Religious Education Congress
Sunday Workshops - Period 8
March 2, 2003 • 1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
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8-01 The Unfinished Business of John Paul IIJohn L. Allen, Jr.
A view from Rome on the major issues facing the Catholic Church at the end of Pope John Paul II’s pontificate and the challenges awaiting his successor.
8-02 Placing The Gospel Into the Center of Our ConflictsEmotional honesty – finding God in our feelings – is the key to being real on our spiritual journey. This workshop details the greatest human struggle: the battle between honesty with self and denial. Pride, encouraged by the desire to be perfect, refuses to own human weakness. We will present the outline to building a spiritual program: the emotional honesty of owning our guilts, angers and fears. So instead of blaming others, we bring them to God – letting God forgive us, heal our angry hearts and transform our fears through faith.
Fr. Tom Allender has worked in a variety of fields from high school to college as a teacher and administrator. A former parish priest, he has served in the Chicago ghettos and the Indian reservations in Washington. Also an author, he has written "The God Within" and "God Loves an Unmade Bed." For the past 19 years, he has been involved in parish evangelization/renewals in more than 800 parishes in 45 different states.
Rev. Tom Allender, S.J.
8-03 Catechesis and Creativity
8-04 When We Are "The Best," Bias Will Not Be Far
8-05 Helping Students Develop a Sense of Significance –
Knowing That What They Do Makes a Difference
8-06 Liturgical Ritual: Essential Understanding for RCIA Teams
8-07 The Saints’ Guide to Happiness
8-08 When Loving Hurts: Dealing with Conflict in Our
8-09 "A Presence that Disturbs": Christian
8-10 The Global Face of Christ
8-11 Asking Courageous Questions: The Art of Discerning Life’s
8-12 The Ministry of Liturgical Music: An Expression of the
David Haas is Director of The Emmaus Center for Music, Prayer and Ministry, located in Minnesota. A composer of liturgical music, author, concert performer and recording artist, Haas is internationally known as a retreat leader and speaker at workshops and conferences throughout the United States and aborad.
8-13 Taking the Eucharist Into the World
8-14 Youth Ministry and Service – Integral Elements for
8-15 The Performing Arts as Prayer and Proclamation
8-16 Taking the Next Step: Utilizing the National Standards
for Lay Ecclesial Ministers
8-17 Tickle Your Soul: Live Well, Love Much, Laugh Often
8-18 Nourishing Catechists with Prayer: A Practical Guide
8-19 Eucharist and Priesthood
8-20 Setting Hearts on Fire! The Challenge of Adult Education
After his years as a high school religion teacher, Fr. Terry Odien became Diocesan Director of Religious Education for the Diocese of Camden, N.J. He now serves as Pastor of Holy Saviour Church in Westmont, N.J., and as a consultant to Harcourt Religion Publishers. He conducts various workshops and presentations at national and diocesan congresses throughout the United States.
Rev. Terry M. Odien
8-21 Adolescent Rite of Passage
8-22 Meeting Special Learning Needs in Children’s Catechesis
8-23 Religious Extremists: Why Are They So Angry?
George Saint-Laurent received his doctorate in sacred theology from the Catholic University of America. He holds the rank of Professor Emeritus from California State University, Fullerton. He regularly lectures on spirituality, comparative religious and business ethics around the world. Has taught 27 years at CSUF with extensive lecturing worldwide.
George E. Saint-Laurent, S.T.D.
8-24 What Were We Thinking? The Crusades Re-Examined in the
Light of Vatican II, the Third Millennium, and John Paul II
8-25 Nurturing the Development of Catholic Identity
8-71 VIETNAMESE WORKSHOP
Frère Phong, F.S.C.
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