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Early Registration
Before Oct. 1

Early Registration $ 53
One Day
Early Registration $ 70
Two Days

Regular Registration
Oct. 1 – Nov. 18

Regular Registration $ 63
One Day
Regular Registration $ 80
Two Days

Late Registration
After Nov. 18

Late Registration $ 73
One Day
Late Registration $ 90
Two Days

Diocesan Executive Team Workshop Sign-Up

Diocesan Executive Team Workshop Registration information.

$125 Registration fees for all Thursday Pre-Conference Workshops includes lunch on Thursday and access to all Friday and Saturday sessions.

• From Crisis to Hope: Towards a New Culture of Leadership
• Emerging Best Practices for Responding to Abuse of Children and Vulnerable Adults
• Emerging Best Practices in Accountability and Leadership Co-responsibility

Speakers:
Kathleen McChesney
Tim O’Malley
Dominic Perri
Michael Brough
Together with a panel of local diocesan leaders. 

Preaching in the New Millennium Workshop for Clergy

Preaching in the New Millennium Workshop for Clergy

$125 Registration fees for all Thursday Pre-Conference Workshops includes lunch on Thursday and access to all Friday and Saturday sessions.

Speaker
Fr. Thomas Scirghi, SJ

Homilies in the context of Sunday Eucharist and Sacramental celebrations are privileged opportunities to evangelize and inspire all who are present. Fr. Scirghi will explore homiletic approaches and technique to more effectively preach to congregations of the new millennium.

Celebrating Women in the Scriptures Workshop for Wives of Deacons

Preaching in the New Millennium Workshop for Clergy

$125 Registration fees for all Thursday Pre-Conference Workshops includes lunch on Thursday and access to all Friday and Saturday sessions.

Speaker
Fr. Thomas Scirghi, SJ

Homilies in the context of Sunday Eucharist and Sacramental celebrations are privileged opportunities to evangelize and inspire all who are present. Fr. Scirghi will explore homiletic approaches and technique to more effectively preach to congregations of the new millennium.

Young Prophetic Voices Workshop

$125 Registration fees for all Thursday Pre-Conference Workshops includes lunch on Thursday and access to all Friday and Saturday sessions.

Going, Going, Gone: The Dynamics of Disaffiliation in Young Catholics … Now what?

Speaker
Fr. Thomas Scirghi, SJ

Homilies in the context of Sunday Eucharist and Sacramental celebrations are privileged opportunities to evangelize and inspire all who are present. Fr. Scirghi will explore homiletic approaches and technique to more effectively preach to congregations of the new millennium.

The Young Church Has Spoken, Let Us Listen 

Speaker
Brenda Noriega

In recent years, young people have participated in two major processes that have and will continue to shape the topic of youth and young adults: The V Encuentro and Christus Vivit. Let us heed their voices and find new ways of accompanying them.

Is Your Parish Growing Young? 

Speaker 
Leisa Anslinger

Ready to grow young as a parish? A research team at Fuller Youth Institute led a qualitative study of “growing young” faith communities. They identified six core commit­ment parishes can adopt to better involve and retain young people.

Christian Initiation Workshop

$125 Registration fees for all Thursday Pre-Conference Workshops includes lunch on Thursday and access to all Friday and Saturday sessions.

Speaker
Donna Steffen, SC,
Michael Ruzicki

The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults invites several moments of discernment as those contemplating a major step attempt to discover the direction to take. Beneath the liturgical celebrations of embracing Catholicism, catechumens and candidates, adults and children, wrestle with personal questions:

Is God truly calling me?
Am I called to join this community?
What in my attitude and behaviors is holy,
and what needs to change?
How am I being invited to let go
and open myself to God’s love?

In this workshop, participants will come to a better understanding of the process of discernment, how it is experienced, and how it facilitates conversion. Together, we will consider listening skills and learn more about the right questions to be asked at the right time. During the day, the presenters will give concrete suggestions for interviews during the four stages of the catechumenate, and offer a format for a discernment day before the Rite of Election.

Is Social Justice an ’Impossible Dream?’ Workshop

$125 Registration fees for all Thursday Pre-Conference Workshops includes lunch on Thursday and access to all Friday and Saturday sessions.

Is Social Justice an ‘Impossible Dream?’ Workshop

Speaker
Ann-Louise Nadeau, SNDdeN

If Catholic Social Teachings are based on the Gospel mandate to love, why are so many of our sisters and brothers on the margins and on the outside, excluded and ignored by the People of God? What would our Catholic community look like if we were faithful to the principles of Catholic Social Teaching? What concrete steps can you take in your parish, diocese, to more closely become the Beloved Community envisioned by Jesus? Using contemplative listening and dialogue, we will attempt to answer together the above questions.