[Newsbriefs] ACC Newsbriefs – March 31, 2017

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ACC Newsbriefs – March 31, 2017


Welcome to ACC Newsbriefs from the Archdiocesan Catholic Center (ACC) in Los Angeles. This weekly update (issued each Friday) brings news about the latest ministries, resources, events, workshops, etc. of the ACC departments and other entities. For more general information, please check the Archdiocesan website at:

http://www.la-archdiocese.org

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New This Week:


  1.       Center for Religion and Spirituality at Loyola Marymount University:  Calendar of Events


  2.       Academy of Catholic Thought and Imagination, and School of Film and Television, at Loyola Marymount University:  Outdoor Movie Night, “The Way,” Friday, April 21



Important Information and Continuing Events:


  3.       Office of Life, Justice, and Peace:  Leadership Training Throughout the Archdiocese, Tuesday, April 4, and Monday, April 24


  4.       Southern California Renewal Communities:  Spring Conference, “Led by the Spirit:  Where is the Spirit Leading?” Saturday, April 8, in Duarte


  5.       San Pedro Region Social Justice Committee:  Lenten Fast from Wasting Food


  6.       Diaconate Formation Office:  Information Meeting for Men Interested in the Permanent Diaconate, Sunday April 23, in Pasadena


  7.       Lay Mission-Helpers:  Discernment Weekend to be Held Friday, April 28, through Sunday, April 30, in Los Angeles


  8.       Stillpoint and Fr. Jim Clarke:  Workshop for Men on Men’s Spirituality, Sunday May 7, in Encino


  9.       New Evangelization Summit:  Webcast from Ottawa, Canada, Saturday, May 13, in Woodland Hills


10.       Native American Concerns:  “Understanding Wounded Hearts:  The Intergenerational Trauma of Indigenous People” Summit, Saturday, May 20, in Rosemead


11.       Marriage Encounter Weekend, Friday, June 2, through Sunday, June 4, in Glendale


12.       Greater South Bay Catholic Co-Educational Adult Softball League Seeks Players for its 2017 Season, through June


13.       Mary and Joseph Retreat Center in Rancho Palos Verdes:  Calendar of Events


14.       Sacred Heart Retreat House in Alhambra:  Calendar of Events


15.       Pauline Center for Media Studies in Culver City:  Calendar of Events


16.       Iconography Ministry at St. Kateri Tekakwitha Parish in Santa Clarita:  Annual Iconography Workshop, Monday, August 14, through Friday, August 18, in Mission Hills


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New This Week:


1.         Center for Religion and Spirituality at Loyola Marymount University:  Calendar of Events

The Center for Religion and Spirituality at Loyola Marymount University is sponsoring the following events:


Workshop: "God's Presence in Daily Life" with Sr. Edith Pendergast, R.S.C.

Saturday, April 8, 9am-12pm

LMU University Hall, 1 LMU Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90045

Living in a fast-paced world with all of its stresses, strains and responsibilities, we are at times fragmented and pried off center. The workshop will explore the invitation to live out our Christian vocation with integrity, freedom and a sense of wonder. Drawing upon the wisdom and vision of St. Ignatius of Loyola, this presentation will provide processes and prayer experiences to nourish the "inner soil" and learn to discern God's desire for us in the inevitable whirlwinds of our lives. $25 per person.

http://cal.lmu.edu/event/lmux170408



Free Course: "Written on our Hearts: Natural Law, Scripture, and the Will of God in Catholic Theology" with Dr. Matthew Petrusek

Wednesday, April 26, 7-9pm

Aquinas High School 2772 Sterling Ave, San Bernardino, CA 92404

What is the natural law, how does it relate to what we read in Scripture, and how can we live according to natural law principles in all the complexities of our lives? This class will explore the meaning and application of natural law in relation to St. Thomas Aquinas’s four-fold division of the law in Catholic theology: eternal, natural, human, and divine. We will also examine how natural-law thinking continues to be essential to Catholic moral theology and, especially, in identifying shared moral principles in religiously and culturally diverse societies. Free, RSVP required.

http://cal.lmu.edu/event/lmux170426



Workshop: "The Call to Healing" with Dr. James Finley

Saturday, April 29, 9am-3:30pm

LMU University Hall, 1 LMU Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90045

A one-day retreat devoted to exploring passages in the writings of the Christian mystics that help us to be healed from the suffering that flows in our estrangement from God’s presence in our lives. We will pay close attention to passages in which the mystics help us to pray, meditate and live in ways that opens and then heals the sweet wound of unconsummated longings for God that incarnate and echo with God’s infinite longings for us. The day will include short periods of shared silent meditation and prayer and an opportunity to discuss the themes presented. $65 per person.

http://cal.lmu.edu/event/lmux170429



2.         Academy of Catholic Thought and Imagination, and School of Film and Television, at Loyola Marymount University:  Outdoor Movie Night, “The Way,” Friday, April 21

All are invited to join the Academy of Catholic Thought and Imagination and the School of Film and Television at Loyola Marymount University for an evening of film and community.  On Friday, April 21, from 7:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., on the Lawton Plaza of the William H. Hannon Library, there will be a free showing of "The Way" (2010), directed by Emilio Estevez and starring Martin Sheen.  All are welcome, including children.  Blankets, chairs, and snacks are encouraged; free popcorn will be provided for the first 100 guests.  This event is free and open to the public; however, registration is required.  For more information, please access:

http://www.lmu.edu/acti

or e-mail:

acti at lmu.edu<mailto:acti at lmu.edu>




Important Information and Continuing Events:



3.         Office of Life, Justice, and Peace:  Leadership Training Throughout the Archdiocese, Tuesday, April 4, and Monday, April 24

All parish leaders including respect life and social justice teams, directors of religious education, catechists, Knights of Columbus, pastors, and school families are invited to Life, Justice, and Peace Regional Meetings.  People can discern the best strategy to serve their parishes and help their groups be more effective.  This training will be exclusively about Leadership:

·         Effective Leadership

·         Strategic Planning

·         Growing Your Membership

·         Working with Your Pastor and Parish Groups

·         Troubleshooting Common Concerns

·         We will also offer free resources for By Your Side LA, Care & Prepare, OneLife LA, Respect Life Week, and more.

For more information, please visit:

archla.org/life<http://archla.org/life>

Remaining sessions:

San Pedro Region - Tuesday, April 4th, 7-9pm
St. John of God Catholic Church
13819 Pioneer Blvd, Norwalk, CA 90650

San Fernando Region - Monday, April 24th 7-9pm
Mary Immaculate Catholic Church
10390 Remick Ave. Pacoima, CA 91331
Special Guest: Bishop Joseph Brennan

For questions or more information, please contact Ms. Molly Sheahan of the Office of Life, Justice, and Peace at (213) 637-7550 and at:

MCSheahan at la-archdiocese.org<mailto:MCSheahan at la-archdiocese.org>



4.         Southern California Renewal Communities:  Spring Conference, “Led by the Spirit:  Where is the Spirit Leading?” Saturday, April 8, in Duarte

Southern California Renewal Communities (SCRC) is sponsoring the following event:

SCRC Spring Conference, "Led by the Spirit: Where is the Spirit Leading?"  The Southern California Renewal Communities (SCRC) is holding its Spring Conference, "Led by the Spirit: Where is the Spirit Leading?" on Saturday, April 8, from 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at Santa Teresita (Madonna Hall), 819 Buena Vista St., Duarte, CA.  Topics and speakers include:  “Holiness: Cultivating the Fruit of the Spirit” - Fr. Bill Adams, CSsR; “Growing in the Gifts of the Holy Spirit” - Fr. Bill Delaney, SJ; “Praise As a Way of Life” - Dominic Berardino; and “Healing and Transformation (with Healing Prayer)” - Dr. Elizabeth Kim.  Saturday’s events will also include a Palm Sunday Vigil Procession and Mass with Fr. Charles Lueras, C.R.I.C.  For more information and registration, please access:

http://www.scrc.org|



5.         San Pedro Region Social Justice Committee:  Lenten Fast from Wasting Food

Tons of food and billions of dollars’ worth of food are wasted every year, while one in seven Americans faces food insecurity, along with almost a billion people globally.  Wasted food also wastes water, energy, labor, and croplands, while filling landfills with methane producing garbage.  This Lenten season, the San Pedro Region Social Justice Committee invites all people to focus on eliminating food waste by purchasing usable quantities and improving storage practices.  For more info on this national campaign, please access:

http://www.savethefood.com<http://savethefood.com>



People can also contact the San Pedro Region Social Justice Committee at:

socaljp at outlook.com<mailto:socaljp at outlook.com>

for more information on food insecurity, ways to get involved, and the opportunity to participate in Hunger for Change:  A Faithful Response to Food Insecurity,  a Just Faith Ministries resource exploring the realities of food insecurity in the United States and globally.



6.         Diaconate Formation Office:  Information Meeting for Men Interested in the Permanent Diaconate, Sunday April 23, in Pasadena



The Diaconate Formation Office will be hosting an information meeting for all men who are interested in finding out more about becoming a permanent deacon in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.  Members of the Archdiocesan Diaconate Formation Office will be present to explain the role of the deacon in the Church, to explain the Diaconate Formation Program, and to answer any questions that participants might have.  Men must be between the ages of 30 and 60 years to enter the formation program.  It is important for men who are married to attend with their wives. The next information meeting will be held on Sunday, April 23, from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., at St. Andrew Parish School, 42 Chestnut St. Pasadena, CA  91103.  For further information, please contact Mrs. Claudia Ortiz in the Diaconate Formation Office at (213) 637-7383 or at:

mailto: CAOrtiz at la-archdiocese.org<mailto:mailto:%20CAOrtiz at la-archdiocese.org>



7.         Lay Mission-Helpers:  Discernment Weekend to be Held Friday, April 28, through Sunday, April 30, in Los Angeles



Lay Mission-Helpers (LMH) will be hosting a Discernment Weekend from Friday, April 28, through Sunday, April 30, at their mission house in Los Angeles.  LMH has sent and supported lay Catholics—single people, married couples, and families—in international mission service since 1955.  For those who feel called to share their gifts and live their faith by serving as a lay missionary, please visit the LMH website and complete a preliminary application at:



http://www.LayMissionHelpers.org<http://www.laymissionhelpers.org/>



or call the LMH office at (213) 368-1870.


8.         Stillpoint and Fr. Jim Clarke:  Workshop for Men on Men’s Spirituality, Sunday May 7, in Encino

Stillpoint, a center for Christian Spirituality, is sponsoring a workshop for men by Fr. Jim Clarke, Ph.D., the Director of New Evangelization for the Archdiocese, and former Director of Spiritual Formation at St. John’s Seminary.  On Sunday, May 7, from 12:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., Fr. Jim will conduct “Men and the Father Wound:  Discovering a New Freedom.”  This workshop addresses incomplete relationships that men may have with their fathers, who play such a formative role in their sons’ lives.  The workshop will be held at Holy Spirit Retreat Center in Encino.  Cost is $30 per person.

For more information or to register, please access:

http://stillpointca.org/calendar-event/170205-clarke/



9.         New Evangelization Summit:  Webcast from Ottawa, Canada, Saturday, May 13, in Woodland Hills

The New Evangelization Summit equips, inspires, and connects Catholics for the mission of evangelization.  On the 100th Anniversary of Fatima, the New Evangelization Summit will hold a live session in Ottawa, Canada.  It will be webcast to host sites across North America, including to St. Bernardine of Siena Parish Hall in Woodland Hills.  This event will be on Saturday, May 13, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  There will be Mass in the church at 7:30 a.m., with check-in for the event starting at 8:00 a.m.  Featured speakers in Ottawa will include Fr. Michael White, Sr. Miriam Heidland, Bp. Robert Barron, Tom Corcoran, Patrick Sullivan, Michael Dopp, Meghann Baker, and Peter Herbeck,  Cost is $35 per person.  An optional lunch can be purchased for an additional $7.  For online registration, please access:

www.parishevangelizationleaders.org<http://www.parishevangelizationleaders.org>.



For further details, please contact the John Paul II Foundation for the New Evangelization at:

parishevangelizationleaders at gmail.com<mailto:parishevangelizationleaders at gmail.com>

or call (747) 224-1229.



10.       Native American Concerns:  “Understanding Wounded Hearts:  The Intergenerational Trauma of Indigenous People” Summit, Saturday, May 20, in Rosemead

The Native Concerns Ministry, along with the San Gabriel Pastoral Region and the Indigenous Language and Cultural Collective, is sponsoring a summit, “Understanding Wounded Hearts:  The Intergenerational Trauma of Indigenous People,” on Saturday, May 20, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., at Don Bosco Technical Institute in Rosemead.  The guest speaker will be J. Carlos Rivera, executive director at White Bison, Inc., and a member of the Sherwood Valley Band of Pomo Indians.  This summit is free and open to the public.  A complimentary light lunch will be provided.  After the summit, there will be a book signing with Julia Bogany, member of the Gabrieleno San Gabriel Band of Mission Indians, and author of Tongva Women Empowering the Future.  If planning to attend, please register by Sunday, May 14, with Sylvia Mendivil Salazar, Coordinator of Native Concerns Ministry, at (626) 755-9175 or at:

sylvia2018 at verizon.net<mailto:sylvia2018 at verizon.net>


11.       Marriage Encounter Weekend, Friday, June 2, through Sunday, June 4, in Glendale

There will be a Marriage Encounter Weekend from Friday evening, June 2, through Sunday afternoon, June 4, at Incarnation Parish in Glendale.  Incarnational Community Center is at 214 W. Fairview Ave., Glendale, CA  91202.  Registration fee of $50 per couple (for meals and resources) is required with the registration form.  Limited financial assistance is available.  People can either commute, or get a room at a nearby hotel.  The cost of the weekend does not include lodging.  For more information, please contact Ms. Maria Milagrosa (Guing) Ramos at (213) 637-7330 or email at:

MMRamos at la-archdiocese.org<mailto:MMRamos at la-archdiocese.org>



12.       Greater South Bay Catholic Co-Educational Adult Softball League Seeks Players for its 2017 Season, through June

The Greater South Bay Catholic Co-Educational Adult (ages 18+) Softball League is seeking players for its 2017 season.  Games are held in Torrance on Sunday afternoons through June.  Singles and couples are welcome; female players are especially needed.  For more information, please contact Mr. Fred Lawler at (310) 504-0271 or at:

fredlawler at hotmail.com<mailto:fredlawler at hotmail.com>



13.       Mary and Joseph Retreat Center in Rancho Palos Verdes:  Calendar of Events

Mary and Joseph Retreat Center in Rancho Palos Verdes is sponsoring the following events:



Receiving Abundant Grace                Rev. Jim Clarke, PhD, Director of Evangelization, LA Archdiocese

7:00pm Friday, May 5 to 1:30pm Sunday, May 7
God’s grace is present everywhere. How do we access this grace and apply it to our life? This retreat promises to re-energize you and invigorate your life as you learn to tap into God’s ever present love.

Cost: per person/shared $245 ($230 if paid in full by April 14);

single room $345 ($330 if paid in full by April 14)

Printable pdf flier with Tear-off

http://www.maryjoseph.org/pdfs/5-5%20Clarke%20tear%20web.pdf
Click here for online registration

https://e-giving.org/Registration_v2.5/ViewEvent.asp?evntid=32739

http://www.maryjoseph.org/Weekend%20Retreats.html

https://www.facebook.com/events/1377813465614774/



What’s A Mother To Do?                                           Anne Hansen, MA

Saturday, May 20, 9:00am to 3:00pm
We all “mother” in different ways. Some of us give birth or adopt while others act as mothers of many through teaching or caregiving and some of us do all of these over a lifetime. Bring your stories, dreams and hopes for the future to this day specifically for women. By talking, laughing, praying together we will explore what it means to be a woman who mothers.

Cost: $50 ($45 if paid in full by May 12) Lunch included.

Printable pdf flier with Tear-off

http://www.maryjoseph.org/pdfs/5-20%20Hansen%20Mom%20tear%20web.pdf
Click here for online registration

https://e-giving.org/Registration_v2.5/ViewEvent.asp?evntid=32741

Discovering the Landscape of Your Soul            Carol Quinlivan, CSJ
Saturday, June 3, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
The language of our soul engages metaphors, imagery, poetry and symbols to create a unique landscape which is ours alone. Giving voice to this wisdom within is possible when we take time to engage the imagination. Opportunities to discover the beauty of your own soul through prayer experiences, journaling, ritual and dreamwork are woven into the day. Come and be renewed, nourished and refreshed by your inner landscape. Lunch included. Cost: $55 ($50 if paid in full by May 26)

Printable pdf flier with Tear-off

http://www.maryjoseph.org/pdfs/6-3%20landscape%20tear%20web.pdf

Click here for online registration

https://e-giving.org/Registration_v2.5/ViewEvent.asp?evntid=32742



5-Day Women’s Retreat: In God’s Grace We Bloom On and On

Wendy Rappé, MA; Sue Ballotti; Julia Costello, DMJ; Erica Wall, MA
6:30pm Friday, July 14 to 1:30pm Wednesday, July 19
This is a retreat for women facilitated by women. There will be four core leaders serving this grace filled time of rest, growth, prayer, silence, fun, and beauty. Take this sacred pause to realize the blooming wonders in your life, through God’s Grace. Bring your sister or a friend, register together, share a room and each person will receive a 10% discount ($57.50). Only one discount per reservation.

Cost: per person/shared $575 ($545 if paid in full by June 23); single room $670 ($645 if paid in full by June 23)

Printable pdf flier with Tear-off

http://www.maryjoseph.org/pdfs/7-14%205%20Day%20Womens%20tear%20web.pdf

Click here for online registration

https://e-giving.org/Registration_v2.5/ViewEvent.asp?evntid=32743



8-Day Silent, Guided Directed Retreat

Finding our Way ‘To, With and In’ Christ

6:30pm Sunday, August 6 to 1:30pm Sunday, August 13, 2017

Coord. Wendy Rappé, MA   Directors: Jeanne Fallon, CSJ; *Teresa Groth, DMJ; Charles Jackson, SJ; *Eduardo Samaniego, SJ; Paulette Cerutti, MA; more to be announced

Finding our Way to, with and in Christ is the 2017 theme for our annual 8-Day Guided Directed Retreat. This traditional, silent retreat is based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius. It provides time for spiritual reflection, solitude and prayer, inviting retreatants to be attentive to the inner movements of the Holy Spirit. Prayer focuses on scripture and personal life experience.

The schedule includes a Scripture-based conference each morning, individual direction (a daily meeting with a retreat director), celebration of daily Eucharist, optional evening prayer activities and Reconciliation service.

*Individual direction available in English & Spanish. To register call Wendy Rappé at 310.377.4867 x252.

Cost: per person/shared $845 ($820 if paid in full before July 21) single room $950 ($925 if paid in full before July 21)



For more information about Mary and Joseph Retreat Center, please call (310) 377-4867 or access:

http://www.maryjoseph.org



14.       Sacred Heart Retreat House in Alhambra:  Calendar of Events

Sacred Heart Retreat House in Alhambra is sponsoring the following events:

Spanish Day of Recollection with Fr. Agustin de la Vega.  Dia de Recogimiento (para hombres y mujeres).  Fecha: Miercoles, 12 de Abril.  Tiempo: 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM.  Donde: Sacred Heart Retreat House / 920 E Alhambra Road, Alhambra, CA 91801.  Costo: $65.00 (incluye desayuno y almuerzo).  Descripcion: El dia incluye: Conferencias, Adoracion del Santisimo, Confesion, Via Crucias, Tiempo de Frelexion y Oracion, Santa Misa.  Para Mas Informacion o Para Inscribirse: (626) 289-1353 ext. 203.



Men’s Conference: “Why Be Catholic?” with Fr. Brian Mullady, O.P. and Patrick Madrid.  Date: Wednesday, May 27, Time: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Where: St. Joseph Campus / 507 N. Granada Ave, Alhambra, CA 91801.  Cost: $60.00 (includes continental breakfast and lunch).

Description: Join Father Brian Mullady, O. P., and Immaculate Heart Radio host, Patrick Madrid, as they team to provide key biblical and historical reasons for being Catholic. Discussions will include common reasons why Catholics leave the Church, why they return, and what lay Catholics can do to help people better understand the teachings of the Catholic Church. Your day will include: dynamic talks, the Sacrament of Reconciliation, Holy Mass, and time for personal prayer and reflection.  For Information & Reservation: Please contact us at (626) 289-1353 ext. 203.



Mother/Teen Daughter Retreat: “Eagerly Pursuing Holiness” with Fr. Ben Cameron, C.P.M.  Date: Sunday June 18, through Wednesday, June 21.  Time: Sunday, 3:00 PM – Wednesday, 1:00 PM.  Where: Sacred Heart Retreat House / 920 E Alhambra Road, Alhambra, CA 91801.  Cost: $250.00 (per person).  Description: Building a strong mother-daughter relationship is important and what better way to do it than spending quality time together?  Your retreat will include: fun, fellowship, and faith formation; inspiring conferences on our Catholic faith; confession, adoration, and Holy Mass; mother-daughter quality time; time to work, play, and pray with the Carmelite Sisters; sharing with other families and building lasting relationships. Open to moms and their teen daughter(s) (ages 13-18).  For Information and Reservation: Please contact us at (626) 289-1353 ext. 203.



15.       Pauline Center for Media Studies in Culver City:  Calendar of Events

The Pauline Center for Media Studies in Culver City (3908 Sepulveda Blvd.) is sponsoring the following events:

“Movie Bible Nights.”  Every second Saturday of the month at 6:30 p.m.  Admission is free.  For more information, please access:

http://www.bemediamindful.org

or contact:

pcms at paulinemedia.com<mailto:pcms at paulinemedia.com>

“Chasing the Sacred:  Classic Cinema Series.”  Every third Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m., all are invited to watch a classic movie, followed by panels or guided discussions with theologians, filmmakers, and educators in order to discover the sacred that is present in the midst of humanity’s most profound desires and questions.  Refreshments will be provided.  Donation:  $10.  For more information, please access:

http://www.bemediamindful.org

or contact:

pcms at paulinemedia.com<mailto:pcms at paulinemedia.com>



16.       Iconography Ministry at St. Kateri Tekakwitha Parish in Santa Clarita:  Annual Iconography Workshop, Monday, August 14, through Friday, August 18, in Mission Hills

The San Fernando Pastoral Region Center in Mission Hills is hosting the seventh annual Iconography Workshop from Monday, August 14, through Friday, August 18, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. each day.  Under the leadership of master iconographer Nicholas Markell, students will write an icon of St. Junipero Serra, the recently-canonized founder of the first nine California missions and “Apostle of California.”  Classes will provide students with a creative and hands-on experience in a reflective and communal atmosphere of studio time, prayer, and instruction.  Master iconographer Markell teaches Eastern iconography from a Western Catholic perspective in an approach that explores the ancient art technique, the spiritual symbolism of the icon writing process, the history and theological significance of the icon, the living tradition of iconography, and the vocation of the iconographer.  Guidance is given in all phases of the icon writing process, including preparation of the icon board, transfer and etching of the icon image, application of clay bole and gold leaf, writing the image in stages using egg tempera and dry pigments, and fixing the image with oil.  Cost of the workshop is $550 and includes all materials, instruction, lunches, and tours of the San Fernando Mission and the Archival Center.  Proceeds support iconography ministry and renewal in the life of the Church.  Reservations are now being accepted with a $150 materials fee.  For more information or reservations, please contact Mr. Kevin Kipper at (661) 645-1431 or at:

iconic at socal.rr.com<mailto:iconic at socal.rr.com>



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