeated 9K) 5H + LETS.GET INVOLVED WITH TV TEACHING?
4M BLOW AWAY THE BLACK Hedda Bluestone Sharapan Tom Zanzig
CLOUDS 5K* MIME: THE SILENT BRIDGE 6N* THE MASS OF THE CROSS
Florence Llttauer Michael Moynahan, S.J. Joan Doyle, Jeff Floro
WHAT IS ISLAM? 5M* IS MY LIFE GROWTH OR A 6R BUDDHISM AND ITS POSSIBLE
Ecumenical and lnterreligioils Af­ GROWTH? CONTRIBUTIONS TO WESTERN
fairs Commission Panel Emery Richard Tang, O.F.M. SPIRITUALITY,
(Repeated 5N) (Repeated 7N) Rev. Tetsuo Unno, Rev. Arthur
4R WISDOM: LEARNING TO DEAL 5N WHAT IS ISLAM? Johnson, Rev. Royal Vadakln,
WITH WHAT IS AS WELL AS Ecumenical and lnterreligious Af­ Heidi Sirigh
WITH WHAT SHOll,LD BE fairs Commission - Panel 6S "MARY M" - A VISIT WITH THE
Michael E. Cavanagh, .Ph.D. (R11peat of 4N) MAGDALENE
4S* TEACHING QUIET PRAYER 5R* PRACTICAL APPROACHES TO Mary Betten Mitchell
Richard Byrne, C.S.P., D. Min. SHARING FAITH WITH THE 6T BEING COMFORTABLE WITH
'1 4T THEY STAY AWAY IN DROVES ELEMENTARY STUDENT HANDICAPPED PEOPLE
I
Howard E. Stone Don Boyd Joseph Moloney, O.S.F.
CRECIENDO EN EDAD, 5S" SPIRITUALITY AND THE IN­ su· CRECIENDO EN EDAD.
SABIDURIA Y FAVOR TEGRATION OF PEACE AND SABIDURIA Y FAVOR
R.P. Ramon Andreu-Rodemilans, JUSTICE INTO CATECHESIS R.P: Ramon Andreu-Rodemllans,
S.J. (Repeated 6U) Max Oliva, S.J. '- S.J. (Repeat of 4U)
4W INCORPORANDO EL DIA
(Repeat of 1 S) sw· DESARROLLO PSICOlOGICO EN
R.P. Herbert Desouza, S.J. 5T* THE MISSION OF THE CHURCH LA FE PARA EL NINO Y EL
IN AN AGE OF DIFFERENT ADOLESCENTE
4X* WHAT DO I DO NEXT? REALITIES AND NON-SHARED
Rita Walsh Foley R.P. Samuel Marin-Suarez
· COMMON VISION
Lawrence J. Payne
(Repeated BR)
5U PERSPECTIVAS HISPANAS
SOBRE LA FAMILIA CRISTIANA
R.P. Allan Figueroa Deck, S.J.
5W MALES Y METAS DE NUESTRA
·JUVENTUD
R.P. Joaquin Hereu, Sch.P. ·,

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SONDAY,FEBROARY14,1982 BOB MILLER and BRIAN CORLEY


Bob teaches scripture at datnentalism · is a recurrent
Mount St. Mary's College, Los sourc e· of confu sion for
Angeles, and scripture and Catholics which raises questions
PERIOD 7 10:00-11:30 PERIOD B 1:00-2:30 PERIOD I 3:00-4:30 theology to catechists and about the inspiration of the ]:Ji­
diaconate candidates for the ble, the autho rity of the
7A+ LEARNING TO VALUE IN THE 8A THE MINISTRY OF RELIGIOUS 9A*+ GROWING WITH (OR IN·SPITE Diocese of Orange. He has been Church, and the role of scrip­
FAMILY OR GET YOUR ELBOWS EDUCATION OR LEARNING TO OF) TELEVISION involved in parish adult educa­ ture in personal life-problems
OUT OF MY RIBS SEE THE UNEXPECTED AS THE Sr. Gretchen Hailer, R.S.H.M. tion for six years in both L.A. with which most Catholics are
Bruno V. Manno, S.M., Ph.D. EXPECTED 9B IS ONE RELIGION AS GOOD AS and Orange. Brian is a resident ill-equ ipped to deal. This
7B WHY ARE CATHOLICS AFRAID Bruno V. Manno, S.M., Ph.D. ANOTHER (OR HOW TO BE AN at the Sacred Heart's Com­ wQrkshop will explor� fu?da­
OF TELEVISION? (Repeat of 5A) ON-FIRE CA:THOLIC) munity in Berkeley and has mentalism as an h1stoncal,
Michael Manning, S.V.D. 8B* THE BIBLE TEACHER AS THE Michael Manning, S.V.D. taught religion and scripture at cultu ral, and theol ogica l
7C SHARING OUR FAITH LIVING WORD 9C* CHANGING NAMES the high school and adult level. phenomenon and examine its
WIiiiam L. Adams, C.Ss.R. William L. Adams, C.Ss.R. Regis A. Duffy, O.F.M. Pat Mcclenahan Their subject is an especially - attractiveness and its dangers,
7D*+ SONGS AND STORIES FOR 8C** BROKEN TOYS 9D*+ CENTER CELEBRATIONS IN timely ,and relevant one. outlining the Catholic under•
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Regis A. Duffy, O.F.M. RELIGIOUS EDUCATION standing of the Bible and offer­
Rev. Dick Hilliard, Beverly (Repeat of 6C) Rev. Dick Hilliard, Beverly ''FU ND AM E NT A LI SM ing practical suggestions for
Valenti-Hilliard 8D SINGING AND PLAYING FOR GOD Valenti-Hilliard AND THE CA THOLIC coping with fundamentalism in
7E** GROWING IN FAITH: STAGES ON (Bring Instrument) 9E NURTURING GROWTH THROUGH ALT ERNATIVE" (9N) Fun- ministry and teaching.
+ THE JOURNEY Bob Hurd GOD'S CALL
Rev. Thomas H. Groome, Ph.D. 8E* SALVATION HISTORY AND Christian H. Woerz, S.D.B., Linus
(Repeat of 3N) MYTH AS A MODEL FOR THE & Co.
7F+ MISTER ROGERS' NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT OF INDIVIDUAL 9F+ MUSIC AND LANGUAGE MARY BETTEN MITCHELL
-A VERY REAL MINISTRY AND GROUP SPIRITUAL AWARE- DEVELOPMENT FOR THE YOUNG
Hedda Bluestone Sharapan NESS CHILD WITH THE MAGDALENE"
Television, stage, and film ac­
Victoria K. Dendinger Bev Bos tress Mary Betten Mitchell will (6S) This session will , be a
7H CHRISTIANS NEED TO DO MORE
THAN TELL PEOPLE GOD LOVES 8F+ CREATIVE ART FOR THE YOUNG 9H* PEACE OF HEART: A be seen in "Some Kind of dramatic presentation . of the
THEM CHILD SCRIPTURE-BASED SPIRITUAL· Hero," with Richard Pryor, Good News of Jesus Christ and
Christian Service Advisory Bev Bos ITV FOR MIDDLE LIFE due for release in 1982, and at an interpretation of the Magda­
Boards • Los Angeles and 8H* MUSIC FOR LITURGY: MUSIC Marilyn Norquist Congress, also in 1982, in an lene's conversion. It was written
Orange FOR LIFE 9K** CATECHESIS AND LITURGY: A original production. This is herand researched by the per­
7K* MINISTRY, COMMUNITY AND Grayson Warren Brown CHRISTIAN MARRIAGE· _ former with the collaboration
third Congress presentation,
THE KINGDOM: AN OVERVIEW (Repeat of 5D) Rev. Dennis Hanneman following "W h e n J e s u s of her husband, Dr. Patrick
Rev. Robert J. Hater 8K* GROWING UP-UP-UP (Repeat of 4K) Laugl\ed," i ri 1976 and "Get­ Mitchell, Assdciate Professor of
7M* A POSITIVE APPROACH TO Rita Walsh Foley 9M* MASTERCARD AND ME, WE ting Your Act Together" in Theology at St. John's
SHARING FAITH WITH THE 8M* THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO A CAN DO IT ALL 1977. She is a member of the Seminary. "With humor and
JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT REDHEAD FROM WINONA Fran Culverhouse Archdiocesan Spiritual Life deft storytelling, Mary Betten
Don Boyd Tom Zanzig 9N* FUNDAMENTALISM AND THE presents a charming portrayal
Committee and of Women in
7N* IS MY LIFE GROWTH OR A 8N* CULTIVATING WISDOM CATHOLIC ALTERNATIVE Mary Betten Mitchell of Jesus' favorite woman disci­
Suzanne DeBenedittus, Ph.D. Film.
GROWTH? Bob Miller, Brian Curley ple,'.' said John Dart,. Los
Emery Richard Tang, O.F.M. 8R* THE MISSION OF THE CHURCH 9R* GROWTH IN CREATIVE
(Repeat of 5M) IN AN AGE OF DIFFERENT ,"MARY M A VISIT Angeles Times religion writer.
TEACHING
7R RQLE PLAYING IN MINISTRY REALITIES AND NON-SHARED Irene H. Murphy
Joseph Moloney, O.S.F. COMMON VISION 9S SERVING THE GROWING COM-
Lawrence Payrie
7S* USING AND TEACHING EFFEC·
TIVE COMMUNICATION SKILLS (Repeat of 5T)
MUNITY
A. J. Varesio JOSEPH MOLOJ\IEY, O.S.F.
Rev. R. David Cousineau, 8S* GROWING IN AGE, WISDOM AND 9T* COMMUNICATING JESUS TO THE catechetical programs for the
FAVOR THROUGH PERSONAL Brother Joe is Associate
L.C.S.W. NON-VERBAL MENTALLY Director. of the Catholic mentally retarded and in train­
7T* FAITH EXPERIENCE IN THE IN· ·PRAYER RETARDED CHILD ing volunteer adults and teens.
Joseph Glynn, O.D.C. Charities Office for the Han­
STITUTION Sr. Kathryn Jennings, O.S.B., His workshops will be of special
Sr. Kathryn Jennings, O.S.B., BT* THE THEOLOGY OF AMERICAN Betty Britschgi dicapped in Brooklyn, NY,
where he designs and im­ interest to all.
Betty Britschgi SIGN LANGUAGE 9U* COMO SE ESTABLECE UN PRO·
7U VAMOS DESPERTANDO-LA Rev. George Horan GRAMA EFICAZ DE EDUCACION plements programs for han­
dicapped people. As Executive "R ELAXATION VERSUS
VISION DE LA IGLESIA BU LA EDUCACION EN LA FE POR RELIGIOSA EN LA PARROOUIA STRESS AND BURNOUT"
CATOLICA HISPANA EN LA EVANGELIZACION Y LA Dra. Judith Morente-Mas Director of the National Apos­
CATEOUESIS tolate with Mentally Retarded (2T) How do we manage stress
CALIFORNIA 9W HACE TIEMPO QUE NO SALGO A
R.P. Anastasio "Tacho" Rivera, R.P. Samuel Marin-Suarez Persons, he conducts the situations? Who is prone to
LA CALLE...?ME EXTRANAS? burn-out? What are the symp­
S.J. ew i.COMO PUEDES AMAR A OIOS R.P. Richard Estrada business of the Apostolate bet­
toms? How can we avoid it in
7W* LA JUVENTUD: IGLESIA EN SI NO AMAS A TU PROJIMO? ween board meetings. Holder of
MARCHA · Grupo de Servicio Cristiano an M.A. in Guidance and ourselves and others? For new
R.P. Arnold Gonzalez, C.M.F. Rehabilitation of Handicappe(i insights on an age-old problem
from Columbia University, through action and discussion,
Brother Joe has many years ex­ participants are asked to bring
RECERTIFICATION: *CATECHIST **MASTER CATECH 1ST +PRESCHOOL their own experience.
Bro. Joe Moloney p e r i e n c e in s e t t i n g up
APPLICABLE • ARCHDIOCESE OF LOS ANGELES, DIOCESES OF ORANGE & SAN BERNARDINO
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24

SONDAY,FEBROARY14,1982 BOB MILLER and BRIAN CORLEY


Bob teaches scripture at datnentalism · is a recurrent
Mount St. Mary's College, Los sourc e· of confu sion for
Angeles, and scripture and Catholics which raises questions
PERIOD 7 10:00-11:30 PERIOD B 1:00-2:30 PERIOD I 3:00-4:30 theology to catechists and about the inspiration of the ]:Ji­
diaconate candidates for the ble, the autho rity of the
7A+ LEARNING TO VALUE IN THE 8A THE MINISTRY OF RELIGIOUS 9A*+ GROWING WITH (OR IN·SPITE Diocese of Orange. He has been Church, and the role of scrip­
FAMILY OR GET YOUR ELBOWS EDUCATION OR LEARNING TO OF) TELEVISION involved in parish adult educa­ ture in personal life-problems
OUT OF MY RIBS SEE THE UNEXPECTED AS THE Sr. Gretchen Hailer, R.S.H.M. tion for six years in both L.A. with which most Catholics are
Bruno V. Manno, S.M., Ph.D. EXPECTED 9B IS ONE RELIGION AS GOOD AS and Orange. Brian is a resident ill-equ ipped to deal. This
7B WHY ARE CATHOLICS AFRAID Bruno V. Manno, S.M., Ph.D. ANOTHER (OR HOW TO BE AN at the Sacred Heart's Com­ wQrkshop will explor� fu?da­
OF TELEVISION? (Repeat of 5A) ON-FIRE CA:THOLIC) munity in Berkeley and has mentalism as an h1stoncal,
Michael Manning, S.V.D. 8B* THE BIBLE TEACHER AS THE Michael Manning, S.V.D. taught religion and scripture at cultu ral, and theol ogica l
7C SHARING OUR FAITH LIVING WORD 9C* CHANGING NAMES the high school and adult level. phenomenon and examine its
WIiiiam L. Adams, C.Ss.R. William L. Adams, C.Ss.R. Regis A. Duffy, O.F.M. Pat Mcclenahan Their subject is an especially - attractiveness and its dangers,
7D*+ SONGS AND STORIES FOR 8C** BROKEN TOYS 9D*+ CENTER CELEBRATIONS IN timely ,and relevant one. outlining the Catholic under•
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Regis A. Duffy, O.F.M. RELIGIOUS EDUCATION standing of the Bible and offer­
Rev. Dick Hilliard, Beverly (Repeat of 6C) Rev. Dick Hilliard, Beverly ''FU ND AM E NT A LI SM ing practical suggestions for
Valenti-Hilliard 8D SINGING AND PLAYING FOR GOD Valenti-Hilliard AND THE CA THOLIC coping with fundamentalism in
7E** GROWING IN FAITH: STAGES ON (Bring Instrument) 9E NURTURING GROWTH THROUGH ALT ERNATIVE" (9N) Fun- ministry and teaching.
+ THE JOURNEY Bob Hurd GOD'S CALL
Rev. Thomas H. Groome, Ph.D. 8E* SALVATION HISTORY AND Christian H. Woerz, S.D.B., Linus
(Repeat of 3N) MYTH AS A MODEL FOR THE & Co.
7F+ MISTER ROGERS' NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT OF INDIVIDUAL 9F+ MUSIC AND LANGUAGE MARY BETTEN MITCHELL
-A VERY REAL MINISTRY AND GROUP SPIRITUAL AWARE- DEVELOPMENT FOR THE YOUNG
Hedda Bluestone Sharapan NESS CHILD WITH THE MAGDALENE"
Television, stage, and film ac­
Victoria K. Dendinger Bev Bos tress Mary Betten Mitchell will (6S) This session will , be a
7H CHRISTIANS NEED TO DO MORE
THAN TELL PEOPLE GOD LOVES 8F+ CREATIVE ART FOR THE YOUNG 9H* PEACE OF HEART: A be seen in "Some Kind of dramatic presentation . of the
THEM CHILD SCRIPTURE-BASED SPIRITUAL· Hero," with Richard Pryor, Good News of Jesus Christ and
Christian Service Advisory Bev Bos ITV FOR MIDDLE LIFE due for release in 1982, and at an interpretation of the Magda­
Boards • Los Angeles and 8H* MUSIC FOR LITURGY: MUSIC Marilyn Norquist Congress, also in 1982, in an lene's conversion. It was written
Orange FOR LIFE 9K** CATECHESIS AND LITURGY: A original production. This is herand researched by the per­
7K* MINISTRY, COMMUNITY AND Grayson Warren Brown CHRISTIAN MARRIAGE· _ former with the collaboration
third Congress presentation,
THE KINGDOM: AN OVERVIEW (Repeat of 5D) Rev. Dennis Hanneman following "W h e n J e s u s of her husband, Dr. Patrick
Rev. Robert J. Hater 8K* GROWING UP-UP-UP (Repeat of 4K) Laugl\ed," i ri 1976 and "Get­ Mitchell, Assdciate Professor of
7M* A POSITIVE APPROACH TO Rita Walsh Foley 9M* MASTERCARD AND ME, WE ting Your Act Together" in Theology at St. John's
SHARING FAITH WITH THE 8M* THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO A CAN DO IT ALL 1977. She is a member of the Seminary. "With humor and
JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT REDHEAD FROM WINONA Fran Culverhouse Archdiocesan Spiritual Life deft storytelling, Mary Betten
Don Boyd Tom Zanzig 9N* FUNDAMENTALISM AND THE presents a charming portrayal
Committee and of Women in
7N* IS MY LIFE GROWTH OR A 8N* CULTIVATING WISDOM CATHOLIC ALTERNATIVE Mary Betten Mitchell of Jesus' favorite woman disci­
Suzanne DeBenedittus, Ph.D. Film.
GROWTH? Bob Miller, Brian Curley ple,'.' said John Dart,. Los
Emery Richard Tang, O.F.M. 8R* THE MISSION OF THE CHURCH 9R* GROWTH IN CREATIVE
(Repeat of 5M) IN AN AGE OF DIFFERENT ,"MARY M A VISIT Angeles Times religion writer.
TEACHING
7R RQLE PLAYING IN MINISTRY REALITIES AND NON-SHARED Irene H. Murphy
Joseph Moloney, O.S.F. COMMON VISION 9S SERVING THE GROWING COM-
Lawrence Payrie
7S* USING AND TEACHING EFFEC·
TIVE COMMUNICATION SKILLS (Repeat of 5T)
MUNITY
A. J. Varesio JOSEPH MOLOJ\IEY, O.S.F.
Rev. R. David Cousineau, 8S* GROWING IN AGE, WISDOM AND 9T* COMMUNICATING JESUS TO THE catechetical programs for the
FAVOR THROUGH PERSONAL Brother Joe is Associate
L.C.S.W. NON-VERBAL MENTALLY Director. of the Catholic mentally retarded and in train­
7T* FAITH EXPERIENCE IN THE IN· ·PRAYER RETARDED CHILD ing volunteer adults and teens.
Joseph Glynn, O.D.C. Charities Office for the Han­
STITUTION Sr. Kathryn Jennings, O.S.B., His workshops will be of special
Sr. Kathryn Jennings, O.S.B., BT* THE THEOLOGY OF AMERICAN Betty Britschgi dicapped in Brooklyn, NY,
where he designs and im­ interest to all.
Betty Britschgi SIGN LANGUAGE 9U* COMO SE ESTABLECE UN PRO·
7U VAMOS DESPERTANDO-LA Rev. George Horan GRAMA EFICAZ DE EDUCACION plements programs for han­
dicapped people. As Executive "R ELAXATION VERSUS
VISION DE LA IGLESIA BU LA EDUCACION EN LA FE POR RELIGIOSA EN LA PARROOUIA STRESS AND BURNOUT"
CATOLICA HISPANA EN LA EVANGELIZACION Y LA Dra. Judith Morente-Mas Director of the National Apos­
CATEOUESIS tolate with Mentally Retarded (2T) How do we manage stress
CALIFORNIA 9W HACE TIEMPO QUE NO SALGO A
R.P. Anastasio "Tacho" Rivera, R.P. Samuel Marin-Suarez Persons, he conducts the situations? Who is prone to
LA CALLE...?ME EXTRANAS? burn-out? What are the symp­
S.J. ew i.COMO PUEDES AMAR A OIOS R.P. Richard Estrada business of the Apostolate bet­
toms? How can we avoid it in
7W* LA JUVENTUD: IGLESIA EN SI NO AMAS A TU PROJIMO? ween board meetings. Holder of
MARCHA · Grupo de Servicio Cristiano an M.A. in Guidance and ourselves and others? For new
R.P. Arnold Gonzalez, C.M.F. Rehabilitation of Handicappe(i insights on an age-old problem
from Columbia University, through action and discussion,
Brother Joe has many years ex­ participants are asked to bring
RECERTIFICATION: *CATECHIST **MASTER CATECH 1ST +PRESCHOOL their own experience.
Bro. Joe Moloney p e r i e n c e in s e t t i n g up
APPLICABLE • ARCHDIOCESE OF LOS ANGELES, DIOCESES OF ORANGE & SAN BERNARDINO
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REV. SAMUEL M. NATALE,.Ph.D.


psychother,apist in pra,ctice. H� ply basic psychologjcal prin­
recently delivered a paper on' cipies and insights into working
changing roles of women in the with the family as a whole. Such
c11·urch for the Amedcari issues as the Imaging of God
Psychological Association and a within the family, sin and
paper on The Changing .Role of punishment, and scapegoating
Women Within Family at the. will be discussed.
International Council of
"LONELINESS IN THE
Psychologists, Bergen, Norway.
MIDDLE YEARS0 (SC) Each
He is the author of two books
of us experiences a variety of
and a number.of articles. adaptations as we move through
"FAMILY SYSTEMS AND our life cycle. This lecture/
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION: workshop· will focus on the
WORKI N G W I TH THE specific types of loneliness that
A priest of the Diocese of FAMILY AS RELIGIOUS characterize the middle years as
Richmond, VA, Dr. Natale EDUCATOR." (2C) There is well as the spiritual struggles
earned his doctorate i n one nuclear family in each of and goals that it highlights. Ema
psychology from the University our lives-it is the matrix of our pbasis is oil Jhe changing
of Oxford, England. He is Pro­ identity. This workshop/dis­ manifestations of aloneness/
fessor of Psychology and cussion will focus on systems ·loneliness/isolation as they
Management at the University approaches to family actions change with each developmental
of Bridgeport . (CT) and a and interactions and seek to ap- stage of the life cycle.

MARILVN NORQUIST
am a continuing partici­ and to offer practical sugges­
pant/learner- in so-called 'New tions for tapping these sources
• Age' movements. which work of power in our lives, Our
for a: transformed society by . choices of anger or forgiveness
promoting the transformation are our wisdom.
of individual human lives." She . "PEACE OF HEART: A
has published a. number of SCRIPTURE-BASED SPIRI­
books· and articles. TUALitY FOR MIDDLE
"ANGER AND FORGIVE­ LIFE" (9H) The scripture is
NESS: WISDOM OF THE full of wisdom about life which
HEART" (6H) Growing in may be difficult for us to grasp • I

wisdom and favor with God in­ until we ourselves have lived in­
volves knowing ourselves and to mid-life years. It speaks of
M arilyn is a free-lance growing in the capacity to repentance, of being forgiven,
teacher and writer in scripture decide what the inner quality of of covenant living, of fulfill­
and spirituality and she works our living will be. Of all the dai­ ment in God and in love. These
mainly with Catholic adults. ly decisions we make, those can be intellectually understood
She holds a Master's Degree in about anger and forgiveness much earlier, but middle life of­
Christian Education and is a probably contribute more than fers new and richer oppor­
full-time Ph.D. candidate at the any other to our happiness-or tunities for knowing them in
Graduate Theological Union in unhappiness. This workshop our hearts and living them every
Berkeley. She says '' All my will consider both aspects of our day. This workshop will explore
adult life has been devoted to inner life, probing to unders­ ideas from scripture and their
Christian adult growth, and l tand the possibilities open to us daily application.

MAX OLIVA, S.J.


Fr. Max Oliva has a broad stration, with the emphasis on Society of Jesus. For six years
background in the area of faith the study of social structures. he was on the faculty at the
and justice. He has a Master's He served for seven years as Jesuit School of Theology at 'A
Degr�c of Divinity and a Direcfor of Social Ministries for Berkeley where he was a
Master's in Business Admini- the California Province of the facilitator for theological reflec-
29

MICHAEL D. SANDFORD
Michael Sandford is the the South Pasadena Chamber will take participants step by
owner of MDS Enterprises, of Commerce. step in writing down and
South Pasadena, CA, which "SET YOUR IMAGINA­ reaching goals. The meaning of
gives training in motivation and TION FREE'' (3A) Whatever success, priorities and values, a
time managemeri't for in­ the mind can conceive and goal for success, visualization
dividuals and companies. He believe can be achieved. The and imagination, the power of
has been active in the business power of the person and what affirmation, and the self-ful­
community and just finished a he/ she wants out of life starts filling prophecy will be dis-
one-year term as President of by settfog goals. This lecture cussed.

GREG SCELSA and STEVE MILLANG


In 1969 Greg Scelsa and Steve workers for tapes of their songs, "Small Wonders."
Millang began working as Greg arid Steve formed their
teacher aides in Los Angeles Ci­ own record company in 1975, "RHYTHMS, RHYMES,
ty and County School systems. Youngheart Records, and ROCK AND THE WILD WIG­
They worked with handicapped released their first album, "We GLE WOBBLE" (SF) This
children, mentally retarded, All Live Together, Volume I." workshop will show· teachers
emotionally disturbed, and They have now produced three practical and entertaining ways
blind, as well as children in a other records in the "We All to teach basic skill concepts,
regular classroom situation. Live Together" series, and have develop motor coordination,
They continued as teacher aides appeared on numerous televi­ promote language skills and
until 1975. Because of the many sion and radio shows including social values, as well as an ap­
requests from teachers and co- "Steps to Learning" and preciation of all music.

THOMAS H. SEIBT, M.A., M.F.C.C.


As Clinical Supervisor of the myths and common stresses for
California Family Study Center the adults and the children?
in Burbank, Thomas Seibt How can religious educators be
teaches, supervises interns, and more aware of their needs? This
maintains a private practice. He workshop will explore ways to
has given pre-marriage prepara­ make them a welcome part of
tion courses for the archdiocese the Church community.
and courses in "Marriage and
Family Relations," "The "PARENTING ADOLES­
Formerly Married," and "Step­ CENTS" (3F) When parents
parenting" at Cal State L. A. are raising their children from
He is a member of the Step­ birth till pre-adolescence, they
family Association of America. frequently have to care for them
.Thomas Seibt ''DIVORC E S/ANNUL­ as "benevolent dictators."·
MENTS/REMARRIAGES: Adolescence, though, is a dif­
WORKING WITH THESE ferent story; parents have. to
FAMILIES AND THEIR shift into many diverse roles:
NEEDS" ()F) This workshop limit-setters, consultants, ad­
will focus on the special pro­ visors, counselors. This is a
blems and issues that face most trying time for both
families going through divorces parents and their teenagers.
and remarriages. They are often This workshop will offer
a large, neglected or forgotten guidelines for parents and those
. segment of the Body of Christ. who are working with teen­
What are the . major cultural agers.

HEDDA BL0ESTONE SHARAPAN


In I 965 Hedda received a children's television led her to
B.S. Degree in Psychology from WQED, Pittsburgh, and to
Carnegie-Mellon University in Fred Rogers. At his suggestion
Hedda Sharapan Pennsylvania. Her interest in she pursued graduate studies at
31

SR. FRANCIS SULLIVAN, D.C.


perience in social agencies, Francis will lead participants in
working with dependent and breaking down stereotype
neglected children and their myths about aging, and in
families i n Milwaukee, developing 'sensitivity to the
Alabama, Louisiana, and special talents of the elderly in
California. Her education in­ spite of limitations that natural­
cludes on-going graduate ly occur with the aging pr.ocess.
studies in gerontology at the The opportunity for positive in­
USC Andrus Gerontology volvement in enriching and
Center. She is a member of the rewarding programs and ac­
Board of the Los Angeles Coun­ tivities for handicapped elderly
ty Office of Affairs on Aging, will be explored. Organizations,
and the Catholic Commission programs and services for active
on Aging. She also is active in participation will be explained
the Southern California Inter­ with regard to spiritual well­
Sr. Francis is Community faith Coalition on Aging. being, educational advantages,
Health and Education Coor­ health promotion, cultural
dinator for St. Vincent Medical "F L O W E RI N G WITH enrichment, economic oppor­
Ceriter in Los Angeles. She has AG E: A BL O OM WITH tunities, and political involve­
had twenty-five years' ex- MANY PETALS" (IC) Sr. ment.

EMERY .RICHARD TANG, O.F.M.


as a high school teacher and "IS MY LIFE GROWTH OR
principal, an associate producer A GROWTH?" (SM) (7N)
of TeleSPOTS with the Francis­
can Communications Center, Some growth is useless and even
Los Angeles, and a lecturer and malignant. It can be dangerous
preacher at farge. He has to health. What, happens to
spoken at the Congress a cause this rampant, disfiguring
number of times. At present, he cancer? When does one grow,
is a retreat director at Serra instead, in wisdom, age and
Retreat, Malibu. Fr. Tang aug­ grace? How does one cope with
ments his verbal preaching with the smog of self-gratification
writings, photographs and and the pollution of perverse
tapes. He is at work on a book goals? How does one overcome
of photos and essays. Tapes of the temptations of life as Jesus
Emery Richard Tang is a his talks include ALL THAT did in the desert? How does one
Chinese-American Franciscan MATTERS and RENEWAL IN "put on" the mind of Jesus?
priest, born in Phoenix, AZ. LOVE. His photographs are How is one truly "born over?"
Since his ordination in.1952, his found in VisionPrint posters Fr. Tang will discuss these ques­
varied career has included stints and CARE n' SHARE cards. tions during this session.

REV. TETS0O 0NNO AND PANEL


A Buddhist Priest, Tetsuo "BUDDHIS M AND ITS Absolute itself. However,
Unno ministers at the Pasadena P OS S IBL E C O NTRIBU­ because this experience and
Buddhist Temple. His major TIONS TO WESTERN SPIRI­ perception takes place in and
responsibility is to oversee the TUALITY". (6R) All religions through relative human beings,
English program. He has taught are One. Like the spokes of a the Absolute manifests itself in
at UCLA, Cal State Northridge, wheel, the further you pull away different ways. This workshop
Cal State Long Beach, Institute from the center, the essence, the will show both the similarities
of Buddhist Studies at Berkeley, more apparent the differences and differences (mainly of em­
and the Buddhist Study Center become. But their essence is phasis, tone, style, approach,
in Hon olulu. One. This Oneness is • most and not substance) in the ex­
Fr. Arthur Johnson and Fr. vividly manifested, not in sec­ perience of the Absolute in
Royal Vadakin of the archdio­ tarian creeds, institutional Christianity and Buddhism.
cesan Ecumenical and Interreli­ literature; or particular religious This will be done with reference
gious Affairs Commission, and . myths and rituals, but rather in to actual accounts of religious
Heidi Singh will compose the the direct and unmediated ex­ experiences in the two religions.
panel. perience and perception of the
33

CHRISTIAN H. WOERZ, S.D.B.


"Fr. Chris and Linus"
Fr. Chris is Vocation Director is a popular homilist. His mis­
for the Salesians of Don Bosco sion in life is to help people
and Spiritual Director for the discover the child in them so
Youth Encounter Spirit Mini­ they can find Jesus there.
Encounter Program. He has
given many retreats and made a "NURTURING GROWTH
number of appearances to pro­ THROUGH· GOD'S CALL"
mote vocation awareness and to (9E) Fr. Chris and Linus, along
counsel young people interested with Priests, Brothers, and
in priesthood, btotherhood, Sisters, will discuss practical
sisterhood. He has two Master's ways parents and teachers can
Degrees: Divinity and Sacred nurtur� growth in Christian life
Theology; and he·is "owner of through helping children. Nuevamente como todos los
the world's most exotic lizard." Teenagers and young adults afios, nos complacemos en invi­
Linus D. Lizard, a Minister of listen to God as he calls each of tarles a unirse con nosotros para
Joy, appears with Fr. Chris and us to follow his or her vocation. el Congreso de Educaci6n
Religiosa de Los Angeles.
lgual que en anos anteriores
hemos seleccionado un tema
que nos une y alrededor del cual
TOM ZANZIG podemos explorar juntos las
muchas caras de la catequesis en
As Consultant for St. Mary's clamations and explanations of nuestra ;ictualidad, asf como las
Press, Tom Zanzig presents just who Jesus was and is, and maravillas de nuestro propio
workshops and talks in youth each of us in turn has developed crecimiento como individuos y
ministry and youth catechesis our own personal images and como iglesia.
throughout the U.S. and in understandings of him. In this Hemos procurado reunir a
Canada. He has written text­ session participants will not on­ oradores sumamente din,micos
books for high school religious ly explore available "models" quienes como de costumbre,
education and several articles of Jesus and his message,· but nos gtiiar,n en esta peregrina­
for PACE. His sense of humor will also be" helped to more ci6n de cuatro dias; partiendo
is a good asset for his work with clearly identify and come to de la franqueza sin cohibiciones
youth, and one of his favorite terms - with their personal de nuestras juventudes el jueves
hobbies is "trying to remain understanding of Jesus and its por la maiiana y terminando
young while increasing in implicatioris for their task as con los coros de alabanza y
maturity.'' catechists. amor en nuestra. liturgia
".DYNAMICS OF COMMU­ "THE GOSPEL ACCORD­ dominical.
NICATING THE CHlUSTIAN ING TO A REDHEAD FROM Esperamos que este Congreso
MESSAGE" (IM) Passing on WINONA" (8M) Each of us as sea realmente . una experiencia
the faith from generation to Christians-:- and in a particular para todos nosotros de un
generation is not simply an way as Christian educators-is CRECIMIENTO EN SABI­
educational enterprise. Chris­ called to proclaim and explain DURIA, EDAD Y FAVOR
tian faith touches-and is the Gospel, the Good News of ante el Senor, y que igual que
touched. by-every facet of Jesus Christ. To do so effective­ con la Familia de Nazaret,
human experience. In this ly, the Gospel story must be seamos
, realmente
. abiertos
' al
presentation, the relationship recognized as our story, as the Espiritu que da en .nuestro
between the Christian family, message of Jesus proclaimed ministerio.
the parish, and formal religious not only by the evangelists of Nuestra mesa . directiva, los
education programs will be ex­ the Christian scriptures but also comit�s y los muchos voluntar­
plored. Particular emphasis will as the' Good News experienced, ios estan hadendo todo lo posi­
be given to the catechetical lived, celebrated, and expressed ble para hacer que este Con­
challenges facing the Church in in the words of each of us as greso sea el mejor de todos y
its ministty to adolescents. persons. In this session, the una · vez mas damos la bienve-
"redhead from Winona" will . nida anticipadamente al gran
"WHO IS THE JESUS YOU share the Gospel proclamation apoyo de su presencia de usted.
ARE TEACHING?" (6M) The as he has experienced and been
session title seems to ask a freed by it, and will then share
strange question. There is, after suggestions on how the par­ Rdo. Mons. John F. Barry
all, only one Jesus, right? True, ticipants might more effectively Director, Oficina
but through the ages the Church get in touch with and proclaim de Educaci6n Religiosa
has encountered countless pro- their own Good News. Arquidi6cesis de. Los Angeles
35

R.P. RICHARD ESTRADA, C.M.F. (Continuacion)


personas tambi�n con asuntos
El Padre Richard Estrada, habla hispana. migratorios asf como con otros
Claretiano, naci6 y se cri6 en el problemas que pudieran tener.
Este de Los Angeles. Es miem­ HACE TIEMPO QUE NO Ha aparecido en la televisi6n,
bro de la Organizaci6n Unida SALGO ,.;\ LA CALLE... l.ME en la radio, eri escuelas, en cen­
de Barrios. Tiene tftulos univer­ EXTRANAS? (9W) Hay 27 tros de ancianos y en orienta­
sitarios en ·mosoffa y teologfa y reclusorios en la arquidi6cesis ciones sobre · asuntos
es parroco asistente de la parro­ de Los Angeles que contienen a migratorios. Estudi6 en el Col­
quia de la Soledad en el Este de 4,000 jovenes, de los cuales el egio del Este de Los Angeles
Los Angeles. El Padre Estrada 650fo son catolicos. lCual es la especialitndose en la psicotogfa
es capellftn cat6lico del respuesta de la comunidad y en problemas de la comunidad
reclusorio para menores (la cat�lica a esto y al m'imero cre­ hispana. Estudi6 tambicfo en el
juvenil) de Los Angeles y se ciente de jovenes indocumen­ Colegio de Oficios "Trade
dedica al ministerio para con la tados procedentes de Mixico y Tech" de L o s Angeles.
juventud indocumentada y de la America Central? Moderador: Pete Barraza-Es
presidente de M.E.N.D., que es
un grupo interparroquial de ser­
R.P. ARNOLD GONZALEZ, C.M.F. vicio cristiano.
El Padre Gonzalez es clare­ LA JUVENTUD: IGLESIA "l.COMO PUEDES AMAR A
tiano y director arquidiocesano EN MARCHA (7W) l Que mos SI NO AMAS A TU
de Encoentros de Promoci6n espera la iglesia de la juventud? PROJIMO?" (8W) Este taller
Juvenil, que es un movimiento lQue espera la juventud de la sera presentado por el panel en
de renovacion. Ha sido parroco iglesia? lLa juventud esta lista cinco partes: I). Una pelfcula
de la Iglesia de la Placita y La para aceptar las obligaciones y corta y explicaci6n de lo que
Soledad en Los Angeles y de la resj)onsabilidades en Ia. iglesia? significa el Servicio Cristiano.
parroquia de San Juan en San Los ninos ban crecido; son. la 2) PORQUE HACER SER­
Marcos, Texas. Ha trabajado juventud de hoy ...dfferentes VICIO CRISTIANO - Usando
tambi�n aqu1 en la Mi.si6n de que sus antepasados pero miem­ ei' evangelio, se puede recalcar
San Gabriel. bros de nuestra sociedad e ig� nuestra responsabilidad para
Fue profesor en el seminario Jesia. La iglesia esta compuesta dar Servicio Cristiano en
claretiano y en la Esctiela de gente de todas las edades y la nuestras parroquias. 3) A
Superior de Louisville. Es juventud crece con la iglesia. De QUIEN AYUDAS - Se dar{n
graduatlo de la Universidad de lo contrario esta fuerza se e j e m p l o s a l traves de
Loyola-Marymount y de la Uni­ pudre. La falta de crecimiento transparencias, de los tipos de
versidad Cat6Iica de Am�rica. es senal de muerte. necesidades afrontadas en
nuestras parroquias locales. 4) ·
· COMO COMENZAR - Se
ORO PO DE SERVICIO CRISTIANO daran ideas de c6mo. comenzar
u n programa. 5) COMO
Pedro Claver, en Simi Valley. HACERLE - Se explorar,n las
Es miembra de la mesa direc­ realidades de trabajar con los
tiva. Sra. Mar1a Pineda-Ac­ necesitados. Los Trabajadores
tu'almente es miembra de la jun­ de) Servicio Cristiano crecen
ta de consejo de Servicio Cris­ e s p i r i t u a l m e n t e mientras
tiano. Ha sido Presidente del remueven barreras de pobreza,
grupo de San Vicente de Paul de enfermedad, ignorancia, y
la iglesia de la Pladta. Jose R. soledad y animando a otros a
Lopez- C a n d i d a t o para crecer hasta su potencia com­
diacono permanente y se dedica pleta.
Josi L6pez, Marfa Pineda, al cuidado espiritual de los
JOS� Castaneda, Cora Ochoa, enfermos. Es coordinador para R.P. JOAQUIN
un grupo de ancianos y de otro HEREU, SCH.P.
Lourdes Gonzilez Rubio para jovenes. Profesionalmente
es jardinero en la academia de Ia El Padre Hereu es Delegado
Jos� Guadalupe Castaneda­ Polic(a de Los Angeles. Ha sido Provincial de los Escolapios en
Es ministro de la Eucaristfa y fabricante de dukes, chofer de California. Tambiln es niaestro
visitante a los necesitados en el autobus y especialista en repara­ de novicios y juniores, as1 como
valle de San Fernando, de cifm de calzado. Sra. Cora coordinador de catequesis en la
M.E.N.D. Sra. Lourdes Gon­ Ochoa-Trabaja con la com­ parroquia de Santa Lucia. En
z!dez Rubio-Es Presidente de unidad de . Lincoln Heights, Cuba fue presidente de la Con­
A.C.T.S., un grupo de servicio como consejera social. Ayuda a f ederacion de Religiosos,
cristiano de la parroquia de San (Continua) Presidente de la Comisi6n
37

negativas y falsas imagenes de 10 a 15 afios. Estos 15 aiios son Estimado(a) Cateq�ista:


Dios. definitivos en la vida y en la
DESARROLLO PSICOLO­ vida de la fe. El tema del Congreso, "Cre­
GICO EN LA FE PARA EL LA EDUCACION EN LA ciendo en SabiduJ1fa, Edad y
NINO Y EL ADOLESCENTE FE POR LA EV ANGELIZA­ Favor," nos hace peasar en una
(6W) El Padre Marfn explicara CION Y LA CATEQUESIS taracterl'stica que Jes6s oompar­
la iniciaci6p y el proceso (8U) Esta sesi6n, igual que la ti6 con todos nosotros: el creci­
psicol6gico de la fe en el nino y primera, es principalmente para miento. JesGs aprendi6 acerca
en el adolescente al crecer estos los padres de familia, cate­ de la vida igual como nosotros
en edad, fe y Caridad. Analizara quistas, sacerdotes, religiosos ylo hicimos; experimentando.
lo que pasa en el desarrollo del religiosas que trabajan con Estudi6 con empe�o para co­
ni�o de0a5 aifos, de5 a I0yde nifi'os y con Jamilias. n ocer, , sus cakes jud!as.
Meditaba sobre las Escrituras y
escuchaba a los maestros de la
R. P. PEDRO VERA Ley para poder-comprender
El Padre Vera es parroco de la SION DE FE EN LA COMU­ mejor su religi6n. Se trataba de
parroquia de Nuestra Senora de NIDAD (2W) (3W) Con erifasis un proceso de crecimiento poco
Guadalupe en Oxnard, Califor­ en la Santa Misa como centro de a poco.
nia. Es autor de m�sica y dirige nuestra liturgia,
., , elmover
Padre Vera
e1 grupo musical de su parro­ nos ensena como a una Como catequistas · nosotros
quia. comunidad a experimentar y tambicfo entramos en aquel pro­
vivir la misa usando la m�sica ceso de crecimiento. Nuestra
LA LITURGIA: EXPRE- sagrada en una forma efectiva. formaci6n como catequistas, �l
igual que nuestra formaci6n
como cristianos creyentes es
cosa continua. Este Congreso
LITORGIAS DEL CONGRESO d.e Edueaci6n Religiosa de Los
EL VIERNES, 12 de febrero a las 5.15 p.m. , A n g e l e s que c e l e b r a m o s
anualmente h a sido ano tras aiio
La r�queza de la cultura hispana del hemisferio occidental s,r, una manera formidable de
celebJada en los salones Garden Grove III y rv por el Monsenor estimular el crecimiento · con­
Obispo Manuel Moreno, amenizado con m�sica a cargo del grupo tinuo de los catequistas. En las
juvenil. sesiones se trata una variedad de
temas y · se procura satisfacer
EL SABADO, 13 de febrero a las 5.15 p.m. muchas y diferentes necesidades
Nuestra herencia hispana ser! acentuada en la Eucaristfa para el catequista. Algunas de
celebrada en espanol por el Monseifor Obispo Juan Arzube en los las sesiones tienen como fin el ,
salones Garden Grove-Il l y JV, amenizado con mmica a cargo del desarrollo de habilidades practi­
coro de la parroquia de Nuestra Sra. Auxilio de los Cristianos. cas, otras ofrecen perspectivas
teol6gicas, mientras otras
SACRAMENTO DE RECONCILIACION tienden hacia el crecimiento
espiritual del individuo. Muchas
Habrrt amplia oportunidad tarde �ntre las 4.00 y 4.30. pueden ser aprovechadas para el
para recibir el sacramento de. Sfrvase acudir al vestfuulo resello · del certificado de cate­
Reconciliaci6n en espaifol los largo de la Arena y los ujieres le quista. Otras, aunque igual­
d(as viernes y sabado por la indicarln a d6nde dirigirse. mente ben�ficas y quiz5.s mas
importantes para usted per­
sonalmente', no pueden apli­
Este aifo habra una sesi6n adicional en espart'ol carse para dicho reseUo.
durante cada pedodo. N O HABRA TRADUCCIONES ,.
SIMULTANEAS EN LA ARENA PARA LAS Cualesquiera que sean las se­
SESIONES, A S A M BLEAS GENER ALES 0 siones y liturgias en las cuales
LITURGIAS. usted participe, que todas con­
tribuyan hacia su formacion en
el ministerio catequ�tico en el
CENTRAL DE RECADOS cual se encuentra usted, como
De ser necesario que SUS mafiana y 6 de la tarde Haman­ Jesds, "CRECIENDO EN
familiares o amistades se do al telHono (714) 635-8440 y SA BID U R I A , EDAD Y
pongan en contacto con Ud. en dejando recado. Tambiln Ud. FAVOR:"
cualquier momento durante el puede dejar recado en la Central
Congreso 1982, pueden hacerlo de Recados para personas con
durante las horas de 9 de la quienes desee Ud. communi­ R.P: David A. Sork
carse. Director Asociado
SATURDAY, February 13, 5:15 p.m. MUSIC � GRAND LO,BBY
The parish is the place where Christians are stimulated and
nourished to grow. Fr. Sylvester Ryan, Pastor of Our Lady of Lunchtime entertainment
Lourdes Church in Tujunga, will -bring his rich pastoral ex­ during CONGRESS '82 is as
perience to this celebration of the Eucharist in the Arena. Music follows: (There will be no enter­
will be led by Ray Repp and ANTIOCH. tainment during the dinner
_ Bishop Joseph Mader.a of the Diocese of Fresno, assisted by the hour)
Choir of Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Oxnard, will lead the THURSDAY: Cephas, Ameri­
- celebration of the Eucharistic liturgy in the Anaheim Room. can Martyrs Parish, Man­
A Eucharist enhanced by music in the classical tradition of hattan Beach. Directors:
Gregorian Chant will be celebrated by Fr. Arthur Holquin in San­ Gary & Debbie Roehl
ta Ana I & II. Fr. John Schiavone will direct the music. FRIDAY: PRAYRE, Our Lady
Our Hispanic·. heritage will come to the fore in the Euchari_st of Guadalupe Parish, East
celebrated in Spanish by Bishop Juan Arzube in Garden Grove III Los Angeles, Director: Angel
& IV. Music will be provided by the choir of Our Lady Help of Gurrola
Christians parish. SATURDAY: THE GAYLES -
Communication is essential to growth. For the deaf and the Redondo Beach
hearing�impaired, the tools of communication take on a new SUNDAY: JOY, INC., St.
urgency. Fr. George Horan will offer the Eucharist in sign Pius V Parish, Buena Park
language, symbolic gesture, mime and spoken word in CalifQfnia Director: Pat Donnelly
C. Music will be provided by the Music Ministry for the Deaf, Jed
by Fr. Ken Canedo.
Visual Media will add a new dimension to the liturgical celebra­ SACRAMENT OF
tion led by Fr. Joseph Battaglia in California B. Rick de Rose and
Fr. Joe Gillen will coordinate the media, and Revelation 22 will RECONCILIATION
provide the music. Arrangements have been
The riches of the Black Culture will be celebrated in a moving made for the Sacrament of
celebration of the Eucharist, led by Fr. Allan Roberts, with the Reconciliation on Friday and
choir from St. Eugene's Parish further enriching the celebration. Saturday from 4:00 to 4:30 p.m.
Ushers will be in the Concourse
SUNDAY, February 14, 8:00 a.m. of the Arena to provide
assistance.
Again· this year, Bishop William Johnson will be principal
Bishop William Johnson has
celebrant of the Sunday morning Eucharist in the Arena. Those
granted faculties to all priests
who must leave early in the day, and cannot stay for the closing
liturgy are especially invit«;d to this celebration. Music will be pro­ who requested them on the
registration form, and who are
vided by Choir '82; under the direction ofCraig Kingsbury.
invited to assist at this time.
Contact Fr. David Sork at the ·
SUNDAY, February 14, 5:15 p.m. Grand Lobby Entrance of the
The closing Eucharist of Congress '82 will bring to completion Concourse for directions.
the ·experience of the weekend. Cardinal Timothy Manning will
lead us in worship in the Arena, to give praise and thanks to the
Father for his gifts of growth. Music will be led by Choir '82, a ROSARY
specially selcted group of singers and instrum�ntalists under the You are invited to join in the
direction of Craig Kingsbury. daily recitation of the rosary in
the Orange County Room dur­
ing the lunch period. Thank you
to Monsignor Larry Donnelly
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BASSETT
St. Bernadette....•.... 666 St.' Louis of France.. 367
St. Bernard.......•.•.• 727 BELL GARDENS
Parish Code, �t. Brendan.....•.••... 771 St. Gertrude......••• 465
Area St. Bridget (Chinese)..
St. Brigid....••.....•.
747
690
BELLfl.OWER
St. Bernard... , ...... 463
Numbers St. Camillus de Lellis. 748' St. Dominic Savio...• 464
St. Casimir.......•.... 728 BEVERLY HILLS
St. Cecilia...•........ 667 Good Shepherd...•..•• 642
St. Colurnban (Filipino) 772
PARISHES IN THE ARCHDIOCESE St. Columbkille........ 683
BURBANK
OF LOS A NGE LES ARE LISTEV St. Finbar........... 287
St. Dominic............ 304 St. Francis Xavier... 289
BELOW, TOGETHER WITH I NVI VI - St. Eugene............. 213
VUAL PA� IS H COVE N_UMBE R. St. Robert Bellarmine 291
St, Francis Xavier CALABASAS
The, n t.u11b u o.ppUca.bf.e .ta Cabrini. ............. 214
110Wt. patJ.4Ii m'!l,6.t (Jbpe/.t/f. on, St. Francis of Assisi.. 730
Claretville.•.....••. 241
rroµ11. 11.ea,l4.t1a.Uon 6oJt.m, CAMARILLO
St. Francis Xavier
Chapel...........•.... 749 St. Mary Magdalen..•. 185
St. Gerard Majella....• 248 CANO�A PARK
LOS ANGELES PARISH St. Gregory Nazianzen.• 773 0. L. of the Valley.. 262
CITY PARISHES CODE St. Joseph the Worker 270
St, Ignatius of Loyola. 731'
St. Jerome.............. 215 CANYON COUNTRY
All Saints............. 321 250 St. Clare.......... , .• 205
Ascension.............. St. Joan of Arc...•....
781 691 CARPINTERIA
St. John Evangelist....
Assumption............. 741 St. Joseph..••..••••• 145
St. Joseph .•....•...... 750
Blessed Sacrament.... ;. 672 CARSON
St. Kevin.............. 774
Cathedral Chapel....... 641 St. Philomena.......• 625
St. Lawrence Brindisi.. 784
Cathedral St. Vibiana.. 742 755 CHATSWORTH
St. Lucy..........•....
Christ the King, ....... 761 St. John Eudes_..•...•
St. Malachy..•....•.'... 786 232
Cristo Rey............. 721 CLAREMONT
St. Marcellinus ;·; .•.... 708
Divine Saviour......... 722 O.L.of the Assumption
St. Martin of Tours ...• 645 382
Dolores Mission........ 743 COMPTON
St. Mary..... : .......... 709
Holy Cross ............. 681 O.L. of Victory•..... 441
St. Mary Magdalen...... 646
Holy Name of Je�us....-. 661 Sacred Heart..•..•.•. 442
St. Michael ........... . 208
Holy Spirit� ........... 643 St. Albert the Great. 443
St. Odilia............. 684
Holy Trinity. . ......... 723 COVINA
St. Patrick ............ 685
Irrnnaculate Conception.. 765 Sacred Heart. : ..•....
St. P·aul..,.....•....... 668 362
Immaculate Heart of St. Paul the Apostle... 647 St. Louise de
Mary................. 763 Marillac ........ , ..
St. Peter (Italian).... 751 387
Mother of Good Counsel. 766 CULVER CITY
Mother of Sorrows...... 782 St. Raphael. ........... 686
St. Sebastian•....•.... 253 St. Augustine.•...... 246
Nativity............... 682 DIAMOND BAR
Nativity of BVM........ 687 St. Stephen............ 669
St. Teresa of Avila...• 732 St. Denis.•.•........ 384
Newm,m Center........ .. 767 DOWNEY ,
Newman Center, UCLA.•.. 650 St. Thomas the Apostle. 670
St. Timothy............ 648 O.L.of Perpetual Help 461
O.L. of Bright Mount... 662
St. Victor............. 649 St. Raymond.......... 466
O.L. of Guadalupe, EDWARDS A.F.B.,
Hammel St�eet ........ 756 St. Vincent.......... .. 671
O.L. of Guadalupe, San Antonio de Padua.•. 753 Edwards.•......•....• 201
Rosehill.• .. ......... 323 San Conrado Mission..•• 729 EL MONTE
O.L. of Guadalupe, San Miguel............• 787 Nativity....•....•... 345
Sanctuary.•.......... 701 Santa Isabel •..•......• 710 O.L. of. Guadalupe.... 346
O.L. Help of Christians 724 Santa Teresita•...•.... 754 EL SEGUNDO
O.L. of Loretto........ 768 Transfiguration........ 672 St. Andrew(Byzantine) 217
O.L. of Lourdes •.••.••• 702 'Visitation....•.....•.. 216 St. Anthony.......... 218
O.L. of Mt. Lebanon.... 651 EL TORO MARINE BASE•... 501
O.L. Queen of Angels... 744 ENCINO
O.L. Queen of Martyrs .. 745 CITIES OUTSIDE PARISH O. L. of Grace...•..• 261
O.L. of Rosary, Talpa .. 703 LOS ANGELES CODE St. Cyril........••.. 267
O.L. of Solitude....... 704 FILLMORE
O.L. of Victory........ 705 ALHAMBRA St. Francis of Assisi 166
Our Saviour. .. ......... 663 All Souls......••.... 322 GARDENA
Precious Blood......... 769 St. Therese•.•••..... 326 Maria Regina...•..... 622
Presentation........•.. 688 St. Thomas More.•.... 328 ·st. Anthony of Padua. 219
Regis House (Sisters ALTADENA GLENDALE
of Social Service)... 244 Sacred Heart....•.... 305 Holy Family...•..•••• 281
Resurrection........... 706 St. Elizabeth. ..•.... 308 Incarnation.•...••••• 282
Sacred Heart .... , ...... 725 ARCADIA GLENDORA
St. Agatha ............. 664 Annunciation ..•....•• 341 St. Dorothy..•••.•••. 385
St. Agnes.............. 665 Holy Angels.•........ 343 GOLETA
St. Aloysius..........� 783 ARTESIA St. Raphael......... . 147
St·. Alphonsus.......... 707 Holy Family. . ..•. . ...• 421 GRANADA HILLS
St. Ambrose............ 644 AVALON (CATALINA) St. Euphrasia......•. 226
St. Anastasia.......... 2.L.l St. Catherine.....•.. 605 St. John Baptist...•. 229
St. Ann................ 726 AZUSA GUADALUPE
St. Anselm ............. 689 St. Frances of Rome.. 369 O.L. of Guadalupe..•. 122
St. Anthony (Croatian). 746 BALDWIN PARK HACIENDA HEIGHTS
St. Basil.............. 770 St. John the Baptist. 364 St. John Vianney....• 365
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CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOLS ORANGE V10CESE - PARISH COIIES Florida ••••••••••••.•••••009 FL


Georgia••••••••••.••••-.• ; 010 GA
Alverno. . ·. . . . . 939 Annunciation. .801 Hawaii.••••••••••••••••••011 HI
Bellarm.ine-Jefferson .928 Blessed Sacrament .802 Idaho ••..•••••••.••••••••012 ID
Bishop Alemany .901 Holy Family CATHEDRAL .803 Illinois.••••••••••••.••• 013 · L
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Bishop Amat. • . . . .902 Holy Family, Seal Beach .804 Indiana •••••, •.•••••••••• 014 J;N
Bishop Conaty. • • . .903 Holy Spirit .805 Iowa •••.••••••••.••••••••915 IA
Bishop Garcia Diego. .904 Inaacul.ate Heart of Mary. .806 Kansas ••.•••••••••.....•.016 KS
Bishop Montgomery.• •905 La Purisima • .807 Kentucky ••••.•••••.••••.•017 • KY
Bishop Mora Salesian .906 Old Mission San Juan. .808 Louisiana •..••••••••.•..• 018 LA
Cantwell • . • .907 O.L. of Patima. .809 Maine•••••••••••••.••••••019 ME
Cathedral. . . .908 O.L. of Guadalupe, Delhi. ;910 Maryland••••••.••.•••••••020 MD
Chaminade Prep (10-12) .940 O.L. of Guadalupe, La Habra .811 !lassachusetts••.•••••••••021 MA
Chaminade Prep (7-9) .941 O.L. of Guadalupe Miaaion .812 Michigan•.••••••.••••••••022 MI
Cornelia Connelly. .942 O.L. ot Mt. Cilrael. .813 Minnesota••••••••••••••••023 MN
Corvallis. •943 O.L. of the Pillar. .814 Mississippi.•••••••••••••024 MS
Crespi • • . • .944 O.L. Queen of Angela. .815 Mieeouri..•.•••••••••••••025 MO
Damien . • . • .909 St. Angela Merici ·• .816 Montana:•••••••••••••••.••021i HT
Daniel Murphy. .910 st. Anne, santa Ana .817 Nebraska •••••••••••••••••02 7 NE
Don Bosco Technical. .911 st. Anne, Seal Beach. .818 Nevada ••••••••••••••••••.028 NV
Flintridge . .• .945 St. Anthony Claret; .819 New Hampshire ••••••••.•.• 029 NH
Holy Family. • • .929 St. Barbara .820 New Jersey•.•••••••.•••••030 NJ
Immaculate Heart .976 St. Bonaventure .821 New Mexico ••••••••••••••'.031 NM
Junipero Serra .912 St. Boniface. .822 New York•••••••••••••••••032 NY
La Reina . •946 St. Calliatus .82� North Carolina•••••••••••033 NC
La Salle . .947 St. Cecilia .82� North Dakota ••••••••.••••034 ND
Louisville .948 St. Columban. .825 Ohio ••••••••.•••• ; •••••••035 OH
Loyola . • .949 St. Ciltherine of Siena. .826
Mary Star of the Sea Oklahoma ••••••••••.••••••036 OK
.930
Marymount. .950
st. Edward. .827 Oregon .••.•••••••• : ...•..03·7 OR
St. Elizabeth' Ann Seton .828 Pennsylvania .•.•••••••••.038 PA
Mater D�i. .9J3 St. Hedwig. .829 Rhode Island ••••••.••••••039 RI
Mayfield . .952 St. Irenaeus. .830 South Carolina••••••••••• 040 SC
Notre Dame Academy (girls) .954 St. Joachill • .831 South Dakota••.•.••••••••041 SD
Notre Dame (boys). .955 St. John the Baptist. .832 TN
Tennessee••••••••••••.••• 042
Our LadY. of Loretto. .914 St. John NalJllllnn. .833 Texas •••••••••••.•••.•••• 043 TX
Paraclete. • .915 St. John Viannay Chapel .831
Pater Noster . Utah •.••••••.••••••.•.••.044 UT
.916 St. Joseph, Placentia .835
Pius x . . .•• Vermont•••••••••••...•..•045 VT
.917 St. Joseph, 5anta Ana. .836
Pomona Catholic. .931 Virginia ••••••••...•••.••046 VA
St. Juliana Falconieri. .837 Washington., •••••..•.•••• 047 WA
Providence . • .956 St. Justin Martyr .838
Ramona Convent .957 West Virginia.•••,••••••••048 'WV
St. Kilian. .839 Wisconsin ••.•..•••••••.••049 WI
Regina Caeli .918 St. Martin.
Rosary .840 Wyoming..••.•••••••.••..•050 WY
.919 St. Mary. .841
Sacred Heart .932 St. Mary by the Sea .842
Sacred Heart of Mary .958 St. Nichol.as. .,843
St. Anthony. .9J4 St. Norbert .844
St. Bernard. .920 St. Philip Benizi ;945
St. .aonaventure. . . . 921 st. Pius v. .846
St. Cc1therine 1 s Military .977 St. POlycup. • • .847
St. Francis. • .959 St. Timothy • .852
St. Genevieve. • . .935 St. Vincent de Paul .848 OTHER VENOUlNATIONS: 051
St. John Bosco . . .960 SS. Simon and Jude. .849
St. Joseph (coed). .922 San Antonio Del Canon .850
COUNTRIES OUTSIVE U.S.A.: 052
St.Joseph (girls) .923 f
lantiago de Oompoatela. .851 ANV OTHER CATEGORY: 053
St. Lucy'S Priory. .961
St. Mary's Academy .962
St. Matthias .936
St. Michael. .924 OTHER CALIFORNIA VIOCESES
St. Monica . 937
St, Paul • • .925
San Gabriel Missior. .938 Fresno •••••••••••••••••••••••• 101
Santa Clara. . 926 Monterey•••••••••••••••••• , ••• 102
Servite. .. • . . . .963 Oakland ••••••••• ; ••••••••••••• 103
Verbum Oei ..•.. .927 SacrS11ento•••••••••••••••••••• 104
Villanova· Preparatory. .964 San Bernardino.••••••••••••••• 105


San Diego. • ••••• •• •••••••••••• 106
San Franchco.•••••••••••••• • • 107
Santa Rosa •.•••••••••••••••••• 108
Stockton. ••••••••••••••••••••• 109

UNIVERSITIES and COLLEGES


Don Bosco Tech •• . .. . .975
Loyola Marymount Univ.. .9;7f)
Loyola Marymount, Orange .971
Marymount College. . . •.972-
Mt.St. Mary's College .973 COOE FOR STATES
Mt. St.Mary's, Doheny .974
Thomas Aquinas College .978 Alabama .••.• ._ .•...••••._ •. 001 AL
Alaska •••••••••••••••••••002 AK
Arizona ••••••••••••••••••003 AZ
Arkansas•• ; •••••••••••••• 004 AR
SBMINARY PACULTlf IIB!mBRS. .979
Colorado ••••••••••••••••• 005 co
Connecticut •••••••••••••• 006 CT
Delaware•••••••••••••••••007 DE
Al I SEMINARIANS. . . . . .200 District of Columbia•••••008 DC
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ANAHEIM, CA. 92802 Phone (714) Single Double Suite Parlor Ea.Addl • Person
ANAHEIM HYATT HOUSE 772�5900 $45.00 $50.00 Available - $5.00
1700 S. Harbor Blvd.
APOLLO INN 772-9750 $38.00 $44.00 - - -
1741 S. West St.
ASTRO INN 772-2470 $38.00 $44;00 - - -
1200 S. West St.
CONESTOGA INN 879-44�0 $46.00 $56.00 $125.00 . $6.00
1240 S. Walnut
COSMIC AGE LODGE I 635-6550 $38.00· $44.00 - - -
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GALAXY MOTEL
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1A HOW TO BUILD PARISH COMMU· 2A• REMEMBERING ....SO THAT OUR 3A+ SET YOUR IMAGINATION FREE
NITY: BACKDOOR TO YOUTH CHILDREN CAN Michael Sandford
Rev. William J. Bausch T. William Bolts, S.M. 3B• + USING SLIDES - AN IDEASHOP
1B• JUSTICE IN THE GOSPEL 2B· GETTING IT ALL TOGETHER Sr. Gretchen Hailer,'R.S.H.M.
Sr. Margaret Betz, 0.L.V.M. (LESSON PLANNING) 3c• JOURNEY-A GUIDED SELF-
1C FLOWERING WITH AGE: A Rita Walsh Foley STUDY OF THE BIBLE
BLOOM WITH MANY PETALS 2c• + FAMILY SYSTEMS AND·. Carroll Stuhlmueller, C.P.
Sr. Francis Sullivan, D.C. RELIGIOUS EDUCATION: WORK· (Repeated 6A)
1D+ HIDDEN CHILD ABUSE: CONTINU· ING WITH THE FAMILY AS 30+ SHARE THE SUN�IGHT
ING CHALLENGE OF THE 1980's RELIGIOUS EDUCATOR Mary Lu Walker
Rosa Due-Thanh Rev. Samuel M. Natale, Ph.D. 3E* SPIRITUAL GRQWTH AS
1E• SHEPHERDS AND LOVERS: DIS· 20· YOU'LL KNOW WHO.WE ARE BY VALUES DEVELOPMENT
CERNING YOUR 'GIFTS AND SUR· THE SONGS THAT WE SING Rev. Dr. Brian P. Hall
VIVING IN THE LOCAL CON· Ray Repp 3F PARENTING ADOLESCENTS
GREGATION 2E• + TO TEACH IS TO GROW Thomas Seibt, M.A., M.F.C.C.
'Rev. Dr. Brian P. Hall Carol Ann Dee, Ed. D. 3H* SPIRITUAL FORMATION 0� THE
1F DIVORCES/ANNULMENTS/RE· 2F+· FIVE IN ONE IS ME GROWING PERSON
MARRIAGES: WORKING WITH Christine M. Canning, Lit loll Morton T. Kelsey
THESE FAMILIES AND THEIR 2H .. RECONCILIATION: PROCESS AND 3K+ COMMUNICATING WITH
NEEDS GROWTH CHILDREN ABOUT DEATH
Thomas Seibt, M.A., M.F.C.C. Sr. Sara Michael King, C.S.J. Hedda Bluestone Sharapan
1W SPIRITUAL DISCIPLINES, MEDI· 2K HELPING PEOPLE (YOURSELF 3M THE SPIRITUAL FORMATION OF
TATION AND RELIGIOUS EDUCA· AND OTHER,$) USE.THE NEW YOUTH
TION GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES OF John Farnsworth
Morton T. Kelsey THE RETIREMENT YEARS 3N .. GROWING IN FAITH: STAGES
1K• FAITH, IMAGINATION AND Howard Clinebell, Ph.D. + ON Tl-IE JOURNEY
CELEBRATION 2M THE MYTHS AND FACTS OF Rev. Thomas H. Groome, Ph.D.
I Michael t Moynahan, S.J. YOUTH MINISTRY
1M* DYNAMICS OF COMMUNICATING John Farnsworth
(Repeated 7E) "
'3R+ FAMILY MINISTRY IN THE 80's:
THE CHRISTIAN MESSAGE 2N• TEACHING TEENAGERS ABOUT THE CHRISTIAN FAMILY IN
Tom Zanzig THE ART OF RELATING CRISIS?
' 1N ADVERTISING AND THE FORMA· Michele McCarty Gloria Durka, Ph.D.
TION OF CONSCIENCE 2R THE SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENT (Repeat of 1R)
John Kavanaugh, S.J;, Ph.D. OF WOMEN: MINISTRY IN A- 3S* CENTERING PRAYER
1R+ F�MILY MINISTRY IN THE 80's: NEW KEY Richard Byrne, C.S.P., D. Min.
THE CHRISTIAN FAMILY IN Gloria Durka, Ph.D. 3T WHO ARE THE HANDICAPPED?
CRISIS? 2S AGING AND ME? Howard E. Stone
Gloria Ourka, Ph.D. Frank and Marge Donovan
(Repeated 3R) 3u• SALTANDO SOBRE LOS COL·
2T RELAXATION vs. STRESS AND LADOS: MARIA Y LA NUEVA
1s· SPIRITUALITY AND THE IN- BURNOUT ISRAEL
TEGRATION OF PEACE AND Joseph Moloney, 0.S.F. Anthony Sancho
JUSTICE INTO CATECHESIS 2U LA FAMILIA Y LA FE
Max Oliva, S.J. 3w• LA LITURGIA EXPRESION DE FE
R.P. Samuel Marin-Suarez EN LA COMUNIDAD·
(Repeated 5S)
2w· LA LITURGIA: EXPRESION DE FE R.P. Pedro Vera
1P GROWTH IN SACRAMENTAL EN LA' COMUNIDAD (Repe<\t of 2W)
CATECHESIS R.P. Pedro Vera
Irene 1:1. Murphy (Repeated 3W)
1u• AL ENCUENTRO DE LA
ALEGRIA: EL CATEOUISTA CRE·
CIENDO EN GRACIA Y FAVOR
Anthony Sancho
1W HACIA UNA IGLESIA ADULTA
R.P. Herbert Desouza, S.J.

RECERTIFICATION: *CATECHIST ••MASTER CATECHIST + PRESCHOOL


APPLICABLE. ARCHDIOCESE OF LOS,ANGELES, DIOCESES OF ORANGE & SAN BERNARDINO

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