Presented by the University of Dallas and co-sponsored by the Diocese of Dallas
OCTOBER 19 - 21, 2017 Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas - Hall C
— Welcoming —
MOST REV. EDWARD J. BURNS Bishop of Dallas
Schedule | Horario THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19 | jueves, 19 de octubre 11:00–7:30 pm
Registration & Name Badge Pick-Up (Lobby) | Registro y entrenga de gafetes (Vestíbulo)
Mass (Hall C) | Misa (Hall C)
PLENARY ADDRESS IN ENGLISH – Rev. Joseph Tetlow, SJ. (Hall C)
EXHIBIT HALL OPEN (Hall C)
Period 02 (English Only)
Period 03 (English & Spanish)
Period 04 (Spanish Only)
DIACONAL MINISTRY & SCHOOL BOARD SESSION (2 Hours)
Period 05 (Spanish Only)
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20 | viernes, 20 de octubre 7:00–4:00 pm
Registration & Name Badge Pick-Up (Lobby) | Registro y entrenga de gafetes (Vestíbulo)
EXHIBIT HALL OPEN (Hall C)
Conference Eucharist & Welcome (Hall C) | Celebración Eucarística y Bienviendo (Hall C)
ENGLISH KEYNOTE ADDRESS – Most Rev. Edward J. Burns (Hall C)
10:45–12:00 pm 12:00–1:00 pm 1:00–2:15 pm
PLENARY ADDRESS IN ENGLISH – Brandon Vogt (Hall C) Period 06 (English & Spanish) LUNCH | COMIDA
Break & Exhibits
SESIÓN PLENARIA EN ESPAÑOL – Hna. Norma Pimentel (Hall C) Period 07 (English & Spanish)
PLENARY ADDRESS IN ENGLISH – Donna Beegle (Hall C) Period 08 (English & Spanish)
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21 | sábado, 21 de octubre 7:00–5:00 pm
Registration & Name Badge Pick-Up (Lobby) | Registro y entrenga de gafetes (Vestíbulo)
EXHIBIT HALL OPEN (Hall C)
Conference Eucharist & Welcome (Hall C) | Celebración Eucarística y Bienviendo (Hall C)
9:45–11:00 am 11:00–1:00 pm 1:00–2:15 pm
CONFERENCIA MAGISTRAL EN ESPAÑOL – Most. Rev. Jorge Rodriguez (Hall C) Period 09 (English, Spanish & Vietnamese) LUNCH | COMIDA
HELPING HANDS SERVICE PROJECT
PLENARY ADDRESS IN ENGLISH – Sean Callahan (Hall C) Period 10 (English, Spanish & Vietnamese)
PLENARY ADDRESS IN ENGLISH – Jerry Galipeau (Hall C) Period 11 (English, Spanish & Vietnamese)
SESIÓN PLENARIA EN ESPAÑOL – Laura Castillo (Hall C) Period 12 (English, Spanish & Vietnamese)
Break & Exhibits
October 19-21, 2017 | Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas
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Table of Contents General
Acknowledgements................. 4 Exhibitor Categories................. 67 Exhibitor Index........................ 64 General Information................ 3 Schedule................................. IFC Speaker Index......................... 5 Track Index............................. 6 DMC Events............................ 7 Welcome Letter....................... 2
Exhibit Hall Layout.................. IBC Facility Maps........................... BC
Thursday Sessions................... Friday Sessions........................ Saturday Sessions.................... Speaker Biographies................
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Helping Hands Project............. Liturgical Art........................... Musical Entertainment............. Resource Spotlights.................
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Horario................................... IFC Carta de Bienvenida................ 35 Información General............... 36 Eventos de DMC...................... 37 Sesiones.................................. 38 Conferenciantes...................... 44
Lịch Trình...................................... IFC Thư Chào Mừng............................. 49 Thông Tin Tổng Quát...................... 50 Những Tiết Học bằng Tiếng Việt và Thông Tin của Nhà Diễn Giả........ 51
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SESSIONS & OTHER EVENTS
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Presented by the University of Dallas and co-sponsored by the Diocese of Dallas
October 2017 Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, It is our great joy to welcome you to the 2017 Dallas Ministry Conference! As Bishop of the Diocese of Dallas and President of the University of Dallas, we are grateful that you have taken time aside from your normal work, family, and ministry commitments to join us for three days of Missionary Discipleship. This event promises to be a faith-filled and formative experience, and your participation will surely affect your own faith journey as well as those you encounter. As you are well aware, there are many challenges in the world today. It is our great hope that together we can help the people we serve to better understand their faith and grow in spirituality. In turn, that will help them find answers to the controversial issues and questions we currently face. While you attend the sessions, we invite you to come together in prayer, visit the exhibit hall, and enjoy the liturgical art and music over this weekend, we pray that your mind and heart will be opened to Godâ€™s call in your life and that you will leave this conference empowered and rejuvenated. Thank you for your presence, your faithful participation, and your willingness to generously share what you learn at this conference with your Catholic communities at home. May God our heavenly Father bless each of you, and may the knowledge, prayer and fellowship at this conference renew your spirit and your dedicated ministry in the Church! Sincerely in Christ,
Most Rev. Edward J. Burns Bishop, Diocese of Dallas
Thomas W. Keefe, Esq President, University of Dallas
Cell Phones/Pagers Out of respect for the speakers and other participants, please turn off your cell phones and pagers during the sessions and liturgies. Continuing Education Credit The Diocese of Dallas can issue continuing education credit for attending DMC. The PCL at your parish or the principal at your school must confirm that you attended the conference and will submit this information to the diocese on your behalf. For questions, contact your parish or school. Emergencies If you have an emergency, contact either a DMC staff member, volunteer, or the closest KBHCCD staff. If you are unable to find assistance, call facility dispatch at 214-939-2940. Remember, in an emergency, it is important to stay calm. We do have EMTs on site for this event. Evaluations We ask all participants to complete a general evaluation of the conference, where you will also be asked to evaluate the sessions you attended. (You will need the session numbers to complete the form properly). If you complete a paper version, which can be found in the centerfold of this program book, simply leave your paper forms in the boxes as you exit the convention center. You can also complete the evaluation on our DMC app or online at udallas.edu/dmc/ evaluation. You can download the app from the App Store or download it using the QR codes throughout the convention center. Information Please see someone at the DMC Onsite Registration Booth located in Lobby C for general information or questions. You can also ask volunteers found throughout the center in DMC shirts with “Ask Me” signs. Lost and Found DMC is not responsible for lost or stolen items at the conference. However, if you lost something at the conference, first visit the DMC Onsite Registration Booth located in Lobby C. We will have a lost and found there for anyone with the conference who has found something to turn in. If we do not have your item, we will also refer you to the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas, which has their own lost and found. Please be prepared to provide a description of the lost item and an ID if necessary. If you realize you have lost something after the conference, contact us and we will be happy to check what was found for you.
Meal Options The Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas has their own food service company that will be providing the food options for the 2017 conference. These will include both hot meals and quick-eats, such as salads, sandwiches, and wraps.There will be food stands on the Exhibit Hall Level (2nd floor) in the atrium area and also stands will be available in the Exhibit Hall. Please look for signs directing you to the stands.
ATM There is an ATM located in Lobby C, near the entrance to Kay’s Place.
Name Badges Please wear your name badge at all times while at the conference. This is your ticket into all of the sessions, musical performances, and the Exhibit Hall. If you forget or lose your name badge, we will print a new one at the On-site Registration Booth (Box Office) for a $5 cash replacement fee. We would appreciate it if you recycled your badge holder after the conference. Simply place your plastic holder in the designated boxes as you leave the convention center. Thank you! Parking The KBHCCD parking for cars, truck, and trailer parking at the convention center is easy. The KBHCC garage and three surface parking lots (Lots C, D, and E) can accommodate almost any vehicle; however, they do not offer overnight parking or utility connections for campers and RVs. Parking is $15 per entry (ie, no in-and-out service). Session Recording Egami A/V will be recording most of the sessions to be purchased by conference attendees. You can purchase recordings of the available sessions at the tables located in the lobby of the Exhibit Hall Level (outside Ballroom 4). Find out more on pg. 9. Vigil Mass Options Because DMC will not have a Vigil Mass on Saturday evening this year, we recommend the Cathedral Shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe for attendees who would like to attend Mass at the end of the conference. Mass is offered at the following times: 5:00 p.m. Mass in English and 7:00 p.m. Mass in Spanish.
To Our Sponsors | A Nuestros Patrocinadores DMC would not be possible without our sponsors. We would like to extend a special thank you to all the organizations, companies, and parishes who have contributed to the success of the 2017 DMC. DMC no sería posible sin nuestros patrocinadores. Queremos darle las gracias a todas las organizaciones, compañías y parroquias que han contribuido al éxito de la conferencia del 2017.
Acknowledgements | Reconocimientos
La Conferencia de Ministerio de Dallas reconoce a los voluntarios que sirvieron en los diversos comités de planificación de 2017. ¡Estamos muy agradecidos por su generosidad con su tiempo, apoyo y talento!
Diocesan Advisory Committee Cecilia A. Colbert, CPA Jason Deuterman Sylvia M. Garcia Annette Gonzales Taylor Dr. Patricia J. Hughes, D. Min.
Sr. Theresa Khirallah, SSND Claudio Mora David Novinski Dcn. John O’Leary Lynn Rossol
Dcn. Charlie Stump, MS, MPM Dr. Matthew Vereecke Melissa Waldon Cheryl Whapham Dr. Matthew Vereecke
Speaker Index | Índice de Conferencistas KEY OF SYMBOLS 00-00 *
Period # - Session # Recorded Session
Achs, SSND, Sister Dawn...........SB-01* Aguilera-Titus, Alejandro............11-22* Alonzo, Dr. Verónica...................SB-02* Amore, D.Min., Mary.................12-06* Bartlett, Chris.............................02-01* | 06-05* Bartlett, Gwen............................11-02* Bates, Cynthia............................07-11* Baumann, Bruce........................03-04* Bayer, Fr. John............................02-05* Beegle, Donna...........................08-PS Boazman, Janette.......................06-01* | 07-01* Bordenave, O.P., Fr. Ian G...........00-DE* Bravo, Manuel............................05-22* Brock, Mike................................03-03* Burns, Bishop Edward J..............EN-KEY* Callahan, Sean..........................10-PS* Castillo, Laura............................12-PS* Collins, John...............................07-05 Cruz, Sr. Yolanda........................05-21* de la Torre, Marlon.....................02-03* De Loera, Joel............................02-02* | 06-22* .................................................10-24* Della Bella, Sal...........................03-07* | 08-07* .................................................09-10* Dominic Laurel, Sr. Jane.............02-07 Donio, Frank..............................07-06* | 08-03* Fernandez, Santiago...................08-24 | 10-23 Fichter, Ph.D, Rev. Stephen J.......07-09* | 08-23* Fiore, Ph.D., Douglas.................06-02* | 07-02* Frank, William............................02-08* Frenning, Carol..........................11-04* Galipeau, Jerry...........................11-PS* Garcia, Fr. David........................08-22* Giuliano, Gene...........................10-01* Grzona, frp, Hno. Ricardo..........10-27* | 12-21* Heck, Jim...................................12-07* Henderson, Silas........................09-09* Hoài Hương, Sr. Bernadette N.......12-51* Hoover, Brett..............................08-02* | 10-21* Hunt, Ph.D., Jodi........................08-06* | 09-07* Jewell, Marti...............................03-07* | 06-06* Jodziewicz, Ph.D, Thomas W.......07-08* Kamat, Ph.D., Jeanne................03-06* Kolar, Peter................................09-05* | 11-23* Lan Tran, S.J., Fr. John ...............09-51* Landry, Brett..............................07-10* Lemoine, Evan...........................05-23* | 06-23* .................................................12-24* Lewis, Jonathan.........................07-06*
Luby, Daniel...............................03-02* Lujan, Vicente............................05-22* Madeo, Elizabeth.......................11-05* Martin, Rev. Sean C....................06-03* | 12-03* Mast, Coleen Kelly......................09-01* Matovina, Tim............................07-04* | 10-22* McCarty, Robert.........................07-07* | 08-05* McCrabb, Barbara......................06-04* | 08-03* McCrabb, Don...........................06-04* | 08-03* McGill, James.............................11-03* Medina, Luis..............................10-25* Mette, Michael James.................06-07* Moreno, Juan.............................03-22* | 11-25* Mulhall, Daniel...........................11-01* Navarro, Roberto.......................11-21* Novinski, Lyle ............................06-08* Nguyễn, O.P., Ph.D., Sr. Châu.........11-51* Ortiz, Carla................................12-23 Ospino, Hosffman......................07-04* | 10-22* .................................................11-24* Pauley, Camille...........................03-05* Peacher, Fr. Ignatius ...................06-08* Pimentel, Sr. Norma...................07-PS* Platt, Reg...................................09-06* Pollice, Lucas.............................12-05* Raiche, Diana Dudoit.................10-03* Ramirez, Rafael..........................04-21* | 06-21* Rice, Matt..................................02-01* | 06-05* Rodriguez, Obispo Jorge.............SP-KEY* Salas, Lisa..................................09-08* Salazar, Gerardo.........................08-25* | 10-26* .................................................12-22* Schroeder, Fr. Christopher...........03-01* Septién, Pía................................04-22* Simmons, Gerardo.....................03-08* Smith, Shelley Kolman................09-11* Soto, Luis...................................04-23* | 08-21* Sutton, Dcn. Lawrence...............10-02* Tanco, Victoria...........................02-06* Tetlow, Rev. Joseph ....................01-PS* Tinajero, Aurora.........................03-21* Tooke, Douglas..........................08-01* | 09-03* Tran, Minh.................................10-51* Vereecke, Dr. Matthew................SB-03* Visosky, Becky............................08-04* Vogt, Brandon............................06-PS Wasinski, Greg...........................12-01* Wesley, Christopher....................12-04* White, Joseph.............................09-02* Whitfield, Fr. Joshua...................09-04* Whittington, J. Lee.....................02-04* Wilczak, Fr. Adam.......................07-03*
The Dallas Ministry Conference acknowledges the volunteers who served on the various 2017 planning committees. We are very grateful for their generous time, support, and talent!
Track Index | Índice de Temas
Liturgical Art Display
We have compiled the sessions into tracks, which are categorized by ministries and areas of interest below.
Period # - Session # Recorded Session
Catechetical Formation | Formación de Catequesis EN-KEY* | 02-03* | 03-02* | 07-05 | 07-07* | 08-06*
09-01*| 09-02* | 09-07* | 10-02* | 11-01* | 12-04* 04-21* | 06-21* | 08-25* | 10-25* | 10-26* | 11-22* 11-24* | 12-PS* | 12-21* | 12-22*
Catholic Management & Leadership | Liderazgo Parroquial 02-01* | 02-04* | 03-03* | 03-04* | 03-07* |06-06* 07-04* | 08-07* | 09-10* | 12-04* 10-22*
Catholic Schools | Maestros de escuelas católicas SB-01* | SB-02* | SB-03* | 06-01* | 06-02* | 07-01* 07-02* | 08-PS
Community Pastoral Care | Cuidado pastoral de la communidad 02-06* | 03-03* | 03-08* | 06-03* | 07-04* | 08-02* 09-06* | 09-08* | 11-02* 04-22* | 10-21*
Diaconal Formation | Ministerio diaconal 00-DE* | 03-02* | 09-04* | 12-03*
General Faith Formation | Formación en la Fe General 01-PS* | 02-05* | 02-06* | 03-01* | 03-06* | 06-03* 06-PS | 07-03* | 07-07* | 07-08* | 07-09* | 08-02* 08-03* | 09-02* | 09-08* | 09-09* | 10-01* | 11-03* 12-05* SP-KEY* | 03-22* | 05-21* | 08-22* | 08-23* | 11-21*
Justice & Service Ministry | Justicia y Servicio de ministerio 03-05* | 03-08* | 08-04* | 09-06* | 10-02* | 10-PS* 07-PS* | 12-23
Liturgical Art & Architecture | Arte sacro y arquitectura 02-08* | 06-08* | 09-11* | 11-04* | 12-07*
Liturgy, Sacraments & Music Ministry | Liturgia, Sacramentos y Ministerio de Música
The Saint John’s Bible: Volume 6 “Gospel & Acts” of the Heritage Edition The Saint John’s Bible is the first handwritten and illuminated Bible commissioned by a Benedictine monastery since the invention of the printing press in the 15th century. Saint John’s University in Collegeville, Minn., commissioned world-renowned calligrapher Donald Jackson, senior scribe to Her Majesty the Queen’s Crown Office at the House of Lords in London, England, to lead a team of scribes and artists to create this masterpiece. This year, the Dallas Ministry Conference Liturgical Art Display will showcase Volume 6 “Gospel & Acts” of the Heritage Edition. The display will be located in the center of the exhibit hall during the three days of the conference. Join us and experience this amazing work of art.
08-24 | 09-05* | 10-03* | 11-PS* | 12-06* 05-22* | 10-23 | 11-23*
Marriage & Family Life | Matrimonio y la Familia 02-07 | 06-04* | 06-05* | 06-07 | 08-06* | 09-01* 09-07* | 11-01* 03-21* | 05-23* | 06-23* | 10-24* | 10-27* | 12-24*
Technology & Media | Tecnología y Redes Sociales 07-10* | 07-11* 04-23* | 08-21*
Youth, Young Adult & Campus Ministry | Pastoral Juvenil 02-02* | 07-06* | 07-07* | 08-01* | 08-06* | 09-01* 09-03* | 09-07* | 09-08* | 11-05* | 12-04* 06-22*
S AV E T H E D AT E FOR THE
Dallas Ministry Conference! October 11-13, 2018
DMC Events CONFERENCE EUCHARIST / MASS Hall C
DATE / TIME
10/19 | 11:45 - 12:40 pm 10/20 | 8:00 - 9:15 am 10/21 | 8:30 - 9:15 am
This year we will have mass every day. Join Bishop Edward J. Burns of the Diocese of Dallas and priests from the diocese, as we celebrate our faith and our call to share it!
DATE / TIME
10/19 | 2 pm - 6 pm 10/20 | 8 am - 5 pm 10/21 | 8 am - 5 pm C100s
DATE / TIME
10/20 | 11 am - 1 pm
DATE / TIME
Throughout DMC at registration, lunch & breaks
Center of Exhibit Hall
DATE / TIME
During Exhibit Hours
See pg. 8 for more details.
Come enjoy the musical talents of well-know and up-and-coming Christian artists who are lifting their voices and instruments in praise of our Lord. Musical entertainment will occur throughout the conference. See page 8 for the schedule and artist information.
LITURGICAL ART DISPLAY - The Saint John’s Bible LOCATION
See pg. 10 for more details.
Several of our exhibitors have exciting resources to offer and they want to tell you about them! Every attendee will receive a gift as a thanks for attending. Check out page 10 for the schedule and more details.
MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT LOCATION
See pg. 64 for the Exhibitor Index.
Our Exhibit Hall is a Catholic resource center unlike anything else in DFW. Take the opportunity to discover educational and faith-based resources for your parish and family or to do some early Christmas shopping.
RESOURCE SPOTLIGHTS LOCATION
See pg. 6 for more details.
The Saint John’s Bible will be showcasing highlights of the Heritage Edition Volume “Gospels and Acts” from The Saint John’s Bible, the first handwritten and illuminated Bible commissioned by a Benedictine monastery since the invention of the printing press in the 15th century.
MEDITATION ROOM LOCATION
DATE / TIME
During conference hours
Take time from your schedule to reflect, meditate, and pray in a silent space.
BOOK SIGNINGS & SELF-PUBLISHED BOOKS LOCATION
Exhibit Hall (look for signs)
DATE / TIME
See schedule posted at the booth
We will have several authors in the Exhibit Hall throughout the conference as an opportunity for you to meet and buy a signed version of their book.
HELPING HANDS (in Partnership with CRS) LOCATION
Downstairs of Level C
DATE / TIME
Saturday, October 21 11am
Join CRS as we package 10,000 meals to send to those who suffer from chronic hunger in Burkina Faso. Available to volunteers on a first-come, first serve basis.
SERVING TOGETHER IN FAITH (DMC Giveaway) LOCATION
DATE / TIME
Friday - 4:15pm Saturday - 12:30pm
See pg. 10 for more details.
See pg. 68 for more details.
Ways to get Raffle Tickets: 1. Attend the Conference - all attendees will receive a raffle ticket upon checking in at the conference 2. Shopping in the Exhibit Hall - attendees will be allowed to show receipts at the ticket booth (905) in the exhibit hall in exchange for more raffle tickets. 3. Canned Food Drive - Catholic Charities of Dallas will be collecting canned foods at their booth (104). Three (3) cans will be worth one raffle ticket to be turned in at the ticket booth (905 - near the University of Dallas and Diocese of Dallas booths). 7
Musicial Entertainment Throughout the three-day conference, enjoy live Christian music in various locations of the Lobby and immediately preceding the Plenary Sessions in the Hall C.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19 TIME SLOT
2:15 - 2:45 pm
4:00 - 4:30 pm
7:30 - 8:00 am DURING 10:15 - 10:45 am BREAKS
Michael James Mette
Michael James Mette
DURING 12:00 - 1:00 pm LUNCH
DURING 2:15 - 2:45 pm BREAKS
Michael James Mette
7:30 - 8:00 am DURING 9:15 - 9:45 am BREAKS
Vince Lujan / Manuel Bravo
Vince Lujan / Manuel Bravo
DURING 11:00 - 12:00 pm LUNCH 12:00 - 1:00 pm
Michael James Mette
Vince Lujan / Manuel Bravo
2:15 - 2:45 pm DURING BREAKS 4:00 - 4:30 pm
Michael James Mette
Vince Lujan / Manuel Bravo
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21
Musician Biographies Manuel Bravo Also presenting sessions 05-22* in Spanish See biography in Spanish on page 44. A native of San Luis Potosi, Mexico, Manuel began exploring music with homemade instruments. He studied music throughout middle school and high school. Manuel was also involved in several choirs at his local parish, and he says that his experiences with singing and playing Christian music for the church have had a real impact on his life. In 1999 Manuel came to USA began volunteering at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church Denton TX. With the support of friends and family, he now leads a Spanish group for weekly masses at St John The Apostle In Marble Falls TX. Katy Crawford Katy Crawford is a singer-songwriter who has led worship for more than a decade both at her church in the United States and within many French-speaking countries. Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, she grew up in church, ministering alongside her family. She strives to bring the songs the Lord has given her to people around the world. Combining her love for jazz, bluegrass and pop, Katy writes original songs with a passion to communicate the fulfilling relationship she’s experienced in Christ. She released her first EP in French, Pour Te louer (To Praise You), in 2015, followed by her debut full-length project in English, Our Love Story, in 2016. She will release her newest EP in English, “Closer,” in November 2017.
Musician Biographies Santiago Fernandez Also presenting sessions 08-24 and 10-23 in Spanish See biography in Spanish on page 45. Santiago Fernández has been active in parish music ministry for the past 30 years and is currently Music Minister at Church of the Holy Family in Novi, Michigan. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Music from Wayne State University in Detroit and is certified in both Pastoral Ministry and Liturgical Ministry, locally by the Archdiocese of Detroit and nationally by the USCCB’s Commission on Certification and Accreditation. Santiago is a frequent speaker and workshop presenter at events and conferences around the country in the area of Hispanic liturgical music.
Michael James Mette Also presenting sessions 06-07* in English Michael James Mette is a Catholic performing artist who blends music, technology and testimony. He has spent much of the past three years touring the country with his wife, Michelle, and their six young children. Together, they have visited forty-four states and shared their ministry with countless parishes on their journey. Michael’s music is passionate like a Friday night and reverent like a Sunday morning. His latest album “Arts + Humanity” (2015) sits at the intersection of Church and culture. “Bring Forth the Light” (2012) reflects a mature view of the Catholic faith, exploring musical themes of human love, life, and the afterlife. His debut album, “Always What I Need” (2010) encourages simple trust in God’s providence. Michael and Michelle have worked over ten years in parish ministry. In between concerts, driving days and homeschool, their hobbies include roller coasters, cooking, and Cardinal’s baseball. For more information and to read their travel blog, visit michaeljamesmette.com. Zuriel Merek Zuriel Merek captivates audiences with passionate, unique electric violin performances. As a solo artist, he specializes in live looping—the recording and playback of music in real-time using a foot-operated loop pedal. Zuriel’s live-looped arrangements of popular contemporary songs span a wide range of music artists, such as U2, Adele, Beyoncé, Bruno Mars, Elvis Presley, Maroon 5, Guns N’ Roses, and Hans Zimmer. Zuriel also composed for, produced, engineered, and played all the instruments on his 2017 debut solo instrumental album, The Tao Less Traveled, an original, emotive blend of post-rock cinematic soundscapes.
Session Recording Information Keep the conference going long past this weekend! Stop by the Egami A/V Booth on the Exhibit Hall Level outside of Ballroom 4 for audio recordings of most of the conference talks. • • • •
$8 per session on a CD $16 per session on DVD MP3s (online) - $7 MP4s (online) - $14
Onsite discounts will be available!
Please note: CDs & DVDs will be shipped after the conference to ensure they include all recorded sessions of the event. Stop by our booth to place your order! 9
SESSIONS & OTHER EVENTS
Vince Lujan Also presenting sessions 05-22* in Spanish See biography in Spanish on page 46. Vicente (Vince) Lujan is a bilingual liturgical musician and praise and worship leader. He has served as Coordinator of Youth Ministry at St. Thomas Aquinas in Pilot Point, as Youth Music Coordinator at St. Monica in Dallas & as Associate Youth Minister at Mary Immaculate in Farmers Branch, Spanish Music Coordinator at St. John the Apostle in Ft. Worth and most recently as Coordinator of Youth Ministry at St. Michael’s in McKinney, TX. Through his work as a parish youth minister, workshops, presentations, professional musician at live music concerts and liturgies he has invited people to build and cross bridges that span the gap between the English and Spanish speaking communities within the church. Vince attended the University of North Texas where he majored in Jazz Studies and lives with his wife Charity and two daughters Elena & Violet in Denton, TX.
Resource Spotlights Our exhibitors have exciting resources to offer, and they want to tell you about them! Join them for these special, 30-minute spotlight sessions happening on Friday. Every attendee will receive a gift from the exhibitor as a thanks for attending.
FRIDAY | 12:20 pm - 12:45 pm Resources for Global Discipleship — Catholic Relief Services // C 155 Would you like resources for living out Christ’s call to serve the poor in our world? Catholic Relief Services invites you to join this spotlight. We will provide an overview of CRS’ ministry resources that help animate communities to PRAY, LEARN, ACT AND GIVE in solidarity with our brothers and sisters in other countries who are poor. CRS is the official international humanitarian agency of the Catholic community in the United States. Give-Away: Resources for parish flyer Mental Health and Ministry: When to refer to a Mental Health Professional // Salud Mental y Ministerio: Cuando referir a un Profesional de Salud Mental — In His Image Counseling Center // C 148 Would you like resources for living out Christ’s call to serve the poor in our world? Catholic Relief Services sychological issues affect every part of the human person: mind, body, and spirit. As a result, suffering hearts and minds look to ministers for help. Learn when it is appropriate to refer to a mental health professional. Give-Away: $25 off coupon for the first therapy session for the first 10 attendees The Society of St. Vincent de Paul and Caholic School Teaching — Society of St. Vincent de Paul // C 147/154 Founded by college students in 1833, SVdP now has 850,000 members. Learn how our founder, Bl. Frederic Ozanam’s example and teaching influenced Rerum Novarum and CST and how Vincentians act as a visible sign of Christ’s church. Give-Away: Pocket sized edition of The Rule Give Now, Give Later, Give and Receive — Thrivent Financial // C 156 There are benefits that go beyond the personal satisfaction of helping others. Discover the solutions that can help match your interests and financial needs so you can maximize your giving. Give-Away: Thrivent heart-shaped stress balls, along with our “A, B, C’s of Generosity” collateral piece
Helping Hands A Special Service Opportunity in Partnership with Catholic Relief Services! CRS Helping Hands is a Catholic volunteer and formation event that allows participants to serve their brothers and sisters overseas in a tangible way. Rooted in our call as Catholics to be the hands and feet of Christ in the world, volunteers work together to address hunger in both the short term and the long term. Together, volunteers package meals to send to people who suffer from chronic hunger as a result of cyclical drought and flooding in the African nation of Burkina Faso. In addition, CRS Helping Hands funds longer term, incomegenerating projects that allow our brothers and sisters to build a future free from hunger.
“Helping Hands”o Manos Unidas de CRS es un evento de voluntariado y formación católico que permite a los participantes servir a sus hermanos y hermanas en el extranjero de una manera concreta. Arraigado en nuestro llamado como cristianos a ser las manos y los pies de Cristo en el mundo, los participantes trabajan juntos para combatir el hambre, tanto a corto plazo como a largo plazo. Ellos se unen para empacar alimentos que se envían a las personas que sufren de hambre crónica como consecuencia de la sequía cíclica y las inundaciones en Burkina Faso en África Occidental. Además, “Helping Hands” de CRS financia proyectos de generación de ingresos a largo plazo que permiten a nuestros hermanos y hermanas construir un futuro sin hambre.
Join us Saturday for this special project! • This project will take place at 11am. • Join us Downstairs of Level C at the KBHCCD. • Available to volunteer on a first-come, firstserved basis. • Help us package 10,000 meals for the hungry in Burkina Faso! 10
Period 01 & 02 KEY OF SYMBOLS 00-00
Period # - Session # Recorded Session
See pg. 5-6 for a Speaker Index & Track Index. See pg. 22 for Speaker Biographies.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19 Period 01 | 1:15 pm - 2:15 pm 01-PS Hall C
Spiritual Direction, Mature Discernment, and Missionary Discipleship — Rev. Joseph Tetlow, S.J.
Period 02 | 2:45 pm - 4:00 pm 02-01 Ballroom 1
02-02 Ballroom 2 Also in Spanish in Period 06
02-03 Ballroom 3
Death to Fundraising — Chris Bartlett & Matt Rice, M.Div.
Ministry is not an expense, it is an investment. Rethink the way money is raised for your ministry and ministry events. Move away from offering a baked good or car wash in exchange for support and create a base of benefactors instead of consumers. This workshop will offer tangible processes for creating a benefactor base as well as ways to bring in funding from people outside your existing community. Sponsored by Next Level Ministry
Youth Ministry 101: What youth really desire and why we should give them that. — Joel De Loera
This workshop is ideal for parents, teachers, catechists and youth ministers. Those of us who have ministered to or have being around young people, are often confused and sometimes clueless as to how to reach out to them and engage them in Church-related activities. In this workshop you will learn what teens really want to get out from Church and why we should give them that! With this in mind, ministry with youth should not be as complicated as we sometimes make it seem. You will also learn some basic tools that will help you connect with the young people in your parish.
Does teaching the Catechism to religion teachers make sense? — Marlon de la Torre, M.A., M.Ed.
In this session we will explore whether there is a practical and applicable value in using the Catechism of th Catholic Church as the formative tool in training religion teachers in the Catholic faith.
Strengthening the Soul of Your Leadership: Spiritual Disciplines for Sustainable Leadership — J. Lee Whittington, Ph.D.
Faith and Science: Exciting Resources for the Catholic Mission — Fr. John Bayer
If we are to be transformational leaders we must first be transformed. But, personal transformation is an ongoing process. The session will examine the role of spiritual disciplines in cultivating the leader’s relationship with God as the foundation for leading in the Spirit. Presentation includes several practical suggestions and invites discussion of practices others have found useful. Sponsored by Neuhoff School of Ministry Modern science presents one of the greatest challenges to evangelization today. Meeting this challenge will bear immense fruits for the world. Thankfully, there is an overwhelming amount of material available to show how the Catholic Church has been and can continue to be among the most important institutional and intellectual forces supporting science. This material can help Catholics to preach the Gospel in service of the world by promoting a scientific culture rooted in authentic reason and the common good. This presentation intends to deliver a lot of this material in a concise and accessible form to catechists, teachers and ministers.
SESSIONS & OTHER EVENTS
Spiritual direction today names several holy relationships among mature disciples of Christ. It may be, first, direction—an instructor helping a disciple learn a great Catholic spiritual tradition; or guidance—more experienced helping less experienced in prayer and progress in the Spirit; or companioning—two experienced disciples guiding each other; or simply spiritual friendship—singly or in a group. These each help mature disciples reach spiritual discernment—the graced awareness of the interaction of faith, belief, and action—head, heart, and hands. Direction helps us find what pleases God by enacting our natural and supernatural gifts. It leads us to read the signs of the times with the Church. Good spiritual direction leads mature disciples to what every pope since Paul VI called “a new evangelization.” This means enacting my natural and supernatural gifts and so living, transparently joyful, a missionary discipleship. Sponsored by Loyola Press
Period 02 & 03 02-06 C 140
What’s all the buzz about spiritual direction? — Victoria Tanco
“Spiritual accompaniment must lead others ever closer to God, in whom we attain true freedom.” Pope Francis says this in his encyclical The Joy of the Gospel. If you have ever wondered what God wants for your life, or had the desire to grow in holiness, or wanted to know how to listen for God’s voice, then you could be a candidate for spiritual direction. More and more people are seeking spiritual directors. Find out exactly what it is, how it’s done, who does it, and why it could help you.
Strengthening the Disciple for Mission: Praying as a Family — Sr. Jane Dominic Laurel, O.P., S.T.D.
Collaborating with Parish Leaders: An Artist’s Perspective — William Frank
Every missionary needs a home-base: a place of warmth, welcome, mutual understanding, and love. That God-given home-base is the family. Deepen the joy of God’s presence in your family by praying as a family. Prayer opens hearts, dissolves resentments, fosters gratitude, builds relationships and serves as a fount of grace, peace, joy, and unity for the whole family. Topics covered include: the power of praying as a family; removing obstacles to family prayer; deepening the love of husband and wife; praying with your spouse; creating sacred times and sacred spaces; drawing your family together through prayer; fostering healthy family relationships; and, pitfalls, pointers, and practical notes. Sponsored by Neuhoff School of Ministry Commissioning art for a parish or school chapel is a collaborative effort between the community and the artist, which has an impact for generations. Through numerous collaborations with parish councils over the past decade, Will has become acutely aware of the difficulties parish leaders face when looking to commission art for their churches. At the same time, he has come to understand what factors contribute to successful commissions. In this session, Will gives insight into the commissioning process. He examines critical issues in contemporary liturgical commissions, explores how to structure a successful collaboration between parish and artist, and reviews several projects in which this collaboration developed artwork that is richer than originally imagined. Session attendants will gain knowledge that they can bring back to their own parish councils.
Period 03 | 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm 03-01 Ballroom 1
Becoming Disciples of Prayer: Learning Practical Ways Prayer Can Become Regular and Transforming — Fr. Christopher Schroeder, S.J.
The relationship with God remains always ineffable and mysterious. Yet this overwhelming mystery too often leads people to conclude that prayer itself has to be mysterious, vague, or somehow beyond me and my mundane life. This presentation will seek to bring prayer out of the clouds and the realm of the abstract. While God’s voice is always unpredictable, we can place ourselves in a position to hear it by a variety of concrete skills that can be learned (and therefore, taught!). We are not all called to be experts on “Prayer” or “Spirituality” in the abstract, but we are all called to be experts on “my prayer” and “my spiritual experience” as the foundation for our own relationship with God. This will be a session for anyone who has ever heard the words “I want to pray, but I don’t know how”—whether from their own mouth or from those they minister to! Sponsored by Montserrat Jesuit Retreat House
Pilgrim, Poet, Preacher of the Word: Notes on a Spirituality of Preaching — Daniel Luby, S.T.L., S.T.D.
Don’t Be Defeatist Sourpusses! --Pope Francis — Dr. Mike Brock, LPC
Preaching is at the core of Catholic identity and mission. It’s who we are and what we do. Whether as an ordained minister whose preaching is liturgical and public; or as a rank and file Catholic whose preaching is more implicit and personal, it is a demanding call, but viewed through the lens of spirituality, preaching can be a path to communion and holiness and joy. Participants in this session will explore some of the theological foundations, biblical and historical images, and practical implications for a spirituality of preaching, both as listeners and as active preachers. Sponsored by Neuhoff School of Ministry This presentation looks at how we are called to be Jesus to others, healing each other’s hearts through connection, affirmation, and encouragement. At the heart of this presentation is the challenge to look at how we are treating one another. Through the sharing of personal experiences, wisdom gathered through colleagues, students, clients, and teachers, and humor, participants will learn what encouragement--the opposite of “defeatism”--sounds like and looks like and will leave with a personal affirmation statement that offers insight into who they are at the soul level.
Period 03 — DE/SB 03-04 Ballroom 4
03-05 C 146
03-07 C 142
03-08 C 144/145
Stuck in a rut? Are you a little too comfortable in your routine? Are you yearning for more - personally and professionally? If so, this may be the workshop for you. Our spiritual muscles need to be stretched and challenged in order to grow. StrengthsFinder might be just the tool you have been looking for. Come join us as we explore the incredible and unique set of gifts that God has blessed you with and how you can develop them to enhance your own spiritual strength and to build the Kingdom of God.
From Dreaded Pro-Life Talk to BEST CLASS EVER! — Camille Pauley
Have you ever discussed the abortion issue with people and then walked away thinking, “Well, that didn’t go so well”? It can be tough to pass on Catholic teaching in a culture that dismisses the sacred dignity of human life. This workshop will show you how to engage students in deeper thinking without all the emotions, statistics, and graphic imagery. Learn ten foundational principles of happiness, logic, ethics, and justice to guide discussion and approach related issues. Get hands-on experience with a variety of tools and leave with a complimentary pro-life resource. Based on the work of Fr. Robert Spitzer. Sponsored by Healing the Culture
Prayer and Prophets — Jeanne Kamat, Ph.D.
A presentation of the corruption into which the kingdom of Israel had fallen in the time of Ahab, the singular position of Elijah as God’s instrument for justice and the revelation of God in the quietude of the heart. A discussion of the unique mission God requests of Hosea that he choose the sinner and remain constant in the midst of infidelity. The circumstances of these prophets will be related to the Lectio Divina method of prayer which requires concentration of the Word and stillness. Sponsored by Neuhoff School of Ministry
Tools for Navigating Difficult Conversations — Sal Della Bella, M.A. & Marti R. Jewell, D.Min.
Do you ever have to deal with people who are upset and angry? Do you dislike conflict? Wish you could tell somebody e xactly what you really think? Having tough conversations isn’t easy whether you areaparish business manager, catechetical leader, teacher, or pastor, but it is part of the life of a parish. Join us in this workshop where we will discuss leadership skills for dealing with challenging situations assertively, pastorally, and compassionately. You will discover ways to navigated ifficult situations, de-escalate anger, identify triggers, and improve communication and assertiveness skills. Sponsored by Neuhoff School of Ministry
Sexual Assault & Beyond - What Can We Do — Bernice Simmons, M.S., LPC, CCTP
The effects of sexual assault can be devastating. With the increase in sexually explicit media, more and more people are being affected by some form of sexual offense. The repercussions can be disastrous and can turn a victim’s life upside-down. As members of Christ’s Body, clergy, staff, volunteers, ministers and lay people need to know how to approach this most difficult topic and reach out to the vulnerable victims. This presentation will help you become versed in identifying the effects of sexual assault and helping those who have been victimized. Sponsored by Catholic Pro-life Committee
Period 04 | 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm Sessions in Spanish only.
Diaconal Ministry & School Board Session (2 Hours) | 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm 00-DE Telling the Story — Fr. Ian G. Bordenave, O.P. C 140
Story is not merely for entertainment. It can be a way of sharing a culture’s deepest values while making a lasting impression on hearers. This presentation will discuss the rationale of story within preaching and strategies for doing that.
SB-01 C 156
For Maintaining Boards – Aligning with the National Standards and Benchmarks — Sister Dawn Achs, SSND
Establishing a Board Structure — Dr. Verónica Alonzo
This session will focus on using committees to ensure accountability to the National Standards and Benchmarks, and will help boards develop appropriate structures that will allow for the eventual creation of an ongoing, 3 to 5 year strategic plan. This session will focus on setting board agendas, establishing board roles and responsibilities, and developing committees that can foster board work. The presenter will give an overview of these responsibilities and provide directed activities for board growth. 13
SESSIONS & OTHER EVENTS
StrengthsFinder Seminar - Maximizing Your Ministry Muscle — Bruce Baumann
Period DE/SE — 06 SB-03 C 141
For Planning Boards – Developing a Three Year Strategic Plan — Dr. Matthew Vereecke
This will be an active session for boards that have a strong data set but are not yet sure about how to transition to an actionable plan. Boards that attend this session should be prepared to analyze their school capacity reports (provided to your principal in early August) and will spend significant time within a working structure.
Period 05 | 7:30 pm - 8:45 pm Sessions in Spanish only.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20 English Keynote | 9:30 am - 10:15 am EN-KEY Hall C
Missionary Disciples:Called to Follow, Love & Serve — Most Reverend Edward J. Burns
The life of every Christian is to journey with our Lord Jesus Christ, to know him, accept his call to conversion and respond to His call to follow Him. In this new life we are called to love Him with all our hearts and to love our neighbors as ourselves. The acceptance of this mission leads us to a life of service – to God and His Church – and to proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ.
Period 06 | 10:45 am - 12:00 pm 06-PS Hall C
06-01 Ballroom 2 Also in Period 07
06-02 Ballroom 3 Also in Period 07
06-03 C 146
06-04 C 140
Why I am Catholic (and Everyone Should Be Too) — Brandon Vogt
With atheism on the rise and millions tossing off religion, why would anyone consider the Catholic Church? Brandon Vogt, a bestselling author and the content director for Bishop Robert Barron’s Word on Fire Catholic Ministries, shares seven reasons why everyone should be Catholic. Sponsored by Ave Maria Press
The What Why and How of Gifted Learners in the Catholic School Classroom — Janette Boazman, Ph.D.
What is academic giftedness? Why is it important to recognize and serve gifted learners in Catholic schools? How do we meet the needs of the gifted in our Catholic classrooms? In this session, participants examine these questions and identify ways to enhance learning for high ability students in the regular classroom setting. Participants will relate research to practice and identify ways to use differentiation in their classrooms. Attendees will engage in discussion about strategies that help meet the needs of high ability students and take with them strategies for differentiation, curriculum compacting, and using learning contracts. Sponsored by Neuhoff School of Ministry
Dealing with Parents in Difficult Situations — Douglas Fiore, Ph.D.
In this session, participants will learn about parent life in contemporary society. National and local data will be used to explain some of the challenges facing parents today. Through interactive, engaging dialogue, participants will discuss ways in which challenging information can best be communicated to parents. They will learn trigger words to avoid, and they will discover specific language that inflames people and alternate phrases that are non-threatening. Participants will leave the session armed with skills to effectively deal with the most challenging parents in the most challenging situations.
Pauline Paradigms for Missionary Discipleship — Rev. Seán Charles Martin
The letters of Paul of Tarsus not only give a contemporary reader privileged access to his theology, they also show us what it is to be a missionary disciple. Paul himself was a missioner, and along with associates like, Timothy, Titus, Prisca and Aquila, and others, formed Christian communities, raised up leaders, and traveled throughout the Mediterranean basin in the service of the Gospel. This presentation will examine Paul’s missionary activities, paying particular attention to the multi-ethnic, multilingual, and multicultural dimension of his work in the service of the Gospel.
Rise, Take the Child - Missionary Discipleship and the call to Adoption — Barbara McCrabb, M.Div. & Don McCrabb, D.Min.
There are countless ways to express our missionary discipleship. Come explore how the many expressions of adoption can embody our missionary call as we claim our own adoption as daughters and sons of God, through Christ Jesus. Sponsored by Catholic Apostolate Center
Period 06 & 07
Widowed by Ministry: Navigating Ministry and Married Life — Chris Bartlett & Matt Rice, M.Div.
Re-imagining Parish Leadership for the 21st Century — Marti R. Jewell, D.Min.
06-08 Ballroom 4
Today’s church challenges parishes to call forth and form missionary disciples as mature, adult agents of evangelization. This demand to animate the co-responsibility of each of the baptized brings with it an equally demanding need to re-imagine parish leadership. Based on research with over 500 lay and ordained parish leaders, this workshop will provide an opportunity to look at both traditional and emerging styles of pastoral leadership, how they function, and their impact on the community of the faithful. Sponsored by Neuhoff School of Ministry
Seven Habits for Balancing Family and Ministry — Michael James Mette
In ministry, it is easy to feel stretched thin. Family commitments and ministry responsibilities all want to take priority. It seems everything needs more of our time. Michael and Michelle share seven habits for balancing family and ministry. Learn from their life experiences as they have grown to a family of nine working in the Church. Examine your own situation and set goals for personal spirituality, family life, and ministry that help you thrive.
Illuminated Manuscripts: History and Esthetics — Fr. Ignatius Peacher & Lyle Novinski
Among the visual treasures of the western world are the images stored away in the manuscript pages of late medieval books and Psalters. On the occasion of the University of Dallas hosting a year with the St. John’s Bible, a modern example of this art form, celebrated sacred artist and art historian, Lyle Novinski, will trace the evolution and historical context of this rich practice. He will be joined by Fr. Ignatius Preacher O. Cist. who continues the tradition of beautifying the printed word in his modern art.
Period 07 | 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm 07-01 Ballroom 1 Also in Period 06
07-02 Ballroom 2
The What Why and How of Gifted Learners in the Catholic School Classroom — Janette Boazman, Ph.D. See session description under Period 06. Sponsored by Neuhoff School of Ministry
Dealing with Parents in Difficult Situations — Douglas Fiore, Ph.D. See session description under Period 06.
Also in Period 06
Amoris Laetitia from a young pastor — Fr. Adam Wilczak
Reflections from a young pastor on how to apply this post-synodal exhortation to daily life. We will walk through each of the sections and draw out what our Holy Father is calling us to embrace.
The Fifth Encuentro: Historical Roots and Vision for Pastoral Renewal — Tim Matovina, Ph.D. & Hosffman Ospino, M.A., Ph.D.
C 146 Also in Spanish in Period 10
Since 1972 the National Hispanic Pastoral Encuentros have inspired countless Latinos and other Catholics to live their Christian identity as leaders in the Church. Encuentros draw their energy from thousands of small faith communities in parishes and dioceses, constituting a major force for Catholic renewal. The four-year process of the Fifth National Encuentro of Hispanic/Latino Ministry began in 2017 and will conclude in 2020, with a national gathering in Fort Worth/Dallas in 2018. This is an exceptional opportunity for pastoral planning, leadership formation, consultation, and evangelization involving about 1 million Catholics. Come and learn about this exciting moment in our Church! Sponsored by Ave Maria Press and Our Sunday Visitor
SESSIONS & OTHER EVENTS
When the wedding bells were ringing the sacramental yes in ‘I do’ was the only thing that mattered in life. Now it seems that every yes we say to ministry it competes with this ‘I do’. Ministry is meant to bless the couple and yet ministers can often find their marriages stressed or even broken due to their commitment to ministry. The Widowed by Ministry workshop will bring new or renewed perspective to all present on how to say yes to God by saying yes to one’s marriage first. Sponsored by Next Level Ministry
Building a House Where All Are Welcome… 4 Pillars, 6 Tasks, 1 Mission — John Collins
Apostles on Mission — Fr. Frank Donio, S.A.C., D.Min. & Jonathan Lewis
07-07 C 144/145
07-08 C 148
07-09 C 155 Also in Spanish in Period 08
07-10 C 156
Whether we are trying to “build” a catechetical program, “build” a classroom, or “build” or create an environment…we all try to provide the best opportunities for faith formation no matter what setting we are in. But does everyone know that kind of house we want to “build” where all are welcome? Does everyone know what our mission is…forming disciples? In our house, do we provide an environment where young people…and their families…learn about their Catholic identity and traditions to be able to make a faith response to live as a disciple of Jesus, continuing his mission? Instead of doing something different, is it time to do different things? This session will consider the “blueprints” for our house, our goal or mission, as well as the factors and issues that affect “building” a house where all are welcome. Is it time to re-think, re-fresh, and renew, or time for some renovation? Sponsored by SADLIER Young adults have an important place in the Church and are needed now more than ever to share their talents, enthusiasm and creativity in the church and in the world! Yet living as a young adult Catholic can be challenging without a strong peer community, frequent transitions, and sometimes a lack of opportunities provided to be involved in leadership. The Catholic Apostolate Center, in collaboration with the Archdiocese of Washington’s Office of Young Adult Ministry, has created the initiative “From Practicing Catholics to Apostles on Mission” to give young adult Catholics the tools and experience needed to be evangelizers to their families, parishes, and communities. Join us to learn more about this program and the effect it is having on our Church. Sponsored by Catholic Apostolate Center
Going, Going, Gone … the Dynamics of Disaffiliation in Young Catholics — Robert McCarty, D.Min.
Saint Mary’s Press recently conducted extensive research with young Catholics who have left the Church. This session will identify the underlying dynamics that lead to disaffiliation, describe the factors that reinforce those dynamics, and examine the pastoral implications. We will hear about these issues from young adults, taping their own voices. And we will also propose pastoral strategies that enhance affiliation and engagement with the faith community.
“I have become all things to all”: Living the Faith in America — Thomas W. Jodziewicz, Ph.D
To live the faith is a holy obligation. Witnesses to the faith in American history include the first American Catholic bishop, John Carroll; from the 19th century, the convert and apologist, Orestes Brownson, the New Mexico missionary, Sr. Blandina Segale, and a leader in the Black Catholic Congresses, Daniel Rudd; and from the past century, Dorothy Day, co-founder of the Catholic Worker. Each in their own way lived the faith and heeded St. Paul’s call to evangelize their culture. Sponsored by Neuhoff School of Ministry
Priests as Missionary Disciples: Current status of research on the priesthood in America — Fr. Stephen J. Fichter, Ph.D
CARA Research Associate, seminary professor, pastor, and coauthor of “Same Call, Different Men: The Evolution of the Priesthood since Vatican II” (Liturgical Press 2012) will speak about how the priesthood and priestly ministry has changed in the United States over the last fifty years. Topics to be covered include: The major demographic changes that have changed the face of the Roman Catholic Church since Vatican II, the graying of the priesthood, the internationalization of priesthood, and the shorter learning curve before newly ordained priests become pastors. Father Stephen will also speak about the increasing satisfaction and the growing commitment reported by priests, as well as their sources of ministerial satisfaction and their most commonly reported problems. In the third and final section of his presentation he will address such pressing concerns for the church today as collaborative ministry, multicultural ministry, multiparish ministry, and vocational promotion.
Cybersecurity threats for the churches and nonprofit organizations — Dr. Brett Landry
This session is designed for church managers and others involved in the organization to talk about cyber threats the church faces and steps to protect data. Sponsored by Gupta College of Business
Period 07 & 08 07-11 C 147/154
Live Video Streaming Solutions: How to successfully live stream your next parish or ministry event — Cynthia Bates
Live streaming videos are powerful tools for ministries and parishes because they provide real-time content that actively engages the audience, allowing us to “communicate Jesus wherever we are” (Evangelii Gaudium #121). In this session, Cynthia Gill Bates, Digital Media Strategist for the Catholic Diocese of Dallas, will teach you how to share live video on the most popular social media networks. Learn how and where to share your live videos online, how to avoid common mistakes, and which three pieces of equipment are essential to producing high-quality streams.
Period 08 | 2:45 pm - 4:00 pm 08-PS Hall C
Ballroom 1 Also in Period 09
08-02 C 140 Also in Spanish in Period 10
08-03 C 142
Most information on poverty comes from the media which predominantly provides stories that perpetuate myths and stereotypes. In this interactive session, Dr. Beegle will provide participants with a poverty knowledge base necessary for improving educational success. Participants will gain tools for understanding how the many different life experiences of poverty impact education and what they can do to improve outcomes. Dr. Beegle will also share examples of school districts who are implementing her strategies and having success in removing poverty-related obstacles.
21st Century Parish Youth Ministry: From Maintenance to Mobilization — Douglas Tooke
Be prepared to be inspired by the fascinating data of Parishes in the 21st Century (CARA). This workshops will solidify proven strategy for future success in ministry with adolescents as well as inspire you to partake in a revolution of Parish culture. Come learn practical skills for youth ministry in an engaging illustration of the modern parish!
The Shared Parish: Latinos, Anglos, and the Future of the American Parish — Brett Hoover, Ph.D.
More and more parishes in Texas and across the country are “shared parishes,” where different groups share a parish’s facilities and leadership but each worship and minister in their own language and according to their own customs. What does effective missionary discipleship look like in shared parishes? How can Catholics share the parish in a way that recognizes the dignity of the different cultures while still maintaining a sense of unity?
Seven Keys to Christ Centered Collaboration — Fr. Frank Donio, S.A.C., D.Min., Barbara McCrabb, M.Div. & Don McCrabb, D.Min.
One vital element of lay ecclesial ministry, indeed all ministry, is the sharing of mission. Lay ministers are called to collaborate with clergy and other laity in fulfilling the mission of the Church. This session will offer a fresh perspective on collaboration rooted it in sound spirituality, tradition and practice. With a common foundation, we will explore ways of collaboration using scripture, sharing promising practices, identifying pastoral strategies and engaging participants in reflection on their own ministry. This session will offer a formation framework that integrates human, intellectual, spiritual and pastoral formation. Sponsored by Catholic Apostolate Center
The Time is Now: Preventing the Normalization of Assisted Suicide — Becky Visosky
Recalibration: moving to a personal grace-filled future! — Robert McCarty, D.Min.
It is inevitable. We all face the end of life and the challenging choices that it presents for ourselves and our loved ones. What if our government began making those choices more difficult, or worse, more dangerous? Find out what is going on right now in our country and communities, and what our Church wants us to do about it. Be prepared when your parishioners, students, and neighbors begin asking questions. Develop the tools to speak up and act now - before it’s too late. Sponsored by Catholic Pro-Life Committee This session is for pastoral ministers in the wisdom generation (50’s or 60’s), considering your ‘next stage’ in life and ministry, and not ready to completely leave the ministry vineyard. Recalibration is a life-giving option to retirement, a re-examination of vocation and ministry, and a joy-filled pathway to our next stage. We will identify the practical challenges, key questions to consider, and specific strategies to honor our past and enhance our preferred future.
SESSIONS & OTHER EVENTS
Breaking the Iron Cage of Poverty — Donna Beegle, Ed.D.
Period 08 & 09 08-06 C 156
(Re)Lighting the Way: Addressing Cyberbullying through Digital Discipleship — Jodi Hunt, Ph.D.
Also in Period 09
This session will explore cyberbullying through the lens of catechesis. Specifically, after exploring why cyberbullying should be addressed within the walls of catechesis, we will collaboratively uncover how catechists, teachers, and parents can form their student(s) into good digital disciples, helping them better navigate the modern social-digital world and respond to cyberbullying.
A Road to Discovery: Using Reflective Practice in Ministry — Sal Della Bella, M.A.
The purpose of this workshop is to provide a description of Reflective practice and how it may be used in your ministry with others. Reflective practice is a method that helps individuals reflect on their experiences and actions while surfacing ideas, assumptions, and patterns of behavior that shape their thinking and action. The skills, methods, and outcomes of Reflective practice will be provided so that you will learn how to apply it to your ministry with others as supervisors, pastoral care ministers, companions or for your own increased self awareness.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21 Period 09 | 9:45 am - 11:00 am 09-01 Ballroom 1
19-02 Ballroom 2
09-03 Ballroom 3
Chastity Education: What Are we Supposed to Do — Coleen Kelly Mast, M.S., D.H.L.
How do religious educators, pastors, and parents fulfill their proper roles as missionary disciples of chastity in today’s confused world? Here, unpacked for you, are the most recent teachings of the Vatican and the US Bishops to help us help our children navigate in today’s over-sexed, love-starved culture. Ideal for DRE’s, Catechists, Pro-Lifers, Catholic School Administrators, Teachers and Parents. Sponsored by Saint Benedict Press
Pope Francis’ Vision for Catechesis: Forming Missionary Disciples — Dr. Joseph D. White
What do recent papal statements and Vatican documents tell us about Pope Francis’ vision for faith formation? This session, facilitated by a noted catechetical author and National Catechetical Consultant, will explore how can put Pope Francis’ words into practice, following the lead of this master teacher and witness to form others as missionary disciples. Sponsored by Our Sunday Visitor
21st Century Parish Youth Ministry: From Maintenance to Mobilization — Douglas Tooke See session description under Period 08.
Also in Period 08
09-04 Ballroom 4
09-05 C 146 Also in Spanish in Period 11
10 Rules for Listening to a Homily: A Spirituality — Fr. Joshua Whitfield
How should we listen to homilies? How do homilies fit within the spiritual life? How do we listen to both good homilies and bad homilies and still grow spiritually? In this talk, Fr. Joshua shares his “10 Rules for Listening to a Homily,” rules meant to help those listening to homilies make the best of it! In preaching God speaks, so we’d better listen! So how can we keep from zoning out? How can we focus? How can we turn listening to homilies into a spirituality of sanctification and growth. If you thought the homily was time to take a nap, think again! And come, learn how to listen to homilies the right way!
Music Serves the Liturgy. Musicians Serve the People. It’s That Simple. — Peter Kolar
A healthy relationship between the choir and the assembly is built on trust and a spirit of service. The Church envisions our celebrations to be alive with vibrant participation, but this vision is only fulfilled when everyone sings — not just the choir or worship band. Musicians have to be attentive first and foremost to the gathered assembly, with an “assembly-first” mindset guiding crucial decisions from song selection to how the music is performed. All this in the context of the document Sing to the Lord on its 10-year anniversary. Sponsored by World Library Publications
Period 09 & 10 09-06 C 142
09-07 C 144/145
Men and Abortion: His Pain is Real — Reg Platt
Men have long been excluded from the abortion debate by a culture that does not recognize the legitimacy of either their reproductive rights or their feelings. The guilt of helping to kill a child can eventually grow to destroy a man’s relationships, his self-respect and often his whole life. Now, through personal testimony and experience, men who have faced this situation have found a way to guide those still suffering back to the fold, giving witness to the forgiveness of God. Sponsored by Catholic Pro-Life Committee
(Re)Lighting the Way: Addressing Cyberbullying through Digital Discipleship — Jodi Hunt, Ph.D. See session description under Period 08.
Also in Period 08
09-09 C 155
09-10 C 156
09-11 C 147/154
Resolve to Listen Better! - 9 “Action” Tips for Listening Success — Lisa Salas
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Have you ever struggled with what to say when? Want to have more intentional conversations with teens, parents, friends, or strangers? Pick one or all of the tips to help you have better conversations with those around you. Each of the 9 tips will be paired with examples and suggestions to help you improve and deepen your relational ministry skills.
Mary: A Model of Discipleship — Br. Silas Henderson
This session will explore how Mary, the Mother of Jesus, is not only an image of the Church but how she is a model for a life of discipleship for all Christians. Looking at the life of Mary in Scripture and reflecting on the Church’s teachings about Mary, participants will come to see Mary’s importance for each of us today.
Moving from Silos to Teams — Sal Della Bella, M.A.
As Patrick Lencioni writes in his book Silos, Politics and Turf Wars; “Silos – and the turf wars they enable – devastate organizations. They waste resources, kill productivity, and jeopardize the achievement of goals.” This workshop will provide ideas, strategies, and resources for both leaders and staffs to better function as highly effective teams.
Commissioning Art for Your Parish — Shelley Kolman Smith
The opportunity to be involved in selecting and commissioning an artist rarely happens twice in a lifetime. Shelley will walk you through the process - from concept to installation. Learn how to find the perfect Artist for your project, when to bring them onboard and what to expect when you do! Commissioning art should be an exhilarating, inspiring and prayerful event. She’ll also show slides of the process of making the sculptures for Epiphany Catholic in OKC, how the concept came about, was sculpted and cast in bronze.
Period 10 | 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm 10-PS Hall C
10-01 Ballroom 4
Who should be saved? — Sean Callahan
We are taught to love our neighbor, to be a good Samaritan, but there are so many in need - what are we called to do as missionary disciples for our sisters and brothers in need in today’s world? Sponsored by Catholic Relief Services
The God Who Repents: Reconciling God’s Justice and Mercy — Gene Giuliano, M.A.
Are mercy and justice mutually exclusive characteristics of God; two distinct sides of God’s nature? Scripture speaks frequently about divine justice and divine mercy. Interestingly, Old Testament prophets include in their discussion the idea of God “repenting.” Nearly 80% of the time that the term “repent” is used, it describes something God does. This session examines the mystery of a just and merciful God from a biblical perspective and considers how we can possibly reconcile God’s justice and mercy and how the image of a God who “repents” impacts our understanding of who God is and who we are. Sponsored by Neuhoff School of Ministry
Period 10 & 11 10-02 C 142
10-03 C 156
Meaningful Inclusion of those with Autism in our Catholic Parish’s — Dcn. Lawrence Sutton, Ph.D.
Children and young adults with Autism are a part of our Catholic Communities. All have the right to be active in our Parish communities in meaningful ways, but require specific preparation, which must be intentional. First, for those not catechized, a good Sacramental Preparation program needs to be in place; secondly, individuals with developmental disabilities can and should be included within the Parish – as Lectors, Eucharistic Ministers, Ushers, Acolytes and Greeters. This Inclusion requires in part, an understanding of autism along with very often simple accommodations. Sponsored by Loyola Press
Making Disciples: What RCIA Tells Us About Faith Formation — Diana Dudoit Raiche, Ph.D.
RCIA offers a type of formation that weaves together as a seamless garment the six tasks of catechesis: knowledge of the faith; knowledge and meaning of liturgy and the sacraments; moral formation in Jesus Christ; praying with Christ; living in community and participating actively in the life and mission of the church; and living in “society” as the place where Christians fulfill their vocation. (NDC, 20) Faith formation through the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults is much more than another religious education program. This session addresses the interplay of the essential tasks in formation through RCIA and what it’s unique method of faith formation has to offer all other catechetical programs, for it is considered the model for all catechesis. Sponsored by Neuhoff School of Ministry
Period 11 | 2:45 pm - 4:00 pm 11-PS Hall C
11-01 Ballroom 4
11-02 C 142
11-03 C 144/145
11-04 C 156
Cultivating Intentional Hospitality in the Parish — Jerry Galipeau, D.Min.
The Church’s vision for the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults presumes a parish that places welcome and intentional hospitality at the center of its life and ministry. Pope Francis has summoned us to open wide our doors and welcome all into an experience of Christ. Sharing his own story of searching for a welcoming parish, Dr. Galipeau will inspire us all to a life of intentional hospitality. Sponsored by World Library Publications
Empowering Parents in the Faith Formation of their Children — Daniel Mulhall
Parent’s play an essential role in the faith formation of their children--whether they know it or not. The role of the Catholic school or parish faith formation program is to assist parents to form their children in faith, not to replace them. Unfortunately, during the last 100 years the essential role that parents play has been somewhat forgotten and the role of teachers and catechists has been magnified. This presentation will explore both the parental role and the role of teachers and catechist in faith formation. As a result of this session, teachers, catechists and parish faith formation leaders will learn numerous ideas that they can implement to better assist parents to fulfill their essential role. Sponsored by RCL Benziger
Ministering in the Midst of Trauma: Helping the Suffering — Gwen Bartlett
If you’re in ministry long enough, you’ll experience a tragedy. How do you minister to the hurting and suffering? What can you say? Should you give them space? Explore these questions with someone who has experienced them firsthand as a teen and youth minister. Gwen Bartlett lost friends in car accidents, suicides, and the Columbine shooting; years later God used her experience as she ministered to others after the death of loved ones. Experiencing these traumatic situations as a teen and youth minister, she’ll share what helps, what doesn’t, and what you can do to prepare and effectively minister during these trying situations. Sponsored by Next Level Ministry
Grace and Sin in the 21st Century — James McGill, M.A.
Grace draws human nature into the fulfillment for which its infinite self-transcendence longs. Sin distorts human nature when we seek that fulfillment in things that cannot satisfy. These traditional terms have enduring meaning for evangelization and catechesis especially when their understanding, rooted in the tradition of the Church, engages the questions and experiences of people in the 21st century. Sponsored by Neuhoff School of Ministry
Buildings that Send Us Forth — Carol Frenning
Our church buildings ’speak’ to everyone who sees them. This presentation looks at the symbolic content, style and form of our churches and how these can tell the world who we are as disciples of Jesus Christ. Churches are often overlooked as a tool of evangelization. Participants can bring pictures of their churches for us to ‘read’.
Period 11 & 12 11-05 C 147/154
MAGNIFY Mass — Elizabeth Madeo
Active and conscious participation in liturgy can transform your parish. We have plenty of opportunities to catechize through Sacrament preparation, RCIA, classes or other workshops we offer our parishioners, but how can these same parishioners have a deeper experience of liturgy? This interactive workshop will give you ideas on how to encourage your parishioners, no matter how young or how old, to truly understand the beauty of why we do what we do at Mass. You will want to run back to your parish with this workshop!
Period 12 | 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm 12-01 Ballroom 1
“Who Do You Say I Am?’ The Call to be a True Disciple” — Greg Wasinski
The Formation of the Twelve during the Ministry of Jesus — Rev. Seán Charles Martin
Shape A Dynamic Team — Christopher Wesley
12-05 C 144/145
12-06 C 148
12-07 C 156
Once Jesus had called the Twelve “to be with him and to be sent out to preach” (Mark 3:14), he began to form them as ministers of the Gospel. They listened as he preached, and observed him bring healing and strength to those who were afflicted in any way. Sometimes they succeeded in their imitation of him, and sometimes they failed. This presentation will analyze how Jesus formed the Twelve as they accompanied him, beginning in Galilee and continuing to Jerusalem where he was arrested, tried, executed, and buried. You shouldn’t do ministry on your own. In fact you can’t. You will not only limit the ability to reach more people, but risk burn out. You need a team of competent and committed volunteers. The question is, “Where do you find these people?” The breakout Shape a Dynamic Team talks about practical strategies to recruiting, training and building a healthy and effective ministry team that will help build a healthier and effective parish. Sponsored by Ave Maria Press
The New Evangelization: The Extraordinary Mission of our Time — Lucas Pollice What exactly is the New Evangelization? Why is it “new” and is this just a buzzword in the Church or is it a real and crucial mission? This session will take an in-depth look at the mission of the New Evangelization and the new ecclesial and cultural realities that make this a truly extraordinary mission for the Church of our day. The session will also explore the key methods and pastoral approaches that will help the gospel reach the minds and hearts of modern men and women. Sponsored by Augustine Institute
Living the Liturgy: Rediscovering our baptismal call to mission and discipleship — Mary Amore, D.Min.
This presentation will plumb the depths of our Eucharistic celebration through four primary symbols of worship: font, ambo, altar and assembly. Participants will explore the ways that these liturgical symbols invite us to experience profound spiritual transformation and spirit filled discipleship.
Starting a Building Program? Advice to help you through what may seem to be a daunting process — James Heck, AIA Whether you are starting your first building project or expanding an existing parish, knowing where to begin can sometimes seem like an overwhelming task. With over thirty-two years of working with churches, Jim will explain the various steps in the building process, offering insights and suggestions to make the process easier. Using actual project experiences and examples, he will discuss a number of topics including: Formation of a Building Committee, Determination of immediate needs and long-term goals, Establishing initial budget parameters, The importance of Master Planning, What to look for in a new site, Determining building programmatic requirements, When and how to contract with architectural and engineering consultants, When is it appropriate to retain a liturgical consultant, When should liturgical artists be involved in your project, What are the distinct roles for the church, architect and contractor on a typical project, Options for contracting for construction services.
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The Lord questions the apostles on their understanding of His identity asking them, “Who do you say I am?” (Mk 8:29) As missionary disciples, He continues to ask us the same question. Just like Simon Peter who answers first, Jesus will use our vocation to grow His church based on our faith. Greg Wasinski will inspire attendees to examine their own call to minister in Christ’s image and their responsibility to work as lay evangelizers in the church. This session will identify scriptural passages and Catechism references, along with inspirational insights that identify what is expected of us as Catholic Christian disciples. Sponsored by Let Me Be... Ministries
Speaker Biographies KEY OF SYMBOLS
Speakers are in alphabetical order by last name.
See pg. 5-6 for a Speaker Index & Track Index. See pg. 11 for the Session Details & Descriptions.
Period # - Session # Recorded Session
Sister Dawn Achs, SSND — SB-01* Sister Dawn has taught in Catholic schools in Missouri and Illinois. She was a teacher in both elementary and special education schools, and has been an administrator in elementary, special education, and vocational programs in Missouri and Illinois. Sister Dawn also served as Director of Special Needs in the Diocese of Belleville, Illinois, Associate Superintendent of Schools in Victoria, Texas and as Associate Superintendent of Schools in the Diocese of Dallas since 2008. Sister is an active member of several professional educational organizations. She has been a presenter at the National Catholic Educational Association Convention, and has provided in-service trainings for faculties in Texas and Illinois. She also serves in several capacities for her religious congregation, the School Sisters of Notre Dame. Sister earned a B.A. from Notre Dame College in St. Louis, Missouri in elementary education with a minor in Science, and an M.A. from Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in Special Education/Education. Dr. Verónica Alonzo — SB-02* Dr. Veronica Alonzo received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Notre Dame in Pre-Professional Medicine and Spanish, her Masters from the University of Portland, and her Doctorate from the University of Phoenix in Educational Leadership. In addition, Dr. Alonzo has completed the Catholic School Leadership Program at the University of Dallas and is a graduate of the Alliance for Catholic Education Program from the University of Notre Dame that focuses on advanced teaching methods and a rigorous fellowship program. Dr. Alonzo has worked for 20 years in numerous Catholic schools. She is currently an Associate Superintendent for the Diocese of Dallas. She served on the Austin Diocesan School Advisory Board as Vice-Chair and was part of the Pastoral Strategic Planning committee for the Diocese of Austin. She had participated in the Latino Enrollment Initiative at the University of Notre Dame, and is currently a member of the national task force on Latino enrollment for Catholic schools for NCEA. Mary Amore, D.Min. — 12-06* Dr. Mary Amore holds a Doctor of Ministry Degree in Liturgy and Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies from Catholic Theological Union. Dr. Amore is the author of Primary Symbols of Worship and the Call to Participation, as well as the creator of two DVD Series: Eucharist: Pathway of Transformation, Healing and Discipleship and “From Mary’s Heart to Yours” published by Pauline Books and Media. A Cardinal Bernardin Scholar and distinguished member of the North American Academy of Liturgy, Mary has been a presenter at the LA Congress, Dallas Ministry Conference, Diocese of New Hampshire Ministry Conference, as well as conducting parish missions, retreats, and adult faith formation programs. Formerly a monthly blogger for CatholicMom.com, and a columnist for Ministry and Liturgy magazine, Dr. Amore serves as the Executive Director of Mayslake Ministries. Chris Bartlett — 02-01*, 06-05* Sponsored by Next Level Ministry Chris Bartlett holds a MA in Theology, a BA in Religious Education and a BA in Business, Marketing. For the last 15 year, Chris has worked at both the parish and Diocesan level. He has been inspiring excellence in ministry leadership for over 5 years through Next Level Ministry. He has traveled throughout the country giving workshops and training to empower ministry leaders. This includes the Dallas Ministry Conference and the National Conference on Catholic Youth Ministry. He coaches and mentors numerous youth ministers. Through his humor and dynamic personality, Chris engages audiences again and again. Gwen Bartlett — 11-02* Sponsored by Next Level Ministry Gwen Bartlett holds an MA in Pastoral Theology from the Augustine Institute and a BA in Theology and Religious Education from Franciscan University of Steubenville. She dove headfirst into ministry after college and has been in the trenches for over 13 years. Gwen has been invited to emcee events such as World Youth Day, ecumenical conferences, and gives numerous engaging talks to inspire teens and empower ministry leaders on a national, diocesan, and parish level. This includes the National Conference on Catholic Youth Ministry and the Austin Diocesan Catholic Youth Conference. She inspires excellence in ministry leadership as the Director of Next Level Ministry and is passionate about coaching and mentoring youth ministers, training and equipping leaders and volunteers, and leading others to encounter Christ in new ways. 22
Speaker Biographies Cynthia Bates — 07-11* Cynthia Gill Bates is the Digital Media Strategist for the Catholic Diocese of Dallas, and has served in the Communications Department since September 2012. Cynthia acts as webmaster for the diocesan website, Cathdal.org, as well as content creator and community manager for all diocese social media. She served with the USCCB Communications Committee’s social media response team in DC, New York and Philadelphia during the historic 2015 US Papal Visit. Cynthia lives in the Heritage District of South Irving with her husband and three cats and is a parishioner of Mater Dei Latin Mass Parish.
Fr. John Bayer — 02-05* Fr. John Bayer is a monk at Our Lady of Dallas Cistercian Abbey in Irving, Texas (www.cistercian.org). Born in Texas but raised in California and New York, he is a graduate of the University of Dallas (BA 2006, MA 2012) and a doctoral student at the Gregorian University in Rome, Italy, where he is writing a dissertation on the relationship between faith and reason in Anselm of Canterbury. He has taught as an adjunct professor in the theology department at the University of Dallas and as a teacher in Cistercian Preparatory School teaching Latin, English grammar and theology. Donna Beegle, Ed.D. — 08-PS Donna Beegle grew up in generational migrant-labor poverty and left school at 15 to get married and start a family. At 25, she had two children, no husband, little education, and few marketable skills. Within 10 short years, she got her GED and advanced through to a doctoral degree in educational leadership. All these experiences provide Dr. Beegle with an authentic voice with which to speak, write, and train across the nation to break the iron cage of poverty. She is president of Communication Across Barriers--a firm dedicated to building poverty-informed communities that are armed with tools to break barriers. She works with individuals currently in poverty, as well as professionals who want to make a difference for those living in the crisis of poverty. For over 27 years, Dr. Beegle’s work has spread to all 50 states and 6 countries. Dr. Beelge is also the founder of the Opportunity Community Model which provides the foundation for a contemporary war on poverty. Janette Boazman, Ph.D. — 06-01*, 07-01* Sponsored by Neuhoff School of Ministry Dr. Janette Boazman is the Chair of the Education Department and an Associate Professor of education at the University of Dallas. She holds a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction, and a Master of Science degree in Educational Psychology. Between attending and teaching at Catholic schools and universities, she has been involved in Catholic education for 28 years. Dr. Boazman specializes in gifted education and also teaches mathematics and science methods for elementary educators and principals of elementary education. Her research centers on the personal and psychological well-being of the gifted. She readily presents her research and publishes her work nationally. She holds leadership positions in the National Association for Gifted Children and is the voice for gifted learners on the National Catholic Education Association’s Exceptional Learner Council. She is a mother of a gifted son who is a seminarian for the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City and an advocate for all gifted individuals. Fr. Ian G. Bordenave, O.P. — 00-DE* Fr. Ian Bordenave, O.P., is an itinerant preacher. He preaches retreats and missions and gives workshops on preaching. He is working on a Doctor of Ministry in Preaching through Aquinas Institute of Theology in Saint Louis. He served as a campus minister at the University of Dallas from 2015 to 2017, the pastor of Holy Rosary Parish in Houston from 2009 to 2015, the pastor of St. Anthony of Padua Parish in New Orleans from 2002 to 2009, and a parochial vicar at St. Dominic Parish in New Orleans from 2000 to 2002. He has been a professed member of the Order of Preachers (Dominicans) since 1994 and a priest since 2000. Before joining the Order, he served in the U.S. Army as a Patriot Missile Officer from 1988 to 1992. He is from Valparaiso, Florida, and enjoys reading and running. 23
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Bruce Baumann — 03-04* Bruce Baumann is the Director of Faith Formation at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in Plano, TX. He received his Master’s Degree in Pastoral Studies from the St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN and has been involved in professional faith formation ministry for 20+ years. Bruce is also a certified coach for the Living Your Strengths process. He is passionate about training ministry leaders and has had the joy of presenting workshops and retreats at conferences and parishes around the country.
Speaker Biographies Dr. Mike Brock, LPC — 03-03* Dr. Mike Brock has worked in Catholic education for 46 consecutive years on the elementary, secondary, and university levels as a teacher, principal, and university counselor and adjunct professor. He holds two master’s degrees (history and counseling) and a doctorate in psychology focusing on clinical and pastoral psychotherapy. In addition, he is a credentialed spiritual director. He is the author or co-author of several books, including “Be Still and Know that I Am God: Reflections on God, Connection, and the Gift of Presence” and : “Parenting through the School Years . . . and Beyond!” He has spoken at numerous national conferences over the years and has presented throughout the United States as well as in Canada, Mexico, and Central America. He was the past director of the Counseling Center at the University of Dallas and presently a therapist in private practice in Dallas. Most Reverend Edward J. Burns — EN-KEY* Bishop Burns is the eighth Bishop of Dallas. He was ordained a priest for the Diocese of Pittsburgh in 1983, served in parishes and seminary work in the Diocese before working at the USCCB as Executive Director of Clergy, Consecrated Life & Vocations. He was appointed Bishop of the Diocese of Juneau, Alaska by Pope Benedict XVI in 2009. He was named the Bishop of Dallas by Pope Francis on December 13, 2016. Sean Callahan — 10-PS* Sponsored by Catholic Relief Services Sean Callahan is president and CEO of Catholic Relief Services, the official international humanitarian agency of the Catholic community in the United States. A 28-year veteran of CRS, Sean, had held a wide variety of leadership roles including regional director for South Asia where he led the regional response to floods, droughts, earthquakes, cyclones and man-made emergencies. He has also worked closely with Saint Teresa of Calcutta and the Missionaries of Charity. Sean holds a master’s degree in law and diplomacy from Tufts University, where he also received a bachelor’s degree, magna cum laude, in Spanish. Sean is first vice president of Caritas Internationalis (2015-2019), and the president of Caritas North America (2015-2019), and he serves on the Board of Trustees for Catholic Charities USA (2014-present). Sean and his wife have two children and he is a member of the Church of the Resurrection in Ellicott City, Maryland. John Collins — 07-05 Sponsored by SADLIER John is a retired elementary school principal, former Director of Curriculum and Professional Development and elementary school teacher in Massachusetts. John has been involved in religious education in various capacities since 1972. He is a former DRE and catechist. John has worked with Sadlier in the northeast for many years. He is now a full-time National Religion Consultant with Sadlier. He is a keynote speaker and presenter at both national and regional catechetical congresses, and provides catechist training in parishes giving practical ideas, strategies and activities on how to teach and be a catechist. He also has provided presentations for catechetical leaders and Catholic school teachers, as well as days of reflection/ retreats for various audiences. His presentations always bring the practical and realistic to catechesis with his experience as both a professional educator and a catechetical leader. Marlon de la Torre, M.A., M.Ed. — 02-03* Marlon currently serve as the Department Director for Evangelization and Catechesis for the Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth. His professional catechetical background spans over twenty years in the following areas: Professor of Catechetics for the Diaconate program for the Diocese of Fort Worth (Current); Adjunct professor of Catechetics for The Catholic Distance University (Current); Holy See Canonical Administrator for the Pastoral Provision in the United States; Instructor for the Augustine Institute’s Symbolon RCIA and Adult Ed programs; Superintendent of Catholic Schools (Diocese of Kansas CitySt. Joseph); Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic High School Principal (Diocese of Memphis); Diocesan Director of Religious Education (Diocese of Memphis); Parish Director of Religious Education (Diocese of Youngstown); Published works include his book entitled: Screwtape Teaches the Faith which parallels C.S. Lewis’ Screwtape Letters with the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Joel De Loera — 02-02*, 06-22* (Spanish), 10-24* (Spanish) After experiencing many difficulties during his childhood, Joel ended up with the wrong crowd and was introduced to a promiscuous lifestyle that would lead him to stray away from his family, the Church and God for nearly 10 years. Thanks to his mother’s prayers and persistence, Joel had a personal encounter with Jesus at a retreat that changed his life. Joel discovered who he really was in Christ and he received a call to become an evangelist. Joel has a MA Degree in Pastoral Theology, a BA Degree 24
Speaker Biographies in Theology, and a Certificate in Pastoral Ministry and Addictions. Joel has traveled across the U.S. and abroad sharing his powerful testimony. He is also a retreat leader, musician and songwriter. He is the Director of Youth Ministry at St. Joseph Old Cathedral in OKC, OK, President of Familias Para Cristo and the Music Director for the Charismatic Group. Joel considers his family the most important ministry; he is happily married to Nora and is a proud father of 5 beautiful children.
Sr. Jane Dominic Laurel, O.P., S.T.D. — 02-07 Sponsored by Neuhoff School of Ministry Sister Jane Dominic Laurel, O.P., a member of the Saint Cecilia Congregation of Dominican Sisters of Nashville, Tennessee, holds a doctorate in Sacred Theology from the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas in Rome, Italy, and currently serves as Affiliate Assistant Professor of Theology at the University of Dallas. Sister has served as Editor-in-Chief for her Community’s latest book already in its second printing: Praying as a Family (available also in Spanish and Mandarin Chinese). She has directed a television series of the same name with EWTN, and presented on topics related to theology, religious life, and marriage and family, speaking at various conferences, as well as to university students, religious, priests, deacons, and seminarians. Fr. Frank Donio, S.A.C., D.Min. — 07-06*, 08-03* Sponsored by Catholic Apostolate Center Fr. Frank S. Donio, S.A.C., D.Min. is Director of the Catholic Apostolate Center and Provincial Rector of the Immaculate Conception Province of the Society of the Catholic Apostolate (Pallottine Fathers and Brothers). He is a Consultant to the Committee on Evangelization and Catechesis of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and collaborated with the Conference on the development of Living as Missionary Disciples: A Resource for Evangelization. Fr. Frank has an extensive background in young adult ministry, particularly at the collegiate level, and has assisted pastorally at various universities in Maryland and the District of Columbia over the last nineteen years. Currently, he assists the Office of Campus Ministry at The Catholic University of America. Fr. Stephen J. Fichter, Ph.D — 07-09*, 08-23* (Spanish) Father Stephen Fichter served as seminary formator, vice rector, and chief financial officer while living in Europe in the 1990s. Back in the US after his ordination in 2000, he received a Master’s degree in Social Work from Fordham University and a Masters and a Doctorate in Sociology from Rutgers University. As parochial vicar at Saint Gabriel Parish, he founded the FOCUS youth group. In 2008, as pastor of Sacred Heart in Haworth, he founded the VITA youth group. Stephen, a research associate at the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate (CARA) at Georgetown University, has authored two books. His third book covering American Catholic Bishops is due in 2018. Stephen, who has taught Ministry of Leadership at Seton Hall University’s Immaculate Conception Seminary, was also a visiting scholar at Fordham last year. He is also the co-creator of the 3D immersive prayer experience app called PeaceQuest. Douglas Fiore, Ph.D. — 06-02*, 07-02* Dr. Douglas Fiore is the author of eight books for educators, most of which feature communication and problem solving strategies. His graduate textbook, School Community Relations, 4th edition, is the bestselling textbook nationwide in SchoolCommunity Relations courses. His book, Dealing with Difficult Parents, 2nd edition, written with Dr. Todd Whitaker, has been translated into two languages, and is utilized in hundreds of school districts worldwide. Dr. Fiore has worked in K-12 education, higher education, and state government education agencies throughout the past 30 years. He is a 25
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Sal Della Bella, M.A. — 03-07*, 08-07*, 09-10* Sal Della Bella is currently the Director of the Office of Parish Leadership Development and previously served as the Director of Evangelization for the Archdiocese of Louisville. He served on the Board for the National Association for Lay Ministry from 2003 2006. His publications include “Dialogue” for the Initiative Report for the Catholic Common Ground Initiative and a monthly Catholic newspaper column entitled “A View from the Pew”. Throughout his 26 years of ministry experience, Sal has served as an Archdiocesan Director of Faith Formation, Parish Director of Religious Education, Family Life Minister, and Director of the Office of Ministry & Spirituality for the Archdiocese of Louisville. He earned his Master in Arts Degree in the area of Applied Spiritual Theology from Mount St Mary’s University in Los Angeles, CA and his Master Catechist Certification from the Archdiocese of Louisville. He is completing the final phase needed to be awarded a Certificate in Reflective Practice in the area of Pastoral Care from St. Meinrad School of Theology to be used for supervision of pastors, deacons, and lay leaders within the Archdiocese of Louisville.
Speaker Biographies frequent presenter at regional, national, and international conferences. Dr. Fiore is married to Julie Fiore, and they are co-authors of the recently released Partners for Special Needs: How Teachers Can Effectively Collaborate with Parents and Other Advocates. They are proud parents of five adult children. William Frank — 02-08* William Frank works as Artist in Residence at Emil Frei & Associates (a Saint Louis based stained glass ad mosaic studio). His “Christ Hymn” window at Cistercian Preparatory School in Irving, TX received a 2015 IFRAA Religious Art: Visual Art Award. Over the past decade, Frank has collaborated with numerous parish councils to design and execute stained glass and mosaics. His projects range widely in scope, content, and style, but each design begins in conversations with the parish leaders. Beyond the studio, you will find him making dioramas for his wife’s Catechesis of the Good Shepherd atrium, digging in the garden, riding bikes, and chasing chickens with his four children. Carol Frenning — 11-04* Carol Frenning is a liturgical design consultant who works with congregations throughout the country as they build or renovate their worship spaces. Trained as an art historian, her academic work is in the area of American religious architecture. She taught Sacred Architecture at the University of Saint Thomas and lectures at the University of Minnesota College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture. A graduate of the first class of the Institute for Liturgical Consultants at the Catholic Theological Union in Chicago, Carol serves as a founder and president for the Association of Consultants for Liturgical Space. She served as chair of the national advisory board for IFRAA-AIA and on the board of Faith and Form. She was on the national planning board for the Form/Reform conference. She served as the convener for the Visual Arts and the Liturgy Seminar of the North American Academy of Liturgy and past chair of the Society of Architectural Historians Minnesota and past chair of the Art and Environment Committee for the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Jerry Galipeau, D.Min. — 11-PS* Sponsored by World Library Publications Jerry Galipeau is the Executive Director of Mission Integration at St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center in Hartford, Connecticut. Past Vice President and Chief Publishing Officer for the J.S. Paluch Company and its music and liturgy division, World Library Publication, Jerry has presented keynotes and workshops throughout the United States and Canada on the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults, liturgical spirituality, ritual music, evangelization and adult spiritual formation. Past chair of the Board of Directors of the North American Forum on the Catechumenate, Jerry was a frequent team member for Forum’s institutes. A popular parish mission presenter and retreat leader, he earned the Doctor of Ministry with a concentration in liturgical studies from Catholic Theological Union at Chicago in 1999. Jerry’s articles have appeared in Catechumenate, Liturgical Singer, Pastoral Music, Today’s Parish, Rite, and Church magazines, as well as Sourcebook for Sundays and Seasons. Jerry’s books and recordings are published by World Library Publications, including Prayer Services for Parish Life, Apprenticed to Christ: Activities for Practicing the Catholic Way of Life, and his latest book You Have Put on Christ: Cultivating a Baptismal Spirituality. Gene Giuliano, M.A. — 10-01* Sponsored by Neuhoff School of Ministry Gene Giuliano earned a Master of Arts degree in sacred theology from St. Thomas Seminary Graduate School in Denver, Colorado, and has more than 37 years experience in the area of adult faith formation. As an instructor at the University of Dallas School of Ministry for the past 13 years, he has taught scripture classes using The Catholic Biblical School Program, which he co-authored for Paulist Press, and has presented deacon formation classes for the dioceses of Dallas, Texas, Tyler, Texas, and Shreveport, Louisiana. Gene also has given numerous presentations, workshops, retreats, and missions at local parishes and has spoken at a variety of diocesan conferences. He authored the introductions to the twelve Minor Prophets in the St. Mary’s Press College Study Bible and was awarded the Cynthia and David Freeman Professorship of Sacred Scripture in 2011 and again in 2014. James Heck, AIA — 12-07* Jim Heck is the Senior Vice President of Fisher Heck, Inc., Architects of San Antonio, Texas. His firm specializes in religious architecture, historic preservation and master planning. Jim oversees all the firm’s religious architecture. His firm has worked on over 165 church projects of all types, sizes and denominations throughout Texas. Jim has served as a member of the Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art, and Architecture Design Committee in 2013-2014. He was a workshop panelist for the Southwest Liturgical Conference in 2015 and was the presenter for a September 2016 ACLS webinar about the 26
Speaker Biographies restoration of San Fernando Cathedral in San Antonio. Jim has been a member of the Association of Consultants for Liturgical Spaces since 2011. Fisher Heck was honored by the Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art and Architecture with a 2015 Religious Art and Architecture Award for Liturgical/Interior Design for its renovation of St. Monica Catholic Church in Dallas. Br. Silas Henderson — 09-09* Brother Silas Henderson, a member of the Society of the Divine Savior (the Salvatorians), is an author, catechist, and retreat leader. Bro. Silas has published dozens of articles and reflections on spirituality, liturgy, the RCIA, Mary and the saints and his books include “Moving Beyond Doubt,” “Lights for a Waiting World: Celebrating Advent With the Saints,” and “Saint Aloysius Gonzaga: With an Undivided Heart.”
Jodi Hunt, Ph.D. — 08-06*, 09-07* Jodi Hunt has over 10 years experience in teaching catechesis at both the parish and Catholic school levels; she has researched and presented on various modern moral/ ethical issues, with a special interest in cyber bullying, that Catholic Youth and Young Adults are called to respond to as they live out their daily lives. Jodi’s research interests also include exploring how Catholic tradition and theology is still relevant and helpful in discerning the pop/political culture which surrounds us. After completing her BA in Anthropology at Texas A&M, Jodi had the privilege of studying at the Oblate School of Theology where she earned her MA in Theology before moving to NYC to complete a Ph.D. in Religious Education at Fordham University. When not running from her kids and husband who constantly chase her wanting to be fed, Jodi enjoys traveling, reading a good Catholic mom blog, and mindless TV watching every now and then. Marti R. Jewell, D.Min. — 03-07*, 06-06* Sponsored by Neuhoff School of Ministry Dr. Marti R. Jewell is an associate professor at the University of Dallas’ Neuhoff School of Ministry. She was named the University’s 2017 Michael A. Haggar Scholar. Previously she directed the Emerging Models of Pastoral Leadership Project, a nationwide study of excellence in parish leadership. Dr. Jewell has written and spoken extensively on the topic of parishes and pastoral leadership, and holds a Doctor of Ministry degree from the Catholic University of America. Thomas W. Jodziewicz, Ph.D — 07-08* Sponsored by Neuhoff School of Ministry Professor of History, University of Dallas (1978-to present). Providence College (AB); Tufts University (MA); College of William and Mary (PhD). Two monographs and articles on early American history, American Catholic history in such journals as American Philosophical Society Transactions; New England Quarterly; Touchstone: a Journal of Mere Christianity; the Catholic Historical Review; and Renascence: Essays on Values in Literature. Chairman, Department of History, UD, 1991-2009. Book review editor, Catholic Southwest: a Journal of History and Culture, since 1990. President of Texas Catholic Historical Society, 2004-2008; 2012-2014. Jeanne Kamat, Ph.D. — 03-06* Sponsored by Neuhoff School of Ministry A native born New Yorker but now a resident of Dallas, Jeanne received a Bachelor of Science degree from the College of Mount Saint Vincent in the Bronx and then a Master’s Degree in literature from Fordham University specializing in Medieval and American studies. She spent two years on a study grant at Vanderbilt University to do work in comparative literature and in 1997 received an MA in Theology from the University of Dallas. More recently, she completed a doctorate in Theology at the Catholic University of America. Jeanne has taught for several years on the elementary and middle school levels with the Diocese of Dallas, and at Skyline High School. During this time she has been a member of the Dallas Institute and attended the Teacher Institutes of 1996 through 1998. She has traveled to Europe, the Middle East, and India, and has been invited to give papers at the Mater Dei Institute in Dublin and the Friendship University in Moscow. Jeanne is presently an adjunct professor in the Department of Theology at the University of Dallas. 27
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Brett Hoover, Ph.D. — 08-02*, 10-21* (Spanish) Brett C. Hoover, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor of Pastoral Theology at Loyola Marymount University (LMU) in Los Angeles and director of LMU’s graduate program in Theological Studies. Dr. Hoover is the author of THE SHARED PARISH: LATINOS, ANGLOS, AND THE FUTURE OF US CATHOLICISM (NYU Press).
Speaker Biographies Peter Kolar — 09-05*, 11-23* (Spanish) Sponsored by World Library Publications Peter Kolar is the Senior Editor of Hispanic Resources for World Library Publications and J. S. Paluch Company. An accomplished composer and pianist, his works include the bilingual mass setting, “Misa Luna,” and a solo piano CD, “Variations.” Peter holds a Master’s degree in music composition from Northwestern University and sits on the board of directors for the Southwest Liturgical Conference. He resides in El Paso, TX, where he is the Director of the El Paso Diocesan Choir. Dr. Brett Landry — 07-10* Brett J. L. Landry is the Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business dean and professor of cybersecurity. For more than 25 years, he has worked in information security in the public and private sectors. Landry has been instrumental in the college’s AACSB accreditation efforts, the implementation of M.S. in technology programs, and university technology initiatives; additionally, he is responsible for the University of Dallas’ certification as a National Center of Academic Excellence (CAE) in Information Assurance by the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Landry earned his doctorate from Mississippi State University and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and a Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH). Jonathan Lewis — 07-06* Sponsored by Catholic Apostolate Center Jonathan Lewis is the Executive Director of Evangelization, Young Adult Ministry, and Chaplaincies for the Archdiocese of Washington. He is an alumnus of The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC and holds a Masters in Theology from the University of Notre Dame through the ECHO: Faith Formation Leadership Program. Jonathan is originally from the Kansas City area and has served in parish catechetical ministry for 10 years in in the Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas, Diocese of Wilmington, Archdiocese of San Francisco, and Archdiocese of Washington. Daniel Luby, S.T.L., S.T.D. — 03-02* Sponsored by Neuhoff School of Ministry Dan Luby, married to Theresa for over 45 years, is the father of two and grandfather of three. He is a graduate of Catholic schools, from first grade through graduate school, including Bishop Dunne, Notre Dame, the University of Dallas and the University of St. Thomas Aquinas in Rome (the Angelicum), where he received his doctorate in theology. From 1975 to 2007 he served in pastoral ministry in the Diocese of Fort Worth, primarily in adult catechesis and ministerial formation. He was a founding faculty member of the Institute for Religious and Pastoral Studies, the predecessor to the Neuhoff School of Ministry. Since 2007 he’s taught full time the graduate and undergrad programs. He teaches chiefly in the realm of pastoral theology including homiletics and pastoral administration. Elizabeth Madeo — 11-05* Elizabeth graduated from Saint Mary College in Leavenworth, KS with a degree in Pastoral Ministry, followed by a certificate in youth ministry from the Center for Ministry Development and a Masters Degree in Theology from the University of Notre Dame. Since 2002, Elizabeth has had the joy of being the Director of Youth Ministries at Annunciation Parish in Kearney, MO and became an adjunct professor, while continuing to offer many different workshops, training sessions and retreats along the way. Rev. Seán Charles Martin — 06-03*, 12-03* Father Seán Charles Martin, a priest of the Catholic Diocese of Dallas since 1981, is president of Aquinas Institute of Theology in Saint Louis, Missouri. A biblical scholar, he holds a doctorate from the Pontifical Gregorian University (Rome), and specializes in the letters of Saint Paul.
Coleen Kelly Mast, M.S., D.H.L. — 09-01* Sponsored by Saint Benedict Press Dr. Coleen Kelly Mast, author, speaker and radio personality, speaks on family life issues throughout the world and hosts a syndicated call-in radio advice show on more than 500 Catholic Radio Stations via the EWTN Radio network. She is the author of Sex Respect, Love & Life and her new LoveEd, a parent-guided, age-appropriate, gender-specific video/discussion program for parishes that helps parents teach children the science and theology of God’s plan for life, love, sexuality, and purity. 28
Speaker Biographies Tim Matovina, Ph.D. — 07-04*, 10-22* (Spanish) Sponsored by Ave Maria Press Timothy Matovina is a professor and chair for the Department of Theology at the University of Notre Dame. He specializes in US Catholic and US Latino theology and religion. He has written numerous books and articles about US Hispanic Catholic history, theology, ministry, and religious traditions. Matovina’s most recent books include Ministerio hispano: Una introduccion; the award-winning Latino Catholicism: Transformation in America’s Largest Church; and Guadalupe and Her Faithful: Latino Catholics in San Antonio, from Colonial Origins to the Present. Research support for Matovina’s work includes grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the American Academy of Religion, and the Association of Theological Schools. In 2010, Matovina received the Virgilio Elizondo Award from the Academy of Catholic Hispanic Theologians of the United States. He has won two teaching awards at Notre Dame, including the Julian Samora Award. Matovina gives presentations and workshops on US Catholicism and Latino ministry and theology throughout the United States.
Barbara McCrabb, M.Div. & Don McCrabb, D.Min. — 06-04*, 08-03* Sponsored by Catholic Apostolate Center Barbara and Don McCrabb have three adopted sons and are authors of Rise, Take the Child - Reflections on the Vocation of Adoption. They are advisors to the Catholic Apostolate Center. Barbara, a campus minister, is the Assistant Director for Higher Education, Secretariat of Catholic Education, at the USCCB. Don, a pastoral theologian, is the Executive Director of the United States Catholic Mission Association. James McGill, M.A. — 11-03* Sponsored by Neuhoff School of Ministry James McGill has worked in adult faith formation programs at the parish, diocesan and university levels for nearly forty years. He is currently the Peterson Professor of Applied Ministry in the Neuhoff School of Ministry at the University of Dallas.
Michael James Mette — 06-07* Michael James Mette is a Catholic musician and speaker who travels the country with his wife and 7 kids. Over the past 4 years, they have traveled to 44 states, sharing evening concerts that are passionate like a Friday night and reverent like a Sunday morning. Michael shares the gospel in a unique way, combining testimony, technology, faith, and family to break open the gospel message. Before traveling, Michael served in the Air Force, completed his degree in Theology and worked for 10 years in parish ministry. Daniel Mulhall — 11-01* Sponsored by RCL Benziger Daniel S. Mulhall holds an MA in Theology from the Catholic University of America and an MA in Adult Christian Community Development from Regis University in Denver. During his nearly 40 years in catechetical ministry he has worked as a parish catechist for children and adults, taught high school religion, served on the catechetical staff in dioceses and at the USCCB--where he served for 10 years as the Assistant Secretary for Catechesis and Inculturation. He has also worked as a publisher of catechetical materials with RCL Benziger. He speaks nationally on catechetical and family life issues, and writes regularly for the Catholic News Service Faith Alive feature. Dan and his wife, Kathleen, have three young adult children and three grandchildren. He lives in Louisville, KY.
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Robert McCarty, D.Min. — 07-07*, 08-05* Bob is a pastoral ministry consultant and trainer and has been in professional youth ministry since 1973, serving in diocesan, parish, school and community programs. Bob offers workshops and training programs in ministry skills and issues internationally. He also serves as the Chief Operating Officer for the Catholic Mobilizing Network against the death penalty. His recent books include “Thriving in Youth Ministry” and “The Vision of Catholic Youth Ministry: Fundamentals, Theory and Practice” through Saint Mary’s Press and “Tips for Raising Teens: A Primer for Parents” through NFCYM. Bob serves as adjunct faculty at St. John’s University in Collegeville, MN and works with the University of Dallas in their MPM program. Bob is a volunteer in his parish youth ministry program at St. Francis of Assisi Parish in Fulton, MD. His hobbies include rock climbing, cycling, and now - grandparenting!
Speaker Biographies Lyle Novinski — 06-08* Along with being a working artist, Lyle Novinski is a Professor Emeritus of the University of Dallas where he served as chairman of the nationally recognized Haggerty Art Department for forty years. His commission and exhibition record is extensive. At the same time he has established a distinguished career in sacred art and his work is seen in many churches across Texas. In the Dallas area, the windows of St. Rita, renovations of Holy Trinity, Ft. Worth Chancery Chapel, Perkins Chapel, Neuhoff Center Chapel at SMU, Christus Holy Family Chapel, and the Church of the Incarnation of the University of Dallas, to list a few. His most recent project includes furnishings for Holy Cross in Oak Cliff and a life sized bronze figure of St. Martin de Porres. Professor Novinski has conducted a popular European study program, Eternal Cities, traveling to Italy and Greece with students of all ages. Hosffman Ospino, M.A., Ph.D. — 07-04*, 10-22* (Spanish), 11-24* (Spanish) Sponsored by Ave Maria Press and Our Sunday Visitor Hosffman Ospino is an associate professor of theology and education at Boston College’s School of Theology and Ministry. Within the field of theology he specializes in pastoral/practical theology. He earned a doctorate in theology and education and a master’s degree in theology with concentration in Church history, both from Boston College. He did advanced undergraduate studies in philosophy in Colombia, South America. He serves as a consultant for various projects studying topics on cultural diversity, Hispanic Catholicism, theological education, religious education, and evangelization in the Catholic Church in the United States. He has lectured and presented, both in English in Spanish, throughout the United States, Europe and Latin America. He serves on the board of the National Catholic Educational Association and as an officer of the Academy of Catholic Hispanic Theologians of the United States. Camille Pauley — 03-05* Sponsored by Healing the Culture Camille Pauley is co-founder and President of Healing the Culture, a nonprofit organization that evangelizes and converts people to be deeply, authentically, and permanently pro-life. Under Camille’s leadership, Healing the Culture has quickly grown into an internationally recognized organization with a powerful pro-life message, a multitude of nationally acclaimed products and resources, and tremendous influence in the cultural battle over abortion and euthanasia. In over 20 years as a professional pro-life advocate, Camille has inspired politicians, judges, lawyers, medical professionals, and church leaders to defend the sanctity of human life. She has trained tens of thousands of students, teachers, religious educators, business leaders, and pro-life professionals, has co-produced six video series and authored dozens of articles, and has spoken to hundreds of thousands of people across North America and around the world. Fr. Ignatius Peacher — 06-08* Novice Master, Junior Master: Fr. Ignatius Peacher was born in Mexico in 1976, and he was raised in Texas. He entered Our Lady of Dallas in August, 2005 and made his solemn profession on August 15, 2010. He was ordained a priest on March 25, 2011 in the Abbey Church. At the school he has taught religion, art and electives in architecture. Reg Platt — 09-06* Sponsored by Catholic Pro-Life Committee Reg Platt is a passionate, dynamic pro-life speaker focusing primarily on men’s postabortive experiences. Mr. Platt was invited by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops to be a speaker and panelist for the 2016 National Project Rachel Director’s Training Conference in Washington, D.C. He was instrumental in the development and implementation of Project Joseph, a ground-breaking healing retreat specifically designed for post-abortive men, and he continues to serve as a facilitator for the retreats. A sought-after speaker, Mr. Platt has shared the pro-life message at several DFW Metroplex Youth Conferences, Youth For Life Pro-Life Boot Camps, the White Rose Women’s Center, and Redemptoris Mater Seminary. He wrote the preface, “A Man’s Pain from Abortion is Real” for After Abortion: A Prayer Booklet for Men, published by The Word Among Us Press. Lucas Pollice — 12-05* Sponsored by Augustine Institute Lucas Pollice is the Director of Program Development and Associate Professor of Theology and Catechetics for the Augustine Institute in Denver, Colorado. He had previously served as the director of Catechesis for the Diocese of Fort Worth, Texas. Lucas has been involved in full-time parish and diocesan catechetical ministry since 30
Speaker Biographies 1999 and currently directs and presents at catechetical training conferences across the country for parish RCIA and adult faith formation leaders. He is the author of Open Wide the Doors to Christ: Discovering Catholicism, a complete curriculum for RCIA (Emmaus Road Publishing) and has worked in the development and production of Symbolon: The Catholic Faith Explained, Beloved: Finding Happiness in Marriage, and other catechetical series produced by the Augustine Institute. Lucas and his wife, Mary, have six children and live in Highlands Ranch, CO.
Matt Rice, M.Div. — 02-01*, 06-05* Sponsored by Next Level Ministry Matt Rice is the founder and President of Ablaze Ministries. Wanting to raise the standards of youth ministry across all parishes, no matter their income-level, Matt began Ablaze Ministries to hire and train a new generation of youth ministers who work together as they gain real world experience in ministry. Matt has a MDiv in Biblical Studies and has been working in youth ministry for 15 years. Matt, like all members of Ablaze, is a missionary, and is completely supported by donations from his support team. Matt has been married for 15 years and has 5 children, the oldest of which is now participating in an Ablaze ministry. Matt’s personal interests include golf, video games, and cheering for his kids’ sports. Lisa Salas — 09-08* Lisa has a passion for people and finds that in listening, the doors of evangelization open wide. She utilizes her professional background and skill set to strengthen the bonds and communication within ministry. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration specializing in Management, completed a Diocesan Institute for Ecclesial Ministry in the Diocese of Austin, is a co-founder of Next Level Ministry and lives in Round Rock, Texas with her husband and two teenage sons. Fr. Christopher Schroeder, S.J. — 03-01* Sponsored by Montserrat Jesuit Retreat House Fr. Chris Schroeder, S.J., is a retreat director at Montserrat Jesuit Retreat House in Lake Dallas, TX. He holds an M.A. in philosophy, an M.Div., and an S.T.L. He has been a member of the Jesuits for 15 years. During that time he has engaged in a variety of ministries, including teaching at Arrupe Jesuit High School in Denver, prison ministry at San Quentin State Prison in California, writing for TheJesuitPost.org, and pastoral work in Belize and El Salvador. Throughout that time, he has had a passion for retreat giving, spiritual direction, and all forms of spiritual ministry. He has long held a deep conviction that he should bring the same seriousness of study to the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola and to concrete spiritual experience (both his own and that shared with him in spiritual direction) that he happily gave in the classroom to matters of philosophy and theology. Bernice Simmons, M.S., LPC, CCTP — 03-08* Sponsored by Catholic Pro-life Committee Bernice Simmons is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Master’s of Science in Community Counseling. She is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional trained specifically in counseling for trauma, crisis, grief, and loss. She is a certified PREPARE Counselor, a trained FOCCUS Facilitator and Trainer, as well as trained in Active Relationships. Over the course of the past 20 years, Bernice has ministered and worked within the Catholic Church in Adult Faith Formation including positions as an RCIA Director, Family and Adult Ministry Associate Director, Adult Faith Formation Coordinator, as a counselor, as a Pro-Life Speaker with the Catholic Pro-Life Committee, a Confirmation teacher, and a Procurator 31
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Diana Dudoit Raiche, Ph.D. — 10-03* Sponsored by Neuhoff School of Ministry Diana Dudoit Raiche, Ph.D., is currently assistant professor of theology in the School of Ministry at the University of Dallas. Her area of concentration is the intersection between liturgy and catechesis, with a focus on appropriate catechetical methods for catechesis in pastoral situations across the life cycle. Her dissertation focused on liturgy and catechesis in the RCIA. In her capacity as former executive director of the department of religious education at the NCEA, she served as a consultant to the Bishops’ Committee on Evangelization and Catechesis, on the planning team for the Diocesan Educational Catechetical Leadership Institute with USCCB and NCCL, as a founding member of the Partnership on Adolescent Catechesis that developed the National Initiative on Adolescent Catechesis. While at NCEA, she managed religious education assessments for students and adults. Her experiences as a teacher in Catholic schools, director of parish catechetical programs and the catechumenate for adults and children, and as a former chairperson of a diocesan education commission, inform her work as a consultant to numerous dioceses regarding sacramental catechesis, the baptismal catechumenate, and catechetical method.
Speaker Biographies Advocate and Marriage Readiness Assessor for the Diocese Marriage Tribunal. In addition to her Master’s degree training and continuing education as a counselor, Bernice has completed 3 years of the UD School of Ministry Biblical School. Shelley Kolman Smith — 09-11* As a sculptor, Shelley has art in churches all over the US and has learned that most people have no idea of how to hire an artist or what to expect. She has been a professional artist for over 28 years, first working in graphite, then watercolor, to oil and finally to clay. She thoroughly enjoys celebrating the gifts God has blessed her with. As a self taught artist, she has dedicated her life to sharing her talent and knows that it has come to her “By God’s Grace, For God’s Glory”. Shelley was President of the Texas Sculpture Association from 2012 to 2014. She’s a founding member of the NorthEast Texas Fine Art Alliance and is a Board Member of the Terrell Alliance for Education and the Arts. She is also serving as Secretary of the ACLS. She has 3 grown children, a dedicated husband and lives on a small farm in Poetry, TX where she raises chickens, cows, goats and fruit trees. Her studio is steps from her back porch. Clients are encouraged to visit! Her work can be seen on her website: ShelleyKolmanSmith.com. Dcn. Lawrence Sutton, Ph.D. — 10-02* Sponsored by Loyola Press Lawrence R. Sutton, Ph.D. is a Deacon in the Diocese of Pittsburgh and Director of Pre-Theology Formation at St. Vincent College and Seminary. He also works as a Psychologist at the Wesley Spectrum Services in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania and was the former Manager of the Western Region Office of the Bureau of Autism Services in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. He earned his doctoral degree from the University of Pittsburgh in 1980 and has been licensed as a psychologist since 1983. He is the author of “How to Welcome, Include, and Catechize Children with Autism and other Special Needs” and co-author of “Healthy Relationship, a Guide to Adulthood” with Wesley Spectrum Services. Victoria Tanco — 02-06* Victoria Tanco is an active spiritual director and founder of Reditus, a ministry to former Catholics who are considering a return to the faith. She has a Master of Theology from the University of Dallas and is a freelance catechist, teaching in both English and Spanish. She also spent some time teaching moral theology to high school juniors. Feeling a call to the ministry of spiritual accompaniment, Tanco recently earned a Certificate in Spiritual Direction from the Aquinas Institute of Theology in St. Louis. Originally from the Philippines, Tanco has lived in Chile, Brazil, and throughout the U.S. The former actress/model is a wife, mother of three and revert to the Catholic faith. Her mission is to help people get closer to God. Rev. Joseph Tetlow, S.J. — 01-PS* Sponsored by Loyola Press Joseph Tetlow, a Jesuit ordained priest in 1960, has been privileged to listen to Christ’s disciples for decades. His priestly formation included graduate work in philosophy and theology and doctoral work in American religious and intellectual history. He has been professor of theology at St. Louis University, president of the Jesuit Theologate in Berkeley, and assistant for Ignatian spirituality to the Jesuit General in Rome. He led Montserrat Retreat House in Lake Dallas and has been spiritual director for and given retreats to the bishops, priests, and deacons’ couples of several dioceses. He has guided thirty-day retreats and preached the silent Ignatian weekend retreat since 1962. He has published extensively in journals and in books, and is recognized worldwide as an authority on Ignatian spirituality. His guide to Exercises in Daily Life, Choosing Christ in the World (Institute of Jesuits Sources, 1989) continues in use in several languages and the most recent of his books is Always Discerning (Loyola Press). Douglas Tooke — 08-01*, 09-03* Doug Tooke is the Director of Youth Ministry events at the Diocese of Helena, Youth Minister at Ss. Cyril and Methodius Parish and the owner of Monarch Catholic Ministries. With Bachelor of Arts degrees in both Philosophy and Theology and a Masters in Pastoral Ministry he has over twenty years of professional ministry experience. He has traveled to over 75 Diocese in the past 15 years teaching, keynoting conventions, and training youth ministers. He has spoken at World Youth Day, NCYC, NCCYM, Los Angeles RE Congress and continues to serve as a leader in the field. He is the recipient of the National Catholic Youth Ministry Award from the National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministry.
Speaker Biographies Dr. Matthew Vereecke — SB-03* Dr. Matthew Vereecke is the current Superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Diocese of Dallas, a growing school system with approximately 15,000 students across nearly 40 different schools. As Superintendent, he is responsible for the spiritual and academic formation of students within the diocese, and works hard to ensure that every student has the ability to access both college and heaven. Under the direction of Bishop Burns, Dr. Vereecke and his staff have developed new sustainability pilots, connected with national organizations and have elevated the Diocese of Dallas to be a major player in the national conversation on Catholic Schools. Dr. Vereecke graduated from the University of Notre Dame and received his Master of Education from the same. He earned his doctorate at the University of Oklahoma. In his experience within education, he has served as a teacher, principal and president of various schools, but is most passionate about his current work here in Dallas
Brandon Vogt — 06-PS Sponsored by Ave Maria Press Brandon Vogt is an award-winning author and speaker who serves as content director for Bishop Robert Barron’s Word on Fire Catholic Ministries. He’s the bestselling author of “RETURN: How to Draw Your Child Back to the Church” (Numinous Books, 2015) and “Why I am Catholic (and You Should Be Too)” (Ave Maria Press, 2017). Greg Wasinski — 12-01* Sponsored by Let Me Be... Ministries Greg Wasinski is an internationally recognized, full-time, Catholic Christian Inspirational Speaker and Author from Cleveland, OH. He also offers his radio talents as a daily contributor to SiriusXM Radio’s, The Catholic Channel with his “Faith & Real Life Moments.” Greg has quickly become one of the freshest and compelling voices in the church to help others find faith in the real world while once again understanding the beauty of why they believe what they believe. He draws from real life experiences, scriptural reflection and specific “God instances” to creatively illustrate how God is at work in all of us at all times. Greg is married 22 years and has two teenage children. He holds a Certificate in Scriptural Catholic Theology from John Paul the Great University in Escondido, CA. Christopher Wesley — 12-04* Sponsored by Ave Maria Press Christopher Wesley is a youth ministry coach and consultant with Marathon Youth Ministry (christopherwesley.org). He is the former director of student ministry at Church of the Nativity in Timonium, Maryland. He also serves as the president of the unCUFFed Ministries Board of Directors in Baltimore, Maryland. The author of Rebuilding Youth Ministry and the forthcoming Rebuilding Confirmation (February 2017), Wesley writes content for downloadyouthministry.com. Wesley has a bachelor’s degree in communication arts, electronic media, from Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. A native of Mountain Lakes, New Jersey, Chris has lived in Tokyo; Hong Kong; Auckland, New Zealand; Cincinnati; and Baltimore. He and his wife, Katherine, have two sons and live in Pikesville, Maryland. Dr. Joseph D. White — 09-02* Sponsored by Our Sunday Visitor Dr. Joseph White is a clinical psychologist and National Catechetical Consultant for Our Sunday Visitor Publishing and Curriculum. He previously worked as a parish catechetical leader and spent seven years as Director of Family Counseling and Family Life in the Diocese of Austin. Dr. White is the author of ten books and numerous articles on catechesis and ministry, and co-authored the Allelu and Alive in Christ catechetical series.
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Becky Visosky — 08-04* Sponsored by Catholic Pro-Life Committee Becky Visosky serves as Executive Director of the Catholic Pro-Life Committee, the Respect Life Ministry of the Diocese of Dallas. Becky has written, presented and been interviewed by media outlets on current life issues ranging from legislative efforts to women’s health. Before joining the CPLC staff, Becky was a partner with the law firm Carrington Coleman where she practiced as a litigator for ten years, during which she was named a Rising Star in Texas Monthly from 2005-2009. She currently serves on the board of the St. Thomas More Society of Dallas, the Catholic Lawyers Guild. Becky graduated Summa Cum Laude from Louisiana State University with a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature and a minor in Philosophy. She received her Juris Doctorate with honors from the University of Texas School of Law in the year 2000.
Speaker Biographies Fr. Joshua Whitfield — 09-04* Fr. Joshua J. Whitfield is the Pastoral Administrator at St. Rita Catholic Community in Dallas, Texas. A former Episcopal priest, he trained for ministry in England and then at Duke University. In 2009 he became a Catholic and was then ordained a Catholic priest in 2012 under the Pastoral Provision of Pope John Paul II—a special provision allowing married ministers from other denominations to be ordained Catholic priests. He’s married to Alli, and they have four children—Maggie, Peter, Zoe-Catherine, and Bernadette. He writes regularly for The Dallas Morning News, and he is also the author of Pilgrim Holiness: Martyrdom as Descriptive Witness (Cascade, 2009). J. Lee Whittington, Ph.D. — 02-04* J.Lee Whittington, Ph.D. is Professor of Management in the Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business at the University of Dallas. He teaches courses on Leadership and Followership, Organizational Behavior, and Complex Organizations. He is the author of Biblical Perspectives on Leadership and Organizations (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015) Leading the Sustainable Organization (with Tim Galpin and Greg Bell, Routledge, 2012). His new book, Enhancing Employee Engagement: An Evidence-Based Approach (with Simone Meskelis, Enoch Asare, and Sri Beldona) will be published by Palgrave-Macmillan in 2017. His research has been published in The Leadership Quarterly, Journal of Management, Academy of Management Review, and the Journal of Organizational Behavior. His consulting experience includes engagements with Life.Church, Nokia, FedEx-Kinko’s, City of Arlington, City of Southlake, Army Corps of Engineers, and Siemens. Fr. Adam Wilczak — 07-03* Fr. Adam is from Topeka, KS and attended St. Matthew parish and Hayden High School. His undergrad is from Benedictine College, receiving a religious studies degree. After graduation he entered formation in Atchison, KS at St. Benedict’s Abbey. While he loved his time there, he knew that God had other plans for him. He taught high school theology and coached football and track in St. Joseph, MO for a year at Bishop Leblond High School. In the middle of that year he felt the call to the priesthood and entered Mundelein Seminary, near Chicago, the following year in 2009. He was ordained a deacon on May 18, 2013 and a priest on May 24, 2014. He served as associate Pastor at Prince of Peace in Olathe, KS for two years before being assigned to St. John the Baptist and Holy Angels in Garnett and Greeley, KS.
Carta de Bienvenida
Octubre 2017 Queridos Hermanos y Hermanas en Cristo, ¡Es un gran placer para nosotros el darles la bienvenida a la Conferencia para los Ministerios en este su undécimo aniversario! Como Obispo de la Diócesis de Dallas y Presidente de la Universidad de Dallas, estamos agradecidos con ustedes, que se hayan tomado este tiempo, dejando a un lado sus labores cotidianas, su familia y sus compromisos con su ministerio, para formarse como discípulos misioneros durante estos tres días. Este evento promete ser una experiencia de fe y formación, y su participación seguramente afectara su jornada de fe al igual que la de aquellos con quien usted se encuentre. Como se habrán dado cuenta, existen muchos retos en el mundo de hoy. Es nuestra gran esperanza que juntos, podamos ayudar a quienes servimos a comprender mejor su fe y a crecer espiritualmente. Lo cual, les ayudara a encontrar respuestas a las preguntas y a los temas controversiales a los que se enfrentan en la actualidad. ESPAÑOL
Durante su participación en esta conferencia le invitamos a unirse en oración, a visitar la sala de exhibición, a disfrutar el arte litúrgico y la música que se ofrecerán este fin de semana. Oramos que su mente y su corazón se abran al llamado que Dios les hace y que salgan de estas conferencial fortalecidos y vigorizados. Gracias por su presencia, su fiel participación y por su disposición a compartir generosamente lo que aprenda en esta conferencia con su comunidad. ¡Que el Señor, Nuestro Padre Celestial bendiga a cada uno de ustedes; y que el conocimiento, la oración y el compañerismo encontrado en esta conferencia renueve su espíritu y su dedicación al ministerio en la Iglesia! Sinceramente en Cristo,
Su Excia. Revma Edward J. Burns Obispo, Diocesis de Dallas
Thomas W. Keefe, Esq Presidente, University of Dallas
Información General Cajero automático El cajero automático está localizado en el Lobby C, cerca de Kay’s Place. Teléfonos Celulares/Pagers Por respeto a los conferenciantes y otros participantes, favor de apagar sus teléfonos celulares y ‘pagers’ durante las sesiones y liturgias. Créditos de Educación Continúa La Diócesis de pueden darle crédito de educación continua por su asistencia a la Conferencia (DMC). La Directora de Educación Religiosa (PCL) en su parroquia o la/el Directora(o) de su escuela tiene que confirmar que usted asistió a la conferencia y debe de entregar esa información a su respectiva diócesis o escuela. Emergencias Si usted tiene alguna emergencia, favor de contactar al personal de DMC, voluntarios, o al personal más cercano del KBHCCD. Si no encuentra ayuda, favor de llamar al despacho al 214-939-2940. Recuerde que en una emergencia es importante mantener la calma. Tenemos personal de emergencia durante este evento. Evaluaciones Este año estamos pidiendo que todos los participantes completen una evaluación general de toda la conferencia, en la cual también se les pide que evalúen las sesiones individuales que asistieron (van a necesitar el número de la sesión para poder llenar la forma correctamente). Pueden completar la evaluación en papel, el cual se puede encontrar en la página en medio del programa, o pueden completar la evaluación que se encuentra en la página web: www.udallas.edu/ dmc/evaluation, o también puede completar la evaluación en el app. Puede descargar el app en el “App Store”. Además, busque los códigos QR con las direcciones directas a esta evaluación en varias partes del Centro de Convenciones. Estacionamiento El Centro de Convenciones cuenta con su propio estacionamiento, que cuesta $15 por vehículo cada vez que entra. El garaje del Centro de Convenciones tiene tres estacionamientos (C, D, y E) donde pueden acomodar cualquier vehículo. Información Favor de dirigirse al personal del quiosco en la Casilla de Inscripción de DMC localizada en el “Lobby C” para información general o preguntas. Si gusta, usted también puede dirigir cualquier pregunta a algunos de nuestros voluntarios que se encuentran en varias partes del Centro de Convención.
Oficina de Objetos Perdidos La oficina de objetos perdidos se encuentra en la Casilla de Inscripción de DMC localizada en el “Lobby C”. Si encuentra algún objeto mientras asiste esta conferencia, favor de entregarlo en esta localidad. Opciones para comer Los alimentos y bebidas no están incluidas en la cuota de inscripción. En el centro de convenciones existen áreas en donde pueden comprar alimentos, especialmente en el área de comida, cerca de la sala C (Lobby C), y dentro del “Exhibition Hall C”. Gafetes Favor de mantener a la vista en todo momento las etiquetas con sus nombres. Este es su boleto de admisión a las sesiones, eventos musicales y exhibiciones. Si olvida o pierde la etiqueta con su nombre, podemos imprimir una nueva en la Casilla de Inscripción con un valor de $5.00 en efectivo. Agradeceremos que reciclen la cobertura plástica de las etiquetas al finalizar la conferencia. Simplemente colócalas en las cajas designadas al salir del Centro de Convenciones. ¡Gracias! Grabación de Sesiones Este año en DMC, Egami A/V estará grabando algunas de las sesiones y estarán disponibles para la venta en la casilla localizada en el vestíbulo de la sala de exhibición (cerca de Ballroom 4). Opciones de Misa Vespertina Ya que este año no tendremos una Misa Vespertina que usted puede asistir a misa en el sábado, le recomendamos la Catedral de la Virgen de Guadalupe si así lo desea. Hay misa de 5:00pm en inglés y 7:00pm en español.
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Eventos en la DMC CELEBRACIÓN EUCARÍSTICA / MISA UBICACIÓN
FECHA / HORA
10/19 | 11:45-12:45 pm 10/20 | 8:00-9:15 am 10/21 | 8:30-9:15 am
SALA DE EXHIBICIÓN
Acompáñenos al comienzo de la DMC en la Celebración Eucarística. Reúnase con el Obispo Edward J.Burns y sacerdotes de la diócesis, para la celebración de nuestra fe y el envio a compartirla.
FECHA / HORA
10/19 | 2 pm - 6 pm 10/20 | 8 am - 5 pm 10/21 | 8 am - 5 pm
Nuestra sala de exhibición ofrece un recurso católico como en ninguna otra de DFW. Aproveche esta oportunidad para descubrir recursos educativos basados en nuestra Fe. Este es una buena oportunidad para hacer compras para su parroquia, familia y temporada de navidad.
RESOURCE SPOTLIGHTS UBICACIÓN
FECHA / HORA
10/20 | 11 am - 1 pm
EVENTOS MUSICALES UBICACIÓN FECHA / HORA
Varias de las compañías que exhiben con nosotros ofrecen recursos excelentes y a sus organizadores les gustaría hablarle sobre esto. Aquellos que asistan a esa plática recibirán una muestra como regalo. Por favor revise página 10 en el programa para ver el itinerario completo de estas presentaciones.
Durante registro, almuerzo y descanso.
FECHA / HORA
Durante horas de la exposición
Vea página 6 para mayores detalles.
Saint John’s Bible será presentada en la exhibición de arte. La biblia es la primera biblia manuscrita y con ilustraciones de ese tamaño en más de 500 años.
SALA DE MEDITACIÓN UBICACIÓN
FECHA / HORA
Durante las horas de la conferencia
Los invitamos a una sala en que las personas pueden reflexionar, meditar, y rezar en un lugar silento.
DEDICACIÓN DE LIBROS UBICACIÓN
Sala de exhibición
FECHA / HORA
Consulte el programa publicado en el stand
Tendremos varios autores en la sala de exhibición durante el tiempo de descanso para la oportunidad de conocer al autor y comprar una versión firmada de su libro.
HELPING HANDS (Manos Unidas de CRS) UBICACIÓN
Primer piso de Hall C
FECHA / HORA
sábado, octubre 21 11am
Únete a CRS mientras empaquemos 10,000 comidas para enviar a aquellos que sufren de hambre crónica en Burkina Fasoen África Occidental. Disponible para los voluntarios por orden de llegada.
SIRVIENDO JUNTOS EN LA FE (DMC SORTEO) UBICACIÓN
Sala de Exhibición
FECHA / HORA
viernes - 4:15pm sábado - 12:30pm
Vea página 10 para mayores detalles.
Vea página 68 para mayores detalles.
Formas de obtener boletos para el sorteo: 1. Asistir a la Conferencia - todos los asistentes recibirán un boleto para el sorteo al check-in en la Conferencia 2. Compras en la Sala de Exhibición - Los asistentes podrán mostrar recibos en el puesto (905) en la Sala de Exhibición a cambio de más números para el sorteo. 3. Alimentos Enlatados - Caridades Católicas de Dallas estarán recolectando alimentos enlatados en su puesto (104). Tres (3) latas valdrá un boleto de sorteo que se entregará en el puesto cerca de la Universidad de Dallas y Caridades Católicas de Dallas. 37
En el centro de la sala de exhibición
Vea página 8 para mayores detalles.
A lo largo de la historia de la iglesia , teólogos y artistas han tratado de responder a la belleza y la complejidad de la creación de Dios a su manera. Después de escuchar a algunas de las fantásticas sesiones de la conferencia, ven a ver lo que los artistas tienen que decir sin utilizar palabras.
EXPOSICION DE ARTE UBICACIÓN
Vea página 10 para mayores detalles.
Período 01 — 04 CLAVE DE LOS SÍMBOLOS 00-00
Período # - Sesión # Sesión Grabada
Pág. 5-6 Índice de Conferencistas y de Temas Pág. 44 Biografías de los oradores
JUEVES, OCTUBRE 19 Período 01 | 1:15 pm - 2:15 pm Sesiones solamente en inglés.
Período 02 | 2:45 pm - 4:00 pm Sesiones solamente en inglés.
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El tiempo es ahora: prevención de la normalización del suicidio asistido — Aurora Tinajero
Es inevitable. Todos enfrentamos el final de la vida y las decisiones desafiantes que presenta para nosotros mismos y nuestros seres queridos. ¿Qué pasaría si nuestro gobierno comenzará a hacer esas elecciones más difíciles, o peor, más peligrosas? Averigüe qué es lo que está pasando en este momento en nuestro país y en nuestras comunidades, y lo que nuestra Iglesia quiere que hagamos al respecto. Esté preparado cuando sus feligreses, estudiantes y vecinos comiencen a hacer preguntas. Hay que desarrollar las herramientas para hablar y actuar ahora - antes de que sea demasiado tarde. Patrocinado por Catholic Pro-Life Committee
Catequesis evangelizante- un modelo de formación en la confirmación de adultos — Juan Moreno
Estudio de un modelo de formación sacramental para adultos utilizando metodologías sólidas de formación de la fe adulta con énfasis en la evangelización para formar discípulos También en misioneros. el Periodo 11 Patrocinado por RCL Benziger C 155
Período 04 | 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm 04-21 Ballroom 1
04-22 Ballroom 2
¿Qué es la espiritualidad bíblica? — Rev. Rafael M. Ramirez, S.S.D.
Aunque las dos conferencias del P. Rafael M. Ramírez (¿Qué es la espiritualidad bíblica? y Construyendo una espiritualidad bíblica) constituyen temas separados, sin embargo están íntimamente unidos. Por este motivo se sugiere participar en ambas. El concilio Vaticano II nos recuerda que la Iglesia ha siempre venerado la Sagrada Escritura al igual que la Eucaristía. A 50 años del concilio, aún queda mucho por hacer para que la Biblia ocupe el lugar que le corresponde en la vida de los fieles católicos como guía para un auténtico discipulado. Esta conferencia pretende responder a las siguientes preguntas: ¿Qué es la espiritualidad bíblica? ¿Por qué es importante? ¿Puede haber una espiritualidad cristiana que no sea bíblica? Patrocinado por Neuhoff School of Ministry
Abraza tus circunstancias personales — Pía Septién, M.T.S.
Hay circunstancias en nuestras vidas que parecen montañas difíciles de escalar, estas pueden ser enfermedades, personas con las que tenemos que tratar en casa o el trabajo, estados de ánimo, situaciones difíciles, etc. En esta conferencia buscaremos encontrar en Cristo la clave para, no solo superar, sino abrazar esas “cruces” que la vida nos da. Miraremos a Cristo en la cruz como el máximo ejemplo de amor y entrega a pesar de… lo que pase. Patrocinado por Neuhoff School of Ministry
Llamado urgente a la nueva evangelización — Luis Soto
El Papa Francisco nos pide que seamos una “Iglesia en salida”, pero no necesariamente significa salir a las calles. Hay que salir a los espacios digitales, a donde la gente se También en encuentra hoy en día. Al nuevo “areópago”, la tecnología digital. En esta presentación el Periodo 08 escucharemos de la más novedosa iniciativa para la nueva evangelización, en inglés y en español: formed.org Patrocinado por Augustine Institute Ballroom 3
Período 05 — 06 Período 05 | 7:30 pm - 8:45 pm 05-21 Ballroom 1
¿Cómo enriquecer nuestra espiritualidad para el discipulado? — Sr. Yolanda Cruz
Todos hemos recibido el llamado para ser discípulos misioneros en nuestro Bautismo. ¿Cuáles son las implicaciones personales de este llamado? Veremos algunos documentos de la Iglesia y a varios escritores Católicos que nos ayudan a explorar este tema y responder a: ¿cómo y porqué nutrir nuestra espiritualidad? Patrocinado por Neuhoff School of Ministry
Cómo fomentar una cultura de misión y discipulado entre los miembros del ministerio de música — Manuel Bravo y Vicente Lujan
Amor, Sexo y Dios — Evan Lemoine
Los participantes en esta sesión descubrirán y analizarán retos que los ministerios de música enfrentan, desde la carencia de conocimiento musical o la capacitación para el bajo interés musical del ministerio o la carencia en diferentes estilos musicales. Estaremos presentando soluciones modernas para todos esos retos incorporando el Evangelio Vayan, por lo tanto, y hagan discípulos de gente de todas las naciones, Mateo 28 19-20. Practicaremos nuevas formas y técnicas, la oportunidad de contestar preguntas e intercambiar información con los participantes. Al final de la sesión quedará iluminado e inspirado. ¡No Faltes! Una visión panorámica de la sexualidad, por qué fuimos creados varón y mujer, y cómo evitar la versión pirata del amor y la sexualidad y encontrar una manera de vivirla plenamente según el plan original de Dios. Esta conferencia se puede dar con o sin testimonio personal.
VIERNES, OCTUBRE 20 Conferencia Magistral en Inglés | 9:30 am - 10:15 am Se puede encontrar información de esta sesión en página 14.
Período 06 | 10:45 am - 12:00 pm Ballroom 1
06-22 C 144/145 También en inglés en el Periodo 02
06-23 C 148
Construyendo una espiritualidad bíblica — Rev. Rafael M. Ramirez, S.S.D.
Aunque las dos conferencias del P. Rafael M. Ramírez (¿Qué es la espiritualidad bíblica? y Construyendo una espiritualidad bíblica) constituyen temas separados, sin embargo están íntimamente unidos. Por este motivo se sugiere participar en ambas. El concilio Vaticano II nos recuerda que la Iglesia ha siempre venerado la Sagrada Escritura al igual que la Eucaristía. A 50 años del concilio, aún queda mucho por hacer para que la Biblia ocupe el lugar que le corresponde en la vida de los fieles católicos. Esta conferencia ofrecerá consejos y sugerencias prácticas para construir una espiritualidad bíblica que constituya el motor de la misión.
Pastoral Juvenil 101: Lo que los jóvenes realmente desean y porque debemos dárselo. — Joel De Loera
Este taller es ideal para las familias, maestros, catequistas y ministros de jóvenes. Los que hemos estado en la pastoral juvenil o estado cerca de los jóvenes, se confunden a menudo y, a veces no tienen idea de cómo llegar a ellos y hacerlos participar en actividades relacionadas con la Iglesia. En este taller aprenderás lo que los adolescentes realmente quieren encontrar en la iglesia y por qué debemos dárselo. Con esto en mente, la pastoral con la juventud no debe ser tan complicado como a veces nosotros lo hacemos que parezca. También aprenderán algunas herramientas básicas que les ayudará a relacionarse mejor con los jóvenes de su parroquia.
Amor sin Barreras — Evan Lemoine
Estar juntos no es lo mismo que estar unidos. Muchas parejas a lo mejor están el uno al lado del otro, como agua y aceite, pero todavía se sienten atrapadas en la soledad. Si queremos alcanzar la comunión de amor en nuestra vida de pareja o en nuestra vida espiritual, tenemos que superar varias barreras. En esta conferencia hablaremos de los cinco muros principales que no nos permiten alcanzar la comunión de amor, y los medios para superarlos.
Período 07 — 09 Período 07 | 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm 07-PS Hall C
Misericordia en la frontera — Sr. Norma Pimentel
La Hermana Norma Pimentel hablará sobre el llamado universal de recibir a nuestros hermanos y hermanas que son forzados a emigrar de sus países de origen. Un llamado que ha sido dado por Jesús y que ha sido repetido por el Papa Francisco. Es nuestra responsabilidad el asegurarnos que nuestros hermanos y hermanas son tratados con compasión, amor y misericordia. Un recibimiento que los haga sentir bienvenidos y les dé esperanza. La Hermana Norma, abordará este tema compartiendo como el Centro Humanitario en McAllen, TX ha recibido más de 73,000 personas e inspira al mundo a hacer lo mismo.
Período 08 | 2:45 - 4:00 pm 08-21 Ballroom 2
Llamado urgente a la nueva evangelización — Luis Soto
Se puede encontrar la descripción de esta sesión en el Período 04.
También en el Periodo 04
Misioneros desde la parroquia al mundo — Fr. David Garcia
Ser Iglesia es ser misionero/a. En este taller exploramos el llamado del Papa Francisco de no ser indiferentes a las necesidades del otro en el barrio tanto como en el mundo. Patrocinado por Catholic Relief Services
Sacerdotes como discípulos misioneros: estado actual de la investigación sobre el sacerdocio en América — Fr. Stephen J. Fichter, Ph.D
Ballroom 4 También en inglés en el Periodo 07
Investigador Asociado de CARA, Profesor de Seminario, Pastor y Co-autor de “La Misma Llamada, Hombres Diferentes: La Evolución del Sacerdocio desde Vaticano II (Liturgical Press 2012) hablará como el sacerdocio y el ministerio sacerdotal han cambiado en los Estados Unidos en los últimos cincuenta años. Los temas incluidos son los mayores cambios demográficos que han cambiado la cara de la Iglesia Católica desde Vaticano II, el envejecimiento del sacerdocio, el internacionalismo del sacerdocio, y la más breve curva de aprendizaje antes que los sacerdotes recientemente ordenados se hagan pastores. El Padre Stephen también hablará acerca del incremento de satisfacción y el compromiso creciente reportado por sacerdotes, como también sus fuentes de satisfacción ministerial y sus problemas más comúnmente reportados. En la tercera y final sección de su presentación, el padre abordará tales preocupaciones urgentes para la iglesia de hoy como ministerio colaborativo, ministerio multicultural, ministerio multiparroquial y promoción vocacional.
El canto en la misa, fuente de esperanza — Santiago Fernandez
También en el Periodo 10
En esta sesión, Santiago nos hablará del canto en la Misa como oración… como experiencia transformadora de vida en Cristo Jesús, quien es el dador de esperanza y consuelo. Si has experimentado a Dios a través del canto cuando vas a Misa, ¡esta presentación es para ti! Ven listo para aprender y cantar.
Homilética catequética: ¡técnicas de comunicación! — Gerardo Salazar
C 155 También en el Periodo 10
La catequesis es comunicación, muy similar en la manera en que Dios se ha comunicado con la humanidad a través de la Revelación. El arte de comunicar debe ser propio de cada catequista porque ¿cómo hacer llegar el mensaje de salvación y la sana doctrina católica si no es por medio de una eficaz comunicación? Este tema te proveerá de las técnicas adecuadas para hacer una presentación ordenada, sistemática y entendible para la audiencia. La comunicación debe ser clara, precisa y expresiva de tal manera que el mensaje llegue de manera exitosa a cualquier clase de auditorio. Patrocinado por SADLIER
SÁBADO, OCTUBRE 21 Conferencia Magistral | 9:45 am - 11:00 am SP-KEY Hall C
Discipulado misionero: del encuentro a la misión— Obispo Jorge Rodriguez, S.T.D.
El Discipulado Misionero es un tema de gran urgencia y actualidad, dadas las circunstancias por las que atraviesa la Iglesia hoy. El Espíritu Santo está suscitando un nuevo ardor y entusiasmo por la misión. El Pueblo de Dios está redescubriendo su esencia evangelizadora y los hombres y mujeres de nuestro tiempo están sedientos como nunca del agua fresca del Evangelio. El Papa Francisco con su encíclica “El Gozo del Evangelio” nos ofrece inspiración, sugerencias y desafíos para emprender nuestro camino de Discipulado Misionero que va desde el encuentro personal con Jesús Resucitado, pasando por el compromiso del discípulo, a la misión evangelizadora. El Pueblo de Dios que vive en América está llamado a asumir este protagonismo.
Período 10 Período 10 | 11:45 am - 1:00 pm 10-21 Ballroom 1 También en inglés en el Periodo 08
10-22 Ballroom 3 También en inglés en el Periodo 07
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La parroquia multicultural: Discípulos frente a los retos de diferencias de cultura y de poder — Brett Hoover, Ph.D.
Por todo el país muchos católicos de culturas diferentes se encuentran en la situación de compartir su parroquia con otras culturas o otros grupos étnicos. ¿Cómo podemos “convivir” en una manera justa y cristiana en medio de tales parroquias? ¿Cómo podemos proteger la dignidad de cada cultura y cada persona mientras guardar nuestra comunión en Cristo?
El Quinto Encuentro: Raíces históricas y propuesta para la renovación pastoral — Tim Matovina, Ph.D. y Hosffman Ospino, M.A., Ph.D. Desde 1972 los Encuentros Nacionales de Pastoral Hispana han inspirado a un sinnúmero de latinos y a otros católicos a vivir su identidad cristiana como líderes eclesiales. La energía de los Encuentros viene de miles de pequeñas comunidades de fe en parroquias y diócesis, convirtiéndose así en gran fuerza de renovación católica. El proceso de cuatro años del Quinto Encuentro Nacional de Pastoral Hispana/Latina Comenzó en el 2017 y concluirá en el 2020. Habrá una reunión nacional en el 2018 en Forth Worth/Dallas. Ésta es una oportunidad única para la planeación pastoral, la formación de líderes, la consulta y la evangelización, involucrando cerca de 1 millón de católicos. ¡Ven y descubre más sobre este gran momento en nuestra Iglesia! Patrocinado por Ave Maria Press y Our Sunday Visitor
El canto en la misa, fuente de esperanza — Santiago Fernandez Se puede encontrar la descripción de esta sesión en el Período 08.
También en el Periodo 08
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Familias Evangelizadoras y Misioneras — Joel De Loera
Catequesis bilingüe: camino de integración y crecimiento en la fe — Luis J. Medina, M.A.
Homilética catequética: ¡técnicas de comunicación! — Gerardo Salazar
Más allá del texto y de su evidente utilidad, las herramientas catequéticas bilingües han fomentado la integración de la comunidad latina en la vida parroquial, han facilitado la transmisión de la fe en familia y han contribuido a la vivencia de la fe. En esta conferencia analizaremos la influencia de este instrumento catequético-misionero en la educación en la fe y el discipulado parroquial. Patrocinado por Sadlier Se puede encontrar la descripción de esta sesión en el Período 08. Patrocinado por SADLIER
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Familia: Jesús resucitado te llama a dar testimonio — Hno. Ricardo Grzona, frp
La institución más atacada en estos momentos en la sociedad es la familia. Vemos cómo se gestan movimientos externos que pretenden acabar con el plan que Dios nos dejó reservado a la humanidad sobre la familia. La confusión de muchas familias es poder dar hoy un testimonio cristiano frente a sus hijos y darles herramientas para poder abordar las diferentes corrientes que quieren llevar a la familia donde Dios no tiene pensado. Abordaremos algunos problemas actuales, buscando dar respuestas desde la Palabra de Dios y haremos un ejercicio de Lectio Divina para la familia.
Según el Catecismo de la Iglesia Católica, “la familia cristiana es evangelizadora y misionera” (CIC 2205). Pero la realidad es que muchas familias no están viviendo de acuerdo a su llamado. Lo que es peor, ¡es que muchas familias lo desconocen! En este taller los participantes aprenderán acerca de este llamado de cada miembro de la familia a ser discípulo de Cristo y sobre todo, cómo vencer esos obstáculos que nos impiden realizar la tarea que nuestro Señor nos ha encomendado. Este taller es ideal para toda la familia, maestros, catequistas y para cualquier persona que sirva en algún grupo de la parroquia. Animo familia, ¡Con Cristo, todo es posible!
Período 11 — 12 Período 11 | 2:45 pm - 4:00 pm Ballroom 1
El laico como discípulo misionero en el mundo: Cristo, su Evangelio y la Justicia Social — Roberto Navarro
San Juan Diego: Modelo de discípulo misionero — Alejandro Aguilera-Titus
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Te has preguntado alguna vez, ¿Cómo puedes responder al reto del Papa Francisco de ser discípulo misionero y salir a las periferias hacia un encuentro con nuestros hermanos y hermanas pobres y vulnerables? En esta sesión examinaremos cómo podemos rezar, aprender, actuar y dar como un medio de vivir este llamado de ser discípulos misioneros y ayudar a los más necesitados en la Iglesia local y alrededor del mundo. Patrocinado por Catholic Relief Services
San Juan Diego fue el mensajero que Santa María de Guadalupe escogió para llevar su promesa de amor al corazón mismo de la iglesia. ¿Qué mensaje quiere mandar La Guadalupana al corazón de la iglesia hoy? ¿Qué tipo de mensajeros desea enviar? ¿Qué características tienen estos mensajeros? Ven y descubre si tu estas llamado a ser un discípulo misionera al estilo de San Juan Diego. ¿Estás dispuesto a levantar tu voz profética con el mensaje guadalupano de amor, consuelo y liberación en tu comunidad de fe y en la sociedad?
La música en servicio a la liturgia. Los músicos en servicio al pueblo. — Peter Kolar
Una relación saludable entre los músicos y la asamblea es basada en un espíritu de servicio que trae confianza. La visión de nuestra Iglesia es que las celebraciones litúrgicas están llenas de una participación vibrante, pero esto se puede realizar sólo cuando todos cantemos — no sólo el coro. Los músicos tienen que estar atentos, sobre todo, al pueblo reunido, exhibiendo una mentalidad de “primero la asamblea” en todas sus decisiones, desde la selección de cantos hasta cómo se realizan esos arreglos en vivo. Todo esto en el contexto del documento sobre la música Cantemos al Señor, en su décimo aniversario de implementación. Patrocinado por World Library Publications
El Credo: Un encuentro con la fe de la Iglesia. — Hosffman Ospino, M.A., Ph.D.
Todo cristiano católico debe estar dispuesto a hablar de su fe con entusiasmo y con un buen nivel de confianza. A veces nos preguntan qué creemos y por qué creemos, pero es posible que no tengamos el lenguaje o las ideas claras para hablar de ello. Por muchos siglos El Credo ha sido la mejor fórmula de fe que resume la riqueza de lo que somos como cristianos. En este taller exploraremos cómo el Credo nos ofrece una oportunidad única para reencontrarnos con la belleza de ser discípulos cristianos que anuncian su fe a tiempo y a destiempo. Será una invitación a enamorarnos de nuevo de la fe que nos inspira y nos identifica. Este taller es para ti. Patrocinado por Ave Maria Press y Our Sunday Visitor
Catequesis evangelizante- un modelo de formación en la confirmación de adultos — Juan Moreno Se puede encontrar la descripción de esta sesión en el Período 03. Patrocinado por RCL Benziger
Período 12 | 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm Hall C
La Imagen de Santa María de Guadalupe en la Tilma de San Juan Diego — Laura Castillo
La misionariedad del discípulo — Hno. Ricardo Grzona, frp
El tema es la investigación acerca del Acontecimiento Guadalupano desde el punto de vista científico, uniendo razón y fe. Es el mensaje de amor de Santa María de Guadalupe a través de las palabras del Nican mopohua, donde Jesús es el centro de este encuentro; es el análisis del significado protector de la Tilma; es una muestra de los elementos que conforman la maravillosa Imagen de la Santísima Virgen que conservamos el la Basílica del Tepeyac y es un camino que nos lleva de la mano a este encuentro con la madre del verdadero Dios por quien se vive, reflexionando como en este hecho histórico, el pasado se hace presente y el encuentro de 1531 es hoy con cada uno de nosotros. En muchas oportunidades confundimos la evangelización con los contenidos de la fe. La transmisión de la fe pareciera solamente el aprendizaje de libros y conceptos. Sin embargo, está ligada indisolublemente al mensajero, al testigo. Quien acepta a Jesús, no es por teorías, sino por un encuentro con una persona, la de Cristo. Aceptar a Jesús es mucho más que aceptar un mensaje, es aprender a relacionarse con el Señor y seguirlo. Sin embargo, el seguimiento de Jesús implica darlo a conocer. La historia de la Iglesia nos recuerda que los discípulos son misioneros, son testigos. En la conferencia aprenderemos formas de abrir nuestro corazón a poder dar testimonio de nuestra cercanía con Cristo resucitado.
Marketing y publicidad en la catequesis: ¡que atractiva evangelización! — Gerardo Salazar
Jóvenes discípulos misioneros: Viviendo su fe en acción — Carla Ortiz, M.A.
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La catequesis ofrece recursos y materiales que no dejan de ser un contenido que debe ser atractivo para nuestra audiencia. Nuestra publicidad es de alguna manera el reflejo del contenido de nuestros programas. Recordemos que nuestros programas y recursos deben ser atractivos para los padres de familia y los hijos, por tal razón, el mercadeo y la publicidad nos ofrecen ciertas pautas que nos permiten ofrecer nuestro ministerio catequético de una manera gráfica, explícita y muy atractiva para la audiencia. En este taller recibirás los métodos de análisis y estrategias de la publicidad que son aplicables y de beneficio para nuestra catequesis y evangelización parroquial. Patrocinado por SADLIER Si eres un joven o líder de jóvenes que desea construir un mundo mejor, esta charla se enfocara en explorar los temas principales de la doctrina social de la iglesia y cómo estas enseñanzas pueden guiarnos para vivir el llamado que nos ha hecho Papa Francisco a vivir como uno discípulo misionero en la familia, en el grupo de jóvenes, la sociedad, y en el mundo de hoy. Patrocinado por Catholic Relief Services
Vivir y Transmitir una Sexualidad Plena — Evan Lemoine
Esta es una introducción a la Teología del Cuerpo aplicada a la vivencia plena de la comunión de amor en la vocación matrimonial. Es la receta que ofrece Dios para la intimidad conyugal. Y veremos que, al vivir el plan de Dios sobre la sexualidad, no solo creceremos en la felicidad matrimonial, sino que también será más fácil transmitir esta visión a los hijos.
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Omar Aguilar — Maestro de Ceremonias Omar Aguilar es el Director Asociado para Liderazgo Pastoral y Comunitario en la Oficina de Vida, Paz y Justicia de la Arquidiocesis de Los Angeles California. Omar es graduado en Estudios Teologicos y Pastorales de la Escuela de Ministerios en la Universidad de Dallas, tambien a recibido formación por parte de Vida Humana Internacional. A trabajado por mas de diez años promoviendo una cultura de vida y valores familiares, enfocado en la comunidad Latina. A presenatado clases, talleres y seminarios en todos los asunto realcionados con la dignidad humana y la familia. Omar esta casado con Iris Ariana Aguilar y tienen cinco hijos. Alejandro Aguilera-Titus — 11-22* Alejandro Aguilera-Titus tiene treinta años de experiencia ministerial con énfasis en formación y catequesis, pastoral juvenil y familiar y justicia social. Alejandro es un conferencista y escritor reconocido a nivel nacional como teólogo práctico y pastoralista en contextos multiculturales. Tiene una Maestría en Teología de la University of Portland y es candidato al Doctorado en Ministerio en Barry University. Actualmente, Alejandro es el Coordinador nacional del V Encuentro. Además, Alejandro es profesor adjunto en la Universidad de Dallas, Neuhoff School of Ministry. Manuel Bravo — 05-22* Manuel Bravo y Vicente Luján han servido al ministerio de música desde el 2003 en La Iglesia Inmaculada Concepción en Denton, TX. Durante estos años se han presentado en innumerables parroquias y ministerios para servir en la liturgia, retiros, conciertos, conferencias, grupo de jóvenes, Día Mundial Juvenil Diocesano, también llamados a participar en la organización Catholic Underground En Nueva York y Los Ángeles. Trabajan Individual, dúo o como grupo musical Jesus Team A (Jesús Te Ama). La misión de ellos es construir puentes entre diferentes generaciones, lenguajes y culturas, compartiendo historias, cantos; ayudando a entender que si compartimos experiencia encontramos a Cristo vivo en cada uno de nosotros. Laura Castillo — 12-PS* Laura Castillo Basurto estudió la Maestría en Historia del Arte en la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; es investigadora del tema Guadalupano desde hace más de 25 años, una ardua labor que la ha consolidado como conferencista a nivel internacional, se ha especializado en de la Tilma de San Juan Diego con la Imagen de la Virgen de Guadalupe, profundizando en el estudio de los textiles prehispánicos, realizando trabajo de campo para la investigación de las fibras de agave, la técnica de tejido en telar de cintura, la técnica pictórica prehispánica y virreinal y las pinturas de caballete virreinales, copia de la Imagen original de la Santísima Virgen de Guadalupe. Ha impartido más de cincuenta conferencias donde expone sus temas de investigación. Es miembro activo del Instituto Superior de Estudios Guadalupanos de la Insigne y Nacional Basílica de Santa María de Guadalupe en la Ciudad de México. Sr. Yolanda Cruz — 05-21* Patrocinado por Neuhoff School of Ministry Miembro en la Congregación de las Hermanas de Santa María de Namur y de nacionalidad Puertorriqueña. Tiene 30 años de vida religiosa sirviendo en misiones, en el área de Catequesis y en asignaciones diocesanas en diversos estados y países. Recibió una licenciatura en Trabajo Social de la Universidad de Rutgers, una Maestría en estudios Teológicos de la Universidad de Dallas. Actualmente es instructora en Ann and Joe O. Neuhoff School of Ministry de la Universidad de Dallas. Joel De Loera — 02-02* (inglés), 06-22*, 10-24* Después de muchas dificultades durante su infancia, Joel terminó con las malas amistades y viviendo una vida promiscua que lo llevaría a alejarse de su familia, de la Iglesia y de Dios durante casi 10 años. Gracias a las oraciones y la persistencia de su madre, Joel tuvo un encuentro personal con Jesús en un retiro que cambiaría su vida. Ahí descubrió su identidad en Cristo y su misión de llevar el evangelio a otras personas. Joel tiene una Maestría en Teología Pastoral, una Licenciatura en Teología, y un Certificado en Ministerio Pastoral y en Adicciones. Ha viajado en los EE.UU. y en el extranjero 44
Conferenciantes compartiendo su poderoso testimonio. Joel es director de retiros, músico y compositor. Él es el Director Juvenil en la Antigua Catedral de San José en OKC, OK, el Presidente de Familias Para Cristo y el Director Musical de la Renovación Carismática en inglés. Joel considera su familia su ministerio más importante. Esta felizmente casado con Nora y tienen 5 hijos preciosos. Santiago Fernandez — 08-24, 10-23 Santiago Fernández se ha desempeñado como músico pastoralista por los últimos 30 años en varias parroquias y ministerios, y es actualmente director de ministerios musicales en la parroquia de La Sagrada Familia en Novi, Michigan. Él obtuvo su licenciatura en música en Wayne State University en Detroit y su certificación en ministerio litúrgico y ministerio pastoral en la Arquidiócesis de Detroit de acuerdo a la Comisión de Certificación y Acreditación de la USCCB (Conferencia Episcopal Norteamericana). Santiago es conferencista y presentador de talleres en eventos y congresos a nivel nacional en el área de música litúrgica hispana. Fr. David Garcia — 08-22* Patrocinado por Catholic Relief Services El Padre David García es sacerdote de la Arquidiócesis de San Antonio desde 1975. Es Senior Advisor for Clergy Outreach de Catholic Relief Services, la agencia oficial de la Iglesia de los EUA para el desarrollo e asistencia de los países en desarrollo. También sirve como Director de las Antiguas Misiones Españolas en San Antonio e Administrador de la Misión Concepción. Ha servido en cuatro parroquias, incluso la Catedral de San Fernando desde 1995 - 2008, secretario del Arzobispo Patricio Flores, rector del Seminario de la Asunción y Promotor de Vocaciones. Estudio en Notre Dame University, Harvard, University of London, Instituto Teológico en la Ciudad de México, y St Mary’s University en San Antonio.
Brett Hoover, Ph.D. — 08-02* (inglés), 10-21* El Doctor Brett C. Hoover es profesor asistente de la pastoral en la Universidad de Loyola y Marymount en Los Angeles, California. Es autor del libro LA PARROQUIA COMPARTIDA: HISPANOS, ANGLOS, Y EL FUTURO DE CATOLICISMO EN ESTADOS UNIDOS (NYU Press). Trabajaba en el ministerio hispano por muchos años en Nueva York y California. Peter Kolar — 09-05* (inglés), 11-23* Patrocinado por World Library Publications Peter Kolar es Editor Principal de Música y Recursos Hispanos en la casa editorial World Library Publications. Como compositor y pianista, sus obras incluyen la misa bilingüe, “Misa Luna” y un álbum de piano clásico, “Variaciones”. Peter tiene sus grados en composición musical de la Universidad Northwestern y es miembro de la mesa directiva de la Conferencia Litúrgica del Suroeste. Vive en El Paso, Texas, donde es el director del Coro Diocesano de El Paso. Evan Lemoine — 05-23*, 06-23*, 12-24* Evan Lemoine es Licenciado en Bellas Artes por Louisiana State University (USA) con especialidad en Psicología, es Maestro en Humanidades por la Universidad Anáhuac de México y graduado de la Maestría en Ciencias de la Familia por el Instituto Juan Pablo II. Es graduado del Theology of the Body Institute de Philadelphia (USA) donde se ha especializado en la Teología del Cuerpo, Amor y Responsabilidad, Filosofía y Pensamiento de Juan Pablo II. Es co-fundador del Instituto Amar al Máximo y es conferencista internacional reconocido sobre la Teología del Cuerpo, sexualidad, noviazgo y matrimonio.
Hno. Ricardo Grzona, frp — 10-27*, 12-21* Es Presidente de la Fundación Ramón Pané, que toma el nombre del primer evangelizador llegado a América en el segundo viaje de Colón (1494). Está dedicado a ofrecer Retiros Espirituales, talleres y conferencias especialmente desde la Espiritualidad Bíblica de la Lectio Divina. Dirige la Serie CRISTONAUTAS de EWTN y varios programas de Radio y TV encaminados a conocer las Sagradas Escrituras. Fue secretario de los Departamentos de Catequesis y Educación del CELAM (19901995), y también Rector de la Universidad Champagnat en Argentina (1994-1995). Es un misionero que recorre las Américas capacitando a agentes de Pastoral de las diversas Diócesis.
Conferenciantes Vicente Lujan — 05-22* Manuel Bravo y Vicente Luján han servido al ministerio de música desde el 2003 en La Iglesia Inmaculada Concepción en Denton, TX. Durante estos años se han presentado en innumerables parroquias y ministerios para servir en la liturgia, retiros, conciertos, conferencias, grupo de jóvenes, Día Mundial Juvenil Diocesano, también llamados a participar en la organización Catholic Underground En Nueva York y Los Ángeles. Trabajan Individual, dúo o como grupo musical Jesus Team A (Jesús Te Ama). La misión de ellos es construir puentes entre diferentes generaciones, lenguajes y culturas, compartiendo historias, cantos; ayudando a entender que si compartimos experiencia encontramos a Cristo vivo en cada uno de nosotros. Tim Matovina, Ph.D. — 07-04* (inglés), 10-22* Patrocinado por Ave Maria Press Timoteo Matovina es profesor y director ejecutivo de teología en la Universidad de Notre Dame. Se especializa en el estudio de la teología norteamericana y de las prácticas religiosas y producción teológica Latina en los Estados Unidos. Es autor de numerosos libros y artículos sobre la historia, la teología, el ministerio, y las tradiciones religiosas de los hispanos católicos. Su libro más reciente en español es Ministerio Hispano: Una introducción (Ave Maria Press). Luis J. Medina, M.A. — 10-25* Patrocinado por SADLIER Luis J. Medina es Director de catequesis bilingüe de Sadlier. Su experiencia combina 15 años en editoriales, diócesis, parroquias y escuelas católicas. Obtuvo la maestría en economía y gobierno en la Universidad Anáhuac de la Ciudad de México. Es licenciado en filosofía por la Pontificia Universidad Gregoriana en Roma, Italia. En esa misma ciudad obtuvo el diploma de especialización en Santo Tomás de Aquino en la Pontificia Universidad Angelicum y estudió teología en el Pontificio Ateneo Regina Apostolorum. Además, ha sido directivo en varias empresas de prestigio. Juan Moreno — 03-22*, 11-25* Patrocinado por RCL Benziger Juan Carlos Moreno ha sido director asociado en la Oficina de Evangelización y Catequesis durante los últimos 4 años. En consulta con sacerdotes, líderes catequéticos y catequistas dirigió el proyecto que dio como resultado un proceso de formación renovado para los adultos que se preparan para el Sacramento de la Confirmación en la Arquidiócesis de Galveston-Houston. Roberto Navarro — 11-21* Patrocinado por Catholic Relief Services Roberto tiene más de veinticinco años sirviendo en diferentes capacidades en la iglesia Católica y desde el 2013 empezó su servicio con Catholic Relief Services como director de la región suroeste. Roberto tiene una Maestría en Teología y una Maestría en Ministerio Pastoral de la Universidad de St. Mary en San Antonio, TX. y es candidato a un Doctorado en Ministerio con especialización en Formación Espiritual para Adultos de la Universidad Católica de América en Washington, DC. Su estilo preferido de liderazgo es uno de colaboración en el ministerio compartido. Le gusta mucho la lectura y está convencido que la formación constante como ministro laico es de suma importancia. Carla Ortiz, M.A. — 12-23 Patrocinado por Catholic Relief Services Carla Ortiz tiene una licenciatura en Artes en Inglés/Comunicaciones y una maestría en Relaciones Internacionales con un énfasis en resolución de conflicto internacional de la Universidad de St. Mary’s, San Antonio, TX. Antes de trabajar para CRS Suroeste, Carla trabajó en el campo de la planificación de eventos especiales/de recaudación de fondos. Carla sirvió como Directora de Comunicaciones y Desarrollo para Merced Housing Texas y ha trabajado como reportera para varios medios de publicación. Como Gerente de Relaciones para CRS Suroeste, Carla es responsable de educar e informar a católicos y otros sobre temas globales a través de talleres, entrenamientos, etc., y provee oportunidades para la participación activa de las diócesis en varios programas de CRS.
Conferenciantes Hosffman Ospino, M.A., Ph.D. — 07-04* (inglés), 10-22*, 11-24* Patrocinado por Ave Maria Press y Our Sunday Visitor El Dr. Hosffman Ospino es profesor de teología pastoral y educación religiosa en la Universidad Jesuita Boston College, donde también es director de programas de postgrado en ministerio hispano. Su trabajo académico y pastoral le ha llevado a dar conferencias en Norteamérica, Latinoamérica y Europa. La investigación del Dr. Ospino se enfoca en el diálogo entre fe y cultura. Fue él investigador principal del estudio nacional de parroquias católicas con ministerios hispanos (2011-2014). Su libro más reciente es “Interculturalismo y catequesis: Guía del catequista para responder a la diversidad cultural”. Actualmente se encuentra trabajando en un libro sobre parroquias multiculturales. Sr. Norma Pimentel — 07-PS* Norma Pimentel es una hermana de las Misioneras de Jesús. Como Directora Ejecutiva de Caridades Católicas del Valle del Río Grande en el sur de Texas, ayudó a organizar rápidamente los recursos de la comunidad para responder a la oleada de centroamericanos que buscaban asilo en los Estados Unidos. Ella estableció el Centro de Refugio Humanitario en la Iglesia del Sagrado Corazón en McAllen, Texas. Estos esfuerzos captaron la atención a nivel global, atrayendo a los medios de comunicación de todo el mundo al Valle del Río Grande para cubrir la difícil situación de los innumerables y angustiados refugiados, tanto individuos como familias, convenciendo a miles de personas, de este y otros países, de aportar su tiempo, talentos y tesoros para servir y apoyar la causa. Un momento muy especial fue capturado por satélite en septiembre del 2015, y transmitido a la Iglesia Católica del Sagrado Corazón, en el cual el Papa Francisco reconoció a la hermana Norma por su trabajo con los inmigrantes y le pidió que se presentará para poder verla. Le dio las gracias por su humildad y sus esfuerzos y la animó a continuar.
Obispo Jorge Rodriguez, S.T.D. — SP-KEY* Doctor en Sagrada Teología por la Pontificia Universidad Gregoriana en Roma. Decano de Teología del Pontificio AteneoRegina Apostolorum en Roma (1994-1997). Ha enseñado teología en la Pontificia Universidad Lateranense, en el Pontificio Instituto Regina Mundi y en el Instituto Superior de Estudios Religiosos de la Pontificia Universidad Gregoriana en Roma. Fue Vicario parroquial en la parroquia Stella Maris de la Diócesis de Roma, y en la parroquia de Santa Teresa, en Denver. Del 2007 al 2014 fue Vicerrector del Seminario Teológico San Juan María Vianney en Denver. Del 2014 al 2017 fue párroco de la parroquia de Holy Cross en Thornton, CO. Fue ordenado Obispo Auxiliar para la Archidiócesis de Denver en noviembre del 2016. Actualmente es Vicario General de la Arquidiócesis y Vicario para el Clero. Gerardo Salazar — 08-25*, 10-26*, 12-22* Patrocinado por SADLIER México-americano, originario de Los Ángeles California y San Luis Potosí México. Casado por 13 años con Nancy con quien tiene 7 hijos. Hijo de padres campesinos migrantes. Su madre lo consagró a San Gerardo cuyo nombre significa “espada de Dios” y a la Virgen del Carmen. Tiene una Licenciatura en Periodismo y Comunicaciones, una Maestría en Teología y Ministerio y actualmente está cursando su Doctorado en Ministerio Hispano. Es el Director Asociado para la formación de catequistas y líderes catequéticos hispanos en la Arquidiócesis de Galveston-Houston en Texas y consultor nacional para Sadlier. Su proceso de conversión comenzó en mayo del 2007 a los pies del Santuario Nacional de Nuestra Señora de las Nieves en Belleville Illinois.
Rev. Rafael M. Ramirez, S.S.D. — 04-21*, 06-21* Patrocinado por Neuhoff School of Ministry El P. Rafael M. Ramírez es originario de Arandas, Jalisco, México. Fue ordenado el 25 de Noviembre de 1994 en la ciudad de México. Recibió su formación en México, España e Italia. Estudió filosofía en la Pontificia Universidad Gregoriana y Teología en el Pontificio Ateneo Regina Apostolorum y Sagradas Escrituras en el Pontificio Instituto Bíblico, donde obtuvo su doctorado en 2008. Realizó también estudios de especialización en la Universidad Hebrea de Jerusalén. Ha enseñado y ejercido su ministerio sacerdotal en México, España, Italia, Suiza y USA. Actualmente es miembro de la facultad de “The School of Ministry de la Universidad de Dallas”. El P. Ramírez ha recibido el premio “Cynthia and David Freeman Professor of Sacred Scripture”.
Conferenciantes Pía Septién, M.T.S. — 04-22* Patrocinado por Neuhoff School of Ministry Pía Septién obtuvo su licenciatura en Administración de Empresas por la Universidad Anáhuac en la Ciudad de México, maestría en Estudios Teológicos y Certificación en Administración Pastoral por la Universidad de Dallas. Ha dado clases desde el año 2006 hasta el presente en la Universidad de Dallas en la Escuela Bíblica Católica, en la formación diaconal de la Diócesis de Dallas, Fort Worth y Tyler y en el Certificado en Teología Pastoral. También ha dado clases en línea de Introducción al Antiguo Testamento para la Universidad de Dayton. Es co-autora de una serie de libros de texto de educación religiosa para los grados 7 al 9 y autora de los libros “Mujeres del Antiguo Testamento” y “Mujeres del Nuevo Testamento” “El Evangelio de Mateo y Marcos” y “Lucas, Juan y Hechos” de Libros Liguori. Luis Soto — 04-23*, 08-21* Patrocinado por Augustine Institute Luis Soto es Director de Implementación Parroquial y Ministerio Hispano del “Augustine Institute” en Denver, particularmente para la plataforma formed.org. Antes de unirse al equipo del AI, Luis fue Director de Desarrollo del Ministerio para el “Catholic Leadership Institute.” Sin embargo, fue como miembro del equipo fundador y Director Ejecutivo del Ministerio Hispano y Centro San Juan Diego de la Arquidiócesis de Denver, que Luis se convirtió en uno de los líderes católicos hispanos más influyentes en la Iglesia norteamericana. Luis tiene una Licenciatura en Filosofía y una maestría en Teología. Originario de Sonora, México, Luis identifica como una de sus grandes pasiones en apoyar el crecimiento de la fe de los hispanos al tiempo que se integran a la sociedad norteamericana manteniendo su riquísima herencia cultural hispana. Luis desarrolló la iniciativa Una Familia Bajo un Mismo Dios, la cual es un modelo de unidad e integración para parroquias que enfrentan diversidad cultural y el reto de la unidad. En reconocimiento a sus contribuciones a la Iglesia y la Sociedad, Su Santidad el Papa Benedicto XVI entregó a Luis la medalla Benemerenti, uno de los reconocimientos más destacados que se ofrecen a laicos católicos en el mundo. Luis y su esposa Maira, viven en Denver Colorado con sus tres hijos Daniel, Diego y Sarah. Aurora Tinajero — 03-21* Patrocinado por Catholic Pro-Life Committee Aurora comenzó a colaborar con el Comité Católico Pro-Vida en 1993. Ha servido como Directora del Ministerio Pastoral Hispano durante 15 años. Durante 5 años, escribió una columna en el Texas Catholic, y por 1 año en el Dallas Morning News. Además, ha sido invitada a hablar en la reunión de Directores de Ministerio de la USCCB, en Colombia, España y en la mayoría de las parroquias de la diócesis de Dallas. Ha sido anfitriona del programa “Celebrando la Vida” en la Radio Guadalupe durante los últimos 7 años. Es parroquiana en la Iglesia de la Inmaculada Concepción en Grand Prairie, Texas.
Thư Chào Mừng
Tháng 9 năm 2017 Anh chị em thân mến trong Chúa Kitô, Thật là một niềm vui lớn lao cho chúng tôi được chào đón anh chị em đến với Hội Nghị Mục Vụ Dallas năm 2017. Là Giám Mục của Giáo Phận Dallas và Viện Trưởng của trường Đại Học Dallas, chúng tôi rất biết ơn anh chị em đã dành thời giờ từ những công việc thường ngày, gia đình, và các công tác mục vụ của anh chị em để tham dự ba ngày Đồng Hành Trong Đức Tin với chúng tôi. Hội nghị này hứa hẹn sẽ là một kinh nghiệm tràn đầy đức tin và hữu ích, và sự tham gia của anh chị em chắc chắn sẽ ảnh hưởng đến hành trình đức tin của chính anh chị em cũng như của những người anh chị em gặp gỡ. Như các anh chị em đã biết rõ, thế giới chúng ta hôm nay phải đương đầu với nhiều khó khăn thử thách. Với niềm hy vọng lớn lao trong tinh thần tập thể hợp quần, chúng ta có thể giúp đỡ các anh chị em mà chúng ta đang phục vụ được thấu hiểu thêm nhiều về đức tin và phát triển dồi dào phần tâm linh của họ. Cũng từ đó, sẽ giúp họ trả lời được những vấn đề và câu hỏi khúc mắc trong cuộc sống. Trong khi tham dự những tiết học, chúng tôi mời gọi anh chị em đến với nhau trong lời cầu nguyện, tham quan triển lãm, và thưởng thức các tác phẩm nghệ thuật phụng vụ và âm nhạc vào cuối tuần này, chúng tôi cầu nguyện rằng anh chị em sẽ mở lòng và mở trí để đón nhận ơn gọi của Chúa trong cuộc đời mình và mong rằng anh chị em sẽ rời hội nghị này với đầy năng lực và sự trẻ trung. Xin cảm ơn sự hiện diện, sự tham dự nồng nhiệt, và tinh thần sẵn sàng chia sẻ quảng đại của anh chị em về những gì mà anh chị em học hỏi tại hội nghị này với các cộng đồng Công Giáo nơi anh chị em sinh sống. Nguyện xin Thiên Chúa là Cha trên trời ban phúc lành cho mỗi anh chị em, và ước mong rằng những kiến thức, lời cầu nguyện và tình thân hữu tại hội nghị này sẽ đổi mới tinh thần và công việc mục vụ của anh chị em trong Giáo Hội! VIỆT
Trân trọng trong Chúa Kitô,
Most Reverend Edward J. Burns Giám mục, Giáo Phận Dallas
Thomas W. Keefe, Esq Viện trưởng, Đại Học Dallas
Thông Tin cho Sách Chương Trình ATM Có một máy ATM nằm ở sảnh C, gần Kay’s Place. Điện Thoại Di Động/Máy Nhắn Tin Pager Để tôn trọng các diễn giả và những thính giả khác, xin tắt điện thoại di động và máy nhắn tin của quý vị trong các phiên họp và các buổi lễ. Tín Dụng Giáo Dục Thường Xuyên Giáo phận Dallas có thể ban hành tín dụng giáo dục thường xuyên cho việc tham dự Hội Nghị Mục Vụ (DMC). PLC tại giáo xứ hoặc hiệu trưởng trường học của quý vị có thể xác nhận quý vị đã tham dự phiên họp và sẽ thay mặt quý vị gửi thông tin này tới giáo phận. Nếu có câu hỏi, xin liên hệ với giáo xứ hoặc trường học. Trường Hợp Khẩn Cấp Nếu quý vị có trường hợp khẩn cấp, hãy liên hệ với nhân viên DMC, tình nguyện viên hoặc nhân viên trung tâm KBHCC gần nhất. Nếu quý vị không thể tìm thấy sự trợ giúp, xin gọi văn phòng điều phối theo số 214-939-2940. Lưu ý, trong trường hợp khẩn cấp, cần giữ bình tĩnh. Chúng tôi có nhân viên cấp cứu y tế (EMT) tại chỗ cho trường hợp này. Đánh Giá Chúng tôi yêu cầu tất cả những người tham dự hoàn tất một đánh giá chung về hội nghị, quý vị sẽ được yêu cầu đánh giá các phiên họp mà quý vị đã tham dự (quý vị cần mã số phiên họp đó để điền vào các mẫu). Quý vị có thể hoàn tất bản giấy, có thể tìm thấy ở giữa cuốn sách chương trình này và chỉ cần bỏ những mẫu giấy của quý vị vào trong các hộp khi quý vị rời khỏi trung tâm hội nghị. Quý vị cũng có thể hoàn tất việc đánh giá trực tuyến tại www.udallas.edu/udmc/evaluation, hoặc quý vị có thể hoàn tất việc đánh giá trên ứng dụng của chúng tôi. Quý vị có thể tải ứng dụng đó từ App store. Xin tìm ứng dụng của chúng tôi với mã số QR, với các liên kết trực tiếp tới đánh giá này trong khắp trung tâm KBHCC. Thông Tin Xin gặp nhân viên thông tin tại Quầy Thông Tin DMC đặt tại Sảnh Lobby A để biết thông tin chung hoặc nếu có thắc mắc. Quý vị cũng có thể yêu cầu các tình nguyện viên có mặt trong trung tâm mặc áo đồng phục nâu sẫm với dấu hiệu “Ask Me” giúp đỡ. Thất Lạc Vật Dụng DMC không chịu trách nhiệm với việc làm mất hoặc bị mất cắp những vật dụng tại hội nghị. Tuy nhiên, nếu quý vị mất vật dụng nào đó tại hội nghị, trước tiên hãy đến Quầy Thông Tin hoặc Quầy Đăng Ký DMC. Chúng tôi sẽ để những vật dụng bị thất lạc mà người khác tìm thấy tại đây. Nếu chúng tôi không có vật dụng của quý vị, chúng tôi sẽ giới thiệu quý vị tới Trung Tâm Hội Nghị Kay Bailey Hutchison Dallas, nơi cũng có riêng bộ phận tìm kiếm vật dụng thất lạc. Xin chuẩn bị mô tả vật dụng bị thất lạc và thẻ ID nếu cần thiết. Nếu quý vị nhận ra rằng quý vị mất vật dụng của mình sau hội nghị, hãy liên lạc với chúng tôi và chúng tôi sẽ vui lòng kiểm tra các vật dụng tìm thấy cho quý vị. 50
Ăn Uống Trung Tâm Hội Nghị Kay Bailey Hutchison Dallas có công ty dịch vụ thực phẩm riêng của mình sẽ cung cấp các lựa chọn ăn uống cho hội nghị 2015. Ăn uống sẽ bao gồm đồ ăn nóng và đồ ăn nhanh, như xa lát, bánh xăng uýt và các món cuộn. Sẽ có vài quầy được bố trí trong khắp cơ sở để thuận tiện cho việc đi lại. Thẻ Tên Xin đeo thẻ tên trong thời gian quý vị trong hội nghị. Đây là vé của quý vị để tham dự tất cả các phiên họp, biểu diễn âm nhạc và Phòng Trưng Bày. Nếu quý vị để quên hoặc làm mất thẻ tên, chúng tôi sẽ in một chiếc mới tại Quầy Đăng Ký Tại Chỗ (Box Office) với phí tiền mặt 5$. Chúng tôi rất biết ơn nếu quý vị hoàn trả lại dây đeo thẻ tên sau hội nghị này. Chỉ cần đặt dây đeo thẻ vào các hộp để sẵn khi quý vị rời trung tâm hội nghị. Xin cám ơn! Đỗ Xe Bãi đỗ xe của KBHCC dành cho xe con, xe tải và xe moóc đỗ xe dễ dàng tại trung tâm hội nghị. Gara và ba bãi đỗ xe lộ thiên (lô A, D và E) của KBHCC có thể chuwad bất kỳ loại xe nào; tuy nhiên, không được đỗ xe qua đêm hoặc sử dụng các tiện ích cho cắm trại hoặc các xe gia đình RV. Phí đỗ xe 15$ một lần (không tính vào ra). Ghi âm ghi hình các phiên họp Egami A/V sẽ ghi lại hầu hết các phiên họp để truyền cho những người tham dự từ xa. Quý vị có thể mua lại băng ghi hình của các phiên họp tại các bàn đặt tại hành lang của Tầng có phòng trưng bày Exhibit Hall. Tìm hiểu thêm trên trang 9. Các Tùy Chọn Lễ Vọng Bởi UDMC sẽ không tổ chức Lễ Vọng Tối Thứ Bảy năm nay, chúng tôi đề xuất nhà thờ Đức mẹ Guadalupe (Cathedral Shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe) cho những người muốn làm lễ Vọng vào cuối hội nghị. Buổi lễ được tổ chức vào các khung giờ sau: 5:00 chiếu làm Lễ bằng tiếng Anh và 7:00 tối làm Lễ bằng tiếng Tây Ban Nha.
Những Tiết Học bằng Tiếng Việt và Thông Tin của Nhà Diễn Giả Period 09 | 9:45 am - 11:00 am 09-51 Lưu truyền đức tin trong gia đình: vài suy niệm về Tông Huấn Niềm vui của Tình yêu và C 140
sứ vụ tông đồ trong gia đình Việt nam. — Fr. John Lan Tran Sponsored by Montserrat Jesuit Retreat Center
Mục đích bài thuyết trình là giúp các phụ huynh Việt-mỹ (phụ huynh người Việt đang sống tại Mỹ) suy nghĩ làm thế nào để lưu truyền đức tin cho con cái, làm thế nào để sống đức tin trong gia đình. Đây là một vấn đề lớn trong các gia đình người Việt. Bài nói chuyện này sẽ tập trung vào ba lãnh vực: 1) Gia đình là nền tạng đời sống tông đồ, 2) Tông huấn Amoris Laeticia và đời sống tông đồ; và 3) Gia đình Việt-mỹ và đời sống tông đồ.
Period 10 | 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm Đời Sống Phục Vụ — Minh Tran 10-51 Chúng ta được gọi làm đệ tử của Thiên Chúa, sống một cuộc sống phục vụ mỗi ngày. Lời gọi của C 140
Thiên Chúa luôn luôn ở đó, chúng ta không có thể chống lại nó, chúng ta không có thể thay đổi nó. Điều duy nhất chúng ta có thể làm là chấp nhận nó hoặc từ chối nó. Nhưng mỗi phản ứng sẽ có một hậu quả khác nhau. Trong cuộc hội thảo này, chúng ta sẽ tìm hiểu những điều chúng ta phải làm để làm đẹp lòng ngài.
Period 11 | 2:45 pm - 4:00 pm Nghĩa Bóng trong Thánh Kinh và Niềm Vui Tin Mừng — Sr. Châu Nguyễn, O.P., Ph.D. 11-51 Muốn là “Môn đệ truyền gíao,” trước tiên phải là “môn đệ,” mà là mộn đệ chính là đã gặp gỡ thân C 140
mật với Đức Giêsu Kitô và ở lại với Người. Vì Kinh Thánh là một trong những nguồn chính yếu để gặp được Đức Kitô, chúng ta sẽ cùng nhau tìm hiểu cách thức đọc và chú giải Kinh Thánh theo Gíao Hội dạy và lượng gía về các phương pháp phê bình lịch sử (historical-critical method). Nhờ đó, các bạn tham gia khóa học hỏi này sẽ được trang bị để đọc, hiểu, và yêu mến Lời Chúa cách khoa học và thâm sâu hơn, hầu mạnh dạn ra đi như môn đệ truyền gíao đích thực, đem niềm vui Tin Mừng đến với mọi người.
Period 12 | 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm 12-51 Hãy trở nên người Thiên Chúa ao ước nơi bạn, thì bạn sẽ làm cho thế giới bừng cháy — Sr. Bernadette Nguyễn Hoài Hương, O.P.
Tất cả chúng ta đều được gọi trở nên môn đệ truyền gíao do bí tích Thánh tẩy. Hội thảo này sẽ trình bày và giúp các tham dự viên xác định, thông hiểu, và áp dùng một số phương pháp giáo lý sáng tạo (vd. cầu nguyện, trò chơi, activities, giờ chia sẻ) để empower học sinh can đảm trở nên vị truyền giáo và môn đệ đích thực “ra đi” loan báo Tin Mừng ngay trong môi trường sống hằng ngày..
Sr. Bernadette Nguyễn Hoài Hương, O.P. — 12-51*
Sơ Hoài Hương được sinh ra và lớn lên ở thành phố Houston, Texas. Sơ thuộc Hội Dòng Nữ ĐaMinh Thánh Tâm – Tỉnh dòng Đức Maria Vô Nhiễm, Hoa kỳ và đã khấn dòng được 22 năm. Sơ có bằng Cao học ngành Giáo dục (Master of Education), với nhiều năm kinh nghiệm dạy học tại các trường Công Giáo cũng như dạy giáo lý tại các giáo xứ. Đồng thời, Sơ đã từng thuyết trình tại các Đại Hội Giáo lý Việt Nam. Hiện nay, ngoài vai trò School Administrator và Instructional Specialist tại trường St. Cecilia Catholic School, Sơ Hoài Hương còn là Thư ký Tỉnh dòng của các nữ tu Đa Minh tại Houston.
Fr. John Lan Tran— 09-51* Sponsored by Montserrat Jesuit Retreat Center
Sr. Châu Nguyễn, O.P., Ph.D. — 11-51*
Sr. Việt Châu là nữ tu dòng ĐaMinh, Tỉnh dòng Đức Maria Vô Nhiễm tại Hoa Kỳ. Sơ mới tốt nghiệp tiến sĩ Thần học hệ thống tại trường Đại Học Công Gíao Hoa Kỳ (The Catholic University of America) ở HoaThịnh-Đốn. Nay Sơ là gíao sư trường Đại Học Thánh Tôma (University of St. Thomas) tại Houston.
Minh Tran — 10-51*
Ông Trần Thanh Minh hiện đang dậy tại đại học Phoenix Online. Ông là một giáo dân thuộc giáo xứ St. Elizabeth Ann Seton tại thành phố Plano trong điạ phận Dallas.
Linh mục Gioan Trần Hùng Lân, Dòng Tên, sinh tại Bảo lộc, Lâm Đồng, năm 1969. Năm 1983, cha Lân sang tị nạn tại Kansas city, Missouri. Cha tốt nghiệp đại học nắm 1991. Năm 1997, cha gia nhập Dòng Tên, thuộc Tỉnh Dòng Missouri. Trong thời gian huấn luyện, cha đã tốt nghiệp Cao học về Triết Học Xã hội (Đại Học Loyola tại Chicago, 2003), Cao học về Thần học (Đại học Boston College, 2008), và Thạc sĩ Thần học Kinh Thánh (Licenciate, tức là bằng dạy đại chủng viện, Boston College, 2009). Sau khi lãnh nhận tác vụ linh mục năm 2008, từ năm 2009-2012, Cha Lân đã dạy học và làm Trưởng phòng Mục vụ tại trường trung học St. Louis University High School. Từ năm 2014-2016, cha đã dạy học và làm Trưởng phòng Sứ vụ tại trường Cao đẳng St. John (St. John’s Junior College, thuộc nước Belize, Trung mỹ); từ tháng 11 năm 2016 cho tới nay, cha được chuyển về để giảng tĩnh tâm tại Trung tâm tĩnh tâm Montserrat, Lake Dallas, TX. Ngoài ra cha còn là tuyên úy cho Nhóm Đồng Hành tại Mỹ.
The Gospel joy which enlivens the community of disciples is a missionary joy. —POPE FRANCIS
VISIT Catholic Relief Services at booth #211 LISTEN to CRS President/CEO Sean Callahan give the keynote address.
Saturday, October 21st 1:00 to 2:15 pm
LEARN about CRS ministry
resources at CRS Resource Spotlight.
Friday, October 20th 12:20 to 12:45 pm
Visit: crs.org Catholic Relief Services is the offcial international humanitarian agency of the Catholic community. Photo by Oscar Lieva/Silverlight for CRS
La alegría del Evangelio que IIena la vida de la comunidad de los discípulos es una alegría misionera. —PAPA FRANCISCO
VISITE el stand de Catholic Relief Services #211
ESCUCHE el discurso del Presidente/CEO de CRS
Sean Callahan, sábado, octubre 21, 1:00 to 2:15 pm (en ingles)
CONOZCA a nuestros presentadores:
Padre David Garcia, viernes, octubre 20, 2:45 to 4:00 pm; Roberto Navarro, sábado, octubre 21, 2:45 to 4:00 pm Carla Ortiz, sábado, octubre 21, 4:30 to 5:45 pm EXHIBITORS
Visite: crsespanol.org Catholic Relief Services es la agencia internacional humanitaria oficial de la comunidad Católica.
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Visit us at the Augustine Institute booths #221 and #320 or call (800) 777-7502
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Exhibitor Index For the descriptions of the exhibiting organizations, please visit our website: udallas.edu/dmc/dmc2017/exhibitors
As We Forgive Those
Association of Consultants for Liturgical Space
Ave Maria Press
Bethlehem Handy Craft
Birth Choice & Save More Resale Store
Catholic Apostolate Center
Catholic Charities Dallas
Catholic Diocese of Dallas
Catholic Pro-Life Committee
Catholic Relief Services
catholicar.com and wreathedinroses.com
Christian Olive Art
Compass Catholic Ministries
Couples for Christ Foundation for Family and Life
Dallas Chapter of ACTS Missions
Daughters of St. Paul/The Paulinas
DEIRDRE MAHER STUDIO
Divine Word Missionaries
Explore Your Faith
Faith Factory Tshirts
Fiat Catholic Store
Exhibitor Index COMPANY NAME
Fundacion Ramon Pane
Gifts of Faith
Glorious Jerusalem Products
Greg Wasinski "Let Me Be..." Ministries
Guadalupe Radio Network
Healing the Culture
Immaculate Heart Radio
In My Shoes
Libreria JC Enterprise
Little Books of the Diocese of Saginaw
Mary Mother of God Mission Society
Michael James Mette
Midwest Theological Forum
Montserrat Jesuit Retreat House
My Saint My Hero
National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA)
Nazareth Retreat Center
New Holland Church Furniture
Next Level Ministry
North Texas Catholic Men's Conference
Our Sunday Visitor
305/307 309/404 406/408
Paul Fortney Books
Religious Medals OMG
Ruah Woods Press
Prayer Pillowcases RCL Benziger
Exhibitor Index COMPANY NAME
Saint Benedict Press
Saint John's School of Theology
Saint Mary's Press
Shadowbox Inspirations by Dilania
Sharing Your Faith Story Ministry
Shelley Kolman Smith
Sisters of Our Lady of Sorrows
Society of St. Vincent de Paul of North Texas
Society of the Divine Savior
The Teaching Creche
The Word Among Us
Theology of the Body Evangelization Team (TOBET)
University of Dallas
URPI LATINAMERICAN ART
World Library Publications
Youth 2000 USA
Exhibitor Categories Apparel/Gifts/Jewelry
Academy Uniforms......................................... 224 Angels Illuminati............................................ 427 Apple ABC..................................................... 212 Bethlehem Handy Craft.................................. 100 Blessbuy Enterprise......................................... 422 CatholiCar...................................................... 110 Christian Olive Art.......................................... 202 Faith Factory Tshirts........................................ 126 Fiat Catholic Store.......................................... 512 Fundacion Ramon Pane.......................... 421/523 Gifts of Faith........................................... 225/227 Glorious Jerusalem Products.................... 423/425 Kis Jewelry..................................................... 403 Mary Mother of God Mission Society............... 223 My Saint My Hero................................... 118/120 Prayer Pillowcases.......................................... 220 Religious Medals OMG................................... 301 Swole.Catholic............................................... 124 URPI LATINAMERICAN ART.......................... 530 Xtomorfosis................................................... 426
Association of Consultants f or Liturgical Space......................................... 327 DEIRDRE MAHER STUDIO............................ 325 New Holland Church Furniture....................... 528 Shadowbox Inspirations by Dilania.................. 323 Shelley Kolman Smith..................................... 203
Catholic Services & Programs
Birth Choice & Save More Resale Store........... 537 Catholic Relief Services............................ 211/310 Compass Catholic Ministries........................... 518 Dallas Chapter of ACTS Missions.................... 503 EWTN............................................................ 413 FOCCUS, Inc................................................. 324 Greg Wasinski - “Let Me Be...” Ministries........ 107 Guadalupe Radio Network....................... 409/411 Immaculate Heart Radio................................ 533 In My Shoes................................................... 535 Labouré Society.............................................. 200 Montserrat Jesuit Retreat House..................... 517 Nazareth Retreat Center................................. 521 North Texas Catholic Men’s Conference.......... 505 Our Sunday Visitor.................................. 305/307 .............................................................. 309/404 .............................................................. 406/408 Sharing Your Faith Story Ministry..................... 525 Subiaco Academy.......................................... 515 The Pines....................................................... 218 Unbound....................................................... 222 USAMADRID BOOKS..................................... 101 Youth 2000 USA............................................ 228
Augustine Institute................................... 221/320 Catholic Brain................................................ 429 Cristo Rey....................................................... 519 Healing the Culture........................................ 208 Loyola Press........................................... 119/ 121 National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA)........................................ 123 RCL Benziger.......................................... 321/420 Ruah Woods Press.......................................... 205 Saint Benedict Press....................................... 326 Saint Mary’s Press.......................................... 122 The Teaching Creche...................................... 201 Theology of the Body Evangelization Team (TOBET)......................... 210 University of Dallas......................................... 318 Willwoods Community.................................... 128
Katy Crawford................................................ 502 Michael James Mette...................................... 105
Ablaze .......................................................... 204 Catholic Apostolate Center............................. 106 Cruise Planners.............................................. 130 Edward Jones................................................. 127 Explore Your Faith.......................................... 129 Next Level Ministry......................................... 206 Sign-Express................................................... 431 Thrivent Financial.................................... 303/305 Vered Tours.................................................... 407
As We Forgive Those...................................... 103 Ave Maria Press....................................... 311/410 Daughters of St. Paul/The Paulinas................. 113 Herald Entertainment..................................... 400 Libreria JC Enterprise............................... 207/209 Little Books of the Diocese of Saginaw............ 108 Liturgical Press........................................ 329/428 Magnificat..................................................... 230 Midwest Theological Forum............................ 131 Paul Fortney Books......................................... 132 Pflaum Publishing.................................... 401/500 Sadlier.................................................... 300/302 Saint John’s School of Theology...................... 328 The Word Among Us...................................... 308 World Library Publications............................... 102
Divine Word Missionaries................................ 229 Maryknoll....................................................... 501 Sisters of Our Lady of Sorrows........................ 524 Society of the Divine Savior............................. 112
Cornerstone Media......................................... 405 FACTS/Renweb.............................................. 419
Exhibit Hall Hours | Horario de la Exposición Thursday | jueves
2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Friday | viernes
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday | sábado
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Catholic Charities Dallas................................. 104 Catholic Diocese of Dallas ............................. 319 Catholic Pro-Life Committee.................... 304/306 Couples for Christ Foundation for Family and Life.......................................... 511 Society of St. Vincent de Paul of North Texas... 529
Serving Together in Faith (DMC Giveaway) Win prizes from our exhibitors Location: Exhibit Hall (Booths 104 and 905) Date/Time: Friday at 4:15pm & Saturday at 12:30pm
Ways to get Raffle Tickets: 1. Attend the conference - all attendees will receive a raffle ticket upon checking in at the conference (check your name badge holder). 2. Shopping in the Exhibit Hall - attendees will be allowed to show receipts at a ticket booth (Booth 905) in the exhibit hall in exchange for more raffle tickets. 3. Canned Food Drive - Catholic Charities of Dallas will be collecting canned foods at their booth (104). Three (3) cans will be worth one raffle ticket to be turned in at the ticket booth (905). 68
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GROUND LEVEL (1st Floor | 1er piso)
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