2019 RECongress Period 3
Religious Education Congress
Friday, March 22, 2019
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3-01 “Dreams I Never Had” – Justice Denied Arena
Throughout Sacred Scripture, God sent dreams of peace and love to the prophets and saints. In 1963, God even allowed Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to share his vision of love through his famous “I Have A Dream” speech. Unfortunately, we are living in a time where the dream of Dr. King and the prophets of old have become nightmares to many. From clergy scandals and police brutality to explicit racism and sexism, we are dealing with stuff of which we never dreamed. This interactive workshop will work to share light on the “dreams I never had!”
Rev. R. Tony Ricard, MTh, MDiv
Fr. Tony Ricard is a priest of the New Orleans Archdiocese who currently serves as Pastor of St. Gabriel the Archangel Parish, and Campus Minister and Chair of Theology at St. Augustine High School in New Orleans. He is also an instructor for the Institute for Black Catholic Studies at Xavier University and Director of Knight Time Ministries. Fr. Ricard is a native of New Orleans and a former public schoolteacher. He has authored many books and has preached addresses, retreats and revivals across the nation and in 22 countries.
3-02 A Vision for Conversion: Leading for Change in Your Life and Your Parish
We are called to ongoing conversion – to change our minds and hearts in order to more fully live as disciples of Jesus Christ. If our parishes are to be communities that foster lifelong conversion, we must embrace change, as individuals, and within the life of the parish. Explore principles that will equip you to develop a vision for conversion, to lead for and manage change.
Leisa Anslinger is a frequent presenter at parish leadership days as well as diocesan and national conferences. She is Associate Department Director for Pastoral Life in the Cincinnati Archdiocese, and Director of Catholic Life and Faith, a center for pastoral leadership development. A former adjunct faculty member at the Athenaeum of Ohio, Anslinger is a contributing author to The Living Word publication and has written several books, her latest includes “A Vision for Conversion” and “30 Days on Stewardship, What Can I Do?”
3-03 Encounter: The Challenges of Our Faith
One of the dominant themes Pope Francis uses is “encounter,” urging Catholics to go out to the peripheries, especially to the poor and the marginalized, and encounter other persons. Illustrated by personal experiences of encounter from his international work in humanitarian aid with Catholic Relief Services, Sean Callahan will lead participants in reflection on the transformative power of encountering Christ in the other.
Sean L. Callahan
Sean Callahan is President and CEO of Catholic Relief Services, the official international humanitarian agency of the U.S. Catholic community. As a 28-year veteran of CRS, he has held a wide variety of leadership roles, including Chief Operating Officer, Executive Vice President for Overseas Operations, and Regional Director for South Asia. Callahan is also President of Caritas North America and Vice President of Caritas Internationalis, where he serves on the Executive Board and Representative Council.
3-04 With a Father’s Heart, With a Mother’s Heart: Processing Grief, Loss and Renewal with Children
On February 16, 2000, Australian children’s composer Andrew Chinn lost his daughter to cancer. It was a life-changing, faith-changing event. Each of us in our lives and in our ministries encounter those who have suffered great loss through death, divorce or separation. Come and share the experience of Andrew and others who work with children and explore ways we can better minister to the children and families in our care. Together, we will gently weave together story, song and prayer as we seek to show the nurturing love of God to those in our care.
Andrew Chinn worked as a classroom teacher in Catholic elementary schools in Sydney, Australia for nearly 20 years before moving into full-time music ministry as Director of Butterfly Music. With over 35 years of experience in teaching, leadership and liturgy, he has performed and presented at Catholic education conferences in 30 dioceses across Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the United States. Chinn has released numerous CDs, DVDs and picture books that are widely used. In 2013, he joined the WLP family that now publishes and distributes his music in North America.
3-05 Parenthood as Spiritual Practice
Parenthood and other demanding caregiver roles can fill one’s life with meaning, connection and joy or leave one feeling depleted and desperate. Jeanne Cotter, liturgical composer and storyteller, is a mother of three “neurologically different” children and the primary caregiver of an aging parent with dementia. In this workshop, she shares her own story and strategies for creating a daily spiritual practice from the demands of being a caregiver, surrendering to God’s love in the cacophony of the present moment.
Based in St. Paul, Minn., Jeanne Cotter is a liturgical composer, performer, storyteller and owner of Mythic Rain. She has presented throughout the United States, including the National Association of Pastoral Musicians and was a team member for the North American Forum on the Catechumenate. Cotter was a presenter at the National Association of Women Business Owners and at the National Speakers Association. A prolific author, her latest titles include “Encounter: From the Heart of Pope Francis.”
3-06 Using Amoris Laetitia in Defense of Life and Natural Family Planning
Discussion of Pope Francis’ Apostolic Exhortation, Amoris Laetitia, has become increasingly heated in recent months in our ever-more-polarized Catholic culture. This has led to a simplistic, all-or-nothing approach regarding the Exhortation, focusing primarily on the controversial issue of the reception of Holy Communion by those in irregular unions. In fact, the Exhortation contains sections that are very favorable to natural family planning and traditional Catholic sexual ethics: awareness of this may help promote a more positive and broad acceptance of NFP by those who favor the use of Amoris Laetitia in evangelization and catechesis.
Fr. Luke Dysinger, OSB, MD, DPhil
Born in Fullerton, Calif., and raised in nearby Huntington Beach, Fr. Luke Dysinger is a Board-Certified doctor in family practice. In 1980, he joined St. Andrew’s Abbey in Valyermo, Calif, and for the past 18 years the Benedictine monk and priest has taught moral theology and church history at St. John’s Seminary in Camarillo, Calif. Fr. Dysinger has lectured at Oxford University and continues to lecture in bioethics, give presentations on prayer and spirituality, and presents workshops and retreats at St. Andrew’s Abbey.
3-07 Reimagining Confirmation Ministry with Youth
What would it be like if your parish ministry of confirmation was built around providing youth with experiences of faith, relationships with faith witnesses and engaging commitments for ministry, leadership and service? Youth would learn and grow in their faith through this journey of hands-on faithful living. This workshop will explore ways to recreate your preparation and follow-through for confirmation to share faith with youth and their families in vibrant ways.
Based in Gig Harbor, Wash., Tom East is Director of the Center for Ministry Development, He is editor and author of numerous books, including “Leadership for Catholic Youth Ministry.” Previously, he served as Director of Youth Ministry and Associate Director of Religious Education for the Los Angeles Archdiocese. East is a popular speaker at youth ministry and religious education conferences nationwide and has presented at conferences sponsored by the Center for Ministry Development and all the major national conferences.
3-08 “Row, Row, Row Your Boat”: Wisdom from a Childhood Diddy
“Row, row, row your boat/ Gently down the stream/ Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily/ Life is but a dream.” This delightful 19th-century nursery rhyme can teach us much about consciously aligning our human nature with our divine nature. Jesus makes many references to children in the Bible and advises us to “be like children and to come to him full of faith and trust.” This session will be an “exploration of rowing.”
Rev. Richard Fragomeni
A priest of the Diocese of Albany, N.Y., Fr. Richard Fragomeni is Associate Professor of Liturgy and Homiletics at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago, where he is also Chair of the Department of Word and Worship. He has written widely on liturgy, music, symbolism, the Catechumenate, the Eucharist and liturgies with children, among other subjects. In addition to his teaching and preaching duties, Fr. Fragomeni serves as spiritual director for the Shrine of Our Lady of Pompeii, an Italian-American parish in Chicago’s Little Italy.
3-09 Curses of the Apple
Children are exposed to technology from a very young age, even in the religious education classroom. Growing disciples means engaging hearts. So, the arts are needed more than ever to help develop empathy, understanding, conversation and imagination. Join this fun and interactive workshop to discover how the arts – and especially drama – can enliven your religious education classroom.
Based in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, Anne Frawley-Mangan teaches at Holy Spirit Seminary and at Australian Catholic University and is Sacramental and Pastoral Coordinator at All Saints Parish in Albany Creek. She is an experienced educator, writer and artist who specializes in using the arts to enhance religious education and liturgy. Frawley-Mangan is also Creative Director of Litmus Productions, which produced “Good News: Dramas from Luke’s Gospel.”
3-10 Administration as a Spiritual Journey
Administration is often critiqued both by those within the profession and outside as work that takes fun-loving people and turns them into anxious curmudgeons, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Speaking out of her own experience as an educational administrator and parish leader, Ann Garrido will look at practices of administration that can be potentially trans formative, making us not only effective administrators but holier, healthier Christians. Participants will be invited to reassess their own daily tasks with an eye toward how they might serve not only the greater Reign of God, but their own personal spiritual journey.
Ann M. Garrido
Ann Garrido is Associate Professor of Homiletics at Aquinas Institute of Theology in St. Louis, Mo., and Director of their Spiritual Formation for Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies-Catechesis of the Good Shepherd Program. She also serves as a Consultant with Triad Consulting Group, a conflict mediation and communications team based in Cambridge, Mass. Garrido is a recognized formation leader for the National Association of the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd. Her books include “Redeeming Conflict,” “Preaching to the Choir” and “Redeeming Administration”
3-11 Educating in Faith that Does Justice
In this time of intensified political polarization, it is imperative that Catholics renew our commitment to a living Christian faith. Such faith demands the works of justice. We must be clear about what justice, why justice and how to intentionally educate in faith that does justice.
Dr. Thomas Groome
Dr. Tom Groome is Professor of Theology and Religious Education at Boston College School of Theology, and Director of their Church in the 21st Century Center. The award-winning author has written or edited 10 books and numerous articles and essays. Dr. Groome has made over 800 public presentations throughout the last 42 years, both nationally and internationally. A favorite speaker of the Religious Education Congress; this marks his 38th year of giving presentations.
3-12 Baptism: Welcome to a Lifelong Journey of Faith
A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. For Christians, the most important single step is baptism, the beginning of a lifelong journey of faith and the doorway to all the sacraments. How do you prepare an adult or a child and their family to make that first step toward lifelong faith? How do you engage the entire community to celebrate that first step powerfully as they enfold the newly baptized into the community of disciples? This workshop will help you prepare, celebrate and reflect on the baptismal liturgy as the premier sacramental sign of our Christian mission.
For 40 years, composer Marty Haugen has presented workshops, concerts and presentations across North and Central America, Europe, Asia and the Pacific Rim. His music appears in hymnals for United States, Canadian and Australian Catholics, Lutherans, Methodists, Presbyterians and other Protestant denominations. His latest works are “The Liturgical Ensemble” and “Pilgrims and Companions.” Marty and his wife, Linda, live in Minnesota.
Diana Macalintal is a presenter and co-founder of Team RCIA. She has been keynote at several national gatherings, including the Mid-Atlantic Congress and the Collegeville Conference on Music, Liturgy and the Arts, in addition to her appearances at the L.A. Congress as prayer leader. A former Director of Worship for the Diocese of San Jose, Calif., Macalintal is author of several publications, including “Your Parish IS the Curriculum: RCIA in the Midst of the Community” and the liturgical year resource, “Living Liturgy.”
3-13 YOU Are the Beloved: Praying and Celebrating the Daily Living Reminder
We cannot move forward in any aspect of our spiritual life and mission of discipleship without first claiming and celebrating our being God’s true beloved – we are awesomely loved and adopted as the daughters and sons of God! Then and only then can we live out the “daily reminder” of our primary vocation, to be living witnesses of this love. Let’s take some time to be reflective, to allow ourselves to simply “sit” and dwell in the Spirit of this most awesome gift. Let’s take some time to listen, reflect, pray, sing and give thanks!
David Haas is Director of The Emmaus Center for Music, Prayer and Ministry, as well as Animator for Cretin-Derham Hall Taizé Prayer Community in St. Paul, Minn. He has composed and produced over 50 collections of liturgical music and authored more than 35 books. Haas was founder and Executive Director for 19 years of “Music and Ministry Alive!” Together with Michael Joncas and Marty Haugen, the three were recipients of the 2017 Pax Christi Award from St. John’s Abbey and University in Collegeville, Minn.
3-14 A Multidisciplinary Approach to Human Formation ;
St. Pope John Paul II called for heralds of the Gospel who are “experts in humanity,” meaning people who understand the human condition. In this workshop, Dr. Josephine Lombardi will examine certain factors that influence human behavior and place limits on human freedom and the formation of conscience. She will explore prenatal, postnatal, environmental and genetic factors, including early childhood trauma. This information will offer pastoral-care providers insights into certain types of human behavior, showing how grace is the greatest influence.
Josephine Lombardi, PhD
Dr. Josephine Lombardi has worked in a variety of ministries and is currently Associate Professor of Pastoral and Systematic Theology, Professor of Field Education, and Director of Lay Formation at St. Augustine’s Seminary in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada. She is an author and retreat leader who has presented at numerous conferences. Dr. Lombardi has worked in radio and television and been appointed Series Theologian for the new Growing in Faith, Growing in Christ Religious Education program for Ontario, Alberta, Saskatchewan and the Northwest Territories.
3-15 Sing Justice, Live Justice! Using Music to Promote and Inspire Social Justice in Lent and Easter
The seasons of Lent and Easter are central in our Church year, and justice is at the core of Gospel values. How can we combine the two to actively promote justice during our annual journey from Ash Wednesday to Pentecost? Join Australian composer Michael Mangan as he shares a range of suitable songs for Lent and Easter that will inspire and motivate our school and parish communities to live justice every day. Bring your voice ... and be ready to use it!
Michael Mangan is a composer, teacher and music liturgist from Brisbane, Australia. The former Elementary School Specialist Music Teacher has over 250 compositions that are used in schools and parishes throughout the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Mangan is President of the Australian Pastoral Musicians Network, a member of the Australian Academy of Liturgy, and Music Director at All Saints Catholic Parish in Brisbane.
3-16 AS WE FORGIVE – FREEDOM THROUGH FORGIVENESS
This promises to be a moving presentation, focusing on the call to meaning, and the challenges of forgiveness, healing and reconciliation. There will be special emphasis on the power of God to work wonders through us even when we, ourselves, cannot forgive.
Fr. Jim Marchionda, OP
Dominican priest Fr. Jim Marchionda is a preacher, composer and woodwind instrumentalist who has been engaged in full-time parish mission preaching since 1994. In 2015, he was named Provincial of the Chicago Dominican Province of St. Albert the Great. In addition to his administrative responsibilities, Fr. Marchionda maintains a limited preaching schedule. He has several CDs, and one of his compositions, “I Was Hungry,” was sung during communion at the funeral of St. Mother Teresa of Calcutta.
3-17 “We are Parthians, Medes and Elamites”: The Bible on Our Multicultural Church
Immigration is changing the face of the country and the local church ... and the Bible has something to say about living in a multicultural setting. This session will examine the issues and consider the biblical challenges.
Fr. J. Patrick Mullen, PhD
Fr. Patrick Mullen, a priest of the Los Angeles Archdiocese, is Professor of Biblical Studies at St. John’s Seminary and Pastor of the neighboring Junipero Serra Church in Camarillo, Calif. He is author of “Dining with Pharisees” and the high school Scriptures introductory, “Sacred Scripture.” Fr. Mullen speaks annually at the Religious Education Congress and to diocesan priests in Phoenix, Utah and seven of the 12 dioceses of California, as well as diocesan conferences throughout the Southwest, Texas, Little Rock and Australia.
3-18 AMAZON, SEARS AND GOOGLE: MINISTERING TO FAMILIES TODAY
Times have changed, and are changing. Families, entertainment, information and shopping look different. The pace of life is so fast and other dimensions of modern culture can leave ministers scratching our heads or feeling hopeless that faith and the community life we celebrate are becoming obsolete. We, as ministers, are “thirsting” ... but so are they. Let’s discuss how we find Living Water.
Mike Patin, the “engaging” Cajun who lives in Lafayette, La., has served as a high school teacher, coach and diocesan staff person. He was previously with the CYO/Youth Ministry Office for the New Orleans Archdiocese and, since 2003, he has been a full-time “faith horticulturist” addressing groups across the United States and Canada as parish mission presenter, trainer, retreat facilitator and more. Patin has published two books: “A Standing Invitation” and “This Was Not in the Brochures: Lessons from Work, Life and Ministry.”
3-19 HOW TO DO MINISTRY WITHOUT DESTROYING YOUR VOCATION
Doing ministry can be hazardous to your vocation. Finding balance can often be difficult when we are called to ministry. Whether a priest, religious or lay leader, it is critical we continue to care for our primary vocation. This workshop will give practical steps to keep us healthy in ministry.
Bob Perron is Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry for the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston, W.Va. For over a decade he has presented in over 60 dioceses across the United States and Canada. Perron has been a keynote presenter at the National Catholic Youth Conference and the L.A. Youth Day along with numerous workshops at the National Conference on Catholic Youth Ministry. His latest book is entitled “God Sized Family.”
3-20 The Sex Abuse Crisis: A Church that Needs to Take Action
The clergy sex abuse crisis continues to rock the Catholic Church. In this session we will take a look at some possible actions the Church can take.
Rev. Thomas J. Reese, SJ
Fr. Thomas Reese is a writer and Senior Analyst with Religion News Service. Previously, the Jesuit priest wrote for the National Catholic Reporter and America magazine. He has presented at numerous parish and university talks across the country. His books include “Inside the Vatican,” “A Flock of Shepherds” and “Archbishop: Inside the Power Structure of the American Catholic Church.” Fr. Reese frequently appears in the media discussing Catholic issues.
3-21 God, Christ, the Churches and the Poor – Knowing Our Tradition
Everyone who is good-hearted thirsts for justice, but too few of us know what the Scriptures and our Church teachings call us to. What do the Jewish Scriptures (our Old Testament) teach us about God’s relationship to the poor? What does Jesus call us to in terms of living just lives? What are the key teachings of the Church regarding justice? How do we integrate social justice to the demands of spirituality as a whole? Knowing our tradition helps answer these questions.
Fr. Ronald Rolheiser, OMI
Ronald Rolheiser, a Roman Catholic priest and member of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate, is President of the Oblate School of Theology in San Antonio. The well-known lecturer’s books have been translated into many languages and his weekly column appears in more than 80 publications worldwide. Fr. Rolheiser formerly taught at Newman Theological College in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, and served as Provincial Superior of his Oblate Province and on the General Council for the Oblates in Rome.
3-22 Social Media and Digital Catholic Leadership
Today, everyone is connected by mobile devices and social media, and sometimes that light shines brighter than a lighthouse. But who is forming our current and future Catholics in the ethics, morals and faith-based realities of technology? Learn how schools, administrators, pastors and catechists across the world are implementing these faith-based, religious, technology-infused programs!
Paul Sanfrancesco is a National Technology Consultant for William H. Sadlier, Inc. For over 24 years, he has worked in Catholic, private and public education, including as Director of Technology for the 200-plus schools of the Philadelphia Archdiocese and in teaching at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia. Sanfrancesco has been featured in several publications and presents at local and national convocations.
3-23 Reclaiming the Fire of Parish Life
Conversion takes place from the “inside out” and so too does parish transformation. While indicators of success often focus on the externals, this workshop focuses on the internal (the people longing for God who have the capacity to set the world on fire) and Jesus’ approach to disciple-making, including leadership development. This workshop sets forth a vision and practical ways by which your parish can release the fire of your people to become a community of missionary disciples that set the world on fire.
Julianne Stanz is Director of Discipleship and Leadership Development for the Diocese of Green Bay, Wis., and a consultant to the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Committee on Catechesis and Evangelization. Born in Ireland, Stanz is a nationally known speaker, retreat leader and storyteller. She has extensive workshop and presentation experience both locally and nationally and is author of several articles and books, including her two most recent: “Developing Disciples of Christ” and “The Catechist’s Backpack: Spiritual Essentials for the Catechist’s Journey.”
3-24 Islam, Conflict, Peacemaking & the Modern World
In this session, we will explore both the Islamic faith and the Muslim peoples of the world and their relationship to violence and peacemaking in global conflicts. Some attention will also be given to Islam in America. The approach will be theological and sociological as well as historical.
Jihad Mohammed Turk
Jihad Turk is founding President of Bayan Claremont, the first Islamic graduate seminary in the United States, located in Claremont, Calif. He is a Palestinian-American Muslim who has studied Arabic at the Islamic University of Madinah and Farsi at the University of Tehran. Turk has been featured on the History Channel, CNN and the Los Angeles Times and in Washington Post and Huffington Post op-eds. He also appears in the online documentary, “Traveling with Jihad.”
3-25 Accompaniment: Leading Seekers to Encounter Christ
We all know that faith formation moves from the head to the heart. But Pope Francis says we need to move formation even lower – to our feet. He said we must “warm the hearts of the people [and] walk through the dark night with them.” We do this by going “beyond the simple realm of scholastics, in order to educate believers.” The Church has given us a perfect formation model in the baptismal catechumenate. Come discover the six core principles of the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults and how those principles guide us in the art of accompaniment.
Nick Wagner is co-founder and Co-Director of the online resource TeamRCIA.com. He has spoken at numerous parish, diocesan and national training events for over 25 years, and has been an active team member with the North American Forum on the Catechumenate. He is also on the faculty at the Institute for Leadership in Ministry in the Diocese of San Jose, Calif. Wagner is author of “Field Hospital Catechesis: The Core Content for RCIA Formation” and “Seek the Living God: Five RCIA Inquiry Questions for Making Disciples.”
3-70 Chạnh Lòng Thương: Đường dẫn đến cuộc sống sung mãn và toàn vẹn
Một bà cụ nằm liệt giường hơn mười năm trong một nhà dưỡng lão đón tiếp tôi với nụ cười thật tươi và ánh mắt rạng ngời. Niềm vui và sự bình an sâu thẳm phản chiếu qua từng ánh mắt của bà; chúng xem ra thật đối lập với tấm thân gầy gò co quắp vì bệnh tật. Tôi thật xúc động và tự hỏi: Điều gì đã khiến bà cụ có thể tươi vui như thế kia? Tất cả chúng ta đều muốn sống một cuộc đời vui tươi hạnh phúc và mỗi người đi tìm nó theo cách thể riêng của mình. Không ít người đi đến kết cục với cảm giác trống rỗng, vô nghĩa và buồn bã. Tại sao? Đến với Giêsu, Ngài sẽ chỉ cho bạn cách thế để đạt được cuộc sống hạnh phúc và sung mãn ngay hôm nay.
The Heart That Moved: A Way Toward Life-Fulfillment and Wholeness
An elderly woman in a nursing home who was bedridden for more than 10 years welcomed me with her sweet smile and bright eyes. Her joy and deep peace radiated in her eyes, which seemed contradictory to her thin and curled body. I was so moved that I asked: What makes this person so happy? We all want to live happy, meaningful lives and each individual searches for happiness in their own way. Many people end up with a sense of emptiness, meaninglessness and sadness. Why? Let Jesus show us the way toward a happy and fulfilling live today.
Sơ Lý Thị Bích Quyền
Thuộc Dòng Đức Bà Truyền Giáo, một Hội Dòng thừa sai quốc tế đang hiện diện và phục vụ ở năm châu lục. Sơ là một trong năm thành viên của Ban Lãnh Đạo Trung Ương của Hội Dòng, sống và làm việc tại Roma. Sơ thăm viếng và cộng tác với các sơ tại hơn hai mươi quốc gia để điều phối đời sống và sứ mạng của Dòng. Sơ Bích Quyên phục vụ trong lãnh vực huấn luyện đào tạo nhân sự, tư vấn tâm lý, dạy học, mục vụ cho tù nhân và những người bên lề xã hội.
Sr. Bich Quyen Thi Ly
Sr. Bich Quyen Ly is a member of the Congregation of Sisters of Our Lady of the Missions. She lives in Rome and serves as a member of the General Council for her Congregation. She visits and works with sisters across five continents regarding life and mission of the Congregation. Sr. Ly has experienced working in formation ministry, counselling, prison ministry as well as serving marginalized people with education and pastoral ministries.