Congress 2010 - An 'Incredible' Event!
already over!? Relive some of the Congress "magic"
online. On our Congress site you'll find video
from Congress LIVE, photos from Youth Day, links
to recorded workshops, and be sure to take our
online Congress survey, and see the transcripts
from the Cardinal's online chat sessions, and
Pass along this Congress emailing or our link
— archive.recongress.org — to share with friends
and encourage them to sign up for these Congress
Emailing updates. If you do not care to receive
future updates, you can find removal information
at the bottom of this message.
to mark your calendar.
Congress 2011 are:
March 17, 2011
March 18-20, 2011
Congress is held at the Anaheim
Convention Center, located at 800 West Katella
Ave. in Anaheim, Calif. (just across from Disneyland
and Disney’s California Adventure).
See a Yahoo Map
LET US KNOW WHAT YOU THOUGHT OF CONGRESS
We invite those of you who attended Congress 2010 to tell us about your experience,
and how effective our efforts have been. We’d like to hear from you, especially
if you would rate any event as “excellent”
or “poor.” Please let us know the reasons
for your evaluation at the end of the survey.
NOTE: Our online survey will be available
only until March 24.
who attended Congress, please take a few
minutes and complete our online survey.
Even if you have completed the paper version,
we ask that, if possible, you complete the
online survey as well. We can tally our
information much sooner using the online
method. By taking the online version of
the survey, you greatly aid our staff.
Take the Congress
XVI's recently stated that Catholics should
use technology to evangelize today's "digital
continent." His message highlights how the Web
has evolved into a continent of people. This
year we were thrilled to be able to share a
little of the Congress experience with the "digital
continent" from our live Congress webcast!
We had a total of 4,014 viewers for this first-event online event.
worry that you've missed it. You can
still watch these posted
events on our RECongress channel on YouTube.
Rite (in 8 parts)
Ronald Rolheiser, OMI (in 7 parts)
"The Abundance of God and Philanthropy of the Heart"
Rev. R. Tony Ricard (in 10 parts)
"Why You So Crazy? Developing the Faith of a Fool"
SUNDAY, MARCH 21
Liturgy (in 8 parts)
ATTENDANCE UP FROM LAST YEAR
turned out to be one of our best attended events,
and even drew a higher attendance than the
prior year. See the comparison of last year
to this year's registration numbers:
Congress draws registrants from nearly every state in the nation.
You can find details on the number of registrations
by state and country, as well as the top cities
in California, on our Congress statistics page.
the number of people who came from YOUR city!
Along with the Congress souvenir pens, pins
and magnets, Congress also offered a
souvenir ePostcard, to be sent home by
email or to friends. Offered only on Sunday
at the Tech Center in Hall A -- see who sent
their ePostcard from Congress.
'TWEETING' ON FACEBOOK
weekend Congress news and happenings were posted
on our Facebook fan page (facebook.com/RECongress)
and on Twitter (twitter.com/@lacongress
-- hashtag #REC2010). Watch for posted videos
and attendee interviews online! Plus, be sure
to upload your own pics and videos with tags
of you and your friends! Share them with all
our fans and fellow tweeters!
Did you leave
something behind at Congress?
We seem to
have some "leftovers!" Each year after our Religious Education
Congress event there are a great many unclaimed
books, jackets —
that end up
in our Lost and Found. Please contact the Congress
Office with what you seem to be missing, and
we'll see if it's among our Lost and Found items.
You can find contact information online on our
Lost and Found page.
All items not claimed by April 15, 2010 will be
donated to a charitable organization.