1 PARISH LEADERSHIP/ EVANGELIZATION DAY 2009 Evangelizing for Parish Leadership Saturday, February 7, 2009 Maria High School 6727 South California Avenue Chicago, IL Archdiocese of Chicago Sponsored by: Archdiocesan Office for Councils Ms. Rita Kattner, D-MIN / Director Office for Evangelization Fr. Jordan Kelly, O.P. / Director Blending Faith, Knowledge and Skills to Transform Parishes Since 1984
4 WELCOME Dear Friends, Give yourself a gift by taking time away from your busy life and join your fellow priests, religious, parish staffs and leaders, and interested parishioners from around the Archdiocese of Chicago at Parish Leadership/ Evangelization Day 2009 Unity in Diversity: The Church Speaks To The World on Saturday, February 7, 2009, at Maria High School, 6727 S. California Avenue, Chicago, IL. (See the registration page for early registration discount information.) This day is a great opportunity for parish staffs and parishioners to gather together to pray and gain new knowledge and skills to transform their parishes and society. Here are some of the day s opportunities: (optional) Come early and have a conversation with other parish leaders 7:15 to 8:00 a.m.; Listen to the Keynote address by renowned international evangelist, Héctor Antonio Molina, Jr.; Dialogue with Francis Cardinal George over lunch; Attend over 90 workshops (many new, never presented before) given in English, Spanish, and Polish by qualified, experienced presenters in the areas of Mission/Evangelization, PPC Training, Worship, Service, and Learning/Formation; Visit many exhibitors representing external vendors and Archdiocesan agencies; Worship at the Closing Liturgy with Celebrant, Francis Cardinal George OMI, and Homilist, Harold Burke-Sivers, founder of Aurem Cordis, who promise to send you off inspired to do God's work in your parish and community. Please take some time and share this brochure with your Council, Evangelization team, commissions, organizations, or interested parishioners. Please pass it on to others if you are no longer involved. It is very important that your parish send as large a group of people as possible to Parish Leadership/Evangelization Day. It makes a greater difference in the life of a parish when a number of people attend and share their stories of inspiration and learning. We encourage parish groups to attend different workshops in order to multiply their experiences. Your registration packet will contain suggestions on how to share what you experienced and discern how your parish can benefit. Join us on Saturday, February 7, 2009, to blend faith, knowledge, and skills within a community of parish leaders, serving together to bring people closer to Christ! Peace, Rita Kattner, D-Min., Director - Archdiocesan Office for Councils Rev. Jordan Kelly, OP, Director - Office for Evangelization PARISH LEADERSHIP/EVANGELIZATION DAY 2009 COMMITTEE MEMBERS Bert Austin, St. Mary-Riverside Tony Baran, St. Christina Alberta Bowles, St. Martin de Porres Jim Boyd, Divine Providence John Buchanan, St. Felicitas Javier Castillo, St. Francis DeSales Liz Cole, St. Patrick-Lake Forest Avis Coleman, St. Basil-Visitation Mary Ann Costello, Holy Name Cathedral Barbara Cottrell, St. Martin De Porres Barbara Croker, Office for Councils Mary Jo Cronin, St. Julie Billiart General Co-Chairs: Dennis Marks, St. Edmund and Steve Kubiczky, St. Mary- Riverside Carina De La Torre, Office for Evangelization Julia Doloszycki, St. Bernardine Ann Dynako Kubiczky, St. Mary-Riverside Peter Foote, St. Barnabas Mary Pat Foss, St. George - Tinley Park Rev. Casimir Garbacz, Office for European Catholics Peter Goschy, St. Jerome Robert Heiner, St. Benedict-Irving Park Dave Himpelman, St. Dismas Joyana Jacoby, Office for Peace & Justice Mary Jeans, St. Odilo Rev. Jordan Kelly, OP, Office for Evangelization Rita Kattner, Office for Councils Don Killelea, St. Christopher Tom Kinsella, St. Teresa of Avila Howard Kovochich, St. Hubert Fr. Michael Michelini, St. Adalbert Jeff Nowicki, Divine Providence Roy Postel, St. Pascal Mary Jane Riopelle, St. Irenaeus Catherine Rondinelli, Office for Councils Mary Ann Rosso, St. Francis Borgia Joe Russo, St. Rosalie Eustolia Sandoval, St. George-Chicago Elena Segura, Office for Peace & Justice Chuck and Mary Shilney, St.Symphorosa Anthony and Wendy Silos, St. George-Chicago Doug Stearns, Office for Evangelization Alan Stryczek, St. Gertrude Silvia Tellez, St. Jerome Ellen Tomasek, Our Lady of the Wayside Tony Towey, St. Stephen Protomartyr Marie Uriostequi, St. Maria Goretti Sandy Wasinski, St. Julie Billiart-Tinley Park Tom Weirath, St. Benedict-Irving Park Deacon Dan Welter, St. Josaphat Bern and Marie Wheel, St. Catherine of Siena-St. Lucy
5 KEYNOTE SPEAKER FOR PARISH LEADERSHIP/EVANGELIZATION DAY 2009 Héctor Antonio Molina, Jr. DIRECTOR, ARCHDIOCESE OF ST. LOUIS, MO. OFFICE OF THE NEW EVANGELIZATION Héctor Antonio Molina, Jr. is a dynamic and much sought after bilingual lay Catholic speaker and Evangelist, who, for nearly 20 years has ministered the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the teachings of the Catholic faith throughout the United States, Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean. From the age of 15, Héctor has devoted his life to responding to Pope John Paul II s call for a New Evangelization. For eleven years he served as Pastoral Associate at the historic St. John the Baptist Parish in his home Diocese of Brooklyn. In 2003, he was appointed by then Archbishop Justin Rigali to serve as Director of Hispanic Ministry for the Archdiocese of Saint Louis. In June of 2007, the Most Reverend Archbishop Raymond Leo Burke appointed Héctor to serve as founding Director of the recently established Archdiocesan Office of the New Evangelization. HOMILIST FOR PARISH LEADERSHIP/EVANGELIZATION DAY 2009 Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers, FOUNDER AND DIRECTOR OF AUREM CORDIS Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers is the Founder and Director of Aurem Cordis, a Christian evangelization and apologetics organization dedicated to the dissemination and promotion of Catholic values, principles, and teaching in complete faithfulness and total submission to Holy Scripture, Sacred Tradition, and the Magisterium. The goal of this apostolate is to bring as many people as possible to a deeper love of Christ and the Gospel by sharing the truth of the Catholic faith in love. Deacon Harold is active in giving lectures, retreats, and seminars in numerous parishes, on college campuses, and at workshops and conferences nationally and internationally. He has appeared in Envoy and The Domestic Church magazines, and on many national radio programs, including Catholic Answers Live, Catholic Connection, Kresta in the Afternoon, Across the Nation, and Catholic Bookmarks. He has been featured on the Eternal Word Television Network's "Life on the Rock," "EWTN Live," and hosts "Behold the Man," an EWTN series on male spirituality. Deacon Harold s numerous publications, audio-video library, and E-Store can be accessed through his website:
6 PARISH LEADERSHIP/EVANGELIZATION DAY 2009 AGENDA 7:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. Registration, Breakfast in Cafeteria (available for purchase) 7:15 a.m. 8:00 a.m. (optional) Conversation with other Parish Leaders 8:15 a.m. Welcome and Gathering Prayer - Auditorium 8:45 a.m. 10:00 a.m. English Keynote Address by Héctor Antonio Molina, Jr.. 8:45 a.m. 10:00 a.m. Spanish: Taller A 10:15 a.m. 11:30 a.m. Spanish Keynote by Héctor Antonio Molina, Jr.- Auditorium 10:15 a.m. 11:30 a.m. Workshop A (English and Polish) 11:40 a.m. 12:55 p.m. Lunch/Dialogue with Cardinal George 1:10 p.m. 2:25 p.m. Workshop B (All Languages) 2:40 p.m. 3:55 p.m. Workshop C (All Languages) 3:55 p.m. Gather for Eucharist (Priests who wish to concelebrate bring alb and stole) 4:10 p.m. Eucharist (Cardinal George) Homilist: (Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers) 5:15 p.m. Departure D I A D E L I D E R A Z G O A G E N D A D E L D I A 7:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. Inscripción, Desayuno en la Cafetería. 7:15 a.m. 8:00 a.m. (opcional) Conversacion con lideres de parroquias 8:15 a.m. Bienvenida y Oración 8:45 a.m. 10:00 a.m. Conferencista: Héctor Antonio Molina, Jr. 8:45 a.m. 10:00 a.m. (En Español: Taller A- 8:45 a.m.- 10:00 a.m.) 10:15 a.m. 11:30 a.m. Conferencia en Español con el Héctor Antonio Molina, Jr 10:15 a.m. 11:30 a.m. Taller A (Polaco e Ingles) 11:40 a.m. 12:55 p.m. Lonche con el Cardenal George 1:10 p.m. 2:25 p.m. Taller B (En todos los Idiomas) 2:40 p.m. 3:55 p.m. Taller C (En todos los Idiomas) 3:55 p.m. Reunión para la Eucaristía (Los sacerdotes que deseen concelebrar la misa favor de traer su alba y estola) 4:10 p.m. Eucaristía (Cardenal George) Homilista: (Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers) 5:15 p.m. Salida P R O G R A M D N I A R A D P A R A F I A L N Y C H :00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. Rejestracja, Êniadanie w barze samoobslugowym 7:15 a.m. 8:00 a.m. (obecnoÿÿ nieobowiÿzkowa) Moÿliwoÿÿ dyskusji z czÿonkami rad parafialnych 8:15 a.m. Przywitanie i wspólne modlitwy 8:45 a.m. 10:00 a.m. Glówny prelegent: Héctor Antonio Molina, Jr. mówiç bedzie w jezyku angielskim. 10:15 a.m. 11:30 a.m. Przemówienie Héctor Antonio Molina, Jr. w jezyku hiszpanskim 10:15 a.m. 11:30 a.m. Wyklad w jezyku polskim 11:40 a.m. 12:55 p.m. Posilek poludniowy z Kardynalem George. 1:10 p.m. 2:25 p.m. Wyklady B (we wszystkich jezykach) 2:40 p.m. 3:55 p.m. Wyklady C (we wszystkich jezykach) 3:55 p.m. Przygotowanie do Mszy swi tej Ksieza, (którzy chca brac udzial w koncelebrze niech przyniosa swoje alby i stuly) 4:10 p.m. Msza Êwi ta Kardynal George Homili wyglosi Ks. Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers 5:15 p.m. Zakonczenie.
7 PARISH LEADERSHIP/EVANGELIZATION DAY 2009 WORKSHOPS TALLER A (Spanish): 8:45 10:00 A.M. Those who wish to attend Spanish-only workshops for the first session may do so between 8:45 10:00 a.m., while Héctor Antonio Molina, Jr. is giving the Keynote Address in English. You are then invited to hear Héctor Antonio Molina, Jr. repeat the Keynote Address in Spanish at 10:15 a.m. in the Auditorium. (Spanish workshops in the B and C workshop sessions are at the regular times.) Las personas que gusten asistir a los talleres que son solamente en Español de la primera sesión pueden hacerlo entre 8:45 10:00 a.m., al mismo tiempo estará Héctor Antonio Molina, Jr. dando su plática en Inglés. Consecutivamente usted esta invitado escuchar al Héctor Antonio Molina, Jr. repitiendo su plática en Español a las 10:15 a.m. en el Auditorio. (Talleres en Español en las sesiones B y C serán a la hora regular.) A1. Elementos básicos para una espiritualidad hispana - La espiritualidad hispana es un tesoro de la Iglesia que se ha conservado mediante el catolicismo popular y la práctica pública de esa fe. De qué manera viven estas expresiones en nosotros y hacen posible la Iglesia de hoy y de mañana? Miguel Arias, Senior Editor, Spanish Media at Loyola Press. A2. Ser Discipulos y Misioneros - Nuestra reflexión quiere promover el encuentro con la persona viva de Jesucristo, pues el reto fundamental que afrontamos es mostrar la capacidad de la iglesia para promover y formar discipulos y misioneros que respondan a la vocación recibida y comuniquen por donde quiera, con desborde de gratitud y alegria, el don del encuentro con Jesucristo. (V CELAM, Aparecida, 14). Sr. Obispo Gustavo Garcia-Siller, MSpS is the Episcopal Vicar for Vicariate V of the Archdiocese of Chicago. A3. El poder de la procesion: Nuevas Ideas - Desde la entrada de Jesús en Jerusalén estamos de pie y caminando. Rev. Donald Headley forma parte del Comite del Cardinal, San Miguelito, La Merced, ILP, ensena en el program de Diaconado y es miembro de los Sacerdotes Pro-Immigrantes. A4. Discipulado y Misión: Un Estudio del Documento de Aparecida de la Conferencia Episcopal de Latino America (CELAM) Este documento nos exhorta a recomenzar nuestra vida cristiana desde Cristo, reconociendo que no se comienza a ser cristiano por una decisión ética o una gran idea, sino por el encuentro con un acontecimiento, con una Persona, que da un nuevo horizonte a la vida, y, con ello, una orientación decisiva. El Padre Carmelo Mendez es un Sacerdote ordenado para el Servicio de la Arquidiocesis de Chicago. El actualmente es Párroco de la parróquia Santa Eulalia en Maywood Illinois. El posée una Maestría en Teología de la Universidad Santa Maria del Lago/Seminario en Mundelein y una Maestría en Sociología de la Universidad San Vicente DePaulen Chicago. El área de interés del Padre Carmelo es la Sociología de la Religión y Estudios Latino Americanos. A5. Discipulado y Misión del Pastoral Juveníl - La pastoral juveníl está ahí para la evangelización de los jóvenes. Está evangelización debe sumergirlos en la experiencia fundante de la fe. Jorge Rivera es Coordinador arquidiocesano del pastoral juvenil hispana. A6. Inmigrantes: Un Pueblo, Una Fe, Una Esperanza - Las leyes y sentimientos anti-inmigrantes aunmentan a pasos acelerados. Cual es el mensaje de Dios al pueblo inmigrante en este tiempo de incertidumbre? Como respondemos? Como enfrentamos la separación de familias por causa de detención y deportación? Como participamos en oración y acción hasta que pase la ley de inmigración? Elena Segura y Equipo. Elena es la directora de la Campana Catolica para Reforma Migratoria trabajando intensamente casi por 4 años. El equipo incluye representantes de los Sacerdotes Pro-Inmigrantes y Hernamas y Hermanos de Inmigrantes redes que estan creando los Centros Catolicos para Inmigrantes. A7. Unidad en el Consejo Parroquial Pastoral - La parroquia es una familia. Como familia, tenemos varias personalidades, con sus preferencias, costumbres, maneras, sueños. Para formar un CPP es necesario hacer un compromiso de grupo de respetar cada miembro para lograr la unidad entre la diversidad. Es también importante mantener la comunicación en el proceso de guiar la parroquia. En este taller compartiremos nuestra experiencia como familia spiritual. Padre Joseph Tito is Pastor of Our Lady of Mercy Parish. SESSION A WORKSHOPS: 10:15 11:30 A.M. MISSION A8. EVANGELIZING THROUGH SACRAMENTAL MOMENTS - Sacramental celebrations are times when we are in the presence of people who might be "occasional" Catholics. Using the Sacraments of Baptism and Marriage, this workshop will offer some very practical and useful strategies to stay connected to people after these sacraments have been celebrated. Rev. John Cusick is the Director of Young Adult Ministry for the Archdiocese of Chicago, a well-known speaker and author, in residence at Old St. Patrick s Church in Chicago, and was the Homilist for Parish Leadership Day A9. CATHOLICISM: WHAT S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN IT AND OTHER RELIGIONS? Understanding the fullness of the means of salvation and how we address the proselytizing efforts and misunderstandings of other churches. Rev. Nicholas Desmond is the Pastor at St. Aloysius Parish in Chicago and is the Dean of Deanery III-B. He is currently running a door-to-door phase of their comprehensive evangelization efforts. A10. WELCOMING THE STRANGER: EXPLAINING THE CHURCH S CALL FOR IMMIGRATION REFORM - The U.S. Catholic Church has always been a Church to welcome and support new immigrants. This workshop will explore the challenge to welcome and support the over 12 million undocumented immigrants living and working among us. Rev. Larry Dowling is the Pastor of St. Agatha Parish, Member of the Archdiocesan Anti-Racism Team, Consultor, Dean, active in support of immigration reform and social justice activities, and a writer and avid reader. A11. EVANGELIZING THROUGH PREACHING THAT REACHES THE HEARER - During this year of St. Paul, learn about the content and delivery of effective preaching done both in and out of the liturgy. Celebrate the power of God s Word fulfilled in our hearing. Rev. Richard Fragomeni is a priest of the diocese of Albany, New York, a professor of liturgy and preaching at Catholic Theological Union, and Rector of the Shrine of Our Lady of Pompeii.
8 PARISH LEADERSHIP/EVANGELIZATION DAY 2009 WORKSHOPS SESSION A WORKSHOPS: 10:15 11:30 A.M. MISSION (Continued) A12. THE LOVE OF CHRIST URGES US ON - JOY is found in serving Jesus, others, and then yourself. Consider in an energetic and fun fashion the variety of ways to have JOY, serving Him and the Church. Rev. Joseph Noonan is the Vocation Director of the Archdiocese of Chicago. Graziano Marcheschi is the Director of Lay Ministry for the Archdiocese of Chicago. A13. UNDERSTANDING THE MASS - The Mass can be looked at as a Sending Forth into the world to carry out the mission of Christ on our jobs, with our families, and in our communities. Gregory Pierce is President of ACTA Publications and author of The Mass is Never Ended: Rediscovering Our Mission to Transform the World. PPC TRAINING A14. UNITY IN DIVERSITY: CREATIVE TENSION BETWEEN PPC, FINANCE COUNCIL, AND SCHOOL BOARD - Parish Pastoral Councils are great for coming up with ways to spend money. Finance Councils are known for declaring there is no money to spend. The tension between them can be complementary if both have a good vision. If there is a school, this adds to the mix, as it is often fighting for survival. We will explore, based on actual experience, how all can work better together. Rev. Michael Ahlstrom was ordained a priest for the Archdiocese of Chicago in He has been the Pastor of St. Colette Parish in Rolling Meadows for 14 years. He is currently vicar for the Diaconate Community of the Archdiocese of Chicago. A15. KEEPING PARISH PASTORAL COUNCIL MEMBERS FORMED AND TRAINED - Skills, information, goals, and feedback are needed for effective leadership. Parish Pastoral Councils are called upon to lead the parish in carrying out the Mission of Christ in their homes and daily contacts. The ongoing formation for PPC members needed to bring this about in the parish is addressed in this workshop. Sr. Kay Buechele, OP has worked in forming and training Parish Pastoral Councils for many years. She is a team member of the Office for Councils Training the Trainers workshops. A16. POLARITY MANAGEMENT - This tool helps you to respond to issues that are ongoing and unsolvable. It is a tested way to build the big picture that can help make you and your Council more effective and inclusive leaders. Sr. Judith Cauley, CSJ is an Associate perintendent of Schools for the Archdiocese of Chicago with oversight for planning and school vitality. A17. PARISH PASTORAL COUNCILS AND PARISH EVANGELIZATION - What role does the PPC play in parish evangelization? The Pastor and Parish Pastoral Council members will share practical suggestions and experiences for enhancing parish evangelization efforts, working with the Parish Evangelization Team and other organizations and ministries. Rev. Larry Duris is Pastor of St. Philip Neri Parish. A18. MEDITATIONS OF OUR SOULS: PRAYER AND PARISH PASTORAL COUNCILS - How is prayer a part of the life of the members of the Pastoral Council? How are different prayer forms incorporated into the meetings and gatherings of the Pastoral Council? This workshop will offer suggestions for deepening the prayer life of the Council. C. Vanessa White is Assistant Professor of Spirituality and Director of the Tolton Program at Catholic Theological Union; Director of Spiritual Formation for the Institute of Black Catholic Studies at Xavier University of Louisiana; Adjunct Professor at Loyola Marymount University; and co-editor of the book Songs of Our Hearts and Meditations of Our Souls published by St. Anthony Messenger Press. SESSION A WORKSHOPS: 10:15 11:30 A.M. LEARNING/FORMATION A19. BRINGING THE FAITH TO LIFE AT HOME - Pass on the faith using creative and unique techniques to make faith development easy and fun. Learn new ways to bring Catholic faith values to the forefront of family life in this interactive session. Opal Easter is the RCIA Coordinator at Holy Name of Mary Parish. Debbie Finley and Cheryl Newson are catechists at St. Felicitas Parish A20. PLANNING ADULT FAITH FORMATION: CULTURAL SENSITIVITY - Planning for any group requires cultural sensitivity, from the invitation, to the content, and to the style in which the event is conducted. The Office for Catechesis and Youth Ministry has been helping parishes plan events for a very long time and our experts can give practical suggestions for putting Adult Faith Formation in place properly and working with Hispanic, African-American, and mainstream American cultures. Frank Koob, Pat Redington, Juan Carlos Farias Gonzalez, and Mary Norfleet-Johnson are all staff members of the Archdiocesan Office for Catechesis and Youth Ministry. All have experience implementing successful adult faith formation in the parish communities they serve. A21. EVANGELIZING OUR YOUTH: REACHING THE UNREACHABLE - How do you engage and motivate youth as a Church today? A panel of young people will explain how they have benefited from parish programs and how they experience Church. Theological reflection will provide the basis to reach out and serve youth, especially those most in need. Rev. Bruce Wellems, CMF, is Pastor of Holy Cross /Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish in the Back of the Yards neighborhood on the near southwest side of Chicago. He has been working with a dedicated lay staff and youth at-risk for 18 years at this site. A22. A NO-COST MARKETING PLAN FOR YOUR CATHOLIC SCHOOL - Need more students for your parish school but don t have much money to spend on marketing/publicity? This parish-based marketing plan will boost your enrollment while costing you little or nothing out of pocket. A free copy will be provided to all participants, and we will discuss how to implement. Rev. Bill Zimmer is a priest of the Archdiocese of Chicago. He has many years of experience working in and with Catholic schools in Anglo, Hispanic, and African-American communities. He has a passion for Catholic education and a particular interest in marketing and publicity.
9 PARISH LEADERSHIP/EVANGELIZATION DAY 2009 WORKSHOPS SESSION A WORKSHOPS: 10:15 11:30 A.M. WORSHIP A23. THE POWER OF SCRIPTURE - The Scriptures become alive when the text is placed in the proper context. Only by understanding their particulars can we discover their universal message. Rev. Claudio Diaz Jr. is the Director of Hispanic Ministry for the Archdiocese of Chicago and acts as the liaison between Hispanic Catholics, the Cardinal, and all the Archdiocesan agencies. A24. HOW TO START AND MAINTAIN A FAITH SHARING GROUP - Small faith sharing groups are an excellent way for your parishioners to affirm and support each other in their faith journey. We will discuss how to start a group, how to stay on task, and how to find resources geared to your group. Sr. Ann Marie Klasky, CSSF is a Pastoral Associate at St. Catherine of Alexandria Parish. Judy Reyes is a Family Minister at Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish. They have been leading Women s Spirituality groups and conducting WomanSpirit retreats for ten years. A25. THE TRANSFORMATIVE POWER OF RITUALS - The ordinary customs, traditions, and practices we do to mark our days bring meaning and depth to our lives. Tom will show how the rituals that families adopt, whether formal or informal, connect us profoundly to the rites we enter into when we gather for worship and celebrate the sacraments. You ll receive resources that will help you do the same with your own parishioners. Tom McGrath is Vice President of New Product Development at Loyola Press. A26. EUCHARISTIC ADORATION: TRANSFORMATION OF A PEOPLE, PARISH, AND ARCHDIOCESE - Hearts and souls are changed in the Presence of the Eucharistic Heart of Jesus. This reception of Love radiates outward, transforming the People of God and increasing our commitment to the Lord as his disciples. You will receive guidance in bringing Adoration to your parish. Rev. David Simonetti is Associate Pastor at St. James Parish in Sauk Village, and the Spiritual Director for the Pope John Paul II Eucharistic Adoration Association and The Inner Life on Relevant Radio Catholic programming 950 AM. SERVICE A27. HOW THE HUMAN CONCERNS COMMISSION CAN HELP BRING UNITY IN DIVERSITY - We are all called to follow Jesus in our everyday life by trying to live out Gospel values. In this workshop we will discuss ways in which the Human Concerns Commission can assist the parish to do this through its various ministries, such as social justice, food pantry, St. Vincent DePaul Society, Respect Life, etc. Elizabeth Collier, PhD, is a visiting assistant professor in the Religious Studies Department at DePaul University. A28. MINISTERING TO PEOPLE WITH ADDICTIONS - How a trained group of parishioners may minister to addicts and their families through outreach, education, referral, training, and follow-up. Sr. Therese DelGenio, SND is currently the founder and director of a Southwest Chicago PADS shelter and serves as an addictions counselor. A29. FACING END OF LIFE ISSUES - The importance of one s faith frequently comes more clearly into focus at the end of life and during the bereavement process following the death of a loved one. Pastoral and ethical concerns emerging during these times will be discussed. Sr. (Dr.) Ellen Gaynor, OP is a Professor of Medicine, Division of Hematology and Oncology at Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine. A30. PARISH SHARING: ENVISIONING THE UNITY - Parish sharing provides us with a unique opportunity to cross bridges and divisions to discover that which unites us is more present and powerful than that which would divide us. An exploration of how this under-the-radar network forges past artificial boundaries and forms hearers of the Word into doers of the Word. Rev. David Jones is the Pastor of St. Benedict the African-East Parish. Marge Hansen is the Parish Sharing Coordinator for the Archdiocese of Chicago. A31. FACING INFERTILITY: A JOURNEY OF FAITH, HOPE, AND LOVE - About 1 in 5 couples in the U.S. experience infertility. As modern technology continues to expand, decisions about infertility treatments can be confusing. What treatments are aligned with our faith and are affordable, safe and effective? How do we minister to suffering couples in our families, our parishes, and our world? Mary-Louise Kurey, Director of the Respect Life Office of the Archdiocese of Chicago, is a renowned speaker on bioethical, pro-life and sexuality issues. She has a Certificate in Health Care Ethics from the National Catholic Bioethics Center, and has appeared on many media programs. A32. HEALTHCARE FOR ALL: A RIGHT, OR A PRIVILEGE? Using St. Martin de Porres Parish as a model, we will discuss culturally competent access to healthcare as spirituality and medicine working hand-in-hand to solve this national problem. Fred Richardson, M.D., ABFM, FAAFP is President of St. Martin De Porres PPC and founder of the Ministry for Spirituality and Family Medicine. He is board certified in the practice of Family Medicine for the past 20 years and on the medical staff of Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. A33. CHICAGO TOUR: SEEING CHICAGO S CRY OF THE POOR THROUGH THE EYES OF CATHOLIC SOCIAL TEACHING - Come examine the signs of the times with an overview of various social justice problems in the Chicago area. How are we responding or not responding to our faith s call to seek justice for the poor? Elena Segura and Team. Elena has been working on social justice issues from the faith perspective for many years in Peru and the USA. She is the Director of the Catholic Campaign for Immigration Reform and the Catholic Campaign for Human Development. POLISH A34. ROLA KOÂCIO A W MISJI JEDNOCZENIA ÂWIATA - Kosciól, dzi ki nauce Jezusa Chrystusa, jawi si jako zwiastun koncepcji jednoczàcego si swiata. Jest zadziwiajàce, ze juz kilkadziesiàt lat wstecz Magisterium Kosciola mówilo o potrzebie globalnego zjednoczenia ludzkosci we wszelkich mo liwych aspektach, tak, aby wszelka róznorodnosç mogla pokojowo wspólistnieç na ziemi i w ten sposób realizowaç dzielo zbawiania swiata. THE ROLE OF THE CHURCH IN THE MISSION TOWARDS UNITY OF THE WORLD - The Church, thanks to the teaching of Jesus Christ, appears as the herald of the idea of uniting the world. It is amazing that, already many years ago, the Church spoke about the need of the total unification of mankind in all possible aspects, so that all of its diversities are able to exist peacefully on earth and to realize the work of saving the world.
10 PARISH LEADERSHIP/EVANGELIZATION DAY 2009 WORKSHOPS SESSION B WORKSHOPS: 1:10 2:25 P.M. MISSION B1. DIFFERENT GIFTS BUT THE SAME SPIRIT: COLLABORATION BETWEEN BISHOPS, PRIESTS, DEACONS, AND LAY MINISTERS - Priests, deacons, and lay ministers can sometimes have competitive turf wars. Bishops are seen as them. Each ministry is essential and unique while often overlapping. We will explore how we can move from competition to complementarity and collaboration. Rev. Michael Ahlstrom was ordained a priest for the Archdiocese of Chicago in He has been the Pastor of St. Colette Parish in Rolling Meadows for 14 years. He is currently vicar for the Diaconate Community of the Archdiocese of Chicago. B2. STRATEGIES TO EVANGELIZE YOUNG ADULTS - Those in their 20s and 30s, though spiritually hungry, are the least active segment of parish life today. We can change that! Join Kate for a working definition of evangelization and to hear the surprising results of recent research on evangelization with and for young adults. Kate DeVries is co-director of the Young Adult Ministry Office for the Archdiocese of Chicago. She holds a Doctorate in Ministry from Catholic Theological Union. Along with her colleague, Fr. John Cusick, Kate co-authored the book: The Basic Guide to Young Adult Ministry, and hosts a monthly radio program: The Light Show. B3. WHO IS REALLY THE PARISH? - The parish does not stand alone, isolated from the community in which it is located. How can parishioners better know their neighborhood, be a part of it, and respond to its needs? Rev. Dominic Grassi is the pastor of St. Gertrude Parish in Chicago and the author of several books, including Bumping Into God In The Kitchen. B4. POPE BENEDICT XVI s STATEMENTS ON THE MISSION OF THE CHURCH IN SOCIETY - Continuing the message of Pope John Paul II, Pope Benedict XVI has sounded the call for reclaiming today s culture for Christ. What does this mean? How do we do this? Is it a call for retreat or a radical call to live the Gospel and the thought of Vatican II as we never have before? Come and see! Rev. Jordan Kelly, OP OP is the Director of Evangelization for the Archdiocese of Chicago. In addition to having been a teacher for many years, Father Jordan is also a liturgist and pastoral musician. Father Jordan lectures on the Liturgy and Spiritual Theology, and is a frequent retreat master. Father has earned the Pontifical Degree in Sacred Theology, the Master of Divinity, and the Master of Arts in Sacred Music. B5. EUCHARIST: GOING DEEPER INTO THE HEART OF THE MYSTERY - This workshop will explore how the Eucharist calls us to a deeper participation in the mystery of Christ and becomes the mandate for mission in the world. This session will be helpful in learning how to pray the Mass and develop a Eucharistic spirituality Rev. Ronald Lewinski is the Pastor of St. Mary of the Annunciation Parish in Mundelein, Illinois. B6. WORKING AND PRAYING FOR CHRISTIAN UNITY AND RESPECT AMONG ALL RELIGIONS: THE CHURCH IN THE WORLD - The presenters will explore with the participants the Church s teaching on ecumenical and interreligious relations. The workshop will focus on how a parish community can be involved in promoting Christian unity and in interreligious activities. Sr. Joan McGuire, OP is Director of the Archdiocese of Chicago s Office of Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs. Sr. Mary Ellen Coombe, nds is Associate Director of the Office. Both are engaged in interfaith relations with members of the Jewish, Christian, and Muslim communities. PPC TRAINING B7. BUILDING CONSENSUS/WORKING TOGETHER: PARISH PASTORAL COUNCIL, STAFF, AND PASTOR - Confused about consensus? Come on in; we will consult and reach some conclusions (by consensus, of course!) Ralph Bonaccorsi is the Director of the Office of Conciliation of the Archdiocese of Chicago. B8. PROCESS AND GIFT DISCERNMENT FOR NEW PPC MEMBERS - What are the considerations for new members to join a Parish Pastoral Council? A thoughtful PPC discernment process will allow members to prayerfully discern their unique gifts and consider the call to serve the PPC in their parish. This session will identify both the practical and the personal prayerful considerations necessary for a Parish Pastoral Council member. Rev. Thomas Dore is the Pastor of St. Giles Parish in Oak Park. Dana Connell is tenured faculty at Columbia College Chicago in Arts Management, is currently working on an MBA at Dominican University, and is a member of St. Giles Parish in Oak Park. B9. BRIDGES BETWEEN THE PPC, DEANERY AND THE APC - Chicago is large and diverse. Cardinal George relies on his Archdiocesan Pastoral Council (APC) for honest and open counsel by the laity. Learn from the APC Officers how Parish Pastoral Councils participate through Deanery Councils and, ultimately, through the APC. Jacqui Hebein is the Chair and Steve Kubiczky is the Vice Chair of the Archdiocesan Pastoral Council, a consultative body to Francis Cardinal George, O.M.I. B10. THE MANY WAYS OF MAKING THE PPC UNDERSTANDABLE TO AND AN EXAMPLE FOR THE PARISH - There are many ways of making the PPC and Commission programs more meaningful to all in the parish. We will examine various rituals and activities evoking positive responses and leading to a more vital and meaningful PPC and Commissions. Actions speak louder than words. The PPC must be a model for continual parish renewal by sharing our faith with others. Don Killelea has been a leader of the Parish Pastoral Council and has helped to organize Parish Leadership Days for many years. Bernard Wheel, St. Catherine-St. Lucy Parish, is Co-Chair of the Parish Pastoral Council. B11. SPIRITUALITY OF PARISH LEADERSHIP - The parish is the local expression of Catholic faith and mission. It is the most visible aspect of Church for most people. Thus, the leadership in a parish is key. Note that the first thing that Jesus did was to seek his replacement, the disciples. The Church in America is in rapid transition. There are many aspects of Scripture and Sacrament that speak directly to the call and formation of true leaders. This workshop is designed to explore an understanding of leadership that is formed by faith and to compare that understanding of leadership to a more secular understanding. Rev. Michael Shanahan is the Administrator of Our Lady of Lourdes Parish.
11 PARISH LEADERSHIP/EVANGELIZATION DAY 2009 WORKSHOPS SESSION B WORKSHOPS: 1:10 2:25 P.M. PPC TRAINING (Continued) B12. Unidad en Cristo Evangelizando al Consejo Pastoral Parroquial - Juntos descubriremos herramientas y estructuras para asegurar la aportación de la diversidad parroquial y poner en práctica la unidad por medio de la Evangelización dentro del Consejo Pastoral Parroquial. Graciela Contreras Coordinadora del Ministerio Hispano en el Vicariato 1 para la Oficina para Católicos Hispanos de la Arquidiócesis de Chicago. Presidente de la Asociación para el Ministerio Hispano del Medio Oeste de los Estados Unidos. B13. Liderazgo en el Reino de Dios - Como líderes cristianos somos reponsables de hacer presente el Reino de Dios en nuestras vidas, comunidades y en la sociedad. Este taller nos ayudará concientizarnos en los aspectos del Reino de Dios presentes en nuestras vidas, analizar las características del líder cristiano y autoevaluar el tipo de liderazgo que ejercemos. Maribel Ruiz y Juan Carlos Herbas Graduados del Instituto de Liderazgo Pastoral. Ministros comprometidos que estan sirviendo en varias comunidades incluyendo el comite de Formacion de la Parroquia de San Jeronimo. LEARNING/FORMATION B14. HOW TO BREATHE LIFE INTO YOUR PARISH MISSION STATEMENT - Even the best Mission Statements fall flat if they are not embraced and implemented by the folks in the pew. If your PPC guided the parish in developing the perfect Mission Statement, but nothing different is really happening, learn how to make it come alive. James A. Boyd Carlos has been a member of the Archdiocesan Parish Pastoral Council Advisory Board for more than 25 years. One of the authors of the PPC Norms, Jim now teaches the six-week Leadership Development program offered by the Office for Councils. B15. EMBRACING THE BLESSING IN OUR MIDST: REACHING OUT TO NEW CULTURES AND TRADITIONS - How do we embrace the diversity at our doors as a blessing from God rather than treat it as a problem to be solved? We will use Scripture and Tradition to uncover a way to welcome people whose culture and traditions are not the predominant culture of the parish. We will discuss what needs to change in us to connect the stranger to our mission and ministry. Rev. Bill Tkachuk has been the Pastor of Church of the Holy Spirit in Schaumburg for twelve years. He has worked with parish staff and leadership to fulfill a vision of one parish that celebrates and embraces its diversity of culture, language, and backgrounds. B16. FORMATION AS PART OF EVERY PARISH LEADERS MEETING - The following questions will be addressed with specific recommendations: How can adults in leadership be continually formed in the faith? Why is being continually formed in the faith important? What are resources for leading this formation in the faith as the context for parish leaders meetings? Margie Tomlinson is coordinator of Contemplative Outreach in the Chicago area and a member of St. Benedict-Irving Park Parish where she is a member of the Spiritual Life Commission and a Eucharistic minister. B17. EVANGELIZING THROUGH SCRIPTURE - Christ is best encountered in Scripture through a combination of study and prayerful reflection upon the biblical text. In this workshop we will explore various ways to study and pray with the Bible and identify key themes, images, and events from which we can begin to evangelize through Scripture. Dr. Pauline Viviano is an Associate Professor of Theology at Loyola University of Chicago. Besides articles in academic and popular journals, her publications include reading guides for the Catholic Study Bible and Collegeville Bible Commentary series. In addition to University teaching, she often lectures at parishes and synagogues in and around Chicago. B18. EL EJEMPLO DE GUADELUPE ABRAZANDO LOS HIJOS DE DIOS - La nueva evangelizacion en nuestras comunidades consiste en dar la bienvenida a todos y de proclamar nuestra unidad en Cristo. La Virgen de Guadalupe es el apostol de las Americas. Rev. Nicholas Desmond is Pastor at St. Aloysius Parish in Chicago and is the Dean of Deanery III-B. He is currently running a door-to-door phase of their comprehensive evangelization efforts. B19. REUNIONES DE CONSEJO PARROQUIAL Y CONSENSO - Como un Consejo Parroquial se junta con consenso haciendo decisiones para las actividades espirituales y practicales de la comunidad parroquial. Sr. Rose Cecile Espinos, SSND Ahora: Directora Ejecutiva de Corazon a Corazon antes: Liderazgo de las Hermanas de Notre Dame Misionera en Brazil y Paraguay. WORSHIP B20. PRAYING WITH CONFIDENCE: EXPERIENCING THE GIFT OF GOD S LIFE IN US - Prayer spiritually prepares us to receive the Lord by making a gift of ourselves in love so that we can recognize the gift of God's life in us. Praying with confidence means making room in our hearts for God's Holy Spirit to work through us to make the kingdom of God present in the world, giving us the desire, enthusiasm, and strength to respond to the spirit of grace we have received. Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers, homilist for Parish Leadership/Evangelization Day 2009, is the Founder and Director of Aurem Cordis and is active in giving lectures, retreats, and seminars nationally and internationally. See more about him on the Keynote/Homilist page. B21. THE PARISH AS A SCHOOL OF SPIRITUALITY - Does your parish grow you spiritually? We will explore how that can happen. Sr. Mary Benet McKinney, OSB is a long-time spiritual director and parish consultant. B22. OPENING THE GIFTS WE BELIEVE AND GIVING GIFTS TO THE WHOLE WORLD - Christ has given us unlimited gifts both spiritual and material. We are stewards of this vast storehouse of riches. The Challenge for us as his people is to bring them out to share with everyone. We will reflect on being wise and faithful stewards of God s blessings to the world. Rev. Michael Michelini is the Pastor of St. Adalbert Church and Spiritual Director of the Cursillo Movement. B23. MEN SHARING FAITH - A group of men have been sharing faith for twenty years. Hear members describe their method, share personal stories and reflections, and tell what keeps them coming back for more each week. The St. Gertrude Faith Sharing Group of five men will talk about the experience of sharing faith with each other and how it has affected their lives.
12 PARISH LEADERSHIP/EVANGELIZATION DAY 2009 WORKSHOPS SESSION B WORKSHOPS: 1:10 2:25 P.M. WORSHIP (Continued) B24. EL PODER DE LA ESCRITURAS - Las Escrituras se hacen realidad cuando el texto se ubica dentro del contexto apropiado. Solo entendiendo las caracteristicas particulares podemos descubrir su mensaje universal. Rev. Claudio Dias es el Director de la Oficina de Ministerio Hispano en la Arquidiocesis de Chicago y es el lazo official entre Catolicos Hispanos, el Cardenal y todas las agencies arquidiocesanas. B25. ESPIRITUALIDAD Y MINISTERIO: HASTA LOS CONFINES DE LA TIERRA - Los Hechos de los Apostoles es la historia de la primera Iglesia organizándose en comunidades pequeñas en las casas del pueblo. Acudían diariamente al Templo con mucho entusiasmo y con un mismo espíritu y compartían el pan en sus casas, comiendo con alegria y sencillez. (Hechos 2: 46) Las Comunidades Eclesiales de Base es una evangelización efectiva para la comunidad que habla español y para la comunidad que habla inglés en las parroquias de la Arquidiocesis de Chicago. Padre Mike Boehm tiene 33 años como sacerdote arquidiocesano sirviendo a la comunidad hispana en parroquias multiculturales. Tambien ha sido instructor de cursos biblicos en el Instituto de Liderazgo Pastoral por 10 anos. En este momento es vicario cooperador en la nueva parroquia Santisimo Sacramento en el Parque McKinley y tambien un miembro activo de los Sacerdotes Pro-Inmigrantes. SERVICE B26. PARISH ACTIVITIES DESIGNED TO BUILD COMMUNITY - Often faith communities can be cliquish and groups can be isolated in their ministries. Fr. Dowling will discuss the absolute importance of community building to have a vibrant faith community, focusing strongly on practical ways to build communities united in the mission of Jesus Christ. Rev. Larry Dowling is the pastor of St. Agatha Parish, Member of Archdiocesan Anti-Racism Team, Consultor, Dean, active in support of immigration reform and social justice activities, and a writer and avid reader. B27. DIVERSE-INCLUDED-UNITED: THE CHURCH AND DISABILITIES - The parish is the door to participation for persons with disabilities, and it is the responsibility of the pastor and lay leaders to make sure that this door is always open. (US Bishops Pastoral Statement, #18, 1979.) The diversity of our Church includes members of all abilities. This workshop will offer examples of inclusion and ministry that are the door to full participation in the life of the Church. Julia Hess is the Community Religious Worker for the SPRED Agency. Joanne Meyer is the Program Manager for Pathways Awareness Foundation. Connie Rakitan is the Program Director for Faith & Fellowship and Chair of the Chicago Archdiocesan Commission on Mental Illness. B28. HOW TO HAVE GREEN PARISHES - The importance of stewarding our local and global resources is grounded in Catholic Social Thought, which is rich with spiritual insights that support a commitment to develop green parishes. Sr. Sheila Kinsey, OSF, D.Min. is the leader of the Justice, Peace & Integrity of the Creation Office for the Wheaton Franciscans. The Wheaton Franciscans hosted one of the international Earth Summit sites due to the Wheaton Franciscans outstanding stewardship of resources. Jim Manzardo will share what St. Gertrude s Parish is doing to make the parish green. B29. MIGRATION OF HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS: ISSUES OF ETHICS AND JUSTICE - This workshop will provide information on the reasons health care professionals migrate and analyze the impact this has on health care and social justice. We will also examine the nature of health care and discuss ways to improve access in a more equitable way. Kayhan Parsi is Associate Professor and Graduate Program Director at the Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics and Health Policy at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine. He co-edited (with Myles Sheehan) Healing as Vocation: A Medical Professionalism Primer. B30. COMPARTIENDO LOS DONES DE DIOS EN TU PARROQUIA - Cómo podamos involucar más gente? Las mismas siempre hacen todo. Suena familiar? Cada persona en la parroquia quiere sentirse alegre, importante y parte de la comunidad de su parroquia. Un ambiente de hospitalidad y apertura a cada persona promueve el deseo de involucrarse en la parroquia. Este taller va a estar enfocado a lo que necesitamos hacer mejor y con mayor frecuencia para que más personas se involucren con entusiasmo. Pat Broderick is a social worker at the Catholic Charities Office in Little Village at Good Shepherd Parish. She also coordinates the RCIA process at St. Pius V Parish. B31. COMO DESCUBRE VIOLENCIA DOMÉSTICA EN LA PARROQUIA Y RESPONDER A SUS VICTÍMAS - Muchas victímas de violencia domestica sufren en secreto porque nadie las ve. Nuestras parroquias se deben transformar en refugios de seguridad y apoyo para ellas y sus hijos. Como vamos a desarrollar un ministerio a las victímas en nuestras parroquias? Rev. Charles Dahm, OP el parraco jubilado de la parroquia de San Pio V por 20 anos director de su programa parroquial extensivo para victimas de violencia domestica. POLISH B32. PRACTICAL PASTORAL ASPECTS IN THE MULTIETHNIC PARISH - 1. Is it possible to have a joined celebration of Holidays and Solemnities in the multiethnic parish? 2. According to what criteria ought one to choose collaborators in the multiethnic parish? 3. What is the role of the pastor and the leaders in the multiethnic parish? 4. The multiethnic parish provides a lot of conflicts; how do we solve them? Fr. Wojciech Kwiecien is Pastor of St. James Parish-Fullerton.
13 PARISH LEADERSHIP/EVANGELIZATION DAY 2009 WORKSHOPS SESSION C WORKSHOPS: 2:40 3:55 P.M. MISSION C1. CATHOLIC YOUTH IN ACTION: RECEIVE THE POWER, AND YOU WILL BE MY WITNESSES - One of the many legacies Pope John Paul II has given to the Church is the creation of World Youth Day. The most recent WYD in Sydney catechized, formed, inspired, and empowered 400,000 young people from all over the world. What relevance and impact does the WYD event have on Catholic young people? What can the Universal Church learn from its message and witness? Rev. Steven Bauer is Associate Pastor of St. Benedict Parish-Irving Park. He is a four-time veteran of World Youth Day, having twice served as spiritual director for groups from the Archdiocese of Chicago. He was instrumental in bringing the Youth 2000 Retreat to Chicago, out of which has grown a Eucharistic Holy Hour for youth and young adults that meets monthly. C2. STEWARDSHIP AS A GOSPEL WAY OF LIFE - What do the terms Time, Talent, and Treasure mean in the perspective of Scripture? How does Stewardship as a way of life best emulate what Christ taught us? Joe and Diana Garvey are Chairs of the Stewardship Committee at St. Paul of the Cross Parish and are active on their Parish Pastoral Council and many other parish ministries. C3. A UNIVERSAL CHURCH SPEAKS TO A GLOBAL SOCIETY - Globalization is a topic in finance, politics, and culture. Catholic means universal; the Church was born global. How do Catholics situate their Church in the world today? Francis Cardinal George, O.M.I. is the Cardinal Archbishop of Chicago and the President of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. He also serves the Church and the Archdiocese in numerous other roles. He has extensive administrative and teaching experience and is the author of numerous articles and pastoral letters. Cardinal George s motto is: To Christ Be Glory in the Church! C4. WHEN PASTORS MOVE: MAKING TRANSITIONS WORK - The policy of the Archdiocese of Chicago is that pastors are assigned to a six-year term, renewable once. Thus most parishes can expect their pastors to transition to another parish in 6 to 12 years. In most situations both parishioners and pastor are called to negotiate a painful and complex passage to a new parish or a new pastor. But this is also an opportunity for new life for both the pastor and the parish. Rev. Robert Heidenreich is Pastor of Sacred Heart Parish (Winnetka), formerly pastor of St. Benedict (Chicago), dean of Vicariate II-C, and also formerly assistant Director of the Center for Development in Ministry. C5. WHAT IS THE NEW CATHOLIC EVANGELIZATION? - Just what does this term The New Evangelization mean? How does it impact my life as a Parish Minister and the lives of the people I serve? Rev. Jordan Kelly, OP is the Director of Evangelization for the Archdiocese of Chicago. In addition to having been a teacher for many years, Father Jordan is also a liturgist and pastoral musician. Father Jordan lectures on the Liturgy, Spiritual Theology, and is a frequent retreat master. Father has earned the Pontifical Degree in Sacred Theology, the Master of Divinity, and the Master of Arts in Sacred Music. C6. CATHOLICS RETURNING TO THE CHURCH - People fall away from the Church for many reasons. Many have been hurt or don t feel welcome anymore. This program helps open the door to bring them back to full and active participation in the Body of Christ. Deacon John Rex is married with 4 children and is a Deacon at St. Damian s Parish. He is the national clergy representative for Catholics Returning Home and a youth group leader. He is also active with a social justice team, St. Vincent DePaul Society, and sharing parish ministries. C7. COLABORADORES EN LA VIÑA DEL SEÑOR: EL MINISTERIO ECLESIAL LAICO EN EL CONTEXTO HISPANO/LATINO - Reflexionaremos sobre el documento de los obispos Colaboradores en la Viña del Señor desde la Experiencia del Ministerio Hispano y de qué forma podemos responder a los desafíos que proponen los obispos en el desarrollo del liderazgo pastoral laico en la realidad pastoral de los Estados Unidos. Jaime Bascuñán es director del Instituto de Liderazgo Pastoral el cual provee formación pastoral para el ministerio pastoral laico y el diaconado permanente en la Arquidiócesis de Chicago. C8. EL ROL ROLLO DEL LAICADO EN LA IGLESIA - Para ser laicos en la Iglesia, hay que ser, sobre todo, discípulos de Jesús. Siendo discípulos de Jesús, seremos capaces de ser signos dignos del reino de Dios en nuestra sociedad. Juan Carlos Roca, MDiv. is from Peru and a former Comboni Missionary. He has worked with the homeless in Baltimore, MD and with undocumented people in Houston, TX. Currently, he works as a DRE at St. Stanislaus Church in Posen. C9. LA MISIÓN DE LA FAMILIA - El futuro del mundo y de la iglesia pasa a través de la familia. Con estas palabras, el Santo Padre Juan Pablo II subrayó la importancia de la familia como instrumento vital para la evangelización y la transformación del mundo. En este taller exploraremos la misión encomendada a cada familia por Dios, la oposición constante que enfrentamos en nuestra sociedad y los pasos concretos que cada uno de nosotros podemos tomar para realizar los designios de Dios en nuestra propia situación familiar. Héctor Antonio Molina, Jr. Director fundador de la Oficina para la Nueva Evangelización, Arquidiócesis de St. Louis. PPC TRAINING C10. HOW TO RUN AN EFFECTIVE MEETING: LEADERSHIP ROLES - No one wants to attend meetings that are not productive. Dynamic leaders start with an agenda that focuses members energy on critical issues. Then they blend the perfect agenda with the skills required to keep people on track, defuse conflict, and give everyone a chance to be heard. Learn the secrets of leading productive meetings. James A. Boyd has been a member of the Archdiocesan Parish Pastoral Council Advisory Board for more than 25 years. One of the authors of the PPC Norms, Jim now teaches the six-week Leadership Development program offered by the Office for Councils. C11. 1st CENTURY STEWARDSHIP FOR THE 21st CENTURY - Lead a life of stewardship that flows from the heart and soul. Embrace 1st Century Stewardship and help your parishioners do the same. This workshop will provide concrete advice on this topic, with examples of practical stewardship that will help you trust in the Lord and reaffirm that a life of stewardship is a life well lived. Learn about the ABC's of stewardship and the resources available for your parish from the Stewardship and Development Office of the Archdiocese of Chicago. Lea Dacanay is a Vicariate Stewardship Coordinator in the Archdiocese of Chicago s Stewardship and Development Office. She serves as a consultant to parish stewardship professionals and parish leadership groups in their efforts to educate and inspire the community about stewardship. Linda Weaver is a member of the Committees for the Archdiocese of Chicago s Office of Evangelization and the Office of Stewardship & Development. Linda is the in-house counsel for CNA Insurance Company and corporate counsel for Weaver Boos Consultants.
14 PARISH LEADERSHIP/EVANGELIZATION DAY 2009 WORKSHOPS SESSION C WORKSHOPS: 2:40 3:55 P.M. PPC TRAINING (Continued) C12. COMMUNICATION FROM PARISH STAFF TO PASTORAL LEADERSHIP TEAM: WHAT WE VE LEARNED FROM THE INSPIRE PROJECT - We will share what over 30 Pastoral leadership teams have taught themselves and us as they learned to build collaborative skills and to express their vital parish mission. Learn five best practices anyone can adopt and their underlying principles. We will explore how INSPIRE teams manage conflict and communication in parish ministry. Dan Gast is Director of the INSPIRE Project, a partnership initiative of Loyola University Chicago and the Archdiocese of Chicago. Dr. Mary Elsbernd, OSF is Professor of Pastoral Studies at Loyola University Chicago IPS and designer of the INSPIRE project. C13. LISTENING IS A SKILL: DO YOU HEAR ME? - Listening is a gift that only we can give one another. It is essential if our ministry is to be collaborative. We will look at some tools to help us truly be a thoughtful listener. Sr. Jane Schlosser, RSM is a Retreat Director who gives over 100 workshops each year, plus days of renewal. These give her hope when she meets people who are dedicated to the Gospels. C14. EVANGELIZING AND FORMING PARISH PASTORAL COUNCIL MEMBERS - Secularity is a non-negotiable given; it is our milieu. We live in hope, knowing that the Gospels are up to the task of engaging our secular world. We will explore a Catholic interface with secularity in evangelizing and forming Parish Pastoral Council members. Rev. Ted Stone is a parish priest at Mary, Seat of Wisdom Parish. He collaborates with the Office for Councils in the formation of Parish Pastoral Council leaders. C15.!DIFERENTES PERO UNIDOS! DISTINTAS CULTURAS UNIDAS POR LA FE - En este taller exploraremos como cada persona percibe y analiza el mundo a su alrededor. Como líderes aprenderemos a destacar las cualidades y reconocer errores de las distintas personas o culturas. El éxito de cualquier comunidad reside en que todos los grupos étnicos trabajen al unísono con conocimiento de las diferentes culturas, comunicación y sobre todo con el mismo objetivo. Hilda Rocha Lozano is the Spanish Director for the Institute of Christopher Leaders/ Liderazgo Cristóforo and international motivational speaker on self-esteem. LEARNING/FORMATION C16. PLANNING AND GOAL SETTING IN PARISHES - How are your parish goals set? Do your groups and parishioners own them? Are they motivated to put them into action? Some strategies to make this happen. Sr. Kay Buechele, OP has worked in forming and training Parish Pastoral Councils for many years. She is a team member of the Office for Councils Training the Trainers workshops. C17. HOW DO YOU PASS THE TORCH OF PARISH LEADERSHIP? - Have you or those around you ever complained, "There's nobody stepping up to help!" or "It's always the same few people doing all the work"? Want to change that? Would you love to see young adults (20s & 30s) become actively involved as the next generation of leaders in parish life - both on your parish staff and as volunteers? Working off current data from young adults themselves, Kate will present practical strategies for passing the torch of parish leadership to young adults. Kate DeVries is co-director of the Young Adult Ministry Office for the Archdiocese of Chicago. She holds a Doctorate in Ministry from Catholic Theological Union. Along with her colleague, Fr. John Cusick, Kate Co-Authored the book: The Basic Guide to Young Adult Ministry, and hosts a monthly radio program: The Light Show. C18. THE ABC S OF SERVANT LEADERSHIP IN CATHOLIC SCHOOLS - The relationship between school and parish and school and parish leadership is part of the Good News. How can we be sure that it is? Sr. Mary Paul McCaughey, OP is the Superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Archdiocese of Chicago and a long-time educator. C19. SCIENCE AND THE CHURCH: NOTES FOR EDUCATORS AND CATECHISTS - In this workshop, we will explore briefly some historical roots of several common misconceptions of the relationships between science and the Church. Our goal will be to understand and disarm those misconceptions, which too often constitute a false barrier to deeper faith or to any faith at all. Rev. Paul Mueller, SJ is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Loyola University Chicago. He is also the academic dean of St. Joseph College Seminary and of the Jesuit First Studies Program. WORSHIP C20. THE USE OF SCRIPTURE IN PARISH GATHERINGS - A practical look at how Scripture can be used to enhance parish gatherings and set the tone for meetings, the use of Scripture in situations outside of Liturgy, and helping people to see that Scripture is helpful in living our day-to-day lives. Rev. John Clemens is the Pastor of Our Lady of Hope Parish and Moderator for the Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women. C21. HOW ONE HOUR A WEEK CAN CHANGE YOUR LIFE - The Mass is the prayer of the community gathered in faith. Each of us is called to take what happens at Mass into our homes, the workplace, the community, and the world. We will look at how this can happen. Rev. Dominic Grassi is the pastor of St. Gertrude Parish in Chicago and the author of several books, including Bumping Into God In The Kitchen. C22. LITURGY: WHAT MAKES A GOOD CELEBRATION? - How can our liturgies take into account our diversity and be more prayerful and meaningful? This workshop will explore the components that contribute to a fruitful celebration of the liturgy that speaks to the world. Rev. Ronald Lewinski is the Pastor of St. Mary of the Annunciation Parish in Mundelein, Illinois. C23. LISTENING TO GOD IN PRAYER - The following questions will be addressed: What is Contemplative Prayer? What are some prayer forms that open me to Contemplative Prayer? Why is silent prayer of value to my relationship with God? Margie Tomlinson is coordinator of Contemplative Outreach in the Chicago area and a member of St. Benedict-Irving Park Parish where she is a member of the Spiritual Life Commission and a Eucharistic minister.
15 PARISH LEADERSHIP/EVANGELIZATION DAY 2009 WORKSHOPS SESSION C WORKSHOPS: 2:40 3:55 P.M. WORSHIP (Continued) C24. THE LITURGICAL THOUGHT OF POPE BENEDICT XVI - Pope Benedict XVI was strongly influenced in his early years by the Munich-based theologian, Romano Guardini, the monk, Odo Casel, of the Monastery at Maria Laach, and the Austrian theologian, Pius Parsch. Benedict s liturgical theology reflects the themes of these liturgical pioneers, as well as his own approach to liturgical renewal. We will examine both his ideas on liturgy and the way this influences Benedict s approach to regulating the liturgy. Rev. Robert Tuzik is a Special Assistant to Cardinal George and a staff member of the Archdiocese of Chicago s Office for Divine Worship. He holds a Ph.D. in liturgy and sacramental theology from the University of Notre Dame. C25. (BILINGUAL) NEW COMPANIONS AROUND THE TABLE - As time goes on, our parishes become more and more diverse. Many new brothers and sisters from many different cultures come to the Lord s Table. How can we include them in our life and celebrations? We will discuss various possibilities that we have to share with our brothers and sisters. / NUEVOS COMPAÑEROS ALREDEDOR DE LA MESA - Con el paso del los tiempos nuestras parroquias estan más diversas cada dia. Muchos hermanos nuevos de muchas culturas diferentes vienen a la mesa del Senor. Como los podemos incluir en la vida y la celebracion. Discutiremos las varias posibilidades que hay para compartir con nuestros hermanos nuevos. Rev. Michael Michelini is the Pastor of St. Adalbert Church and Spiritual Director of the Cursillo Movement. C26. ESPIRITUALIDAD MARIANA Y MINISTERIO GUADALUPANO: EL DESCUBRIR LA RIQUEZA DE LA TRADICIÓN POPULAR - Con Maria y desde ella debemos evangelizer nuestro ppueblao Guadalupeano es: Palabra Presencia y envoi. Padre Carlos A. Monsalve, OCD is a Discalced Carmelite friar, Colombian, working now as spiritual director of the Instituto Liderazgo Pastoral. SERVICE C27. TRAINING PARISHIONERS TO LEAD AND MANAGE MINISTRY - An experienced administrator describes how to recruit and prepare parishioners to be effective servant leaders in parish ministries. Rev. Raymond Baumhart, SJ is presently a personal consultant to Cardinal George and President Emeritus of Loyola University. C28. SOLIDARITY WITH AFRICA - Vatican II calls all Catholics to step out of their comfort zone and make their faith be an active noun. The Spirit is present everywhere, within each of us. We are called to share our faith with others and to be in solidarity with our brothers and sisters. In this workshop you will learn ways to be in solidarity with brothers and sisters on the continent of Africa. Adrienne Curry is the Program Director for Catholic Relief Services and Justice Education for the Office for Peace and Justice of the Archdiocese of Chicago. She is an Augustus Tolton Scholar and graduate of Catholic Theological Union. C29. WOMEN IN THE CHURCH: MIX IT UP - VARIETY IS THE SPICE OF LIFE - Women of all ages and cultures have taught and led their families in prayer and worship. Come and see how other cultures in our faith community express their faith through song, story telling, dance, and prayer. Through harmony in faith, be inspired to share the Good News in a new, exciting way. Members of the Archdiocesan Women s Committee, a consultative body of women committed to serving the Cardinal by giving counsel on Women s Issues in the Archdiocese of Chicago. C30. HOW TO IDENTIFY AND MINISTER TO VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE - Victims of domestic violence are part of every community of faith. It is a crime, it is a sin, and it is everyone s business. This workshop will explore the dynamics of domestic violence, review the resources to assist victims, and discuss how to respond appropriately when issues are raised by parishioners. Deacon Daniel G. Welter is a retired Judge of the Circuit Court of Cook County. He is a presenter for the Archdiocesan Task Force on Domestic Violence and has been an instructor at the National Judicial College on issues of domestic violence. Deacon Dan is a Deacon at St. Josaphat Parish and works at the Archdiocesan Metropolitan Tribunal on canonical issues. C31. TAKING GUNS OFF OUR STREETS - This workshop will present the issue of gun violence as a spiritual calling for Catholics and will discuss avenues available to ordinary citizens to get involved in the process of reducing gun violence and pressuring politicians to pass laws that will take guns off our streets. Steve Young is the Faith Community Coordinator for the Illinois Campaign to Reduce Gun Violence and is promoting legislation intended to reduce illegal gun trafficking and youth and criminal access to firearms. POLISH C32. PSYCHOLOGIA LUDZKICH ZACHOWAN W KONTAKTACH Z INNYMI - Przyczyna ludzkich zahamowaƒ w otwieraniu si na innych le y w nas samych. Dlaczego choç intelektualnie i deklaratywnie pragniemy kontaktów z ludêmi ró nych kultur, to w codziennoêci pokonywanie przeszkód w otwieraniu si na tak innych odbywa si z trudem?/ THE PSYCHOLOGY OF HUMAN BEHAVIOR IN RELATION WITH OTHERS - The difficulty of a human being to be open for others lies within ourselves. Why then intellectually and practically do we wish to contact with people from different cultures, but we encounter difficulty in doing so? Ms. Malgorzata Langer has a Master of Psychology from Loyola University and Catholic University in Lublin.
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17 REGISTRATION FORM FORMA DE REGISTRACION FORMULARZ REJESTRACYJNY PARISH LEADERSHIP/EVANGELIZATION DAY SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2009 MARIA HIGH SCHOOL DIA DE LIDERAZGO PASTORAL 2009: SABADO, 7 de FEBRERO del 2009 El ultimo día para registrarse temprano es el 2 de Enero del DZIEN ZARZADU PARAFIA-SOBOTA, 7 LUTEGO 2009 r. MARIA HIGH SCHOOL COST FOR REGISTRATION COSTO PARA REGISTRARSE OPLATA ZA UDZIAL PRE-REGISTERED ENTER TOTALS HERE Number of Registrants By February 2, 2009 After February 2, 2009 Number of Registrations Enter Totals Here NO. DE PERSONAS REGISTRADAS ANTES DEL 2 DE ENERO DESPUES DEL 2 DE ENERO Total (vea el costo arriba): # de Registraciones/ LICZBA OSÓB BIORACYCH UDZIL DO 2 STYCZNIA PO 2 STYCZNIU RAZEM (cenypowyzej) #Rejestracja 1-4 per parish $40.00 per person $50.00 per person Registration Amount $ por iglesia/ zparafii por persona/ za osobe por persona/ za osob Opÿata rejestracyjna 5-6 per parish $ per group $ per group Plus $7.00 each $ por iglesia/ zparafii por grupo/ za grupe por grupo/ za grupe # de Lonches $7.00 c/ zakaska objadowa $7.00 od osoby 7-8 per parish $ per group $ per group Total Amount Enclosed $ por iglesia/ zparafii por grupo/ za grupe por grupo/ za grupe Total Enviado/ 9 or more per parish $ per group $ per group Check Number por iglesia/ zparafii porgrupo/ za grupe porgrupo/ za grupe Data na czeku Note: To qualify for Pre-registration discount, all forms with payment must be received no later than February 2, Nota: Para calificar para el descuento de temprana registracion, debemos recibir su pago con la forma no después del 2 de Enero del UWAGA!: By otrzymaç znizke, forma rejestracyjna wraz z zaplatà musi wplynàç do biura do 2 stycznia, 2009 r. Questions / Para Preguntas: or (312) (call if fee a problem / llame si tiene problemas con la cuota/ Dzwon, jesli jest problem z cenà) CHECKS PAYABLE TO: Archdiocese of Chicago/ CHEQUES A NOMBRE DE: Archdiocese of Chicago/ WYPISAC CHEK NA: Archdiocese of Chicago MAIL TO/ Envíelo a: WYSLAC NA ADRES: PARISH LEADERSHIP DAY, Archdiocesan Office for Councils, P.O. Box 1979, Chicago, IL PARISH / Iglesia / PARAFIA Vicariate/ Wikariat Deanery/ Dekanat ) Address / Domicilio/ ADRES Please Specify Special Needs of Any Person Below (wheel chair, hearing, etc.): Favor de indicar si hay alguna persona con necesidades especiales (silla de ruedas, problemas para oír, etc.): Prosimy powiadomic nas, jesli jakas osoba potrzebuje specjalnej pomocy wózek inwalidzki, aparat sluchowy itp): PLEASE ENTER ADDITIONAL NAMES ON A SEPARATE PIECE OF PAPER *Category Numbers: 1 PPC Chair 2 PPC Vice Chair 3 FAVOR DE ESCRIBIR LOS NOMBRES ADICIONALES EN OTRA HOJA PPC Member PROSIMY O WYPISANIE DODATKOWYCH NAZWISK NA OSOBNEJ KARTCE PAPIERU 4 Parishioner/Volunteer 5 Clergy 6 Religious 7 Parish Staff PARTICIPANTS LUNCH Category WORKSHOP CHOICE (Enter #) PARTICIPANTES/ OSOBY BIORACE UDZIAL Yes/No Number* ELECCION DE TALLERES (Escriba el numero) Tak/Nie Wpisz numer WYBÓR PRELEKCJI kategorii First, Last Name: Telephone#: 1st Choice Nombre, Apellido/ Imie i Nazwisko: No. de Tel./ Telefon 1era Elección: A B C Pierwszy wybór Street Address: City/State/Zip Ciudad/Estado/Código 2nd Choice A B C Domicilio/ Numer i ulica: Postal/ Miasto, Stan i Kod pocztowy: 2nda Elección: Drugi wybór First, Last Name: Telephone#: 1st Choice Nombre, Apellido/ Imie i Nazwisko: No. de Tel./ Telefon 1era Elección: A B C Pierwszy wybór Street Address: City/State/Zip Ciudad/Estado/Código 2nd Choice A B C Domicilio/ Numer i ulica: Postal/ Miasto, Stan i Kod pocztowy: 2nda Elección: Drugi wybór First, Last Name: Telephone#: 1st Choice Nombre, Apellido/ Imie i Nazwisko: No. de Tel./ Telefon 1era Elección: A B C Pierwszy wybór Street Address: City/State/Zip Ciudad/Estado/Código 2nd Choice A B C Domicilio/ Numer i ulica: Postal/ Miasto, Stan i Kod pocztowy: 2nda Elección: Drugi wybór First, Last Name: Telephone#: 1st Choice Nombre, Apellido/ Imie i Nazwisko: No. de Tel./ Telefon 1era Elección: A B C Pierwszy wybór Street Address: City/State/Zip Ciudad/Estado/Código 2nd Choice A B C Domicilio/ Numer i ulica: Postal/ Miasto, Stan i Kod pocztowy: 2nda Elección: Drugi wybór First, Last Name: Telephone#: 1st Choice Nombre, Apellido/ Imie i Nazwisko: No. de Tel./ Telefon 1era Elección: A B C Pierwszy wybór Street Address: City/State/Zip Ciudad/Estado/Código 2nd Choice A B C Domicilio/ Numer i ulica: Postal/ Miasto, Stan i Kod pocztowy: 2nda Elección: Drugi wybór Please Photocopy Registration Form For More Than Five Participants
18 CONVERSATION WITH CARDINAL GEORGE - QUESTIONS Prominent among the Archdiocese s many noteworthy qualities is the remarkable level of communication between the people and the Archbishop. Speaking about the consultative process, Cardinal George said, One also has to consult the people themselves, in whom the grace of Christ works constantly. The Cardinal went on to describe the many councils and commissions that constitute a formal channel for his consultation with the people. His interaction with the faithful at gatherings such as Leadership Day is equally important informal consultation with the people. Leadership Day participants will have the opportunity to engage in a Conversation with Cardinal George. At the bottom of this page is a form for your question to the Cardinal. You may send it in with your registrations. Additional cards will be included in the materials participants receive upon arrival. The Cardinal values the opportunity to learn what is on people s minds. Take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to ask the Cardinal a question. Entre muchas cualidades importantes de la Archidiócesis es el nivel notable de la comunicación entre la gente y el Arzobispo. Refiriendose acerca del proceso consultivo el Cardenal George dijo Uno también necesita consultar con la gente, en las cuales la gracia de Cristo trabaja constantemente. El Cardenal describió varios concilios y comisiones que constituyen un medio formal para su consulta con la gente. Su interacción con los fieles en las reuniones tales como el Día de Liderazgo tiene la misma importancia para una consulta informal con la gente. Los participantes del Día de Liderazgo tendrán la oportunidad de participar en una conversación con el Cardenal George. En la parte inferior y la izquierda de la forma de registro habrá espacio para su pregunta para el Cardenal. Ud. puede enviarla con su registracion. Habrá tarjetas adicionales que serán incluidas en los sobres de los materiales que los participantes recibirán al llegar al evento. El Cardenal valora saber lo que la gente piensa. Aproveche de esta maravillosa oportunidad para hacerle una pregunta al Cardenal. Z poÿród wielu wartoÿciowych cech Archidiecezji, bardzo godna uwagi jest znakomita ÿÿcznoÿÿ miedzy ludÿmi a jej Arcybiskupem. Kardynaÿ George, w wydaniu sierpniowym The Catholic New World, (29/8/06) mówiÿc o doradczym procesie, powiedziaÿ, Naleÿy zasiÿgaÿ rady u ludzi, bo w nich stale dziaÿa laska Chrystusa. Nastÿpnie Kardynaÿ wymieniÿ wiele grup doradczych i komisji, które sÿ naturalnym kanaÿem dla niego w konsultowaniu siÿ z ludÿmi. Jego obecnoÿÿ podczas zorganizowanego Dnia Rady Parafialnej i spotkanie siÿ z uczestnikami tego programu jest równieÿ bardzo waÿnÿ, chociaÿ nie formalnÿ, formÿ konsultacji z ludÿmi. W tym dniu uczestnicy bÿdÿ mieli okazjÿ, nie tylko spotkaÿ, ale i porozmawiaÿ osobiÿcie z Kardynaÿem George. U doÿu tej strony znajduje siÿ miejsce gdzie moÿecie paÿstwo napisaÿ pytanie dla Kardynaÿa George a. Prosimy o oderwanie tej czÿÿci strony i odesÿanie jej wraz z formularzem rejestracyjnym. Wiÿcej kartek bÿdzie doÿÿczonych do materiaÿu przesÿanego do kaÿdego uczestnika. Kardynaÿ ceni sobie kaÿdÿ okazjÿ, by dowiedzieÿ siÿ, czym ludzie siÿ interesujÿ. Skorzystaj z tej wspanialej okazji, by zadaÿ pytanie Kardynaÿowi. My question for Cardinal George is: OPPORTUNITY FOR CONVERSATION WITH OTHER PARISH LEADERS We will provide a few rooms for those who wish to come early between 7:15 to 8:00 a.m. to have a conversation with other parish leaders. Please enter your name below if you would like to participate. I would like to participate in a conversation with other parish leaders before the opening of Parish Leadership/Evangelization Day 2009: Name: Parish: Phone:
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