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Event : CTA101


Session : CTA809
5.06 The Web of Life: Ministries at the Grassroots with Women Priests
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  • RC WomenPriests also offer a panel discussion. All beings are part of the web of life, connected, interdependent. At the grassroots, women priests and their communities celebrate the cyclical nature of life. With the dying/downsizing of the traditional church, something new is being born. Womenpriest panelists share, in word and visuals, liturgies that reflect the eco-spiritualities and justicemaking of their communities. Moderator is Victoria Rue (photo above), who presides at weekly Masses at San Jose State U. (Calif.) where she teaches. Panelists are Juanita Cordero, a nurse and co-pastor of a Eucharistic faith community in Los Gatos, Calif.; Eileen di Franco, pastor of a weekly Eucharistic community in the Philadelphia area; Judy Lee, social work professor whose congregation in Fort Myers, Fla., at “The Church in The Park,” is homeless and marginalized people of all cultures, the poorest of the poor; Kathy Redig, a certified chaplain in a hospital in Winona, Minn.; and Jane Via, a county prosecutor and now priest to Mary Magdalene Apostle, a 200+ congregation that celebrates Mass every Sunday in San Diego, Calif.


Session : CTA810
5.08 Gandhi and Jesus: The Saving Power of Nonviolence
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  • Terrence Rynne


Session : CTA811
5.09 The Vocation of the Beloved Community
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  • Bishop John Shelby Spong led the Episcopal Diocese of Newark for 24 years before retiring in 2000. A preeminent voice for progressive Christianity, he makes theology and an inclusive faith accessible to people both in and out of the Church. In session 1, The Vocation of the Beloved Community, he articulates the essential message of this faith. Is Christianity identified with a movement or an institution? Can the institution die without its substance dying? Spong recently lectured to large crowds in Europe, Asia and Australia. His books have sold over one million copies. They include Why Christianity Must Change or Die, A New Christianity for a New World, and Jesus for the Non-Religious (2007).


Session : CTA812
5.10 A Vision Big Enough for All
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  • Miriam Therese Winter (photo, p. 2) invites a vision for a peaceful planet big and bold enough to include the full extent of God’s creation, all creatures, great and small. Only then will the Spirit show us how to bring to birth what we envison before it fades away. Author of many books on spirituality, Winter has finished her latest, a book on quantum spirituality, due in 2009.


Session : CTA814
7.02 Organizing and Outreach in the 21st Century: Effective Use of Web Technology
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  • Mike Beckman and Matt Bigelow discuss how to use blogs, social networking sites, and other online tools to reach people as chapter leaders, Next Gen groups, or other ministry and non-profit settings. Hear how a blogger changed university presidents' minds about commencement speakers, and how high schoolers used Facebook to keep an ROTC recruiter out of their school. Beckman is a graduate of the Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley, and co-chair of CTA's NextGen Leadership Team. He loves connecting with people around the world on the internet. Bigelow has a Masters of New Media Journalism from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern U. He has experience podcasting and producing video and audio, and blogs for U.S. Catholic, whose associate editor, Bryan Cones, will co-present this workshop.


Session : CTA815
7.03 The Odyssey of Joseph the Dreamer
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  • Marek Bozek reflects on those who still dare to dream of a better, more Christlike Church. Joseph, son of Jacob, models how the Spirit prepares you for the time when you will be called to use your gifts to better the Church we love. Fr. Bozek, Polish born, is the pastor of St. Stanislaus Parish in St. Louis, excommunicated with the lay board in 2005 by the archbishop over control of parish property, and recently threatened with “laicization” for his support and participation in the ordination of two Roman Catholic Women Priests. The parish is of Polish heritage and today is proudly inclusive, welcoming all to Eucharist regardless of ethnicity, race, age, gender, marital status, or sexual orientation. Parish members have doubled in two years — living proof that the parish envisioned by Vatican II is possible!


Session : CTA816
7.04 Awakening to Ourselves and the Earth
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  • Nancy Barrett Chickerneo believes that "when we allow ourselves to be fully present in Nature, it will show us much about our authentic selves, the Earth and our Creator.” She is an art therapist and licensed counselor at Intermission Therapies in Geneva, Ill., a professional water-color artist, and director of SPA Sisters: Spirit, Place and Authentic Self. Her passion is helping people come to wholeness. She enjoys joining creativity and spirituality in her retreats and workshops, and has combined family, work and fun for 39 years as wife, mother, grandmother and friend.


Session : CTA817
7.13 Report from the Synod on the Word
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  • Christine Schenk csj, of FutureChurch reports on the Oct. 6-26 World Synod of Bishops on “The Word of God in the Life and Mission of the Church.” For two years, Schenk led a CTA-supported Women and the Word campaign asking the synod to “put women back in the biblical picture” by inviting women biblical experts, devoting pastoral attention to Jesus’ and St. Paul’s inclusive practice, expanding preaching opportunities for women and restoring women leaders to lectionary texts from which their witness was diminished and deleted. Campaign activists sponsored local Mary of Magdala prayer services highlighting the hidden women of the lectionary, sought personal meetings with U.S. synod delegates, and worked to bring to visibility Jesus’ faithful women followers during Holy Week. Schenk will report on the synod and campaign outcomes, including delivering thousands of petitions, meeting with international synod delegates and church reform activists, and accessing the media during the synod.


Session : CTA818
7.16 Embracing the Beloved Community at Worship
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  • Gloria Ulterino identifies the Beloved Community and the vision of liturgy proclaimed at Vatican II. In both, everyone matters. Everyone celebrates. Liturgy reform since the 1960s calls us to create the possibility of an experience of God for all. But now Vatican II liturgy is under attack, often from the Vatican. Time to awaken a sleeping giant, the “Christian Faithful.” Ulterino decided to get a theology degree (M. Div., 1997) out of her love of liturgy. She leads our discussion of what gives us life in worship, what threatens that life, and what practical ways we can assure its survival.


Session : CTA819
8.06 Pastoral Ministry with LGBT Catholics: What We Really Need Marianne
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  • Jeff Stone



     


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