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and encouraging them to serve

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CONGRESS HOST
His Eminence James Francis Cardinal Mcintyre
Archbishop of Los Angeles
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OFFICE STAFF
of the
CONFRATERNITY OF CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE
Archdiocese of Los Angeles
1520 West Ninth Street
Los Angeles, California 90015
Telephone 387 ~7367

Director
Right Reverend Monsignor John K. Clarke
Associate Director
Right Reverend Monsignor Michael Walsh
Assistant Director
Very Reverend Monsignor Leland J, Boyer
Sister Supervisors
Sister Mary John, S.H.F.
Sister Anthony, O.L.V.M.
Sister Mary Jane, S.H.F.
Sister Marita, S.S.S.
Sister Mary Anton, I.H.M.
Secretaries
Miss Penny Gilpin
Mrs. Peggy Giron
Mr. Louie Rudolph
Clerk
Mr. Reuben Dominguez
LOS ANGELES ARCHDIOCESAN
LAY EXECUTIVE BOARD

PRESIDENT ........................................................ Mr. Stephen Riordan

ASSOCIATE PRESIDENT ............................ Mrs. Nicolle Lipscomb

VICE PRESIDENT ................................................ Mrs. Mildred Itzel

SECRETARY ............................................................ Mrs. Violet Baden

CHAIRMAN OF SECONDARY PROGRAM .. Mr. Robert Mackey

CHAIRMAN OF ELEMENTARY PROGRAM .. Mrs. Bessie Keber

CHAIRMAN OF PARENT EDUCATOR PROGRAM


........................................................................ Mrs. Pamela Harrison

CHAIRMAN OF HELPERS ................................ Mrs. Vera Rosene

CHAIRMAN OF FISHERS .............................. ~~---- Mr. Robert Harte

CHAIRMAN OF ADULT EDUCATION .... Mr. Albert F. Nunke

CHAIRMAN OF PARISH LIBRARIES ........ Mrs. Maxine Hauber

CHAIRMAN OF ORGANIZATION .................... Mr. Bernard ltzel

CHAIRMAN OF EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN'S


PROGRAM .................................................. Mrs. Marjorie Miller

CHAIRMAN OF DETENTION HOME PROGRAM


............................................................................ Mr. James B. Caron

DISTRICT CHAIRMAN COORDINATOR .... Mrs. Juanita Meller

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CONGRESS ROSTBUM

CONGRESS DIRECTOR .................. Rt. Rev. Msgr. John K. Clarke


CONGRESS ASSOC. DIRECTOR.... Rt. Rev. Msgr. Michael Walsh
GENERAL CHAIRMAN .............. Very Rev. Msgr. Leland J. Boyer
COORDINATING CHAIRMAN ...................... Sister Marita, S.S.S.
CONGRESS SECRETARY .......................... Miss Patricia Mansmann
REGISTRATION .............. ,......................................... Mr. Bernard ltzel
INFORMATION .....,.............................................. Mrs. Juanita Meller
CONGRESS HDQTRS. RECEPTIONIST ........ Mrs. Mildred ltzel
EXHIBITS ...................................................... Mr. William Von Keuren

ROOM MODERATOR .................................. Mr. William Sassaman


USHERS ...................................................................... Mr. Otto Hansen
PAGES ............................................................ Sister Mary John, S.H.F.
DECORATIONS ............................................ Sister M. Anton, I.H.M.
MASS COMMENTATOR ........................................ Mr. Robert Harte
ORGANIST ........ ~ ....................................................... Mr. Fred Shaefer

HYMN LEADER .................................................... Mr. William Logan


ALTAR FURNISHINGS .................... Sister Marie Claudette, I.H.M.
PROGRAM ................................................................ Miss Penny Gilpin
CONGRESS INFORMATION

WELCOME TO THE 1968 LOS ANGELES ARCHDIOCESAN


CONFRATERNITY CQNGRESS! To make your participation both
enjoyable and beneficial, we have tried to anticipate most of the ques~
tions that may arise, and provide "the answers" in this program! Please
keep the program with you throughout the Congress for easy reference.

YOUR CONGRESS RIBBON:


In addition to this program and other items you have found in your
Congress Envelope, you will notice a. ribbon with name plate attached;
please wear this ribbon to all Congress sessions: it is your "ticket" to
all General Assemblies, and to all sessions you have chosen.

EXCEPTION:
Those who attend Special Workshops on the twelfth floor ....- Deaf,
Retarded, Parish Libraries and Detention Homes - will NOT have
ribbons, but name cards only.

PARKING:
All who live at the hotel 4uring the Congress will park free. All others
should have parking tickets validated at OUR C.C.D. registration desk,
thereby providing a discount for each day's parking. Self parking, 50
valet parking, $1.00.

IF YOU ARE STAYING AT THE HOTEL:


If you have not yet done so, we would ask you to check into your rooms
as soon as possible after arriving. Payment for hotel rooms must be
made at checking~out time. HoteJ will NOT bill any parish or individual.

TIME SCHEDULES:
Times of sessions and workshops have been "staggered" to help ease
th~ lunch problem!

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GENERAL ASSEMBLIES:
In addition to the session or workshop of your choice, you - and all
Congress participants - should attend the General Assemblies which
will all be held in the Hotel Baiiroom. Page 7 of this program gives de~
tailed information concerning speakers, etc. at each General Assembly.

MASS:
Community Mass will be celebrated in the Ballroom on both Saturday
and Sunday evening at 5:00 p.m. Communion will be distributed at
the Masses.

RESTAURANT FACILITIES:
Within the International Hotel. Congress participants will find two
excellent restaurants, the Hunt Room on the first floor, and the Pent~
house Restaurant. Both offer excellent and fast se1vice.
The Hotel also has an excellent Coffee Shop that serves full meals as
well as snacks.

FURTHER INFORMATION:
On the second floor of the hotel. you will find the CONGRESS IN-
FORMATION DESK. Questions and inquiries can be made at this
desk, and messages picked up or left.

CONGRESS SPEAKERS:
Congress speakers (only!) will find their headquarters in Room 348.
Here speakers will meet, check any special agenda for their workshops,
pick up messages, etc.

SPECIAL BEQUEST: Please do not smoke during any


sessions, workshops or general assemblies. Thank you!
FOR ALL CONGRESS PARTICIPANTS
GENERAL ASSEMBLIES
(GENERAL ASSEMBLIES AND COMMUNITY MASSES
WILL BE HELD IN THE BALLROOM.)

FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 2nd at 8:00 p.m.:

Presiding Right Reverend Monsignor John K. Clarke, Arch-


diocesan Director, Los Angeles Confraternity of
Christian Doctrine.
Chairman Mr. Stephen Riordan, Altadena, California; Arch-
diocesan President of Los Angeles C.C.D. Executive
Board.
Speaker Reverend James P. Gaffey, Ph.D .. Santa Rosa, Cali-
fornia; Director of Confraternity of Christian Doc-
trine and Superintendent of Schools, Diocese of
Santa Rosa; President of the Western Catholic
Educational Association.
"THE SPECIAL PEOPLE OF GOD IN LIGHT
OF VATICAN II".
SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3rd at 9:00a.m.:
Presiding His Eminence, James Francis Cardinal Mcintyre,
Archbishop of Los Angeles.
Chairman Mr. Robert Mackey, Orange, California; Archdioce-
san Chairman of C.C.D. Secondary Program.
Speaker Mr. Frank J. Sheed .. New York, New York; Author
of "Theology and Sanity", "A Map of Life". "Are
We Really Teaching Religion?" and others. Speaker
of the Westminster Catholic Evidence Guild for
over thirty years.
"THEOLOGY AND THE LAY PERSON".
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 3rd at 5:00 p.m.:
COMMUNITY MASS
Celebrant: Very Rev. Msgr. James B. Clyne Supt.
of Elem. Schools, Archdiocese of Los Angeles.
Homily: Rt. Rev. Msgr. Michael Walsh

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GENERAL ASSEMBLIES, Continued

SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 3rd at 8:00 p.m.:

Presiding Most R~verend John J. Ward, D.O., J.C.L.


Auxiliary Bishop, Archdiocese of Los Angeles.
Chairman Mr. Albert F. Nunke, Los Angeles, California; Arch-
diocesan Chairman C.C.D. Adult Education Program.
Speaker Reverend James Di Giacomo, S.J., Brooklyn, New
York Scripture Scholar; Chairman, Religion Depart-
ment at Brooklyn Preparatory; contributor to "The
Catechist".
"HELPING GOD BRIDGE THE GENERATION
GAP".

SUNDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 4th at 9:00 a.m.:


Presiding Very Reverend Monsignor Michael Walsh, Associ~
ate Director, Los Angeles Confraternity of Christian
Doctrine.
Chairman Mrs. Mildred Itzel, Pasadena, California; Archdio-
cesan Vice President of Los Angeles C.C.D. Execu~
tive Board.
Speaker Sister Paulina Mary, S.N.J.M., Ph.D., Oakland.
California; Chairman of Psychology Department.
College of the Holy Names, Oakland: Clinical Psy-
chologist for tlte State of California.
"THE CHALLENGE: CHRISTIAN EDUCA-
TION TODAY".

SUNDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 4th at 5:00 p.m.:

COMMUNITY MASS
Celebrant: Very Rev. Msgr .. Leland J. Boyer
Homily: Rt. Rev. Msgr. John K. Clarke
13 TEACHERS OF THE DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING
15 DETENTION HOMES
17 ELEMENTARY TEACHERS
21 FISHERS (HOME VJSITO.KS)

27 TEACHEHS OF THE RETARDED

29 PARENT EDUCATORS

31 PARISH LIBRARIES
"The laity must be specially formed to engage in conversation with others, believers
or non-believers, in order to manifest Christ's message for all men." ( Ch. 6, p, 28)

ADULT EDUCATION
ROSE ROOM
Chairman: Mr. Albert F. Nunke
Archdiocesan Chairman of C.C.D. Adult Education
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2nd
8 p.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd
9 a.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.
10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Morning Session
MOD ERATOR: Mr. Thomas Meyer, Placentia, Cali~
fornia: Chairman, Apostles of Good Will, St. Joseph
Parish.
SPEAKER: Mr. John F. Christopher, M.A., Ed.D.
( Cand.), Altadena, California; Associate Professor of
Philosophy, Pasadena City College.
"MODERN CHRISTIAN PHILOSOPHY"
12:30 p.m. to 2:30p.m.- Lunch
2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., Afternoon Session
MODERATOR : Mr. James S. Murphy, Redondo
Beach, California; C.C.D. Parish President, St. Law-
rence Martyr.
SPEAKER : Very Rev. Msgr. John V. Sheridan,S.T.D..
Malibu, California ; Pastor, Our Lady of Malibu. Editor
of QUESTION BOX in THE TIDINGS.
"FOUNDATIONS OF THEOLOGY
FOR MODERN CATECHETICS"
5 p.m. Community Mass in the Ballroom.
8 p.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.
11 ADULT EDUCATION

13 TEACHERS OF THE DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING


15 DETENTION HOMES
17 ELEMENTARY TEACHERS
21 FISHERS (HOME VISITOHS)

27 TEACHERS OF THE RETARDED

29 PARENT EDUCATORS

31 PARISH LIBRARIES
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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4th


9 a.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.
10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Morning Session
MODERATOR: Mr. Albert F. Nunke, Los Angeles,
California.
SPEAKER : Mr. Frank Sheed, Sheed and Ward Pub-
lishing Company, New York: Author : THEOLOGY
AND SANITY. ARE WE REALLY TEACHING
RELIGION?, COMMUNISM AND MAN, etc.
"THEOLQGICAF~~~~~~~~~ ~F THE ADULT"
12:30 p.m. to 2:30p.m. -Lunch
2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Afternoon Session
MODERATOR: Rt. Rev. Msgr. Michael O'Callag-
han, M.A., J.C.L.. Los Angeles, California: Pastor,
Transfiguration Parish; Archdiocesan Commission of
Ecumenism.
DISCUSSION: OPEN FORUM ON ADULT EDU~
CATION AND ECUMENISM.
Reverend William J. Barry, Pastor, Assumption Parish,
ClaremQnt, California.
Reverend Robert A. Donoghue, C.S.P . Pastor, Saint
Mark Parish, Santa Barbara; Chaplain of Newman
Organization, University of California at Santa Bar-
bara.
Reverend Joseph Hanly, C.S.P., Paulist Inquiry Center,
St. Paul the Apostle Parish, West Los Angeles.
Sister Christine Banta, S.S.S., Los Angeles City College
Newman Center.
Mr. Steve Hurley, Los Angeles, California; Secondary
Methods Instructor.
5 p.m. Community Mass in the Ballroom.
"The laity . . . have their own share in the mission of the whole people of God in
the Church and in the world," (Ch. 1, p. 5)

TEACHERS OF THE DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING


ROOM 1201
Chairman: Reverend F. P. Collins
Archdiocesan Director of Special Services for Handicapped
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2nd
8 p.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd
9 a.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.
11 a.m. to 1 p.m.. Morning S~ssion
SPEAKER: Miss Mary Ann Tarr, Los Angeles, Cali-
fornia; Supervisor of Religious Education for the Deaf
and Hard of Hearing, Archdiocese of Los Angeles;
Teacher of the Deaf, Mary Bennett School.
"UNDERSTANDING THE PROBLEMS OF THE
DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING CHILD"
SPEAKER: Miss Toni Takahashi, Los Angeles, Cali-
fornia; Archdiocesan Supervisor of Religious Educa-
tion for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing; Teacher
Training Instructor at John Tracy Clinic.
"HOW TO TEACH A DEAF CHILD"
1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. - Lunch
2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.. Afternoon Session
SPEAKER: Miss Mary Ann Tarr.
"TH E USE OF V ISUAL AIDS IN TEACHING"
SPEAKE R: Reverend Francis Meskill, M.A., Long
Beach, California; St. Anthony High School.
"THE MESSAGE FOR THE SPECIAL CHILD"
5 p.m. Community Mass in the Ballroom.
8 p.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.

13 TEACHERS OF THE DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING


15 DETENTION HOMES
17 ELEMENTARY TEACHERS
21 FISHERS (HOME VISITUHS)

25 HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS


27 TEACHERS OF THE RETARDED

29 PARENT EDUCATORS

31 PARISH LIBRARIES
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SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 4th

9 a.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.


11 a.m. to 1 p.m .. Morning Session
SPEAKER: Mrs. Paul Jamesson, Religion Teacher for
the Deaf and Hard of Hearing.
"A LAY TEACHER TEACHES
RELIGION TO THE DEAF"
SPEAKER: Miss Toni Takahashi.
"LESSON PLANNING FOR THE DEAF CHILD"
1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. - Lunch
2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m .. Afternoon Session
SPEAKER: Reverend Francis Meskill.
"DEVELOPMENT AND GROWTH
IN DOCTRINE"
SPEAKER: Reverend F. P. Collins.
DISCUSSION
5 p.m. Community Mass in the Ballroom.
"By the precept of charity, which is the Lord's greatest commandment, all the faithful
are impelled to promote the glory of God." (Ch. 1. p. 5)

DETENTION HOMES
ROOM 1232
Chairman: Mr. James B. Caron
Archdiocesan Chairman of Detention Home Program

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2nd


8 p.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd


9 a.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.
11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Morning Session
MODERATOR: Mr. Charles Landry, Long Beach,
California: Juvenile Hall Religious Education Instructor.
SPEAKER: Reverend Francis J. Parrish, S.J.. Azusa,
California: Archdiocesan Director of Apostleship of
Prayer.
"SPIRITUALITY OF THE DETENTION
HOME WORKER"
1 p.m. to 2:30p.m.- Lunch
2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., Afternoon Session
MODERATOR: Mr. Bill Gasner, Gardena, CaliforM
nia: Juvenile Hall Religious Education Instructor.
SPEAKER: Mr. Joseph Regan, Downey, California;
Counselor and Religious Education Instructor at Los
Padrinos Juvenile Hall.
"COUNSELING IN. THE CLASSROOM"
5 p.m. Community Mass in the Ballroom.
8 p.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.

15 DETENTION HOMES
17 ELEMENTARY TEACHERS
21 FISHERS (HOME VISITORS)

25 HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS


27 TEACHERS OF THE RETARDED
29 PARENT EDUCATORS

31 PARISH LIBRARIES
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SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 4th


9 a.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.
11 a.m. to 1 p.m Morning Session
MODERATOR: Mr. Mike Hawkins, Downey. Cali~
fornia; Juvenile Hall Religious Education Instructor.
SPEAKER: Mr. John H. Stevens, Lynwood, Califor~
nia: Mayor pro-tem, City of Lynwood: Parole Agent.
California Youth Authority.
"FACTS YOU SHOULD KNOW
ABOUT DRUGS AND NARCOTICS"
1 p.m. to 2:30p.m.- Lunch
2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m -.Afternoon Session
MODERATOR: Mr. Ed Bertels, Gardena, California;
Juvenile Hall Religious Education Instructor.
SPEAKER: Mr. Roy Wagner, Chatsworth, Califor~
nia; Case Worker, Rancho San Antonio.
"THE ADOLESCENT WITH WHOM WE DEAL"
5 p.m. Community Mass in the Ballroom.
"The Christian vocation by its very nature is also a vocation to the apostolate."
(Gh . 1. p. 4)

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS
BALLROOM
Chairman : Mrs. Bessie Keber
Archdiocesan Chairman of C.C.D. Elementary Program

FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2nd


8 p.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom,

SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 3rd ,


9 a.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.
10 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Morning Session
MODERATOR: Mr. Douglas McSweeney, Covina,
California; Archdiocesan Teacher Training Instructor.
SPEAKER: Sister Paulina Mary, S.N.J.M. , Ph.D.,
Oakland, California: Chairman of the Psychology
Department, College of the Holy Names.
"GROWTH AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT"
SPEAKER: Reverend Daniel Danielson, M.A., Ed. D.
( Cand.) , Alameda, California; Editorial writer for
THE CATHOLIC VOICE, Diocese of Oakland.
"CONTENT OF THE MESSAGE"

12:00 noon to 2:00p.m.- Lunch

17 ELEMENTARY TEACHERS
Zl FISHERS (HOME VISITORS)

25 HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS


27 TEACHEHS OF THE RETARDED

29 PARENT EDUCATORS

31 PARISH LIBRARIES
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2 p.m. to 4 p.m., Afternoon Session

MODERATOR: Mrs. Nina Cash, Temple City;


Teacher, St. Luke Elementary School of Religion.
SPEAKER: Mrs. Eileen Anderson, B.S., Marlboro,
Massachusetts: Co-author with Rev. Thomas Conway
of FORMING CATECHISTS.
"NEW APPROACH TO TEACHING RELIGION''
SPEAKER: Reverend Donald Casella, San Jose, Cali-
fornia; Contributor to THE LIVING LIGHT.
"THE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY
AND RELIGIOUS EDUCATION"
5 p.m. Community Mass in the Ballroom.
8 p.m. General Assemq~y in the Ballroom.

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4th

9 a.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.


10 a.m. to 12 noon, Morning Session
MODERATOR: Mrs. Virginia Rester, Rolling Hills
Estates, California; Archdiocesan District Chairman.
SPEAKER: Sister Mary Edna, O.L.V.M .. M.A .. Con-
fraternity of Christian Doctrine Diocesan Office, El
Paso, Texas.
"THE BIBLE AS THE HEART
OF CHRISTIAN FORMATION"
PANEL OF INTERFAITH GROUP
MODERATOR: Mrs. Robert L. Uhl. Long Beach,
California; Archdiocesan District Chairman.
PANELISTS:
Rabbi Juda Glasner. Chairman of Los Angeles Inter~
faith Committee for Released.-Time Religious Education.
"ORTHODOX JEWRY AND
THE R~T PROGRAM"
Mrs. Sidney Cotterell,' Director of Evangelical~Protes~
tant Christian Released~ Time Education.
"THE VALUE OF R~T TO
EVANGELICAL PROTESTANTISM"
Dr. Horace Mays, Acting Executive Director of the Los
Angeles Council of Churches.
"THE ECUMENICAL DIMENSIONS OF R~T"
Mrs. Lawrence Heffernan, C.C.D. President, St. Finbar
Parish, Burbank, California.
"PAROCHIAL R~T CAN BE A SUCCESS"
Reverend Donald Lindblom, Executive Director of Long
Beach Council of Churches.
"A WEEKDAY CHRISTIAN EDUCATION
IN A PLURALISTIC SOCIETY"

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21 FISHERS (HOME VISITORS)

25 HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS


27 TEACHEHS OF THE RETARDED

29 PARENT EDUCATORS

31 PARISH LIBRARIES
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12 noon to 2 p.m.- Lunch


2 p.m. to 4 p.m .. Afternoon .Session
MODERATOR: Sister Maria Mercedes, H.H.S.,
Orange, California; Elementary Methods Instructor.
SPEAKER: Mrs. Doris Donnelly, M.A., Ph. D.
(Can d.), Hollywood, California; Prof. of Philosophy,
Immaculate Heart College.
"BIBLICAL THEMES IN CATECHESIS"
PANEL ON ORGANIZATION OF THE PARISH
C.C.D. ELEMENTARY PROGRAM, AND PROB-
LEMS
MODERATOR: Mrs. Bessie Keber, Temple City
PANELISTS: Sister Paulina Mary. S.N.J.M., Oakland
Reverend Daniel Danielson, Alameda
Mrs. Eileen Anderson, Massachusetts
Reverend Donald Casella, San Jose
Mrs. Doris Donnelly, Hollywood
5 p.m. Community Mass in the Ballroom.
"There are many persons who can hear the Gospel and recognize Christ onl.t; through
the laity , . ," (Ch. 3, p. 16)

HOME VISITORS (FISHERS)


REGENCY ROOM
Chairman: Mr. Robert Harte
Archdiocesan Chairman of C.C.D. Fisher Program

FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2nd


8 p.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd


9 a.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.
10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Morning Session
MOD ERA TOR: Sister Ellen, I.H.M., Teacher, Our
Lady of Lourdes Elementary School, Northridge; C. C. D.
Secondary Teacher.
SPEAKER: Mr. Robert Harte.
"INTRODUCTION AND ORGANIZATION"
SPEAKER: Reverend Carlo A. Weber, S.J., S.T.L.,
Ph.D .. Assistant Professor of Psychology and Director
of the S~udent Conference Center, Loyola University.
"PSYCHOLOGY OF THE HOME VISITOR"
12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. - Lunch
2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m Afternoon Session
MODERATOR: Mrs. Doris Harte, Northridge, Cali-
fornia; Chairman of Teachers, Our Lady of Lourdes,
Northridge.
SPEAKER: Reverend Lawrence Shelburne, Our Lady
of Lourde:; Parish, Northridge.
"PEOPLE TO PEOPLE CHRISTIANITY"
OPEN DIALOGUE BETWEEN HOME VISI-
TORS AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

21 FISHERS (HOME VISITORS)

27 TEACHERS OF THE RETARDED


29 PARE NT EDUCATORS

31 PARISH LIBRARIES
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5 p.m. Community Mass in the Ballroom.


8 p.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.

SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 4th


9 a.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.
10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m Morning Session
MODERATOR: Mrs. Pat King, Sun Valley, Califor-
nia: Chairman of Fishers, Holy Rosary Parish.
SPEAKER : Reverend James Di Giacomo, S.J., Brook-
!Jn, New Yark; Chairman, Religion Department at
Brooklyn Preparatory.
"PSYCHOLOGY O F THE ADOLESCENT"
A Cast of Thousands!
PROBLEM IDENTIFICAT IO N
, ....
12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. _:',Lunch
2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m Afternoon Session
MODERATOR: Mr. Tony Girard, Hermosa Beach,
California; Secondary Methods Instructor,
SPEAKERS: The Same Cast.
SOLUTION DEVELOPMENT
AND DISCUSSION
The Entire Class
IMPLEM.ENTATION AND COMMITMENT
5 p.m. Community Mass in the Ballroom.
27 TEACHEHS OF THE RETARDED

29 PARENT EDUCATORS

31 PARISH LIBRARIES
"The laity . . . are assigned to the apostolate by the Lord Himself." ( Ch. 1. p. 5)

HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS


GOLD ROOM
Chairman: Mr. Robert Mackey
Archdiocesan Chairman of C.C.D. Secondary Program
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2nd
8 p.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd
9 a.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.
10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Morning Session
MODERATOR: Mr. Peter Boron, Saugus, California;
Secondary Methods Instructor.
SPEAKER: Reverend James DiGiacomo, S. J., Brook~
lyn, New York; Chairman, Religion Department at
Brooklyn Preparatory.
"TEACHING RELIGION
TO THE MODERN TEEN~AGER"
12:30 p.m. to 2:30p.m.- Lunch
2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., Afternoon Session
MODERATOR: Mr. Verne Boyer, Altadena, Cali~
fornia: Secpndary Methods Instructor.
SPEAKER: Mr. William J. Donnelly, M.F.A., Holly~
wood, California; Writer, television and film reviews
for THE TIDINGS.
"THE USE OF FILMS, ART AND DRAMATICS
A.S COMMUNICATION IN TEACHING TO~
DAY"
SPEAKER : Mr. Thomas Rook, Los Angeles, Califor-
nia; Produ\!er. Director of motion pictures and tele-
vision commercials.
DEMONSTRATION OF FILM
DISCUSS{ON OF COMMUNICATIONS
5 p.m. Community Mass in the Ballroom.
8 p.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.

25 HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS


27 TEACHEHS OF THE RETARDED

29 PARENT EDUCATORS

31 PARISH LIBRARIES
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SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 4th


9 a.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.
10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Morning Session
MODERATOR: Mr. Timothy Brunet. Anaheim, Cal-
ifornia; Secondary Methods Instructor.
SPEAKER: Reverend Daniel Danielson, M.A .. Ed.D.
( Cand.), Alameda, California; Editorial writer for the
CATHOLIC VOICE, Diocese of Oakland.
"THE CONTENT OF THE MESSAGE"
SPEAKER : Mrs. Paula Menkin, B.A . Los Angeles,
California: Instructor: of Communication Skills in the
Classroom at UCLA.
"COVERING CONTENT
THRO UGH DISCUSSION "
12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.- Lunch
2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m Afternoon Session
MOD ERA TOR: Mr . .Raymond Arroyo, Jr., Wilming-
ton, California; Secondary Methods Instructor.
SPEAKER : Mrs. Paula Menkin.
"PROVING WE CAN DO IT"
PANEL DISCUSSION ON THE O RGANIZA-
TION OF THE C.C.D. HI GH SCHOOL AND
PROBLEMS
PANEL MODERATOR : Mr. Robert Mackey.
PANELISTS: Reverend Thomas King, St. Louise de.
Marillac Parish. Covina. Califomia
Sister Ignatia. O.L.V.M., Holy T rinity Parish, San
Pedro, California
Mrs. Maureen Murarik, St. Marianne de Paredes Par-
ish, Pico Rivera, California
Mr. John Riebennacht, St. Frances of Rome Parish,
Azusa, California
5 p.m. Community Mass in the Ballroom.
"The laity derive the right and duty to the apostolate from their union with Christ
the head." (Ch. l, p. 5)
TEACHERS OF THE RETARDED
ROOMS 1208 and 1209
Chairman: Mrs. J. E. Miller
Archdiocesl!n Chairman of the Exceptional Children Program
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2nd
8 p.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd


9 a.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.
11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Morning Session
MODERATORS: Mrs. J. E. Miller; Mrs. Lola Han~
Ion, Pacific Palisades, California; Methods Instructor,
Special Education. \.. _ '
SPEAKER: Sister S ere n a . S.C.L., Ph.D.. Santa
Monica, California: Clinical Psychologist, Director of
the Kennedy Child Clinic.
"LEARNING POTENTIALS
FOR THE RETARDED ..
SPEAKER: Reverend Anthony Leuer, Los Angeles,
California; St. Timothy Parish.
"DIMENSIONS OF THE FAITH"
1 p.m. to 2:30p.m.- Lunch
2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., Afternoon Session
SPEAKER: Mr. Bernard Klein, M.A., Sherman Oaks,
California; Religious Education Professor in Jewish
Synagogue: Special Education Teacher, Lowman
School, Serman Oaks.
"EDUCATION TECHNIQUES
FOR THE TEACHER"
SPEAKER: Miss Marie Moffett, Los Angeles, Cali~
fornia; Ascension Parish; Special Education Religion
Teacher.
DEMONSTRATION
5 p.m. Community Mass in t~e Ballroom.
8 p.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.

27 TEACHERS OF THE RETARDED


29 PARENT EDUCATORS

81 PARISH LIBRARIES
28

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4th


9 a.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.
11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Morning Session
MODERATORS: Mrs. Henryetta Kerrigan, Reseda.
California: Elementary Methods Instructor;
Mrs. Dolores De Silverio, Reseda, California; Special
Education Methods Instructor.
SPEAKER: Dr. Molly Gorelick, Ph.D., Director of
Exceptional Children's Foundation; Professor, UCLA.
"MODEL FOR A HEALTHY TEACHER"
SPEAKER: Reverend Paul Waldie, O.M.I., lnstruc,
tor. Alemany High School. Mission Hills, California.
"SALVATION HISTORY"
1 p.m. to 2:30p.m.- Lunch
2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m .. Afternoon Session
SPEAKER: Mrs. Elizabeth Fisher, Encino, California;
Special Education Religion Teacher, Our Lady of Grace
Parish. ",
MUSIC DEMONSTRATION
SPEAKER: Sister M. JoJm, S.H.F., Archdiocesan
Supervisor of Exceptional Children's Program; Teacher
and author.
SUMMARY AND DISCUSSION
5 p.m. Community Mass in the Ballroom.
"Christian husbands and wives ~re the first to communicate the faith to their
children and to educate them by word and example for the Christian and apostolic
life." (Ch. 3, p. 13)

PARENT EDUCATORS
PRESS ROOM
Chairman: Mrs. John M. Harrison
Archdiocesan Chairman of C.C.D. Parent Educators

FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2ncl


8 p.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom,

SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 3r4

9 a.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.


10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m Morning Session
MODERATOR: Mrs. Jessie Kimble, Whittier, Calf...
fornia; Archdiocesan District Chairman.
SPEAKER: Mr. Gerard A. Pottebaum, Dayton, Ohio:
Catechetics Editor for Geo. A. Pflaum, Publisher, Inc.,
Author of LITTLE PEOPLE'S PAPERBACKS.
"LITERATURE IN THE HOME"
12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. - Lunch
2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m . Afternoon .Session
MODERATOR: Mrs. Thomas Meyer, Placentia,
California: Archdiocesan District Chairman.
SPEAKERS: Mr. Stephen Riordan, Altadena, Califor. .
nia; President, Archdiocesan Executive Board.
Dr. and Mrs. Willis E. McNelly, Fullerton, California:
Christian Family Movement.
"PARENT DISCUSSION GROUPS"
5 p.m. Community Mass in the Ballroom.
8 p.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.

29 PARENT EDUCATORS

31 PARISH LIBRARIES
30

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4th


9 a.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.
10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Morning Session
MODERATOR: Mr..s. Robert Prince, Long Beach,
California: Parent Educator Chairman, Our Lady of
Refuge Parish. .
SPEAKER: Reverend William J. Barry, Pastor of Our
Lady of the Assumption, Claremont, California.
"HOME PREPARATION FOR
COMMUNION AND CONFESSION"
12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.- Lunch
2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., Afternoon Session
MODERATOR: Mrs. W. M. Cahill. San Gabriel,
California; Archdiocesan District Chairman.
SPEAKER: Miss Irene Mary Nau.iJhton, Stockton,
CaJifornia; Confraternity Supervisor, Diocese of Stock~
ton: Author of MAKE READY THE WAY OF
THE LORD.
"TRAINING IN CHRISTIAN EDUCATION
.._ IN THE HOME"
5 p.m. Community Mass in the Ballroom.
"There are innumerable opportunities open to the laity for the exercise of their apos-
tolate of evangelization and sanctification." (Ch. 2, p. 9)

PARISH LIBRARIES
ROOM 1219
Chairman: Mrs. Maxine Hauber
Archdiocesan Chairman of Parish Libraries

FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2nd


8 p.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.

SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 3rd


9 a.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.
11 a.m. to 1 p.m .. Morning Session
MODERATOR: Mrs. He 1 en Hawkette, Assistant
Librarian, St. Bruno Parish, Whittier, California.
SPEAKER: Reverend John Sammon, Pastor, Saint
Cecilia Parish, Tustin, California.
"THE PARISH LIBRARY
GOES TO MAIN STREET"
SPEAKER: Mr. Donald E. Rinaldi, City Councilman,
City of Covina, California.
"YOUR LIBRARY CAN HELP
THE COMMUNITY"
1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. - Lunch
2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m .. Afternoon Session
MODERATOR: Mrs. Bonnie Sullivan, Hermosa
Beach, California; Co~Chairman, Archdiocesan Parish
Libraries Committee.
SPEAKER: Mr. John Grace, Sales Manager, Paulist
Press.
"TIPS ON 'SELLING' YOUR PARISH LIBRARY"
SPEAKER: Mrs. Catherine Angerman, Parish Librar~
ian, St. Paschal Baylon Parish, Thousand Oaks, Calif.
"ST. PASCHAL BAYLON PARISH
LIBRARY PROGRESSES"
SPEAKER: Mr. Orestes Serrano, Student, Loyola
University. .
"A UNIVERSITY STUDENT AND
HIS PARISH LIBRARY"
5 p.m. Community Mass in the Ballroom.
8 p.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.

31 PARISH LIBRARIES
32

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4\h

9:00 a.m. General Assembly in the Ballroom.


10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m Morning Session
THIS SESSION WILL BE HELD IN THE ROSE
ROOM. IN CONJUCTION WITH ADULT EDU~
CATION GROUt>.
MODERATOR: Mr. Albert F. Nunke, Los Angeles,
California; Archdiocesan Chairman of Adult Education.
SPEAKER: Mr. Frctnk J. Sheed, Sheed and Ward
Publishing Company, New York City N~w York.
"THEOLOGICAL READING
IN FORMATION OF THE ADULT"
12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. - Lunch
2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., Afternoon Session
(Return to Room 1219)
MODERATOR : Mrs. Helen Taylor, Librarian, St.
James Information Center, Redondo Beach, California .
ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
5 p.m. ...
Community Mass in the Ballroom.
HOLY SPIRIT, LORD OF LIGHT
Tr. Rev. E. Caswall Samuel Webbe

-~bb J J J J I J. t.P J
1. Ho - ly Spir - it, Lord of Light,
2. Thou, of all
im- mor -
con
tal,
- sol - ers best,
Light di-vine,
3. Light
4. Heal our wounds, our strength re-new;

~~b b J J J r - IF J r I
1. From thy clear ce les - tial height,
2, Thou the souls most wel-come Guest,
3. Vis - it Thou these hearts of Thine,
4. On our dry - ness pour Thy dew;

J I J.
t&
1.
F r
pure beam-ing
Thy
:J
ra - diance
J Jt4
give.
2, Dost re - fresh - ing peace be- stow.
3. And our in - most be - ing fill.
4. Wash the stains of guilt a- way.

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1. Come, Thou Fa-ther of the poor;
2. Thou in toil art com - fort sweet;
3. If Thou take Thy grace a way, -
4. Bend the stub- born heart and will;

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1. Come, with treas-ures which en-dure;
2. Plea-sant cool -ness in the heat;
3. Noth-ing pure in man will stay;
4. Melt the fro - zen, warm the chill;

~l>b & J ~ :J J IJ J J?ll


1. Come, Thou Light of all that live.
2. So - lace in the midst of woe.
3. All his good is turned to ill.
4. Guide the steps that go a - stray,
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36

GOD FATHER PRAISE AND GLORY


Tr. Rothensteiner, 1936 Mainz Melody

1. God Fa - ther, praise and glo - ry Thy


2. And Thou, Lord Co - e - ter - nal, God's

J'
3. 0 Ho . . ; ly Ghost, Cre - a - tor, Thou

~m&~ D J J J I d. J I J J J J I
r. chil-dren bring to Thee. Good will and peace to
2. sole be-got-ten Son; 0 Je-sus,King a-
3. Gift of God most high; Life, love and sa-cred

1C ~bb~ r !. J 1D J J J 1J. n
man - d Shall now for - ev - er be.
noint - ed, Who hast re-demp-tion won.
Unc - tion Our weak- ness Thou sup - ply.
Refrain "

IC~bbb r ~ F F It F r
0 most Ho - ly Trin -i - ty,

IF r J I
Un-di-vid-ed U - ni- ty; Ho-ly God,

I' 1h~ E r F I r E r E I J J J I
Might-y God, God im-mor-tal be a-dored.
Hymns at Preparation of Gifts:

0 KING OF MIGHT AND SPLENDOR

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Dam Gregory Murray, O.S.B.

1. 0 King
lr E J J IJ J J
2. Thy Bod-y -
might and
thou hast
J. Cr\lger, 1598-1662

splen-dor, Cre-
giv en, Thy

, .. J J J r IJ r lr r J JI
a - tor most a-dored, This sac - ri- fice we
Blood thou hast out-poured That sin might be for-

J J I J J :J r I J. J
ren-der To thee as sov'-reign Lord. May
giv-en, 0 Je-sus, lov - ing Lord. As

fit J J J IJ - J J
j
these our gifts be pleas ing Un-
now with - love most ten der Thy

fA J J J J I J. J IJ J J F I
,
to thy Maj - es - ty, Man-kind from sin re-
death we eel - e - brate, O.lr lives in self- sur-

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leas - ing Who have of-fend-ed thee.


ren -der To thee we con- se - crate.

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38
6. ALL THAT I AM
S, Temple
(Capo I)*

Moderate) y, in 2
E b(D) Bb7 (A7) Eb(D) Eb7 (D7)

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am, all that I do, All that I'll
dream, all that I pray, All that I'll
Eb(D) Bb7(A7) Eb (D)

IF J J J I . II
1. ev - er
2. ev - er
have,
make,
I
I
of
give
- ferto now
you
to
to
you.
day.
Bb7 (A7) Eb(D)

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Take and sane - ti - fy these gifts for your hon - or, Lord.
F7 (E7) Bb7(A7) Eb(D)

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Know-ing that I love and serve you Is e - nough re - ward.

Bb7(A7) Eb(D) Eb7 (D7)

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All that I am, all that I do, All that I'll
Eb(D) B~7(A7) Eb(D) I
IF J J J e
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ev - er ha.Ye I of - fer now to you.

Bb7(A7) Eb(D) Eb7(D 7)

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All that I dream, all that I pray, All that rn
Bb7(A7)

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f:\
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Eb(D) Bb7 (A7)
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Eb(D)

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ev- er make, give to you to day.
9. TAKE MY HANDS
S. Temple

~loderately
E A B7

c~~ J: J IJ J J J I A J
1. Take my hands and make them as your
2. Take my hands,

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they speak now for my
3. Take my hands, I give them to you,
E E7 A

J Ir J J J Ir J J J
1. own, And use them for your king- dom here on
2. heart, And by their ac- tions they will show their
3. Lord. Pre - pare them for the serv -ice of your
B7 F~m B7
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1,
Q
earth. Con - se -crate them
IF J
to your care, A -
J1

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3.

1. noint
love.
name.
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them
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for
Guard them
0 - pen
on
them

r
your
their

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to

IF
serv -
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ice
dai - ly
hu-man
course,
need And

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where _ _

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2. Be their strength and guid ing force To
3. by their love they'll sow your seed So
B7 E
J J J J IJ J 1 J a 41
1, You may need your gos - pel to be sown.
2,
3.
ev
all
- er
may
serve
know
the
the
Trin
love
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and
ty
hope
a
you
bove.
gave.
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Take my hands,-- take my hands,


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0 Lord.

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4. THE BLESSED SACRAMENT
S.Temple

Moderately, in 4
Verses
B7

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1. Come, let's share in the
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ban-quet of the Lord,
2. Come, let's share in the pas-sion of the Lord,
3. Come, let's share the as - cen- sion of the Lord,
4. Come, let's share in the life_ of the Lord,
5. Come, let's share in the ban-quet of the Lord,
E

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1. In the Bless-ed _ _ Sac - rament. Come, let's share_ in the
2. In the Bless-ed _ _ Sac-rament. Come, let's share the res-ur-
3. In the Bless-ed _ _ Sac-rament. Come, let's share- our_
4. In the Bless-ed _ _ Sac - rament. Come, let's share _ in the
5. In the Bless-ed _ _ Sac - rament. Come, let's share_ in the
B7 E
J) 6b
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1. sup- per of the Lord, the Bless-ed _ Sac-raIn - ment.
2. rec- tion of the Lord, m the mess-ed - - Sac- ra - ment.
3. un -ion with the Lord, In the Bless-ed - - Sac - ra - ment.
4. love_ of the Lord, m the Bless-ed __ Sac- ra - ment.
5. sup- per of the Lord, In the Bless-ed _ Sac - ra - ment.
Refrain
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r
Eat
r
the bread
[J
and __ drink the wine,
B7 E C#

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Flesh and blood of the Lord di-vine . Share his life, it is

F#m7 B7 E
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yours and mine, For we are one in his de - sign.
I AM THE BREAD OF LIFE Sr. M. Suzanne, SM

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1.
0
I am
cr
the bread of
Ia
life;
l~e
he who
0

comes to me
2. The bread that I will give is my flesh for the
3. Un- less you eat of the flesh of the
4.For my flesh is food in- deed, and my blood 1e
5. As the Liv- - ing Fa - ther sent me, and as I live be-
6. I am the re- sur- rec-tion, I
7. Yes Lord I be- lieve that you
I am the way and the truth; I

lo In
8 lu ()

1. shall not hun - ger, he who be - lieves in me shall not thirst.


2. life of the world and he who eats of this bread
3. Son ot man and drink of his blood
4. drink in - deed, he who eats of my flesh
5. cause ot the Fa- ther so he who eats me
6. am the life, he who be- lieves in me
7. are the Christ the Son ot God,
B. am the life, no one comes to the Fa-ther

J'
1.
2.
No one can come to me
I '"* I
un "
0 I
leila -the 'l
"'Fa ther I draw him.
He shall live tor- ever, he shall live tor~v~- er.
3. and drink ot his blood,you shall not hav~ life wit~in you.
4. and drinks of my blood, a- bides 1 in [rite.
5. shall live be- cause of me, shall live be- cause or,me.
6. Even if he die, he shall 1 live forlever.
7. Who have come in - to i the ~orld.
B. ex- capt he comes through me, ex- capt he I comes t~me.

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And I will raise him up, and I will raise him up,

itt l I ;pJ ~ I '?J ~ p I iJ J I II


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and I will raise him up on the last day.

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PRAISE AND THANKSGIVING
Now Thank We All Our God
Martin Rinkart, 1586 -1649
Tr. C. Winkworth, 1829-78, alt. Johann Criiger,l598-l662

4
l. Now
r r 1
thank we all our
r r IE'
God,
r
With
2. 0 may this boun-teous God, Through
3. All praise and thanks to God, The

f r
l.
J
heart and hands and voic -
J
es,
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Who won-drous
2. all our life be near us! With ev- er
3. Fa - ther now be giv - en, The Son and

4 r r
1. things hath done,
r r
In
1
whom his world re -
J r
2. joy - ful hearts And bless - ed peace to
3. Spir - it blessed Who reign m high - est

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Who from our moth-ers arms Hath
1. joic - es;
2. cheer us~ And keep us in his grace, And
3. heav- en~ E - ter- nal, Tri - une God, Whom

fd blessed us on our
r r
way
IF' I
With count-less
r r
guide us when per - plexed, And free us
earth and heav'n a - dare; For thus it

r r I r
of love, And still
J J I J. II
is ours to - day.
l. gifts
2. from all ills In this world and the next.
3. was, IS now, And shall be ev - er - more.
God's Blessing Sends Us Forth
A. H. Hoffman von Fallerslebens
J. Clifford Evers
Schlesische Volkslieder, 1842

fJ
l. God's
JJIJJJ IJJJJI
bless-ing sends us forth, Strengthened for our
2. God's news in spo-ken word Joy- ful - ly our
3. We by one liv-ing Bread As one bod-y
4. Grant in this age of space Tri- umph of your

~l.
J J J
task on earth,
I J rJ
Re - freshed in
IJ
soul,
u. . .U-
re
2. hearts have heard~ 0 may the seed of God's
3. have been fed, So we are one in true
4. truth and grace; Lord, you a - lone are un-

~1. newed
J J
m
Q
mind.
I J
May
J J
God with
...."
love now grow. May we in
3. broth er - hood; How gra.- cious
4. chang - ing Truth. Pre - serve and

4J J
1. us re-main,
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Through
J J IJ J J J I
us his spir- it reign That
Glad - ly serve oth- ers'needsThat
2. fruit-ful deeds
3. to be -hold All breth-ren of one fold Who
4. ev- er guide As your fair spotlessBride,Your

~ J J J J
l. Christ be known to all man
-eo
kind.
II
2. faith in ac - tion we may show.
3. ev - er seek each o~h - er's good.
4. an-cient Church in age - less youth.

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The Congress Committee gratefully acknowledges the following:

The instructOJS and speakers, for generously sharing their know~


ledge and enthusiasm.

Mater Dei High School, Santa Ana, for the pages who serve at the
Congress.

The Pacific Telephone Company, for contributing the services of


their personnel.

The Sperry and Hutchinson Company, for their participation in the


program.

Christine's Flowers, for floral decorations.

The District Chairmen, Archdiocese of Los Angeles, for serving as


hostesses at the Congress, and for their willing help in making
preparations for the Congress.

The Congress Chairmen and -their Committees, who arranged and


planned the activities of the Congress.

The many volunteers who assisted in the preparations, for their gra~
cious generosity.

All who have in any way given of their time, energy and talents
to make this Congress a S1Jccess.

VERY REV. MSGR. LELAND J. BOYER


General Chairman
"The most holy council earnestly entreats all
the laity to answer gladly. nobly, and promptly
the urgent invitation of Christ in this hour ancl
the impulse of the Holy Spirit.'' (Ex.-, p. 29)

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All quotations in this program are taken from


THE DECREE ON THE APOSTOLATE OF THE LAITY
Our Sunday Visitor, Huntington, lndi~ma 16750

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