Archdiocese of Chicago

Dia de Liderazgo Pastoral 2014

Parish Leadership day 2014 

You do not need to select the workshops in which you are interested in during registration. Bring in mind your favorite workshops, on the day of the event, and go directly to those workshops in the afternoon.

 

 

GRACE BEFORE MEALS - FAMILIES FOSTERING FAITH, PRAYER AND SERVICE – Fr. Leo Patalinghug


Families are always on the go, leading a "fast‑food" lifestyle. But Fr. Leo can demonstrate just how important spending time with one another is to fostering faith, prayer and service. The simple act of eating a regular family meal can have incredible positive effects on family dynamics. With insights on the spiritual component of food, as well as impressive data on this subject, Fr. Leo Patalinghug is able to make important connections on food, faith, family and fun in this unique and dynamic presentation. What may look and sound like a “cooking show” is actually an opportunity to grow in Body, Mind and Soul!
Fr. Leo Patalinghug is a parish priest of the Archdiocese of Baltimore, and the host and founder of Grace Before Meals, an apostolate to strengthen families and communities around the dinner table.  He is also an internationally renowned conference speaker, author, TV host of “Savoring Our Faith” on EWTN, radio co-host of “Entertaining Truth” on Sirius XM and contributes restaurant reviews to Baltimore’s The Catholic Review. His unique background as martial artist and break dancer helps him to connect with people of all ages and backgrounds, appearing on PBS, ABC, CBS and The Food Network, where he defeated a world famous chef in the, "Throw Down! with Bobby Flay” With food, faith and fun, Fr. Leo hopes to bring people closer together- one meal at a time! 

  SPANISH KEYNOTE - Rev. James G. Gartland, S.J.
La importancia de la familia. Como la educación de valores y fe en la familia puede fortalecer a la Iglesia de Cristo par ser testimonio de fe, oración, y servicio.
Después de obtener una maestría en filosofía y educación religiosa en la Universidad de Loyola en Chicago y enseñar teología durante tres años en la Academia Loyola en Wilmette, Illinois, El Padre James G. Gartland, SJ, entró en la Compañía de Jesús en 1983 y fue ordenado sacerdote en 1993. Él es el rector de la comunidad Jesuita Beato Peter Faber en el Colegio de  Boston. Ha sido profesor en el Perú, se desempeñó como párroco de San Procopio, una parroquia de inmigrantes mexicanos en Chicago, y se desempeñó como presidente de la Secundaria Jesuita Cristo Rey en Chicago desde 2004 hasta 2012. Fue elegido miembro del Consejo Directivo de la Universidad de Marquette en 2006.

  DISCIPLES AND MISSIONARIES: THE CHALLENGES OF THE CHURCH IN AN ALWAYS CHANGING WORLD - INTUITIONS FROM APARECIDA - Rev. Guillermo Campuzano
Aparecida - the 5th conference of bishops from Latin America - has been mentioned in numerous times by Pope Francis as a universal document that can enlighten the ways of the Church in this always changing world. In the final document of Aparecida we can find inspiration, and great insights for what is expected for a vibrant Church in which we all are disciples and missionaries of Jesus Christ so that our people can have abundant life (John 10:10) We will pay special attention to the role of families in the evangelization process.
Fr. Campuzano is currently the Priest Chaplain and professor at DePaul University. He is member of the pastoral and theological advisory committee for the Latino American conference of religious woman and me - ETAP-. He is also the national Adviser of the board of directors of Latino Young Adult Ministry. He is well known for his role in formation of priests, religious, and lay people in different countries.

  LOS RETOS Y BENDICIONES DE LAS REDES SOCIALES - Fr. Manny Dorantes
  Un dialogo franco sobre los retos y bendiciones sobre el uso de las redes sociales como Facebook y Twitter para la familia. Descubriremos como discernir, que criterios usar y como mejor utilizar estos nuevos métodos para compartir la Buena Nueva.
El Padre Manuel Dorantes es Director de Asuntos Públicos del Colegio Seminario San José en la Universidad de Loyola Chicago. Fue ordenado sacerdote para la Arquidiócesis de Chicago en 2010 y fue nombrado como pastor asociado de la iglesia de San Clemente. Asistió al  Seminario San José en la Universidad Loyola de Chicago con especialización en Filosofía y comunicaciones de radiodifusión. Mientras asistía al seminario universitario trabajó para la afiliada local de Telemundo en Chicago. En 2006, trabajó para el Noticiero Nacional de la cadena Univisión, Aquí y Ahora y programas Despierta América en Miami, Florida. Además, ayudó al Departamento de Promoción y Relaciones Públicas en la producción de Premios Juventud y Premios Lo Nuestro. Se desempeñó como consultor de Noticiero Nacional durante la visita del Papa Benedicto XVI a los EE.UU. en abril de 2008.

  POWER’D UP AND PLUGG’D IN: DISCOVERING THE POTENTIAL OF SOCIAL MEDIA FOR YOU AND YOUR PARISH - Clarissa Aljentera
Ever wonder how social media can help you and your parish? Learn how to navigate social media to become more effective in your parish and how to evangelize in new ways. Pick up some ideas on how to use social media to enliven your faith life as well.
Clarissa is the coordinator of adult faith formation and social media resources for the Office for Catechesis and Youth Ministry in the Archdiocese of Chicago. She is also the author of the Parish Guide to Social Media published with Twenty-Third Publications (2013). Clarissa earned her MA in Pastoral Ministry from Boston College School of Theology and Ministry and a B.S. in journalism from San Jose State University. She is actively involved at her parish St. James on Wabash as a lector and member of the liturgy committee.

 

WELCOME TO PARISH LEADERSHIP DAY 2014

FAMILIES FOSTERING FAITH, PRAYER AND SERVICE

  
            Since the introduction of the Archdiocese Strategic Pastoral Plan, Leadership Day has modeled its theme in support of the corresponding plan year.  The third year of the Archdiocese Strategic Pastoral Plan is focused on the Year of Strong Catholic Parents.  Leadership Day 2014 will include that theme and will expand it to incorporate not only traditional and non-traditional families, but also the parish family and other communities and persons that nurture faith across the generations. In keeping with this theme, workshops will be developed in the three areas of Faith, Prayer and Service.  A fourth category of workshops will cover traditional PPC Basics/Leadership Formation topics. We hope it will inspire all who participate to discover the many families in which they meet Christ, reflect on those who mentored them in faith, and develop enthusiasm for becoming mentors and parents themselves to a new generation of Catholics of all ages and all backgrounds. 

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February 22, 2014  7:45 AM to 5:15 PM

 

Thank you Relevant Radio for your support to Parish Leadership Day

 

For Questions please call Nancy Polacek at : 312-534-5316

or email her at: npolacek@archchicago.org

 

 

Si tiene alguna pregunta por favor llame a Betty Araya al 312-534-5296

o por correo electronico al: haraya@archchicago.org

This year there will 3 general sessions in English, 3 general sessions in Spanish during the morning, and 2 workshop sessions

(34 workshops each) in the afternoon.