Religious Education Congress
Friday Workshops - Period 2
February 28, 2003 • 1:00 - 3:30 p.m.
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2-01 Music, Movement and Dance: Practical Ideas for WorshipDonna Anderle and Mark Friedman share creative storytelling ideas, introduce new music, and show ways of incorporating movement and dance into celebrations with young people. Great for teachers, DREs, musicians, and all who work with youth.
Donna Anderle is Director of Dance and Liturgical Movement as well as Assistant to the Campus Minister and Liturgy Coordinator at Summit Country School in Cincinnati, Ohio. Owner and operator of her own dance studio, she was formerly a co-founder of the Good News Company and taught in high schools in Chicago and Cincinnati. An accomplished dancer and choreographer, she has dance performed ritual movement and choreographed programs throughout the country.
Mark FriedmanMark Friedman is Campus Minister, Liturgy Director and teacher at Summit Country Day School in Cincinnati, Ohio. He is a published composer for Oregon Catholic Press whose music appears in hymnals nationwide. He is also a contributor to Today’s Liturgy for Children and an accomplished storyteller and actor. He has appeared at many regional conferences and has delivered many diocesan keynotes and seminars nationwide.
2-02 Whose Church Is It Anyway? The Need for the Laity to
Assume Leadership in a Church in Crisis
2-03 Connecting to Our Brothers & Sisters:
African-American Catholics and the African Diaspora
Dr. Anthea Butler is a religious historian specializing in the global history of Christianity, African-American religion, and religion in the African Diaspora. She is currently Assistant Professor of Theological Studies at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, where she has been since 1999.
Dr. Anthea Butler
2-04 Can’t You Feel God’s Spirit?
Richard Cheri presently serves as the Associate Director for Parish Youth Catechesis for the Archdiocese of New Orleans, La. He is music minister at Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church and Director of the New Orleans archdiocesan Gospel Choir. Cheri has spoken and served as the music and liturgy coordinator at numerous conferences throughout the United States.
Richard A. Cheri
2-05 The Call to Holiness: Who Wants to be a Saint?
Robert Ellsberg has served for more than 15 years as Editor in Chief of Orbis Books, where he has overseen the publication of over 600 titles. A former managing editor of The Catholic Worker, he is author and editor of many award-winning books, including writings by Dorothy Day, Gandhi, Charles de Foucauld, Flannery O’Connor, and Thich Nhat Hanh.
2-06 Life’s Missing Pieces
Dr. Lee Ezell, a "humor therapist," is author of eight award-winning books translated into 14 languages. She may be best known for her book, "The Missing Piece" (her life’s story), the real life drama of a virgin teenager with an unplanned pregnancy. Ezell is an internationally sought-after speaker for schools, fund-raisers, conventions and churches of all denominations.
2-07 Encountering the Light
Barbara Fiand, a Sister of Notre Dame de Namur, is author of seven books and a variety of articles as well as cassette tapes. She presently gives retreats and workshops throughout the country and abroad. She is an Adjunct Professor at the Institute of Pastoral Studies at Loyola University in Chicago.
2-08 The Body Gathers: Entrance Rites and Christian Identity
Capuchin priest Fr. Edward Foley is Director of the ecumenical doctoral program and Professor of Liturgy and Music at Chicago’s Catholic Theological Union. A well-known speaker and prolific author of books, articles and CDs, he is a Past President of the North American Academy of Liturgy and is currently on the Executive Committee of the Catholic Academy of Liturgy. He has lectured in over 40 U.S. dioceses, as well as in Canada, Europe and India.
Fr. Edward Foley
2-09 The Scrutinies: Where Liturgy and Catechesis Meet
Dr. Jerry Galipeau, a published composer and author, is Worship Resources Editor at World Library Publications. He has presented workshops nationally and internationally on RCIA, spirituality, liturgy and music. Dr. Galipeau is Past Chairperson of the Board of Directors of the North American Forum on the Catechumenate and is a frequent team member on Forum institutes.
Dr. Jerry Galipeau
2-10 The Women Changing the Face of Christianity
Dr. Colleen Griffith holds a master’s degree in religious education from Boston College and a doctorate in theology from Harvard Divinity School. She is a full-time faculty member at Boston College’s Institute of Religious Education and Pastoral Ministry, where she serves as Faculty Director of Spirituality Studies. Her research and writing interests focus especially on theology, spirituality and the body.
Dr. Colleen M. Griffith
2-11 Death: The Final Rite of Passage
Richard Groves is a popular religious educator and retreat director with 25 years of pastoral experience as a hospice chaplain. Founder of the Sacred Art of Living Pastoral Education Center in Bend, Ore., he trains candidates throughout the West Coast in the art of spiritual direction. His current ministry project is called the Sacred Art of Dying, which is the nation’s first certification program for spirituality in end-of-life care.
Richard F. Groves
2-12 Turn Our Hearts: Praying & Singing Our Faith Through
Lament into Healing
For the past 20 years, composer Marty Haugen has presented workshops and concerts across North America, Europe, Polynesia, Asia and Central America to both Roman Catholics and Protestants. His range of musical compositions appear in numerous hymnals for Canadian and Australian Catholics, U.S. Evangelical Lutherans, as well as countless Catholic and Protestant denominations.
2-13 Forged in a Fiery Furnace: The Spirituality of
Diana Hayes is Professor of Systematic Theology at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. For the 2002-03 academic year, she is on sabbatical and has received a Womanist Sabbatical Year Grant from the Interdenominational Theological Center, where she is doing research in womanist theology. Author of five books and numerous articles, Dr. Hayes received the 2001 U.S. Catholic Award for Furthering the Cause of Women in the Church.
Dr. Diana L. Hayes
2-14 Toward A Sacramental Spirituality of Marriage
Dr. Joann Heaney-Hunter currently serves as Associate Professor of Theology and Director of the University Core Curriculum at St. John’s University, New York. She has served as an advisor to the National Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Committee on Marriage and the Family and the Sacramental Practices Committee of the Priests’ Senate for the Diocese of Rockville Centre, N.Y.
2-15 Violence in the Bible
2-16 "Putting Skin On" God
Fr. Joe Kempf, a diocesan priest from St. Louis, is Pastor of Assumption Parish in O’Fallon, Mo. He recently completed a book titled "No One Cries the Wrong Way: Seeing God Through Tears." Fr. Kempf perhaps is best known for his video works, which include "Eucharist: A Taste of God" and recent videos for adults and children on celebrating Eucharist and Reconciliation.
Fr. Joe Kempf
2-17 Service Ideas for Today’s Youth
Jim Knowles is Special Market Manager for Group Publishing, Inc. He has been involved in youth ministry and service for more than 25 years and is active in his parish in Loveland, Colo. He has presented workshops at the National Conference on Catholic Youth Ministry, NCEA, and regional and diocesan conferences.
2-18 Singing the Message of Jesus with Children
Carey Landry & Carol Jean Kinghorn are partners in marriage as well as in ministry and have been ministering together in the field of music for liturgy, religious education and prayer since 1972. Together they have given workshops and concerts throughout the Untied States and Canada, Australia, Europe, Ireland and Scotland. They are also coordinators of liturgical music at Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church in Indianapolis, where Carey also directs the choir.
Carey Landry and Carol Jean Kinghorn
2-19 Africentric Catechesis and the Catechumenate
Sr. Eva Marie Lumas is an Assistant Professor of Faith and Culture and co-Director of the Master of Arts in Ministry for a Multicultural Church at the Franciscan School of Theology in Berkeley, Calif. She is also Director of Sankofa Works, a catechetical training and resource network for the African-American community, and is an Associate Director of the Institute for Black Catholic Studies at Xavier University of Louisiana.
Eva Marie Lumas, S.S.S.
2-20 Bearers of Hope
Megan McKenna is a theologian, author and storyteller. Her latest books are "The New Stations of the Cross," based on the Scriptures used by John Paul II; an anthology, "Send My Roots Rain"; and "Christ All Merciful: Icons." McKenna travels in Asia, Latin America, Europe and the United States and has recently been named an Ambassador of Peace by Pax Christi, USA.
2-21 "In the Beginning was the Word": Doing
Beginning Bible Studies
Fr. Pat Mullen, a priest of the Los Angeles Archdiocese, is Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies, New Testament at St. John’s Seminary in Camarillo, Calif. Born and raised in Holy Family Parish in Glendale, he has served in two local area parishes – St. Margaret Mary in Lomita and St. John Vianney in Hacienda Heights.
Rev. J. Patrick Mullen, Ph.D.
2-22 What Does the Prodigal Son Have to Do with Advertising?
Sr. Rose Pacatte is founding Director of the Pauline Center for Media Studies and contributing editor to My Friend magazine. She is co-author (with Peter Malone, M.S.C.) of the series "Lights, Camera … Faith! A Movie Lectionary" and is a frequent presenter throughout the United States on media literacy education, media literacy in faith communities, as well as popular culture and catechetics.
Rose Pacatte, F.S.P.
2-23 Re-imagine Liturgical Prayer
Robert Piercy is the catechetical director for GIA Publications. A well-known author and lecturer to both adults and young children, Piercy is a sought-after speaker on rites and rituals of the Catholic Church. He was one of the editors for GIA’s children’s hymnal, "Singing Our Faith," and project coordinator for the work done on the "Give Your Gifts" recordings (music and worship for teens). His most recent recordings and books are "Table Prayer" and "Journey of the Sacred."
Robert W. Piercy
Paul H. Colloton, O.P., D.Min.
2-24 How to Retain Your Sanity While Parenting a Teenager
Patt Saso has been self-employed as a marriage and family therapist for more than 15 years. She is co-owner of Saso Seminars & Counseling Services in Milpitas, Calif., where she has her psychotherapy practice. She has been a popular seminar leader for more than 15 years and, with her husband Steve, authors the award-winning book, "10 Best Gifts For Your Teen," and a set of parenting cassette tapes.
2-25 Putting Life Back Into Your Liturgy!
Internationally known lecturer, composer and liturgical musician Chris Walker is currently Director of Music for St. Paul’s Church in Westwood, Calif. His music is widely sung throughout the world by adults and children. His latest work, a music resource for RCIA, is entitled "Christ We Proclaim."
2-26 Paul the Apostle as Model Teacher
Sulpician priest Ronald Witherup is currently Provincial Superior for the U.S. Province of the Society of St. Sulpice (Sulpicians) in Baltimore. Formerly he served as a high school teacher and then as Academic Dean and Professor of Sacred Scripture at St. Patrick’s Seminary in Menlo Park, Calif. He is a frequent lecturer at catechetical and liturgical conferences and retreats and writes frequently on biblical and liturgical topics.
Ronald D. Witherup, S.S.
2-71 Hieäp Nhaät Giöõa Nhöõng Ña Daïng Vaø Hoøa
Hôïp Trong Moät Nieàm Tin
Sô Theresa Thanh-Thuûy Phan laø thaønh vieân thuoäc Hoäi Doøng Meán Thaùnh Giaù – Los Angeles. Sau nhieàu naêm sinh hoaït trong Hoäi Doøng vôùi nhieäm vuï Beà Treân Giaùm Taäp, Sô ñaõ tham gia trong chöông trình Giaùo Lyù Song Ngöõ taïi Giaùo Phaän Orange. Beân caïnh coâng vieäc muïc vuï chính, Sô thöôøng nhaän lôøi môøi noùi chuyeän vôùi nhieàu Ñoaøn Theå Coâng Giaùo vaø coäng taùc vôùi caùc baùo chí Coâng Giaùo taïi Hoa Kyø. Cuoán saùch ñaàu tay cuûa Sô vôùi töïa ñeà: "Con Ñöôøng Tình Yeâu" ñaõ giuùp cho nhieàu ngöôøi caûm nhaän ñöôïc nhöõng thaùch ñoá cuûa tình yeâu Thieân Chuùa. Hieän nay, Sô giöõ chöùc vuï giaùm ñoác vaên phoøng muïc vuï AÙ Chaâu / Thaùi Bình Döông taïi Giaùo Phaän San Bernardino.
Sr. Theresa Thanh-Thuy Phan, L.H.C.
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