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DIOCESE OF S P R I N G F I E L D I N I L L I N O I S DIOCESAN ADULT E N R I C H M E N T C O N F E R E N C E NOV E M B E R 4 - 5 , 2 0 1 2 DEC ATUR CONF E R E N C E C E N T E R & H OT E L DEC AT U R , I L L I N O I S


L i v i n g F a i t h F u l l y, Sharing Faith Freely “Intent on gathering the signs of the times in the present of history, faith commits every one of us to become a living sign of the presence of the Risen Lord in the world. What the world is in particular need of today is the credible witness of people enlightened in mind and heart by the word of the Lord, and capable of opening the hearts and minds of many to the desire for God and for true life, life without end.” – Pope Benedict XVI, Porta Fidei (no. 15)

TABLE OF CONTENTS WELCOME GENERAL INFORMATION SUNDAY MORNING PRAYER SUNDAY SCHEDULE MONDAY MORNING PRAYER MONDAY SCHEDULE FLOOR MAP FOR SESSIONS EXHIBIT HALL MAP EXHIBITORS CONGRATULATIONS CONFERENCE ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS RECOGNITION OF GIFTS SPONSORED ADS EVALUATION TEACHER EVALUATION EVIDENCE OF COMPLETION NOTES COVER ART RUNNERS UP SCHEDULE

3 4 5-9 10-17 18-22 23-28 29 30 31-35 36 37 38 39-48 49-50 51-52 53-54 55-58 59 Back Cover

About the cover: In September 2011 the Office for Catechesis sponsored a contest for PSR and Catholic school students in grades 5-12 in the Diocese of Springfield in Illinois and invited them to create a piece of artwork inspired by the 2012 DAEC theme, Living Faith Fully, Sharing Faith Freely. Fifty-one students around the diocese participated. The drawing selected to represent our DAEC theme was by Anna Sophia Keller of Sacred Heart in Effingham. Runner up drawings are also featured on page 59.

The Diocesan Adult Enrichment Conference is made possible in part by the Annual Catholic Services Appeal.


W E L C O M E

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P L E A S E V I S I T O U R E X H I B I TO R S

Living Faith Fully, Sharing Faith Freely

G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N

NAME BADGES: Entrance to all DAEC events is by name badge only; these were issued at the time of registration. Please wear your name badge. Please return the plastic name badge holders in the appropriate boxes found outside the main conference ballroom or at the registration desk. EXHIBITS: Various publishers, audio-visual producers, bookstores, and organizations have displays located in Fountain Hall. You are encouraged to visit this area often. A directory of exhibitors is on pages 31-35. SMOKING: The Decatur Conference Center and Hotel is a smoke free facility. CELL PHONES: Please remember to turn the ringer off on your cell phone during the keynotes, morning prayer and break-out sessions, liturgy, performance and closing address. Thank you. CONFERENCE CENTER: Messages, lost and found articles, and personal assistance may be received at the DAEC Registration Desk located at the corner between The Sports Zone and J.R.’s. LITURGIES: On Sunday morning at 9:45 a.m. and on Monday morning at 8:45 a.m. there is Morning Prayer. On Sunday evening at 4:45 p.m. there will be a Celebration of the Eucharist in Holiday Hall. EVENING CONCERT: Sharing Our Song! Living Our Joy! On Sunday evening from 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. join Australian singer/songwriter John Burland as we celebrate our Catholic Faith through the gifts of music and story. Experience a vibrant inter-generational celebration featuring the children’s choirs of Decatur’s Catholic elementary schools. Come ready to raise your voice in song as we journey in faith! CLOSING ADDRESS: Bishop Thomas John Paprocki closes the conference with “Speaking of the Devil: Overcoming the Evil One’s Obstacles to Living Faith Fully, Sharing Faith Freely” on Monday afternoon from 3:45 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in Holiday Hall. FOOD: Donuts, coffee and tea are provided on both Sunday and Monday mornings in the exhibition space, Fountain Hall. Lunch options will be availble for purchase throughout the DCCH (see schedule for times). Sunday dinner (by prepurchased tickets only) will be available in the Kirkland Room at 6:30 p.m. EVALUATION: An evaluation for the DAEC is found on pages 49-50. Your comments and opinions are important for the conference organizers when planning for the conference in 2014, especially suggestions for topics and speakers. PLEASE complete the evaluation form on pages 49-50 and deposit them in the appropriate box located at the registration desk.

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CPDU CREDIT: Evaluation and evidence of completion forms for teacher recertification are located on pages 51-54 in this program. Follow the directions on the forms.


MORNING PRAYER — SUNDAY ORACIÓN DE LA MAÑANA — DOMINGO PROCESSIONAL / PROCESIONAL “Caritas Christi Urget Nos” (instrumental)

STAND.�/�DE�PIE.�

� INVITATORY / INVITATORIO

� HYMN / HIMNO “O God of Matchless Glory” (Ruth Duck)

S U N D AY M O R N I N G P R AY E R

All�make�the�sign�of�the�cross�on�their�lips.�/�Toda�marca�el�signo�de�la�cruz�en�los�labios.�

Text and music: Ruth Duck. © 1992, GIA Publications, Inc., Chicago. All rights reserved. Reprinted with permission, OneLicense.net #A-704918.

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PSALMODY / SALMODIA

SIT.�/�SENTADOS.�

S U N D AY M O R N I N G P R AY E R

� Psalm 139: “O God, You Search Me” (Bernadette Farrell)

Cantor: ALL: Cantor: ALL: ALL:

Text and music: © 1992, Bernadette Farrell. Published by OCP Publications, Portland, OR. All rights reserved. Reprinted with permission, LicenSingOnline.org no. 601230.

� SILENCE / SILENCIO � PSALM-PRAYER / ORACIÓN DESPUÉS DEL SALMO�

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SIT.�/�SENTADOS.� � CANTICLE / CÁNTICO “Canticle of Daniel” (John Angotti)

� SILENCE / SILENCIO � Psalm 146: “El Señor” (Donna Peña)

Verses�(sung�by�Cantor)� �

1)�The�Lord�keeps�faith�forever.�The�Lord�secures�justice�for�the�oppressed,�� Gives�bread�to�the�hungry;�The�Lord�sets�captives�free.� � 2)�The�Lord�opens�the�eyes�of�the�blind.�The�Lord�raises�up�all�those�bowed�down.�� The�Lord�loves�the�just,�the�Lord�watches�over�the�pilgrim.� � 3)�The�Lord�sustains�the�orphan�and�the�widow.�And�thwarts�the�path�of�the�wicked.�� The�Lord�reigns�forever,�Your�God,�from�age�to�age.� Text: Salmo 146, Leccionario España; English transl. (adapted), © 1963, 1986, The Grail, GIA Publications Inc., Chicago, agent. Music: Donna Peña. © 1988, GIA Publications, Inc., Chicago.. All rights reserved. Text and music reprinted with permission, OneLicense.net #A-704918.

S U N D AY M O R N I N G P R AY E R

Text: based on Daniel 3:52-90. Text and music: John Angotti. © 2002, World Library Publications, Schiller Park, IL. All rights reserved. Reprinted with permission, license no. 510649.

� SILENCE / SILENCIO � PSALM-PRAYER / ORACIÓN DESPUÉS DEL SALMO�

STAND.�/�DE�PIE.

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� READING / LECTURA - Philippians 2:1-11

SIT.�/�SENTADOS.�

� SILENCE / SILENCIO

S U N D AY M O R N I N G P R AY E R

� HOMILY / HOMILÍA � CANTICLE OF ZECHARIAH / CÁNTICO DE ZACARÍAS “Canticle of Zechariah” (Carl P. Daw, Jr. and Steven R. Janco)

STAND.�/�DE�PIE.�

Text: Carl P. Daw, Jr., © 1989, Hope Publishing Co., Carol Stream, IL. Text reprinted with permission, OneLicense.net #A-704918. Music: Steven R. Janco, © 1994, World Library Publications, Schiller Park, IL. All rights reserved. Reprinted with permission, license no. 510649.

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� INTERCESSIONS / LAS INTERCESSIONES “Oración de los Fieles” (Peter M. Kolar)

� LORD’S PRAYER / ORACIÓN DEL SEÑOR — chant in English � CONCLUDING PRAYER / ORACIÓN CONCLUSIVA � BLESSING / BENDICIÓN � SIGN OF PEACE / SALUDO DE PAZ (instrumental music as Bishop exits)

S U N D AY M O R N I N G P R AY E R

Text and Music: Peter Kolar. © 2001, World Library Publications, Schiller Park, IL. All rights reserved. Reprinted with permission, license no. 510649.

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S u n d a y Ke y n o t e A d d r e s s 1 0 : 3 0 a . m .

Ver y Reverend Rober t Barron S U N D AY - K E Y N O T E - S E S S I O N 1

H o l i d ay H a l l Proclaiming Christ to a Secular Culture - John Paul ll said the

New Evangelization is new in ardor, new in expression, and new in method. This talk will discuss this indispensable work of the Church.  Location

SUNDAY, SESSION 1 - 12:45 PM - 1:45 PM

Kirkland East

Good Question, Good Question Some of these questions you will hear often; others are rarely asked, but in either case, as a religion teacher in a Catholic school, a youth minister, a catechist, sponsor or parent, you should be prepared to answer all of them. With references to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, documents of the Magisterium, and Sacred Scripture, you will be helped in formulating your own responses, responses you are comfortable with when asked these questions by your students. 1 CPDU

Rick Barnhart

Sales Representative for RCL Benziger and Catechist of St. Clare of Assisi Church St. Louis, Missouri Sponsored by RCL Benziger

Kirkland West

Growing in Faith Through the Power of Song From an early age children experience the joy of song. Song builds a rich foundation for learning. As religious educators, how can we use the power of song to enrich our children’s journey in faith? This workshop will demonstrate how song and movement can be incorporated into religious education as effective teaching and learning tools. A variety of catechetical themes will be addressed during this session. These songs and activities are suitable for children at the elementary level. 1 CPDU

John Burland

Educator and Composer Project Officer - Liturgy/Music for the Catholic Education Office Sydney, Australia Sponsored by Our Sunday Visitor

Mueller Room

Unchaining Confirmation Given everything we now know about adolescent spirituality, catechesis and youth ministry, how might we enhance Confirmation’s potential to be a more formative experience – without changing the age or length of our programs? 1 CPDU HS*

Dr. Mike Coratta

Author and Religious Educator Elkhorn, Nebraska Sponsored by Our Sunday Visitor

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*HS indicates this session, although open for all, is recommended for high school teachers, catechists and administrators.


Location Gold

SUNDAY, SESSION 1 - 12:45 PM - 1:45 PM Living and Sharing Faith: Parish Evangelization Basics What is Catholic evangelization and how can my parish get started? This session is designed for parish staff and volunteer who would like to make their parish more welcoming and inviting.

Vicki Compton

Director, Office for the Missions Diocese of Springfield in Illinois Living the Sacrament of Marriage, Growing in Love & Faith Together This presentation will focus on the marriage relationship and skills to enhance it, as well as the lived experience of the theology of marriage. 1 CPDU HS*

Donna Dausman

Member of the Bishops’ Committee for the USCCB Secretariat for Laity, Marriage, Family Life and Youth Decatur, Illinois

PPG East

Teaching Teens to Pray in a Digital World Teenagers have never been more plugged in than they are today. TVs, DVD players, video games, computers, iPads, cell phones, smart phones, eReaders, iPods…the list goes on and on. What effect do these devices have on a young person’s prayer life? We will explore prayer and technology from the perspective of the Catechism and Scripture. 1 CPDU HS*

S U N D AY -

DMH Room

Jared Dees

Caterpillar Room

You Can’t Spell Technology without Theology As online evangelization and catechesis grows, so does our mission to use new media in concert with the Church’s teachings on social communications. This talk explores the central mission of the new evangelization, and the spiritual and moral foundations for new media communications relationships. 1 CPDU HS*

Pat Gohn

Writer, Columnist, Speaker, Catechist Andover, Massachusetts

MLK Ballroom

SESSION 1

Digital Publishing Specialist, Ave Maria Press Notre Dame, Indiana Sponsored by Ave Maria Press

A Well-Built Faith: A Catholic’s Guide to Knowing and Sharing What We Believe Learn a 4-step approach to summarizing everything there is to know about Catholicism. 1 CPDU

Joe Paprocki, DMin

National Consultant for Faith Formation, Loyola Press Chicago, Illinois Sponsored by Loyola Press

*HS indicates this session, although open for all, is recommended for high school teachers, catechists and administrators.

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Location Abe Lincoln

SUNDAY, SESSION 1 - 12:45 PM - 1:45 PM Do We Serve in Order to Worship, or Worship in Order to Serve? How liturgy and mission relate.

(MLK Upper)

Rev. R. Michael Schaab

S U N D AY

- SESSIONS 1 & 2

Pastor St. Pius X Catholic Church Rock Island, Illinois

Platinum

Becoming an Evangelizing People Workshop participants will be immersed in the Church’s vision of evangelization and how this helps create parishes that are passionate about sharing their faith with others.

Jim Schellman

Executive Director of The North American Forum on the Catechumenate Washington, DC

Location DMH Room

SUNDAY, SESSION 2 - 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Music’s Power to Evangelize Join John Angotti in an uplifting exploration of the fundamental ministry of the baptized Catholic: Evangelization. Weaving together the Church’s teaching on evangelization, powerful music, and personal stories, John will help root all our ministries in the tremendous power and potential that we were given at the moment of our baptism into Christ. 1 CPDU

John Angotti

Full Time Musician Memphis,Tennessee Sponsored by World Library Publications

Kirkland East

The Role of the Religion Teacher/Catechist in Forming Disciples of Christ Using humor and storytelling, incorporating the Catechism of the Catholic Church, and focusing on the six tasks of catechesis and the definitive aim of catechesis, Rick will speak of the critical importance of parents in the catechetical efforts of your school and parish, of making our faith “real” for the children you teach, as well as their parents, and the importance of telling the stories of our faith to the children. 1 CPDU

Rick Barnhart

Sales Representative for RCL Benziger and Catechist of St. Clare of Assisi Church St. Louis, Missouri Sponsored by RCL Benziger

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*HS indicates this session, although open for all, is recommended for high school teachers, catechists and administrators.


Location

SUNDAY, SESSION 2 - 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Kirkland West

How Your Life Story Can Change Someone Else’s Using Personal Stories for Conversion and Catechesis Do you want to make a difference in the lives of your students? Then integrate stories about your own life experiences into your lessons! Personal stories are a powerful way to touch hearts and change lives. It’s also one of the hardest things to do. This workshop will teach you how to use personal stories in your catechesis, what format to use, and how to figure out what stories to tell by asking yourself five simple questions. 1 CPDU

Marc Cardaronella

Director of Religious Education, Holy Cross Church Champaign, Illinois Challenges to the Sacrament of Marriage Today This presentation will address the Church’s teaching on marriage as between one man and one woman and the challenges to the teaching today, as well as the challenge to Catholics to defend marriage. 1 CPDU HS*

Donna Dausman

Member of the Bishops’ Committee for the USCCB Secretariat for Laity, Marriage, Family Life and Youth Decatur, Illinois

PPG East

Jared Dees

Digital Publishing Specialist, Ave Maria Press Notre Dame, Indiana Sponsored by Ave Maria Press

Gold

Faith Formation with VLCFF Learn about the diocese’s partnership with the Virtual Learning Community for Faith Formation. 1 CPDU HS*

Richard Drabik, MA

Assistant Director of the Institute for Pastoral Initiatives University of Dayton Dayton, Ohio Sponsored by Institute for Pastoral Initiatives University of Dayton

Caterpillar Room

SESSION 2

The Future of eBooks and Its Effect on Learning We have already seen the dramatic growth of eBooks in recent years. Amazon now sells more eBooks than print books and some experts predict that eBook sales will grow to anywhere between 30% and 80% of all books in the next five years. What will the book (and textbook) of the future be like and how will it affect the way students learn? Furthermore, how will it affect the way we teach? 1 CPDU HS*

S U N D AY -

Platinum

Holding the Pillars in the Palm of Your Hand The Year of Faith celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Discover a simple mnemonic method – using 5 fingers – for introducing, learning, and teaching the pillars (parts) of the Catechism, as you learn the history of this foundational resource text. 1 CPDU HS*

Pat Gohn

Writer, Columnist, Speaker, Catechist Andover, Massachusetts *HS indicates this session, although open for all, is recommended for high school teachers, catechists and administrators.

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Location PPG West

SUNDAY, SESSION 2 - 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Talking to Teens About Chastity (in a way that they will listen) Cardinal Burke, while he was the Archbishop of St. Louis, said that “every generation has its issue, and the issue of this generation is chastity”. As educators, our challenge is to talk about this issue in a way that is relevant and engaging to the teens in our care. This workshop will discuss tactics and attitudes that can make a difference. 1 CPDU HS*

S U N D AY

- SESSION 2 & 3

Paul Masek

Coordinator of the REAP Team (Retreat Evangelization And Prayer) Catholic Youth Apostolate of the Archdiocese of St. Louis Maryland Heights, Missouri

Mueller Room

Parish Renewal: Building an Evangelized and Evangelizing Faith Community This workshop invites us to consider the implications of ministering and evangelizing in a post-modern world. We will look at how to engage today’s culture and build parishes that are vibrant and effective in bringing people to (or back to) Christ and Catholic faith practice. Specific aspects of parish life will be named and explored. This workshop gets practical and will be interactive.

Tom Quinlan

Director of Religious Education Diocese of Joliet Romeoville, Illinois

Abe Lincoln

(MLK Upper)

Evangelization: Sharing the Story Until We Live the Story “I’d rather see a sermon than hear one any day.”

Rev. R. Michael Schaab Pastor St. Pius X Catholic Church Rock Island, Illinois

Location DMH Room

SUNDAY, SESSION 3 - 3:15 PM - 4:15 PM Celebrating Sunday Mass: It’s All About Monday! Formed by the Word and transformed by the Eucharist, we are sent forth at the end of every Mass with a challenging mission. Explore how our engagement in Sunday Eucharist catechizes us in attitudes and skills we need to fulfill our daily mission as Christ’s disciples in the world.

John Angotti

Full Time Musician Memphis,Tennessee Sponsored by World Library Publications

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*HS indicates this session, although open for all, is recommended for high school teachers, catechists and administrators.


Location

SUNDAY, SESSION 3 - 3:15 PM - 4:15 PM

Kirkland West

The Secret of St. Paul’s Evangelization Strategy St. Paul was the greatest evangelist the Church has ever known. His impact reached across the Roman Empire. Ever wonder how St. Paul was so effective? Lucky for us, he left a record of his methodology in 1 Thessalonians! This workshop will show you how to implement St. Paul’s evangelization strategies in your classroom. Here’s a hint. Most of them aren’t about what you teach but how you teach it, and how you relate to your students. 1 CPDU

Marc Cardaronella

Director of Religious Education, Holy Cross Church Champaign, Illinois Fishing The River Through the use of a funny story, this session will highlight principles for effective ministry while still doing it the way that best suits you. This session applies to all ministries. 1 CPDU

Dr. Mike Carotta

Author and Religious Educator Elkhorn, Nebraska Sponsored by Our Sunday Visitor

Caterpillar Room

Catechesis in a Computer Age A fun and light-hearted approach to the tech world we minister in. 1 CPDU HS*

Richard Drabik, MA

PPG East

Igniting the Fire of Faith! How can we as catechists ignite the fire of the young person’s faith? Examine the ways we can share a person-centered faith, the person of Jesus 1 CPDU

Dr. Sue Grenough

Assistant Professor of Religious Studies and Coordinator of Ministry Studies Program at Spaulding University Louisville, Kentucky Sponsored by Pflaum Publishing Co.

PPG West

SESSION 3

Assistant Director of the Institute for Pastoral Initiatives University of Dayton Dayton, Ohio Sponsored by Institute for Pastoral Initiatives University of Dayton

S U N D AY -

Kirkland East

Evangelizing Teenagers (methods & madness) Pope Paul VI has said clearly that “the Church exists to evangelize” but how can we most effectively evangelize today’s teenagers? In this session, Paul will explore the necessity of understanding youth culture so that our proclamation of the Gospel will be culturally relevant and engaging. He will also share effective means of evangelization and discuss the role of social media in our outreach to teens. 1 CPDU HS*

Paul Masek

Coordinator of the REAP Team (Retreat Evangelization And Prayer) Catholic Youth Apostolate of the Archdiocese of St. Louis Maryland Heights, Missouri *HS indicates this session, although open for all, is recommended for high school teachers, catechists and administrators.

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Location

SUNDAY, SESSION 3 - 3:15 PM - 4:15 PM

MLK Ballroom

Practice Makes Catholic: Moving from a Learned Faith to a Lived Faith Explore five unique characteristics of Catholic identity and learn how to intentionally instill and develop Catholic identity in those you teach. 1 CPDU

Joe Paprocki, DMin

- SESSION 3

National Consultant for Faith Formation, Loyola Press Chicago, Illinois Sponsored by Loyola Press

Mueller Room

Sacrament Preparation: Our Opportunity to Evangelize Marginal Households Most parish leaders have wondered “What’s the point of forming children for the sacraments when the families are not active in Catholic faith?” If you have, then you are asking the right question. Participate in an exploration and conversation on how to reach parents and families with an evangelizing catechesis during periods of sacrament preparation (Baptism through Confirmation). Let’s consider how such processes can foster conversion! Bring your ideas! 1 CPDU

Tom Quinlan

Director of Religious Education Diocese of Joliet Romeoville, Illinois

Platinum

Evangelization is the Mission, Initiation is the Job Description Workshop participants will consider how the Church’s vision of evangelization takes flesh in the parish’s ministries of initiation.

S U N D AY

Jim Schellman

Executive Director of The North American Forum on the Catechumenate Washington, DC

Gold

Go Forth,To Love And Serve The Lord: Battling Poverty and Fighting for Justice. In Mark 14:7, Jesus says “the poor you will always have with you.” This is not the whole statement.This statement of Jesus is not a license, like many think, to let the poor live in deep poverty. This presentation will discuss what Jesus said about fighting poverty and bringing justice into the world and how to bring the challenge of biblical justice into your parish and community.

Walt & Judy Unger

Judy - Just Faith Facilitator Walt - RCIA Coordinator, Parish Catechist Mother of Perpetual Help Maryville, Illinois

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*HS indicates this session, although open for all, is recommended for high school teachers, catechists and administrators.


Location Abe Lincoln

(MLK Upper)

SUNDAY, SESSION 3 - 3:15 PM - 4:15 PM

Zach Wichmann

Director of Government Relations Catholic Conference of Illinois Springfield, Illinois Sponsored by CCI

Bishop Thomas John Paprocki

will be celebrating Sunday Eucharist at 4:45 p.m. in Holiday Hall.

Sunday Dinner Buffet (pre-purchased tickets only) will be available in the Kirkland Room at DCCH 6:30 p.m.

Sharing Our Song! Living Our Joy! On Sunday evening from 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. join Australian singer/songwriter John Burland as we celebrate our Catholic Faith through the gifts of music and story. Experience a vibrant inter-generational celebration featuring the children’s choirs of Decatur’s Catholic elementary schools.

S E S S I O N 3 - M A S S - C O N C E RT

SUNDAY EVENING - MASS - DINNER - CONCERT

S U N D AY -

Faithful Citizenship In Action: How the Church Promotes Good Public Policy Zach will talk about the role of the Catholic Conference in state and federal policymaking. He will discuss how this work intersects and avoids politics and how the active participation of the laity is sought and is essential to safeguarding the Church and her ministries and institutions. His overview of this work will include discussion of important policy topics being debated today, including religious freedom, school choice, the dignity of life and the sanctity of marriage. 1 CPDU HS*

Come ready to raise your voice in song as we journey in faith!

*HS indicates this session, although open for all, is recommended for high school teachers, catechists and administrators.

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MORNING PRAYER — MONDAY ORACIÓN DE LA MAÑANA — LUNES PROCESSIONAL / PROCESIONAL (instrumental)

STAND.�/�DE�PIE.�

M O N D AY M O R N I N G P R AY E R

� INVITATORY / INVITATORIO All�make�the�sign�of�the�cross�on�their�lips.�/�Toda�marca�el�signo�de�la�cruz�en�los�labios.�

� HYMN / HIMNO “We Belong to You” (Trevor Thomson)

Text: © 2006, Victoria Thomson. Music: © 2006, Trevor Thomson. Published by spiritandsong.com®. All rights reserved. Reprinted with permission, LicenSingOnline.org no. 601230.

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PSALMODY / SALMODIA

SIT.�/�SENTADOS.�

� PSALM 63: “As Morning Breaks” (Michael Joncas)

M O N D AY M O R N I N G P R AY E R

Text: Psalm 63: 2-3, 4-6, 7-9; © 1963, 1986, The Grail, GIA Publications Inc., Chicago, agent; refrain trans. © 1974, ICEL. Text reprinted with permission, OneLicense.net #A-704918. Music: Michael Joncas, © 1985, OCP Publications, Portland, OR. All rights reserved. Music reprinted with permission, LicenSingOnline.org no. 601230.

� SILENCE / SILENCIO � PSALM-PRAYER / ORACIÓN DESPUÉS DEL SALMO�

STAND.�/�DE�PIE.�

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SIT.�/�SENTADOS.�

M O N D AY M O R N I N G P R AY E R

� PSALM 18: “I Love You, Lord / Te Amo Señor” (Julie & Tim Smith)

Verses�(sung�by�Cantor)� �

1)�In�my�distress�I�call�on�your�mercy,�and�to�my�God�I�cry.� Lord,�you�hear�me;�you�know�my�voice.� � 2)�Viva�el�Señor;�bendita�sea�mi�roca.��Tú�diste�gran�victoria�a�tu�rey.� Tú�diste�misericordia�a�tu�ungido.� � 3)�Blessed�be�my�rock,�extolled�be�my�Savior,�who�gave�great�victory�to�me� and�showed�kindness�to�your�anointed.� � 4)�Invoco�al�Señor�de�mi�alabanza�y�quedo�libre�de�mis�enemigos,� mi�fuerza�salvadora�mi�baluarte.� Text and Music: Julie and Tim Smith. © 1996, 2008, OCP Publications, Portland, OR. All rights reserved. Reprinted with permission, LicenSingOnline.org no. 601230.

� SILENCE / SILENCIO � PSALM-PRAYER / ORACIÓN DESPUÉS DEL SALMO� � READING / LECTURA - James 2:12-17 � SILENCE / SILENCIO

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STAND.�/�DE�PIE.� SIT.�/�SENTADOS.�


� HOMILY / HOMILÍA � CANTICLE OF ZECHARIAH / CÁNTICO DE ZACARÍAS “Canticle of Zechariah” (Carl P. Daw, Jr. and Steven R. Janco)

STAND.�/�DE�PIE.�

M O N D AY M O R N I N G P R AY E R

Text: Carl P. Daw, Jr., © 1989, Hope Publishing Co., Carol Stream, IL. Text reprinted with permission, OneLicense.net #A-704918. Music: Steven R. Janco, © 1994, World Library Publications, Schiller Park, IL. All rights reserved. Reprinted with permission, license no. 510649.

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M O N D AY M O R N I N G P R AY E R

� INTERCESSIONS / LAS INTERCESSIONES “Oración de los Fieles” (Peter M. Kolar)

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Text and Music: Peter Kolar. © 2001, World Library Publications, Schiller Park, IL. All rights reserved. Reprinted with permission, license no. 510649.

� LORD’S PRAYER / ORACIÓN DEL SEÑOR — chant in English � CONCLUDING PRAYER / ORACIÓN CONCLUSIVA � BLESSING / BENDICIÓN � SIGN OF PEACE / SALUDO DE PAZ (instrumental music as Bishop exits)


M o n d a y Ke y n o t e A d d r e s s 9 : 3 0 a . m .

Ver y Reverend Rober t Barron H o l i d ay H a l l

sus is to appreciate him as the Jewish messiah. This means He fulfilled four tasks: He gathered the nations, cleansed the temple, defeated the enemies of Israel and now He reigns as Lord of the nations.  Location Kirkland East

MONDAY, SESSION 1 - 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Good Question, Good Question See Sunday, Session 1 1 CPDU

Rick Barnhart

DMH Room

Historic Influx of Catholic Immigrants in Diocese How do we reach our immigrant neighbors? This session will identify how our church has been transformed by different flows of immigrants coming to the United States, and learning what our faith expects of us to ensure that everyone’s God-given right to human dignity is respected. 1 CPDU

Very Reverend Chris Brey,V.F.

Pastor of St. Alexius, St. Augustine, St. Fidelis and St. Luke Churches Diocesan Coordinator of Hispanic Ministry Ashland, Illinois

Kirkland West

God Loves Me! Calling Children to Faith Through Song How can we share the great news that God loves us with the children in our care? What are some creative and practical ideas for passing on the riches of our Catholic faith tradition? Incorporating song and movement this workshop will offer a variety of engaging teaching and learning strategies suitable for children at the elementary level. Catechetical themes such as Revelation, Trinity, Jesus Christ, Church, Morality, God’s Kingdom, Sacraments and Justice will be addressed during this session. Come ready to participate in songs and activities that will energize and engage your students as they journey in faith. 1 CPDU

John Burland

Educator and Composer Project Officer - Liturgy/Music for the Catholic Education Office Sydney, Australia Sponsored by Our Sunday Visitor

*HS indicates this session, although open for all, is recommended for high school teachers, catechists and administrators.

K E Y N OY T E - S E S S I O N 1

Sales Representative for RCL Benziger and Catechist of St. Clare of Assisi Church St. Louis, Missouri Sponsored by RCL Benziger

M O N D AY

Declaring the Lordship of Jesus - The best way to understand Je-

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Location Mueller Room

MONDAY, SESSION 1 - 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Implementing the Bishops’ Curriculum Framework for Adolescent Catechesis in Catholic High Schools Dr. Carotta will facilitate a discussion on the new curriculum framework unanimously approved by the U.S. bishops. 1 CPDU HS*

Dr. Mike Carotta

M O N D AY -

SESSION 1

Author and Religious Educator Elkhorn, Nebraska Sponsored by Our Sunday Visitor

PPG West

Living the Sacrament of Marriage, Growing in Love & Faith Together See Sunday, Session 1 1 CPDU HS*

Donna Dausman

Member of the Bishops’ Committee for the USCCB Secretariat for Laity, Marriage, Family Life and Youth Decatur, Illinois

Gold

Faith Formation with VLCFF See Sunday, Session 2 1 CPDU HS*

Richard Drabik, MA

Assistant Director of the Institute for Pastoral Initiatives University of Dayton Dayton, Ohio Sponsored by Institute for Pastoral Initiatives University of Dayton

Caterpillar Room

You Can’t Spell Technology without Theology See Sunday, Session 1 1 CPDU HS*

Pat Gohn

Writer, Columnist, Speaker, Catechist Andover, Massachusetts

MLK Room

A Well-Built Faith: A Catholic’s Guide to Knowing and Sharing What We Believe See Sunday, Session 1 1 CPDU

Joe Paprocki, DMin

National Consultant for Faith Formation, Loyola Press Chicago, Illinois

Abe Lincoln

Do We Serve in Order to Worship, or Worship in Order to Serve? See Sunday, Session 1

(MLK Upper)

Rev. R. Michael Schaab Pastor St. Pius X Catholic Church Rock Island, Illinois

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*HS indicates this session, although open for all, is recommended for high school teachers, catechists and administrators.


Location Platinum

MONDAY, SESSION 1 - 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Becoming an Evangelizing People See Sunday, Session 1

Jim Schellman

Executive Director of The North American Forum on the Catechumenate Washington, DC

Location DMH Room

MONDAY, SESSION 2 - 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM Music’s Power to Evangelize See Sunday, Session 2 1 CPDU

John Angotti

Kirkland East

The Role of the Religion Teacher/Catechist in Forming Disciples of Christ See Sunday, Session 2 1 CPDU

Rick Barnhart

Sales Representative for RCL Benziger and Catechist of St. Clare of Assisi Church St. Louis, Missouri Sponsored by RCL Benziger

Kirkland West

How Your Life Story Can Change Someone Else’s Using Personal Stories for Conversion and Catechesis See Sunday, Session 2 1 CPDU

Marc Cardaronella

Director of Religious Education, Holy Cross Church Champaign, Illinois

Platinum

Challenges to the Sacrament of Marriage Today See Sunday, Session 2 1 CPDU HS*

- SESSION 1 & 2

Full Time Musician Memphis,Tennessee Sponsored by World Library Publications

M O N D AY



Donna Dausman

Member of the Bishops’ Committee for the USCCB Secretariat for Laity, Marriage, Family Life and Youth Decatur, Illinois

*HS indicates this session, although open for all, is recommended for high school teachers, catechists and administrators.

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Location PPG East

MONDAY, SESSION 2 - 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM Teaching Teens to Pray in a Digital World See Sunday, Session 1 1 CPDU HS*

Jared Dees

Digital Publishing Specialist, Ave Maria Press Notre Dame, Indiana Sponsored by Ave Maria Press

M O N D AY -

SESSION 2

Gold

Catechesis in a Computer Age See Sunday, Session 3 1 CPDU HS*

Richard Drabik, MA

Assistant Director of the Institute for Pastoral Initiatives University of Dayton Dayton, Ohio Sponsored by Institute for Pastoral Initiatives University of Dayton

Caterpillar Room

Holding the Pillars in the Palm of Your Hand See Sunday, Session 2 1 CPDU HS*

Pat Gohn

Writer, Columnist, Speaker, Catechist Andover, Massachusetts

MLK Ballroom

Praying with Young Children, Primary and Intermediate Do we teach children to pray or a list of prayers? Explore and experience ways of praying appropriate for the young believer. 1 CPDU

Dr. Sue Grenough

Assistant Professor of Religious Studies and Coordinator of Ministry Studies Program at Spaulding University Louisville, Kentucky Sponsored by Paum Publishing Co.

PPG West

Talking to Teens About Chastity (in a way that they will listen) See Sunday, Session 2 1 CPDU HS*

Paul Masek

Coordinator of the REAP Team (Retreat Evangelization And Prayer) Catholic Youth Apostolate of the Archdiocese of St. Louis Maryland Heights, Missouri

Mueller Room

Be an Evangelized & Evangelizing Catechist/School Teacher The catechist plays a privileged role in the life of the Church! We will explore the call to be a catechist and the need for catechists to be ďŹ rmly rooted in Christ and Catholic faith. Twenty practical suggestions will be offered to help catechists become evangelizing in their ministry. 1 CPDU

Tom Quinlan

Director of Religious Education Diocese of Joliet Romeoville, Illinois

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*HS indicates this session, although open for all, is recommended for high school teachers, catechists and administrators.


Location Abe Lincoln

MONDAY, SESSION 2 - 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM Evangelization: Sharing the Story Until We Live the Story See Sunday, Session 2

Rev. R. Michael Schaab

(MLK Upper)

Pastor St. Pius X Catholic Church Rock Island, Illinois



DMH Room

MONDAY, SESSION 3 - 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Celebrating Sunday Mass: It’s All About Monday! See Sunday, Session 3

John Angotti

Full Time Musician Memphis,Tennessee Sponsored by World Library Publications

Kirkland West

The Secret of St. Paul’s Evangelization Strategy See Sunday, Session 3 1 CPDU

Caterpillar Room

Living and Sharing Faith: Parish Evangelization Basics See Sunday, Session 1

Vicki Compton

Director, Office for the Missions Diocese of Springfield in Illinois

PPG East

The Future of eBooks and Its Effect on Learning See Sunday, Session 2 1 CPDU HS*

Jared Dees

Digital Publishing Specialist, Ave Maria Press Notre Dame, Indiana Sponsored by Ave Maria Press

PPG West

Evangelizing Teenagers (methods & madness) See Sunday, Session 3 1 CPDU HS*

- SESSION 2 & 3

Marc Cardaronella

Director of Religious Education, Holy Cross Church Champaign, Illinois

M O N D AY

Location

Paul Masek

Coordinator of the REAP Team (Retreat Evangelization And Prayer) Catholic Youth Apostolate of the Archdiocese of St. Louis Maryland Heights, Missouri

*HS indicates this session, although open for all, is recommended for high school teachers, catechists and administrators.

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Location

M O N D AY -

SESSION 3 - CLOSING

MLK Room

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MONDAY, SESSION 3 - 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Practice Makes Catholic: Moving from a Learned Faith to a Lived Faith See Sunday, Session 3 1 CPDU

Joe Paprocki, DMin

National Consultant for Faith Formation, Loyola Press Chicago, Illinois

Mueller Room

Sacrament Preparation: Our Opportunity to Evangelize Marginal Households See Sunday, Session 3 1 CPDU

Tom Quinlan

Director of Religious Education Diocese of Joliet Romeoville, Illinois

Platinum

Becoming an Evangelizing People See Sunday, Session 3

Jim Schellman

Gold

Executive Director of The North American Forum on the Catechumenate Washington, DC Go Forth,To Love And Serve The Lord: Battling Poverty and Fighting for Justice. See Sunday, Session 3

Walt & Judy Unger

Abe Lincoln

(MLK Upper)

Judy - Just Faith Facilitator Walt - RCIA Coordinator, Parish Catechist Mother of Perpetual Help Maryville, Illinois Faithful Citizenship In Action: How the Church Promotes Good Public Policy See Sunday, Session 3 1 CPDU HS* Zach Wichmann Director of Government Relations Catholic Conference of Illinois Springfield, Illinois Sponsored by CCI



M o n d ay C l o s i n g A dd re s s - 3 : 4 5 p. m .

Mo s t R ev. T h o m a s Jo h n Pap ro c k i Holid ay H a l l The only thing preventing us from living faith fully and sharing faith freely is sin. Bishop Paprocki will look at ways that the Evil One seeks to obstruct our efforts to live virtuously and deflect us towards the path of vice. Bishop Paprocki will then explore the means that the Church offers to overcome these obstacles. *HS indicates this session, although open for all, is recommended for high school teachers, catechists and administrators.


Platinum 

Coffee/Donuts

Food Seating

 Gold

ELEVATORS

East

ELEV

Men RR

West

KIRKLAND East West

PPG

(Abe Lincoln: Second Floor above PPG)

MLK Ballroom

Women RR

Fountain Hall

Terrace

Sali’s

Sales & Service

THE SPORTS ZONE

JR’s

Upper Level

Pool and Fitness Area

ENTRANCE

LOBBY

GRILLE

FIRESIDE

Women RR

Food Station

DMH Room

DECATUR CONFERENCE CENTER & HOTEL

Caterpillar Room

Holiday Hall

Stage

Guest Rooms

DCCH

Mueller Room

Guest Rooms

Men RR

LEGEND

Front Desk

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Guest Rooms

Registration Check-In

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EXHIBIT HALL MAP


DIOCESAN ADULT ENRICHMENT CONFERENCE NOVEMBER 4-5, 2012

Living Faith Fully, S h a r i n g Fa i t h Fre e ly Booth 23

Aflac Joseph Colyer 2011 Mall Street, Suite C Collinsville, IL 62234 618-520-6531 (phone) 618-223-1388 (fax) joseph_colyer@us.aflac.com

Booth 17

Booth 18

Ave Maria Press Jared Dees PO Box 428 Notre Dame, IN 46556 800-282-1865 (phone) 800-282-5681 (fax) jdees@nd.edu www.avemariapress.com

Booth 39 & 40

C & A Inspirations Denny Santarelli 313 N. Mattis Avenue Champaign, IL 61821 217-351-8744 (phone) 217-351-5799 (fax) c-a-inspirations@sbcglobal.net www.c-a-inspirations.com

Booth 9

Cabrini Retreat Center Nancy Golen 9430 Golf Road Des Plaines, IL 60016 947-297-6530 (phone) 847-297-6544 (fax) info@cabrinicenter.org www.cabrinicenter.org

CandleArt Candle Co. LLC Stephanie Niemerg 10084 N. 1950th Street Dieterich, IL 62424 217-925-5905 (phone) 217-925-5970 (fax) sniemerg@candleart.com www.candleart.com

Booth 10

Catholic Supply of St. Louis, Inc. Amy Benson 6759 Chippewa Street St. Louis, MO 63109 314-644-0643 (phone) 314-644-0832 (fax) amyb710@yahoo.com www.catholicsupply.com

Booth 28

Catholic Times Kathie Sass 1615 W. Washington Street Springfield, IL 62702 217-698-8500, ext. 124 (phone) 217-698-0619(fax) ksass@dio.org http://ct.dio.org/

E X H I B I TO R S

Aquinas Institute of Theology David Werthmann 23 S. Spring Avenue St. Louis, MO 63108 314-256-8806 (phone) 314-256-8888 (fax) admissions@ai.edu www.ai.edu

Booth 33

Booth 50

Church Organ Network Larry A. Waldhoff 902 South Willow Effingham, IL 62401 217-342-2207 (phone) 217-342-4409 (fax) lwaldhoff@churchorgannetwork.com www.churchorgannetwork.com

Booth 22

Delta Dental of Illinois Deb Ulmer 111 Shuman Boulevard Naperville, IL 60563 630-718-4936 (phone) www.deltadentalil.com

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Booth 21

Express Scripts Mrs. Nichole Malone & Mrs. Diann Flannigan 1 Express Way St. Louis, MO 63121 314-684-6643 (phone) nmvoss@express-scripts.com

Booth 32

E X H I B I TO R S

Elsenpeter Productions Richard B. Elsenpeter 109 W. 7th Street New London, MO 63459 rbelsenpeter@yahoo.com www.elsenpeterproductions.com

Booth 34

FACTS Management Chris Gahan 7641 Myrtle Lincoln, NE 68506 402-304-9845 (phone) 866-511-0470 (phone) 402-261-4468 (fax) cgahan@factsmgt.com www.factsmgt.com

Booth 4

Haddock Education Technologies Ron Ninmer 1204 Mark Lane Taylorville, IL 62568 217-502-0758 (phone) 866-456-4077 (fax) ron@gohaddock.com www.gohaddock.com

Booth 25

HealthLink, Inc. Toni Collingwood 1831 Chestnut Street St. Louis, MO 63103 314-925-6000 (phone) 314-925-6641 (fax) toni.collingwood@healthlink.com www.healthlink.com

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Booth 24

HealthSmart Benefit Solutions Stacy Cochran 222 W. Las Colinas Blvd., Ste. 600N Irving, TX 75039-5421 214-574-2336 (phone) 214-574-2306 (fax) stacy.cochran@healthsmart.com www.HealthSmart.com

Booth 31

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt/Holt McDougal Bernadette Cooper 1900 S. Batavia Avenue Geneva, IL 60134 800-529-1808 (phone) bernadette.cooper@hmhpub.com www.hmheducation.com

Booth 5

Interactive Educational Tech, Inc. Mr. Greg Wolfe 19027 Newtown Road Oakwood, IL 61858 217-474-1552 (phone) 316-685-1133 (fax) greg@interactive-ed.com

Booth 12

Legion of Mary Mrs. Jan Mudd 925 Woodland Drive Mt. Zion, IL 62549 217-864-5275 (phone)

Booth 35

Lighthouse Catholic Media Raymond J. Ramirez 401 Kerfoot Street East Peoria, IL 61611 309-397-9954 (phone) ray@ramirezdvm.com www.LighthouseCatholicMedia.org


Booth 41 & 42

Booth 16

Booth 45

Booth 6

Loyola Press Mrs. Kathy Donnelly 3441 North Ashland Avenue Chicago, IL 60657 800-621-1008 (phone) 773-281-0555 (fax) donnelly@loyolapress.com www.loyolapress.com

Booth 19

Mf ORIGINALS Sister Mary Frances Gorman, O.P. 1225 W. Monroe Street Springfield, IL 62704 217-299-6471 (phone) mfgop@yahoo.com

Booth 44

Office for the Missions Vicki Compton 1615 W. Washington Street Springfield, IL 62702 217-698-8500, ext. 120 (phone) 217-698-8620 (fax) vcompton@dio.org www.dio.org/missions

Booth 28

Office for Social Concerns & Respect for Life Sr. Jane Boos, SSND 1615 W. Washington Street Springfield, IL 62702 217-698-8500, ext. 130 (phone) 217-698-8620 (fax) jboos@dio.org www.dio.org/socialconcerns

Pauline Books and Media 9804 Watson Road St. Louis, MO 63126 314-965-3512 (phone) stlouis@paulinemedia.com www.pauline.org

Booth 7

Pearson Patti Stark 8217 Peabody Road Freeburg, IL 62243 618-792-2373 (phone) patti.stark@pearson.com www.pearsonschool.com

Booth 3

Pflaum Publishing Group Matt Lekan 2621 Dryden Road, Suite 300 Dayton, OH 45439 800-543-4383 ext. 1127 (phone) 800-370-4450 (fax) Mlekan@pflaum.com www.pflaum.com

E X H I B I TO R S

Maryknoll Fathers & Brothers Greg Darr 5128 S. Hyde Park Boulevard Chicago, IL 60615 773-493-3367 ext. 262 (phone) 773-493-3427 (fax) gdarr@maryknoll.org www.maryknollsociety.org

Our Sunday Visitor, Inc. Liz Shanahan 10629 S. Maplewood Chicago, IL 60655 866-713-3789 (phone) 773-238-3135 (fax) lshanahan@osv.com www.osv.com

Booth 46 & 47

RCL Benziger Rick Barnhart 1124 Grenadier Lane Manchester, MO 63021 314-221-1375 (phone) rbarnhart@rclbenziger.com www.rclbenziger.com

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Booth 8

Red Shoes Art Studio Sher Lanham/Karen Boshart 929 10th Street Charleston, IL 61920 217-348-8040 (phone) sherlanham@hotmail.com

Booth 13

E X H I B I TO R S

RenWeb School Management Software Deborah Bulgrin PO Box 1622 Burleson, TX 76097 866-800-6593 (phone) sales@renweb.com www.renweb.com

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Booth 48 & 49

Rowland Reading Foundation Mrs. Susan Quarino 6120 University Avenue Middleton, WI 53562 800-279-7860 (phone) 708-387-9618 (fax) susan.quarino@rowlandreading.org www.superkidsreading.org

Booth 29

Sadlier, Inc. Dave Bremer 7434 Flora Avenue St. Louis, MO 63143-3026 314-435-0531 (phone) dbremer@sadlier.com www.sadlier.com

Booth 14

Sam’s Club Lauri Ludy 2300 White Oaks Drive Springfield, IL 62704 217-787-4070 (phone) 217-787-4136 (fax) laludy.s08215.us@samsclub.com www.samsclub.com

Booth 50

Samuel Music Al Murphy 3730 Wabash Springfield, IL 62711 217-787-7788 (phone) almurphy@samuelmusic.com www.samuelmusic.com

Booth 1 & 2

Sandalstrap Sr. Theresa Fix, IHM 720 Vandustrial Drive Westmont, IL 60559 800-515-0047 (phone) theresa@sandalstrap.com www.sandalstrap.com / www.facts4me.com

Booth 11

Shurley Instructional Materials Michael Schafstall 11693 Valleybrook Place Carmel, IN 46033 800-566-2966, x309 (phone) shurleyenglish@aol.com www.shurley.com


Booth 15

Booth 30

Booth 36

Booth 26 & 27

Smart Tuition Mike Rivard One Woodbridge Center, Suite 800 Woodbridge, NJ 07095 866-739-8277 (phone) 866-369-9811 (fax) mrivard@smarttuition.com www.smarttuition.com

Booth 43

The School Station Yun Yi 505 South Neil Street, Ste. 9 Champaign, IL 61820 217-398-3806 (phone) theschoolstation@gmail.com www.facebook.com/theschoolstation

Booth 38

University of Dayton Virtual Learning Community for Faith Formation *Richard Drabik 300 College Park Dayton, OH 937-229-3874 (phone) rdrabik1@udayton.edu www.vlc.udayton.edu *Local Program Coordinator: Chris Malmevik cmalmevik@dio.org

Word on Fire Catholic Ministries Mr. Sean Lee 5215 Old Orchard Road Skokie, IL 60077 847-581-4285 (phone) 847-581-4295 (fax) slee@wordonfire.org www.wordonfire.org

Booth 37

World Library Publications Raquel Hernandez 3708 River Road, Suite 400 Franklin Park, IL 60131 800-566-6150 (phone) 888-957-3291 (fax) wlpcs@jspaluch.com www.wlpmusic.com

Booth 20

Youth and Young Adult Ministry Kyle Holtgrave 1615 West Washington Street Springfield, IL 62702 217-698-8500, ext. 154 (phone) 217-698-8620 (fax) kholtgrave@dio.org www.dio.org/youthministry

E X H I B I TO R S

Springfield Vocation Directors 1237 W. Monroe Street Springfield, IL 62704 217-787-0481 ext. 4106 (phone) *Sr. Angela Laquet, ASC laqueta@adorers.org www.adorers.org *Sr. Teresa Marron, OP srteresa@spdom.org www.springfieldop.org *Sr. Marguerite Cook, OSF mcook@hsosf-usa.org www.springfieldfranciscans.org *Sr. Mary Dries, OSF smdries@yahoo.com www.westpeoriasisters.org

Vintage Tech Mike McKenna 1105 Windham Parkway Romeoville, IL 60446 630-639-7099 (phone) MMcKenna@vintagetechrecyclers.com www.vintagetechrecyclers.com

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DIOCESAN ADULT ENRICHMENT CONFERENCE NOVEMBER 4-5, 2012

Living Faith F u l ly, S h a r i n g Fa i t h Fre e ly

C O N G R AT U L AT I O N S

The Office for Catechesis and the Diocese of Springfield in Illinois congratulates the following for achieving the following levels in the Adult Enrichment/Catechist Formation process.

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APPRENTICE Jennifer A. Cox Amanda Dotzert Nancy Douglas

INTERMEDIATE Susan Marie Patterson Patricia J. Penning Laurie Ann Schlaefer

BASIC Cindy Archer Cynthia Sue Barner Terese Benvenuto Mary Campbell Jill N. DeChenne Karen Finson Carol Harris Jacqueline J. Hartman Jean Kennedy Pam D. Lauber Kim M. Luparell Amanda N. Martin Melissa Martin Cindy Metz Brenda Milleville Susan Mosher Emma Pulliam Deann Marie Reavis Denise A. Reavis Stephanie Ringenberg Nancy Schodroski Maureen Schreiber Kristen Six Melissa Taylor Debra C. Walcher Karen M.Venvertloh Amy M. Wiewel

ADVANCED Amanda C. Atkins Gloria Helen Falbe Mary Hill Carol Ann Kleinert Mary Helen Kossina Margaret Alice Meyer Sophie Provasnik Catherine R. Smith Lois Ann Symes Angela Waldo Charlotte Jean Walters Ann Wesbecher

ADVANCED RENEWAL Vicki Bauer Sr. Angelene Biderbost, OP Maria Carmody Bonnie Drumm Lee Ann Folder Janet Goben Susan Kelley Jeanine Kolb Christine Reichert Jennifer Roberts Carol M. Seifert DEGREED Emilio Joseph Aita Maureen Bradish Dan Frachey Shannon Marie Gittemeier Ronald L. Knapp Jennifer L. Lohman Ariel Elizabeth Martin


DIOCESAN ADULT ENRICHMENT CONFERENCE NOVEMBER 4-5, 2012

Living Faith Fully, S h a r i n g Fa i t h Fre e ly EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Christine M. Malmevik, Conference Chairperson Associate Director of Catechesis – Office for Catechesis

Kyle Holtgrave Associate Director for Youth and Young Adult Ministry Office for Catechesis Jean Johnson Superintendent of Catholic Schools – Office for Catechesis Marilyn Missel Associate Superintendent of Catholic Schools – Office for Catechesis Jonathan F. Sullivan Director Department of Catechetical Services Office for Catechesis STAFF Cynthia Gallo Callan Department of Catechetical Services – Office for Catechesis Beth Schmidt School Personnel – Office for Catechesis Youth and Young Adult Ministry – Office for Catechesis

AC K N OW L E D G E M E N T S

Barbara Burris, Exhibit Coordinator Associate Director for School Planning Office for Catechesis

LITURGY Steve Stack HOSPITALITY Marilyn and Craig Missel

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DIOCESAN ADULT ENRICHMENT CONFERENCE NOVEMBER 4-5, 2012

Living Faith F u l ly, S h a r i n g Fa i t h Fre e ly

AN EXPRESSION OF GRATITUDE TO: AVE MARIA PRESS for sponsoring Jared Dees

RECOGNITION OF GIFTS

CHURCH ORGAN NETWORK providing an organ CCI for sponsoring Zach Wichmann KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, COUNCIL 1580 for a donation KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, COUNCIL 4175 for a donation KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, COUNCIL 4175 LADIES AUXILARY for a donation KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, COUNCIL 896 for a donation KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, COUNCIL 9640 for a donation LOYOLA PRESS for sponsoring Joe Paprocki, DMin OUR SUNDAY VISITOR for sponsoring John Burland and Dr. Mike Carotta PFLAUM PUBLISHING GROUP for sponsoring Susan Z. Grenough, Ed.D. RCL/BENZIGER for sponsoring Rick Barnhart SAMUEL MUSIC for providing a piano INSTITUTE FOR PASTORAL INITIATIVES, UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON for sponsoring Richard Drabik, MA WORLD LIBRARY PUBLICATIONS for sponsoring John Angotti

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DIOCESAN ADULT ENRICHMENT CONFERENCE NOVEMBER 4-5, 2012

Living Faith Fully, S h a r i n g Fa i t h Fre e ly My role, ministry, or occupation is: __________________________________. I attended the conference:

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Is this the first time you have participated in the DAEC? ___ Yes ___ No To help us in future planning, we would appreciate your opinion. Please circle the word that best expresses your experience. We welcome your comments. Good

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2. I would evaluate the liturgies as: Excellent

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3. The exhibits were:

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Please list any exhibits you would like to see included in the future: _______________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ Please describe what you found most beneficial to you: _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________

E V A L U AT I O N

1. The over all organization of the Conference was: Excellent Very Good

Please indicate areas we can improve upon for 2014: _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ We urge you to propose specific topics for 2014: _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ Possible speakers (include where we can contact them): _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ OVER

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DIOCESAN ADULT ENRICHMENT CONFERENCE NOVEMBER 4-5, 2012

Living Faith F u l ly, S h a r i n g Fa i t h Fre e ly Evaluation: Please rate those sessions which you attended using the following scale: 4—Excellent 3—Very Good 2—Good 1—Fair _____ Sunday Gathering Prayer _____ Sunday Keynote Address Very Rev. Robert Barron _____ Sunday Eucharist _____ Sunday Performance

E V A L U AT I O N

Sunday, Session 1

Monday, Session 1

_____ Rick Barnhart _____ John Burland _____ Dr. Mike Carotta _____ Vicki Compton _____ Donna Dausman _____ Jared Dees _____ Pat Gohn _____ Joe Paprocki _____ Rev. R. Michael Schaab _____ Jim Schellman

_____ Rick Barnhart _____ Very Rev. Chris Brey,V.F. _____ John Burland _____ Dr. Mike Carotta _____ Donna Dausman _____ Richard Drabik _____ Pat Gohn _____ Joe Paprocki _____ Rev. R. Michael Schaab _____ Jim Schellman

Sunday, Session 2

Monday, Session 2

_____ John Angotti _____ Rick Barnhart _____ Marc Cardaronella _____ Donna Dausman _____ Jared Dees _____ Richard Drabik _____ Pat Gohn _____ Paul Masek _____ Tom Quinlan _____ Rev. R. Michael Schaab

Sunday, Session 3

_____ John Angotti _____ Marc Cardaronella _____ Dr. Mike Carotta _____ Richard Drabik _____ Susan Z. Grenough, Ed.D. _____ Paul Masek _____ Joe Paprocki _____ Tom Quinlan _____ Jim Schellman _____ Walt and Judy Unger _____ Zach Wichmann

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_____ Monday Gathering Prayer _____ Monday Keynote Address Very Rev. Robert Barron _____ Monday Closing Address Bishop Thomas John Paprocki

_____ John Angotti _____ Rick Barnhart _____ Marc Cardaronella _____ Donna Dausman _____ Jared Dees _____ Richard Drabik _____ Pat Gohn _____ Susan Z. Grenough, Ed.D. _____ Paul Masek _____ Tom Quinlan _____ Rev. R. Michael Schaab

Monday, Session 3

_____ John Angotti _____ Marc Cardaronella _____ Vicki Compton _____ Jared Dees _____ Paul Masek _____ Joe Paprocki _____ Tom Quinlan _____ Jim Schellman _____ Walt and Judy Unger _____ Zach Wichmann


TEACHER

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ATTENTION TEACHERS The other side of this page is the Illinois State Board of Education Evaluation Form which is to be completed and placed in the appropriate pick-up box for the OfďŹ ce of Catechesis. Thank you.


TEACHER EVIDENCE OF COMPLETION

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RETAIN FOR YOUR RECORDS


TEACHER EVIDENCE OF COMPLETION

DIOCESAN ADULT ENRICHMENT CONFERENCE NOVEMBER 4-5, 2012

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CHECK ALL ATTENDED: Sunday, Session 1, 1 CPDU, 12:45p - 1:45p

Monday, Session 1, 1 CPDU, 11:00a - 12:00p

_____ Rick Barnhart, Good Question, Good Question _____ John Burland, Growing in Faith Through the Power of Song _____ Dr. Mike Carotta, Unchaining Confirmation _____ Donna Dausman, Living the Sacrament of Marriage, Growing in Love & Faith Together _____ Jared Dees, Teaching Teens to Pray in a Digital World _____ Pat Gohn, You Can’t Spell Technology without Theology _____ Joe Paprocki, A Well-Built Faith: A Catholic’s Guide to Knowing and Sharing What We Believe

_____ Rick Barnhart, Good Question, Good Question _____ Very Rev. Chris Brey, V.F., Historic Influx of Immigrants in Diocese _____ John Burland, God Loves Me! Calling Children to Faith Through Song _____ Dr. Mike Carotta, Implementing the Bishops’ Curriculum Framework for Adolescent Catechesis in Catholic High Schools _____ Donna Dausman, Living the Sacrament of Marriage, Growing in Love and Faith Together _____ Richard Drabik, Faith Formation with VLCFF _____ Pat Gohn, You Can’t Spell Technology without Theology _____ Joe Paprocki, A Well-Built Faith: A Catholic’s Guide to Knowing and Sharing What We Believe

Sunday, Session 2, 1 CPDU, 2:00p - 3:00p _____ John Angotti, Music’s Power to Evangelize _____ Rick Barnhart, The Role of the Religion Teacher/ Catechist in Forming Disciples of Christ _____ Marc Cardaronella, How Your Life Story Can Change Someone Else’s Using Personal Stories for Conversion and Catechesis _____ Donna Dausman, Challenges to the Sacrament of Marriage Today _____ Jared Dees, The Future of eBooks and Its Effect on Learning _____ Richard Drabik, Faith Formation with VLCFF _____ Pat Gohn, Holding the Pillars in the Palm of Your Hand _____ Paul Masek, Talking to Teens About Chastity (in a way they will listen)

Sunday, Session 3, 1 CPDU, 3:15p - 4:15p _____ Marc Cardaronella, The Secret of St. Paul’s Evangelization Strategy _____ Dr. Mike Carotta, Fishing the River _____ Richard Drabik, Catechesis in a Computer Age _____ Susan Z. Grenough, Ed.D., Igniting the Fire of Faith _____ Paul Masek, Evangelizing Teenagers (methods & madness) _____ Joe Paprocki, Practice Makes Catholic: Moving from a Learned faith to a Lived Faith _____ Tom Quinlan, Sacrament Preparation: Our Opportunity to Evangelize Marginal Households _____ Zach Wichmann, Faithful Citizenship in Action: How the Church Promotes Good Public Policy

(Name)

has completed ______ hours of CPDUs November 4-5, 2012

Jean Johnson Superintendent of Catholic Schools

Monday, Session 2, 1 CPDU, 1:15p - 2:15p _____ John Angotti, Music’s Power to Evangelize _____ Rick Barnhart, The Role of the Religion Teacher/ Catechist in Forming Disciples of Christ _____ Marc Cardaronella, How Your Life Story Can Change Someone Else’s Using Personal Stories for Conversion and Catechesis _____ Donna Dausman, Challenges to the Sacrament of Marriage Today _____ Jared Dees, Teaching Teens to Pray in a Digital World _____ Richard Drabik, Catechesis in a Computer Age _____ Pat Gohn, Holding the Pillars in the Palm of Your Hand _____ Susan Z. Grenough, Ed.D., Praying With Young Children, Primary and Intermediate _____ Paul Masek, Talking to Teens About Chastity (in a way they will listen) _____ Tom Quinlan, Be An Evangelized and Evangelizing Catechist and School Teacher

Monday, Session 3, 1 CPDU, 2:30p - 3:30p _____ Marc Cardaronella, The Secret of St. Paul’s Evangelization Strategy _____ Jared Dees, The Future of eBooks and Its Effect on Learning _____ Paul Masek, Evangelizing Teenagers (methods & madness) _____ Joe Paprocki, Practice Makes Catholic: Moving from a Learned faith to a Lived Faith _____ Tom Quinlan, Sacrament Preparation: Our Opportunity to Evangelize Marginal Households _____ Zach Wichmann, Faithful Citizenship in Action: How the Church Promotes Good Public Policy


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St. Francis, Jerseyville

Aaron Johnson

Our Lady of Lourdes, Decatur

Ashley Burgener

Our Lady of Lourdes, Decatur

Emily Mitchell

Our Lady of Lourdes, Decatur

C OV E R A RT C O N T E S T - RU N N E R S - U P

Andrew Bertman

Fiona Padrutt

Our Lady of Lourdes, Decatur

Pamela Tacud

Our Lady of Lourdes, Decatur

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SCHEDULE: Living Faith Fully,

Sharing Faith Freely

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2012 9:00 9:45-10:30 10:40-11:45 11:45-12:45 12:45-1:45 1:45-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-3:15 3:15-4:15 4:45 4:45-6:00 6:30-7:30 7:30-9:00

Registration/Exhibits Morning Prayer Welcome/Introduction/Keynote Lunch Break-Out Session I Break Break-Out Session II Break Break-Out Session III Exhibits Close Eucharist Dinner Concert Coffee and donuts available from 9:00 a.m. – 9:45 a.m. Exhibits will be open from 9:00 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Lunch is available from 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2012 8:00 8:45-9:30 9:30-10:30 10:30-11:00 11:00-12:00 12:00-1:15 1:15-2:15 2:15-2:30 2:30-3:30 3:30 3:30-3:45 3:45-4:30

Registration/Exhibits Morning Prayer Welcome/Introduction/Keynote Break Break-Out Session I Lunch Break-Out Session II Break Break-Out Session III Exhibits Close Move to Closing Closing Address Coffee and donuts available from 8:00 a.m. – 8:45 a.m. Exhibits will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Lunch is available from 12:00 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. The Diocesan Adult Enrichment Conference is made possible in part by the Annual Catholic Services Appeal.


DAEC 2012 Program Booklet  

This is the complete program booklet for the 2012 Diocesan Adult Enrichment Conference.

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