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Fr. Daniel P. Horan and Other Liguori Authors Speak at 2018 LA Religious Education Congress

Liguori Publication

Fr. Daniel P. Horan, OFM, and many other accomplished Liguori authors lead workshops at the 62nd Los Angeles Religious Education Congress March 15-18. 

Over the course of four days, the Anaheim Convention Center hosts nearly 40,000 attendees and over 300 workshops covering a variety of topics.

Fr. Horan, author of Liguori’s most recent Daybreaks and Un Nuevo Comienzo, presides over a variety of events at the Congress: a workshop during Youth Day on Thursday, two workshops during the adult Congress, and Eucharistic Liturgy on Saturday evening.

“This year I'm delighted to be speaking at the Los Angeles Religious Education Congress in several venues,” said Fr. Horan.

“I look forward to meeting so many wonderful people who attend LAREC, and especially looking forward to meeting new readers of Liguori's Daybreaks series this year!”

His workshop at Youth Day (section C), he presents “Becoming a Living Prayer,” where he discusses prayer as a living tradition.

His first workshop, “The Foolishness of Christianity” Workshop 2-14 (Friday 1:00-2:30), explores the radical foolishness of Christianity.

“I pick up many of the themes that I reflected on in the Advent and Lent Daybreaks series — namely, that we too often take our faith and the Scripture for granted without realizing the awe-inspiring and challenging dimensions of what we profess to believe,” said Horan.

Rise Up: A Christian Spirituality Resistance,” Workshop 5-12 (Saturday 1:00-2:30), is geared at developing a response to the crises of our age rooted in our Catholic faith. It explores how to put faith first when Gospel values conflict with social norms, cultural expectations and political agendas.

Finally, his Eucharistic Liturgy, “Hope for the Young Adult Perspective” is on Saturday, March 17, at 5:15 pm in the Marriott Marquis Ballroom.

Other Liguori authors presenting workshops are:

Fr. Joe Kempf: Workshop 3-17 “Answer: A Sense of Humor. Question: Name One of the Top Five Things That Will Help You Rise” and Workshop 5-14 “You (Yes You) Were Made to Rise

Dr. Hosffman Ospino: Workshop 4-55 “Encuentro: Jesús, María y el pueblo Hispano” and Workshop 5-21 “Intercultural Approaches to Catechesis: Considerations and Strategies

Fr. James Martin: Workshop 5-18, “Building a Bridge: Bringing Together LGBT Catholics and the Church” and Workshop 8-01 “The Historical Jesus

John Allen Jr.: Workshop 5-02 “What’s Hot and What’s Not in the Global Church” and Workshop 7-01 “Persecution of Christians in the World Today

Lisa M Hendey: Workshop 6-12 “Rise and shine: Social Media and the Missionary Disciple” and Workshop 8-11 “Saints-in-the-Making: Storytelling for a New Generation of Evangelists

Fr. Michael White: Workshop 3-26 “Seven Steps to Implementing Change,” Workshop 6-04 “Presenting an Evangelizing Catechesis: What Would That Look Like?” and Workshop 8-25 “Finding Courage to Embrace the New Evangelization

Sr. Patricia McCormack, IHM: Workshop 3-20 “Catechists and Teachers-In Loco Jesu” and Workshop 6-12 “Be the ‘I’ in Evangelize

Dr. Richard Gaillardetz: Workshop 3-13 “By What Authority? On the Proper Use and Abuse of Doctrine” and Workshop 5-08 “Priesthood: Ministerial and Baptismal” 

Fr. Ronald Rolheiser: Workshop 1-01 “Rising Up to the Adult Challenge within the Gospels” and Workshop 6-21 “Dare to Disciple

Dan Horan at Los Angeles Religious Education Congress

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