RE Congress


“Hold Firm … Trust!”


HNU Students at RE Congress, with Matt Maher

The annual Religious Education Congress held in Anaheim, CA, is ready to enrich and revitalize us once more. Sponsored by the Office of Religious Education at the Los Angeles Archdiocese, Congress draws in excess of 40,000 participants over the course of this internationally acclaimed four-day event, with more than 300 workshops to choose from, covering a vast range of topics and interests from spirituality and personal development to biblical studies, theology and liturgical music.

Over the weekend participants will enjoy morning praise, workshops, evening liturgies and a variety of prayer experiences with internationally renowned leaders in the areas of liturgical music and worship. Noontime and evening concerts offer additional opportunities for praise and worship – delightful experiences which engage and renew participants!

Check out pics and comments from last year’s participants:


We will leave HNU on Th., 3/17 , returning on Sun., 3/20.

Congress is held at the Anaheim Convention Center, located at 800 West Katella Ave. in
Anaheim, CA (just across from Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure). We will be taking vans.

Through the generosity of Sisters of the Holy Names, student leaders, whose applications have been accepted by Campus Ministry, will only be required to cover the cost of registration: $60 (nonrefundable; $70 after 2/4/2010); individual meals; and Disneyland (optional, discounts for Disneyland are available for Congress participants.) Some fundraising, required.

If your application is accepted, HNU will cover your other expenses (transportation, room and group meals). Do not register until your application has been accepted.

The Registration Guidebook contains all workshop and speaker descriptions, entertainment and liturgy options, and a listing of all public events during Congress:

Priority for this HNU Campus Ministry Leadership opportunity will be given to:

  • Students who are or will be actively involved in Campus Ministry
  • Students who have demonstrated a commitment to leadership and / or ministry on the HNU campus or in the community.
  • Undergraduates


· Wed., 1/19, dinner (Public Market)

· Sun, 1/23, after 7PM Mass (small Chapel)

· Th., 2/10, lunchtime (J.M. Long Lounge, Brennan Hall)

For more information contact:

  • Carrie Rehak, Director of Campus Ministry, in Founders C, ext. 1082
  •, 213-637-7348.
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