Call To Action @ Religious Education Congress

Written By Call To Action

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February 11, 2016

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More than 30,000 Catholics will gather February 25-28 for the 2016 Religious Education Congress.

Call To Action will have a dynamic presence at this year’s Religious Education Congress. Join us!  

Friday

Call To Action will be hosting a meet & greet on Friday, February 26 from 11:30am-12:30pm (lunch time slot) in the Exhibit Hall at the round tables in the rear of the space. Food vendors and lunch stations are nearby – grab some lunch and join us at the tables for conversation about creating a church of justice! We’ll have newsletters, stickers, and other fun items to give out.

Saturday

Call To Action Los Angeles & Roman Catholic Womenpriests are sponsoring a witness for women’s equality in the Catholic Church on Saturday, February 27 from 11:00am-1:00pm. Join us as we hit the sidewalks for equality!

Click here to download flyer

Sunday

Aaron Bianco, Call To Action’s Program Outreach Associate, will participate in a presentation and panel on LGBT Catholics in the Church during the 10:00am presentation slot. Feel free to join us for this excellent session!

Identity with Integrity: Journeys of LGBT Catholics

How can someone be Catholic and lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT)? Many of us try to repress our sexuality in order to be perfect Catholics. When that doesn’t work, we seek community outside the Church. We tend either to choose one and reject the other or to compartmentalize these parts of our lives. This does not work! We cannot truly be ourselves until we begin the journey to integrate faith and sexuality. In this workshop, a diverse panel of Catholics, educators, minorities and LGBT persons will share how we seek to live authentically as we journey to claim our whole identity with integrity.

Click here access Congress workshop sessions

Contact Us

If you have questions and/or want to connect with us while we are at the Religious Education Congress please contact Ryan Hoffmann, Director of Communications, by email at ryan@cta-usa.org.

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