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1 Ministry Conference October 28-29, 2011 Dallas Convention Center Walking Together in Faith Caminando juntos en la fe Cùng Đồng Hành trong Đức Tin Program Book

2 Schedule Friday, October 28, 2011 Location 6:00 8:00 AM Exhibit Room set-up Hall A 7:00 9:00 AM Registration & Name Badge Pick-up Lobby A 8:00 6:00 PM Exhibit Hall Open Hall A 8:30 9:00 AM Morning Prayer & Welcome Arena 9:00 9:15 AM Break, Music, & Exhibits Hall A 9:15 10:15 AM Session I (Keynote Address in English) Arena 10:15 10:45 AM Break, Music, & Exhibits Hall A 10:45 11:45 AM Session II (Plenary in English) Arena 11:45 1:30 PM Lunch, Music, & Exhibits Hall A 1:30 2:30 PM Session III Various 2:30 3:00 PM Break, Music, & Exhibits Hall A 3:00 4:00 PM Session IV Various 4:00 4:30 PM Break, Music, & Exhibits Hall A 4:30 5:30 PM Session V Various 5:30 5:45 PM Break, Music, & Exhibits Hall A 5:45 6:15 PM Evening Prayer Arena 6:30 10:00 PM Museum of Biblical Art Tour (optional) MBA Saturday, October 29, 2011 Location 6:00 8:00 AM Exhibit Room set-up Hall A 7:00 10:30 AM Registration & Name Badge Pick-up Lobby A 8:00 5:00 PM Exhibit Hall Open Hall A 8:00 9:30 AM Praise and Worship & Exhibits Arena & Hall A 9:30 10:00 AM Morning Prayer & Welcome Arena 10:00 10:15 AM Break, Music, & Exhibits Hall A 10:15 11:15 AM Session VI Various 11:15 11:45 AM Break, Music, & Events Various 11:45 12:45 PM Session VII (Keynote Address in Spanish) Various 12:45 2:00 PM Lunch, Music, & Exhibits Hall A 2:00 3:00 PM Session VIII Various 3:00 3:30 PM Break, Music, & Exhibits Hall A 3:30 4:30 PM Session IX Various 4:30 5:00 PM Break, Music Hall A & Exhibit Drawing Winners Announced 5:00 PM Closing Mass Arena

3 5th Annual University of Dallas Ministry Conference Sponsored by the Diocese of Dallas and the Diocese of Fort Worth October 28-29, 2011 Dallas Convention Center Conferencia para los Ministerios de la Universidad de Dallas Patrocinada por la Diócesis de Dallas y la Diócesis de Fort Worth 28 y 29 de Octubre Dallas Convention Center Đại Hội Mục Vụ tại Đại Học Dallas Được tài trợ bởi các Giáo Phận Dallas và Giáo Phận Fort Worth Ngày 28 tháng 10 và 29 Dallas Convention Center Table of Contents General Schedule... 2 Acknowledgements... 6 To Our Sponsors... 7 Speakers Index... 8 Tracks... 9 Resource Spotlights Musical Performances Liturgical Art Museum of Biblical Art Tour Exhibitor Information Facility Maps BC English Schedule... 2 Letters to Participants... 4 General Information... 5 Friday Events & Sessions Saturday Events & Sessions Session Descriptions Speaker Biographies Español Horario CartAS a los Participantes Información General Sesiones dte viernes y sábado.. 42 Eventos de viernes y sábado Descripciones de las sesiones.. 45 Conferenciantes Vietnamese Follow us while you re at the conference: facebook.com/udministryconference twitter.com/ud_mc Don t forget to share your conference experiences! #UDMC2011 Check out the UDMC mobile site: udallas.edu/udmcmobile There you can find session information, facility maps, FAQs, and more! Lịch trình Thông tin chung Lá thơ gởi những Tham dự Viên Vị giảng thuyết tiếng Việt Nam và những đề tài trong ngày... 57

4 Letters to Participants 4

5 General Information Art Display We will have liturgical art displayed in Lobby A. Please see page 58 for more information. Lyle Novinski, a wellknown painter, designer, lecturer, and Professor Emeritus at the University of Dallas, is also demonstrating sacred art sculpting in the center of Hall A. We invite you to enjoy the artwork. ATM There is an ATM located in Lobby A, near the entrance to the Arena. 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. Downtown Dallas If you would like more information about the downtown Dallas area, please visit the Convention s Bureau booth located on Level 1 in Lobby A/B (just inside from the circle drive). Emergencies If you have an emergency, contact either a UDMC staff member, volunteer, or the closest security guard. If you are unable to find assistance, call facility dispatch at Remember, in an emergency, it is important to stay calm. We do have EMTs on site for this event. Evaluations Thank you for filling out the various evaluations following each session you attend. We would also like your assistance with a general conference evaluation. It can be found at our website at Simply submit it online. Anyone who completes the evaluation before November 15, 2011, and provides us with their personal information will be eligible to win 20 two-day conference passes (equivalent to 1 group registration) to the 2012 UD Ministry Conference. Exhibit Hours Exhibits are located in Hall A. See pages 62 for a listing of exhibitors. The exhibits are open Friday, 8:00AM 6:00PM and Saturday, 8:00AM 5:00PM. If you participate in any exhibit drawing during the conference, the winners will be announced on the Spotlight Stage in Hall A on Saturday at 4:30PM. Information Please see someone at UDMC Information Booth located in Lobby A for general information or questions. You can also ask a volunteer found throughout the center in blue UDMC shirts. Liturgies All the liturgies and prayer services will be held in the Arena. We invite you to come and participate with your fellow conference participants in prayer and worship. Lost and Found Lost and found is located at the UDMC Information Booth located in Lobby A. If you find something while you are attending the conference, please turn it in at this location. Meal Options Food and beverage is not included in the registration fee. You will find several concession and food areas around the convention center, especially outside the Arena and inside Hall A. Food may also be available in the Food Court area and at Starbucks and Gourmet to Go (both near Hall C). There are also several restaurants within walking distance of the Convention Center. Message Center The Message Center, located right inside Hall A, can receive incoming messages. Feel free to leave a note on the Message Board. Museum of Biblical Art Tour The conference is pleased to offer a special evening tour of the Dallas Museum of Biblical Art. The bus will leave the convention center at 6:30PM, returning at 9:30PM. For only $25, the tour includes transportation to and from the museum, entrance to all exhibits, and a private guided tour of the William Schickel exhibit by Professor Lyle Novinski. Visit the Registration Booths during the conference to purchase a ticket. 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 Registration Booths for a $5.00 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 Convention Center has its own parking garage that costs $12 per vehicle, with no in-and-out service. The main garage entrance is on Griffin Street between Memorial Street and Canton Street. There are also other ground level parking options available throughout the downtown Dallas area. 5

6 Acknowledgements Reconocimientos The UDMC acknowledges with appreciation the many volunteers who served on the 2011 Planning Committee. We are very grateful for their generous time, support, and talent. La UDMC reconoce y agradece a los voluntarios que sirvieron en el Comité de Planeación Les agradecemos enormemente su generoso tiempo, apoyo y talentos. Diocesan Committee Very Rev. Stephen Berg Sr. Gloria Cain, SSND Diane Daniels Marlon De Le Torre, M.A., M.Ed. Most Rev. J. Douglas Deshotel Susan Dorfmeister Jeanne Jakubowski Sr. Theresa Khirallah, SSND Lourdes Mayer Donald Miller Rev. Carmen Mele, O.P. Franci Nussbaum-Vitanza Lucas Pollice, MTS Kevin Prevou Dcn. Charlie Stump, MS, MPM Pat Svacina Annette Gonzales Taylor Catarina Torres Dcn. Don Warner Special Projects Rick Matos Carol Norris David Novinski Lyle Novinski Bernard D. Nguyen Volunteer Corp Leaders Cyndi Freeman, Chairperson Cindy Worth, Chairperson Beth Belcher, Hospitality Ellie Moser, Hospitality Emily Dzurisin, Speakers Mary McGill, Exhibitors Theresa Hartman, MC English Lupita Frausto, MC Spanish Juan Roberto Martinez, Set-up/Break-down Goals Objectivos Mục tiêu To meet the diverse needs of all ministries in the dioceses at all levels To meet the diverse needs of lay Catholics in the dioceses at all levels To develop respect for the variety of ways that we respond in faith To deepen and develop our relationship with God Satisfacer las diversas necesidades de los ministerios de las diócesis a todos los nivelas Satisfacer las diversas necesidades de los laicos católicos de las diócesis a todos las niveles Desarrollar el respeto por las diversas formas en que respondemos con fe Profundizar y desarrollar nuestra relación con Dios Để đáp ứng các nhu cầu đa dạng cho các chương trình mục vụ cho mọi tầng lớp trong các giáo phận Để đáp ứng các nhu cầu đa dạng của các tông đồ giáo dân trong mọi tầng lớp thuộc các giáo phận Để tăng thêm nhiều cách thức kính mến mà chúng ta đáp trả theo tinh thần Đức Tin. Để đào sâu và tăng trưởng mối tương quan giữa ta với Chúa 6

7 To Our Sponsors A Nuestros Patrocinadores UDMC 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 2011 conference. UDMC no existiria si no fuera por nuestros patrocinadores. Queremos extender un especial agradecimiento a todas las insituciones, empresas y paroquias que contribuyeron al éxito de la Conferencia FOUNDATION LEVEL GOLD LEVEL FOUNDATION GIFT Scanlan Foundation Strake Foundation BRONZE LEVEL SPEAKER SPONSORS Ave Maria Press Catholic Relief Services Diocese of Dallas Catholic Committee on Scouting Fourth Dimension Orthodontics & Craniofacial Orthopedics Liturgical Glass +++ Arts Loyola Press National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministry Our Sunday Visitor Curriculum Saint Mary s Press The Family Place William H. Sadlier, Inc. PARISH PARTNER Church of the Incarnation, UD Our Lady of Angels Catholic Church, Allen St. Ann Parish, Coppell FRIENDS OF UDMC Addison Coffee Roasters Cynthia and David Freeman Guadalupe Radio Network ifratelli Smart Tuition Via Reál 7

8 Speakers Index Índice de Conferenciantes Below is a list of the 2011 conference speakers with their corresponding sessions. The roman numerals I IX designate the session, while the numbers designate the talks in alphabetical order. English talks are numbered 01-19, Spanish talks are numbered 51-63, and Vietnamese talks are numbered 71. Abajo encontrará la lista de los Conferenciantes 2011 con sus respectivas sesiones. Los números romanos del I al IX corresponden a las sesiones, los números ordinarios del 01 al 07 corresponden a la plática en orden alfabético. Las pláticas en inglés están numeradas del 01 al 19, las pláticas en español están numeradas del 51 al 63, y las pláticas en vietnamita están numeradas con el número 71. Aguilar, Carla...VI-51, VIII-51 Allen, John...VII-01, VIII-01 Almager, David...VIII-52 Arias, Miguel...VI-52, IX-51 Bañuelas, Rev. Msgr. Arturo...I-51, III-51 Becker, Mary Lee...III-01, V-01, VI-01, IX-01 Beckman, Jim...III-02, IV-01 Bolman, Dr. Lee...IV-02 Boyle, Dr. Michael...III-03, IV-03 Brogee, Danny...IV-06 Calva, Dra. Pilar...III-52, VI-53, VIII-53, IX-52 Cargo, Rev. Jason...V-02 Cherek, Linda...IV-04 Cimino, Sr. Carol...IV-05, VII-02 Cobos Gómez, Rev. Abelardo II-51,IV-06,V-51,VI-54,VIII-54 Dao, Rev. Anthony...VI-71, VII-71, VIII-71, IX-71 De La Torre, Marlon...III-53, IV-07, VIII-55, IX-02 Eipers, Dr. Carole...V-03, IX-03 Fernández, Santiago...I-52, V-04, VI-55 Ford, Dr. Elinor...III-04, IV-08 George, Francis Cardinal...I-01 Gillett, Margaret...IV-09, VIII-02 Giuliano, Gene...IV-10, V-05, VI-02, VII-03 González, Rev. J. Eduardo...VI-56, IX-53 Gordon, Dr. Greer...III-05, V-06, VII-04 Guerrero, Sr. Esther...VI-57, IX-04 Gutiérrez, Magdalena...VI-58, VIII-56 Haney, Dr. Regina...VI-03, VII-05 Havlik, Sheree Whitters...IV-11, V-07, VI-04, VIII-03 Heines, Rev. Timothy...III-06 Hendey, Lisa...III-07, VII-06 Hilliard, Dr. Marie...IV-12, V-08 Hubert, Angeline...III-08, V-09, VIII-04, IX-05 Jewell, Dr. Marti...III-09, IX-06 Koniers, Dcn. William...V-10, IX-08 Luby, Dr. Daniel...III-10, V-11, VI-05, VII-08 Lunine, Dr. Jonathan...VIII-05, IX-09 Madeo, Elizabeth...IX-10 McCarty, Dr. Robert...II-01, VII-09, IX-11 McCray, Linda...V-12, VII-10 McGill, James...IV-13, VII-11 McGuire, Dr. Michael...VII-12 Mitchell-Ibe, Debra...IV-14 Monterrubio, Dcn. Arturo...III-54, VI-59, VIII-57 Monterrubio, Esperanza...III-55, VI-60, IX-54 Nagel, Leland...III-11, IV-15, VIII-06 Norris, Dr. John...V-13, VII-13 Ogorek, Ken...III-12 Olenick, Dr. Richard...III-13, VII-14, IX-09 Ordieres, Alejandro...II-52, V-52, VIII-58, IX-55 Ortega Trillo, Rev. Alejandro...VII-51 Pollice, Lucas...III-14, V-14, VI-06, IX-12 Porter, Linda Khirallah...VIII-07 Raiche, Dr. Diana Dudoit...VI-07 Rendón, Juan...II-53, V-53, VIII-59, IX-56 Scally, Anna...III-15, IV-16, VII-15, VIII-08 Septién, Pía...II-54, V-54, VI-61, IX-57 Singer-Towns, Brian...III-16, IV-17, VII-16, VIII-09 Springer, Joyce...IV-18, V-15, VII-17, IX-13 Stephan, Curtis...IX-14 Stoeger, Rev. William...VII-18, IX-09 Vaghi, Rev. Msgr. Peter...IV-19, VI-08 Valenzuela, Víctor...VI-62, VIII-60 Vaughan, Chris Daniel...IX-15 Vaverek, Rev. Gavin...VII-19 Waldon, Melissa...V-16, VIII-10 Wing, Claire...VI-63 8

9 Tracks Temas UDMC 2011 offers sessions on a wide variety of topics. We have compiled most of the sessions into tracks, which are categorized by ministry and areas of interest below. La Conferencia para los Ministerios de la Universidad de Dallas 2012 ofrece sesiones con una gran variedad de temas. Hemos compilado la mayoría de las sesiones por temas, los cuales están categorizadas por ministerio y áreas de interés. Adult Faith Formation Formación de la Fe para Adultos III-05, III-06, III-07, III-08, III-10, III-13, III-14, IV-10, IV-12, IV-13, IV-14, IV-17, IV-19, V-03, V-05, V-06, V-07, V-08, V-11, V-12, V-14, VI-02, VI-05, VI-06, VI-08, VII-01, VII-03, VII-04, VII-06, VII-08, VII-10, VII-11, VII-13, VII-14, VII-16, VII-18, VII-19, VIII-01, VIII-03, VIII-04, VIII-05, IX-02, IX-04, IX-06, IX-09, IX-12, IX-14 I-51, II-51, II-52, III-51, III-52, III-53, III-55, V-51, V-52, V-53, V-54, VI-51, VI-52, VI-53, VI-54, VI-56, VI-57, VI-58, VI-60, VI-61, VI-63, VIII-51, VIII-52, VIII-53, VIII-54, VIII-55, VIII-56, VIII-57, VIII-58, IX-52, IX-53, IX-54, IX-55, IX-56 Apologetics Apologética III-05, IV-12, V-07, V-14, VI-06, VII-01, VII-04, VIII-01, VIII-03 I-51, III-51, III-52, III-53, V-52, V-54, VI-51, VI-53, VI-61, VIII-51, VIII-55, IX-55 Canon Law IV-09, VIII-02 Catechist Formation Formación Catequética III-02, III-03, III-11, III-14, III-15, III-16, IV-01, IV-03, IV-07, IV-15, IV-16, IV-17, IV-18, V-01, V-03, V-12, V-14, V-15, V-16, VI-01, VI-06, VI-07, VII-02, VII-09, VII-11, VII-15, VII-16, VII-17, VIII-06, VIII-07, VIII-08, VIII-09,VIII-10, IX-02, IX-03, IX-07, IX-10, IX-11, IX-12, IX-13 II-51, II-53, III-53, III-55, VI-52, VI-57, VI-58, VI-60, VI-62, VIII-54, VIII-56, VIII-59, VIII-60, IX-51 Catholic School Teachers III-03, III-04, III-12, III-15, IV-02, IV-03, IV-05, IV-06, IV-07, IV-08, IV-16, IV-18, V-10, V-13, V-15, V-16, VI-03, VI-07, VII-02, VII-05, VII-09, VII-15, VII-17, VII-18, VIII-05, VIII-06, VIII-07, VIII-08, VIII-10, IX-08, IX-10, IX-11, IX-13 Christian Spirituality Espiritualidad III-05, III-07, III-08, III-10, III-14, IV-02, IV-10, IV-13, IV-19, V-02, V-05, V-06, V-11, VI-02, VI-05, VI-08, VII-03, VII-04, VII-06, VII-08, VII-11, VII-18, VII-19, VIII-04, VIII-05, IX-04, IX-06, IX-12, IX-14, IX-15 I-51, I-52, II-51, II-52, II-54, III-51, III-54, V-51, V-52, V-53, V-54, VI-51, VI-52, VI-54, VI-55, VI-56, VI-59, VI-61, VI-63, VIII-51, VIII- 52, VIII-54, VIII-57, VIII-58, IX-51, IX-53, IX-55, IX-56, IX-57 DRE/PCL III-03, III-06, III-09, III-11, III-12, III-16, IV-02, IV-03, IV-07, IV-15, IV-18, V-01, V-03, V-10, V-15, V-16, VI-01, VI-07, VII-17, VIII-07, VIII-09, VIII-10, IX-03, IX-08, IX-10, IX-13 I-51, III-51, III-54, III-55, VI-57, VI-58, VI-59, VI-60, VI-62, VIII-56, VIII-60, IX-51, IX-54 Evangelization Evangelización III-05, V-02, V-04, V-06, VII-01, VII-04, VII-06, VIII-01, IX-03 VI-58, VIII-56 Liturgy Liturgia III-06, V-03, V-04, V-11, V-12, VI-05, VII-10, IX-14 I-52, II-53, III-53, VI-52, VI-55, VI-62, VI-63, VIII-59 Marriage & Family Life / Parenting Vida en el matrimonio y la familia / Paternidad III-01, III-02, III-05, III-07, III-09, III-15, IV-01, IV-09, IV-11, IV-14, IV-16, IV-18, IV-19, V-01, V-02, V-06, V-15, VI-01, VI-04, VI-08, VII-02, VII-04, VII-06, VII-09, VII-12, VII-15, VII-17, VIII-02, VIII-08, VIII-10, IX-01, IX-11, IX-13, IX-15 II-52, II-54, III-52, III-54, VI-53, VI-59, VI-60, VI-62, VIII-52, VIII-57, VIII-58, VIII-60, IX-54, IX-57 Pastoral Ministry Ministerio Pastoral III-01, III-02, III-06, III-07, III-09, III-10, III-11, III-12, IV-01, IV-02, IV-04, IV-06, IV-09, IV-14, IV-15, IV-17, V-01, V-02, V-04, V-06, V-08, V-09, V-10, V-11, V-12, VI-01, VI-05, VI-07, VI-08, VII-02, VII-08, VII-10, VII-13, VII-16, VII-19, VIII-01, VIII-02, VIII-06, VIII-07, VIII-10, IX-01, IX-05, IX-06, IX-08, IX-10 I-52, II-51, II-53, III-54, VI-52, VI-55, VI-56, VI-59, VI-62, VI-63, VIII-52, VIII-54, VIII-59, IX-51, IX-53, IX-54 Parish & Administration Leadership III-03, III-04, III-06, III-09, IV-02, IV-03, IV-05, IV-06, IV-08, V-04, V-10, V-16, VI-03, VII-05, IX-08 RCIA/RCIC RICA III-12, III-12, III-14, III-16, IV-15, V-14, VI-06, VI-07, VIII-06, VIII-07, VIII-09, IX-10, IX-12 I-51, I-52, III-51, VI-55, VI-56, VI-57, VI-58, VIII-56, IX-51, IX-53 Science & Religion Ciencia y Religión III-13, IV-12, V-07, V-08, V-13, VII-14, VII-18, VIII-03, VIII-05, IX-09 VIII-53, IX-52 Scripture La Escrituras III-08, III-10, III-14, III-16, IV-10, IV-17, IV-19, V-05, V-08, V-09, VI-02, VII-03, VII-08, VII-16, VIII-04, VIII-09, IX-04, IX-05, IX-12 II-51, II-53, II-54, III-53, V-53, VI-57, VIII-54, VIII-59, IX-56, IX-57 Social Justice Justicia Social III-08, III-12, IV-04, IV-11, IV-12, IV-13, V-07, V-08, V-09, V-13, V-16, VI-04, VII-11, VII-13, VIII-03, VIII-04, IX-05, III-52, VI-51, VI-53, VIII-51, VIII-53, VIII-57, IX-52, IX-54 Youth, Young Adult, & Campus Ministry III-01, III-02, III-03, III-07, III-11, III-15, IV-01, IV-03, IV-07, IV-11, IV-15, IV-16, V-01, V-13, VI-01, VI-04, VII-06, VII-09, VII-12, VII-15, VIII-06, VIII-08, IX-01, IX-02, IX-11, IX-15 Youth & Young Adults III-08, IV-10, IV-13, IV-17, IV-19, V-05, V-07, V-11, V-13, V-14, VI-02, VI-05, VI-06, VI-08, VII-01, VII-03, VII-11, VII-13, VII-16, VIII-01, VIII-03, VIII-04, VIII-05, IX-04, IX-09, IX-15 9

10 Friday Events Registration/Check-in Hours 7:00 AM 9:00 AM Exhibit Hours 8:00 AM 6:00 PM Musical Performance Hours During Lunch & Breaks (more info. on pg. 27) Resource Spotlight Hours During Lunch & Breaks (more info. on pg. 26) FRIDAY SCHEDULE 7:00 AM... Registration & Name Badge Pick-up begins 8:30 9:00 AM... Morning Prayer & Welcome 9:15 10:15 AM... Session I (Keynote Address in English) 10:45 11:45 AM... Session II (Plenary in English) 11:45 1:30 PM... Lunch 1:30 2:30 PM... Session III 3:00 4:00 PM... Session IV 4:30 5:30 PM... Session V 5:45 6:15 PM... Evening Prayer 6:30 10:00 PM... Museum of Biblical Art Tour (optional) MORNING PRAYER & WELCOME Arena 8:30 9:00 AM Come join us at the official conference kick-off! Hear from Bishop Farrell of Dallas, Bishop Vann of Fort Worth, and President Keefe of UD as they welcome the Catholics of North Texas to this two-day event of learning, prayer, fellowship, and Walking Together in Faith. Music will be led by Curtis Stephan and Santiago Fernández and Bishop Mark Seitz will lead the community in opening prayer. RESOURCE SPOTLIGHTS Hall A Spotlight Stage During Lunch & Breaks MUSICAL EntERTAINMEnt Ballroom A Lobby Stage & Hall A Praise Stage SCULPTURE DEMONSTRATION Hall A (Center of Exhibits) LITURGICAL ART DISPLAY Ballroom A Lobby EVENING PRAYER Arena 5:45 6:15 PM MUSEUM OF BIBLICAL ART TOUR 6:30 9:30 PM Several of our exhibitors have exciting resources to offer the conference participants and they want to tell you about them! Come join us at the Spotlight Stage in Hall A to hear about various software solutions, a new Catholic hymnal, fundraising options, and much more! Check out page 26 for the full schedule and more details on all of the presenters. St. Augustine said, When you sing, you pray twice. Come enjoy the musical talents of well-known and up-and-coming Christian artists who are lifting their voices and instruments in praise of our Lord. Musical performances will take place during breaks and at lunch on two stages, the Ballroom A Lobby Stage near the Liturgical Art Display, and the Hall A Praise Stage. See page 28 for schedule and details on the artists. During the Conference, the artist, Lyle Novinski, Professor Emeritus of the University of Dallas, will be carving a figure St. Francis for the Notre Dame Court, a new independent living facility adjacent to the diocesan retirement home, St. Joseph Residence. Stop by the center section of the exhibits in Hall A to admire Lyle s artistry and to view the progress of the sculpture. More information about the project can be found on page 59. Visit the Ballroom A Lobby, where we ve assembled images from fine quality liturgical art being created across the country. These artists were chosen and invited to participate in the exhibition by a committee of liturgical artists. Come peruse the art and be inspired by the messages they convey. See page 58 for a list of this year s featured artists. Come celebrate the Feast of the Martyrs St. Simon and St. Jude while reflecting on your first day of conference experiences. Music will be led by Curtis Stephan and Santiago Fernández and Rev. Isaac Orozco will lead the community in evening prayer. Visit the Museum of Biblical Art, the only museum in the United States dedicated to the exhibit of Biblically-themed art, for a special UDMC event! For only $25, you will be treated to a private guided tour of the William Schickel exhibit by Lyle Novinski, a well-known painter, designer & lecturer, and Professor Emeritus at the University of Dallas, who is serving as Guest Curator for the exhibit. All galleries will be available for the tour followed by light hors d oeuvres. The bus leaves the Convention Center at 6:30PM. Space is limited; see page 61 for details. 10

11 Friday Sessions Session descriptions, with more details on the talks, can be found on pages 14. Session I 9:15 10:15 AM I-01 Developing Lay Ecclesial Ministry George (Arena) Session II 10:45 11:45 AM II-01 Called to be Prophets and Poets McCarty (Arena) III-01 III-02 III-03 III-04 III-05 III-06 III-07 III-08 III-09 III-10 III-11 III-12 III-13 III-14 III-15 III-16 Session III 1:30 2:30 PM The Goldilocks Years: Finding What s Just Right for Young Adolescents Becker (A ) Discipleship-Shaped Ministry with Teens and Young Adults Beckman (Ballroom A4) An Ounce of Prevention: Positive Behavioral Supports for Catholic Schools Boyle (Ballroom A3) Walking Together as Faith-Alive Catholic Schools Ford (Arena) Dialogue or Defense: Apologetics verses Ecumenism Gordon (A131) Five Ways to Ensure the Liturgy is More Formational Heines (A118-A119) Saintly Companions for Our Spiritual Journey Hendey (A ) Who is My Neighbor? Biblical Perspectives on Ethnic Inclusivity Hubert (A ) Working Together: Collaboration in the Parish Jewell (A130) Witnesses & Martyrs: Some Feminine Models of Ministry Luby (A ) Being Faithful and Successful Nagel (A115) Teaching on Tough Issues: Practical Tips for Helping God s People Embrace His Challenging Truths Ogorek (A308) Beyond Earth Olenick (A301) Forgive me Father for I have Sinned. Why Confession? Pollice (Ballroom A1) Reach Your Young People (Junior High/High School) Guarenteed Scally (A ) Biblical Literacy Made Easy Singer-Towns (A310) Session IV 3:00 4:00 PM IV-01 IV-02 IV-03 IV-04 IV-05 IV-06 IV-07 IV-08 IV-09 IV-10 IV-11 IV-12 IV-13 IV-14 IV-15 IV-16 IV-17 IV-18 IV-19 Discipleship-Shaped Ministry with Teens and Young Adults Beckman (A ) Leading With Soul Bolman (Ballroom A4) An Ounce of Prevention: Positive Behavioral Supports for Catholic Schools Boyle (A ) Cultural Competence in Bereavement Ministry and Grief Support Cherek (A301) You Want It When? Cimino (A ) Working Together to Help Children Shine and Grow: The Pastor/ Principal Relationship Cobos Gómez & Brogee (A115) They Said What? How Not to Teach the Catholic Faith De La Torre (A308) Continuing the Faith-Alive Walk Ford (Ballroom A3) Priest Faculties and Prenuptial Paperwork Processing in the Dallas Diocese Gillet (A ) Presents or Presence: God s Promises and Our Expectations Giuliano (A310) Teens Standing Strong in a Sex- Crazed World Havlik (A ) Caring for Each Other Even Unto Death: What Do the Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services Have to Say Hilliard (Ballroom A2) Becoming Human: The Final Frontier McGill (A ) Connecting the Dots: The Faith Community and Domestic Violence Mitchell-Ibe (A110) Being Faithful and Successful Nagel (A130) Junior High/High School Prayer The other Six and a Half Days of the Week Scally (A ) Leading Parish Bible Study Singer-Towns (A304) Sacraments for Today s Catechist and Teacher Springer (A131) Ten Commandments: A Catholic Guide to a Moral Life Vaghi (Ballroom A1) Session V 4:30 5:30 PM V-01 Parents as Partners: Working Together in Forming Faith with Youth Becker (A130) V-02 Trying Technology to Discover Theology: a Tool or a Trap? Cargo (A ) V-03 Liturgy and Catechesis: Forging the Link Eipers (Ballroom A3) V-04 Truly Walking Together in Faith, Truly Becoming a Multicultural Parish Fernández (A117) V-05 Be Perfect as Your Heavenly Father is Perfect : Is Jesus Serious? Giuliano (A310) V-06 The Cross as Transformation Gordon (A131) V-07 The Five Non-Negotiables Havlik (A ) V-08 The Church Responding to the Parable of the Good Samaritan: Introduction to the Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services Hilliard (Ballroom A2) V-09 Gray Hair is the Crown of Glory: Aging and the Elderly in the Bible Hubert (A304) V-10 Supporting the Pastoral and Sacramental Missions of the Catholic Church in the Modern World Developing Leadership in Financial Administration for our Dioceses, Parishes and Schools Koniers (A115) V-11 Why Do We Do That?: Reflections on the Role of Ritual in Catholic Life Luby (A305) V-12 Understanding Contemporary Art & Its Place in Worship McCray (A ) V-13 What does the Catholic Church Teach about Evolution? Norris (A ) V-14 Offer It Up! What is Redemptive Suffering and Why Do We Believe in It? Pollice (Ballroom A1) V-15 Tricks of the Trade 2011 Edition Springer (A301) V-16 Know Your Audience Understanding Some of the Most Common Disabilities Children and Educators are Faced with in the Classroom Setting Waldon (A ) 11

12 Saturday Events Registration/Check-in Hours 7:00 AM 10:30 AM Exhibit Hours 8:00 AM 5:00 PM Musical Performance Hours During Lunch & Breaks (more info. on pg. 27) Resource Spotlight Hours During Lunch & Breaks (more info. on pg. 26) PRAISE & WORSHIP Arena 8:00 9:30 AM MORNING PRAYER Arena 9:30 10:00 AM RESOURCE SPOTLIGHTS Hall A Spotlight Stage During Lunch & Breaks MUSICAL EntERTAINMEnt Ballroom A Lobby Stage & Hall A Praise Stage SCULPTURE DEMONSTRATION Hall A (Center of Exhibits) LITURGICAL ART DISPLAY Ballroom A Lobby throughout the conference EXHIBIT DRAWING WInnERS ANNOUNCED Hall A Spotlight Stage 4:30 PM CLOSING MASS Arena 5:00 PM SATURDAY SCHEDULE 7:00 AM... Registration & Name Badge Pick-up begins 8:30 9:30 AM... Praise & Worship 9:30 10:00 AM... Morning Prayer & Welcome 10:15 11:15 AM... Session VI 11:45 12:45 PM... Session VII (Keynote Address in Spanish) 12:45 2:00 PM... Lunch 2:00 3:00 PM... Session VIII 3:30 4:30 PM... Session IX 4:30 PM... Exhibit Drawing Winners Announced 5:00 PM... Closing Mass After a long day of conference events on Friday, come be enlivened Saturday morning with a powerful praise & worship experience! Tony Meléndez and Augie Leal will awaken our spirits as we Walk Together in Faith, embarking on the second half of our two-day conference journey. Start off the second day of the conference with opening prayer! Music will be led by Curtis Stephan and Santiago Fernández and Bishop J. Douglas Deshotel will lead the community as we begin day two of UDMC. Several of our exhibitors have exciting resources to offer the conference participants and they want to tell you about them! Come join us at the Spotlight Stage in Hall A to hear about various software solutions, a new Catholic hymnal, fundraising options, and much more! Check out page 26 for the full schedule and more details on all of the presenters. St. Augustine said, When you sing, you pray twice. Come enjoy the musical talents of well-known and up-and-coming Christian artists who are lifting their voices and instruments in praise of our Lord. Musical performances will take place during breaks and at lunch on two stages, the Ballroom A Lobby Stage near the Liturgical Art Display, and the Hall A Praise Stage. See page 27 for schedule and details on the artists. During the Conference, the artist, Lyle Novinski, Professor Emeritus of the University of Dallas, will be carving a figure of St. Francis for the Notre Dame Court, a new independent living facility adjacent to the diocesan retirement home, St. Joseph Residence. Stop by the center section of the exhibits in Hall A to admire Lyle s artistry and to view the progress of the sculpture. More information about the project can be found on page 59. Visit the Ballroom A Lobby, where we ve assembled images from fine quality liturgical art being created across the country. These artists were chosen and invited to participate in the exhibition by a committee of liturgical artists. Come peruse the art and be inspired by the messages they convey. See page 58 for a list of this year s featured artists. Did you sign up for a drawing at an exhibitor s booth? This is your opportunity to find out if you won! Come to the Hall A Spotlight Stage at 4:30 PM for the announcement of all of the winners of the various drawings. Prizes include 2 Kindle Book Readers, a trip for 2 to Rome & the Holy Land (sponsored by Ornit, Inc.), and much more! What better way to close out the UD Ministry Conference than with a Thanksgiving Mass to celebrate our faith and our call to share it! Come join Bishop Farrell, Bishop Vann, and several priests from the Dioceses of Dallas and Fort Worth as they celebrate the holy sacrifice of the Mass. 12

13 Saturday Sessions Session descriptions, with more details on the talks, can be found on page 14. Session VI 10:15 11:15 AM VI-01 Parents as Partners: Working Together in Forming Faith with Youth Becker (A ) VI-02 Presents or Presence: God s Promises and Our Expectations Giuliano (A310) VI-03 PART 1 (continued in Session VII): Current Issues and Trends to Focus on to Build an Exceptional Board for a New Age Haney (Ballroom A3) VI-04 Teens Standing Strong in a Sex- Crazed World Havlik (A308) VI-05 Why Do We Do That?: Reflections on the Role of Ritual in Catholic Life Luby (A ) VI-06 Offer It Up! What is Redemptive Suffering and Why Do We Believe in It? Pollice (A131) VI-07 Catechist as Witness: Embracing Jesus, the Way, Truth and the Life Raiche (Arena) VI-18 Authentic Lay Spirituality: A Multidimensional Approach Vaghi (A117) Session VII 11:45 12:45 PM VII-01 Five Myths about the Vatican Allen (Ballroom A1) VII-02 Meet the Parents Cimino (Ballroom A4) VII-03 Be Perfect as Your Heavenly Father is Perfect : Is Jesus Serious? Giuliano (A117) VII-04 Dialogue or Defense: Apologetics verses Ecumenism Gordon (A115) VII-05 PART 2 (continued from Session VI): Current Issues and Trends to Focus on to Build an Exceptional Board for a New Age Haney (Ballroom A3) VII-06 Evangelizing with Authenticity and Truth in the Digital Age Hendey (A ) VII-08 Witnesses & Martyrs: Some Feminine Models of Ministry Luby (A ) VII-09 Fostering Faith in Adolescents: A Method to the Madness McCarty (A304) VII-10 Understanding Contemporary Art & Its Place in Worship McCray (A ) VII-11 Becoming Human: The Final Frontier McGill (A301) VII-12 Scouting as Youth Ministry McGuire (A130) VII-13 Together on the Journey of Hope: Reflections on the Responsibilities of Lay Catholics for Treatment of Migrants and Immigrants Norris (A131) VII-14 Beyond Earth Olenick (A ) VII-15 Reach Your Young People (Junior High/High School) Guarenteed Scally (A310) VII-16 Leading Parish Bible Study Singer-Towns (A308) VII-17 Sacraments for Today s Catechist and Teacher Springer (A ) VII-18 How Does the Big Bang and Evolution Fit in with Divine Creation? Stoeger (A ) VII-19 Revised Translation of the New Missal Vaverek (Ballroom A2) Session VIII 2:00 3:00 PM VIII-01 The Pope s PR Problem Allen (Arena) VIII-02 Priest Faculties and Prenuptial Paperwork Processing in the Dallas Diocese Gillett (A ) VIII-03 The Five Non-Negotiables Havlik (A ) VIII-04 Who is My Neighbor? Biblical Perspectives on Ethnic Inclusivity Hubert (A115) VIII-05 A Scientist s Primer on the Universe Lunine (A308) VIII-06 Master Orchestrator and Co-worker: A Difficult Balance Nagel (A130) VIII-07 Who Wants to Be A Catholic Millionaire? Porter (A ) VIII-08 Junior High/High School Prayer The other Six and a Half Days of the Week Scally (A310) VIII-09 Biblical Literacy Made Easy Singer-Towns (A ) VIII-10 Completing the Puzzle Autism 101 Waldon (A304) Session IX 3:30 4:30 PM IX-01 The Goldilocks Years: Finding What s Just Right for Young Adolescents Becker (A ) IX-02 Screwtape Letters and the Catechism of the Catholic Church De La Torre (A ) IX-03 IX-04 IX-05 IX-06 IX-08 IX-09 IX-10 IX-11 IX-12 IX-13 IX-14 IX-15 Forming Evangelizers: The Right Stuff Eipers (A301) Time Out! Praying with Scripture and Embodying the Word Guerrero (A117) Gray Hair is the Crown of Glory: Aging and the Elderly in the Bible Hubert (A115) Seeking God: Lessons from the Tradition Jewell (A130) Supporting the Pastoral and Sacramental Missions of the Catholic Church in the Modern World Developing Leadership in Financial Administration for our Dioceses, Parishes and Schools Koniers (Ballroom A3) How does a Working Scientist Reconcile Profession and Faith Panel: Lunine, Olenick & Stoeger (A ) Hook, Line and Sinker...and the Worm Madeo (A ) Parents, Youth and Faith: The Great Dance! McCarty (A310) Forgive me Father for I have Sinned. Why Confession? Pollice (Ballroom A4) Tricks of the Trade 2011 Edition Springer (A ) Music: Honoring a Living Tradition Stephan (Ballroom A1) To be a Young Adult In the World, but not of the World Vaughan (A ) 13

14 Session Descriptions FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28 Session I 9:15 10:15 AM I-01 DEVELOPING LAY ECCLESIAL MINISTRY His Eminence Francis Cardinal George, OMI Arena Cardinal George will offer theological and pastoral insights on the developing and growing reality of lay ecclesial ministry and the implications for the Church. He will reflect on the bishop s relationship to the lay ecclesial minister and consider the future of this leadership and service, underscoring a fruitful collaboration between ordained and lay. Session II 10:45 11:45 AM II-01 CALLED TO BE PROPHETS AND POETS Dr. Robert McCarty, D.Min. Arena Balancing action and contemplation, doing and being, ministry and intimacy with the Lord these are the challenges of the prophet and the poet that is each of us. This session provides an opportunity to examine our lives and our ministry through the lenses of prophet and poet, so that we can allow Jesus to move our hearts in order to move our actions. Session III 1:30 2:30 PM III-01 THE GOLDILOCKS YEARS: Finding WHAT S Just RIGHT FOR YOUNG ADOLESCENTS Mary Lee Becker A Too old for this, too young for that welcome to the world of young adolescents! How do we find what s just right to reach and teach these energetic, inquisitive and often outspoken youth? Whether you live with, work with or simply wonder about 6th-9th graders, this session will help you understand why they are the way they are.and provide practical ideas for forming faith with them at church, at home and even in the car! Also being presented in Session IX III-02 III-03 DISCIPLESHIP-shAPED MINISTRY WITH teens AND YOUNG ADULTS Jim Beckman Ballroom A4 The whole aim of the Church is to evangelize and catechize, and for those who work with young people it is our central task. What is the difference between a follower of Christ and a disciple? And how do we make disciples of the young people that we work with? This session gets to the heart of discipleship ministry with young people, revealing the earmarks and tools for effective discipleship, and the key ingredients necessary to walk with young people into owned and lived faith. Also being presented in Session IV AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION: POSITIVE BEHAviorAL SUPPORTS FOR CAtholic schools Dr. Michael J. Boyle, Ph.D. Ballroom A3 Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is a powerful process to create a system of supports III-04 III-05 III-06 III-07 to prevent problem behaviors before they occur. This session will present the PBIS framework and give a specific focus on implementation in Catholic schools. Also being presented in Session IV WALKING TOGETHER AS FAITH-ALIVE CAtholic SCHOOLS Dr. Elinor Ford Arena Catholic schools are the Church s wise investment to ensure that among its future generations are members who have received an in-depth faith education rooted in living daily in the spirit of Jesus Christ. This education is provided by the passionate witness of the school s committed, competent and ever-caring faculty and staff. This keynote will describe both the wonder of those who truly minister in Catholic schools, and provide ways that they and those served can grow in wisdom, age and grace. DIALOGUE OR DEFense: APOLOGETICS VERSES ecumenism Dr. Greer G. Gordon A131 The term apologetics has resurfaced largely through writings, the majority of which are written by Evangelical Protestants who wish to correct Catholic errors. Sadly, many of those who use the term appear to be unfamiliar with the lengthy history of apologetics within Roman Catholic Tradition and the Church s current posture of welcome and dialogue with other Christians. This session will address the historic tension between apologetics and ecumenism and offer insights into Evangelical Protestant understanding of apologetics and Roman Catholic understanding of intra-faith dialogue in relation to New Apologetics. This session is recommended for Evangelization personnel, and those who live, work, and/or minister with evangelical protestant communities. Also being presented in Session VII Five WAys TO ENSURE THE LITURGY IS MORE FormAtionAL Rev. Timothy Heines A Our celebration of Christian liturgy is an inherently formational act as it builds us up together as Christ s body and helps each participant to grow more into the image and likeness of Christ. In this talk, Rev. Heines looks at five perspectives that liturgists and catechists might keep in mind to ensure that the naturally formational dimensions of our Christian worship can truly reap the greatest fruit in each celebration. Drawing upon the writings of contemporary liturgical theologians and pastoral practice, Rev. Heines hopes these five ways can ensure that each member of an assembly and the assembly of the whole can lay claim to the riches available in every celebration for growth in Christ. SAINTLY COMPANIONS FOR OUR SPIRITUAL Journey Lisa Hendey A

15 Session Descriptions Join Lisa Hendey for a look at the saints some popular and some less well known who intercede for us along our path to heaven. Learn more about the lives of specific saints who serve as role models of a commitment to justice, courage and virtue. Discuss creative activities for sharing the lives of these holy men and women with your family, students, or ministry members. who IS MY NEIGHBOR? BIBLICAL perspectives ON ETHNIC INCLUSIVITY Angeline Hubert A In answer to the question Who is my neighbor? Jesus told the parable of the Good Samaritan. The lawyer s question and Jesus response throw light on the topic of this session. Using the parable and other scriptural texts, we will explore what the Bible has to say about openness and inclusivity within the Christian community. This exploration will enrich your faith experience, affirm your loving response to the neighbor you meet in your daily life and work, and deepen your understanding of the scriptural basis of openness to the other. Also being presented in Session VIII III-08 III-13 Church teaching on reserving ordination to men, on fertility awareness and on homosexual behavior is difficult for some to accept. What s behind these teachings, and how can we help God s people understand, accept and live Catholic faith in its fullness and beauty? Pastors, religion teachers, DREs, youth ministers and principals will learn helpful, effective ways of explaining some hard teachings pastorally. Beyond EARTH Dr. Richard Olenick, Ph.D. A301 The search for planets around other stars (exoplanets) has yielded over five hundred alien worlds beyond imagination. With each new world, astronomers are forced to rethink how planets form, the chances for earth-like planets, and the lessons other worlds teach us. The growing number of exoplanets also raises theological questions centered on how to understand Christ in light of the immensity of the universe and the possibility of life beyond Earth. We will examine the ways in which astronomers search for worlds beyond Earth, the prospects for finding earth-like planets, and the moral and theological questions that arise from research. Also being presented in Session VII III-09 III-10 III-11 WORKING TOGETHER: COLLABORAtion IN the PARISH Dr. Marti Jewell, D.Min. A130 One of the most pressing questions pastoral leaders have is about collaboration. How do men and women work together? Pastors, parish staff, and parishioners? How do we recognize the unique role and contribution of each? Please join us as we look at healthy models of collaboration and how they show up in parish ministry. WITNESSES & MARTYRS: SOME Feminine models OF MINISTRY Dr. Daniel J. Luby, S.T.L., S.T.D. A Among Jesus closest disciples, three Marys provide us with inspiring and somewhat surprising models for ministry. Practical applications of the example of these three women of Scripture, and dialogue with other conference participants will enrich your own approach to ministry. Also being presented in Session VII BEING FAITHFul AND SUCCESSFul Leland D. Nagel A115 Participants will gain insights, participate in creative activities, and engage in unique approaches to the on-going formation of catechists on the human, spiritual and intellectual level. This is methodology for the formation of catechists as disciples who take on apprentices. Also being presented in Session IV III-14 III-15 Forgive ME FAther FOR I HAve SINNED. why CONFession? Lucas Pollice, MTS Ballroom A1 This breakout session will give a scriptural defense of the Sacrament of Penance and also show why the confession of serious sin to a priest is not only necessary but also how the regular practice of confession is such a great gift and grace in our ongoing conversion and growth in holiness. An ideal session for DREs, catechists, parents, those involved in sacramental preparation, and for anyone who wants to be holy! Also being presented in Session IX REAch YOUR YOUNG PEOPLE (Junior HIGH/ high SCHOOL) - GUARANTEED Anna Scally A Jesus knew exactly how to work in different cultures. Why don t we discover these gems of wisdom in our ministry with young people? Discover the most effective ways to make the Gospel relevant to teens in honorable new ways! Capture the enthusiasm and energy of our teens as they take on leadership in ministry. Discover how the everyday music they listen to can help you connect with them on key issues in their lives. This works! Guaranteed. Also being presented in Session VII III-12 TEAching ON TOUGH ISSUES: PRActicAL tips FOR HELPING GOD S PEOPLE EMBRAce his CHALLENGING TRUTHS Ken Ogorek A308 III-16 BIBLICAL LITERAcy MADE EAsy Brian Singer-Towns, MThS A310 Every teacher, catechist, and minister is called to foster biblical literacy in the people we minister to. But are we clear about what our goals should be for this task? This workshop will introduce the A, B, C s of biblical literacy, an easy to follow structure to guide your efforts. 15

16 Session Descriptions IV-01 IV-02 IV-03 Also being presented in Session VIII Session IV 3:00 4:00 PM DISCIPLESHIP-shAPED MINISTRY WITH teens AND YOUNG ADULTS Jim Beckman A The whole aim of the Church is to evangelize and catechize, and for those who work with young people it is our central task. What is the difference between a follower of Christ and a disciple? And how do we make disciples of the young people that we work with? This session gets to the heart of discipleship ministry with young people, revealing the earmarks and tools for effective discipleship, and the key ingredients necessary to walk with young people into owned and lived faith. Also being presented in Session III LEADING WITH SOUL Dr. Lee G. Bolman, Ph.D. Ballroom A4 To prevail in the face of violence, homelessness, malaise, and many other spiritual challenges of modern life, we need a vision of leadership rooted in the enduring sense of human wisdom, spirit, and heart. We need a new generation of seekers. We need a revolution in how we think about and develop leaders. Most management and leadership development programs ignore or demean spirit. They desperately need an infusion of spiritual forms such as poetry, literature, music, art, theater, history, philosophy, and dance. If we do this, we can help individuals reclaim their hearts, souls, and spirits and they will be prepared to share their own gifts from the heart. AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION: POSITIVE BEHAviorAL SUPPORTS FOR CAtholic schools Dr. Michael J. Boyle, Ph.D. A Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is a powerful process to create a system of supports to prevent problem behaviors before they occur. This session will present the PBIS framework and give a specific focus on implementation in Catholic schools. Also being presented in Session III IV-05 IV-06 IV-07 IV-08 share your experiences and questions related to ministry to the bereaved. you WANT IT WHEN? Sr. Carol Cimino, SSJ, Ed.D. A This presentation covers several issues that confront the school secretary, including the prioritization of work, dealing with salespersons, some legal issues, and keeping it all together. WORKING TOGETHER TO HELP CHILDREN shine AND GROW: THE PAstor/PRINCIPAL relationship Rev. Abelardo Cobos Gómez & Danny Brogee A115 Rev. Abelardo Cobos is Pastor of Resurrection Catholic community, church and school and has worked together with principal Danny Brogee for four years. When they began their journey in Catholic education, Resurrection had an enrollment of about 69 students and was in danger of being closed down; however in one year, they were able to increase enrollment by 75%. According to the University of Notre Dame, one in every five Catholic schools has closed since In this session, Rev. Abelardo and Danny Brogee will share their experiences of how they took a struggling inner city Catholic school in Houston, Texas, and saved it from becoming one of these statistics. THEY SAID WHAT? HOW NOT TO TEAch THE CAtholic FAITH Marlon De La Torre, M.A., M.Ed. A308 Marlon De La Torre will reveal common errors most catechists and religion teachers make when teaching the faith and what key catechetical methods will help to effectively avoid these errors when handing on the faith to others. CONTINUING THE FAITH-ALIVE WALK Dr. Elinor Ford Ballroom A3 This session will be a follow-up of the keynote describing in more detail how the great Catholic school personnel can motivate and energize both themselves and the students to be faith-alive in a culture that at best ignores and at worst negates the values that their ministry promotes. PRIEST FAculties AND PRENUPTIAL PAPERWORK PROCESSING IN THE DALLAS diocese Margaret Gillett A The session will cover, in general, the newly issued Faculties for the Priests of the Diocese of Dallas and, in particular, those faculties relating to marriage. The presentation will concentrate on the paperwork aspect of preparing a couple in the Dallas diocese for marriage, whether the wedding will occur in the Dallas diocese or outside the Dallas diocese. Time will be provided for questions during and/or after the session. Also being presented in Session VIII IV-04 CULTURAL COMPETENCE IN BereAvement ministry AND GRIEF SUPPORT Linda M. Cherek, RN, MSW, LICSW, FT A301 Our American culture may be unintentionally ethnocentric in understanding, describing and dealing with the reality of death and bereavement due in part to an absence of a conscious awareness of the realities of people from other cultures. Catholic rituals around death and dying are universal, however, bereavement support within the church/parish setting following death has typically not been supported across all cultural groups. This program will explore the cultural bereavement rituals of ethnic groups within our church, the role evangelization plays in bereavement, and how to develop faith-based grief support. Come prepared to IV-09 16

17 Session Descriptions IV-10 IV-11 IV-12 IV-13 PRESENTS OR PRESENCE: GOD S PROMISES AND OUR EXpectAtions Gene Giuliano, M.A. A310 In Sacred Scripture the primary question about God is not, Does God exist? The primary question is, Is God with us or not? The biblical witness is that our God is a God of promise. But what is it that God promises? And do our expectations match what is promised? It is all about presents or presence as this session reflects on the nature of the gift God offers and on the depth of our desire to want it and to accept it. Also being presented in Session VI TEENS STANDING STRONG IN A SEX-crAZED world Sheree Whitters Havlik A Our students are bombarded with wrongful sexual messages. The consequences of immoral sexual conduct can be devastating and last a lifetime. We must counter these pressures. We can guide and encourage our youth to live chastely, as God wants them to and help those that are already sexually active to start over, regain their self-respect, and find peace in God s forgiveness. Also being presented in Session VI CARING FOR EAch other even unto DEAth: WHAT DO THE ETHICAL AND RELIGIOUS directives FOR CAtholic HEALTH CARE services HAve TO SAY Dr. Marie T. Hilliard, BSN, MS, MA, JCL, PhD, RN, DM Ballroom A2 This session will provide the attendees with an overview of the Catholic Church s moral guidance on end-oflife care, particularly what constitutes ordinary versus extraordinary means of preserving life. The session will concentrate on the framework for decision-making on the withholding/withdrawing treatment that represents a disproportionate burden to the patient. The newly approved USCCB document To Live Each Day with Dignity exposing the myth that assisted suicide is a compassionate choice, will be discussed. The session will explore the foundational Catholic moral teaching pertaining to suffering, understand Church teaching of providing nutrition and hydration to those unable to ingest them orally, and apply the bioethical concepts contained in the ERDs. Becoming HUMAN: THE FINAL Frontier James McGill A The question of what it means to be human confronts all of us throughout our lives. Some contend that humanity can be reduced to biological or chemical or political or economic categories while others see human nature as completely transcending history, culture, gender and existing in a realm of pure objectivity. In this talk we will strive to find a balance between the relativists and the absolutists. Physical, cultural and historical categories will be in dialogue with philosophical and theological ones to allow us to IV-14 IV-15 IV-16 IV-17 IV-18 understand in a fuller way what it means to be human and especially from a Christian perspective. Also being presented in Session VII CONNECTING THE DOTS: THE FAITH community AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE Debra Mitchell-Ibe A117 This interactive workshop will examine the dynamics of domestic violence, the affects of domestic violence on families, interventions and how to create a safety plan. BEING FAITHFul AND SUCCESSFul Leland D. Nagel A130 Participants will gain insights, participate in creative activities, and engage in unique approaches to the on-going formation of catechists on the human, spiritual and intellectual level. This is methodology for the formation of catechists as disciples who take on apprentices. Also being presented in Session III Junior HIGH/HIGH SCHOOL PRAyer the other SIX AND A HALF DAys OF THE WEEK Anna Scally A As a Church, we have exactly what young people are searching for; why are some of them not hearing this? It may be easier than you think. Imagine the possibilities of helping teens pray more meaningfully. Discover an approach that gets teens excited about their spiritual journey and praying. Finish this workshop with proven principles to challenge teens to lead prayer, participate actively in retreats, classroom, and ministry settings. As a bonus to you, watch your conversation with God become more alive as well! Also being presented in Session VIII LEADING PARISH BIBle STUDY Brian Singer-Towns, MThS A304 Our people are hungry for the Word of God and parish Bible studies are flourishing. Brian Singer-Towns will share his secrets for successful Bible studies with all ages learned over the last fifteen years and ask you to do the same. Together you ll look at how to get started, different formats, and available resources. Also being presented in Session VII SAcrAMENTS FOR TODAY S CAtechist AND teacher Joyce Springer A131 Joyce Springer, author of the new book Handbook of Sacraments for Today s Catechist, brings experience in both Catholic parishes and schools. Presenting a clear and accessible introduction to all seven sacraments, this workshop offers hands-on learning for participants, including echo-stories, parables, crafts and interviews. This workshop will give you interactive ideas that you can use immediately with the families and children in your school or religious education classes. This 17

18 Session Descriptions workshop is appropriate for anyone working with children of ages K-8. Also being presented in Session VII IV-19 TEN COMMANDMENTS: A CAtholic GUIDE TO A MORAL LIFE Rev. Msgr. Peter J. Vaghi Ballroom A1 Rev. Msgr. Peter Vaghi will address the ten commandments using a three-pronged approach for each of the commandments. First, the focus will be on the Jewish understanding of the commandment; second, he will treat the effect of the Christ event on each commandment how it is that Christ came to fulfill the commandment; and finally, he will list some practical and pastoral implications of each commandment for our time. The talk is based on his new book, The Commandments We Keep: A Catholic Guide to living a Moral Life. Session V 4:30 5:30 PM V-01 PARENTS AS PARTNERS: WORKING TOGETHER IN Forming FAITH WITH YOUTH Mary Lee Becker A130 How might parents embrace their role as primary catechists with passion and pride? What will help to prepare, empower and support parents in their critical role of domestic church? Discover how the stages of family life, stages of adolescent development, and stages of faith formation intertwine and provide insight for understanding the intergenerational catechetical dynamics of families with youth. Learn three key activities research has shown will strengthen faith in families. Also being presented in Session VI V-02 TRYING TECHNOLOGY TO DISCOVER theology: A TOOL OR A TRAP? Rev. Jason Cargo A In the last couple of years, an explosion of new media has led to a revolution in communication. Blogging, texting, apps., google, and messaging have become part of our everyday lexicon. How does the Church view this tecne revolution and what are the implications for a society starved for spiritual meaning? We will discuss the tools and traps of using technology to speak of God, using Pope Benedict s messages on World Communication Day as a launch pad. We will look practically at what tools are currently providing platforms for evangelization, prayer, and catechesis. V-03 LITURGY AND CAtechesis: Forging THE link Dr. Carole Eipers, D.Min. Ballroom A3 The National Directory for Catechesis reminds us that Catechesis both precedes the Liturgy and springs from it. We will explore the relationship between liturgy and catechesis and consider: how does our catechizing prepare people for participation in the liturgy and encourage them to reflect on and to live what we celebrate? V-04 TRULY WALKING TOGETHER IN FAITH, TRULY Becoming A MULTICULTURAL PARISH Santiago Fernández A117 Have you discovered a growing Hispanic presence in your faith community? Have you been wondering how to prepare liturgies that truly honor, celebrate and embrace everyone s giftedness? In this session, Santiago will share his experience working with multicultural communities, planning inclusive and welcoming multicultural liturgies and using bilingual music to effectively bring people together in their journey of faith. V-05 BE PERFect AS YOUR HEAvenly FAther IS perfect : IS Jesus SERIOUS? Gene Giuliano, M.A. A310 In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus calls his hearers to Be perfect as your heavenly Father is perfect. Can He be serious? Does the New Testament portrait of Christian discipleship present an ideal that is impossible to attain? This session takes a hard look at the reasonableness of the New Testament call to a life of perfection. Also being presented in Session VII V-06 THE CROSS AS TRANSFormAtion Dr. Greer G. Gordon A131 Across the cultural, economic and educational spectrum, people appear to be suffering from hopelessness. Overwhelmed, this hopelessness many have fallen into depression or depraved behaviors. As Christians, we claim to be heirs to a promise that overcomes death. We profess that, through the death and resurrection of Christ, our loss has been transformed and redeemed. This session addresses the continuing need to unfold the meaning of the cross for a suffering world and offers insights into the necessity of teaching the enigma of the cross as a sign of hope. For in the midst of the darkness and despair, there is the transforming light of the resurrected crucified Christ. This session is recommended for those engaged in the ministries of evangelization, catechesis, pastoral care, youth, young adult, and small faith communities. V-07 THE Five NON-negotiABLES Sheree Whitters Havlik A This presentation addresses the Church teachings on the five non-negotiables: abortion, euthanasia, stem cell research, cloning, and same-sex marriage. Society and the media can make us believe what is intrinsically wrong is really right. We are blessed that our Church not only takes a stand for what is right, but also provides us with the knowledge to do what is right through the Catechism and encyclicals, guiding us through difficult situations in life. Understanding the teachings gives us confidence in our own decisions and the ability to support others through similar difficult decisions. Also being presented in Session VIII 18

19 Session Descriptions V-08 THE CHURCH RESPONDING TO THE PARABle OF THE GOOD SAMARITAN: INTRODUCTION to THE ETHICAL AND RELIGIOUS DIRECTIVES FOR CAtholic HEALTH CARE SERVICES Dr. Marie T. Hilliard, BSN, MS, MA, JCL, PhD, RN, DM Ballroom A2 The Catholic Church is not only the largest nongovernmental sponsor of health care in the United States, but also the oldest sponsor of organized health care in the world. A historical perspective of the Church s ministry will be presented, with an explanation of how the Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services provides the framework for the Church s social, spiritual, and professional responsibilities in ministry to the sick. The session will show how Catholic teaching is actualized through health care, recognize the impact of secular relativism and apply the bioethical concepts contained in the ERDs. V-09 GRAY HAIR IS THE CROWN OF GLORY: AGING AND THE ELDERLY IN THE BIBLE Angeline Hubert A304 As those 65 and older become the fastest growing segment of the U. S. population, issues of aging and the elderly are coming to the fore. Historically, wisdom has been associated with elders. How can today s elders use their wisdom to build the community? How do we as a Catholic, Christian community respond to the elders in our midst? What insights on aging and the elderly can we find in scripture? This session will explore how the wisdom found in the Bible can offer guidance for our response to the golden years. Also being presented in Session IX V-10 SUPPORTING THE PAstorAL AND SAcrAMENTAL MISSIONS OF THE CAtholic church IN THE MODERN WORLD - developing LEADERSHIP IN FINANCIAL ADMINISTRAtion FOR OUR DIOCESES, PARISHES AND SCHOOLS Dcn. William A. Koniers A115 Our 2,000 year-old Church is in critical need today of helping our pastors, school administrators and archbishops/bishops to be good stewards of the resources entrusted to their care. Deacon Koniers will outline his recent experiences and successes in providing accountability, transparency and good internal controls that are the building blocks of developing efficient faith-based organizations. Clergy, religious, parishioners, schools parents and lay employees of the Church will learn how information is the basis for which good decisions are made. Also being presented in Session IX V-11 WHY DO WE DO THAT?: REFlections ON THE role OF RITUAL IN CAtholic LIFE Dr. Daniel J. Luby, S.T.L., S.T.D. A305 The ritual density of Catholic life permeates everything we do. Join in a dialogue with fellow pilgrims on the journey of faith to explore some of the ways ritual enhances our commitment to Christ and deepens our service of his people. Also being presented in Session VI V-12 UNDERSTANDING CONTEMPORARY ART & ITS place IN WORSHIP Linda McCray, MFA, ACLS A To pass our beliefs to future generations, we need to communicate to everyone, especially our youth, in our contemporary visual language. This session will help you understand and explore new ways to translate our rich symbolism, traditions and beliefs into vibrant contemporary art. Learn ways to introduce art catechesis to broaden understanding of new forms of expression, regardless of age differences and personal journeys. Let s draw on the power of our art to create awe inspiring worship space to foster prayer. Also being presented in Session VII V-13 WHAT DOES THE CAtholic CHURCH TEAch ABout EVOLUTION? Dr. John Norris A This presentation will look at contemporary Catholic considerations of evolutionary theory. A primary source will be the Vatican s International Theological Commission s document, Communion and Stewardship: Human Persons Created in the Image of God. We will look at the history of evolutionary theory and the theological response and critique of Darwinism, as well as the current state of biology concerning the origins of life, particularly of humanity. We will examine challenges posed to traditional Catholic doctrines of creation and humanity while examining the nature of science and theology and their legitimate boundaries. We will attempt to see how Catholics can both preserve the doctrine of the Church while acknowledging the truth of scientific theory. V-14 OFFER IT UP! WHAT IS REDEMPTIVE suffering AND WHY DO WE Believe IN IT? Lucas Pollice, MTS Ballroom A1 Using Scripture and Blessed Pope John Paul II s Apostolic Letter, On the Christian Meaning of Human Suffering, this breakout session will explore redemptive suffering and give a scriptural and theological explanation of how our own suffering can be redemptive and move us to a greater love for others. An ideal session for anyone involved in adult faith formation, RCIA, apologetics, catechesis, or anyone wants to transform suffering in their lives to become an occasion for holiness. Also being presented in Session VI V-15 TRICKS OF THE TRADE 2011 EDITION Joyce Springer A301 Joyce has always been one of our most popular speakers because she shares fun, creative ideas for 19

20 Session Descriptions Catholic school teachers and parish catechists of grades K-8. Joyce exudes enthusiasm for sharing faith in this participative workshop that will provide you with handson activities to take home and use immediately. For this year s workshop, Joyce has developed all new ideas, so that those of you who have heard her before can come back for the 2011 edition of great ideas! Also being presented in Session IX V-16 KNOW YOUR Audience-understANDING some OF THE MOST COMMON DISABILITIES children AND EDUCAtors ARE FAced WITH IN THE CLAssroom SETTING Melissa Waldon, M.S. A K-8 educators, come join us for a fun, interactive time of exploration on getting to know your students. Together we ll reexamine the basics of some common disabilities and take a look at what is deemed fair and unfair practices in the school setting. We ll briefly discuss our responsibilities as educators to Catholic Social Teaching. Most importantly, we ll share ideas on specific, practical strategies that teachers can use in their classrooms. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29 Session VI 10:15 11:15 AM VI-01 PARENTS AS PARTNERS: WORKING TOGETHER IN Forming FAITH WITH YOUTH Mary Lee Becker A How might parents embrace their role as primary catechists with passion and pride? What will help to prepare, empower and support parents in their critical role of domestic church? Discover how the stages of family life, stages of adolescent development, and stages of faith formation intertwine and provide insight for understanding the intergenerational catechetical dynamics of families with youth. Learn three key activities research has shown will strengthen faith in families. Also being presented in Session V VI-02 VI-03 PRESENTS OR PRESENCE: GOD S PROMISES AND OUR EXpectAtions Gene Giuliano, M.A. A310 In Sacred Scripture the primary question about God is not, Does God exist? The primary question is, Is God with us or not? The biblical witness is that our God is a God of promise. But what is it that God promises? And do our expectations match what is promised? It is all about presents or presence as this session reflects on the nature of the gift God offers and on the depth of our desire to want it and to accept it. Also being presented in Session IV PART 1: CURRENT ISSUES AND TRENDS TO Focus ON TO Build AN EXceptionAL BOARD FOR A NEW AGE Dr. Regina M. Haney Ballroom A3 VI-04 VI-05 VI-06 VI-07 Exceptional boards for a new age require members to give emphasize to four aspects of their role. They must be mission-driven, nurture a co-operative relationship with the head and others, plan for the board s work as well as setting the school s direction, and provide the necessary revenue streams and other resources to ensure the school s vitality. This session will give practical tips and best practices from exceptional boards related to these four aspects of the members role. Participants will have opportunities to share their success stories as well. Please Note: As a two part talk, this presentation continues into Session VII without a break. TEENS STANDING STRONG IN A SEX-crAZED world Sheree Whitters Havlik A308 Our students are bombarded with wrongful sexual messages. The consequences of immoral sexual conduct can be devastating and last a lifetime. We must counter these pressures. We can guide and encourage our youth to live chastely, as God wants them to and help those that are already sexually active to start over, regain their self-respect, and find peace in God s forgiveness. Also being presented in Session IV WHY DO WE DO THAT?: REFlections ON THE role OF RITUAL IN CAtholic LIFE Dr. Daniel J. Luby, S.T.L., S.T.D. A The ritual density of Catholic life permeates everything we do. Join in a dialogue with fellow pilgrims on the journey of faith to explore some of the ways ritual enhances our commitment to Christ and deepens our service of his people. Also being presented in Session V OFFER IT UP! WHAT IS REDEMPTIVE suffering AND WHY DO WE Believe IN IT? Lucas Pollice, MTS A131 Using Scripture and Blessed Pope John Paul II s Apostolic Letter, On the Christian Meaning of Human Suffering, this breakout session will explore redemptive suffering and give a scriptural and theological explanation of how our own suffering can be redemptive and move us to a greater love for others. An ideal session for anyone involved in adult faith formation, RCIA, apologetics, catechesis, or anyone wants to transform suffering in their lives to become an occasion for holiness. Also being presented in Session V CAtechist AS WITNESS: EMBRAcing Jesus, the WAY, TRUTH AND THE LIFE Dr. Diana Dudoit Raiche, Ph.D. Arena God calls; we respond. That is how one starts out as a catechetical leader. Yet as leaders in the church s catechetical ministry, we never fully arrive. We are always on our way to becoming a new and better 20

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