THURSDAY, MARCH 17

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Ticket/Program Book Pick-up – (Convention Prefunction Area)
FRIDAY, MARCH 18
8:00 am On-site Registration & Ticket Pick-up open – (Prefunction Area)
8:30 - 9:30 am Opening Rite & Welcome – (Arena)
10:00 - 11:30 am Period 1 Workshops
10:15 - 11:15 am Archbishop José Gomez Online Chat – (Tech Center, Hall A)
11:30 am - 1:00 pm LUNCH
11:45 am - 12:30 pm Music: Peña / Augustin / Betancourt / Buscema – (Arena)
Music: Jaime Cortez & ValLimar Jansen – (Hall B)
1:00 - 2:30 pm Period 2 Workshops
3:00 - 4:30 pm Period 3 Workshops
5:15 pm EUCHARISTIC LITURGIES
Evening Prayer – (Convention 210)
7:45 pm “I am an Immigrant/Soy Inmigrante” – Hall B
8:00 - 9:30 pm Concert: “Festival of Cultures” – (Arena)
Film Showcase 2011 – (Convention 201)
9:30 pm Taizé – (Convention 210)
SATURDAY, MARCH 19
8:00 am On-site registration opens – (Prefunction Area)
Morning Praise – (Arena)
8:30 am Keynote: Jack Jezreel – (Arena)
10:00 - 11:30 am Period 4 Workshops
11:30 am - 1:00 pm LUNCH
11:45 am - 12:30 pm Music: Rubalcava / Manibusan / García-López – (Arena)
Music: Marty Haugen, Gary Daigle & Mary Janus – (Hall B)
1:00 - 2:30 pm Period 5 Workshops
3:00 - 4:30 pm Period 6 Workshops
5:15 pm EUCHARISTIC LITURGIES
Evening Prayer – (Convention 210)
8:00 - 9:30 pm Sacred Illuminations – (Convention 213)
8:00 - 9:30 pm Concert: Ceili Rain – (Arena)
9:00 - 12 midnight Young Adult Dance – (Marriott Marquis Ballroom)
9:30 - 11:30 pm Young Adult Social – (Marriott Elite Ballroom)
SUNDAY, MARCH 20
8:00 am On-site registration opens – (Prefunction Area)
8:00 - 9:30 am EUCHARISTIC LITURGY – (Arena)
8:30 am Address (English): Dr. Greer Gordon – (Convention Ballroom AB)
Address (Spanish): Dora Tobar Mensbrugghe – (Hall B)
10:00 - 11:30 am Period 7 Workshops
11:30 am - 1:00 pm LUNCH
11:45 am - 12:30 pm Music: John Angotti and Danielle Rose – (Arena)
Music: Rafael Moreno and Santiago Fernández – (Hall B)
1:00 - 2:30 pm Period 8 Workshops
3:30 pm CLOSING EUCHARISTIC LITURGY – (Arena)
REGISTRATION BOOTH HOURS:
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Sunday 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location Hall A Prefunction Area
EXHIBIT HALL HOURS:
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Location Convention Hall A
MULTICULTURAL EXHIBIT:
Friday & Saturday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday 9:00 am - 2:30 pm
Location 2nd Floor Prefunction Lobby
SACRED SPACE IN
CONVENTION 304 (3rd foor)
Friday 10:00 am - 3:30 pm
Saturday 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Sunday 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
  • The Labyrinth • Chapel • Art Works •
  • Live Music • Eucharistic Adoration •
  • Sacrament of Reconciliation
Friday & Saturday:
11:30 am - 1 pm & 2:30 - 3:30 pm
SCHEDULE 2011 Los Angeles Religious Education Congress
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CONTENTS
2011 LOS ANGELES
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CONGRESS
MARCH 18-20, 2011
ARCHDIOCESE OF LOS ANGELES
OFFICE OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION (ORE)
3424 WILSHIRE BOULEVARD
LOS ANGELES, CA 90010
PHONE: (213) 637-7346
WEB: www.RECongress.org
EMAIL: congress@la-archdiocese.org
SECCIÓN EN ESPAÑOL
Horario del Congreso ................................ 30
Información ............................................... 32
Mensaje del Cardenal Mahony y
Arzobispo Gomez .................................. 28
Mensaje de la Directora ............................ 29
Programas de la oficina ............................. 67-69
TALLERES DEL CONGRESO
Viernes, Sesiones 1-3 ................................ 33
Sábado, Sesiones 4-6 ................................ 34
Domingo, Sesiones 7-8 ............................. 35
WORSHIP AIDS – ARENA:
Friday
Opening Rite & Welcome begins .............. 37
Black Culture Liturgy begins .................... 40
Saturday
Morning Praise begins .............................. 46
Young Adult Liturgy begins ...................... 49
Sunday
Closing Liturgy begins .............................. 56
Congress Theme Song .............................. 65
WORKSHOP ROOM LOCATIONS
Period 1 – Friday, March 18 ........................ 13
Period 2 – Friday ........................................... 14
Period 3 – Friday ........................................... 15
Period 4 – Saturday, March 19 ..................... 20
Period 5 – Saturday ....................................... 21
Period 6 – Saturday ....................................... 22
Period 7 – Sunday, March 20 ....................... 25
Period 8 – Sunday ......................................... 26
Recorded workshops are indicated by
SPECIAL EVENTS
Archbishop Gomez Online Chat ................. Friday
Filmmakers’ Showcase ................................ Friday
Young Adult Dance & Social ................... Saturday
Sacred Illuminations ................................ Saturday
GENERAL INFORMATION
Acknowledgments ......................................... 71-74
Attendee General Information ...................... 8
Audio Recording Form ................................. 27
Committees ................................................... 70
Congress Highlights ..................................... 7
Endowment Fund Contributors ..................... 72-74
Exhibitors
• Categories ............................................... 95, 97
• Featured Exhibitors ................................ 82-102
• Index (alphabetical) ................................ 99-104
Daily Schedules
• Friday, March 18 .................................... 9-11
• Saturday, March 19 ................................ 16-18
• Sunday, March 20 .................................. 23-24
Maps
• Clarion Hotel Map .................................. 76
• Convention Center Map ...................Back Cover
• Exhibit Hall A Map ................Inside Back Cover
• Hilton Hotel Map ................................... 77
• Marriott Hotel Map ................................. 78
• Restaurants Map & Listing ..................... 80-81
• Sheraton Park Hotel Map ....................... 79
O.R.E. Programs ........................................... 67-69
O.R.E. Staff .................................................. 66
O.R.E. Staff Booth Schedule ........................ 67
Speaker Index ................................................ 6
Tech Center Schedule.................................... 12
Weekend Schedule ..................... Inside Front Cover
Welcome
Message from Bishop Brown .................... 4
Message from Archbishop Gomez ............ 3
Message from the Director ........................ 5
SAVE THE DATE!
Congress 2012 Dates
March 22, 2012 (Youth Day)
March 23-25, 2012 (adult days)
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Cardinal Roger Mahony
In gratitude for your
leadership and support
of Congress for 25 years.
May the path before you be
blessed in abundance.
Archbishop Jose Gomez
Welcome to the grace
of New Beginnings and
to a future filled with
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I are delighted to welcome you to our annual Religious Education Congress. This won-
derful annual gathering affords us the opportunity to renew our discipleship with Jesus
Christ, our membership in the Body of Christ, His Church, and our commitment to the
ministry of evangelization and catechesis.
This year’s theme, Hold Firm...Trust!, is inspired by the Scriptures for the Second
Sunday of our Lenten journey. We are drawn into the extraordinary love of God who
accompanies us on our faith journeys, steadies us in times of challenge, and leads us
to the fullness of the Paschal Mystery. Trusting in God’s presence and power, we walk
with confidence through seasons of dark and of light.
The Keynote and addresses, the many workshops, and the varied Liturgical Celebra-
tions offered throughout the weekend are a rich source of renewal for us all. We are
gratified and encouraged that so many of you take advantage of the extraordinary
opportunities to deepen your lives in Jesus Christ, to reaffirm your love for the Church,
and to commit yourselves to proclaiming the Good News of Jesus for the whole world.
Your leadership and faithful participation are key to the ongoing growth and well-being
of our parish communities.
Please be assured of my gratitude and encouragement as you continue to be involved in
this essential ministry of catechesis in our Church.
Asking God’s blessings upon you, your families and parish communities, and with
every best wish, I am
Sincerely yours in Christ,
His Excellency
Most Reverend José H. Gomez
Archbishop of Los Angeles
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WELCOME
March 2011
It is a great joy for me to welcome you once again to our uplifting and inspiring Religious
Education Congress. This outstanding weekend offers many opportunities for re-energizing
our lives and enriching our ministries.
The Congress theme – “Hold Firm…Trust!” – echoes the words of the prophet Jeremiah who
likens the one who trusts, to a tree by the waterside that has no fear even in a year of drought.
Nourished at its roots by the rich soil, it grows and flourishes in all seasons. Heartened by this
promise we move forward, buoyed up with energy for the journey.
As you will recall, a Religious Education Endowment Fund has been established in the
Archdiocese of Los Angeles for the ongoing education and formation of Directors of Religious
Education, Adult Educators, Young Adults and Youth Ministers. The fund is currently enabling
20 students to pursue a master’s degree in Religious Education. Your gift offering at the 2010
Congress Saturday night liturgies together with online contributions added $44,702 to this
fund. We thank for your on-going generosity.
Our spirits are sure to be lifted with the inspiring liturgical celebrations, entertainment and
multicultural expressions provided. In the midst of the many activities there is also opportunity
to “step back” and rest in the silence of Sacred Space, walk the labyrinth or participate in the
Sacrament of Reconciliation.
Thank you for your exceptional leadership and your unwavering commitment to keep on shar-
ing the Good News of our rich heritage.
I look forward to welcoming you at this spirit-filled gathering.
Sincerely,
Sister Edith Prendergast, RSC
Archdiocesan Director
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Adams, Dr. Shauna .......... 2-01*, 7-01*
Allen Jr., John ................... 5-01*, 7-02*
Alonso, Tony ..................... 5-02, 7-03
Amodei, Michael ............... 3-01*, 6-01*
Anderle, Donna................. 2-02*, 4-01*
Angotti, John..................... 3-02*
Arroyo, Maria .................... 2-51*, 7-51*
Ash, Laura ........................ 3-04*, 5-04*
Au, Dr. Wilkie .................... 8-01*
Awiapo, Thomas ............... 7-04*
Barron, Fr. Robert ............. 1-01*, 4-02*
Beaudoin, Dr. Tom ............ 3-03, 5-03*
Beckman, Betsey.............. 3-04*, 5-04*
Bellante, Rev. Rubén ........ 6-51*, 8-51*
Benavides, Luis ................ 5-51*, 7-52*
Bolduc, Ed ........................ 2-03*
Boyle, Rev. Gregory ......... 2-04*
Breen, Dr. Elizabeth.......... 6-24*
Bryant, Sr. Kathy............... 2-05*
Burke-Sullivan, Dr. Eileen . 2-06*, 6-02*
Burland, John ................... 1-02*, 4-03*
Burns Senseman, Rita...... 3-05*, 6-03*
Campuzano, Fr. Guillermo 6-52*, 8-52*
Carotta, Dr. Michael .......... 7-05*, 8-02*
Castañeda, Dr. Augusto.... 1-51*
Chairez, Rita ..................... 3-51*
Cheri, Richard................... 1-04
Chinn, Andrew .................. 3-06*, 7-06*
Cieslak, Fr. William ........... 6-05*, 8-03*
Coleman, Fr. Gerald ......... 1-03, 4-04
Cortez, Jaime ................... 4-06
Coster, Pam ...................... 6-06*, 8-04*
Coutinho, Fr. Paul ............. 3-07*, 7-07*
Covarrubias, Maria ........... 3-52*
Crosby, Rev. Michael ........ 1-05*, 6-04*
Cupich, Bishop Blase ....... 2-07*
Cusick, Rev. John ............. 3-08*, 7-08*
Dahm, Fr. Charles ............ 3-54*, 5-53*
D’Arcy, Paula .................... 1-06, 4-05
Davidson, Dr. James ........ 6-07*, 8-05*
Delaney, Fr. Martin ........... 7-09*
Dempsey, Sr. Carol ........... 2-08*, 5-05*
Donlon, Enda .................... 8-24*
Early Childhood Board ..... 5-06*
East, Msgr. Ray ................ 2-09*
Eipers, Carole ................... 4-17
Ellair, Steven..................... 2-10*, 6-08*
Ferder, Sr. Fran ................ 1-07*
Fernández, Santiago ........ 5-07, 3-53
Fiand, Sr. Barbara ............ 1-09*, 6-09*
Flecha, José-Román ........ 6-53*, 8-53*
Foley, Rev. Edward ........... 3-09, 4-07
Ford, Dr. Paul ................... 7-10*
Fragomeni, Fr. Richard ..... 1-08*, 3-10*
Frawley-Mangan, Anne..... 3-11*, 8-06*
Gaillardetz, Dr. Richard .... 1-10*, 4-08*
Galipeau, Dr. Jerry............ 1-11*, 5-08*
García-López, Estela ........ 5-52*, 7-53*
García-Mina Freire, Ana ... 2-52*, 4-51*
Gentry-Akin, David ........... 2-11*, 8-07*
Ginel Vielva, Rev. Alvaro .. 6-54*, 8-54*
Gittins, Fr. Anthony ........... 3-12*, 7-11*
Good Ground, .................. 1-04
Goodwin, Dr. Carole ......... 4-09*
Gordon, Dr. Greer ............. 5-09*, Key*
Groody, Fr. Daniel ............. 2-12*, 5-54*
Groome, Dr. Thomas ........ 3-13*, 4-10*
Groves, Richard................ 2-13*, 4-11*
Haas, David ...................... 2-14, 6-10
Hagan, Fr. Tom ................. 2-15*
Hanvey, Rev. Dr. James ... 5-10*, 7-12*
Hart, Sarah ....................... 6-26*
Haugen, Marty .................. 8-08*
Heagle, Fr. John ............... 7-13*
Heft, Rev. James .............. 4-12*
Hernandez, Sr. Glenda ..... 3-55*, 5-55*
Hershey, Rev. Terry .......... 1-12*, 4-13*
Horan, Michael ................. 6-11*
Huebsch, Bill..................... 1-13*, 4-14*
Hunt, Jeanne .................... 6-16*, 8-10*
Jamison, Fr. Christopher .. 2-16, 6-12
Jansen, ValLimar .............. 4-15*, 6-26*
Jezreel, Jack..................... 3-14, Key*,
.............................. 5-11
Jones, Richard.................. 6-13*, 1-52*
Kempf, Fr. Joe .................. 1-14*, 5-12*
Kendzia, Tom .................... 4-15*, 8-09*
Kennedy, Rev. Michael ..... 6-14*, 8-56*
Khamisa, Azim .................. 3-15*, 5-13*
Knobbe, Beth .................... 3-16*, 4-16*
Kolar, Peter ....................... 6-55
Lacey, Sr. Marilyn ............. 4-18*
Langenbrunner, Fr. Norman 6-16*, 8-10*
Lawton, Liam .................... 5-02, 7-03
Lee, Rev. Michael ............. 2-53*
Leonard, Fr. Richard ......... 6-17, 8-11
Levo, Sr. Lynn ................... 1-15*
López, Rodolfo ................. 5-52*, 7-53*
Mahan, Rev. Daniel .......... 3-17*, 4-19*
Mahon, Maeve .................. 7-09*
Manalo, Rev. Ricky ........... 4-20, 6-18
Mangan, Michael .............. 4-21*, 7-14*
Manibusan, Jesse............. 2-17*
Martin, Sr. Oralisa ............. 3-18, 5-14
Martin, Rev. James ........... 6-15*, 8-12*
Massingale, Rev. Bryan .... 2-18*, 6-19*
Matovina, Dr. Timothy ....... 6-20*, 4-52*
Mayersohn, Rabbi Michael . 5-15*, 8-13*
McCarty, Robert ................ 1-16*, 6-21*
McCormack, Dr. Patricia ... 5-16*, 8-14*
McGill, James ................... 6-23*, 8-15*
McGrath, Bro. Michael ...... 2-19*, 7-15*
McKenna, Dr. Megan ........ 2-20*, 5-19*
McMahon, Bp. Malcolm .... 3-19*
Meléndez-Colón, Juan...... 5-17*, 8-57*
Miles, Ted ......................... 7-04*
Molina, Amalia .................. 3-51*
Montenegro, Juan Carlos . 7-54*
Moreno, Rafael ................. 2-54
Mulhall, Daniel .................. 8-16*
Mullen, Fr. J. Patrick ......... 3-20*, 6-22*
Murray, Rev. J-Glenn ........ 1-17*, 2-21*
Ngo, Fr. Peter ................... 3-70*
Nguyen, Paul .................... 4-70*
Nguyen, Rev. Hy ............... 2-70*, 6-70*
Nicholas, Rev. William ...... 5-18*, 7-16*
Noguez, Armando ............. 1-53*, 4-54*
Oliva Muralles, Lucrecia ... 2-51*, 7-51*
Ospino, Dr. Hosffman ....... 1-54*, 7-55*
Paige, Eric ........................ 2-22*, 8-17*
Paradise, Jo Ann .............. 1-18*, 8-18*
Pedraza, Dr. Fanny........... 3-56*, 8-55*
Phong, Bro. Fortunat ........ 5-70*, 8-70*
Ponnet, Fr. Chris............... 6-24*
Quevedo, Archbp. Orlando . 3-21*, 5-20*
Quinlan, Tom .................... 6-25*, 8-19*
Rappé, Wendy .................. 3-26*, 5-25*
Reynolds, Dr. Sean........... 2-23*, 8-20*
Ricard, Rev. R. Tony ......... 3-22*, 7-17*
Rivera, Jorge .................... 2-55*, 5-56*
Rodríguez, Rev. Domingo 1-55*, 4-55*
Rohr, Fr. Richard .............. 2-24*, 6-27*
Rolheiser, Rev. Ronald ..... 1-19*, 4-22*
Rotunno, Jo ...................... 8-16*
Rubalcava, Pedro ............. 2-56
Rupp, Sr. Joyce ................ 4-23*, 7-18*
Saso, Patt ......................... 3-23*, 5-21*
Saso, Steve ...................... 3-23*, 5-21*
Sawyer, Sr. Kieran ............ 7-19*, 8-21*
Scally, Anna ...................... 5-22*
Schmisek, Dr. Brian .......... 2-25*, 8-22*
Sedano, Maruja ................ 1-56*, 7-56*
Senior, Rev. Donald .......... 1-20*, 4-24*
Shaw, Dr. Jennifer ............ 7-20*
Shepp, Vikki ...................... 4-25*
Skinner, Christine Way ..... 2-26*, 7-21*
Skinner, Michael Way ....... 2-26*, 7-21*
Smith-Christopher, Daniel 1-21*, 8-23*
Sparks, Fr. Dick ................ 3-24, 5-23
Sparough, Rev. J. Michael . 1-22*
Spitzer, Fr. Robert............. 1-23*
Stauring, Javier Ellis ......... 6-14*, 8-56*
Stenzel, Pam .................... 1-24*, 5-24*
Sutton, Barbara ................ 3-25*
Sweeney, Rev. Michael .... 4-26*, 7-22*
Sweetser, Thomas ............ 3-26*, 5-25*
Sylvester, Nancy ............... 4-28*, 7-23*
Theisen, Michael .............. 3-27*, 5-26*
Tobar Mensbrugghe, Dora . 5-57*, Key*
Travers, Ailis ..................... 8-24*
Valenzuela, Victor ............. 1-25, 4-53
Van Ban, Bishop Vincent .. 1-70*, 7-70*
Vega, Rev. Richard ........... 4-56*
Vital Cruz, Lupita .............. 6-56*, 7-57*
Vlaun, Msgr. James .......... 1-26, 4-27
Wagner, Nick .................... 2-27*, 7-24*
Walker, Christopher .......... 1-27*, 5-27*
Walton, Greg ....................
Wells, David ...................... 1-28*, 8-25*
Wenc, Char ....................... 2-28*, 6-28*
Whitaker, Janèt Sullivan ... 6-26*
Witter, Jacquelyne ............ 5-28*, 7-25*
Yzaguirre, Dr. John ........... 7-26*
Zanotto, Luigi .................... 6-57*, 7-58*
Zanzig, Tom ...................... 3-28*
Zaragoza, Bro. Rufino ...... 2-17*, 4-70*
Zavala, Bishop Gabino ..... 4-57*
Asterisks (*) and the head-
phone symbol ( ) indicate
recorded workshops. “Key”
indicates a Saturday Keynote
or Sunday Address.
Workshops are designated by
two numbers separated by a
dash. The first number indicates
the period; the number after the
dash is the workshop number.
Workshop numbers -01 to -30
are in English; -50 to -58 are
in Spanish; and -70 is in Viet-
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< KEYNOTE: JACK JEZREEL
Saturday, 8:30 am – Convention Arena
“Gathered and Sent: Saints, Prophets
and Martyrs on a Mission”
The Gospels, the legacy of holy witnesses,
and Vatican II speak of a Church that gath-
ers and sends. The future of American Ca-
tholicism holds some exciting and promising
prospects if we are willing to renew the
possibilities of parish purpose and structure.
< “FESTIVAL OF CULTURES”
Friday, 8-9:30 pm – Convention Arena
We’re having a worldwide party – and
you’re invited! Join us Friday night as the
Arena explodes in dance and song. Talented
artists will share the unique heritage of their
communities as they celebrate life through
music. Come experience the color, sounds,
movement, and energy of this not-to-be-
missed event, and join in the celebration
yourself!
< AID FROM YOUR OLD CELL
Friday through Sunday – various
Again this year we are partnering with Get
Green To Get Green, an organization that
recycles cell phones. The proceeds gener-
ated from this partnership will be donated
to the Pakistan and Haiti relief efforts
through Catholic Relief Services (CRS).
ARCHBISHOP GOMEZ CHAT >
Friday, 10:15-11 am – Tech Center
In the tradition of Cardinal Roger Mahony’s
online chat sessions, join us Friday morning
at the Tech Center as Los Angeles Archbish-
op José Gomez conducts a live online chat
session with students from St. Thomas the
Apostle School in Los Angeles. This event
will mark the Archbishop’s first online chat.
< WIN AN iPAD
Friday through Sunday – Hall A
Drop by the Office of Religious Education’s
booth for information on how to win your
own iPad. The ORE booth is located near
the center of the Exhibit Hall. And see the
new Broadcast Booth area. Get in on the
action as we interview presenters, artists,
exhibitors and more, all from the floor of
Exhibit Hall A!
SACRED ILLUMINATIONS >
Saturday, 8-9 pm – Convention 213
Sacred Illuminations, a mystical choreogra-
phy of light and sound, returns to Congress
2011. Incorporating her newest liturgical
and fine art photography and reflections,
Sr. Rose Marie Tulacz, SND will bring us
deeper in surrender to the care, to the heart,
of God. Come reflect and pray.
RECongress.org/LIVE >
Friday through Sunday – Hall A
Adjacent to the Office of Religious Educa-
tion booth will be our Broadcast Booth. Get
in on the action as we interview presenters,
artists, exhibitors and more, all from the
floor of Exhibit Hall A! LIVE coverage
begins on Friday morning and continues
throughout the entire weekend. Check out
www.RECongress.org/LIVE for the sched-
ule of events.
FILM SHOWCASE 2011 >
Friday, 8-10 pm – Convention 201
This year’s Film Showcase, in partner-
ship with Loyola Marymount University,
presents excerpts from a number of narra-
tive feature films, shorts, documentaries,
experimental and animated films, whose
thematic elements are grounded in Catholic
social teaching, justice, ministry, spirituality
and theology. Filmmakers will be present to
meet with audience members.
CONGRESS SOUVENIRS >
Friday through Sunday – Arena Lobby
Don’t leave Congress without getting your
souvenir items. Find pins, note pads, pens,
buttons and more at the Information/Sou-
venir booth in the center of Hall A.
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AUDIO RECORDING
Many of the workshop sessions will be recorded with
speaker permission (indicated by [*] and ). Audio
CDs are available for purchase at the CSC Digital
Media booth, located at the east wall in Exhibit Hall A.
Delegate recording in any medium of any workshop
or general assembly is NOT permitted.
BOOK SIGNING
Authors and musical artists will be available to sign
books and CDs in the Book Signing Area (southeast
area of Exhibit Hall A, near the Recording Booth).
Check the schedule at the Book Signing Area for
updated times.
CELL PHONES / PAGERS
Out of respect for speakers and other participants,
please turn off or silence cell phones and pagers during
general sessions, liturgies and workshops.
EMERGENCIES
In case of emergency, contact Convention Center per-
sonnel or the nearest Congress official wearing a red,
white, blue striped ribbon; they are in radio contact
and can summon help quickly. For life-threatening
situations, please call 9-1-1.
EXHIBIT HOURS
Exhibits are located in Hall A. See pages 99-104 for a
listing of exhibitors. Exhibits will be open:
Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
FIRST AID
A First Aid Station for routine health matters is located
in the Prefunction area (see back cover map).
HOSPITALITY ROOM INFORMATION
Check the Message Board in the Prefunction area to
give or obtain information about parish hospitality.
FOOD/CONCESSIONS
The Convention Center offers daily options of food
choices in Hall A.
Continental breakfast: 8:00 am - 9:30 am
Lunch: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Cart concessions: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
LOST AND FOUND
Lost & Found is located outside of Congress Head-
quarters, located in Convention AR 1.
MESSAGE CENTER
The Message Center, located in the Prefunction area,
can receive incoming messages. Call (714) 765-8883
or (714) 765-8884 to leave a message, or you can leave
a note on the Message Board.
Friday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sunday: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
PARKING
Day parking is available in the Convention Center
parking structures at the rate of $12 per day with no
in-and-out privileges.
RESTAURANT RESERVATIONS
In addition to our listing on pages 80-81, the Res-
taurant Booth, located in the Prefunction area, has
restaurant menus and can help make reservations:
Friday & Saturday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sunday: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
SMOKING
Smoking is not allowed at the Convention Center,
other than the designated outdoor courtyards.
NAME TAGS/TICKETS
Congress Name Tags are required to be worn at all
times during scheduled events. Tickets are necessary
for admittance into workshops and general sessions.
TICKET EXCHANGE
You may exchange tickets for any open workshops
during the same period beginning at noon on the Fri-
day of Congress at the Registration Booth’s Exchange
window, located in the Prefunction area. Note: Any
ticket can be used for sessions of the same time in the
Arena or Hall B.
SAVING SEATS
It is permissible to save seats up to 10 minutes before
a scheduled function begins. After that time, we ask
that, in Christian love, you release these seats for
others. If any Congress volunteer requests that you
release seats that you are saving, please comply with
the direction given.
WORKSHOPS
All workshops are ticketed and no one will be ad-
mitted to any session without the proper ticket. Any
valid ticket will serve as admission to Arena or Hall
B workshops, but these sessions are not open to those
without tickets.
Our speakers are generously sharing their time and
talents with us. As a special courtesy to them, we ask
that you please arrive at the workshop location prior
to the scheduled start time. We remind you to please
silence or turn off pagers and cell phones.
All sessions will begin on time, and many speakers
have asked that no one be admitted after the session
has begun. Also, we ask you to avoid, as much as
possible, leaving workshops during a presentation.
Most of the workshops will have a natural break time
when it would be less disruptive to the speaker and to
the other participants.
GENERAL INFORMATION
WORKSHOP INFORMATION
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LITURGIES & PRAYER SERVICES
Eucharistic Liturgies All liturgies begin at 5:15 pm
Congress offers several Eucharistic Liturgies of different character from which to choose. We invite you to experience
a liturgy from among the many cultures.
Character Location Presider Music
F1 General Convention Ballroom (3rd floor) Msgr. Ray East Meredith Augustin
F2 Black Culture Convention Arena Rev. J-Glenn Murray Richard Cheri & Good Ground
F3 Contemplative Hilton Pacific Ballroom Rev. James Martin Tony Alonso / Marty Haugen
F4 From the Islands of... Marriott Marquis Rev. Niko Leota Joe Camacho / Jesse Manibusan
Hawaii, Samoa, Tonga, Guam
F5 Spanish Convention Hall B Rev. Richard Vega Peter Kolar / Rafael Moreno
F6 Vietnamese Marriott Grand Ballroom Bishop Vincent Van Ban Vietnamese Community
Liturgy of the Hours & Prayer Service
Vespers (Latin for “evening”) is our evening prayer service. Our day ends with the simple chant songs of Taizé.
P1 Evening Prayer 5:15 pm Convention 210 (2nd floor) Cambria Smith Estale García-López / Rudy López
P2 Taizé 9:30 pm Convention 210 (2nd floor) — David Anderson
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FRIDAY LUNCHTIME ENTERTAINMENT
Arena – 11:45 am - 12:30 pm
DONNA PEÑA, MEREDITH AUGUSTIN, ANNA BETANCOURT &
HELENA BUSCEMA
“Music Fills the Soul”
Hungry for lunch…Hungry for love…
Hungry for Jesus…Come get your fill. Join
these four gifted women as they enrich your
lunch hour with a musical experience that
will fill your heart with hope and gratitude.
Hall B – 11:45 am - 12:30 pm
JAIME CORTEZ & VALLIMAR JANSEN
“The Family That Plays Together Prays Together”
Come enjoy a refreshing, upbeat, musical lunch break.
Jaime Cortez, ValLimar Jansen and their families provide
a fun concert of music, from the secular to the sacred and sublime. Come play!
Come pray!
FRIDAY EVENING CONCERT
Arena – 8:00
“Festival of Cultures: A Celebration of Sights,
Song, Music & Dance”
Be drawn into the sound and rhythms of the peoples whose
roots are in countries throughout the world. Come celebrate
the riches of this extraordinary and spirit-filled event.
FILM SHOWCASE 2011
Convention 201 – 8:00 - 9:30 pm
The Film Showcase, in partnership with Loyola Marymount Uni-
versity, presents excerpts from a number of narrative feature films,
shorts, documentaries, experimental and animated films
OPENING RITE & WELCOME
Arena – Friday, 8:30 am
HOLD FIRM...TRUST!
Trusting in God’s outrageous love and faithful presence, we gather. Join us in a
spirit-filled celebration and lift hearts and voices in a chorus of praise and worship.
Our inspiring ritual will be graced by the presence and participation of:
Cardinal Roger Mahony
Archbishop José Gomez
Edith Prendergast, RSC
Paulette Smith
Jan Pedroza
John Flaherty
Tony Alonso
John Angotti
Ed Archer
Meredith Augustin
Matt Bazar
Betsey Beckman
Anna Betancourt
Ed Bolduc
Jennifer Broyard-Bonam
Helena Buscema
Joe Camacho
Karla Carrillo
Richard Cheri
Jaime Cortez
Harrison Crenshaw
Elohim D’Leon
Gary Daigle
Chris de Silva
Santiago Fernández
Clare Flaherty
Estela García-López
Laura Gomez
David Haas
Bob Halligan
Sarah Hart
Marty Haugen
Eddie Hilley
Frank Jansen
ValLimar Jansen
Mary Janus
Timothy Jones
Tom Kendzia
Mel Kennedy
Peter Kolar
Gaile Krause
Liam Lawton
Michael Paul Leon
Monica Leon
Rudy López
Kenneth Louis
Diana Macalintal
Ricky Manalo
Ginny McKinley-Temple
Monica Miller Luther
Rafael Moreno
Paul Nguyen
Donna Peña
Cliff Petty
Jorge Rivera
Jalonda Roberts
Danielle Rose
Pedro Rubalcava
Nicole Smith
Brenda Smith
Valyermo Dancers
Chris Walker
John West
Janét Sullivan Whitaker
Rufino Zaragoza
... and many others
FRIDAY SCHEDULE
8:00 am
On-site registration begins
(Prefunction area)
8:30 - 9:30 am
Opening Rite & Welcome
(Arena)
10:00 - 11:30 am
Period 1 Workshops
10:15 - 11:15 am
Archbishop Gomez Online Chat
(Tech Center - Hall A)
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
LUNCH
11:45 am - 12:30 pm
Music (Arena)
– Donna Peña, Meredith Augustin,
Anna Betancourt, Helena Buscema
Music (Hall B)
– Jaime Cortez & ValLimar Jansen
1:00 - 2:30 pm
Period 2 Workshops
3:00 - 4:30 pm
Period 3 Workshops
5:15 pm
Eucharistic Liturgies
& Evening Prayer
8:00 pm
Concert (Arena)
– “Festival of Cultures”
Film Showcase 2011
(Convention 201)
9:30 pm
Taizé
(Convention 210)
Registration Hours
8:00 am - 3:00 pm
(Prefunction area)
Exhibit Hours
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
(Hall A)
Sacred Space
10:00 am - 3:30 pm
(Convention 304)
RECONCILIATION HOURS
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
2:30 - 3:30 pm
Multicultural Exhibit
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
(Convention 2nd floor)
Cell Phone Recycling
(various locations, see map)
Massage
(Prefunction Lobby Hall A)
FRIDAY EVENTS
Peña Agustin Betancourt Buscema
Cortez Jansen
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ARCHBISHOP CHAT @ TECH CENTER
Tech Center – Hall A, 10:15 - 11:15 am
Drop by and watch Archbishop José Go-
mez as he conducts his first online chat with
students from St. Thomas the Apostle School
in Los Angeles. Then check online later for a
transcript of the chat on our web site – www.RECongress.
org/chat.
ART EXHIBIT
Grand Arena Lobby
Congress 2011 features The Saint John’s Bible
– the first handwritten and illuminated Bible
commissioned in 500 years. A team of 14 cal-
ligraphers and artists have completed six of
seven volumes that make up The Saint John’s Bible. The last
volume, Letters and Revelation will be completed in 2012.
SACRED SPACE
Convention Center 304 – 10 am - 3:30 pm
Enter a place dedi cated to facilitating a sense
of spiritual rejuvenation – partake in the Laby-
rinth, spend some time in Eucharistic Adora-
tion, or make use of the times for the Sacra-
ment of Reconciliation. (We are grateful to the priests who
make this sacrament available to our Congress attendees.)
MULTICULTURAL EXHIBIT
Convention 2nd floor Lobby – 9 am - 5 pm
Find a variety of cultural and religious arti-
facts, expressions of faith and religious piety
practices, stories of saints and martyrs, and
a plethora of items from the cultures of Na-
tive America, Central and South America, Europe, Africa/
African-American and Asia.
UNWIND DURING CONGRESS
Hall A Prefuntion Area – 10 am - 4:30 pm
Renew your spirit and take a break from the
bustle of Congress with a chair massages that
relieves tension and relaxes the mind. Visit our
Chair Massage area in the Prefunction Area of
Hall A. The cost is $1 per minute.
CELL PHONE DROP OFF
Friday through Sunday
Remember to drop off your old cell phones
– working or not. The proceeds of this part-
nership with Get Green To Get Green will be
donated to the Pakistan and Haiti relief efforts
through Catholic Relief Services (CRS).
A.A. MEETING
Friday through Sunday – Marriott San Diego
Lunchtime meeting for Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.)
men and women to share their experiences.
ASIAN PACIFIC EVENTS
VIETNAMESE-LANGUAGE WORKSHOPS
1-70 Bishop Vincent Van Ban
2-70 Fr. Hy Nguyen
3-70 Fr. Peter Ngo
ASIAN PERSPECTIVE LITURGIES
From the Islands of ...
Hawaii, Samoa, Tonga, Guam
Marriott Marquis - 5:15 pm
Rev. Niko Leota, presider
Vietnamese Liturgy
Marriott Grand Ballroom
Bishop Vincent Van Ban, presider
SPEAKER SIGNING
Hall A (Southeast corner)
Authors and musical artists will be available to sign books
and CDs in the Book Signing Area (southeast corner of
Exhibit Hall A). Check the schedule at the Book Signing
Area for scheduling updates.
FOLLOWING PERIOD 1 (about 11:30 am)
AUTHOR EXHIBITOR TABLE
Richard Gaillardetz Paulist Press TABLE A
Ronald Rolheiser Paulist Press TABLE B
Msgr. James Vlaun Catholic Book Pub. TABLE C
Michael Sparough Loyola Press TABLE D
Fr. Joe Kempf Liguori Publications TABLE E
Sr. Edith Prendergast Ave Maria Press TABLE F
Fr. Tony Ricard Knight Productions TABLE L
FOLLOWING PERIOD 2 (about 2:30 pm)
Richard Groves Paulist Press TABLE A
Richard Rohr Center for Action TABLE B
& Contemplation
Char Wenc Paulist Press TABLE C
Fr. Tony Ricard Knight Productions TABLE L
FOLLOWING PERIOD 3 (about 4:30 pm)
Michael Amodei Ave Maria Press TABLE A
Paul Coutinho, SJ Loyola Press TABLE B
Fr. Tony Ricard Knight Productions TABLE L
FRIDAY EVENTS
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SUNDAY ONLY! Drop by the Tech Center
for your FREE souvenir ePostcard
to email home and to friends!
(Not available during presentation times.)
CONGRESS TECH BOOTH SCHEDULE
(Check booth for schedule updates)
FRIDAY, MARCH 18
10:15 - 11:15 am Archbishop José Gomez – The new Los Angeles Archbishop conducts a private,
online chat with students from St. Thomas the Apostle School in Los Angeles.
11:30 - 12 noon Outside da Box – Play the interactive DVD CateQUIZ’em!, a video curriculum
for middle and high school catechesis.
12:00 - 12:30 pm Logos Management Software – Innovative solutions for churches, schools, and
non-profit organizations, including Ministry Scheduler and Sacramental Register.
12:30 - 1:00 pm St. Camillus – Come learn about web site chaplaincy training and care along with
social justice networking for consistent life justice.
1:00 - 1:30 pm Gradelink – Come see the award-winning grading and administration system that
connects teachers, parents and school administrators easily and affordably.
1:30 - 2:00 pm ImageTrend – Preview of the Web-based Cornerstone suite to meet the needs of
teachers, including topics such as assignment, gradebook and attendance.
2:00 - 2:30 pm Outside da Box – Play the interactive DVD CateQUIZ’em!, a video curriculum
for middle and high school catechesis.
2:30 - 3:00 pm Ave Maria Press
3:00 - 3:30 pm CatholicTeacherResources.com – Interactive web-based resources, including
web-quests, writing prompts, Catholic games, Mass plans and other resources.
3:30 - 4:30 pm Check your email
SATURDAY, MARCH 19
9:00 - 9:30 am
9:30 - 10:00 am CatholicTeacherResources.com – Interactive web-based resources, including
web-quests, writing prompts, Catholic games, Mass plans and other resources.
10:00 - 10:30 am Outside da Box – Play the interactive DVD CateQUIZ’em!, a video curriculum
for middle and high school catechesis.
10:30 - 11:00 am Gradelink – Come see the award-winning grading and administration system that
connects teachers, parents and school administrators easily and affordably.
11:00 - 11:30 am
11:30 - 12 noon RECongress.org/LIVE - See what it takes to put your event online. Some tips
and pointers from the experts who created RECongress.org/LIVE.
12:00 - 12:30 pm Logos Management Software – Innovative solutions for churches, schools, and
non-profit organizations, including Ministry Scheduler and Sacramental Register.
12:30 - 1:00 pm ParishSoft – Manage your religious education programs, from maintaining regis-
trations to printing certificates.
1:00 - 1:30 pm St. Vincent Pallotti Center – Demonstration of online Connections directory with
maps and tools to help you pinpoint where to serve as a Catholic lay missioner.
1:30 - 2:00 pm Gradelink – Come see the award-winning grading and administration system that
connects teachers, parents and school administrators easily and affordably.
2:00 - 2:30 pm Outside da Box – Play the interactive DVD CateQUIZ’em!, a video curriculum
for middle and high school catechesis.
2:30 - 3:00 pm
SUNDAY, MARCH 20
The Los Angeles Religious Education Congress Technology Center highlights educational DVD and CD
software, online services and Internet resources that would be of interest to our Congress attendees. The Tech
Center is located near the center of Exhibit Hall A, under the “Computer Demonstration” banner. Drop by to
see the latest in our exhibitors’ online products and resources.
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1-01 The YouTube Heresies - Fr. Robert Barron (Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
1-02 Alive in Faith! Songs for Celebrating the Sacraments (Convention) 201 ABC
- John Burland
1-03 Conscience Formation: A Catholic Point of View — (Sheraton) Park Ballroom
- Fr. Gerald Coleman
1-04 Trust That My Praise Is Worthy - Richard Cheri & Good Ground — (Convention) Ballroom C
1-05 Jesus’ Subversive Prayer Promoting Justice - Rev. Michael Crosby (Convention) 213
1-06 The Choices We Make - Paula D’Arcy — (Convention) Ballroom AB
1-07 Enter the Story: Biblical Metaphors for Our Lives - Sr. Fran Ferder (Convention) 210 D
1-08 Liturgy, Preaching and Evangelization: The Invitation to Grace (Convention) 207 ABC
- Fr. Richard Fragomeni
1-09 Ripening into God: A Spirituality of Maturation (Hilton) Laguna
- Sr. Barbara Fiand
1-10 Does the Theology of the Laity Have a Future? (Convention) 202
- Dr. Richard Gaillardetz
1-11 RCIA: The Power and Potential of Liturgical Catechesis (Convention) 211
- Dr. Jerry Galipeau
1-12 Work It In: Finding Beauty in Life’s Imperfections (Marriott) Marquis Center-S
- Rev. Terry Hershey
1-13 How to Teach about Vatican II - Bill Huebsch (Convention) 206
1-14 You Want Me to Be Good ALL DAY? - Fr. Joe Kempf (Convention) Ballroom DE
1-15 Bridging Interpersonal Gaps - Sr. Lynn Levo (Sheraton) Tiffany Terrace
1-16 Professional Youth Ministry Coordinators: The Pain and Promise! (Convention) 207 D
- Robert McCarty
1-17 Hold Firm, Trust: Living the Eucharist in Daily Life (Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
- Rev. J-Glenn Murray
1-18 Married and Holy? - Jo Ann Paradise (Convention) 209
1-19 An Anatomy and Theology of Trust – From Paranoia to (Convention) Arena
Metanoia - Rev. Ronald Rolheiser
1-20 From Jerusalem to Ends of the Earth: The Dynamic Vision of the (Sheraton) Palm
Church’s Mission in the Acts of the Apostles - Rev. Donald Senior
1-21 The Bible and the Blues: A Musical Journey in the Old Testament (Hilton) Pacific D
– and the Delta - Dr. Daniel Smith-Christopher
1-22 What’s Your Decision? How to Make Choices with Confidence (Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
and Clarity - Rev. J. Michael Sparough
1-23 Making the Pro-life Case Within Secular Culture - Fr. Robert Spitzer (Convention) 203
1-24 Making Sure Your Teens Never Have to Say “NOBODY TOLD ME” (Convention) 204
- Pam Stenzel
1-25 Discipleship Training: Helping Children Be Like Jesus — (Hilton) Pacific AB
- Victor Valenzuela
1-26 The Medium Is the Message: Coffee and Ecclesiology — (Convention) 201 D
- Msgr. James Vlaun
1-27 From Birth to Resurrection - Christopher Walker (Convention) 208
1-28 Hold Firm … Trust: Three Essential Lessons for New or (Convention) 210 ABC
Weary Catechists and Teachers - David Wells
1-70 Vietnamese Workshop - Bishop Vincent Van Ban (Convention) 212
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2-01 Connecting Learning with Religion at the Center of the Early (Sheraton) Park Ballroom
Childhood Curriculum - Dr. Shauna Adams
2-02 Liturgical Movement: Breathe, Pray, Dance - Donna Anderle (Marriott) Orange County
2-03 Get Them Singing … Get Them Engaged! - Ed Bolduc (Convention) 208
2-04 Who Would Jesus Hire? Creating a Movement to Welcome the (Marriott) Marquis Center-S
Outcast, the Gang Member and the Felon - Rev. Gregory Boyle
2-05 Women’s Strength, Women’s Voices - Sr. Kathy Bryant (Convention) 303
2-06 Poorly Practiced, Misunderstood and Under-appreciated: (Convention) 210 ABC
The Liturgy of Penance - Dr. Eileen Burke-Sullivan
2-07 A Time for Healing, A Time for Service - Bishop Blase Cupich (Convention) 205
2-08 Healing Stories in the New Testament - Sr. Carol Dempsey (Convention) 213
2-09 What’s New about the “New Evangelization”? - Msgr. Ray East (Sheraton) Palm
2-10 You Mean They Don’t All Learn the Same Way? - Steven Ellair (Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
2-11 Open Wide the Doors: Helping Young People Appreciate and (Convention) 202
Embrace the Call to Christian Discipleship - David Gentry-Akin
2-12 Dying to Live: A Theology of Immigration - Fr. Daniel Groody (Convention) 209
2-13 Great Suffering, Great Love - Richard Groves (Marriott) Marquis North
2-14 New Missal, New Songs: A New Call to Sing Praise - David Haas — (Hilton) Pacific D
2-15 Mission Haiti - Fr. Tom Hagan (Convention) 211
2-16 Finding Happiness: Monastic Steps for a Fulfilling Life — (Hilton) Pacific C
- Fr. Christopher Jamison
2-17 Multicultural Worship – Becoming Bridge-builders and (Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
Border-crossers - Jesse Manibusan & Bro. Rufino Zaragoza
2-18 The Challenge of Unity with Our Adversaries (Convention) 201 ABC
- Rev. Bryan Massingale
2-19 The Colors, Shapes, Symbols and Faith of a Multicultural Church (Convention) 212
- Bro. Michael O’Neill McGrath
2-20 Hold Firm as You Are Held - Dr. Megan McKenna (Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
2-21 Eucharistic Worship Outside Mass - Rev. J-Glenn Murray (Convention) 207 ABC
2-22 What Do We Do if They Do Come Home? - Eric Paige (Hilton) Laguna
2-23 Involving Parents in Your Ministry - Dr. Sean Reynolds (Convention) 206
2-24 Falling Upward: A Spirituality for the Two Halves of Life (Convention) Arena
- Fr. Richard Rohr
2-25 Articles of Faith for the 21st Century: The Apostles’ Creed (Hilton) Pacific AB
- Dr. Brian Schmisek
2-26 Loving and Learning Beyond Limitation (Convention) 201 D
- Christine & Michael Way Skinner
2-27 The RCIA as the Model for Adult Faith Formation - Nick Wagner (Convention) 203
2-28 Five Things Teachers Need to Know to Help Students Develop (Convention) Ballroom DE
Self-discipline - Char Wenc
2-70 Vietnamese Workshop - Rev. Hy Nguyen (Convention) 210 D
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3-01 Sharing the Bishops’ Framework with Parish Teens (Convention) 202
- Michael Amodei
3-02 Why Do You Do What You Do? Integrated Liturgy: It’s More (Convention) 210 ABC
Than Just the Music - John Angotti
3-03 Contemporary Theologies of Ministry for Pastoral Workers — (Convention) 210 D
- Dr. Tom Beaudoin
3-04 The Woman at the Well - Betsey Beckman & Laura Ash (Marriott) Orange County
3-05 RCIA with Children and the Role of Liturgical Catechesis (Convention) 209
- Rita Burns Senseman
3-06 Singing the Year Round! Songs and Strategies for Elementary (Marriott) Marquis North
Catechists and Teachers - Andrew Chinn
3-07 Hope in God Alone! The Ignatian Way of Living a Free and (Convention) 204
Fulfilled Life - Fr. Paul Coutinho
3-08 Creating and Maintaining a “Household” Church - Rev. John Cusick (Convention) 213
3-09 The New Roman Missal: Part 1 – Process and Changes — (Convention) Ballroom DE
- Rev. Edward Foley
3-10 Eckhart Tolle, John of the Cross and Teresa of Avila: Living in (Convention) Arena
the Presence of God - Fr. Richard Fragomeni
3-11 Drama and Religious Education: A Match Made in Heaven! (Convention) 207 ABC
- Anne Frawley-Mangan
3-12 Would Jesus Recognize Our Church? - Fr. Anthony Gittins (Convention) 201 ABC
3-13 A New Vision for Catholic Schools - Dr. Thomas Groome (Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
3-14 Holy Tradition Called Justice: The Faith That Jesus Inherits — (Sheraton) Palm
- Jack Jezreel
3-15 Restorative Justice: A New Paradigm for Social Transformation (Convention) 203
- Azim Khamisa
3-16 Friendship in a Fast-paced World - Beth Knobbe (Sheraton) Park Ballroom
3-17 Stewardship and the Funding of Catholic Schools (Convention) 211
- Rev. Daniel Mahan
3-18 Black Catholic Spirituality - Sr. Oralisa Martin — (Convention) 207 D
3-19 Challenges and Blessings: Inter-religious, Inter-faith Dialogue (Hilton) Laguna
- Bishop Malcolm McMahon
3-20 And Jesus Wept: The Word on Grief and Healing (Hilton) Pacific C
- Fr. J. Patrick Mullen
3-21 Dialogue and the Mission of the Church – An Asian Vision (Convention) 201 D
- Archbishop Orlando Quevedo
3-22 Forgiving the Unforgettable: Reconciliation and Restoration (Marriott) Marquis Center-S
- Rev. R. Tony Ricard
3-23 Steps to Teaching Your Teen Respect - Patt & Steve Saso (Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
3-24 Catholic Morality and Healthy Conscience Formation: “How To” — (Hilton) Pacific D
in 2011? - Fr. Dick Sparks
3-25 Visio Divina: A Prayer Practice for Encountering God (Convention) 206
- Barbara Sutton
3-26 Leading a Parish Is Not for Dummies – Working Behind the Scenes (Convention) 212
- Thomas Sweetser & Wendy Rappé
3-27 Game On! Creative Catechesis with Young People - Michael Theisen (Convention) 303
3-28 Adult Faith Formation and the Renewal of Parish Life - Tom Zanzig (Convention) 205
3-70 Vietnamese Workshop - Fr. Peter Ngo (Convention) 208
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Saturday Morning Praise
Character Location Presider Music
P3 Morning Praise Convention Arena Diana Macalintal Fernández / Peña / Daigle
Eucharistic Liturgies All liturgies begin at 5:15 pm
S1 General Hilton Pacific Ballroom Rev. Ed Foley Ed Bolduc / John Angotti
S2 Celtic Convention Ballroom (3rd floor) Rev. David Loftus Liam Lawton
S3 Byzantine Marriott Grand Ballroom Bishop Gerald Dino Byzantine Community
Divine Liturgy
S4 Jazz Marriott Marquis Ballroom Rev. Tony Ricard Nicholas Calzada
S5 Spanish Convention Hall B Bishop Alex Salazar Betancourt / Fernández / Rubalcava
S6 Young Adult Convention Arena Msgr. Kevin Kostelnik The Jacob & Matthew Band
Liturgy of the Hours: Evening Prayer
In addition to our evening prayer (vespers) service, there will be extended hours tonight in Sacred Space.
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MORNING PRAISE
Arena – 8:00 am
Let us lift our hearts and our voices in prayer as we welcome a new day. Santiago
Fernández, Donna Peña and Gary Daigle will lead us in song and praise. Our
presider will be Donna Macalintal. We gather and celebrate together, “holding
firm” in the unfolding of the new day.
SATURDAY KEYNOTE
JACK JEZREEL
“Gathered & Sent: Saints, Prophets, Martyrs on a Mission”
The Gospels, the legacy of holy witnesses, and Vatican II speak of
a Church that, at its best, gathers and sends. While this fundamental
dimension of our faith tradition has struggled to see full expression
in the local parish, the future of American Catholicism holds some exciting and
promising prospects if we are willing to renew the possibilities of parish purpose
and structure.
SATURDAY LUNCHTIME ENTERTAINMENT
Arena – 11:45 am - 12:30 pm
PEDRO RUBALCAVA, JESSE MANIBUSAN
AND ESTELA GARCÍA-LÓPEZ
Come join this trio of friends and companions in
ministry and lift your voices and spirits in praising
God through lively and spirit-filled song. It will be a wonderful and joyous mo-
ment that reflects the unity and hope that resides in our communities of faith.
Hall B – 11:45 am - 12:30 pm
MARTY HAUGEN, GARY DAIGLE AND
MARY JANUS
“A Little R&R (Refuel & Rejoice)”
Come and dine with Marty Haugen, Gary Daigle and Mary Janus. Journey along
with them – joined with members of Harmonia from Our Lady of Lourdes in
Northridge, Calif. – through music new and old. Get a “little R&R” with the
gift of sung prayer.
SATURDAY EVENING CONCERT
Arena – 8:00 pm
CEILI RAIN
Ceili (say: KAY-lee) is a Gaelic (Irish) word that means
“party.” Thus, Ceili Rain is a Celtic-pop/rock downpour
of heavenly partiness! This six-headed joy-monster for
Jesus will delight kids from 3 to 93. Billboard Magazine raves: “This group
deserves to be heard by the entire world!” Join the Celtic conga line in the Arena
on Saturday night!
SATURDAY SCHEDULE
8:00 am
On-site registration
(Prefunction area)
Morning Praise (Arena)
8:30 am
Keynote: Jack Jezreel
(Arena)
10:00 - 11:30 am
Period 4 Workshops
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
LUNCH
11:45 am - 12:30 pm
Music (Arena)
– Pedro Rubalcava, Jesse Manibu-
san and Estela García-López
Music (Hall B)
– Marty Haugen, Gary Daigle and
Mary Janus
1:00 - 2:30 pm
Period 5 Workshops
3:00 - 4:30 pm
Period 6 Workshops
5:15 pm
Eucharistic Liturgies
& Prayer Service
8:00 pm
Concert (Arena)
– Ceili Rain
Sacred Illuminations
(Convention 213)
9:00 pm - midnight
Young Adult Dance
(Marriott Marquis)
9:30 - 11:30 pm
Young Adult Lounge
(Marriott Elite)
Registration Hours
8:00 am - 3:00 pm
(Prefunction Lobby)
Exhibit Hours
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
(Hall A)
Sacred Space
10:00 am - 9:00 pm
(Convention 304)
Cell Phone Recycling
(Various locations)
Massage
(Prefunction Lobby Hall A)
A.A. Meeting
(Noon - Marriott San Diego)
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MULTICULTURAL EXHIBIT
Convention Center, 2nd floor, 9:00 am -
5:00 pm
Presented by the many ethnic groups in the
Los Angeles Archdiocese, the exhibits are a
collaborative work of the Arch diocesan Of-
fices of Religious Education and Ethnic Ministry.
MLGC LUNCHEON
The Archdiocese’s Ministry with Lesbian &
Gay Catholics (MLGC) is excited to be cele-
brating its 25th anniversary! All are welcome
to bring lunch and join us as a community of
lesbian and gay Catholics, parents, teachers,
ministers and supporters of this vital ministry.
The MLGC is often asked for particular help in serving our
youth, so our informal program will provide: 1) information
about the MLGC; 2) time to discuss how we can confront
tragedies like bullying and teen suicide; and 3) a Q&A ses-
sion that will address questions that are frequently asked
of us or that you can submit anonymously. Oh yes, cake
will be served too! (Stop by booth 448 in the Exhibit Hall
for more information.)
DON’T MISS ...
MASSAGE – 10 am - 4:30 pm – Hall A Prefunction Area
A.A. MEETING – Lunch - Marriott San Diego
CELL PHONE DROP – various locations
YOUNG ADULT EUCHARISTIC LITURGY
Arena – 5:15 pm
Msgr. Kevin Kostelnik will preside over our Young Adult Liturgy with music led by
the Jacob and Matthew Band! Come and join in worship with nearly 8,000 other young
adults from around the world at this celebration that highlights the gifts of young adults.
YOUNG ADULT DANCE
Marriott Marquis Ballroom – 9:00 pm - 12 midnight
After a full day of workshops, networking and celebrating liturgy, our DJ will mix the
beats to keep the party going into the night! All young adults 18 to 39 are welcome. ID
required for admission. The cost is only $7 per person.
YOUNG ADULT LOUNGE
Marriott Elite Ballroom – 9:30 - 11:30 pm
Join us at the Young Adult Lounge, co-sponsored by Boston College School of Theology
and Ministry. The Lounge is a gathering place for conversation, live jazz, hors d’oeuvres,
and a cash bar (for those 21 and over, ID required). The Lounge is open to young adults
18 to 39, and the cost is just $10 per person.
SATURDAY EVENTS
SPEAKER SIGNING IN HALL A
FOLLOWING PERIOD 4 (about 11:30 am)
Sr. Marilyn Lacey, RSM Ave Maria Press TABLE A
Sr. Joyce Rupp, OSM Ave Maria Press TABLE B
Richard Groves Paulist Press TABLE C
Dr. Richard Gaillardetz Paulist Press TABLE D
Fr. Ronald Rolheiser, OMI Paulist Press TABLE E
Beth Knobbe St. Anthony Messenger TABLE F
Fr. Tony Ricard Knight Productions TABLE L
FOLLOWING PERIOD 5 (about 2:30 pm)
John Allen Paulist Press TABLE A
Dr. Wilkie Au Paulist Press TABLE B
Rabbi Michael Mayersohn Paulist Press TABLE C
Fr. Joe Kempf Liguori Publications TABLE D
Sr. Edith Prendergast Ave Maria Press TABLE E
Fr. Tony Ricard Knight Productions TABLE L
FOLLOWING PERIOD 6 (about 4:30 pm)
Michael Amodei Ave Maria Press TABLE A
Fr. Michael Kennedy, SJ Paulist Press TABLE B
Fr. James Martin, SJ Harper One TABLE C
Fr. Richard Rohr, OFM Loyola Press TABLE D
Fr. Richard Leonard, SJ Paulist Press TABLE E
Fr. William Nicholas Paulist Press TABLE F
Jeanne Hunt St. Anthony Messenger TABLE G
Fr. Tony Ricard Knight Productions TABLE L
SACRED SPACE
Convention Center 304, 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Reconcilation Hours: 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
& 2:30 - 3:30 pm
Take a respite from the day’s events and en-
ter a space dedicated to facilitating a sense of
spiritual rejuvenation, offering Eucharistic
Adoration in the Chapel, the Sacrament of Reconciliation,
a labyrinth, and meditative music and art.
VIETNAMESE-LANGUAGE WORKSHOPS
4-70 Paul Nguyen & Bro. Rufino
Zaragoza (bilingual)
5-70 Bro. Fortunat Phong
6-70 Fr. Hy Nguyen
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4-01 Liturgical Movement for Children: Connecting the Dots (Marriott) Orange County
- Donna Anderle
4-02 Thomas Aquinas and Why the Atheists Are Right - Fr. Robert Barron (Convention) Ballroom DE
4-03 Trust in Me: Songs of Faith for Children’s Catechesis - John Burland (Hilton) Laguna
4-04 Why Is Abortion a Central Point in Catholic Teaching? — (Hilton) Pacific AB
- Fr. Gerald Coleman
4-05 Making Sense of Turning Points - Paula D’Arcy — (Hilton) Pacific C
4-06 Engaging Children and Youth in Parish Music - Jaime Cortez — (Convention) Ballroom C
4-07 The New Roman Missal: Part 2 – Mystagogy and Pastoral — (Convention) 204
Responses - Rev. Edward Foley
4-08 Learning to Live with Ecclesial Tensions - Dr. Richard Gaillardetz (Sheraton) Palm
4-09 Calling All Adults: Leadership for Youth Ministry (Convention) 205
- Dr. Carole Goodwin
4-10 Will There Be Faith? - Dr. Thomas Groome (Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
4-11 Soul Friendship: A Hopeful Ministry for the Future Church (Convention) 209
- Richard Groves
4-12 Catholic Morality: Personal and Social - Rev. James Heft (Convention) 207 ABC
4-13 Stop. Look. Listen: An Invitation to Pay Attention Every Day (Convention) Arena
- Rev. Terry Hershey
4-14 How to Have Supper - Bill Huebsch (Convention) 303
4-15 Shout to the Highest Mountain - Tom Kendzia & ValLimar Jansen (Convention) 210 ABC
4-16 The Single Life: How I Stopped Dating and Started Living (Convention) 213
- Beth Knobbe
4-17 Working Together Collaboratively - Carole Eipers — (Convention) 202
(Originally scheduled with Sr. Lynn Levo)
4-18 A Spirituality of Welcome - Sr. Marilyn Lacey (Convention) 210 D
4-19 Stewardship as Spirituality: Helping Busy People Grow Closer to (Convention) 207 D
the Lord - Rev. Daniel Mahan
4-20 Liturgy and Culture: The State of the Question - Rev. Ricky Manalo — (Convention) 212
4-21 Well-Seasoned, Well Sung: Songs for the Seasons - Michael Mangan (Convention) 211
4-22 Radical Discipleship – Giving Our Death Away (Convention) Ballroom AB
- Rev. Ronald Rolheiser
4-23 Exploring and Deepening Our Naming of Divinity - Sr. Joyce Rupp (Marriott) Marquis North
4-24 The Gospel of Matthew: At the Crossroads of Early Christianity (Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
- Rev. Donald Senior
4-25 Guilt Trip or Baptismal Call? How to Recruit Volunteers for (Convention) 206
Meaningful Service - Vikki Shepp
4-26 In the World, But Not of It: Witnessing to Christ in Today’s Culture (Clarion) Orangewood
- Rev. Michael Sweeney
4-27 Hope Will Not Disappoint! A Media Spirituality for the Minister — (Convention) 201 D
- Msgr. James Vlaun
4-28 Acting on Behalf of Justice: Stories of Gospel Living in the (Convention) 203
21st Century - Nancy Sylvester
4-70 The Vietnamese Community – A Culture of Beauty (Convention) 208
(Vietnamese/English) - Paul Nguyen & Bro. Rufino Zaragoza
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5-01 The Pope’s PR Problem - John Allen Jr. (Marriott) Marquis Center-S
5-02 Contemplative Prayer Experience: Castle of the Soul — (Convention) Arena
- Tony Alonso & Liam Lawton
5-03 My Life Is Calling Me: Young Adults Speak - Dr. Tom Beaudoin (Convention) 209
5-04 Dancing Free on a Firm Foundation - Betsey Beckman & Laura Ash (Marriott) Orange County
5-05 Dressed for Success or Set Up for Failure? Exploring the Use of (Sheraton) Palm
Violence in the Bible - Sr. Carol Dempsey
5-06 Friendship, Family and Community: Building a Firm Foundation (Convention) 212
in Early Childhood Catechesis - Early Childhood Advisory Board
5-07 Reaching Hispanic Youth … Well, Really Reaching Hispanic Youth — (Convention) 210 ABC
- Santiago Fernández
5-08 RCIA: Celebrating the Rites of Initiation - Dr. Jerry Galipeau (Convention) 208
5-09 Dialogue or Defense: Apologetics vs. Ecumenism - Dr. Greer Gordon (Convention) 207 ABC
5-10 For the Life of the World - Rev. Dr. James Hanvey (Sheraton) Tiffany Terrace
5-11 A Holy Tradition Called Agape: The Faith That Jesus Awakens — (Hilton) Laguna
- Jack Jezreel
5-12 Don’t Drink the Water: Eucharist and the Hungers of the Human (Hilton) Pacific C
Heart - Fr. Joe Kempf
5-13 The Journey of Forgiveness: Destination Peace - Azim Khamisa (Clarion) Orangewood
5-14 I’ve Got to Get to Jesus (Luke 8:40-56) - Sr. Oralisa Martin — (Convention) 205
5-15 The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: The Real History of Jewish- (Convention) 204
Christian Relations - Rabbi Michael Mayersohn
5-16 Structure for Success: Catechist Tips That Replace SURVIVE (Convention) 203
with THRIVE - Dr. Patricia McCormack
5-17 Amazing Grace: A Story of Survival, Faith and Hope on (Convention) Ballroom AB
America’s Death Row - Juan Meléndez-Colón
5-18 Biblical Apocalyptic Literature – Exploring the Richness of (Convention) 201 ABC
Dynamic Imagery - Rev. William Nicholas
5-19 Hold Firm with Trust - Dr. Megan McKenna (Hilton) Pacific D
5-20 Inter-Religious Dialogue and the Mission of the Church – (Convention) 201 D
An Asian Experience - Archbishop Orlando Quevedo
5-21 The Launching Years: Parenting Your 18- to 25-Year-Old (Sheraton) Park Ballroom
- Patt & Steve Saso
5-22 Tune In: Use Their Issues, Teach to Their Issues, Touch Their Hearts! (Convention) 303
- Anna Scally
5-23 Freedom of Conscience vs. the Church’s “Official” Positions — (Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
- Fr. Dick Sparks
5-24 Challenging and Encouraging Parents to Fulfill Their Primary (Marriott) Marquis North
Role in Faith Formation - Pam Stenzel
5-25 Essentials of Parish Life That Are Rarely Ever Tried (Convention) 202
- Thomas Sweetser & Wendy Rappé
5-26 The Secure Homeland of the Text Generation - Michael Theisen (Convention) 210 D
5-27 Choirs – We Need You Now! - Christopher Walker (Convention) Ballroom C
5-28 Feed the Shepherds or They’ll Eat the Sheep: Nurturing Healthy (Convention) 207 D
Ministers - Jacquelyne Witter
5-70 Vietnamese Workshop - Bro. Fortunat Phong (Convention) 206
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6-01 Helping Teens Understand the Faith They Are Confirming (Convention) 204
- Michael Amodei
6-02 Re-examining the Four Signs That Mark the Holy Spirit’s Presence (Convention) 207 ABC
in the Church - Dr. Eileen Burke-Sullivan
6-03 RCIA with Children and the Role of the Community (Convention) 203
- Rita Burns Senseman
6-04 “God” for Those Who Seem Not to Need God - Rev. Michael Crosby (Convention) Ballroom DE
6-05 Hold Fast to Vatican II’s Dream for the Liturgy - Fr. William Cieslak (Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
6-06 Drink to the Thirsty: A Practical Approach to Evangelization and (Convention) 205
Adult Formation - Pam Coster
6-07 Ranking Religions: Religious Stratification in America (Convention) 208
- Dr. James Davidson
6-08 Enlivening the Sacrament Preparation Process! - Steven Ellair (Convention) 210 ABC
6-09 Called to Prophetic Witness in a Wounded World - Sr. Barbara Fiand (Sheraton) Park Ballroom
6-10 Sing As Christ Inspires Your Song: Renewing the Mission of Sung — (Convention) Ballroom C
Prayer - David Haas
6-11 Lay Ministers: Holding Firm in a Shaky Church - Michael Horan (Convention) 202
6-12 Finding Vocation: Steps Toward Discernment — (Convention) 211
- Fr. Christopher Jamison
6-13 Finding the Common Story with Gangs, Peace and Being Catholic (Convention) 209
- Richard Jones
6-14 Contemplating the Gospel: Ignatius of Loyola’s Method of Healing (Hilton) Pacific C
the Heart - Rev. Michael Kennedy & Javier Ellis Stauring
6-15 Finding God in Your Daily Life - Rev. James Martin (Convention) Arena
6-16 What Now – Strategies for Parish Ministry in Our Time (Convention) 207 D
- Fr. Norman Langenbrunner & Jeanne Hunt
6-17 Where the Hell Is God? - Fr. Richard Leonard — (Convention) Ballroom AB
6-18 “Can You See What I See?”: The Three Cultural Lenses — (Convention) 210 D
- Rev. Ricky Manalo
6-19 Whatever Happened to Liberation Theology? (Convention) 213
- Rev. Bryan Massingale
6-20 Mary in Vatican II - Dr. Timothy Matovina (Sheraton) Palm
6-21 Helping Youth Deal with Tragedy: A Pastoral Challenge (Convention) 212
- Robert McCarty
6-22 Is Mark Mad (or Brilliant)? Going a Bit Deeper into Mark’s Method (Hilton) Pacific D
- Fr. J. Patrick Mullen
6-23 “Called and Gifted”: A Visionary Statement Turns 30 - James McGill (Sheraton) Tiffany Terrace
6-24 Embracing God’s People Living with HIV (Convention) 201 D
- Fr. Chris Ponnet & Dr. Elizabeth Crabb Breen
6-25 Sacrament Preparation: Our Opportunity to Evangelize Marginal (Convention) 206
Households - Tom Quinlan
6-26 Women in Song and Story (Convention) 303
- Janèt Sullivan Whitaker, ValLimar Jansen & Sarah Hart
6-27 Men, Spirituality and Church - Fr. Richard Rohr (Marriott) Marquis North
6-28 I Love You and the Answer Is “No”! - Char Wenc (Hilton) Pacific AB
6-70 Vietnamese Workshop - Rev. Hy Nguyen (Hilton) Laguna
PERIOD 6 Saturday, March 19, 2011 • 3:00 - 4:30 pm
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EUCHARISTIC LITURGIES
NOTE: There will be the third scrutiny for the Elect and an RCIA dismissal during both Sunday Eucharistic Liturgies.
All Elect, catechumens and candidates present are invited to participate. Reserved Arena seating will be provided.
Character Location Presider Music
A1 Morning Liturgy 8:00 am Convention Center Arena Bishop Tod Brown Congress Choir 2011
A2 Closing Liturgy 3:30 pm Convention Center Arena Archbishop José Gomez Congress Choir 2011
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8-70 Bro. Fortunat Phong
Arena Workshop
SUNDAY EVENTS Sunday, March 20, 2011
SPEAKER SIGNING
FOLLOWING PERIOD 7 (about 11:30 am)
Sr. Joyce Rupp, OSM Ave Maria Press TABLE A
Dr. Paul Coutinho, SJ Loylola Press TABLE B
John Allen Paulist Press TABLE C
Fr. Tony Ricard Knight Productions TABLE L
FOLLOWING PERIOD 8 (about 2:30 pm)
Fr. Michael Kennedy, SJ Paulist Press TABLE A
Fr. James Martin, SJ Loyola Press TABLE B
Dr. Wilkie Au Paulist Press TABLE C
Fr. Richard Leonard, SJ Paulist Press TABLE D
Rabbi Michael Mayersohn Paulist press TABLE E
Fr. William Nicholas Paulist Press TABLE F
Sr. Edith Prendergast Ave Maria Press TABLE G
Fr. Tony Ricard Knight Productions TABLE L
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SUNDAY SCHEDULE
8:00 am
On-site registration
(Prefunction area)
8:00 - 9:30 am
Eucharistic Liturgy
(Arena)
8:30 am
Morning Addresses
English: Dr. Greer Gordon
(Convention Ballroom AB)
Spanish: Dora Tobar Mensbrugghe
(Hall B)
10:00 - 11:30 am
Period 7 Workshops
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
LUNCH
11:45 am - 12:30 pm
Music (Arena)
– John Angotti and Danielle Rose
Music (Hall B)
– Rafael Moreno and
Santigo Fernández
1:00 - 2:30 pm
Period 8 Workshops
3:30 pm
Closing Eucharistic
Liturgy (Arena)
Registration Hours
8:00 am - 12 noon
(Prefunction area)
Exhibit Hours
8:00 am - 3:00 pm
(Hall A)
Sacred Space
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
(Convention 304)
– No Reconciliation Times Today –
Multicultural Exhibit
9:00 am - 2:30 pm
(Convention 2nd floor)
Cell Phone Recycling
(various locations)
Massage
(Prefunction Lobby Hall A)
A.A. Meeting
(Noon - Marriott San Diego)
Free Souvenir ePostcard
(Tech Center, Hall A)
MORNING LITURGY
Arena – 8:00 am
BISHOP TOD BROWN, PRESIDER
As we awaken to a new day, we share an opportunity to gather as a
community of faith to give thanks. Bishop Tod Brown of the Diocese of Orange,
Calif., will preside at morning Eucharistic liturgy. Nourished by word and sacra-
ment, we will go forth to Hold Firm ... and Trust!
SUNDAY ENGLISH ADDRESS
8:30 am
DR. GREER GORDON
“The Cross as Transformation”
Across the cultural, economic and educational spectrum people appear to be
suffering from a common malady of hopelessness. As Christians, we claim to
be heirs to a promise that overcomes the death of hopelessness. We profess that
through the death and resurrection of Christ, our losses have been transformed,
and we are redeemed. This session will address the continuing need to unfold the
meaning of the cross for a suffering world. It will offer insights into the necessity
of teaching and preaching the enigma of the cross, as an essential sign of hope.
For, in the midst of the darkness and despair, there is the transforming light of
the resurrected crucified Christ.
SUNDAY LUNCHTIME ENTERTAINMENT
Arena – 11:45 am - 12:30 pm
JOHN ANGOTTI AND DANIELLE ROSE
Join John Angotti and Danielle Rose as they bring you into a
place of trust in song. Their blend of rhythms and sound will
encapsulate your heart and fill you with energy for the rest of Congress.
Hall B – 11:45 am - 12:30 pm
RAFAEL MORENO AND SANTIAGO FERNÁNDEZ
Come join this charismatic duo for an unforgettable lunchtime
musical experience! From festive to inspirational, from rhyth-
mic to reflective, their songs will surely lift your spirit and leave you re-energized!
¡Vengan a celebrar cantando con este carismático dúo y vivan una expe-
riencia inolvidable durante el almuerzo! Su música festiva e inspiradora,
rítmica y de reflexión seguramente les levantará el espíritu y los dejará
llenos de energía.
CLOSING LITURGY
Arena – 3:30 pm
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As Congress 2011 draws to a close, we come together to pray, to cele-
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Christ, and place our lives and ministry at the service of God’s people
in the world. Our Closing Liturgy, led by Los Angeles Archbishop José
Gomez, will feature the 200-plus voice Congress Choir ’11, under the
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7-01 Teaching Young Children About the Wonders of God’s Love (Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
- Dr. Shauna Adams
7-02 All Things Catholic - John Allen Jr. (Marriott) Marquis Center-S
7-03 Exploring Castle of the Soul - Tony Alonso & Liam Lawton — (Convention) Ballroom C
7-04 Engaging Faith in the World: Fostering a Mission Spirituality (Convention) 213
in Young People - Thomas Awiapo & Ted Miles
7-05 Unchaining Confirmation - Dr. Michael Carotta (Marriott) Orange County
7-06 Together as One, To Gather as One: Songs and Strategies for (Convention) 208
Celebrating with Children - Andrew Chinn
7-07 The Spirituality of Darkness: Living Effectively in a Chaotic World (Hilton) Pacific C
- Fr. Paul Coutinho
7-08 An Adult Appreciation of the Life and Ministry of Jesus Christ (Hilton) Pacific AB
- Rev. John Cusick
7-09 The Journey to First Eucharist: Helping Parents and Children to Feel (Convention) 210 ABC
at Home in the Assembly - Fr. Martin Delaney & Maeve Mahon
7-10 How to Rebuild the Engine While the Vehicle Is Operating – (Convention) 204
Preparing for the New English Translation of the Roman Missal
- Dr. Paul Ford
7-11 “Do This in Memory of Me”: Do What, and Where, and How? (Convention) 207 ABC
- Fr. Anthony Gittins
7-12 Remembering the Future - Rev. Dr. James Hanvey (Sheraton) Tiffany Terrace
7-13 Justice Rising: The Gospel Call to Solidarity - Fr. John Heagle (Convention) 203
7-14 Music Motivating Mission: Promoting Justice, Peace and (Hilton) Laguna
Evangelization Through Song - Michael Mangan
7-15 The Visitation for Today: Five Women Icons of Holy Wisdom (Sheraton) Park Ballroom
- Bro. Michael O’Neill McGrath
7-16 Biblical Prophets – Ancient Men with Modern Messages (Convention) 212
- Rev. William Nicholas
7-17 Shut Up and Just Listen: Jesus Has Something to Say! (Convention) Arena
- Rev. R. Tony Ricard
7-18 Cultivating Kindness, Growing in Compassion - Sr. Joyce Rupp (Convention) Ballroom AB
7-19 Learning about L.I.F.E.: A Family-based Program on Relationships (Convention) 206
- Sr. Kieran Sawyer
7-20 Bioethics and the Image of God: Reflections on Medical Technology (Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
- Dr. Jennifer Shaw
7-21 Room for All God’s Children: Inclusive Parish Catechesis and (Convention) 201 D
Sacramental Preparation - Christine & Michael Way Skinner
7-22 The Parish: A Community for Discernment - Rev. Michael Sweeney (Convention) 207 D
7-23 Living in a Time of Chaos: The Call to Contemplative Spirituality (Convention) 205
- Nancy Sylvester
7-24 Faith, Life & Creed: A Complete Catechesis for Christian Life (Convention) 210 D
… In Two-and-a-half Steps - Nick Wagner
7-25 Holy Habits for Catechists - Jacquelyne Witter (Convention) 211
7-26 The Power to Forgive and Reconcile in Marriage (Convention) 303
- Dr. John Yzaguirre
7-70 Vietnamese Workshop - Bishop Vincent Van Ban (Sheraton) Palm
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PERIOD 8 Sunday, March 20, 2011 • 1:00 - 2:30 pm
WORKSHOP AUDIO LOCATION
8-01 Gratitude as a Spiritual Pathway - Dr. Wilkie Au (Convention) Arena
8-02 Fishing the River: Doing Ministry Your Way AND Doing It Well (Convention) 209
- Dr. Michael Carotta
8-03 Sunday Celebration of the Eucharist, in Spirit and in Truth (Sheraton) Palm
- Fr. William Cieslak
8-04 Planning Adult Formation in Your Parish - Pam Coster (Convention) 211
8-05 The View from the Pew: Parishioners Perceive Their Parishes (Convention) 207 D
- Dr. James Davidson
8-06 Heart, Head, Hands and Heaven: Connecting the Arts and Religion (Convention) 210 ABC
- Anne Frawley-Mangan
8-07 We Were Meant to Unfold: A Celebration of the New Cosmology of (Convention) 213
Father Thomas Berry - David Gentry-Akin
8-08 The Ancient and Ever-new Treasure of the Psalms - Marty Haugen (Hilton) Pacific D
8-09 Eucharist: A Project of Solidarity for All Humanity - Tom Kendzia (Convention) 208
8-10 A Church to Believe In: Satisfying Eight Human Needs (Convention) 210 D
- Fr. Norman Langenbrunner & Jeanne Hunt
8-11 Choose Life! Christian Discernment Today - Fr. Richard Leonard — (Convention) 212
8-12 Jesus, Mary and Joseph - Rev. James Martin (Marriott) Marquis Center-S
8-13 Jews and the Roman Catholic Church Since Vatican II (Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
- Rabbi Michael Mayersohn
8-14 A Catechist’s Secret for Classroom Management: T.E.A.C.H. (Convention) 204
- Dr. Patricia McCormack
8-15 Job: The Strong Voice of the Weak Person - James McGill (Convention) 201 ABC
8-16 Partnering with Parents in Children’s Faith Formation: Connecting (Convention) 202
Parents, Schools and Parish - Daniel Mulhall & Jo Rotunno
8-17 Is the Church Behind the Times? - Eric Paige (Hilton) Laguna
8-18 Eat, Pray, Love: Sound Familiar? - Jo Ann Paradise (Convention) Ballroom DE
8-19 Parish Renewal: Building an Evangelized and Evangelizing (Convention) 201 D
Faith Community - Tom Quinlan
8-20 Youth, Prayer and Sunday Mass: Exploring the Wisdom of the (Convention) 207 ABC
“Pyramid of Catholic Prayer” - Dr. Sean Reynolds
8-21 Sexuality and Adolescents - Sr. Kieran Sawyer (Marriott) Marquis North
8-22 Resurrection from the Dead - Dr. Brian Schmisek (Convention) 206
8-23 Anger at Jerusalem: The Critical Importance of the Prophet (Sheraton) Park Ballroom
Micah - Dr. Daniel Smith-Christopher
8-24 Catechesis in a Digital Age - Ailis Travers & Enda Donlon (Marriott) Orange County
8-25 Hold Firm … Trust: Religious Belief Is Not Intellectual Suicide (Convention) 303
- David Wells
8-70 Vietnamese Workshop - Bro. Fortunat Phong (Convention) 205
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2011 CONGRESO DE
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18-20 DE MARZO
ARQUIDIÓCESIS DE LOS ÁNGELES
OFICINA DE EDUCACIÓN RELIGIOSA
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Marzo, 2011
Queridos participantes al Congreso 2011:
Me siento muy contento de poder darles a ustedes mi calurosa bienvenida a nuestro
Congreso anual de Educación Religiosa. Esta maravillosa reunión nos ofrece
la oportunidad de renovar nuestra fe y nuestro compromiso a los ministerios de
evangelización y catequesis.
El tema del Congreso de este año ¡Mantente Firme…Confia! inspirado por las lecturas
seleccionadas para el segundo Domingo de Cuaresma, nos atrae hacia el exorbitante
amor de Dios que constantemente nos acompaña en el trayecto, nos sostiene en tiempos
de desafío y nos conduce a espacios de solaz y renovación. Confiando en la presencia y
el poder de Dios caminamos con confianza a través de los tiempos de tinieblas y de luz.
Los excelentes oradores, los talleres y las celebraciones litúrgicas ofrecidos durante
este fin de semana son un riquísimo recurso de renovación para todas las personas
participantes. Yo me siento agradecido y animado al ver cómo tantas personas toman
ventaja de las extraordinarias oportunidades para establecer contactos, ofrecer aportes y
enriquecerse. Su liderazgo y fiel participación son la llave para el contínuo crecimiento
y bienestar de nuestras comunidades parroquiales.
Estén seguros/as de mi gratitud y apoyo mientras ustedes continúan participando en este
ministerio tan esencial como lo es, en nuestra Iglesia, la catequesis.
Implorando la bendición de Dios para ustedes, sus familias y su comunidad local, con
mis mejores deseos, quedo de ustedes,
Su Excelencia
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Marzo 2011
Darles, una vez más, la bienvenida a nuestro fabuloso congreso es siempre una gran alegría. Este
fin de semana ofrece varias oportunidades para encuentros, reflexión y un renovado empeño en
proclamar las riquezas de nuestra historia sagrada.
Nuestro tema “Abundancia Increíble” inspirado en las lecturas del quinto domingo de Cuaresma
nos recuerda la abundante gracia de Dios que se desborda en actos de amor y misericordia. Las
fuerzas de la muerte y desesperación se superan. Las piedras y asperezas que obstaculizan el flujo
de la vida son removidas por las palabras de Jesús quien trae la nueva vida.
Como ustedes recordarán, se ha establecido la Fundación de Educación Religiosa en la Arquidióce-
sis de Los Angeles para la formación y educación continua de los Directores de Educación Religio-
sa, Formadores de Adultos, de Jóvenes y Ministerios Juveniles. Actualmente este fondo apoya a 10
estudiantes para obtener su Maestría en Educación Religiosa. Las donaciones dadas en las distintas
liturgias del sábado durante el Congreso del 2009 alcanzaron los $40,207. Agradecemos también a
quienes realizaron una contribución especial a este fondo mediante su registración en nuestro sitio.
Ofrecemos una diversidad de oportunidades, celebraciones litúrgicas inspiradas, entretenimientos
y expresiones multiculturales que son una bendición. Ustedes están cordialmente invitados a
caminar en el laberinto, a participar del sacramento de Reconciliación o a disfrutar momentos de
quietud en el espacio sagrado. Conscientes de nuestra responsabilidad común de cuidar la tierra y
todo lo creado, tendremos una “exhibición especial” con recursos y oportunidades para intercam-
biar ideas y reunir esfuerzos en esta importante labor.
Una vez más, agradezco su presencia, su constante participación y la esperanza que ustedes tan
generosamente comparten con sus comunidades de fe. Espero poder saludarlos personalmente
durante estos días de “abundancia increíble.”
Gracias por su maravilloso liderazgo y su invariable compromiso para enunciar su “Sí” al mantener
la visión de Jesús como punto central a todo lo que son y hacen.
Hasta verles y saludarles personalmente en este gran evento. Quedo de ustedes
Cariñosamente,
Hna. Edith Prendergast, RSC
Directora de la Oficina de Educación Religiosa
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JUEVES, 17 DE MARZO
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Para recoger su guía del programa – (Area de prefunción)
VIERNES, 18 DE MARZO
8:00 am Inscripción abierta – (Area de prefunción)
8:30 am - 9:30 am Oración y Bienvenida – (Arena)
10:00 am - 11:30 am Primera Sesión de talleres
11:30 am - 1:00 pm ALMUERZO
11:45 am - 12:30 pm Música: Peña/Augustin/Betancourt/Buscema – (Arena)
Música: Jaime Cortez y ValLimar Jansen – (Sala B)
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm Segunda Sesión de talleres
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm Tercera Sesión de talleres
5:15 pm Servicio de Oración – (210, segundo piso)
LITURGIAS EUCARÍSTICAS (vea diario programa)
7:45 pm “Soy Inmagrante” – (Sala B)
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm Concierto: “Festival of Cultures” – (Arena)
Film Showcase 2011 – (Hilton Pacific Ballroom)
9:30 pm Taizé – (210, segundo piso)
SÁBADO, 19 DE MARZO
8:00 am Inscripción abierta – (Area de prefunción)
Alabanza matutina – (Arena)
8:30 am Discurso: Jack Jezreel – (sin traducción, Arena)
10:00 am - 11:30 am Cuarta Sesión de talleres
11:30 am - 1:00 pm ALMUERZO
11:45 am - 12:30 pm Música: Rubalcava/Manibusan/García-López – (Arena)
Música: Marty Haugen, Gary Daigle y Mary Janus – (Sala B)
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm Quinta Sesión de talleres
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm Sexta Sesión de talleres
5:15 pm Servicio de Oración – (210, segundo piso)
LITURGIAS EUCARÍSTICAS (vea diario programa)
8:00 pm - 9:00 pm Sacred Illuminations – (213, segundo piso)
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm Concierto: Ceili Rain – (Arena)
9:30 pm - 11:30 pm Social de jóvenes – (Marriott Elite)
9:30 pm - 12:00 am Baile de jóvenes – (Marriott Marquis)
DOMINGO, 20 DE MARZO
8:00 am Inscripción abierta – (Area de prefunción)
8:00 am - 9:30 am LITURGIA EUCARÍSTICA – (Arena)
8:30 am Asamblea (Español): Dora Tobar Mensbrugghe – (Sala B)
Asamblea General (Inglés): Dra. Greer Gordon – (Salón AB)
10:00 am - 11:30 am Séptima Sesión de talleres
11:30 am - 1:00 pm ALMUERZO
11:45 am - 12:30 pm Música: John Angotti y Danielle Rose – (Arena)
Música: Rafael Moreno y Santiago Fernández – (Sala B)
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm Octava Sesión de talleres
3:30 pm LITURGIA EUCARÍSTICA DE CLAUSURA – (Arena)
HORARIO DE INSCRIPCIÓN:
Viernes y Sábado 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Domingo 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
Lugar Area de prefunción
HORARIO DE EXHIBICIONES:
Viernes y Sábado 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Domingo 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Lugar Sala A (Hall A)
EXHIBICIÓN MULTICULTURAL:
Viernes y Sábado 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Domingo 9:00 am - 2:30 pm
Lugar Area de prefunción, segundo piso
ESPACIO SAGRADO EN
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Viernes 10:00 am - 3:30 pm
Sábado 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Domingo 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Incluyendo:
• El Laberinto • Capilla
• Música en Vivo • Obras de Arte
• Adoración al Santísimo
• Sacramento de Reconciliación/Confesión
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DORA TOBAR MENSBRUGGHE>
Domingo, 8:30 am – Convention Arena
“Cómo Hablar de Dios a las Mujeres
y Hombres de Hoy”
La cosmovisión o representación que el ser
humano se hacía de la realidad ha cambiado.
Ese cambio ha hecho que las nuevas genera-
ciones, en especial los jóvenes, se alejen de
la fe y no encuentran en la Iglesia y sus dis-
cursos el mensaje de sentido y salvación que
en el fondo todos los humanos buscamos.
< “SOY INMIGRANTE”
Sábado, 7:45 pm – Convention Hall B
Una tarde interdinámica de invitados espe-
ciales, cantos, videos y reflexiones sobre
asuntos de inmigración y nuestra fe. Nos
ayudará a ser más conscientes de nuestra
realidad social y del compromiso que tengo
en Cristo de responder concretamente hoy.
Uno de los invitados especiales es la Her-
mana Glenda quien nos acompañará con su
música y talento, ¡no te lo pierdas!
< AYUDA CON CELULARES
De viernes a domingo – varios
Nuevamente este año nos hemos asociado
con Get Green To Get Green, organización
que recicla los teléfonos celulares. Los in-
gresos generados a partir de esta actividad
serán donados a Catholic Relief Services
(CRS) para ser destinados a Pakistán y
Haití.
CHAT CON ARZOBISPO >
Viernes, 10:15 - 11 – Tech Center
Únete a nosotros en la mañana del
viernes para chatear con el arzobispo
de Los Ángeles, José Gomez, quien
iniciará su primero sesión online, con
estudiantes de St. Thomas the Apostle
School en Los Angeles.
< GANA UN iPAD
De viernes a domingo – Stand de ORE,
Hall A
Pase por el stand de la Oficina de Educación
Religiosa para adquirir información acerca
de cómo ganar tu propio iPad. El stand de
la oficina se encuentra cerca del centro de
la Sala de Exposiciones. También ven a
conocer la nueva área de difusión y entra en
la acción durante las entrevistas a presenta-
dores, artistas, expositores y otros, todo ésto
desde la Sala de Exposición A!
< ILUMINACIONES SAGRADAS
Sábado, 8 - 9 pm – Convención 213
Nuevamente regresa al Congreso 2010
las “Sacred Illuminations,” coreografía
mística de luz y sonido. Incorporando
las innovaciones del arte fotográfico y
reflexiones de Hna. Rose Marie Tulacz,
SND, reflejarán la Abundancia In-
creíble del sagrado, de la quietud, de la
forma, del divino, a nuestra humanidad.
Ven a reflexionar y rezar.
2011 EXHIBICIÓN DE ARTE >
De viernes a domingo – Arena Lobby
Congreso 2011 cuenta con La Biblia de
San Juan – la primera Biblia manuscrita
e iluminada realizada por un monasterio
benedictino después de la invención de la
imprenta. Un equipo de 14 calígrafos y
artistas ya han completado seis de los siete
volúmenes que componen la Biblia de San
Juan. Ven a gozar de las reproducciones
artísticas de estos seis primeros volúmenes.
MUESTRA DE CINE. 2011 >
Viernes, 8 -10 pm – Convención 201
Este año, “Film Showcase 2010,”
en colaboración con la Universidad
Loyola Marymount, presenta extrac-
tos de un número de largometrajes nar-
rativos, cortometrajes, documentales
y películas basan en la doctrina social
católica, la justicia, el ministerio, es-
piritualidad y teología.
RECUERDOS CONGRESO >
De viernes a domingo - Salón A
Asegúrese de no perderse nuestras re-
cuerdos del congresos – prendedores,
lapiceras, imanes y mucho más!
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ARTICULOS PERDIDOS
Si usted encontró o perdió algo, por favor diríjase al
salón de Convenciones AR 1.
AUDIO-GRABACIÓN
Muchas de las sesiones serán grabadas (indicado con el
símbolo de ). Los audio casetes estarán disponibles
a la venta en el puesto de casetes del Centro de Con-
venciones localizado al este del Pasillo A (Hall A).
CENTRO DE MENSAJES TELEFÓNICOS
El centro de mensajes, situado en el Pasillo A (Hall A),
puede recibir mensajes. Para dejar un mensaje, llamen
al (714) 765-8883 o (714) 765-8884.
Viernes: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sábado: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Domingo: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
COMIDA / CONCESIONES
El Centro de Convenciones ofrece diariamente dife-
rentes opciones de comida en el Pasillo A (Hall A).
Desayuno Continental: 8:00 am - 9:30 am
Almuerzo: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Carritos de concesiones: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
ESTACIONAMIENTO
El estacionamiento durante el día está disponible
en la estructura de estacionamiento del Centro de
Conven ciones al precio de $12 por día sin privilegios
de entradas y salidas.
GAFETES / BOLETOS
Los gafetes con sus nombres deberán ser portados
en todo momento. Los boletos son necesarios para
la admisión tanto en las sesiones generales como en
los talleres.
RESERVACIÓN DE ASIENTOS
Se permite reservar asientos para sus amigos, sola-
mente hasta 10 minutos antes de que empiece la sesión.
Después de este tiempo, le rogamos deje los asientos
libres, y permita que otra persona los ocupe.
Le pedimos que si usted está guardando el asiento para
alguien, y un voluntario del congreso le pide que le
deje ese asiento a alguien más, siga las instrucciones
que le sean dadas.
EMERGENCIAS
En caso de alguna emergencia, póngase, por favor,
en contacto con la persona más próxima que esté
portando un listón oficial del congreso blanco o azul,
estas personas están en contacto radial y pueden
conseguir ayuda inmediata. Para una emergencia
que consideren de vida o muerte, por favor llamen al
9-1-1.
FUMADORES
No se permite fumar en el centro de convenciones, hay
varios patios asignados dónde será permitido.
INFORMACIÓN DEL CONFERENCISTA
HORAS DE EXIBICIÓN
Las exhibiciones están localizadas en el Pasillo A
(Hall A). Ver páginas 99-104 con el listado de las
exhibiciones. Las exhibiciones abrirán durante las
siguientes horas:
Viernes: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sábado: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Domingo: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
INFORMACION ACERCA DE LOS SALONES DE
HOSPITALIDAD
Para dar o conseguir información acerca del salón
de hospitalidad de su parroquia, favor de revisar el
pizarrón de información en el Pasillo A (Hall A).
PRIMEROS AUXILIOS
Una estación de Primeros Auxilios para problemas de
salud rutinarios estará localizada en la galería afuera
del área del Pasillo A (Hall A).
RESERVACIONES DE RESTAURANTE
En Además de nuestra lista en las páginas 80-81, en
la galería a fuera del área del Hall A puede encontrar
menus y a la vez hacer reservaciones:
Viernes y Sábado: 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Domingo: 11:00 am - 3:30 pm
TELEFONOS CELULARES / PAGERS
Como señal de respeto hacia los conferenciastas y
otros participantes, por favor apaguen sus teléfonos y
pagers durante las liturgias y talleres.
TALLERES
Para asistir a los talleres debe tener el boleto apropiado
para ese taller. Nadie podrá entrar a los talleres sin
boleto. Puede usar su boleto para asistir al taller de la
Arena o la Sala B pero este taller no es para personas
sin boletos. Por favor no olvide apagar su teléfono
celular y pager.
Todos los talleres comenzarán a tiempo. Algunos con-
ferencistas han pedido que no dejemos entrar a perso-
nas que lleguen tarde. También les pedimos, que traten
de no salirse del taller durante la presentación. La
mayoría de los talleres tiene un descanso, le pedimos
que si desea no continuar en el taller use este tiempo
para irse ya que así no perturbará al conferencista ni
a los otros participantes.
CAMBIO DE BOLETOS
Se pueden cambiar boletos de los talleres que tengan
lugares disponibles durante el día viernes a partir del
medio día en la ventanilla del puesto de inscripción
localizada en el area de prefunción. Nota: Todos los
boletos pueden ser usados para entrar a las sesiones
de la Arena y el Hall B.
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1-51 Construyendo la parroquia del nuevo milenio (Convention) 205
- Dr. Augusto Castañeda
1-52 Buscando el hilo común entre pandillas, la paz y ser Católico (Clarion) Orangewood
- Richard Jones
1-53 El perfil profético de Jesús en el Evangelio de Lucas (Marriott) Marquis North
- Armando Noguez Alcántara
1-54 Hablemos del “chamuco”: Actitudes cristianas ante el bien y el mal (Hilton) Pacific C
- Dr. Hosffman Ospino
1-55 Del ministerio al misterio - Rev. Domingo Rodríguez Zambrana (Convention) Hall B
1-56 Formando Discipulos y Seguidores de Cristo - Maruja Sedano (Convention) 303
SESIÓN 2 – 1:00 - 2:30 pm AG LUGAR
2-51 Camino hacia el norte: Espiritualidad de la migración (Clarion) Orangewood
- Maria Arroyo y Lucrecia Oliva Muralles
2-52 La educación emocional en la familia - Ana García-Mina Freire (Convention) Hall B
2-53 Evangelización de jóvenes: Mejores prácticas recomendadas para (Convention) Ballroom AB
adultos latinos - P. Michael Lee
2-54 “Dejen que los niños vengan a mi” - Rafael Moreno — (Convention) 204
2-55 La música en la pastoral: Un medio efectivo de compañía y (Convention) 207 D
evangelización - Jorge Rivera
2-56 Cantos para acompañar el caminar: Los cantos procesionales — (Convention) Ballroom C
- Pedro Rubalcava
SESIÓN 3 – 3:00 - 4:30 pm AG LUGAR
3-51 Madres al pie de la cruz - Rita Chairez y Amalia Molina (Hilton) Pacific AB
3-52 ¡Mantente firme…confía! “El matrimonio es un llamado divino…” (Convention) Ballroom AB
- Maria Covarrubias
3-53 Cantemos al Señor – ¿Cómo puede realmente ayudarme este — (Convention) Ballroom C
documento? - Santiago Fernández
3-54 Modelos del ministerio pastoral en la comunidad hispana (Clarion) Orangewood
- P. Charles Dahm
3-55 ¿Es mi grupo un grupo sano? - Sr. Glenda Hernandez (Convention) Hall B
3-56 El catequista y la diversidad cultural - Dra. Fanny Cepeda Pedraza (Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
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SESIÓN 4 – 10:00 - 11:30 am AG LUGAR
4-51 Como mejorar la comunicación en nuestras familias (Marriott) Marquis Center-S
- Ana García-Mina Freire
4-52 Los sacramentos en la vida cotidiana - Dr. Timothy Matovina (Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
4-53 Soy Catequista: La espiritualidad de la vocación (Convention) Hall B
- Victor Valenzuela
4-54 La comunidad de Juan ante el imperio - Armando Noguez Alcántara (Sheraton) Tiffany Terrace
4-55 El ministerio laical y la planificación pastoral (Convention) 201 ABC
- P. Domingo Rodríguez Zambrana
4-56 RCIA: La joya perdida y olvidada - P. Richard Vega (Sheraton) Park Ballroom
4-57 ¿Un nuevo Misal Romano? ¿Qué pasa con eso? (Hilton) Pacific D
- Obispo Gabino Zavala
SESIÓN 5 – 1:00 - 2:30 pm AG LUGAR
5-51 La catequesis con niños pequeños - Luis Benavides (Convention) Hall B
5-52 Rituales para el hogar hispano durante la temporada de adviento, (Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
navidad y tiempo ordinario - Estela García-López y Rodolfo López
5-53 Cómo desarrollar un ministerio pastoral a víctimas de violencia (Hilton) Pacific AB
domestica - P. Charles Dahm
5-54 Muriendo para vivir: Una teologia de migracion - P. Daniel Groody (Convention) 213
5-55 ¿Diferentes formas de orar las escrituras? - Hna. Glenda Hernandez (Convention) Ballroom DE
5-56 El llamado vocacional es un derecho de todo bautizado (Convention) 211
- Jorge Rivera
5-57 La voluntad de Dios para las mujeres - Dora Tobar Mensbrugghe (Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
SESIÓN 6 – 3:00 - 4:30 pm AG LUGAR
6-51 ¿Dónde está el amigo que siempre busco? (Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
- P. Rubén Francisco Bellante
6-52 Pastoral juvenil hispana en los Estados Unidos: Cristo camina (Clarion) Orangewood
contigo - P. Guillermo Campuzano
6-53 Felicidad del camino - José-Román Flecha Andres (Convention) Hall B
6-54 Llamados a ser catequistas - P. Alvaro Ginel Vielva (Marriott) Marquis Center-S
6-55 La voz de la asamblea: La música en la liturgia - Peter Kolar — (Marriott) Orange County
6-56 “A Dios rogando y con el mazo dando” y nosotros evangelizando (Convention) 201 ABC
- Lupita Vital Cruz
6-57 Para un Compromiso Transformador - Luigi Zanotto (Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
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7-51 El norte como segundo hogar: Espiritualidad de la migración (Convention) 202
- Maria Arroyo y Oliva Muralles
7-52 La iniciación al silencio y a la oración en los niños - Luis Benavides (Convention) Ballroom DE
7-53 Rituales para el hogar hispano durante la temporada de cuaresma, (Convention) 209
pascua y tiempo ordinario - Estela García-López y Rodolfo López
7-54 Formando jóvenes santos - Juan Carlos Montenegro (Convention) Hall B
7-55 La Iglesia del siglo XXI en los Estados Unidos y el compromiso (Convention) 201 ABC
latino - Dr. Hosffman Ospino
7-56 El Pan que Recibimos: Preparación y Celebración de la (Marriott) Grand Ballrm F-K
Primera Comunión
7-57 Catequizando no cotorreando - Lupita Vital Cruz (Marriott) Marquis North
7-58 Formación de Agentes de Pastoral de Adultos - Luigi Zanotto (Hilton) Pacific D
ASAMBLEA GENERAL
Sala B – Domingo, 8:30 am
DORA TOBAR MENSBRUGGHE
“Cómo Hablar de Dios a las Mujeres y Hombres de Hoy”
La cosmovisión o representación que el ser humano tenía de la realidad ha
cambiado. Ese cambio ha hecho que las nuevas generaciones, en especial los jóvenes,
se alejen de la fe y no encuentren en la Iglesia y sus discursos el mensaje de sentido
y salvación que en el fondo todos los humanos buscamos. Es por tanto urgente que
todos los predicadores y ministros identifi quemos esos cambios y respondamos a
ellos, tal y como el Concilio Vaticano II lo sugirió y nos llamó a hacerlo.
Dora Tobar Mensbrugghe, de origen colombiano, ha dedicado los últimos 20
años de su vida a la promoción del evangelio tanto a nivel universito como par-
roquial y popular. Es Profesora del Programa de Diaconado Permanente en la
Arquidiócesis de Washington, D.C., y Profesora del Instituto de Formación de la
Diócesis de Arlington, Virginia.
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SESIÓN 8 – 1:00 - 2:30 pm AG LUGAR
8-51 La búsqueda del padre … la experiencia de ser hijo (Hilton) Pacific C
- P. Rubén Francisco Bellante
8-52 ¡SOY joven, SOY propuesta, SOY desafío! (Marriott) Grand Ballrm A-E
- P. Guillermo Campuzano
8-53 Respeto a la creación - José-Román Flecha Andres (Hilton) Pacific AB
8-54 Es posible transmitir la fe - P. Alvaro Ginel Vielva (Convention) Hall B
8-55 ¿Que nos enseña la pareja de Nazaret a las parejas de hoy? (Sheraton) Plaza Ballroom
- Dra. Fanny Cepeda Pedraza
8-56 Contemplando el Evangelio: El Método de San Ignacio de Loyola (Convention) Ballroom AB
de Aliviar tu Corazón – P. Michael Kennedy y Javier Ellis Stauring
8-57 Sublime gracia: Una historia de supervivencia, fe y esperanza (Convention) 203
en el corredor de la muerte de América - Juan Meléndez-Colón

MISAS ESPAÑOL
Viernes y Sábado – 5:15 pm
Combinando la música, el
ritual y el espíritu de los par-
ticipantes que hablan dos idi-
omas – español e inglés. Estas
Misas honrará la riqueza y los
talentos de nuestras culturas
y afi rmará nuestra llamada
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ARENA Friday, March 18, 2011 • 8:30 am
OPENING RITE & WELCOME
Friday, March 18, 2011 • 8:30 am
CALL TO WORSHIP
Ni Jani Gani Israel Kagaruki, arr. Eugene Rogers
Ni jina gani ulimwenguni litupasalo What name in all the earth is greatest?
Si uongo kweli ni jina la bwana Yesu Truly it is the name of God
Nalipenda I love it,
jina hilo that name;
Ninaringa natamba nalo jina la Yesu I boast and stomp because of that name.
Welcome Chris de Silva
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ARENA
Ven y Sigueme Santiago Fernández
Refrain
Santiago Fernández © 2005. OCP Publications. Used with permission. All rights reserved.
COLLECT
PROCLAMATION Presented by Rev. J-Glenn Murray
Written by Diana Macalintal
Small Things with Great Love Danielle Rose
Refrain
Lyrics for “Small Things with Great Love” © The Mother Teresa Center, exclusive licensee throughout the world of the Missionaries of
Charity for the works of Mother Teresa. Used with permission. Not for resale, public exhibition broadcast, or Webcast.
Additional text copyright © 2007, Danielle Rose Skorich, published by World Library Publications.
Music copyright © 2007, Danielle Rose Skorich, (published by World Library Publications, 3708 River Road, Suite 400, Franklin Park, IL
60131-2158, www.wlpmusic.com), and Jeff Thomas Publishing/SESAC, used by permission.
All rights reserved. Unauthorized duplication is against the law.
SCRIPTURE Jeremiah 17:7-8
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ARENA Friday, March 18, 2011 • 8:30 am
RESPONSE
Con la Cruz Pedro Rubalcava
Pedro Rubalcava © 1994. Wold Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
REFLECTION Sr. Edith Prendergast, RSC
Director, Office of Religious Education,
Archdiocese of Los Angeles
INTRODUCTION & RITUAL
Stand Firm John Bell
Text: Cameroon Traditional. Tune: Cameroon Traditional; arr. by John L. Bell, Public Domain
REMARKS Archbishop José Gomez
Archbishop of Los Angeles
BLESSING
SENDING FORTH
2011 CONGRESS THEME SONG
People, Rise Up! (Hold Firm) Jacob Israel Villalobos, Matthew Leon
& Michael Paul Leon
(Please see page 65)
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EUCHARISTIC LITURGY • BLACK CULTURE
Friday, March 18, 2011 • 5:15 pm
Rev. J-Glenn Murray, presider
PRELUDE
In the Sanctuary Kurt Carr
GATHERING SONG
Let Us Go Rejoicing Harold Watson, arr. by Kenneth Louis
Copyright © 2010. Kenneth Louis. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
PENITENTIAL RITE
Lord, Have Mercy W. Clifford Petty
Copyright © 2002. W. Clifford Petty. Petty Notes, ASCAP. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
OPENING PRAYER
– LITURGY OF THE WORD –
READING Ezekiel 18:21-28
RESPONSORIAL PSALM Psalm 34
The Lord Hears the Cry of the Poor W. Cliff ord Petty
Copyright © 2009. W. Clifford Petty. World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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ARENA Friday, March 18, 2011 • 5:15 pm
GOSPEL ACCLAMATION Kenneth Louis
from Mass of St. Cyprian, Copyright © 2001. GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
GOSPEL PROCLAMATION Matthew 5:20-26
HOMILY
PRAYER OF THE FAITHFUL Ray East
Response
Copyright © 1997. Ray East. GIA Publications. All Rights Reserved. Used with permission.
– LITURGY OF THE EUCHARIST –
PRESENTATION OF THE GIFTS
Lord, I Want to Be A Christian Jolanda Robertson
Copyright © 2010. Jolanda Robertson. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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HOLY
Mass of St. Cyprian Kenneth Louis
from Mass of St. Cyprian, Copyright © 2001. GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
MEMORIAL ACCLAMATION Kenneth Louis
from Mass of St. Cyprian, Copyright © 2001. GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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ARENA Friday, March 18, 2011 • 5:15 pm
AMEN Kenneth Louis
from Mass of St. Cyprian, Copyright © 2001. GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
LORD’S PRAYER
SIGN OF PEACE
LAMB OF GOD Kenneth Louis
from Mass of St. Cyprian, Copyright © 2001. GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
COMMUNION SONGS
Just For Me arr. M. Roger Holland II
Refrain
Copyright © 2000. M. Roger Holland II. GIA Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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Jesus Christ Is the Way Walter Hawkins
Refrain
I will open up my heart to everyone I see and say, Jesus Christ is the way.
Walter Hawkins © 1977. Libris Music. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
SONG OF THANKSGIVING
How Great Is Our God Chris Tomlin; arr. W. Clifford Petty
Chris Tomlin. Arrangement by W. Clifford Petty © 2011. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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ARENA Friday, March 18, 2011 • 5:15 pm
RECESSIONAL
Jesus You Brought Me All the Way Kenneth Louis
Refrain
Copyright © 2001. Kenneth Louis. GIA Publications. All Rights Reserved. Used with permission.
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ARENA
MORNING PRAISE
Saturday, March 19, 2011 • 8:00 am
Diana Macalintal, presider
MORNING HYMN
With the Rising Sun Donna Peña
Refrain
Donna Peña © 1992. GIA Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
SIGN OF THE CROSS
– PSALMODY –
(please be seated)
PSALM 27
Mi Luz y Mi Salvación Santiago Fernández
Santiago Fernández © 2004. OCP Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
PSALM PRAYER (please stand) Response: Amen
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ARENA Saturday, March 19, 2011 • 8:00 am
– SERVICE OF THE WORD –
ANTIPHON
Thula Swaziland trad.
Words and Music: Swaziland traditional.
READING (please be seated) Lamentations 3:21-25
REFLECTION Diana Macalintal
GOSPEL CANTICLE (please stand)
Blessed Be the Lord Gary Daigle and Darryl Ducote
Copyright © 1985 by Damean Music. Distributed by GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
INTERCESSIONS Donna Peña
Response
Copyright © 2000. Donna Peña. GIA Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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ARENA
LORD’S PRAYER
FINAL BLESSING
SONG OF SENDING
We Are Marching South African
Copyright © 1984. Utryck, Walton Music Corporation, agent. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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ARENA Saturday, March 19, 2011 • 5:15 pm
EUCHARISTIC LITURGY • YOUNG ADULT
Saturday, March 19, 2011 • 5:15 pm
Msgr. Kevin Kostelnik, presider
GATHERING SONG
Better Is One Day Matt Redman
Refrain
Matt Redman © 1995 Thankyou Music (Admin. by EMI Christian Music Publishing). CCLI. All rights Reserved. Used with permission.
PENITENTIAL RITE
Glory To God Jesse Manibusan
Refrain
Jesse Manibusan © 1993. OCP Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
OPENING PRAYER
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ARENA
– LITURGY OF THE WORD –
READING I 2 Samuel 7:4-5a, 12-14a, 16
RESPONSORIAL PSALM Psalm 89
Jacob Israel Villalobos, Matthew Leon
Response and Michael Paul Leon
Jacob Israel Villalobos, Matthew Leon and Michael Paul Leon © 2011. World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
READING II Romans 4:13, 16-18, 22
GOSPEL ACCLAMATION Jacob Israel Villalobos, Matthew Leon
and Michael Paul Leon
Jacob Israel Villalobos, Matthew Leon and Michael Paul Leon© 2009. World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
GOSPEL PROCLAMATION Matthew 1:16, 18-21, 24a
HOMILY
PRAYER OF THE FAITHFUL Jacob Israel Villalobos, Matthew Leon

Response
and Michael Paul Leon
Jacob Israel Villalobos, Matthew Leon and Michael Paul Leon © 2011. World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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ARENA Saturday, March 19, 2011 • 5:15 pm
– LITURGY OF THE EUCHARIST –
PRESENTATION OF THE GIFTS
Take This Life Jacob Israel Villalobos, Matthew Leon

Refrain
and Michael Paul Leon
Copyright © 2011. World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
HOLY
Mass of Creation Marty Haugen
from Mass of Creation, Marty Haugen © 1984. GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
MEMORIAL ACCLAMATION Marty Haugen
from Mass of Creation, Marty Haugen © 1984. GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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AMEN Marty Haugen
from Mass of Creation, Marty Haugen © 1984. GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
LORD’S PRAYER
SIGN OF PEACE
LAMB OF GOD Matt Maher
from Mass of St. Timothy. Matt Maher © 2001. OCP Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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ARENA Saturday, March 19, 2011 • 5:15 pm
COMMUNION SONGS
In This Place Trevor Thomson
Refrain
Text © 1996, Victoria Thomson. Music © 1996, Trevor Thomson.
Published by spiritandsong.com®, a division of OCP. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
All I Need Jacob Israel Villalobos, Matthew Leon

Refrain
and Michael Paul Leon
Jacob Israel Villalobos, Matthew Leon and Michael Paul Leon © 2011.
World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
So Beautiful Jacob Israel Villalobos, Matthew Leon

Refrain
and Michael Paul Leon
Jacob Israel Villalobos, Matthew Leon, Michael Paul Leon © 2009.
World Library Publications, All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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POST-COMMUNION MEDITATION
Let Us Stand Jacob Israel Villalobos, Matthew Leon

Verse 1
and Michael Paul Leon
Refrain
Verse 2
Jacob Israel Villalobos, Matthew Leon and Michael Paul Leon © 2008.
World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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ARENA Saturday, March 19, 2011 • 5:15 pm
SENDING FORTH
Everyday Jacob Israel Villalobos, Matthew Leon

Refrain
and Michael Paul Leon
Verse 1
Love has spoken, Spirit of wisdom breathe on us.
We are chosen for you, Holy Spirit. Spirit of fire rain down on us.
We are chosen for you.
Pre-chorus
Beautiful perfection shining forth from God.
Send us out to glorify you and proclaim your love.
Verse 2
Let chains be broken, Spirit of justice deliver us.
We are chosen for you, Holy Spirit. Spirit of mercy reign over us.
We forever belong to you.
Jacob Israel Villalobos, Matthew Leon and Michael Paul Leon © 2009.
World Library Publications. All Rights Reserved. Used with permission.
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ARENA
CLOSING EUCHARISTIC LITURGY
Sunday, March 20, 2011
8:00 am • Bishop Tod Brown, presider
3:30 pm • Archbishop José Gomez, presider
GATHERING SONGS ♦ CANTOS DE ENTRADA
Nzamuanza Mozambican Melody
Translation: I worship Christ, O be joyful. We are made in the image of God.
Xitawa “Hallelujah” song. Mozambican melody.
Words and music © 1998. General Board of Global Ministries. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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ARENA Sunday, March 20, 2011 • 8:00 am & 3:30 pm
Welcome Chris de Silva
Chris de Silva © 2008. GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
Canten Al Señor / Sing to God Donna Peña
Donna Peña © 1998. OCP Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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ARENA
Come, All You People arr. Gary Daigle
Verses 4–7
4. Fire, wind, snow and rain: 6. Friend and stranger, host and guest:
Blizzard, earthquake, hurricane: Refugee and resident:
Thunderclouds and lightening: Native, alien and homeless:
5. Citizens and immigrants: 7. Young and old, rich and poor:
Laborers and management: Weak and strong, broken, cured:
Lobbyists and government: Lonely, loved, afraid, secure:
Refrain
Text: Alexander Gondo; additional text: Gary Daigle © 2008 by GIA Publications.
Music: Alexander Gondo; adapt. by Gary Daigle from arr. by John Bell © 2008. GIA Publications Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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ARENA Sunday, March 20, 2011 • 8:00 am & 3:30 pm
PENETENTIAL RITE ♦ ACTO PENITENCIAL
Kyrie arr. Gary Daigle
Music: Alexander Gondo; adapt. by Gary Daigle © 2011. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
OPENING PRAYER ♦ ORACIÓN COLECTA
– LITURGY OF THE WORD ♦ LITURGIA DE LA PALABRA –
FIRST READING ♦ PRIMERA LECTURA Genesis 12:1-4a
PSALM ♦ SALMO Psalm 32 (33)
Refrain Carlos Rosas
Text © 1970, Comisión Episcopal Española de Liturgia
Music: Carlos Rosas © 2000, OCP Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
SECOND READING ♦ SECUNDA LECTURA 2 Timothy 1:8b-10
GOSPEL ACCLAMATION ♦ ACLAMACIÓN ANTES DEL EVANGELIO
Acclamation Janèt Sullivan Whitaker
Janèt Sullivan Whitaker © 2006. OCP Publications. All Rights reserved. Used with permission.
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GOSPEL ♦ EVANGELIO Matthew 17:1-9
HOMILY ♦ HOMILIA
DISMISSAL OF THE CATECHUMENS
Come and Follow Me Tom Franzak
Tom Franzak © 1997. GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
– LITURGY OF THE EUCHARIST ♦ LITURGIA EUCARISTICA –
PREPARATION OF THE GIFTS ♦ OFERTORIO
Esta es çena de amor llena (This Is the Supper of Love) Tomás Pascual (1595-1635)
Translation:
This is a supper full of love, this is a supper of love.
When we are in this supper there is love,
and it is that He has ordained as a great glory.
The supper of love incites a joining with the Beloved Lover,
of love with Sacred Love, and of Love that is His essence.
Since such a supper was created it has been maintained for all.
This alone unites us because it includes His essence.
Tomás Pascual (Max Quin) fl. c. 1595-1635. Arranged by Christopher Moroney © 1999.
World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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ARENA Sunday, March 20, 2011 • 8:00 am & 3:30 pm
HOLY ♦ SANTO Jesse Manibusan

Music: Misa del Mundo, © 1993, Jesse Manibusan. Published by OCP Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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MEMORIAL ACCLAMATION ♦ACLAMACIÓN MEMORIAL Jesse Manibusan
Music: Misa del Mundo, © 1993, Jesse Manibusan. Published by OCP Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
AMEN ♦ AMÉN Jesse Manibusan
Music: Misa del Mundo, © 1993, Jesse Manibusan. Published by OCP Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
LAMB OF GOD / CORDERO DE DIOS Jesse Manibusan
Music: Misa del Mundo, © 1993, Jesse Manibusan. Published by OCP Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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COMMUNION SONGS ♦ CANTOS DE COMUNIÓN
I Am the Living Bread Ed Bolduc
Refrain
Text from the New American Bible with Revised Testament and Psalms, © 1998, 1997, 1970, CCD Washington, DC.
Music: Ed Bolduc © 2008. World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
Vao Doi / Enter the Fullness of Life Nguyen Trinh
Text and Music: Nguyen Van Trinh; (English trans. by Rufino Zaragoza, OFM) © 1976, 2006.
Published by spiritandsong.com. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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La Copa de la Bendición Pedro Rubalcava
Refrain
Pedro Rubalcava © 2000, World Library Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
SONG OF THANKSGIVING ♦ CANTO DE ACCIÓ DE GRACIAS
River of Hope Susan J. Paul
Refrain
Verse 1
I journey to the heart of life, to the river of hope, the face of Christ, where all of
life blesses me and all of love sets me free. Somewhere deep inside of me there’s a
place that gives me all I need. Refrain
Bridge
I know there’s a river, and I know there’s a river, and I know there’s a river of hope.
Verse 2
The voice within guides me hope, assuring me I’m never alone, Where I go I
carry love. Where I am, I’m in love. Somewhere deep inside of me there’s a place
that gives me all I need. Refrain
Susan J. Paul © 2003 GIA Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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CLOSING SONG ♦ CANTO DE SALIDA
2011 CONGRESS THEME SONG
People, Rise Up! Jacob Israel Villalobos, Matthew Leon,
& Michael Paul Leon
Verse 1
Steadfast we walk this journey with Christ,
the love of God rooted in our lives.
Led by your love we go where you lead,
Proclaiming “Christ!” and blessing the nations.
Refrain / Estribillo
Verse 2
Somos las manos y los pies de Cristo. We are the hands and feet of Christ
Caminamos en su amor, Marching in love; shining in light.
Brillando su luz con fervor y sin temor. Lord, we rise and will not be afraid
Queremos ser el amor de Dios al mundo. To be the love of God forever.
Bridge
¡Mantente firme, confía!
Verse 3
You call us to live holy lives,
So here and now, for your glory we rise!
Your grace bestowed on us, your chosen people
Sent to shine the light of Christ forever!
Music and lyrics by Jacob Israel Villalobos, Matthew Leon, & Michael Paul Leon.
Spanish translation by Michael Debellis, Alma Leon, and Peter Kolar.
Text and music © 2011, World Library Publications. All rights reserved. wlpmusic.com. From the recording Trust.
Jacob Israel Villalobos, Matthew Leon and Michael Paul Leon © 2010. Spanish translation by Alma Leon.
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Support Staff
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Elementary
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Young Adult
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Confirmation (Spanish)
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(Santa Barbara Region)
Confirmation, Junior High and
Youth Ministry
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Support Staff
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ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR
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Religious Education Congress
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Office of Religious Education
(213) 637-7303
http://archdiocese.la/ore
REGIONAL OFFICES
OUR LADY OF THE ANGELS
O.L.A. Region Pastoral Center
5835 W Slauson Ave
Culver City, CA 90230
(310) 216-9587
David Lara (Coordinator)
dlara@olapr.org
Julio Cruz (Support Staff)
jcruz@olapr.org
SAN FERNANDO REGION
Alemany High School
15101 San Fernando Mission Blvd.
Mission Hills, CA 91345
Mailing Address:
PO Box 7608
Mission Hills, CA 91346
(818) 365-5123
Margaret Sardo (Coordinator)
msardo@sfpr.org
Juan Garcia (Support Staff)
jgarcia@sfpr.org
SAN GABRIEL REGION
San Gabriel Region Pastoral Center
16009 E Cypress Ave
Irwindale, CA 91706
(626) 962-7707
Christina Lujan (Coordinator)
clugan@sgpr.org
Natalie Aviles (Support Staff)
naviles@sgpr.org
SAN PEDRO REGION
San Pedro Region Pastoral Center
3555 S Pancratius Pl
Lakewood, CA 90712
(562) 630-6272
Karina Plascencia (Coordinator)
karina@sppr.org
Nancy Longo (Support Staff)
nancy@sppr.org
SANTA BARBARA REGION
Bishop García Diego Center
4032 La Colina Rd
Santa Barbara, CA 93110
(805) 569-1135
Sue Spies (Coordinator)
sue@sbpr.org
Lisa Goschan (Support Staff)
lisa@sppr.org
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We invite you to drop by and meet the bishops and people who head the ministries of the Office of Re-
ligious Education. The ORE Staff Booth is located in the center of Hall A. The following are scheduled
days and hours:
FRIDAY, MARCH 19
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Lourdes Gonzalez-Rubio
Fr. David Loftus
Margaret Sardo
Sue Spies
Ernesto Vega
Bishop Gerald Wilkerson
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Bishop Thomas Curry
Early Childhood
Alberto Embry
Dione Grillo
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Bishop Edward Clark
David Lara
A. Karina Plascencia
Alberto Embry
Katie Zeigler
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Douglas Leal
Martha Nuñez
Bishop Oscar Solis
SATURDAY, MARCH 20
8:00 am - 10:00 am
Lourdes Gonzalez-Rubio
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Bishop Thomas Curry
Early Childhood
Alberto Embry
Christina Lujan
Mike Norman
Martha Nuñez
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Heather MacDonald
Ernesto Vega
Sue Spies
Bishop Gerald Wilkerson
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
David Lara
Fr. David Loftus
A. Karina Plascencia
Bishop Gabino Zavala
Katie Zeigler
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Bishop Edward Clark
Elementary Catechesis
STAFF BOOTH SCHEDULE
O.R.E. PROGRAMS
SUNDAY, MARCH 21
8:00 am - 10:00 am
Lourdes Gonzalez-Rubio
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Bishop Edward Clark
Jan Pedroza
Fr. David Loftus
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Dione Grillo
Douglas Leal
Mike Norman
Martha Nuñez
Katie Zeigler
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Bishop Thomas Curry
Alberto Embry
Christina Lujan
Heather MacDonald
Margaret Sardo
ADULT CATECHESIS / CATEQUESIS PARA PERSONAS ADULTAS CONTACT/O
Annual Silent Directed Retreat Fr. David Loftus
Five-day silent retreat with personal spiritual direction. (213) 637-7654
Catholic Bible Institute Fr. David Loftus
A three-year program of comprehensive study for parish Bible-study leadership. (213) 637-7654
Distance Learning Fr. David Loftus
An online, Internet-based, e-learning partnership with the University of Dayton. (213) 637-7654
Why Catholic? Fr. David Loftus
Local support for parishes engaged in this program from Renew International (213) 637-7654
Human Sexuality Education Douglas Leal
Formation and training programs; Summer Institute, June 2011. (213) 637-7498
Instituto Bíblico Católico – Estudio de las Escrituras Cristianas Martha Nuñez
Un programa de nivel básico para estudiar la Biblia (16 sesiones). (213) 637-7705
Instituto Bíblico Católico – Estudio de las Escrituras Hebreas Martha Nuñez
Un programa de nivel básico para estudiar la Biblia (16 sesiones). (213) 637-7705
Instituto Bíblico Católico – Curso Avanzado Biblico Martha Nuñez
Un programa de tres años, se adquiere certificación como animador/a biblico/a. (213) 637-7705
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ADULT CATECHESIS / CATEQUESIS PARA PERSONAS ADULTAS (cont.) CONTACT/O
Peregrinación Martha Nuñez
Viaje de peregrinación y estudio a Israel cada dos años (213) 637-7705
Cursos de Verano 2011 Julio 9 y 10 & Julio 16 y 17 Ernesto Vega
Cursos sobre teología, Sagradas Escrituras, Liturgia, medios de comunicación y más. (213) 637-7345
Certificación para el Ministerio con Adultos L. Gonzalez-Rubio
Entrenamiento (nivel avanzado) para líderes en el ministerio con los adultos. (213) 637-7344
Especialización para Catequistas de Adultos (Básica y Advanzada) L. Gonzalez-Rubio
Un programa para personas que trabajan en la catequesis con adultos. (213) 637-7344
Instituto de Pastoral y Evangelización Ernesto Vega
Programa de formación pastoral a nivel básico e intermedio. (213) 637-7345
Capacitación y Práctica de Oración Meditativa Ernesto Vega
Entender las dinámicas de oración y discernimiento: ayuda a todos los lideres. (213) 637-7345
Formación para Ministerios en los Medios de Comunicación Ernesto Vega
Pautas de formación técnica y religiosa en las áreas de los medios de comunicación. (213) 637-7345
Formación Continua en la Fe Ernesto Vega
Oportunidades de formación para el enriquecimiento continúo en la fe. (213) 637-7345
Capacitación para hacer Retiros para Adultos Ernesto Vega
Capacitación para aprender lo esencial para hacer retiros con adultos. (213) 637-7345
Especialización para la Formación de Fe para Adultos Ernesto Vega
Capacitación esencial en la formación de fe para adultos. (213) 637-7345
CATECHIST FORMATION / FORMACIÓN DE CATEQUISTAS
Basic Catechist Formation Fr. David Loftus
Faith enrichment and basic theological formation for the beginning catechist. (213) 637-7654
Advanced Catechetical Ministries Fr. David Loftus
Three-year formation program for Advanced Catechetical Leadership. (213) 637-7654
Formación Básica para Catequistas L. Gonzalez-Rubio
Formación en la fe y en las habilidades para catequistas que comienzan. (213) 637-7344
Ministerios Catequéticos Avanzados L. Gonzalez-Rubio
Tres años de formación avanzada para Líderes Catequéticos y parroquiales. (213) 637-7344
EARLY CHILDHOOD & ELEMENTARY / ELEMENTAL
Early Childhood Certifications Jan Pedroza
Spring 2011 - St. Pius X in Santa Fe Springs April 2, 9 & 16 (213) 637-7352
Summer 2011 - St. Dominic in Los Angeles June 11, 18 & 25
Early Childhood Director’s Workshop/Brunch Our Lady Ventura - June 4, 2011 Jan Pedroza
Workshop and networking for Early Childhood Coordinators and DREs. (213) 637-7352
Elementary Catechist Specialization Dione Grillo
Two-day specialization for catechists and coordinators. (213) 637-7410
Elementary Religious Education and Sacramental Preparation Dione Grillo
Workshops, in-services and retreats for parents/guardians and children. (213) 637-7410
Enrichment Opportunities / Textbook Evaluation / LOWC/CLOW Dione Grillo
Workshops, in-services and retreats to equip DREs and catechists. (213) 637-7410
Elementary Specialization / Enrichment Opportunities / Textbook Evaluation Martha Nuñez
Workshops, in-services and retreats to equip catechists. (213) 637-7705
Especialización para Catequistas de Elemental Martha Nuñez
Dos cursos (básico y avanzado) para Catequistas y Maestros de Catequistas. (213) 637-7705
YOUNG ADULT MINISTRY / PASTORAL JUVENIL
Formación de Especialización Básica para Agentes de Pastoral Juvenil Alberto Embry
Se realizan en centros destinados por cada Mesa Regional, 20 sesiones/3 horas c/u. (213) 637-7355
Formación de Especialización Avanzada en Pastoral Juvenil Alberto Embry
Dos años teóricos, uno de práctica parroquial donde ponen en práctica un proyecto. (213) 637-7355
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YOUNG ADULT MINISTRY / PASTORAL JUVENIL (cont.)
Talleres de Formación Complementario para Agentes de Pastoral Juvenil Alberto Embry
Talleres de capacitació n específica dentro del Ministerio con Jóvenes Adultos. (213) 637-7355
PJLA Radio Alberto Embry
Radio de jóvenes para jóvenes, viernes de 9-10 pm, sábados de 8-9 pm en 87.7 FM. (213) 637-7355
PJLA Noticias Alberto Embry
Periódico electronico de circulación mensual. (213) 637-7355
YOUTH MINISTRY / MINISTERIO PARA JOVENES ADOLESCENTES
National Certificate Program in Youth Ministry Studies April 2-3, 2011 Katie Zeigler
Weekend course on evangelization and catechesis. (213) 637-7616
Youth Ministry Resource Day April 6, 2011 Katie Zeigler
A day of training on how to plan and enhance retreats. (213) 637-7616
National Certificate Program in Youth Ministry Studies May 21-22, 2011 Katie Zeigler
Weekend course on prayer and worship. (213) 637-7616
Camp Big Deal June 28-July 2, 2011 Heather MacDonald
A week-long retreat for junior high youth of the Santa Barbara Region. (805) 682-5500
Silent Directed Retreats June 20-24 & June 27-July 1, 2011 Katie Zeigler
Two retreat opportunities for adults in ministry. (213) 637-7616
National Certificate Program in Youth Ministry Studies June 20-23 & July 11-14 Katie Zeigler
Intense summer sessions of national training for adults in ministry with youth. (213) 637-7616
Christian Leadership Institute July 254-29 & Aug. 7-12 Mike Norman
Leadership training for high school youth involved in ministry. (213) 637-7674
S.A.W. (Signed, Anointed, to Witness)
Week-long peer ministry retreat for high school youth who have been Confirmed.
Santa Barbara SAW – Aug. 1-5, 2011 Heather MacDonald (805) 682-5500
Los Angeles SAW – Aug. 1-5, 2011 Andrew Gafvert (818) 710-1662
Confirmation Catechist, Youth Ministry, Young Adolescent Specializations Mike Norman
Two-day training in specific areas of ministry with young people. (213) 637-7674
Confirmation Catechist Aug. 20-21 or Aug. 27-28, 2011
Youth Ministry August 20-21, 2011
Young Adolescent (Jr. High) August 27-28, 2011
Especialización para Catequistas de Confirmación Christina Lujan
Cursos con especialización, talleres y entrenamiento. (626) 962-7707
Capacitación para la Liturgía de la Confirmación Christina Lujan
Día de formación para coordinadores, catequistas o equipos. (626) 962-7707
Día de Capacitación para Retiros con Adolescentes de Confirmación Christina Lujan
Día de formación con catequistas de confirmación y líderes de grupos de adolescentes. (626) 962-7707
Equipo Direccional para el Sacramento de la Confirmación Christina Lujan
Ayudar a coordinar la visión e implementación del entrenamiento y formación. (626) 962-7707
National Catholic Youth Conference (NCYC) Nov. 16-20, 2011 Katie Zeigler
Over 2,000 adults in ministry with young people gather in New Orleans. (213) 637-7616
Youth Ministry/Confirmation/Junior High Ministry
Program development, support, training and formation for coordinators/teams.
San Fernando/Our Lady of the Angels regions Mike Norman (213) 637-7674
San Gabriel/San Pedro regions Katie Zeigler (213) 637-7616
Santa Barbara Region Heather MacDonald (805) 682-5500
Spanish-speaking Confirmation Programs Christina Lujan (626) 962-7707
REGIONAL CONGRESSES / CONGRESOS REGIONALES
San Fernando Regional Congress September 17, 2011 Margaret Sardo (818) 365-5123
San Pedro Regional Congress October 1, 2011 Karina Plascencia (562) 630-6272
Santa Barbara Regional Congress October 8, 2011 Sue Spies (805) 569-1135
San Gabriel Regional Congress October 15, 2011 Eileen Gateley (626) 962-7707
O.L.A. Regional Congress October 22, 2011 David Lara (310) 216-9587
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We acknowledge the following companies who publish works of the following speakers and performing artists.
To find their books, music or where to obtain their materials, please refer to the booth number listings. We
are especially grateful for those companies who have generously sponsored the speakers, noted in color.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
ABBEY PRESS
(Booth 287)
Richard Sparks
AVE MARIA PRESS
(Booths 475, 477, 479, 574, 576, 578)
Michael Amodei
Marilyn Lacey
Joyce Rupp
TWENTY-THIRD
PUBLICATIONS/BAYARD
(Booths 475, 477, 479, 574, 576, 578)
Michael Carotta
Paula D’Arcy
David Haas
Bill Huebsch
Vikki Shepp
Nick Wagner
CATHOLIC BOOK
PUBLISHING CORP.
(Booths 337, 339, 341)
Msgr. James Vlaun
CATHOLIC RELIEF SERVICES
(Booths 319, 321)
Maria Arroyo
Thomas Awiapo
Richard Jones
Ted Miles
Lucrecia Oliva Muralles
CREATIVE COMMUNICATIONS
FOR THE PARISH
(Booth 349)
Paula D’Arcy
Joyce Rupp
THE CROSSROAD
PUBLISHING CO.
(Booth 322)
Michael Crosby
Barbara Fiand
Michael Kennedy
Richard Rohr
Ronald Rolheiser
Tom Sweetser
DOMINICAN SCHOOL OF
PHILOSOPHY & THEOLOGY
(Booth 283)
Michael Sweeney
GIA PUBLICATIONS
(Booths 137, 139, 141, 236, 238, 240)
Tony Alonso
David Haas
Marty Haugen
ValLimar Jansen
Liam Lawton
Donna Peña
HARPER ONE
(Booths 311, 313)
Paul Ford
James Martin
LIGUORI PUBLICATIONS
(Booths 457, 459, 461, 556, 558, 560)
Gerald Coleman
José-Román Flecha Andres
Richard Gaillardetz
Anthony Gittins
Joe Kempf
Richard Sparks
Lupita Vital Cruz
HOMEBOY INDUSTRIES
(Booth 643)
Gregory Boyle
IGNATIUS PRESS
(Booths 260, 262, 264, 266)
Robert Spitzer
LITURGICAL PRESS
(Booths 218, 220, 222)
Eileen Burke-Sullivan
Carol Dempsey
Edward Foley
Paul Ford
Richard Gaillardetz
David Gentry-Akin
Christopher Jamison
J. Patrick Mullen
Barbara Sutton
LOYOLA PRESS
(Booths 603, 605, 607, 609, 702, 704)
Pamela Coster
Paul Coutinho
Richard Gaillardetz
Terry Hershey
James Martin
Michael Sparough
NOW YOU KNOW MEDIA
(Booth 388)
Paul Coutinho
Daniel Smith-Christopher
OCP
(Booths 401, 403, 405, 500, 502, 504)
Donna Anderle
Steve Angrisano
Stan Cordero
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Jaime Cortez
Santiago Fernández
Estela García-López
Sarah Hart
ValLimar Jansen
Rodolfo López
Ricky Manalo
Jesse Manibusan
Paul Nguyen
Cooper Ray
Pedro Rubalcava
Janèt Sullivan Whitaker
Christopher Walker
Rufino Zaragoza
ORBIS BOOKS
(Booths 417, 419, 421, 423, 425, 522)
Tom Beaudoin
Michael Crosby
John Cusick
Paula D’Arcy
Fran Ferder
Richard Gaillardetz
Daniel Groody
John Heagle
Jack Jezreel
Bryan Massingale
Timothy Matovina
Michael O’Neill McGrath
Richard Rohr
Joyce Rupp
Daniel Smith-Christopher
OUR SUNDAY VISITOR/
HARCOURT
(Booths 301, 303, 305, 400, 402, 404)
John Burland
Joe Kempf
Tom Kendzia
ValLimar Jansen
Hosffman Ospino
Jo Ann Paradise
OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
(Booth 489)
Donald Senior
PAULIST PRESS
(Booths 308, 310)
Wilkie Au
Charles Dahm
Barbara Fiand
Richard Gaillardetz
Michael Kennedy
Richard Leonard
James Martin
William Nicholas
Brian Schmisek
PFLAUM PUBLISHING GROUP
(Booths 382, 384)
Patricia McCormack
RCL BENZIGER
(Booths 127, 129, 131, 133, 226, 228)
Shauna Adams
Thomas Groome
Michael Horan
Daniel Mulhall
Fanny Cepeda Pedraza
Jo Rotunno
Tom Zanzig
WILLIAM H. SADLIER
(Booths 324, 326, 328, 330, 332)
Carol Eipers
Timothy Matovina
Donald Senior
Victor Valenzuela
ST. ANTHONY MESSENGER PRESS
(Booths 206, 208, 210, 212)
Betsey Beckman
Jeanne Hunt
Beth Knobbe
Norman Langenbrunner
J. Patrick Mullen
Richard Rohr
Christine Way Skinner
Michael Way Skinner
PARACLETE PRESS
(Booths 278, 280)
Paula D’Arcy
SAINT MARY’S PRESS
(Booths 357, 359, 361, 363, 456, 458)
Tony Alonso
Rita Burns Senseman
Steven Ellair
David Haas
Robert McCarty
Anna Scally
Vikki Shepp
Michael Theisen
UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS SCHOOL
OF MINISTRY
(Booth 286)
James McGill
Brian Schmisek
VERITAS
(Booths 406, 408, 410, 412, 414, 416)
Martin Delaney
Enda Donlon
Maeve Mahon
Ailis Travers
WORLD LIBRARY
PUBLICATIONS
(Booths 501, 503, 505, 600, 602, 604)
John Angotti
Ed Bolduc
Richard Cheri &
Good Ground
Edward Foley
Jerry Galipeau
Peter Kolar
Michael O’Neill McGrath
Michael Mangan
Rafael Moreno
Jorge Rivera
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
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OUR SPECIAL THANKS AND APPRECIATION TO . . .
LITURGICAL PRESS
(Booths 218, 220, 222)
for sponsoring the
Arena Lobby Exhibit.

CATHOLIC BOOK
PUBLISHING CORP.
(Booths 337, 339, 341)
for providing lanyards
and name badge holders
for Congress 2011.

CRIBARI VINEYARDS
for their contribution
of all altar wine for
Congress 2011.

GUADALUPE RADIO
(Booths 611, 613, 615)
for providing the USB
flash drives for use at
the ORE booth.
LITURGY COMMITTEE
John Flaherty
Sr. Edith Prendergast
Paulette Smith
Mike Norman
Katya Acuña
Mary Allen
Patrick Callahan
Brian Custer
Michael Fike
Gail Gresser
Mary Janus
Sheryl Lange
Monica Miller Luther
Valerie MacRae
Fe Musgrave
Maryann Nguyen
Margaret Traxler
John West
REGISTRATION COMMITTEE
Jan Pedroza
Paulette Smith
Veronica Reyes
Chris Krause
Diana Salinas
Joyce Alpaugh
Eileen Bonaduce
Jorenz Campo
Fran Curry
Pat Davis
Elsie Dixon
Guadalupe Garcia
Silvia Hernandez
Margaret Maldonado
Lillette Mayor
Brian McMahon
Olinda Navas
Lucia Richer
Ted Richer
Isabel Rincon
THE MANY DEDICATED PEOPLE
including the “Blue Angels” and “Yellow Jackets,” Amy Hart,
Tracy Clark, Larry Lopez, and the hundreds of others who contribute
literally hundreds of volunteer hours before and during Congress
to make this event a success!
THE FOLLOWING FOR THEIR WORK:
Valerie MacRae for the Arena environment and for the planning of our Sacred
Space in Convention 304, as well as the many contributing artists; Patrick
Callahan for flower arrangements; George Westlund for his photography;
Dan Houze, Alex Venegas, JonJon San Juan, Brett Grossman, Sara Hillner for
RECongress.org/LIVE and the Broadcast Booth; and the student sacristans and
acolytes of Loyola Marymount University and Mount St. Mary’s College.
OUR LITURGY & PRAYER SERVICE COORDINATORS:
Friday Liturgies: James Dao, Bill Duckett, Judy Girard, Andrew Knox,
David Lara, Cesar Magallon, Soana Moimoi, Siymean Rendall, Jane Richardson,
Renette Scott; Friday Services: David Anderson, Jeanie Essa; Saturday Praise:
Elizabeth Mullen, Wendy Weldele; Saturday Liturgies: Anna Betancourt,
Kevin Brown, Michaela Buccola, Sr. Jean Marie Cihota, Claire Flaherty,
Christina Lujan, Eve Moir, Kristina Ortega, Dawn Ponnet, John Michael Reyes,
Bro. Chris Saindon, Lisa Sequeira, Sue Spies, Eileen Steiner, Patrick Zubiate;
and Saturday Service: Alissa Piñeda and Linda Quilizapa,
CONGRESS COMMITTEE
Sr. Edith Prendergast
Paulette Smith
Jan Pedroza
Mike Norman
Dolly Anderson
Jim Anderson
Erin Avila
Jonathan Avila
Greg Boyer
Patrick Callahan
Gregory Carothers
Jo Galang
Val Galang
Ron Garcia
Albert Guerra
Nancy King
Dave Lavendier
Tina Lavendier
Jane Martineau
Layne Martineau
Ramona Meza
Keith Morlock
Robert Williams
Douglas Zuniga
COMMITTEES
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The Religious Education Endowment Fund was established by the Office of Religious Education to support the on-going
training and formation of religious education leaders, particularly by making scholarships available for the ongoing edu-
cation and formation of Directors of Religious Education, Adult Educators, Young Adults and Youth Ministers to pursue
graduate studies. It is our hope that every Director of Religious Education and Director of Youth Ministry will be given
the opportunity to receive a master’s degree in Religious Education/Religious Studies.
Those who registered online could contribute to this Fund, as well as those who made an additional contribution through
mail-in registrations. As of Febraury 14, 788 people responded with contributions totaling $10,775. We sincerely ap-
preciate and acknowledge their contributions. The Fund is currently enabling 20 students to pursue a master’s degree in
Religious Education, and you will be happy to know that several have already graduated!
ENDOWMENT CONTRIBUTORS
$1,300 Donation
Marine Corps
Camp Pendleton
460 Donation
Immaculate Heart
Chapel
$100 Donation
T. Brian Callister
Joseph Cruz
Rosalie Elder
Nick Jordan
Denis Lynch
Susan Murphy
Paul Smith
Barbara Anne Woods
Kathleen Ybarrondo
Michael Ybarrondo
$60 Donation
Kathleen Ory
$50 Donation
Brian Bernardis
Carol Bernardis
Anthony Bracken
Lourdes Castro
Monica L Dang
Antonia David-Wright
Emily Douglass
Steve Duncan
Cory Escuadro
Ramon Escuadro
Eduardo Espiritu
Linda Foley
James W Hopp
Mary A Hopp
Noel Jaderstrom
John Komenkul
Karry Luttge
Lawrence Niekamp
Karin Nuernberg
Resa Pearson
John Rawson
Vic Reichert
Dcn. Charles Reyburn
Hillary Reyburn
Debbelynn Russell
Winifred Soares
Michael Wickham
$40 Donation
Cassy Goehner
$35 Donation
John Rudolph
$30 Donation
Hugh Menton
$25 Donation
Chris Amantea
Marie Arenas
Felipe Ballon
Derek Brown
Sylvia Caigoy
Thomas Clegg
Sherri Coats
Carl Colombo
Toni Colombo
Valerie Colorado
Brian Corcoran
James Day
Marilyn Day
Joan Dolby
Johanne Enemark
Gaudencia Estrada
Tony Fadale
Bev Fernandes
Charmaine Ferraz
Carmen Flores
Barbara Garcia
Robert Gardner
James Givens
Sharon Givens
Jack Gonsalves
Carolyn Harich
Kathy Herrington
Barbara J. Hicks
Kelly Hughes
Roger Jewell
Kathie Johns
Mary Kearney
Paul Kearney
Jack Kelly
Sue Kinsling
Susan Klarner
Soveida Knowles
Christine Kudija
Chuck Kudija
Patricia Laybourne
Celeste Lindemann
Mary Fran Lynch
Katie Lyon
Debra McGee
Donna McLaughlin
Joan McLaughlin
Karen Mellos
David Melton
Joseph Michon Jr
Sue Mountain
Janice Mullen
Maureen Neglia
Duane Overby
Sylvia Penunuri
Anne Marie Reyes
Deacon Arnold Reyes
Terry Rees Riley
Lily Roberto
Timothy Roberto
Eric Saca
Cyd Sartoris
Karen Sayko
Hedy Senz
Ann Skulley
Sally Teramura
Du Tran
Thanh Tran
Leif Trondsen
Roberta Verderico
Barbara Wilson
Elbert Worland
Fran Zonfrillo
$20 Donation
Gerry Oshaughnessy,
SDB
Cynthia Taylor
Rev. Ron Zanoni
$15 Donation
Jaysa Castaneda
Maritoni Soriano
Terry Stump
$10 Donation
Diane Ahlemeyer
Pat Allen
Vince Anaclerio
Lori Anderson
Jessica Angus
Leisa Anslinger
Steve Anslinger
Anna Arnesen Mosey
Madeline Ashley
Luz Avila
Phil Bangayan
Rose Banich
Sandra Bannard
Daniel Barona
Catherine Barrack
Jane Bell
Susan Bernardi
Jerome Bettencourt
Kara Bettencourt
Mary Bibby
Patricia Black
Diane Boggs
Cathy Bojorquez
Margaret Boquer
Tony Boquer
Julie Borland
Br. Christopher Brady
Sherry Brechtel
Moonlight Brizuela
Terri Brown
Diane Bruce
Mary Jo Buettner
Emma Bulala
Linda Burke
Arline Bustamante
Nilda Luz Cabardo
Jessica K Cagle
Mark S Cagle
Peggy Cambon
Alice Camille
Deacon Mike Cantlon
Dave Caron
Mary F. Castellanos
Carol Castillo
Leticia Castillo
Ashlee Colleton
Juanita Cordero
RCWP
Joanie Coudding
Julia Curiel
Nicole Custodio
Adolfo de Luna
Deboah Delhoyo
Pauline Dibb
Cynthia Dickey
David Dockstader
Becky Doherty
Christina Doll
Deacon Bill Drobick
Rusty Dudley
Kay Easley
Erin Eberhardt
Dennis Ehling
Lynda Engebretson
Elsa Espino
Mary Fair
Victoria Flynn
Laurie Gal
Kirk Galbreath
Carl Gallinger
Irene R. Garcia
Jorge Garcia
Manuel Garcia
R Vincent Gartland
Kathleen A. Gerry
Deacon Rich Gierak
Nora Gintowt
Lynn M. Giotto
Aracely Gonzalez
Emilio Gonzalez
Rodrigo Gonzalez
Terry Gonzalez
Robert Goodell
Jose Goopio
Richard Grant
Sherrie Grant
Susie Griffin
Wayne Griffin
Kathryne Guerin
Javier Guido
Martha Guido
Margaret Guttieri
Marjorie Habenicht
Joseph Hamamoto
Deacon J. Barry
Harper
Frank Hathaway
Juanita Hernandez
Melissa Hickey
Rhonda Hoffarth
Tom Hoffarth
Julie Hoffman
Bro. Edward Hofmann
Denise Hooshmand
Kathleen Hughes
Lupita Jewell
Dan Johnson
Corine Juarez
Kristi Keith
Kathleen Keller
Richard Keller
Robert J. Kelly
Eileen Kilfoil
Mary Killmond
Dale Krick
Maria Krick
Donna Kriesel
Mrs Anne Kuczkowski
Kathleen Laabs
Walter Laabs
Antoine Leason
Gordon Lee
Nan-Ping Lee
Agnes Legaspi
Carol Lewis
Yvonne Loehndorf
Hector Lopez
Kevin Lubiniecki
Becky Lucas
Marie Luttrell
Noeleen Lynam
San Mai
Fr. Herman Manuel,
SVD
Rose Marden
Michael Marien
Terry (Teresa) Markuly
Yolanda Marsh
Karen Martin
Josefina Martinez
Leanne Martinez
Paul Martinez
Helen Matthews
Leslie Maulhardt
Stephen Maulhardt
Melanie McCallum
Joanne McCoy
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Jim McDermott, SJ
Mary McFeely
Robert McKay
Dave McKeown
Kenneth McNealy
Antonio Mendoza
Anita Metroka
Pat Mickiewicz
Ernest Miller
Lorna Mistica
Katie Mitchell
Jan Moore
Cathy Moreno
Mark Mossa
Sofia Murillo
Sr. Olive Murphy
Karen Murray
Brenda Murtha
Loretta Mustafa
Christopher Naval
Suzanne Nawrocki
Dianne Nguyen
Duy Nguyen
Theresa Nguyen
Dominic Niccoli
Sandy Niccoli
Bob Nicholas
Christy Niehus
Kevin Niehus
Rick Norman
Judi Nuccio
Luz Nutt
Amy O’Donnell
Kim O’Gara
Sr. Ursula O’Keeffe
Elsa O’Loughlin
Lydia Orona
Luis Ortiz
Kathleen Osenbau
Michael O’Sullivan
Debra Owen
Christine Owens
Daniel Padilla
Norma Pagala
James Parke
Mary Jane Parsons
Kim Tuyen Pham
Scheryn Pratt
Karen Prestigiacomo
Judi Putnam
David Puzicha-Dunn
John F Quintero
Arlene Quiogue
Esther Ramirez
Cynthia Ramold
Renee Regacho-Ana-
clerio
Barbara Regan
Barbara Riviello-
Guerin
Maryanita Robinson
Stephanie Robinson
Monica Robles
Linda Roque
Barbara Ruddy
Kathleen Salas
Fausto Sanchez
Maria Dolores Sanchez
Patricia Saracco
Wendy Scherbart
Roger Schmit
Juliet Schnitter
Florita Shadwell
John Shadwell
Regina Smith
Suellen Smith
Jan Sooter
Cindy Stiso
Carol Stone
Dorothy Strening
Almas Suerdieck
Joan Swem
John Swem
Jill Tabit
Marjorie Tavarez
Joe Tembrock
Judy Tembrock
David Tompsett
Joyce J Tompsett
Rachel Monica Torres
Resfina Torrevillas
Patricia Tracey
Kim Xuan Tran
Marian Tsai-Bangayan
Dorian Valles
Sister Ginny Vissing
Mary Patrice Watson,
SJC
Fr. Thomas Weise
Maximilian Weismair
Peggy Weismair
Greg Wilhelm
Loreen Wilhelmy
Roland Wilhelmy
Frank Williams
Fr. Chris Woerz, SDB
Cynthia Worth
Kris Wynn
Patricia Young
Genevieve Ysursa
Leah Zeldin
$5 Donation
Margaret Alston
Theresa Anderson
Patricia Andre
Jessica Angus
Brian James Arellano
Haleen Armijo
Michele Arslan
Suzanne Atwood
Janine Aurora
Antonio Avila
Anita Aytona
Azmat Azeem
Mary Babcoxck
Cristina Baens
Ellen Bailey
Judith Barajas
Maria M Barajas
Kathleen Bardsley
Matthew Beck
Rosemary Bedoya
Arlene Belenzo
Lisa Berry
Diana Bitz
Pamela Bjorklund
Mary Ann Bode
Erin Boulton
Lisa Bourey
Lisa Bourey
Deborah Boutte
Mark Boutte
Michelle Bradshaw
Janet Brause
Peter Brause
Cheryl Broussard
Fr. Kenneth Brown
Julie Brown
Annelies Bruemmer
Christopher Caenepeel
Gail Campanella
Gerry Campbell
Elizabeth Canepa
Josie Carrillo
Katherine Casey
Carmen Castanon
Patricia Castellon
Nancy Castiglione
Kathleen Catania
Marcia Cecil
Ana Cervantes
Nelia Chang
Guadalupe Chavarin
Lupe Chavarin
Jennifer Chocholek
Eric Christensen
Murita Chua
Benigno Cifuentes
Connie Clark
Leah Clark
Martha Clement
Martin Clement
Suzanne M. Coffer
Susan Collins
Audrey Cone
John Cone
Brian Conroy
Susan Cooper
Deacon Ricardo Co-
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Judy Corippo
Theresa Costanzo
Gloria Couvion
Tara L Craig
Joan Crockett
Kirk Crockett
Jill Cruz
Lupe Cunningham
Richie Cunningham
Jesusita Curiel
Ricardo Curiel
Mary Ann Cuvilier
Debbie Dahlen
Thanhhai Dang
Colette Davis
Sharon Davis
Elvia De Anda
Janie Delgado
Feiwen Deng
Clare Denk
Grace Depriest
John Depriest
James Dewan
Sarah Diersing
Susan Diewold
Mary Dorsey-Evans
Aileen Douglas
Maria Duarte
Francine Duff
Teresa Duran
Clara Duran Reed
Stephanie Eisel
Leslie Elchert
Ron Elchert
Kimberly Engdahl
Susan Escalera
Agnes Espinoza
Michael Espinoza
Fatima Espirito Santo
Timothy Paul Evans
Susan Ewert Butterfield
Cynthia Fasano
Pat Ferraro
Eileen Fewless
Sheryl Fields
$5 Donation (cont.)
Marlin Filipek
Mary Fiorentino
Ethel Fisher
Laura Fisher Escalera
Filna Fontejon
Marlene Forest-Wallace
Vanessa Franco
Joyce Francois
Guenther Franzen
Margaret Freeman
Courtney Fritz
Carlie Frye
Joe Angelo Gallegos
Summer Galvan
Carolina Garcia
Charity Garcia
Mariana Garcia
Haydee Garza
Rhonda Gaspar
Mark Gately
Zofia Gehl
Maria Teresa Geraldez
Shirl Giacomi
Lexie Gilbert
Kamran Gill
Sr. Kathleen Gill
Nina Glinski
Mary Josephine Glynn
Patt Gogo
Rebecca Golda
Alejandra Gonzalez
M. Susana Gonzalez
Joyce Governale
Robyn Gram
Carol Greenwald
Joseph Grilliot
Sarah Guerra
Mary Ann Guerrero
Shari Guilfoile
Angelica Guillen
Joyce Guris
Bea Halk
Toni Hanson
Pamela Hardiman
Barbara Harmon
Mary Harrison
Marla Hartung
Lauri Hawkins
Julie Heath Elliott
Marijane Hebert
James Hecker
Linda Hecker
Joanne Hemenway
Kathy Hicks
L Hicks
Kathleen Holert
Roberto Honrado
Annie Hopkins
John Hopkins
Carolyn Hoying
Sally Hudson
Alfredo Hueso
Cecile Huggins
Barbara Hughes
Monica Hughes
Nery Huiza
Marianne Hunt
Mark Hunter
Claire Sun Hwang
Tammy Ichinotsubo-
Ezzi
Magdalena Ignacio
Joeleny Isidro
Elsamma James
Theresa M Johnson
Roxanne Jones
Marilou Joson
Chantelle Kane
Sandra Kearney
Carolyn Kelley
Linda Kelley
Gina Kessel
Waqar Hayat Khan
Joanne King
Alison Kirkpatrick
Noel Kish
Patrick Kish
Joel Kondas
Kevin Konecky
Lisa Konecky
Mary Kroesen
Cj Kruska
John Kuklinski
Susi Kuklinski
Andree Lafrance
Danielle Lafrance
Sr. Lisa Laguna, DC
Rebecca Langley
Carmen Lango
Noel Leary
Rafaela Leon
Ramon Leon
Jane Leung
Silvia Licea
Carla Lies
Tina Lindberg
Carmel Little
Pamela Locascio
Ellen Longo
Shirley Longs-Pittman
Marcial Lopez
Rosalina Lopez Flores
Sandy Luebbers
Dianne Lumsdaine
Joseph Lumsdaine
Jessica Maccaskey
Mary Ann Madden
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Les Maiman
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Janet Malacane
Colleen Maloney
Yollie Mancino
Maria Mandziara
Javier Marquez
Teresa Marsano
Ken Martinet
Peggy Martinet
Irma Martinez
Cheri Martinson
Joana Marvin
Joseph Masih
Joanne McBride
Marylin McCafferty
Colleen McClure
Rosaleen McEvoy
Audrey McLaughlin
Kelley McVeigh
Darah Cecilia Means
Fr. Jaime Mencias
Benjamin Menjivar
Jean Menton
Linda Michon
Christy Middleton
Ann Miller
Martha Miller
Ester Luna Ladesma
Miranda
Gary Miskimon
Jeanette Miskimon
Melody Mitchel
Matthew Monahan
Juan Montoya
Deacon Harry Moore
Hannah Moore
Jane Moore
Michael Morgan
Sr Donna Maria Moses
Rebecca Mothershead
Maria Munoz
Mark Murphy
Bernice Musante
Phillip Myers
Mary Jean Neault
Ron Newsom
Clara Nguyen
Don Nguyen
Hung Nguyen
Julie-Ngoc Nguyen
Tri Jb Nguyen
Carmel Nicolson
Judith Nollar
Miguel Noriega
Norma Noriega
Deborah Nunes
Olivia Nunez
Mary Oconnor
William Oconnor
Laurie Ann O’connor
Joe O’Donnell
Catherine Olds
Stefanie Olmeda-Vance
Ken Olson
Lori Olson
Christopher Orem
Susan Orem
Mayra Ornelas
Kim O’Rourke
Robert O’Rourke
Lupe Ortiz
Yolanda Ortiz
Marita Palafox
H. Palmer
Diane Pangelina
Diana Papillon
Luc Papillon
Marilyn Paquette
Don Paradise
Bernard Parent
Cathy Parent
Pat Patterson
Barbara Patton
Karen Pavic-Zabinski
Leslie Pechkurow
Loretta Pehanich
Gerard Periolat
Linda Peters
Michelle Peters
David Philippart
Paul Prine
Stephen Pritchard
Robyn Prudhomme
Sharon Puerling
Grace Pugliese
Nancy Quigley
Guadalupe Ramirez
Loretta Ramirez
Antonio Ramírez
Patricia Rauber
Irene Rodriguez
Leticia Rodriguez
Marina Rodriguez
Joel “Jody” Rowley
Jean Rummelhoff
Catherine Sanchez
Piedad (Patty) Santiago
Ann Seckinger
Elizabeth Seward
Karen Shaffer
Sami Shahbaz
Nancy Shute Family
Susan Sievers
Rosemary Simek
Kari Simmons
Elina Simon
Connie Simpson
Megan Siy
Ann Smith
Sherry Smith
Kathleen Snodgrass
Miriam Soikkeli
Rosa Solano
Sandra Soto Hueso
Alan Steinke
Deborah Stollery
Teri Stone
Eugene Stout
Linda Szczech
Karen Szoka
Robin Tillemans
June Tom
Irma Torres
Maggie Torres
Veronica Torres
Ana Tougas
Hung Tran
Christine Treptau
Javier Triviso
Rolf Trondsen
Thomas Tureman
Dorothy Turner
Stephen Tursich
Ann Tweedy
Aaron Utendahl
Sandra Utendahl
Elizabeth Valdez
Maria Valdez
Miguel Valenzuela
Garrett Van Wyk
Joann Van Wyk
Jamie Vanhoomissen
Kristen Vanhoomissen
Mary Frances Vigil
Heidi Villaluz
Nelson Villaluz
Fr. Andrew Vollkommer
Huong Vu
Monika Vu
Marcia Watson
Barbara Wehan
James Wehan
Penny Wells
Kurt Wernert
Linda Westler Dentino
Mary Wilkins
Linda Williams
Stephanie Williamson
Vicki Woods
Laura Woodworth-
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John Woolsey
Chad Wotherspoon
Mary Beth Wright
Michael Wright
Shingmin Wu
Sandra Yepez
Christie Young
Agnes Yu
Vivian Zambrano
Frances Zelaya
Francesco Zulueta
Maru Zulueta
ENDOWMENT CONTRIBUTORS
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Clarion Hotel Workshop Location
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Clarion Hotel Food Options
(714) 750-3131
Lounge Daily: 1:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Tivoli Gardens Morning: 6:30 am - 11:00 am
Lunch: 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Dinner: 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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O Pacific AB (Ballroom Level - 2nd floor)
O Pacific C (Ballroom Level - 2nd floor)
O Pacific D (Ballroom Level - 2nd floor)
Hilton Anaheim Hotel Food Options
(714) 750-4321
Mix Daily: 6:00 am - 10:00 pm
Food Court: Daily: 11:30 am - 8:00 pm
(Sbarro, Baja Fresh, Frozen Assets)
Starbucks Daily: 6:00 am - 10:00 pm
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Hilton Anaheim Hotel
777 Convention Way
Anaheim, CA 92802
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O Grand Ballroom A-E
O Grand Ballroom F-K
O Marquis Ballroom Center South
O Marquis Ballroom North
O Orange County Ballroom
O San Diego Room
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(714) 750-8000
Café del Sol Daily: 6:30 am - 10:00 pm
JW’s Steakhouse Daily: 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Pizza Hut Daily: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
Starbucks Daily: 6:00 am - 10:00 pm
Anaheim Marriott Hotel
700 W Convention Way
Anaheim, CA 92802
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O Park Ballroom
O Plaza Ballroom
O Tiffany Terrace
Sheraton Park Hotel Food Options
(714) 750-1811
Molly’s Coffee Shop Morning: 6:00 am - 11:00 am
Lunch: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Overland Stage Daily: 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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CATEGORY NAME
American 18Fifty Grill, Cheesecake Factory, JT Schmid’s
Brewery, Rainforest Cafe, Red Robin, Tony
Roma’s
Asian Fusion Roy’s
Brewery Oggi’s Pizza & Brew
Café La Brea Bakery Café
California Cuisine Napa Rose Restaurant, Tangerine Grill & Patio
Chinese Grand China, P.F. Chang’s, Panda Chinese
Dinner Show Medieval Times
Family Style Captain Kidd’s, Chubby’s Diner, Coco’s,
Denny’s, Disney’s PCH Grill, Goofy’s Kitchen,
Hook’s Pointe, IHOP, Johnny Rockets, Millie’s
Restaurant, Mimi’s Cafe, Mix, Molly’s Kitchen,
Storyteller’s Café, Tiffy’s Family Restaurant,
Tivoli Gardens
Fast Food Burgerland, Carl’s Jr., Del Taco, El Pollo Loco,
Jack In The Box, McDonald’s, Quiznos, Subway,
CATEGORY NAME
Fast Food (cont.) Taco Bell
Ice Cream Cold Stone Creamery
Indian Gandhi Palace
Italian Buca di Beppo, Carolina’s Italian Cuisine, Marri’s
Pizza, Naples Ristorante e Pizzeria
Louisiana House of Blues, Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen
Mediterranean Catal Restaurant & Uva Bar
Mexican Alerto’s Mexican, Del Taco, La Casa Garcia,
Mexicana Café, Mi Casita Grill, Ofelia, Taco Mi
Pueblo, Tortilla Jo’s
Northern Italian Anaheim White House
Pizza California Pizza Kitchen, Pizza Hut, Shakey’s
Seafood Bubba Gump Shrimp Co., Joe’s Crab Shack,
McCormick & Schmick’s, Mr. Stox
Sports Bar Clancy’s Clubhouse, ESPN Zone
Steakhouse JW’s Steakhouse, Morton’s, Outback, Overland
Stage, Ruth’s Chris, Steakhouse 55
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18Fifty Grill 1850 S Harbor Blvd (714) 750-2801 7am - 10pm 7am - 10pm 7am - 10pm
Alerto’s Mexican 1770 S Harbor Blvd #128 (714) 520-3200 7am - 1:30am 7am - 1:30am 7am - 1:30am
Anaheim White House 887 S Anaheim Blvd (714) 772-1381 11:30am - 10pm 5pm - 10pm 11am - 10pm
Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. 321 W Katella Ave Ste 101 (714) 635-GUMP 11am - 11pm 11am - 11pm 11am - 10pm
Buca di Beppo 11757 Harbor Blvd (714) 740-2822 11am - 11pm 11am - 11pm 11am - 10pm
Burgerland 1770 S Harbor Blvd #132 (714) 956-5456 9am - 1am 9am - 1am 9am - 1am
Café del Sol Marriott Hotel (714) 748-2454 6:30am - 10pm 6:30am - 10pm 6:30am - 10pm
California Pizza 1770 S Harbor Blvd #140 (714) 772-7207 8am - 12mid 8am - 12mid 8am - 12mid
California Pizza Kitchen 321 W Katella Ave Ste 104 (714) 991-0305 11am - 11pm 11am - 11pm 11am - 10pm
Captain Kidd’s 1550 S Harbor Blvd (714) 491-4788 7am - 12mid 7am - 12mid 7am - 12mid
Carl’s Jr. 2119 S Harbor Blvd (714) 971-5641 24 hours 24 hours 24 hours
Carolina’s Italian Cuisine 12045 Chapman Ave (714) 971-5551 11am - 10pm 11am - 10pm 11am - 10pm
Catal Restaurant & Uva Bar Downtown Disney (714) 774-4442 5pm - 11pm 5pm - 11pm 5pm - 10pm
Cheesecake Factory 321 W Katella Ave Ste 100 (714) 533-7500 11:30am - 12:30 am 11:30am - 12:30 am 10am - 11pm
Chubby’s Diner 2110 S Harbor Blvd (714) 750-2482 7am - 12mid 7am - 12mid 7am - 11pm
Clancy’s Clubhouse 2191 S Harbor Blvd (714) 750-7500 11:30am - 12mid 11:30am - 12mid 9am - 12mid
Coco’s Restaurant 1100 W Katella Ave (714) 772-0414 6:30am - 12mid 6:30am - 12mid 6:30am - 11pm
Coco’s Restaurant 12032 Harbor Blvd (714) 750-7477 6:30am - 12mid 7am - 12mid 7am - 11pm
Cold Stone Creamery 1570 S Harbor Blvd (714) 635-7800 11am - 12mid 11am - 12mid 11am - 12mid
Denny’s 1610 S Harbor Blvd (714) 776-3300 24 hours 24 hours 24 hours
Denny’s 1168 W Katella Ave (714) 774-1680 24 hours 24 hours 24 hours
Disney’s PCH Grill Paradise Pier (714) 239-5682 7am - 10pm 7am - 10pm 7am - 10pm
El Pollo Loco 110 W Ball Rd (714) 776-7195 9am - 10pm 9am - 10pm 9am - 10pm
ESPN Zone Downtown Disney (714) 300-3776 11:30am - 1am 11:30am - 1am 11:30am - 12mid
Gandhi Palace 515 W Katella Ave (714) 808-6777 7am - 10pm 7am - 10pm 7am - 10pm
Goofy’s Kitchen Disneyland Hotel (714) 778-6600 7am - 9pm 7am - 9pm 7am - 9pm
Grand China 575 Chapman (714) 740-1888 11am - 10pm 11am - 10pm 11am - 10pm
Hasting’s Grill Hilton Hotel (714) 740-4422 3pm - 11pm 3pm - 11pm 3pm - 11pm
Hook’s Pointe Disneyland Hotel (714) 778-6600 5pm - 9pm 5pm - 9pm 5pm - 9pm
House of Blues Downtown Disney (714) 778-2583 11am - 12mid 11am - 12mid 11am - 11pm
IHOP 1840 S Harbor Blvd (714) 750-2411 24 hours 24 hours 24 hours
IHOP 1560 S Harbor Blvd (714) 635-0933 24 hours 24 hours 24 hours
Jack In The Box 2210 S Harbor Blvd (714) 740-1131 6am - 3am 6am - 3am 6am - 3am
Joe’s Crab Shack 12011 S Harbor Blvd (714) 703-0505 11am - 11pm 11am - 11pm 11am - 11pm
Johnny Rockets 321 W Katella Ave Ste 320 (714) 491-1800 11am - 10pm 11am - 10pm 11am - 9pm
JT Schmid’s Brewery 2610 E Katella Ave (714) 634-9200 11am - 12mid 12noon - 11pm 12noon - 11pm
JW’s Steakhouse Marriott Hotel (714) 703-3187 5pm - 10pm 5pm - 10pm
La Brea Bakery Café Downtown Disney (714) 490-0233 11am - 9pm 8am -11pm 8am -11pm
La Casa Garcia 531 Chapman (714) 740-1108 8am - 11pm 8am - 11pm 8am - 11pm
Marri’s Pizza 1194 W Katella Ave (714) 533-1631 11am - 12mid 11am - 12mid 11am - 12mid
McCormick & Schmick’s 321 W Katella Ave Ste 109 (714) 535-9000 11:30am - 11pm 11:30am - 11pm 11:30am - 10pm
McDonald’s 1500 S Harbor Blvd (714) 491-0563 5:30am - 2am 5:30am - 2am 5:30am - 2am
Medieval Times 7662 Beach Blvd (866) 543-9637 6:30pm & 8pm 6:30pm & 8pm 5pm & 7:15pm
Mexicana Café Clarion Hotel (714) 750-3131 5pm - 10pm 5pm - 10pm 5pm - 10pm
Mi Casita Grill 1700 S Harbor Blvd (714) 772-5900 5am - 10:30pm 5am - 10:30pm 5am - 10:30pm
Millie’s Restaurant 1480 S Harbor Blvd (714) 535-6892 6am - 12mid 6am - 12mid 6am - 12mid
Mimi’s Cafe 1400 S Harbor Blvd (714) 456-2223 7am - 11pm 7am - 11pm 7am - 11pm
Mix Hilton Hotel (714) 750-4321 6am - 10pm 6am - 10pm 6am - 10pm
Molly’s Kitchen 1855 S Harbor Blvd (714) 750-1811 6am - 3pm 6am - 3pm 6am - 3pm
Morton’s The Steakhouse 1895 S Harbor Blvd (714) 621-0101 5:30 - 11pm 5:30 - 11pm 5:30 - 10pm
Mr. Stox 1105 E Katella Ave (714) 634-2994 11:30am - 10pm 5:30pm - 10pm 5:30pm - 10pm
Napa Rose Restaurant Grand Californian (714) 300-7170 5:30pm - 10pm 5:30pm - 10pm 5:30pm - 10pm
Naples Ristorante e Pizzeria Downtown Disney (714) 776-6200 5pm - 11pm 5pm - 11pm 5pm - 10pm
Oggi’s Pizza & Brew 12362 Chapman Ave (714) 534-3599 11am - 11pm 11am - 11pm 11am - 10pm
Outback Steakhouse 12001 Harbor Blvd (714) 663-1107 4pm - 11pm 3pm - 11pm 2pm - 10pm
Overland Stage 1855 S Harbor Blvd (714) 750-1811 5pm - 11pm 5pm - 11pm 5pm - 10pm
P.F. Chang’s 321 W Katella Ave Ste 120 (714) 507-2021 11am - 12mid 11am - 12mid 11am - 11pm
Panda Chinese 1770 S Harbor Blvd #120 (714) 999-6888 11am - 12mid 11am - 12mid 11am - 12mid
Pizza Hut Marriott Hotel (714) 750-8000 11am - 11pm 11am - 11pm 11am - 11pm
Pizza Hut 521 W Chapman Ave (714) 740-2300 10am - 12mid 10am - 12mid 10am - 11pm
Quiznos 1534 S Harbor Blvd (714) 491-1600 8am - 9pm 9am - 10pm 9am - 9pm
Rainforest Cafe Downtown Disney (714) 772-0413 8am - 12mid 8am - 12mid 8am - 11pm
Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen Downtown Disney (714) 776-5200 11am - 11pm 11am - 11pm 11am - 10pm
Red Robin 12007 S Harbor Blvd (714) 971-4775 11am - 11pm 11am - 11pm 11am - 11pm
Roy’s 321 W Katella Ave Ste 105 (714) 776-7697 5pm - 10:30pm 5pm - 10:30pm 5pm - 10pm
Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse 2041 S Harbor Blvd (714) 750-5466 4pm - 10pm 4pm - 10pm 4pm - 9pm
Shakey’s 1027 S Harbor Blvd (714) 533-0440 11am - 11pm 11am - 11pm 11am - 10pm
Steakhouse 55 Disneyland Hotel (714) 778-6600 7am - 9pm 7am - 9pm 7am - 9pm
Storyteller’s Café Grand Californian (714) 635-2300 7am - 10pm 7am - 10pm 7am - 10pm
Subway 1770 S Harbor Blvd #136 (714) 535-3277 24 hours 24 hours 24 hours
Taco Bell 2144 S Harbor Blvd (714) 638-3429 24 hours 24 hours 24 hours
Taco Bell 1212 S Harbor Blvd (714) 563-2477 24 hours 24 hours 24 hours
Taco Mi Pueblo 1188 W Katella Ave (714) 778-3100 7am - 4am 7am - 4am 7am - 4am
Tangerine Grill & Patio 1030 W Katella Ave (714) 772-1186 7am - 10pm 7am - 10pm 7am - 10pm
Tiffy’s Family Restaurant 1060 W Katella Ave (714) 635-1801 6am - 2am 6am - 2am 6am - 2am
Tivoli Gardens Clarion Hotel (714) 750-3131 6:30am - 1pm 6:30am - 1pm 6:30am - 1pm
Tony Roma’s 1640 S Harbor Blvd (714) 520-0200 11am - 12mid 11am - 12mid 11am - 11pm
Tortilla Jo’s Downtown Disney (714) 535-5000 5pm - 11pm 5pm - 11pm 5pm - 10pm
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Adult Faith Formation
Little Rock Scripture Study ...............117
Advertising & Marketing Services
Bugle Media Services .......................338
Art Glass and Jewelry
Tori … Art on Fire .............................114
Art Works Carondelet Artists .............................516, 518
John August Swanson, Artist ............537, 636, 638
Madonna Arts ...................................628
Nippert & Co Artworks ......................275, 374
Richard A. Jarrett Stained Glass ......543
SHCJ Art/France White ....................350, 352
Srs of Holy Names/Clay Creations ...112
Audio Visual Herald Entertainment .......................290
TORCH3M ........................................285
Bibles American Bible Society ....................614, 616
Fireside Catholic Publishing .............619, 718
Abbey Press .....................................287
ACTA Publications ............................159, 161
The Crossroad Publishing Co. .........322
Eerdmans Books ..............................481, 483
Ignatius Press ...................................260, 262, 264, 266
Megan McKenna-Wayfarer’s Tale ....411
Random House/Image/Doubleday ...307
Books & Bibles
HarperOne ........................................311, 313
Books & DVDs
Pauline Books & Media ....................375, 377, 379, 474...
Books & Videos
Family Theater Productions .............381, 383, 385
Fr. Tony Ricard – KnightTime ...........714
Holy Cross Family Ministries ............381, 383, 385
Liguori Publications ..........................457, 459, 461, 556...
Now You Know Media ......................388
Paulist Productions ...........................306
Twenty-Third Publications ................343, 345
Books/Publications
Oxford University Press ....................489
Candles Acadian Candle Company ................540, 542
Marklin Candle Design .....................451, 453, 550, 552
Root Candles ....................................165, 167
Cards, Bookmarks & Magnets
Cards by Anne ..................................223
Catechesis Byzantine Catholic Eparchy .............185
Celtic & Irish Art
O’Keeffe Religious Articles ...............362, 364
Children’s Resources
Butterfly Music ..................................163
Nest Family ......................................174
TheFeltSource.com ..........................649, 651, 653
Christian Service Organization
Catholic Heart Workcamp ................675, 677
Christian Found. for Children/ Aging ..142
Jesuit/Ignatian Volunteer Corps .......606, 608, 610, 612
SCRC ...............................................284
Society of St. Vincent de Paul ..........625
Church Furniture
Wood & Iron Factory ........................237
Church Supplies
Meyer-Vogelpohl Co. ........................143
Computer Software
Cornerstone by ImageTrend.............676
Gradelink ..........................................567
Logos Management Software, Inc. ...722
Parish Data System ..........................665
ParishSOFT ......................................547
School Systems Group of Pearson ..590
Congress Logowear
KWD Uniforms ..................................437, 439
Craft Supplies & Gifts
3 Arches/HolyLandShopping.com ....169, 171, 268, 270
Concern America ..............................241, 243
Living Water Wood Works, Inc .........657
Sunrise Printery ................................681
Vietnam Catholic Artistic Crafts ........418, 420
Curriculum Veritas Co Ltd ...................................406, 408, 410, 412...
William H Sadlier, Inc. ......................324, 326, 328, 330, 332
Diocesan Organization
Catholic Schools ...............................440
Catholic Mortuaries ..........................544, 546, 548
Diocesan Organization (cont.)
Diocese of Orange ...........................100, 102, 104
Diocese of San Bernardino ..............107, 109
Ministry w/ Lesbian & Gay Catholics..448
Office of Parish Life ..........................424
Office of Religious Education ...........430
Office of Restorative Justice .............447
Technology Center ...........................530
Vocations Office ...............................441, 443, 445
Disability Ministry Resources
Friendship Min./Ministerio Amistad ...187
Disability Services
L’Arche Wavecrest............................587
Educational Institution
Aquinas Institute of Theology ...........585
Boston College School of Theology 545
Catholic Theological Union ...............640
Dominican School of Theology .........283
Franciscan School of Theology ........581
Jesuit School of Theology, Santa Clara .482
Loyola Institute for Ministry ...............582
Loyola Marymount University ...........145, 147, 149, 151, 153
Loyola Chicago, Pastoral Studies ....620
Mount St. Mary’s College, L.A. .........515, 517
Oblate School of Theology ...............487
Saint John’s School of Theology ......216
Saint Joseph High School ................575
Santa Clara Univ./Pastoral Ministries ..484
School of Theology, Seattle Univ. ....485
St. Paul High School ........................712
Univ. of Dallas School of Ministry .....286
University of San Diego ....................580
Word on Fire Catholic Ministries ......360
Educational Programs
Saint Mary’s Univ. of Minnesota .......680
Educational Resources
National Catholic Educational Assoc. 536, 538
Univ. of Notre Dame/Alliance ...........452
Evangelization Resources
Paulist Evangelization Ministries ......309
Experiential Education Organization
Center for Action & Contemplation ...413, 415
Fair Trade Café Justo / Just Trade Center .........315
Fair Trade Gifts
Thread of Hope Guatemalan Trade ..282
Faith & Justice
Catholic Relief Services ...................319, 321
Coalition to Abolish Slavery/Trafficking ..449
Homeboy Industries .........................643
Just Faith Ministries ..........................317
Office of Justice and Peace ..............317
St. Camillus Center ..........................446
Fundraising Resources
Get Green to Get Green ...................122
Gourmet Food & Gifts
Tomorrow Project/Catholic Charities ..178
Graphic Design Services
OPM / Catholic Creative Services ....469
Icons Plus Alexandra International ....................183
International Association
International Catholic Stewardship ...662
International Women’s Fund
Mary’s Pence ....................................350, 352
Italian Tapestries
Ecumenicus USA ..............................646, 648
Liturgical Books & Materials
Magnificat .........................................157, 256
Liturgical Furnishings
Tekton Woodworks ...........................277
Liturgical Vestments
Chagall Design Limited ....................523, 525, 622, 624
CM Almy ...........................................351, 353
Gaspard, Inc. ....................................90, 92
Liturgical Apostolate Center .............111, 113, 115
Liturgy & Music Resources
A Fire Within Music ...........................110
OCP ..................................................401, 403, 405, 500...
World Library Publications ................501, 503, 505, 600...
Military Chaplaincy
U.S. Air Force Chaplains Corps .......724
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Cooper Ray ......................................172
Hershey & Associates ......................180, 182, 184
Ministry Scheduler Pro .....................586
RENEW International .......................659
Sacred Findings ...............................261
The H2O Project ...............................118
Mission Centro Betania, Srs of Mercy, Peru ..367
Columban Mission Awareness .........480
Lay Mission-Helpers Association ......562
Mission Haiti .....................................120
Pontifical Mission Societies ..............442, 444
St. Vincent Pallotti Center ................679
Missionary Claretian Missionaries ......................564, 566
Comboni Missionaries ......................563, 565
Maryknoll Fathers & Brothers ...........417, 419, 421, 423...
Multicultural Resources
African American Catholic Center ....376, 378
Music Catholic Association of Music ...........672
Ceili Rain ..........................................520
Dennis Doyle / Incarnation Music .....242
GIA Publications, Inc. .......................137, 139, 141, 236...
Jesse Manibusan 2 x 2 Ministries ....409
Spiritandsong.com - div. of OCP ......407, 506
Music & DVDs
Heart Beat Distribution .....................692
Music/Inspirational Prayer
Rosary Rap ......................................671
Online Resources
Catholic Legislative Network ............176
Pilgrimages & Tours
Catholic Travel Centre ......................644
Quilted Items
Tutwiler Quilts .................................. 642
Radio & Media Ministry
Guadalupe Radio .............................611, 613, 615
Hombre Nuevo .................................611, 613, 615
Religious Apparel
CATgear ...........................................670
La Cruz T-Shirts ...............................678
PAX Clothing ....................................189
Seraph 7 Clothing Company ............156
Religious Art Colors To Move Your Soul ................209
Creator Mundi, Inc. ...........................219
France White, SHCJ .........................350, 352
Judson Studios .................................561
Lalo Garcia Fine Art Studio ..............233
Notre Dame Creations ......................103, 105, 202, 204
Sara K. Rubin Pottery & Sculpture ...138, 140
Val MacRae Designs ........................245, 247
Religious Art & Supplies
Al’s Art ..............................................271
Religious Articles
Cathedral of Our Lady Gift Shop ......251, 253
Center for Spiritual Development .....508, 510, 512, 514
Cotter Church Supplies ....................175, 177, 274, 276
Fundación Ramon Pane ...................257, 356, 358
Gifts From the Holy Land .................557, 656
Holy Land Rocks ..............................191
Multicultural Resources / Gifts .........288
Mysterium - Sacred Art & Design .....88
Saint Andrew’s Abbey .......................637, 639, 641, 736...
Sandalstrap ......................................225, 227, 229
Soft Saints, Inc. ................................571
Tree of Life Imports, Inc....................267
Religious Books
Ave Maria Press ...............................475, 477, 479, 574...
Baker Publishing Group ...................674
Buena Prensa ...................................119
Catholic Book Publishing Corp. ........337, 339, 341
Cistercian Publications .....................121
Convivium Press ..............................663
Liturgical Press .................................218, 220, 222
Liturgy Training Publications ............336, 338, 340, 342...
Paulist Press ....................................308, 310
Paulist Press Book Center ...............312, 314, 316, 318, 320
Saint John’s Bible .............................123
Wipf and Stock Publishers ...............168, 170
Religious Cards & Gifts
Printery House ..................................509, 511, 513
Religious Education Resources
California Catholic Conference .........244, 246, 248, 250, 252
Catechist Magazine ..........................380
Catholic Teacher Resources ............658
Concordia Publishing House ............463, 465, 467
Cornerstone Media Inc. ....................365
FECOM-USA, LLC ...........................291
Good Ground Press .........................386
Group ...............................................263, 265
John Paul II Media Institute ..............690
Loyola Press .....................................603, 605, 607, 609...
Morehouse Education Resources ....645, 647
Orbis Books ......................................417, 419, 421, 423...
Our Sunday Visitor Curriculum Div. ..301, 303, 305, 400...
Our Sunday Visitor Publishing ..........201, 203, 205, 300...
Paraclete Press ................................278, 280
Pflaum Publishing Group ..................382, 384
RCL Benziger ...................................127, 129, 131, 133...
Sacred Heart Kids’ Club ...................684
Saint Mary’s Press ...........................357, 359, 361, 363...
St. Anthony Messenger Press ..........206, 208, 210, 212
Storykeepers ....................................710
Religious Jewelry
Compelling Creations, Inc. ...............108
Contreras Religious Art ....................366, 368, 370
Faith-Sharing, Inc. ............................660
Gold ’N Things ..................................390
Religious Life
Brothers of the Sacred Heart ............668
Calif. Province, Society of Jesus ......606, 608, 610, 612
Capuchin Franciscans .....................744
Carmelite Friars/Order of Carmelites ...688
De La Salle Christian Brothers .........179, 181
Dominican Friars ..............................283
Dominican Sisters ............................281
Glenmary Home Missioners .............664
Marianist Vocation Ministry ...............667, 669
OLG Franciscan Friars .....................661
Poor Clare Srs of Rwanda & Italy .....742
Prince of Peace Abbey .....................685
Saint John’s Abbey ...........................214
Salvatorians .....................................720
Servants of the Sacred Heart ...........557, 656
Sisters of Bon Secours .....................591
Sisters of Charity of the BVM ...........686
Sisters of Nazareth ...........................746
Sisters of Providence .......................158, 160
Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange .......508, 510, 512, 514
Vincentian Family .............................621, 623
Religious Publication
America Magazine ............................541
Catholic Digest .................................347
Commonweal Magazine ...................577
Creative Communications for Parish ...349
USCCB/Vatican ................................533, 630, 632
Retreat Facility
St. Anne in the Mountains ................258
Retreats & Seminars
Alpine Camp & Conference Center ..588
Catholic Engaged Encounter ............683
Loyola Inst. Spirituality/Jesuit Center ...606, 608, 610, 612
Spanish Books
Librería San Pablo ............................627, 629, 631, 726...
Spanish Religious Resources
Claretian Publications .......................568, 570
Editorial Verbo Divino .......................468, 470
El Sembrador Ministries ...................211, 213, 215, 217
Gethesemani Libreria Catolica .........387, 389, 391, 486...
Hispanic Ministry Resource Center ..568, 570
Ministerio Biblico Verbo Divino .........369, 371
USAMadrid Books ............................584
Verbum Dei Libreria Catolica ............551, 553, 650, 652
Stained Glass
Ancient Arts Stained Glass ...............529
Teen Resources
Outside da Box .................................471
Youth Resources
Girl Scouts, Camp Fire, Boy Scouts .583
Life Teen ...........................................146, 148, 150, 152
Salesian Youth Ministry ....................464, 466
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3 Arches USA/HolyLandShopping.com ................... 169, 171, 268, 270 (714) 538-7431 www.holylandshopping.com
A Fire Within Music .................................................. 110 (909) 240-7884 www.afwmusic.com
A Thread of Hope Guatemalan Fair Trade .............. 282 (617) 308-7026 www.athreadofhope.coop
Abbey Press ............................................................ 287 (812) 357-8230 www.carenotes.com
Acadian Candle Company ....................................... 540, 542 (888) 424-9425 www.acadiancandles.com
ACTA Publications ................................................... 159, 161 (800) 397-2282 www.actapublications.com
African American Catholic Ctr for Evangelization .... 376, 378 (323) 777-2106 www.aaccfe.com
Alexandra International ............................................ 183 (718) 392-9575 www.alexandraint.net
Alpine Camp and Conference Center ...................... 588 (909) 337-6287 www.alpine-cc.org
Al’s Art ..................................................................... 271 (818) 205-8952 alfonsosoltero@yahoo.com
America Magazine ................................................... 541 (213) 581-4640 www.americamagazine.org
American Bible Society ............................................ 614, 616 (888) 239-3976 www.bibles.com
Ancient Arts Stained Glass ...................................... 529 (310) 832-7613 www.ancientartsstainedglass.com
Aquinas Institute of Theology .................................. 585 (800) 977-3869 www.ai.edu
Archdiocese of L.A. Dept. of Catholic Schools ........ 440 (213) 637-7300 www.lacatholicschools.org
Ave Maria Press ...................................................... 475, 477, 479, 574, 576, 578 (800) 282-1865 www.avemariapress.com
Baker Publishing Group ........................................... 674 (800) 679-1957 www.bakerpublishinggroup.com
Boston College School of Theology & Ministry ........ 545 (617) 552-6535 www.bc.edu/stm
Brothers of the Sacred Heart ................................... 668 (732) 718-8559 brothersofthesacredheart.org
Buena Prensa .......................................................... 119 (800) 858-5450 www.litpress.org
Bugle Media Services .............................................. 338 (410) 420-1144 www.buglemediaservices.com
Butterfly Music ......................................................... 163 (614) 308-6990 www.butterflymusic.com.au
Byzantine Catholic Eparchy of Phoenix ................... 185 (602) 861-9778 www.eparchy-of-van-nuys.org
Café Justo and the Just Trade Center ..................... 315 (866) 545-6406 www.justcoffee.org
California Catholic Conference ................................ 244, 246, 248, 250, 252 (916) 313-4019 www.cacatholic.org
California Province of the Society of Jesus ............. 606, 608, 610, 612 (408) 884-1637 www.JesuitsCalifornia.org
Capuchin Franciscans - Western America Province.. 744 (805) 686-4127 www.beafriar.com
Cards by Anne ......................................................... 223 (888) 766-7761 www.cardsbyanne.com
The Carmelite Friars/Order of Carmelites ............... 688 (713) 906-2233 www.carmelites.net
Carondelet Artists .................................................... 516, 518 (310) 889-2135 www.csjla.org
Catechist Magazine ................................................. 380 (800) 543-4383 www.catechist.com
CATgear .................................................................. 670 (352) 636-8750 www.CATgear.com
Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels Gift Shop ....... 251, 253 (877) 680-5277 www.olacathedral.org
Catholic Association of Music .................................. 672 (914) 699-1953 www.CAMmusic.com
Catholic Book Publishing Corp. ............................... 337, 339, 341 (973) 890-2400 www.catholicbookpublishing.com
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Catholic Digest ........................................................ 347 (800) 321-0411 www.catholicdigest.com
Catholic Engaged Encounter ................................... 683 (909) 624-0665 www.ceeofla.org
Catholic Heart Workcamp ........................................ 675, 677 (407) 678-0073 www.heartworkcamp.com
Catholic Legislative Network ................................... 176 (916) 313.4014 www.cacatholic.org
Catholic Mortuaries .................................................. 544, 546, 548 (562) 944-2667 www.catholicmortuaries.com
Catholic Relief Services ........................................... 319, 321 (619) 618-2363 www.crs.org
Catholic Teacher Resources .................................... 658 (888) 326-7858 catholicteacherresources.com
Catholic Theological Union ...................................... 640 (773) 371-5450 www.ctu.edu
Catholic Travel Centre ............................................. 644 (800) 553-5233 www.gocatholictravel.com
Ceili Rain ................................................................. 520 (615) 818-3538 www.ceilirain.com
Center for Action and Contemplation ....................... 413, 415 (505) 242-9588 cacradicalgrace.org
Center for Spiritual Development ............................ 508, 510, 512, 514 (714) 744-3175 www.thecsd.com
Centro Betania, Sisters of Mercy, Peru Mission ...... 367 011-51-73-372231 terrysaettarsm@gmail.com
Chagall Design Limited ............................................ 523, 525, 622, 624 (800) 947-7923 www.chagalldesign.com
Christian Foundation for Children and Aging ........... 142 (800) 875-6564 www.hopeforafamily.org
Cistercian Publications ............................................ 121 (800) 858-5450 www.litpress.org
Claretian Missionaries ............................................. 564, 566 (773) 493-8119 www.claretians.org
Claretian Publications .............................................. 568, 570 (312) 544-8139 www.claretianpubs.org
CM Almy .................................................................. 351, 353 (800) 225-2569 www.almy.com
Coalition to Abolish Slavery & Trafficking ................ 449 (213) 365-1906 www.castla.org
Colors To Move Your Soul ....................................... 209 (909) 626-0757 ColorsToMoveYourSoul.com
Columban Mission Awareness Resources .............. 480 (877) 299-1920 www.columban.org
Comboni Missionaries ............................................. 563, 565 (626) 339-1914 roxanne@comboni.com
Commonweal Magazine .......................................... 577 (212) 662-4200 www.commonwealmagazine.org
Compelling Creations, Inc. ...................................... 108 (770) 394-3598 www.compelling-creations.com
Concern America ..................................................... 241, 243 (714) 953-8575 www.concernamerica.org
Concordia Publishing House ................................... 463, 465, 467 (800) 325-3040 www.cph.org
Contreras Religious Art ............................................ 366, 368, 370 (760) 741-9978 scontreras@cox.net
Convivium Press ...................................................... 663 (786) 866-9718 www.conviviumpress.com
Cooper Ray ............................................................. 172 (225) 978-8875 www.cooperray.com
Cornerstone by ImageTrend .................................... 676 (888) 469-7789 www.ImageTrend.com/Cornerstone
Cornerstone Media Inc. ........................................... 365 (707) 431-8336 www.cornerstonemedia.org
Cotter Church Supplies ........................................... 175, 177, 274, 276 (213) 385-3366 www.cotters.com
Creative Communications for the Parish ................. 349 (636) 305-9777 www.creativecommunications.com
Creator Mundi, Inc. .................................................. 219 (303) 795-8148 www.creatormundi.com
The Crossroad Publishing Co. ................................. 322 (845) 517-0180 www.crossroadpublishing.com
De La Salle Christian Brothers ................................ 179, 181 (707) 252-3861 www.delasalle.org
Dennis Doyle / Incarnation Music ............................ 242 (818) 636-0912 ddoyle@glendale.edu
Diocese of Orange ................................................... 100, 102, 104 (714) 282-3062 www.rcbo.org
Diocese of San Bernardino ...................................... 107, 109 (909) 475-5140 www.sbdiocese.org
Dominican Friars ..................................................... 283 (510) 596-1821 www.opwest.org
Dominican School of Philosophy & Theology .......... 283 (888) 450-3778 www.dspt.edu
Dominican Sisters .................................................... 281 (415) 939-5873 www.sanrafaelop.org
Ecumenicus USA ..................................................... 646, 648 (609) 588-0556 religiousmerchandise.com
Editorial Verbo Divino .............................................. 468, 470 011-34-948-556-511 www.verbodivino.es
Eerdmans Books for Young Readers ...................... 481, 483 (800) 253-7521 www.eerdmans.com
El Sembrador Ministries .......................................... 211, 213, 215, 217 (818) 260-0222 www.elsembrador.org
Faith-Sharing, Inc. ................................................... 660 (562) 397-0955 www.faith-sharing.com
Family Theater Productions ..................................... 381, 383, 385 (800) 874-0999 www.familytheater.org
FECOM-USA, LLC .................................................. 291 (973) 495-1796 www.fecom.org
Fireside Catholic Publishing .................................... 619, 718 (800) 676-3264 www.firesidecatholic.com
Fr. Tony Ricard - KnightTime Ministries ................... 714 (504) 236-8828 www.FatherTony.com
France White, SHCJ ................................................ 350, 352 (626) 345-1666 fwhite@shcj.org
Franciscan School of Theology ............................... 581 (877) 793-1378 www.fst.edu
Friendship Ministries/Ministerio Amistad ................. 187 (888) 866-8966 www.friendship.org
Fundación Ramon Pane .......................................... 257, 356, 358 (954) 885-1507 www.fundacionpane.org
Gaspard, Inc. ........................................................... 90, 92 (800) 784-6868 www.gaspardinc.com
Get Green to Get Green .......................................... 122 (877) 744-8644 www.ggtogg.com
Gethesemani Libreria Catolica ................................ 387, 389, 391, 486, 488, 490 (323) 262-7904 www.gethesemani.com
GIA Publications, Inc. .............................................. 137, 139, 141, 236, 238, 240 (800) GIA-1358 www.giamusic.com
Gifts From the Holy Land ......................................... 557, 656 (888) 336-3275 www.giftsfromtheholyland.com
Girl Scouts, Camp Fire & Boy Scouts ...................... 583 (626) 967-1815 www.ccsala.org
Glenmary Home Missioners .................................... 664 (513) 881-7411 www.glenmary.org
Gold ‘N Things ......................................................... 390 (951) 316-8043 lwoolums@gmail.com
Good Ground Press ................................................. 386 (651) 690-7010 goodgroundpress.com
Gradelink ................................................................. 567 (800) 742-3083 www.gradelink.com
Group ....................................................................... 263, 265 (970) 292-4473 www.group.com
Guadalupe Radio ..................................................... 611, 613, 615 (800) 777-4547 www.guadaluperadio.com
HarperOne ............................................................... 311, 313 (415) 477-4456 www.harperone.com
Heart Beat Distribution ............................................ 692 (800) 433-3262 www.heartbeatrecords.com
Herald Entertainment ............................................... 290 (214) 548-6177 heraldentertainment.com
Hershey & Associates .............................................. 180, 182, 184 (206) 463-4550 www.terryhershey.com
Hispanic Ministry Resource Ctr / Claretian Pubs. ... 568, 570 (312) 544-8139 www.claretianpubs.org
Holy Angels Church of the Deaf .............................. 450 (310) 516-1208 www.hacofthedeaf.org
Holy Cross Family Ministries ................................... 381, 383, 385 (800) 299-7729 www.familyrosary.org
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Holy Land Rocks ..................................................... 191 (909) 575-8006 www.HolyLandRocks.com
Hombre Nuevo ........................................................ 611, 613, 615 (800) 777-4547 www.hombrenuevo.net
Homeboy Industries ................................................. 643 (323) 526-1254 www.homeboy-industries.org
Ignatius Press .......................................................... 260, 262, 264, 266 (800) 651-1531 www.ignatius.com
International Catholic Stewardship Council ............. 662 (800) 352-3452 catholicstewardship.org
Jesse Manibusan 2 x 2 Ministries ............................ 409 (817) 481-3387 www.jessemanibusan.com
Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara Univ. ...... 482 (800) 824-0122 www.scu.edu/jst
Jesuit/Ignatian Volunteer Corps ............................... 606, 608, 610, 612 (408) 241-4200 www.jesuitvolunteers.org
John August Swanson, Artist ................................... 537, 636, 638 (310) 649-1210 www.johnaugustswanson.com
John Paul II Media Institute ..................................... 690 (902) 422-1349 www.jp2mi.ca
Judson Studios ........................................................ 561 (323) 255-0131 www.judsonstudios.com
Just Faith Ministries ................................................. 317 (502) 429-0865 www.justfaith.org
KWD Uniforms ......................................................... 437, 439 (562) 690-2263 kwduniform@aol.com
La Cruz T-Shirts ....................................................... 678 (310) 702-0475 lacruzt@aol.com
Lalo Garcia Sacred & Fine Art Studio ...................... 233 (818) 365-8003 www.lalogarcia.com
L’Arche Wavecrest ................................................... 587 (714) 923-1221 www.larchewavecrest.org
Lay Mission-Helpers Association ............................. 562 (213) 368-1873 www.laymissionhelpers.org
Librería San Pablo ................................................... 627, 629, 631, 726, 728, 730 (323) 265-2563
Life Teen .................................................................. 146, 148, 150, 152 (480) 820-7001 www.lifeteen.com
Liguori Publications ................................................. 457, 459, 461, 556, 558, 560 (800) 325-9521 www.liguori.org
Little Rock Scripture Study ...................................... 117 (800) 858-5434 www.littlerockscripture.org
Liturgical Apostolate Center ..................................... 111, 113, 115 (213) 250-7962 www.pddm.us
Liturgical Press ........................................................ 218, 220, 222 (800) 858-5450 www.litpress.org
Liturgy Training Publications .................................... 336, 338, 340, 342, 344, 346... (800) 933-1800 www.ltp.org
Living Water Wood Works, Inc ................................ 657 (714) 549-3756
Logos Management Software, Inc. .......................... 722 (800) 266-3311 logoscms.com
Loyola Inst. Spirituality/Jesuit Retreat Center .......... 606, 608, 610, 612 (714) 997-9587 www.loyolainstitute.org
Loyola Institute for Ministry ...................................... 582 (504) 865-3399 dblair@loyno.edu
Loyola Marymount University .................................. 145, 147, 149, 151, 153 (310) 338-2700 www.lmu.edu
Loyola Press ............................................................ 603, 605, 607, 609, 702, 704... (800) 621-1008 www.loyolapress.com
Loyola Univ. Chicago, Institute of Pastoral Studies . 620 (312) 915-7400 www.luc.edu/ips
Madonna Arts .......................................................... 628 (619) 297-4931 www.madonnaarts.com
Magnificat ................................................................ 157, 256 (914) 502-1846 www.magnificat.com
Marianist Vocation Ministry ...................................... 667, 669 (808) 735-4801 www.marianist.com/vocations
Marklin Candle Design ............................................ 451, 453, 550, 552 (603) 746-2211 www.marklincandledesign.com
Maryknoll Fathers & Brothers .................................. 417, 419, 421, 423, 425, 522... (888) 627-9566 www.maryknollsociety.org
Mary’s Pence: Funding Women, Changing Lives .... 350, 352 (718) 720-8040 www.MarysPence.org
Megan McKenna - The Wayfarer’s Tale .................. 411 www.meganmckenna.org
Meyer-Vogelpohl Co. ............................................... 143 (800) 543-0264 www.mvchurchgoods.com
Ministerio Biblico Verbo Divino ................................ 369, 371 (909) 383-9030 www.verbodivino.org
Ministry Scheduler Pro ............................................ 586 (888) 622-0949 www.MinisterSchedulerPro.com
Ministry with Lesbian & Gay Catholics .................... 448 lgbtcatholics.net
Mission Haiti ............................................................ 120 (626) 403-6139 www.holyfamily.org
Morehouse Education Resources ........................... 645, 647 (800) 242-1918 www.churchpublishing.org
Mount St. Mary’s College, Los Angeles ................... 515, 517 (213) 477-2800 www.msmc.la.edu
Multicultural Resources / Gift Center ....................... 288 (213) 351-9510
Mysterium - A Sacred Art & Design Studio .............. 88 (702) 257-0901
National Catholic Educational Association .............. 536, 538 (800) 711-6232 www.ncea.org
Nest Family .............................................................. 174 (800) 988-6378 www.BestBibleDvds.com
Nippert & Co Artworks ............................................. 275, 374 (717) 385-8166 www.catholicartworks.com
Notre Dame Creations ............................................. 103, 105, 202, 204 (805) 558-5182 www.inthebetween.com
Now You Know Media .............................................. 388 (800) 955-3904 www.nowyouknowmedia.com
Oblate School of Theology ...................................... 487 (210) 341-1366 www.ost.edu
OCP ......................................................................... 401, 403, 405, 500, 502, 504 (877) 271-3786 www.ocp.org
Office of Justice and Peace ..................................... 317 (213) 637-7690 archdiocese.la/ojp
Office of Parish Life - Archdiocese of Los Angeles .. 424 (213) 637-7533 archdiocese.la/ministry/associates
Office of Religious Education .................................. 430 (213) 637-7303 www.archdiocese.la/ore
Office of Restorative Justice .................................... 447 (213) 438-4820 www.rcbo.org
O’Keeffe Religious Articles ...................................... 362, 364 (626) 444-3817 jmccarthy1425@sbcglobal.net
OLG Franciscan Friars ............................................ 661 (505) 831-9199 www.olgvocations.org
OPM / Catholic Creative Services ........................... 469 (818) 567-2055 www.opmdesign.com
Orbis Books ............................................................. 417, 419, 421, 423, 425, 522... (888) 627-9566 www.orbisbooks.com
Our Sunday Visitor Curriculum Div.,
formerly Harcourt Religion Publishers ................... 301, 303, 305, 400, 402, 404 (800) 348-2440 x2173 www.osvcurriculum.com
Our Sunday Visitor Publishing ................................. 201, 203, 205, 300, 302, 304 (800) 348-2440 x2173 www.osv.com
Outside da Box ........................................................ 471 (630) 242-4898 www.outsidedabox.com
Oxford University Press ........................................... 489 (919) 677-0977 www.oup.com/us
Paraclete Press ....................................................... 278, 280 (800) 451-5006 www.paracletepress.com
Parish Data System ................................................. 665 (800) 892-5202 www.parishdata.com
ParishSOFT ............................................................. 547 (734) 205-1000 www.parishsoft.com
Pauline Books & Media ........................................... 375, 377, 379, 474, 476, 478 (310) 397-8676 www.pauline.org
Paulist Evangelization Ministries (formerly PNCEA) .. 309 (800) 237-5515 www.PNCEA.org
Paulist Press ............................................................ 308, 310 (800) 218-1903 www.paulistpress.com
Paulist Press Book Center ....................................... 312, 314, 316, 318, 320 (714) 545-8021 www.paulistpressbookcenter.com
Paulist Productions .................................................. 306 (310) 454-0688 www.paulistproductions.org
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PAX Clothing ........................................................... 189 (310) 548-6535 www.paxclothing.com
Pflaum Publishing Group ......................................... 382, 384 (800) 543-4383 www.pflaum.com
Pontifical Mission Societies ..................................... 442, 444 (212) 563-8700 www.onefamilyinmission.org
Poor Clare Sisters of Rwanda and Italy ................... 742 (805) 732-1251
Prince of Peace Abbey ............................................ 685 (760) 967-4200 princeofpeaceabbey.blogspot.com
Printery House ......................................................... 509, 511, 513 (800) 322-2737 www.printeryhouse.org
Random House/Image Books/Doubleday Religion . 307 (212) 782-9000 www.randomhouse.com
RCL Benziger .......................................................... 127, 129, 131, 133, 226, 228... (877) 275-4725 www.rclbenziger.com
RENEW International .............................................. 659 (908) 769-5400 www.renewintl.org
Richard A. Jarrett Stained Glass Studio .................. 543 (760) 788-9243 www.richardajarrett.com
Root Candles ........................................................... 165, 167 (714) 679-5300 churchcatalog.rootcandles.com
Rosary Rap .............................................................. 671 (210) 683-6003 www.rosaryrap.com
Sacred Findings - Creative Meditations and More .. 261 (310) 413-2775 www.sacredfindings.com
Sacred Heart Kids’ Club/Club del Sagrado Corazon ... 684 (323) 935-2372 www.sacredheartsisters.com
Saint Andrew’s Abbey .............................................. 637, 639, 641, 736, 738, 740 (888) 454-5411 www.saintandrewsabbey.com
Saint John’s Abbey .................................................. 214 (320) 363-2548 abbeyvocations.com
Saint John’s Bible .................................................... 123 (800) 858-5450 www.sjbible.org
Saint John’s School of Theology-Seminary ............. 216 (800) 361-8318 www.csbsju.edu/sot
Saint Joseph High School ....................................... 575 (562) 925-5073 www.sj-jester.org
Saint Mary’s Press ................................................... 357, 359, 361, 363, 456, 458... (800) 533-8095 www.smp.org
Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota ...................... 680 (800) 635-5987 www.smumn.edu/ipm
Salesian Youth Ministry ........................................... 464, 466 (626) 280-8622 x35 sdbyouth@salesianym.org
Salvatorians - Priests, Brothers, Sisters and Lay .... 720 (414) 258-1735 x104 www.salvatorians.com
Sandalstrap ............................................................. 225, 227, 229 (800) 515-0047 www.sandalstrap.com
Santa Clara Univ./Grad. Program in Pastoral Min. .. 484 (408) 554-4831 www.scu.edu/pastoralministries
Sara K. Rubin Pottery and Sculpture ....................... 138, 140 (585) 442-6890 www.rubinpottery.com
School of Theology & Ministry, Seattle University ... 485 (800) 578-3118 www.seattleu.edu/stm
School Systems Group of Pearson ......................... 590 (603) 664-2339 www.pearsonschoolsystems.com
SCRC ...................................................................... 284 (818) 771-1361 www.scrc.org
Seraph 7 Clothing Company ................................... 156 (713) 823-6442 www.seraph7.com
Servants of Sacred Heart of Jesus, Mary, Joseph .. 557, 656 (805) 524-0641 shjesusmaryandjoseph.org
SHCJ Art/France White ........................................... 350, 352 (626) 345-1666 shcj.org/white_reproductions
Sisters of Bon Secours ............................................ 591 (877) 742-0277 bonsecoursvocations.org
Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary .......... 686 (408) 569-7222 www.bvmcong.org
Sisters of Nazareth .................................................. 746 (310) 839-2361 sistersofnazareth.com
Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods .. 158, 160 (812) 535-2802 sistersofprovidence.org
Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange ............................... 508, 510, 512, 514 (714) 633-8121 www.csjorange.org
Sisters of the Holy Names/Clay Creations .............. 112 (408) 354-3944 snicki@stmaryslg.org
Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Council of L.A. ....... 625 (888) 552-7872 www.svdpla.org
Soft Saints, Inc. ....................................................... 571 (714) 505-3127 www.softsaints.com
Spiritandsong.com – a division of OCP ................... 407, 506 (503) 460-9173 www.spiritandsong.com
St. Anne in the Mountains Retreat Center ............... 258 (909) 867-2832 www.mountaincatholic.org
St. Anthony Messenger Press ................................. 206, 208, 210, 212 (800) 488-0488 www.americancatholic.org
St. Camillus Center – HIV/AIDS, Justice & Peace .. 446 (323) 225-4461 www.stcamilluscenter.org
St. Paul High School ................................................ 712 (562) 698-6246 www.stpaulhs.org
St. Vincent Pallotti Center for Apostolic Develop. ... 679 (877) VOL-LINK www.pallotticenter.org
Storykeepers ........................................................... 710 www.storykeepers.com
Sunrise Printery ....................................................... 681 (323) 936-6259 www.sunriseprintery.com
Technology Center ................................................... 530 (213) 637-7346 www.RECongress.org
Tekton Woodworks .................................................. 277 (435) 513-5500 www.tektonwoodworks.com
The H2O Project ...................................................... 118 (281) 686-0616 www.theh2oproject.org
The Tomorrow Project/Catholic Charities ................ 178 (619) 230-1151 www.tomorrowproject.org
TheFeltSource.com ................................................. 649, 651, 653 (800) 463-1053 www.thefeltsource.com
TORCH3M: Dominican Movies, Music, & Magic ..... 285 (323) 533-0306 www.torch3m.org
Tori … Art on Fire ..................................................... 114 (951) 675-0157 www.torisfire.com
Tree of Life Imports, Inc. .......................................... 267 (800) 300-3335 www.thetreeoflifeimports.com
Tutwiler Quilts .......................................................... 642 (662) 345-8393 www.tutwilerquilters.org
Twenty-Third Publications ....................................... 343, 345 (800) 321-0411 www.23rdpublications.com
U.S. Air Force Chaplains Corps ............................... 724 (800) 803-2452 www.usafhc.af.mil
University of Dallas School of Ministry .................... 286 (888) 447-4777 www.udallas.edu/ministry
Univ. of Notre Dame/Alliance for Catholic Ed. ........ 452 (574) 631-9996 ace.nd.edu
University of San Diego ........................................... 580 (619) 260-4735 www.sandiego.edu/um
USAMadrid Books ................................................... 584 (312) 404-3274 www.usamadrid.com
USCCB/Vatican ....................................................... 533, 630, 632 (800) 235-8722 www.usccbpublishing.org
Val MacRae Designs ............................................... 245, 247 (562) 429-7462 vmacrae@mac.com
Verbum Dei Libreria Catolica ................................... 551, 553, 650, 652 (323) 722-7275 verbumdeiusa@aol.com
Veritas Co Ltd .......................................................... 406, 408, 410, 412, 414, 416 www.veritas.ie
Vietnam Catholic Artistic Crafts & Books ................. 418, 420
Vincentian Family .................................................... 621, 623 (650) 949-8890 www.daughtersofcharity.com
Vocations Office ....................................................... 441, 443, 445 (213) 637-7514 www.lavocations.org
William H Sadlier, Inc. .............................................. 324, 326, 328, 330, 332 (800) 221-5175 www.sadlier.com
Wipf and Stock Publishers ....................................... 168, 170 (541) 344-1528 www.wipfandstock.com
Wood & Iron Factory ................................................ 237 (619) 710-1660 www.thewoodironfactory.com
Word on Fire Catholic Ministries .............................. 360 (847) 581-4285 www.WordOnFire.org
World Library Publications ....................................... 501, 503, 505, 600, 602, 604 (800) 566-6150 www.wlpmusic.com
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N
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3
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3
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C
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A
L
L

A

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A
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W
A
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S
A
C
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S
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A
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C
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V
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3
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F
L
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A
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C
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B
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H
A
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( WHERE TO FIND)
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A
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A
C
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F
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C
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A
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2
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8
N
T
I
O
N

2
0
9
N
T
I
O
N

2
1
0
N
T
I
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2
1
1
N
T
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2
1
2
N
T
I
O
N

2
1
3
N
T
I
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3
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3
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3
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A
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E
213D
304D
BA LLRO O M
FREIG HT
ELEVA TO R
FREIG HT
ELEVA TO R
E D C B A
304C
304B
304A
303D
303C
303B
303A
213C
213B
213A
212B
212A
211B
211A
210D
210C
210B
210A
209B
209A
208B
208A
207D
207C
207B
207A
206B
206A
205B
205A
203B
203A
202B
202A
201D
201C
201B
201A
204D
204B/ C
204A
LEVEL 3
RO O M S
303- 304
LEVEL 2
RO O M S
201- 213