Archive for April, 2009

Pauline Books & Media at the NCEA Booth # 634 in Anaheim, 4/14-4/16

April 12, 2009
Pauline Books & Media Booth # 634 at the NCEA this week

Pauline Books & Media Booth # 634 at the NCEA this week

If you will be attending the National Catholic Education Association conference this week at the convention center in Anaheim, first visit the booth of the Daughters of St. Paul/Pauline Books & Media (booth #634) where Sr. Rose Pacatte, FSP will be signing books as will Sr. Armanda Santos who has a beautiful new book out on St. Paul and Art:

Sr. Armanda Santos, FSP will be signing copies of her new book: Facing the Apostle: Pauls' Image in Art, at booth # 634
Sr. Armanda Santos, FSP will be signing copies of her new book: Facing the Apostle: Pauls’ Image in Art, at booth # 634

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Visit our booth #634 for all the new editions from Pauline Books & Media and information about

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our new Catholic Book Fair + Media Literacy program!

Sr. Rose Pacatte, FSP will be at our booth #634 on Wednesday and Thursday mornings, 9:00am-12:30pm to sign her books, including

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You may also want to attend one of Sister Rose Pacatte’s workshops:

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Cinema Divina: shared Praxis and Prayer – Room 304 1:30pm

Navigating Our Media World (with Sr. Gretchen Hailer, RSHM) – Room 304 3:15-4:30

Wednesday, April 15

Character Education and Media Mindfulness (check time and location)

Thursday, April 16

CATHOLIC LIBRARY ASSOCIATION  (Hyatt Regency Orange County)

 

Looking at Dark Materials through the Light

Leaders in the faith community are frequently challenged to critique and judge all kinds of media because we live in a mediated world. We are asked to make informed, pastoral judgments about media that the faithful then challenge. What’s a librarian or teacher to do when the only constant thing about any media is that they are inconsistent — or are perceived to be? This presentation will consider guidelines and criteria for navigating the media products of our culture in ways that are consistent with principles of Catholic education and pastoral practice. A handout will be provided and clips will be integrated into the seminar.

(See www.sisterrose.wordpress.com for links to resource materials)

Sponsored by: High School/ Young Adult Library Services Section

Theology of the Body Resources

April 1, 2009

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Are you…

  • looking for more in a relationship?
  • wondering about the meaning of life?
  • passionate…yet sometimes unfulfilled?

Have you…

  • struggled with sexuality?
  • questioned the reasons for the Church’s sexual teaching?
  • felt confused about authentic sexual identity?

Do you…

  • like clear, straightforward explanations?
  • enjoy a conversational, engaging read?
  • want the basic of basics?

Are you…

  • too busy to wade through the Theology of the Body text?
  • put off by JP II’s philosophical style?
  • convinced that even “introductions” are too complex?

If any of these questions resonate with you, then Theology of the Body Made Simple is the place to begin!

Click her for More resources on Theology of the Body