Pre-conference events: Saturday-Sunday, May 5-6, 2012
Conference begins: Monday, May 7, 2012
Conference concludes: Thursday, May 10, 2012
Post-conference event: Thursday, May 10, 2012
EXHIBITS: Tuesday, May 8, 2012 – Wednesday, May 9, 2012
General Conference Information
Learning session options will be diverse to address the issues and meet the needs of our entire membership, especially the PCLs, DDREs, and Diocesan Staff. The choices will reflect our multi-cultural membership as well as reflect the distinctive generational profiles of our constituencies. There will be opportunities for theological teaching as well as practical methodologies. General knowledge sessions or in depth learning through both TED style and multiple sessions on one topic building from a strong foundation and branching outward are offered so that each of you can discern what best meets your needs.
A TED style keynote is a 17 minute, intense, in depth presentation by top people in their respective fields from a specific discipline and.or perspective with time afterward to reflect, integrate, and apply, sometimes with follow-up learning sessions as appropriate.
A complete list of conference presentations will be posted as the various speakers are confirmed, so check back on this website often. Monday Keynote: Embrace the People: Rev. Frank DeSiano, CSP Sponsored by Paulist Evangelization Ministries
Tuesday TED-style presentations: Embrace the Message: Martha Fernández-Sardina
Embrace the Faith: John Roberto
Embrace New Methods: Jonathan Sullivan (Diocese of Springfield Illinois)
Wednesday TED-style presentations: Embrace Grace in the Sacraments: Marcellino D’Ambrosio.
Embrace Grace in the Church: Ann Garrido
Embrace Grace in the World: Jack Jezreel
Thursday major presentation: Embrace and Live the Mission: ValLimar Jansen Sponsored by RCL Benziger
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